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[[Category:Corolla_E110]]The Orioles’ minor league system was supposed to be the secret to their postseason success.
When it became clear that the Yankees would have to trade for Betances to fill their bullpen hole, the Orioles went into a semi-panic. They needed to change their rotation so that their best five starting pitchers were three lefties and two righties — if an even split couldn’t be reached, Brad Bergesen would make his second consecutive start in Game 3.
Of course, the Orioles didn’t go that way. Why would they? They had their Cy Young-caliber right-hander, Chris Tillman, as their clear No. 1 starter. And instead of being forced to trade their third-best starter, Ubaldo Jimenez, they traded him to Colorado for promising prospect Jose Presley and reliever Oliver Drake.
By acquiring Jimenez, they were able to lock up their rotation, and begin to take a look at potential long-term deals for Nelson Cruz and now Manny Machado, who are due to become free agents after the 2015 season.
While the Cy Young winner, while being an important factor in a pennant race, isn’t the only important ingredient in reaching the World Series.
How the Orioles built a deep bullpen
By having three lefties in their pen, the Orioles’ pitchers entered the series with a 14.57 bullpen ERA in 15 postseason appearances this year — just a hair worse than their regular-season mark of 14.56.
“We had three lefties in our bullpen,” said manager Buck Showalter. “Those are the breaks.”
Since every inning in October matters, the extra left-handers made a big difference. In fact, they were important in three of the five games in the series — two in Game 4 and one in Game 5 — when the Orioles clinched the AL East on Sunday.
In Game 4, the O’s were clinging to a 4-1 lead entering the bottom of the eighth inning with two outs and a lefty on the mound. But one run on three hits, one hit batter and a walk by Steve Pearce allowed the Yankees to take