2007 Baltimore Orioles
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Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record69–93 (.426)
Divisional place4th
Other information
Owner(s)Peter Angelos
General manager(s)Mike Flanagan, Andy MacPhail
Manager(s)Sam Perlozzo (until 06/18)
Dave Trembley
Local televisionMASN
WJZ-TV (CBS 13)
Local radioWHFS
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The Baltimore Orioles' 2007 season involved the Orioles finishing with a record of 69 wins and 93 losses and fourth place in the AL East. On June 18, 2007, manager Sam Perlozzo was fired and replaced with bullpen coach Dave Trembley as interim manager. Trembley was named full-time manager on August 22, 2007. On this same day, the Orioles suffered a 30 to 3 loss to the Texas Rangers, the most lopsided loss in franchise history. Perlozzo's record was 29 wins and 40 losses and Trembley's was 40 wins and 53 losses.

Offseason

Regular season

Season standings

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Boston Red Sox 96 66 0.593 51–30 45–36
New York Yankees 94 68 0.580 2 52–29 42–39
Toronto Blue Jays 83 79 0.512 13 49–32 34–47
Baltimore Orioles 69 93 0.426 27 35–46 34–47
Tampa Bay Devil Rays 66 96 0.407 30 37–44 29–52

Record vs. opponents


Sources: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14]
Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL 
Baltimore 6–12 5–3 3–4 1–5 7–0 3–7 0–7 9–9 4–4 2–7 11–7 4–6 8–10 6–12
Boston 12–6 7–1 5–2 3–4 3–3 6–4 4–3 8–10 4–4 4–5 13–5 6–4 9–9 12–6
Chicago 3–5 1–7 7–11 11–7 12–6 5–4 9–9 4–6 4–5 1–7 6–1 2–4 3–4 4–14
Cleveland 4–3 2–5 11–7 12–6 11–7 5–5 14–4 0–6 6–4 4–3 8–2 6–3 4–2 9–9
Detroit 5–1 4–3 7–11 6–12 11–7 3–5 12–6 4–4 4–6 6–4 3–4 5–4 4–3 14–4
Kansas City 0–7 3–3 6–12 7–11 7–11 5–2 9–9 1–9 6–4 3–6 4–3 5–4 3–4 10–8
Los Angeles 7–3 4–6 4–5 5–5 5–3 2–5 6–3 6–3 9–10 13–6 6–2 10–9 3–4 14–4
Minnesota 7–0 3–4 9–9 4–14 6–12 9–9 3–6 2–5 5–2 6–3 3–4 7–2 4–6 11–7
New York 9–9 10–8 6–4 6–0 4–4 9–1 3–6 5–2 2–4 5–5 10–8 5–1 10–8 10–8
Oakland 4–4 4–4 5–4 4–6 6–4 4–6 10–9 2–5 4–2 5–14 4–6 9–10 5–4 10–8
Seattle 7–2 5–4 7–1 3–4 4–6 6–3 6–13 3–6 5–5 14–5 4–3 11–8 4–5 9–9
Tampa Bay 7–11 5–13 1–6 2–8 4–3 3–4 2–6 4–3 8–10 6–4 3–4 5–4 9–9 7–11
Texas 6–4 4–6 4–2 3–6 4–5 4–5 9–10 2–7 1–5 10–9 8–11 4–5 5–5 11–7
Toronto 10–8 9–9 4–3 2–4 3–4 4–3 4–3 6–4 8–10 4–5 5–4 9–9 5–5 10–8


Transactions

Rangers 30, Orioles 3

August 22, 2007 5:05 pm (ET) at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland 74 °F (23 °C), Wind 7 mph in from Leftfield
Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Texas 0 0 0 5 0 9 0 10 6 30 29 1
Baltimore 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 9 1
WP: Kason Gabbard (6–1)   LP: Daniel Cabrera (9–13)   Sv: Wes Littleton (1)
Home runs:
TEX: Ramon Vazquez (2), Jarrod Saltalamacchia (2), Marlon Byrd (1), Travis Metcalf (1)
BAL: None
Attendance: 21,828
Notes: Game 1 of Doubleheader, American League record for most runs scored in one game.
Boxscore

On August 22 of the season, the Orioles were slated to play against the Texas Rangers in a doubleheader, as the two teams had their game on August 20 postponed due to rain. Both teams were well out of contention by this point, with the Rangers at 54-70 and the Orioles at 58–65, and it was the first game for manager Dave Trembley in a full-time capacity, as he had served as an interim manager since June 19.

