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Baltimore Orioles

Baltimore Orioles

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Ballpark:
Camden Yards
Established:
1954
Affiliations:
AAA Norfolk Tides,AA Bowie Baysox,High-A Frederick Keys,Low-A Delmarva Shorebird, Short Season A Aberdeen IronBirds
Retired Numbers:
4, 5, 8, 20, 22, 33, 42
Owners:
Peter Angelos
Manager:
General Manager:
Played As:
BAL, MLA, SLA
Year Team W L R RA Diff Att
2010 Baltimore Orioles 66 96 613 785 -172 0
2009 Baltimore Orioles 64 98 741 876 -135 1,907,163
2008 Baltimore Orioles 68 93 782 869 -87 1,950,075
2007 Baltimore Orioles 69 93 756 868 -112 2,164,822
2006 Baltimore Orioles 70 92 768 899 -131 2,153,139
2005 Baltimore Orioles 74 88 729 800 -71 2,624,740
2004 Baltimore Orioles 78 84 842 830 12 2,744,018
2003 Baltimore Orioles 71 91 743 820 -77 2,454,523
2002 Baltimore Orioles 67 95 667 773 -106 2,682,439
2001 Baltimore Orioles 63 98 687 829 -142 3,094,841
2000 Baltimore Orioles 74 88 794 913 -119 3,297,031
1999 Baltimore Orioles 78 84 851 815 36 3,433,150
1998 Baltimore Orioles 79 83 817 785 32 3,684,650
1997 Baltimore Orioles 98 64 812 681 131 3,711,132
1996 Baltimore Orioles 88 74 949 903 46 3,646,950
1995 Baltimore Orioles 71 73 704 640 64 3,098,475
1994 Baltimore Orioles 63 49 589 497 92 2,535,359
1993 Baltimore Orioles 85 77 786 745 41 3,644,965
1992 Baltimore Orioles 89 73 705 656 49 3,567,819
1991 Baltimore Orioles 67 95 686 796 -110 2,552,753
1990 Baltimore Orioles 76 85 669 698 -29 2,415,189
1989 Baltimore Orioles 87 75 708 686 22 2,535,208
1988 Baltimore Orioles 54 107 550 789 -239 1,660,738
1987 Baltimore Orioles 67 95 729 880 -151 1,835,692
1986 Baltimore Orioles 73 89 708 760 -52 1,973,176
1985 Baltimore Orioles 83 78 818 764 54 2,132,387
1984 Baltimore Orioles 85 77 681 667 14 2,045,784
1983 Baltimore Orioles 98 64 799 652 147 2,042,071
1982 Baltimore Orioles 94 68 774 687 87 1,613,031
1981 Baltimore Orioles 59 46 429 437 -8 1,024,247
1980 Baltimore Orioles 100 62 805 640 165 1,797,438
1979 Baltimore Orioles 102 57 757 582 175 1,681,009
1978 Baltimore Orioles 90 71 659 633 26 1,051,724
1977 Baltimore Orioles 97 64 719 653 66 1,195,769
1976 Baltimore Orioles 88 74 619 598 21 1,058,609
1975 Baltimore Orioles 90 69 682 553 129 1,002,157
1974 Baltimore Orioles 91 71 659 612 47 962,572
1973 Baltimore Orioles 97 65 754 561 193 958,667
1972 Baltimore Orioles 80 74 519 430 89 899,950
1971 Baltimore Orioles 101 57 742 530 212 1,023,037
1970 Baltimore Orioles 108 54 792 574 218 1,057,069
1969 Baltimore Orioles 109 53 779 517 262 1,062,069
1968 Baltimore Orioles 91 71 579 497 82 943,977
1967 Baltimore Orioles 76 85 654 592 62 955,053
1966 Baltimore Orioles 97 63 755 601 154 1,203,366
1965 Baltimore Orioles 94 68 641 578 63 781,649
1964 Baltimore Orioles 97 65 679 567 112 1,116,215
1963 Baltimore Orioles 86 76 644 621 23 774,343
1962 Baltimore Orioles 77 85 652 680 -28 790,254
1961 Baltimore Orioles 95 67 691 588 103 951,089
1960 Baltimore Orioles 89 65 682 606 76 1,187,849
