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Hoyt Wilhelm
1958-1962
Luis Aparicio
1963-1967
Brooks Robinson
1964 AL MVP
Curt Blefary
1965-1968

1965 Rookie of the Year
Frank Robinson
1966 AL MVP & Triple Crown
1966 World Series MVP
Moe Drabowsky
1966-1968, 1970
1966 World Champions
Baltimore Orioles
Davey Johnson
1965-1972
Andy Etchebarren
1962-1975
Mike Cuellar
1969-1976
1969 AL Cy Young
Don Buford
1968-1972
Dave McNally
1962-1974
Boog Powell
1961-1974
1970 AL MVP
Brooks Robinson
1955-1977

1970 World Series MVP
Paul Blair
1964-1976
Jim Palmer
1965-1984
1970 World Champions
Baltimore Orioles
Mark Belanger
1965-1981
Frank Robinson
1966-1971
586 Career Home Runs
Pat Dobson
1971-1972
1971: Four  20 Game Winners
Mike Cuellar, Pat Dobson,
Dave McNally, & Jim Palmer
Doug DeCinces
1973-1981
Jim Palmer
3 AL Cy Young
1973, 1975 & 1976
Earl Weaver
MGR 1968-82, 1985-86
Lee May
1975-1980
Al Bumbry
1972-1984

1973 Rookie of the Year
Rich Dauer
1976-1985
Ken Singleton
1975-1984
John Lowenstein
1979-1985
Scott McGregor
1976-1988
Mike Flanagan
1975-1987, 1991-1992
1979 AL Cy Young
Steve Stone
1979-1981

1980 AL Cy Young
Dennis Martinez
1976-1986
Tippy Martinez
1976-1986
Eddie Murray
1977 Rookie of the Year
Cal Ripken Jr.
1982 Rookie of the Year
1983 & 1991 AL MVP
Mike Boddicker
1980-1988
1983 ALCS MVP
Rick Dempsey
1976-1986, 1992

1983 World Series MVP
The Ripken Family
Billy, Cal Sr., and Cal Jr.
Billy Ripken
1987-1992, 1996
Frank Robinson
MGR 1988-1991
Joe Orsulak
1988-1992
Chris Hoiles
1989-1998
Gregg Olson
1989-1993

1989 Rookie of the Year
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
1992-Present
Arthur Rhodes
1991-1999
B.J. Surhoff
1996-2000, 2003-2005
Cal Ripken Jr.
9/6/1995 Becomes Baseball's All-Time Iron Man.
Eddie Murray
1977-1988, 1996
1996: 500th Career HR
Roberto Alomar
1996-1998
Rafael Palmeiro
1994-1998, 2004-2005
Cal Ripken Jr.
9/20/1998: The Streak Ends at 2,632
Mike Mussina
1991-2000
Jesse Orosco
1996-1999
1252 Career Games Pitched
Mike Bordick
1997-2000, 2001-2002
Scott Erickson
1995-2003
Sidney Ponson
1998-2003, 2004-2005
1999 Baltimore Orioles vs. Cuban National Team
Brady Anderson
1988-2001
Cal Ripken Jr.
1981-2001
CHAMPIONSHIP
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1983 World Champions
Baltimore Orioles
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ORIOLES
Ron Hansen
1958-1962
1960 Rookie of the Year
Jim Gentile
1960-1963
Reggie Jackson
1976
Memorial Stadium
1954-1991
Cal Ripken Jr.
1991 & 2001
All-Star Game MVP
David Segui
1990-1994, 2000-2004
Jeff Conine
1999-2003, 2006
Melvin Mora
2000-2009
Jay Gibbons
2001-2007
Jorge Julio
2001-2005
Rodrigo Lopez
2000, 2002-2006
Luis Matos
2000-2006
Brian Roberts
2002-2013
Javier Lopez
2004-2006
Miguel Tejada
2004-2007, 2010
Sammy Sosa
2005
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Gus Triandos
1955-1961
Milt Pappas
1957-1965
B.J. Ryan
1999-2005
Eric Bedard
2002-2007
Daniel Cabrera
2004-2008
Nick Markakis
2006-Present
Chris Ray
2005-2009
Jeremy Guthrie
2007-2011
Ramon Hernandez
2006-2008
 
 
 
Adam Jones
2008-Present
Kevin Millar
2006-2008
Aubrey Huff
2007-2009
Koji Uehara
2009-2011
Luke Scott
2008-2011
Cesar Izturis
2009-2011
Matt Wieters
2009-Present
Ty Wiggington
2009-2010
Steve Barber
1960-1967
Stu Miller
1963-1967
Bobby Grich
1970-1976
Storm Davis
1982-1986, 1992
Jim Johnson
2006-2013
Robert Andino
2009-2012
Nolan Reimold
2009-Present
Chris Davis
2011-Present
Wei-Yin Chen
2012-Present
Jason Hammel
2012-2013
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Mike Devereaux
1989-1994, 1996
Mark Reynolds
2011-2012
Brian Matusz
2009-Present
Chris Tillman
2009-Present
J.J. Hardy
2011-Present
Miguel Gonzalez
2012-Present
Manny Machado
2012-Present
Nate McLouth
2012-2013
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Tito Landrum
1983, 1988
Buck Showalter
MGR 2010-Present
Tommy Hunter
2011-Present
Darren O'Day
2012-Present
Steve Pearce
2012, 2013-Present
Bud Norris
2013-Present
Jonathan Schoop
2013-Present
Nelson Cruz
2014-Present