Every batter for the Rangers recorded at least two hits, with eight of the nine batters reaching home plate to score twice (with the exception of Michael Young, who left in the seventh inning after scoring once); incidentally, every Oriole pitcher (four used) allowed at least six runs to score. Wes Littleton, who came in when the score was 14–3 in the seventh inning, received the save for his three innings of work; the offensive explosion of sixteen runs after he came in helped set a new record for the largest margin of victory in a game with a save, and the previous record was coincidentally a win by the Rangers over the Orioles (26-7, April 19, 1996).[9]

The victory set a record for most runs scored by an American League team in one game while being the most runs scored by a team since the Chicago Colts in 1897 (who scored 36 against the Louisville Colonels on June 29); it was the ninth time a team had scored 30 runs in a game.[10] The 29 hits were the most by a team in a game since August 28, 1992, when Milwaukee hit 33 against Toronto.[11] Less than an hour after the game, the two teams played the second game of the doubleheader, which the Rangers won 9–7.[12]

Game log

2007 Game Log
April
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 2 @ Twins 7 – 4 Santana (1-0) Bédard (0-1) Nathan (1) 48,711 0-1
2 April 3 @ Twins 3 – 2 Neshek (1-0) Cabrera (0-1) Nathan (2) 24,439 0-2
3 April 4 @ Twins 7 – 2 Ortiz (1-0) Wright (0-1) 27,539 0-3
4 April 6 @ Yankees 6 – 4 Loewen (1-0) Mussina (0-1) Ray (1) 50,074 1-3
5 April 7 @ Yankees 10 – 7 Rivera (1-0) Ray (0-1) 50,510 1-4
6 April 8 @ Yankees 6 – 4 Bédard (1-1) Rasner (0-1) Ray (2) 47,679 2-4
7 April 9 Tigers 6 – 2 Cabrera (1-1) Durbin (0-1) 48,159 3-4
8 April 10 Tigers 3 – 1 Robertson (2-0) Wright (0-2) Jones (4) 18,594 3-5
9 April 11 Tigers 4 – 1 (12) Ledezma (1-0) Birkins (0-1) Jones (5) 13,288 3-6
10 April 12 Royals 2 – 1 (10) Ray (1-1) Standridge (0-1) 13,229 4-6
11 April 13 Royals 8 – 1 Bédard (2-1) Duckworth (0-1) 20,922 5-6
12 April 14 Royals 6 – 4 Williamson (1-0) Jo. Peralta (0-1) Ray (3) 15,244 6-6
-- April 15 Royals Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for September 24 6-6
13 April 16 @ Devil Rays 9 – 7 Guthrie (1-0) Ryu (1-1) Ray (4) 9,157 7-6
14 April 17 @ Devil Rays 6 – 4 Fossum (1-1) Trachsel (0-1) Al Reyes (5) 9,575 7-7
15 April 18 @ Devil Rays 6 – 4 Bédard (3-1) Glover (0-1) Ray (5) 10,540 8-7
16 April 20 Blue Jays 5 – 4 Ray (2-1) Zambrano (0-1) 25,025 9-7
17 April 21 Blue Jays 5 – 2 Loewen (2-0) Towers (1-2) Ray (6) 25,898 10-7
18 April 22 Blue Jays 7 – 3 Trachsel (1-1) Chacín (2-1) 27,285 11-7
19 April 23 Athletics 6 – 5 Haren (2-2) Bédard (3-2) Street (5) 13,862 11-8
20 April 24 Athletics 4 – 2 Braden (1-0) Guthrie (1-1) Street (6) 14,452 11-9
