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Year Founded: 1901 (as Milwaukee Brewers; Played as St. Louis Browns 1902-1953; Moved to Baltimore for 1954 season)
Division: American League East
Home Stadium: Oriole Park at Camden Yards
World Series Championships: 1966, 1970, 1983
American League Penants: 1944 (as St. Louis Browns), 1966, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1979, 1983
Last Playoff Appearance: 2016
The Orioles are fighting an uphill battle to regain relevance in the American League East. The division is packed with playoff contenders, and the general sentiment is that Baltimore could improve greatly and still miss out. However, that doesn't mean that the Orioles don't have some exciting young talent. This season will allow some young Orioles to develop their talents and solidify their spots in the team's rebuilding plans.
Cedric Mullis is the do-it-all leadoff man for Baltimore. He had an astonishing offensive line despite being in a lineup that finished 26th in runs scored. Mullins smacked 37 doubles, five triples, and 30 home runs for the Orioles. He also had 30 stolen bases and made the All-Star Game. His month of June was one of the best months any player had last season – he hit .380 with eight doubles, eight home runs, and seven stolen bases. Ryan Mountcastle is another bright spot in Baltimore's order. The former first-round selection hit 33 home runs and drove in 89. He needs to improve his patience and selectiveness at the plate to take another big step forward. Cancer survivor Trey Mancini inspired fans just by putting on a jersey last season. He went on to have a solid season, with 33 doubles and 21 home runs while hitting .255.
John Means has been a solid starting pitcher for Baltimore without getting much attention. In 69 career appearances, he has a solid WHIP of 1.086. He looks to put a rocky second half of 2021 behind him and give Orioles fans something to look forward to when it's his turn on the bump. Baltimore signed Jordan Lyles during the offseason and hopes he can eat up innings for them. That's what he did over the course of 32 games last season. Lyles has pitched for six different teams since making his debut at age 20.
Despite still likely being multiple seasons away from competing, the Orioles could be an exciting team to watch in 2022. They feature a young lineup with some hitters, such as Mullins and Mountcastle, that potentially have multiple All-Star seasons in their future. Catcher Adley Rutschman, who strained a tricep in spring training, is the top prospect in Major League Baseball. Baltimore executives have indicated that if healthy, he could see time with the Orioles in 2022. If for nothing else, Baltimore will also play frequent host to four division mates all bound and determined to make the playoffs.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards is one of the most revered MLB venues. It brought baseball back to cities and set an example for many stadiums to follow. The interesting thing is that, even with the advancement of amenities and technology, many still rate Camden as the best stadium in baseball. The fact that the Orioles are rebuilding means that ticket seekers will have many great options available. One of the recommended spots to sit is in the Left Field Upper Reserve seats, as they provide a nice view of the field, but also the B&O Warehouse and Eutaw Street. A unique thing to look for is a pair of outfield orange seats, marking the spots where Eddie Murray's 500th home run and Cal Ripken Jr.'s 278th home run (most for a shortstop) landed.
The Oriole franchise existed as the Milwaukee Brewers and one of the original eight American League teams in 1901. It changed to St. Louis Browns the next year. In 1954, the team moved to Baltimore and became the Orioles. The heyday for the franchise came in the late 1960s and early 1970s, when the "O's" won four AL pennants and two World Series titles. Brooks Robinson and Frank Robinson were on both of those teams and are among team legends. Jim Palmer was the ace of both staffs and had his number retired.
One tradition for Orioles fans is to yell the "O" sound in the "Oh say does that Star-Spangled Banner yet wave" part of the national anthem. An iconic figure in Baltimore Orioles history is old PA announcer Rex Barney, who served in the position for 23 years. When a fan caught a foul ball, he would say, "Get that fan a contract." When a fan dropped a foul ball, he would say, "Give that fan a contract." He was such an important figure to the organization and fans that on the night he died in 1997, the game was held without a PA announcer.
The top rival for the Orioles is likely the New York Yankees, as the pair have at times competed for the division and in the playoffs. Another rivalry involving Baltimore is the "Beltway Series," a name for interleague games between the Orioles and Washington Nationals. The two team's stadiums are among the closest in baseball at only 35 miles apart.
Last Updated: April 25,2022
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