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Baltimore Orioles Historical Records & Data

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Established as the Milwaukee Brewers in 1901, the franchise moved to St. Louis to be the Browns in 1902 before becoming the present-day Baltimore Orioles in 1954. In their days prior to the move to Baltimore, the most notable players in franchise history were Hall of Famer George Sisler and 3’7” Eddie Gaedel, the one-time pinch hitter signed as a stunt by owner Bill Veeck. It was not until the 1960’s that the franchise really took off as stars like “Boog” Powell and Brooks Robinson came to town as did the great Frank Robinson. The Orioles reached the playoffs eight times in 18 years from 1966 through 1983 before the most notable player in team history; Cal Ripken, Jr. rose to prominence. Ripken continued to lead the Orioles throughout the 1980’s & 1990’s winning the AL Rookie of the Year in 1982 and AL MVP in 1983 & 1991 during his run of 2,632 consecutive games played. Playing in the AL East Division, arguably the best division in baseball, the Orioles have plenty of competition as they look to return to prominence.



Baltimore Orioles Historical Records

Year League & Division Wins Losses Place  
2012 AL East 93 69 2nd  
2011 AL East 69 93 5th  
2010 AL East 66 96 5th  
2008 AL East 68 93 5th  
2007 AL East 69 93 4th  
2006 AL East 70 92 4th  
2005 AL East 74 88 4th  
2004 AL East 78 84 3rd  
2003 AL East 71 91 4th  
2002 AL East 67 95 4th  
2001 AL East 63 98 4th  
2000 AL East 74 88 4th  
1999 AL East 78 88 4th  
1998 AL East 79 83 4th  
1997 AL East 98 64 1st  
1996 AL East 88 74 2nd  
1995 AL East 71 73 3rd  
1994 AL East 63 49 2nd  


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