21 April 25 Red Sox 6 – 1 Schilling (3-1) Cabrera (1-2) 27,613 11-10
22 April 26 Red Sox 5 – 2 Beckett (5-0) Ray (2-2) Papelbon (7) 33,522 11-11
23 April 27 @ Indians 5 – 4 Westbrook (1-2) Trachsel (1-2) Borowski (9) 20,484 11-12
24 April 28 @ Indians 7 – 4 Walker (1-0) Cabrera (1-1) Ray (7) 25,065 12-12
25 April 29 @ Indians 6 – 1 Carmona (2-1) Wright (0-3) 25,402 12-13
26 April 30 @ Tigers 8 – 4 Bonderman (1-0) Cabrera (1-3) Rodney (1) 24,914 12-14
May
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
27 May 1 @ Tigers 5 – 4 Zumaya (1-1) Báez (0-1) Jones (9) 23,126 12-15
28 May 2 @ Tigers 3 – 2 Robertson (3-1) Trachsel (1-3) Jones (10) 29,278 12-16
29 May 4 Indians 3 – 2 (10) Ray (3-2) Mastny (2-1) 28,575 13-16
30 May 5 Indians 8 – 2 Cabrera (2-3) Sowers (0-2) 25,752 14-16
31 May 6 Indians 9 – 6 Sabathia (5-0) Burres (0-1) Borowski (11) 37,464 14-17
32 May 7 Indians 10 – 1 Carmona (3-1) Bradford (0-1) 17,944 14-18
33 May 8 Devil Rays 8 – 3 Guthrie (2-1) Seo (1-3) 17,818 15-18
34 May 9 Devil Rays 1 – 0 (10) Parrish (1-0) Stokes (1-4) 14,780 16-18
35 May 10 Devil Rays 11 – 6 Cabrera (3-3) Fossum (2-3) 15,915 17-18
36 May 11 @ Red Sox 6 – 3 Burres (1-1) Tavárez (1-4) Ray (8) 37,039 18-18
37 May 12 @ Red Sox 13 – 4 López (1-0) Leicester (0-1) 36,503 18-19
38 May 13 @ Red Sox 6 – 5 Romero (1-0) Ray (3-3) 36,379 18-20
39 May 14 @ Blue Jays 5 – 3 Janssen (1-0) Báez (0-2) Accardo (2) 19,819 18-21
40 May 15 @ Blue Jays 2 – 1 Litsch (1-0) Cabrera (3-4) Accardo (3) 30,958 18-22
41 May 16 @ Blue Jays 2 – 1 Burnett (4-3) Burres (1-2) 24,339 18-23
42 May 18 @ Nationals 5 – 4 Trachsel (2-3) Simontacchi (1-2) Ray (9) 22,375 19-23
43 May 19 @ Nationals 3 – 2 (11) Parrish (2-0) Abreu (0-1) Ray (10) 30,661 20-23
44 May 20 @ Nationals 4 – 3 Colomé (2-0) Báez (0-3) Cordero (5) 29,281 20-24
45 May 22 Blue Jays 6 – 4 Burnett (5-3) Cabrera (3-5) Accardo (4) 17,852 20-24
46 May 23 Blue Jays 5 – 2 Trachsel (3-3) McGowan (0-2) Ray (11) 16,938 21-25
47 May 24 Blue Jays 5 – 4 (10) Janssen (2-0) Báez (0-4) Accardo (5) 15,182 21-26
48 May 25 Athletics 3 - 2 Haren (5-2) Bédard (3-3) Embree (2) 30,382 21-27
49 May 26 Athletics 8 – 3 Burres (2-2) Kennedy (1-4) 29,194 22-27
50 May 27 Athletics 8 – 4 Cabrera (4-5) Blanton (4-3) 30,140 23-27
51 May 28 @ Royals 9 – 1 Trachsel (4-3) Elarton (1-1) 14,758 24-27
52 May 29 @ Royals 6 – 2 Guthrie (3-1) de la Rosa (4-5) 13,556 25-27
53 May 30 @ Royals 3 – 0 Bédard (4-3) Meche (3-4) Ray (12) 10,513 26-27
54 May 31 @ Angels 6 – 2 Burres (3-2) Escobar (6-3) 42,266 27-27
June
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
55 June 1 @ Angels 3 – 2 Lackey (9-3) Cabrera (4-6) Rodríguez (19) 43,012 27-28
56 June 2 @ Angels 7 – 4 Saunders (3-0) Trachsel (4-4) 42,190 27-29
57 June 3 @ Angels 4 – 3 Bootcheck (1-0) Ray (3-4) 41,026 27-30