1959 Baltimore Orioles 74 80 551 621 -70 891,926
1958 Baltimore Orioles 74 79 521 575 -54 829,991
1957 Baltimore Orioles 76 76 597 588 9 1,029,581
1956 Baltimore Orioles 69 85 571 705 -134 901,201
1955 Baltimore Orioles 57 97 540 754 -214 852,039
1954 Baltimore Orioles 54 100 483 668 -185 1,060,910
1953 St. Louis Browns 54 100 555 778 -223 297,238
1952 St. Louis Browns 64 90 604 733 -129 518,796
1951 St. Louis Browns 52 102 611 882 -271 293,790
1950 St. Louis Browns 58 96 684 916 -232 247,131
1949 St. Louis Browns 53 101 667 913 -246 270,936
1948 St. Louis Browns 59 94 671 849 -178 335,564
1947 St. Louis Browns 59 95 564 744 -180 320,474
1946 St. Louis Browns 66 88 621 710 -89 526,435
1945 St. Louis Browns 81 70 597 548 49 482,986
1944 St. Louis Browns 89 65 684 587 97 508,644
1943 St. Louis Browns 72 80 596 604 -8 214,392
1942 St. Louis Browns 82 69 730 637 93 255,617
1941 St. Louis Browns 70 84 765 823 -58 176,240
1940 St. Louis Browns 67 87 757 882 -125 239,591
1939 St. Louis Browns 43 111 733 1035 -302 109,159
1938 St. Louis Browns 55 97 755 962 -207 130,417
1937 St. Louis Browns 46 108 715 1023 -308 123,121
1936 St. Louis Browns 57 95 804 1064 -260 93,267
1935 St. Louis Browns 65 87 718 930 -212 80,922
1934 St. Louis Browns 67 85 674 800 -126 115,305
1933 St. Louis Browns 55 96 669 820 -151 88,113
1932 St. Louis Browns 63 91 736 898 -162 112,558
1931 St. Louis Browns 63 91 722 870 -148 179,126
1930 St. Louis Browns 64 90 751 886 -135 152,088
1929 St. Louis Browns 79 73 733 713 20 280,697
1928 St. Louis Browns 82 72 772 742 30 339,497
1927 St. Louis Browns 59 94 724 904 -180 247,879
1926 St. Louis Browns 62 92 682 845 -163 283,986
1925 St. Louis Browns 82 71 900 906 -6 462,898
1924 St. Louis Browns 74 78 769 809 -40 533,349
1923 St. Louis Browns 74 78 688 720 -32 430,296
1922 St. Louis Browns 93 61 867 643 224 712,918
1921 St. Louis Browns 81 73 835 845 -10 355,978
1920 St. Louis Browns 76 77 797 766 31 419,311
1919 St. Louis Browns 67 72 533 567 -34 349,350
1918 St. Louis Browns 58 64 426 448 -22 122,076
1917 St. Louis Browns 57 97 510 687 -177 210,486
1916 St. Louis Browns 79 75 588 545 43 335,740
1915 St. Louis Browns 63 91 521 680 -159 150,358
1914 St. Louis Browns 71 82 523 615 -92 244,714
1913 St. Louis Browns 57 96 528 642 -114 250,330
1912 St. Louis Browns 53 101 552 764 -212 214,070
1911 St. Louis Browns 45 107 567 812 -245 207,984
1910 St. Louis Browns 47 107 451 743 -292 249,889
1909 St. Louis Browns 61 89 441 575 -134 366,274
1908 St. Louis Browns 83 69 544 483 61 618,947
1907 St. Louis Browns 69 83 542 555 -13 419,025
1906 St. Louis Browns 76 73 558 498 60 389,157
1905 St. Louis Browns 54 99 511 608 -97 339,112
1904 St. Louis Browns 65 87 481 604 -123 318,108
1903 St. Louis Browns 65 74 500 525 -25 380,405
1902 St. Louis Browns 78 58 619 607 12 272,283
1901 Milwaukee Brewers 48 89 641 828 -187 139,034
 
Tagged:
1966 World Series, Baltimore Orioles, Brooks Robinson, Earl Weaver, Eddie Murray, Jim Palmer, Memorial Stadium, St. Louis Browns
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