Click on the 'Baltimore Orioles History' link below to see their season's records along with related statistics.
The Orioles started playing in Baltimore in 1954 at Memorial Stadium.
1988 ... the Orioles lost an MLB record 21 consecutive games to start the season.
There is a 30 year lease to the Orioles, set to expire in 2022
It was Cal Ripken Jr. of the Baltimore Orioles.
1954 and 1988
History of the Baltimore Orioles: Originally named for one year (1901) the Milwaukee Brewers, located in Milwaukee, WI. Then moved to St. Louis, MO, named the St. Louis Browns, remained in St. Louis for 52 years (1902-1954). Eventually moved to Baltimore, MD and named Baltimore Orioles, 1954 to present. Nicknames of the Baltimore Orioles: O's and Birds
1915 loss to the Boston braves 1950 loss to the New York Yankees 1980 beat the Kansas City Royals 1983 loss to the Baltimore Orioles 1993 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays 2008 beat the Tampa Bay Rays
Frank Robinson - Baltimore Orioles
Davey Johnson - Baltimore Orioles
The Yankees were established in 1901 as the Baltimore Orioles.
The Browns played in St. Louis between 1902-1953. They moved to Baltimore for the 1954 season and became the Orioles.