58 June 4 @ Mariners 5 – 4 Sherrill (2-0) Bradford (0-2) Putz (14) 19,090 27-31
59 June 5 @ Mariners 5 – 4 Davis (1-0) Walker (1-1) Putz (15) 19,287 27-32
60 June 6 @ Mariners 9 – 5 Cabrera (5-6) Washburn (5-5) 29,010 28-32
61 June 8 Rockies 4 – 2 Trachsel (5-4) Francis (5-5) Ray (13) 22,375 29-32
62 June 9 Rockies 3 – 2 (10) Affeldt (4-1) Williams (0-1) Fuentes (18) 27,320 29-33
63 June 10 Rockies 6 – 1 Hirsh (3-6) Bédard (4-4) 34,784 29-34
64 June 12 Nationals 7 – 4 Bowie (3-2) Cabrera (5-7) Cordero (9) 21,151 29-35
65 June 13 Nationals 9 – 6 (11) Traber (2-0) Ray (3-5) S. Rivera (3) 21,782 29-36
66 June 14 Nationals 3 – 1 Simontacchi (4-4) Bradford (0-3) Cordero (10) 20,770 29-37
67 June 15 D-backs 7 – 3 Slaten (3-0) Williams (0-2) 26,174 29-38
68 June 16 D-backs 8 – 4 González (3-2) Cabrera (5-8) 26,964 29-39
69 June 17 D-backs 6 – 4 Webb (7-4) Bradford (0-4) Valverde (22) 27,934 29-40
70 June 19 @ Padres 12 – 6 Peavy (9-1) Trachsel (5-5) 38,181 29-41
71 June 20 @ Padres 7 – 1 Guthrie (4-1) Germano (5-1) 26,931 30-41
72 June 21 @ Padres 6 – 3 Bédard (5-4) Wells (3-5) 40,680 31-41
73 June 22 @ D-backs 7 – 1 Cabrera (6-8) Webb (7-5) 21,722 32-41
74 June 23 @ D-backs 7 – 4 Cruz (3-1) Bell (0-1) Valverde (24) 29,832 32-42
75 June 24 @ D-backs 8 – 3 Davis (5-8) Trachsel (5-6) 27,744 32-43
76 June 26 Yankees 3 – 2 Ray (4-5) Proctor (1-5) 39,934 33-43
77 June 27 Yankees 4 – 0 Bédard (6-4) Clemens (1-3) 35,776 34-43
78 June 28 Yankees 8 – 7* Myers (1-0) Parrish (2-1) Rivera (10) 40,737 34-44
79 June 29 Angels 9 – 7 Shields (2-2) Ray (4-6) Rodríguez (23) 36,689 34-45
80 June 30 Angels 6 – 3 Burres (4-2) Colón (6-4) Shuey (1) 26,235 35-45
*Game suspended, completed July 27
July
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
81 July 1 Angels 4 – 3 Lackey (11-6) Guthrie (4-2) Rodríguez (24) 25,058 35-46
82 July 2 @ White Sox 7 – 6 Bell (1-1) Jenks (2-4) Ray (14) 35,161 36-46
83 July 3 @ White Sox 5 – 1 Vázquez (5-5) Cabrera (6-9) 37,281 36-47
84 July 4 @ White Sox 9 – 6 Bell (2-1) Contreras (5-10) 33,640 37-47
85 July 5 @ White Sox 11 – 4 Danks (5-6) Burres (4-3) 30,364 37-48
86 July 6 @ Rangers 4 – 3 (10) Benoit (3-2) Shuey (0-1) 24,035 37-49
87 July 7 @ Rangers 3 – 0 Bédard (7-4) McCarthy (4-6) 32,849 38-49
88 July 8 @ Rangers 2 – 1 Millwood (6-7) Cabrera (6-10) Gagné (12) 22,843 38-50
89 July 12 White Sox 9 – 7 Garland (7-6) Guthrie (4-3) Jenks (24) 21,000 38-51
90 July 13 White Sox 2 – 0 Bédard (8-4) Buehrle (6-5) Ray (15) 28,162 39-51
91 July 14 White Sox 7 – 6 (10) Ray (5-6) Haeger (0-1) 29,208 40-51
92 July 15 White Sox 5 – 3 Olson (1-0) Contreras (5-11) Ray (16) 29,382 41-51
93 July 16 @ Mariners 4 – 2 Ramírez (5-2) Burres (4-4) Putz (27) 23,128 41-52
94 July 17 @ Mariners 8 – 3 Guthrie (5-3) Hernández (6-5) 22,470 42-52
