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64-69, 4th in AL East

Throwback Thursday: 1972 Orioles

The Orioles' 3.95 team ERA this season is only good enough to land them in middle of the pack among MLB teams. It's a long way off from Baltimore's 2.54 ERA in 1972, a historic year for its pitching staff.

Davis' HR antics not seen since 2010

It's uncommon that a player hits multiple home runs in a single game, and even rarer that one of those bombs is a walk-off. Chris Davis has done it twice now this season, but he's not alone in MLB history.


The Baltimore Orioles, Buck and Angela Showalter, and OriolesREACH are joining forces with KidsPeace to host a Halloween-themed race to benefit children in foster care. The Trick-or-Trot 5K/1-Mile Walk will be held on Saturday, October 31. Learn more and register here:


Has 'Crush' Davis' homer come down yet?

Chris Davis followed a 446-foot shot in the third inning with a 459-foot blast in the 11th --the longest of his 38 homers this season -- that allowed the reeling Orioles to end a six-game losing streak. Wednesday's Top 5

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Davis, Orioles walk off in 11 to avoid sweep

Chris Davis smashed his fourth career walk-off homer and second this season to send the Orioles to a 7-6 win over the visiting Rays. Davis joins James McCann, Brian Dozier, Kris Bryant, Jason Castro, and Josh Donaldson as players with multiple walk-off HR this season. Box score


Late fireworks force extras in Baltimore

Evan Longoria's second homer of the game put the Rays up 6-4 in the ninth, but Jonathan Schoop answered in the bottom of the inning with a two-run homer of his own. The ballgame is tied 6-6 in the 10th at Camden Yards. Follow live

Davis crushes 2-run HR to knot score at 4

After the Rays' four-run third, the O's matched them in the same frame behind Chris Davis' 89th homer at Camden Yards and 151st as an Oriole. Davis has 37 HRs this season. Follow live

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ICYMI: SweetSpot hits of the week

In our first ICYMI post after the waiver trading deadline, the writers in the ESPN SweetSpot Network cover some of the deals that happened.


On Saturday, October 3, the Orioles will host the LUNGevity Foundation’s Breathe Deep Baltimore, a 5K walk to raise funds and awareness for lung cancer in memory of Orioles’ late Public Relations Director, Monica Pence Barlow, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Registration fees are $25 for adults, $15 for students and seniors, and $10 for youth. There is no race fee for lung cancer survivors and children four and under. Register now at #Birdland #Orioles #LUNGevity #BreatheDeep

Tough company for the Orioles

Baltimore has had one of the worst records in the league over the last two weeks.

Ripken: 2,632 consecutive can be broken

"People say it's an unbreakable record, but because I did it, somebody else can do it," Cal Ripken Jr. said of his record of 2,632 consecutive games. "To me, if one person figures it out that they can play 162 and they can finish really strong in September, then they've answered the question. Then it's just a matter of doing it over and over again until you get to that point. So yes, I think it can be broken. I don't know who, though."


Orioles honor Ripken on anniversary

Cal Ripken Jr. threw out the first pitch at Camden Yards to mark the 20th anniversary of his breaking of Lou Gehrig's consecutive games streak. Ripken would go on to play 2,632 straight games. The longest current streak in MLB is 131 in a row.

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25217th
On Base Percentage.30526th
Slugging Percentage.4196th
Earned Run Average3.9515th
Quality Starts6023rd

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