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The Baltimore Orioles franchise was established in 1901 as one of the eight charter members of the American League. The franchise actually started in Milwaukee, where it lasted a year, and then moved to St. Louis. The club was purchased in 1953 and moved to Baltimore where it became the Orioles, using the name of the Maryland state bird.

Baltimore has a long history of success with several division titles and league pennants. Fans follow the Baltimore Orioles complete schedule on TV on the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) and MASN2. The Orioles can also be viewed on the MLB Network and fans can live stream games via the MLB.TV app.


The Orioles played at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore since they moved to the city in 1953. In 1991, the franchise decided to construct a new home – Camden Yards – the first of the “retro” ballparks built in the 1990s and early 2000s.

Today, the stadium bears the name Oriole Park at Camden Yards and is still one of the best venues in baseball. Oriole Park seats 45,971 and has standing room capabilities to fit 48,187 though the stadium record stands at 48,828.


Before the 1966 season, the Orioles traded for slugger Frank Robinson who would win the AL MVP and the Triple Crown leading Baltimore to its first MLB World Series championship. The Orioles have won three total (1966, 1970, and 1983).

Baltimore captured AL East Division titles nine times – 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1979, 1983, 1997, and 2014. The Orioles captured the American League pennant seven times (1944, 1966, 1969, 19770, 1971, 1979, 1983), the most recent coming in 1983.

The Orioles also made the playoffs in 1996, 2012, and 2016 as a MLB wild card.


Any talk of the best players in Orioles history begins with the Robinsons – Frank and Brooks. The former, as stated earlier, won the AL MVP and Triple Crown in 1966 while leading Baltimore to a World Series title. Having won the NL MVP in 1961 while with Cincinnati, Robinson is the only MLB player ever to win the MVP in both leagues. He was the NL’s Rookie of the Year in 1956, a 14-time MLB All-Star, and also won the 1989 AL Manager of the Year award.

Third baseman Brooks Robinson played his entire 23-year MLB career in Baltimore (a MLB record). An outstanding fielder, many consider Robinson the greatest defensive third baseman to ever play the game. He holds the MLB record for consecutive Gold Glove Awards at 16. Robinson was an 18-time All-Star and played on the Orioles’ 1966 and 1970 World Series championship teams. He was the MVP of the 1970 World Series when Baltimore beat Cincinnati.

Cal Ripken Jr. was known as the “Iron Man” for having broken Lou Gehrig’s record of consecutive MLB games played (2,632). A native of Maryland, he played all of his 21 MLB seasons in Baltimore. Ripken went to the All-Star game 19 times, was the AL Rookie of the Year in 1982, won two AL MVPs (1983, 1991, and played on the 1983 World Series championship team.