95 July 18 @ Mariners 6 – 5 Green (3-1) Báez (0-5) Putz (28) 28,550 42-53
96 July 20 @ Athletics 6 – 1 Bédard (9-4) Blanton (8-7) 18,444 43-53
97 July 21 @ Athletics 4 – 3 Haren (11-3) Trachsel (5-7) Embree (10) 30,828 43-54
98 July 22 @ Athletics 2 – 0 Guthrie (6-3) Braden (1-5) Walker (1) 25,552 44-54
99 July 24 Devil Rays 3 – 0 Cabrera (7-10) Kazmir (7-7) Walker (2) 42,579 45-54
100 July 25 Devil Rays 6 – 1 Bédard (10-4) Sonnanstine (1-6) 21,427 46-54
101 July 26 Devil Rays 10 – 7 Bell (3-1) Jackson (2-10) 22,393 47-54
102 July 27 Yankees 4 – 2 Guthrie (7-3) Pettitte (6-7) Bradford (1) 47,952 48-54
103 July 28 Yankees 7 – 5 Burres (5-4) Clemens (3-5) Walker (3) 48,402 49-54
104 July 29 Yankees 10 – 6 Wang (12-5) Cabrera (7-11) 47,936 49-55
105 July 31 @ Red Sox 5 – 3 Bédard (11-4) Beckett (13-5) Walker (4) 36,866 50-55
August
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
106 August 1 @ Red Sox 5 – 4 López (2-1) Parrish (2-2) Papelbon (24) 36,649 50-56
107 August 2 @ Red Sox 7 – 4 Wakefield (13-9) Bell (3-2) 36,457 50-57
108 August 3 @ Devil Rays 3 – 1 Cabrera (8-11) Shields (8-7) Báez (1) 15,542 51-57
109 August 4 @ Devil Rays 9 – 2 Kazmir (8-7) Burres (5-5) 18,230 51-58
110 August 5 @ Devil Rays 11 – 3 Bédard (12-4) Sonnanstine (1-7) 19,845 52-58
111 August 7 Mariners 10 – 3 Weaver (3-10) Walker (1-2) 25,060 52-59
112 August 8 Mariners 8 – 4 Hernández (8-6) Guthrie (7-4) Putz (33) 17,511 52-60
113 August 9 Mariners 13 – 8 Ramírez (7-3) Cabrera (8-12) Sherrill (1) 18,679 52-61
114 August 10 Red Sox 6 – 5 Hoey (1-0) Okajima (3-1) 48,993 53-61
115 August 11 Red Sox 6 – 2 Beckett (15-5) Olson (1-1) Papelbon (27) 49,242 53-62
116 August 12 Red Sox 6 – 3 (10) Bradford (1-4) Snyder (2-3) 48,551 54-62
117 August 13 @ Yankees 7 – 6 Rivera (3-3) Bradford (1-5) 54,398 54-63
118 August 14 @ Yankees 12 – 0 Cabrera (9-12) Karstens (0-3) 52,567 55-63
119 August 15 @ Yankees 6 – 3 (10) Bradford (2-5) Rivera (3-4) 53,363 56-63
120 August 17 @ Blue Jays 5 – 2 Burnett (7-6) Olson (1-2) Accardo (24) 25,524 56-64
121 August 18 @ Blue Jays 5 – 3 Trachsel (6-7) Litsch (4-6) Báez (2) 33,387 57-64
122 August 19 @ Blue Jays 3 – 2 (10) Downs (2-2) Bradford (2-6) 38,132 57-65
-- August 20 Rangers Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for August 22 57-65
123 August 21 Rangers 6 – 2 Bédard (13-4) Padilla (3-9) 18,926 58-65
124 August 22 Rangers 30 – 3 Gabbard (6-1) Cabrera (3-9) Littleton (1) 21,828 58-66
125 August 22 Rangers 9 – 7 Benoit (6-3) Hoey (1-1) Wilson (7) 21,828 58-67
126 August 23 Twins 5 – 2 Bonser (6-10) Trachsel (6-8) Guerrier (1) 19,389 58-68
127 August 24 Twins 7 – 4 Santana (14-9) Hoey (1-2) Nathan (28) 29,742 58-69
128 August 25 Twins 8 – 1 Garza (3-4) Liz (0-1) 28,700 58-70
