Baltimore Orioles

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Baltimore Orioles

General Information

Baltimore, MD

Ballpark: Oriole Park at Camden Yards

World Series Championships

1966, 1970, 1983

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Baltimore Orioles Stats & Team History

Founded in 1901, the Baltimore Orioles were initially the Milwaukee Brewers for just one season. In 1902 they moved to St. Louis and changed the team’s name to the Browns, before moving to Baltimore in 1952 and officially becoming the Orioles, taking over the name from the New York Yankees, who held the team name from 1901-02.

The Browns team did not find much success, making the playoffs just one time. While in Baltimore, it still took some time as the team didn’t make the playoffs until 1966, eventually winning their first World Series. That season started a long stretch of quality baseball, up until 1983, going to six World Series and winning three.

A bulk of the Baltimore Orioles stats are featured by players from that 1966 to 1983, as many of those players went off to be in the Hall-of-Fame. Cal Ripken Jr. is one of the team’s all-time greats, leading the Baltimore Orioles stats in many categories.

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