I usually try not to feed the trolls, but in this case, I'll make an exception. I've seen more than a couple commenters recently criticize Camden Depot writers for not falling over themselves to compliment the Orioles for the Andrew Miller trade. Basically, the insinuation from some is that we are not Orioles fans and are too negative.
We certainly do not always have positive things to say about things the O's do, but that doesn't mean everything we write is negative. That just isn't the case. We provide fair and critical analyses of the Orioles. Sometimes we're right; sometimes we're wrong.
Here are some Depot articles from the past month that could be classified as "positive." And it should be noted that most of the articles weren't really positive or negative; they were just posts about the Orioles.
Revisiting Adam Jones's Extension
Examining Steve Pearce's Fantastic, Unexpected First Half
Duquette's Trades in 20/20 (2012 Season)
Expanded Roster: In Defense of Ryan Flaherty
Expanded Roster: Zach Britton, Closer?
You could also include many of the trade suggestion pieces that ran in July, since most of them called for the Orioles to make moves to strengthen themselves to ensure that they would win the AL East. If you disagreed with a trade idea, that's fine, but that doesn't make it negative.
Right now, the Orioles are 63-48 and lead the East by 4 games over Toronto. That is reason enough to be excited. But our goal at Camden Depot is to make you think critically about things the O's do and don't do. All it takes to be happy about how things are going is to simply look at the standings.