As best we can tell, the Orioles haven't signed any former or future All-Stars in the past 15 minutes. But here's a name to keep in mind, in case they get the urge to spend any more of Peter Angelos' money:

J.J. Hardy.

This will be Hardy's fourth season as the Orioles' shortstop. It also could be his last.

He's on the final season of a three-year, $22.5 million contract. The Baltimore Sun reported this week that the Orioles have contacted his agent, Craig Landis, to let them know they're interested in talking about an extension. And Hardy told on Monday morning that he planned to meet with his agent in the next 24 hours to discuss where they go from here.

"I don't know how that will all play out," Hardy said. "We'll see. I'm actually going to meet with my agent. And we're going to talk a little bit about what could happen. And he'll kind of fill me in … because I don't really know much.

"We've talked about all the different options, about what could happen -- other possible teams that might be looking for shortstops. There's so much that goes into it. And I'm not all caught up to speed."

Those teams could include the Dodgers (depending on their contract talks with Hanley Ramirez and on just-signed Cuban shortstop Erisbel Arruebarruena), the Phillies (depending on whether Jimmy Rollins vests his 2015 option) and the Indians (depending on the progress of top prospect Francisco Lindor). And, of course, there are the Yankees -- of whom Hardy quipped: "I heard their shortstop's retiring or something."

But Hardy, who turns 32 in August, has made it clear that if the stars and dollar signs line up right, he'd prefer to stay right where he is -- in Baltimore.