129 August 26 Twins 11 – 3 Baker (7-6) Bédard (13-5) 30,876 58-71
130 August 28 Devil Rays 15 – 8 Dohmann (3-0) Hoey (1-3) 17,781 58-72
131 August 29 Devil Rays 5 – 4 (12) Balfour (1-2) Bell (3-3) Reyes (21) 16,944 58-73
132 August 30 Devil Rays 8 – 6 Kazmir (11-8) Guthrie (7-5) Reyes (22) 17,546 58-74
133 August 31 @ Red Sox 9 – 8 Birkins (1-1) Tavárez (7-10) Báez (3) 36,810 59-74
September
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
134 September 1 @ Red Sox 10 – 0 Buchholz (2-0) Olson (1-3) 36,819 59-75
135 September 2 @ Red Sox 3 – 2 Lester (3-0) Cabrera (9-14) Papelbon (31) 36,340 59-76
136 September 3 @ Devil Rays 9 – 7 Shields (11-8) Hoey (1-4) 10,350 59-77
137 September 4 @ Devil Rays 8 – 4 Bradford (3-6) Wheeler (1-7) 9,112 60-77
138 September 5 @ Devil Rays 17 – 2 Sonnanstine (5-9) Liz (0-2) 9,856 60-78
139 September 6 Red Sox 7 – 6 Buchholz (3-0) Báez (0-6) Papelbon (34) 27,472 60-79
140 September 7 Red Sox 4 – 0 Lester (4-0) Cabrera (9-15) 34,091 60-80
141 September 8 Red Sox 11 – 5 Leicester (1-1) Matsuzaka (14-12) 48,043 61-80
142 September 9 Red Sox 3 – 2 Beckett (18-6) Bradford (3-7) Papelbon (35) 39,234 61-81
143 September 11 Angels 10 – 5 Saunders (8-3) Santos (1-5) 15,371 61-82
144 September 12 Angels 18 – 6 Escobar (17-7) Cabrera (9-16) 15,136 61-83
145 September 13 Angels 3 – 0 Leicester (2-1) Lackey (16-9) Walker (5) 16,359 62-83
146 September 14 @ Blue Jays 6 – 2 Burres (6-5) Litsch (5-9) 31,106 63-83
147 September 15 @ Blue Jays 8 – 3 Halladay (15-7) Birkins (1-2) 37,441 63-84
148 September 16 @ Blue Jays 8 – 6 (12) Bell (4-3) Frasor (1-5) F. Cabrera (1) 38,934 64-84
149 September 17 @ Yankees 8 – 5 Hughes (4-3) Cabrera (9-17) Rivera (29) 52,548 64-85
150 September 18 @ Yankees 12 – 0 Mussina (10-10) Leicester (2-2) 52,685 64-86
151 September 19 @ Yankees 2 – 1 Pettitte (14-8) Burres (6-6) Rivera (30) 53,857 64-87
152 September 20 @ Rangers 6 – 3 Walker (2-2) Rheinecker (3-3) 20,136 65-87
153 September 21 @ Rangers 3 – 2 Mendoza (1-0) Santos (1-6) Benoit (6) 30,603 65-88
154 September 22 @ Rangers 11 – 9 Hoey (2-4) Littleton (3-2) Walker (6) 40,148 66-88
155 September 23 @ Rangers 3 – 0 Millwood (10-13) Leicester (2-3) Wilson (12) 37,812 66-89
156 September 24 Royals 3 – 2 Walker (3-2) Meche (9-13) Bradford (2) 15,769 67-89
157 September 25 Blue Jays 11 – 4 Burnett (10-7) Burres (6-7) 15,867 67-90
158 September 26 Blue Jays 8 – 5 Halladay (16-7) Zambrano (0-3) Accardo (29) 15,424 67-91
159 September 27 Blue Jays 8 – 5 Hoey (3-4) Tallet (2-4) Walker (7) 15,817 68-91
160 September 28 Yankees 10 – 9 (10) Bradford (4-7) Ramírez (1-1) 38,113 69-91
161 September 29 Yankees 11 – 10 Pettitte (15-9) Cabrera (9-15) Veras (2) 47,616 69-92
162 September 30 Yankees 10 – 4 Wright (2-0) Burres (6-8) 43,589 69-93

Player stats

Batting

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Ramón Hernández 106 364 94 .258 9 62
1B Kevin Millar 140 476 121 .254 17 63
2B Brian Roberts 156 621 180 .290 12 57
3B Melvin Mora 126 467 128 .274 14 58
SS Miguel Tejada 133 514 152 .296 18 81
RF Nick Markakis 161 637 191 .300 23 112
CF Corey Patterson 132 461 124 .269 8 45
LF Jay Payton 131 434 111 .256 7 58
DH Aubrey Huff 151 550 154 .280 15 72

Other batters

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
Jay Gibbons 84 270 62 .230 6 28
Chris Gomez 73 169 51 .302 1 16
Freddie Bynum 70 96 25 .260 2 11
Paul Bako 60 156 32 .205 1 8
Brandon Fahey 40 54 9 .167 0 1
Tike Redman 40 132 42 .318 2 16
Luis Hernández 30 69 20 .290 1 7
JR House 19 38 8 .211 3 3
Scott Moore 17 42 12 .255 1 11
Alberto Castillo 11 31 5 .161 1 3
Jon Knott 7 14 3 .214 1 4
Gustavo Molina 7 9 2 .222 0 0
Adam Stern 2 0 0 .000 0 0

Pitching

Starting pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Daniel Cabrera 34 204.1 9 18 5.55 166
Érik Bédard 28 182.0 13 5 3.16 221
Jeremy Guthrie 32 175.1 7 5 3.70 123
Steve Trachsel 25 140.2 6 8 4.48 45

Other pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Innings pitched; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G IP W L ERA SO
Brian Burres 37 121.0 6 8 5.95 96
Jon Leicester 10 32.0 2 3 7.59 16
Garrett Olson 7 32.1 1 3 7.79 28
Adam Loewen 6 30.1 2 0 3.56 21
Víctor Santos 4 14.1 0 2 8.16 4
Jaret Wright 3 10.1 0 3 6.97 7

Relief pitchers

Note: G = Games pitched; IP = Inning pitched; SV = Saves; W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; SO = Strikeouts

Player G W L SV ERA SO
Jamie Walker 81 3 2 7 3.23 41
Chad Bradford 78 4 7 2 3.34 29
Danys Báez 53 0 6 3 6.44 29
John Parrish 45 2 2 0 5.40 36
Chris Ray 43 5 6 16 4.43 44
Rob Bell 30 4 3 0 5.94 28
Paul Shuey 25 0 1 1 9.82 22
Jim Hoey 23 3 4 0 7.30 18
Kurt Birkins 19 1 2 0 8.13 30
Scott Williamson 16 1 0 0 4.40 16
Todd Williams 14 0 2 0 7.53 9
Rocky Cherry 10 0 0 0 7.71 10
Radhames Liz 9 0 2 0 6.93 24
Fernando Cabrera 7 0 0 1 12.60 9
Cory Doyne 5 0 0 0 14.73 2
Víctor Zambrano 5 0 1 0 9.49 11
Jim Johnson 1 0 0 0 9.00 1

Team leaders

Batting
Stat Player Total
Avg. Nick Markakis .300
HR Nick Markakis 23
RBI Nick Markakis 112
R Brian Roberts 103
H Nick Markakis 191
SB Brian Roberts 50
Pitching
Stat Player Total
W Érik Bédard
13
L Daniel Cabrera 18
SV Chris Ray 16
IP Daniel Cabrera 204.1
ERA Érik Bédard 3.16
SO Érik Bédard 221

Roster

2007 Baltimore Orioles
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Norfolk Tides International League Gary Allenson
AA Bowie Baysox Eastern League Bien Figueroa
A Frederick Keys Carolina League Tommy Thompson
A Delmarva Shorebirds South Atlantic League Gary Kendall
A-Short Season Aberdeen IronBirds New York–Penn League Andy Etchebarren
Rookie Bluefield Orioles Appalachian League Alex Arias

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Frederick[13]

References

  • Game Logs:
1st Half: Baltimore Orioles Game Log on ESPN.com
2nd Half: Baltimore Orioles Game Log on ESPN.com
  1. ^ Jaret Wright Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
  2. ^ a b Paul Shuey Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
  3. ^ "Gustavo Molina Stats".
  4. ^ "John Parrish Stats".
  5. ^ "Chris Gomez Stats".
  6. ^ "Scott Moore Stats".
  7. ^ "Victor Santos Stats".
  8. ^ "Victor Zambrano Stats".
  9. ^ "Ten years later: Revisiting the Orioles' 30-3 loss". August 22, 2017.
  10. ^ Sullivan, T. R. (September 22, 2007). "Rangers score 30 in twin-bill opener. Offensive output is most runs scored in 110 years". mlb.com. Retrieved August 23, 2007.
  11. ^ "Rangers vs. Orioles - Game Recap - August 22, 2007 - ESPN".
  12. ^ "Texas Rangers at Baltimore Orioles Box Score, August 22, 2007".
  13. ^ Baseball America 2007 Directory and MilB.com