2010 Baltimore Orioles
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record66–96 (.407)
Divisional place5th
Other information
Owner(s)Peter Angelos
General manager(s)Andy MacPhail
Manager(s)Dave Trembley, Juan Samuel, Buck Showalter
Local televisionMASN
WJZ-TV (CBS 13)
(Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer, Mike Flanagan)
Local radioBaltimore Orioles Radio Network
(Joe Angel, Fred Manfra)
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The Baltimore Orioles 2010 season was the 110th season in franchise history, 57th in Baltimore, and 19th at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Offseason

The Orioles made many significant roster moves prior to the 2010 season. The team parted ways with several contributors from the 2009 season including Aubrey Huff, and Melvin Mora who was the team's longest tenured player. Miguel Tejada returned to the team to replace Mora at third base and brought in Garrett Atkins to play first. The Orioles also looked to improve the pitching staff by trading for veteran Kevin Millwood from the Texas Rangers and signing free agent closer Michael Gonzalez.

Regular season

Despite some predictions that the Orioles would have one of their best seasons in years (possibly even finishing with a .500 winning average), the Orioles continued to struggle throughout the first half of the season. The Orioles 2010 season got off to a horrendous start the team going 2–16 to start the season, last in the league by some margin[1] and the second-worst in franchise history.[2] On April 12, the team set a club record for the lowest paid attendance in Camden Yards history as only 9,129 attended the game versus the Tampa Bay Rays.[3] They would end the month of April 5–18. May would be only slightly better as the team posted a 10–18 record for the month. On June 4, 2010. the Orioles fired manager Dave Trembley after compiling a record of 187 wins and 283 losses since being promoted during the 2007 season. At the time they were on an 8-game losing streak and had the worst record in the league at 15–39. Trembley was replaced by third base coach Juan Samuel on an interim basis.[4]

The managerial change accomplished little as the team's struggles continued under Samuel. Despite sweeping a four-game series from the Texas Rangers in Texas to head into the All-Star break, the Orioles went 25–59 in the first half. The team went 7–19 in the month of July.

On July 29, the Orioles hired Buck Showalter to be the team's full-time manager.[5] He was introduced on August 2 and made his debut on August 3, by which time Samuel's record as manager was 17–34.[6] Showalter chose to wear the number 26 in honor of his friend and former Orioles manager Johnny Oates.[7] It was announced that Juan Samuel would not resume his role as third base coach and would instead take on a new role as a Dominican scout for the team.

With Showalter in the dugout the Orioles went 17–11 in August, their first winning month all season and first winning August since 2004. However, on August 29, the Orioles became the first team to be mathematically eliminated from playoff contention for the MLB 2010 season.[8]

The Orioles finished out the season by going 17–13 in the months of September and October, making the team 34–23 under Showalter. This was the best record of any AL team over the same stretch of time, one commentator stating that "The Orioles had two different seasons. Before Buck and After Buck."[9]

2010 also marked the first time since 2004 that the Orioles improved on their previous season's win total. Their final record for the 2010 season was 66–96.

Roster

2010 Baltimore Orioles
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches

Season standings

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Tampa Bay Rays 96 66 0.593 49–32 47–34
New York Yankees 95 67 0.586 1 52–29 43–38
Boston Red Sox 89 73 0.549 7 46–35 43–38
Toronto Blue Jays 85 77 0.525 11 45–33 40–44
Baltimore Orioles 66 96 0.407 30 37–44 29–52


Record vs. opponents

Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 9–9 4–3 3–3 5–5 2–4 6–0 3–5 5–13 3–7 3–6 7–11 6–4 3–15 7–11
Boston 9–9 1–6 4–4 3–3 4–3 9–1 3–2 9–9 4–5 7–3 7–11 4–6 12–6 13–5
Chicago 3–4 6–1 9–9 8–10 10–8 7–2 5–13 2–4 4–5 9–1 3–4 4–5 3–5 15–3
Cleveland 3–3 4–4 9–9 9–9 10–8 5–4 6–12 2–6 3–6 3–4 2–7 2–4 6–4 5–13
Detroit 5–5 3–3 10–8 9–9 10–8 6–4 9–9 4–4 3–3 3–5 1–6 3–6 4–4 11–7
Kansas City 4–2 3-4 9–10 8–10 8–10 3-7 5–13 3–5 3–6 5–4 4–4 2–7 3–3 8–10
Los Angeles 0–6 1–9 2–7 4–5 4–6 7–3 2–5 4–4 11–8 15–4 4–5 9–10 6–3 11–7
Minnesota 5–3 2–3 13–5 12–6 9–9 13–5 5–2 2–4 6–3 6-4 3–5 7–3 3–6 8–10
New York 13–5 9–9 4–2 6-2 4–4 5–3 4–4 4–2 9–1 6–4 8–10 4–4 8–10 11–7
Oakland 7–3 5–4 5–4 6–3 3–3 6–3 8–11 3–6 1–9 13–6 4–5 9–10 3–4 8–10
Seattle 6–3 3–7 1–9 4–3 5–3 4–5 4–15 4–6 4–6 6–13 2–7 7–12 2–3 9–9
Tampa Bay 11–7 11–7 4–3 7–2 6–1 4–4 5–4 5–3 10–8 5–4 7–2 4–2 10–8 7–11
Texas 4–6 6–4 5–4 4–2 6–3 7–2 10-9 3-7 4-4 10-9 12–7 2–4 3–7 14–4
Toronto 15–3 6–12 5–3 4–6 4–4 3–3 3–6 6–3 10–8 4–3 3–2 8–10 7–3 7–11


Game log

2010 game log
April (5–18)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 6 @ Rays 4–3 Soriano (1–0) Gonzalez (0–1) 36,973 0–1
2 April 7 @ Rays 4–3 Garza (1–0) Guthrie (0–1) Soriano (1) 15,220 0–2
3 April 8 @ Rays 5–4 Matusz (1–0) Ekstrom (0–1) Gonzalez (1) 16,191 1–2
4 April 9 Blue Jays 7–6 Janssen (2–0) Gonzalez (0–2) Gregg (1) 48,891 1–3
5 April 10 Blue Jays 3–0 Eveland (1–0) D. Hernandez (0–1) Frasor (3) 21,148 1–4
6 April 11 Blue Jays 5–2 Janssen (3–0) Millwood (0–1) Gregg (2) 22,499 1–5
7 April 12 Rays 5–1 Garza (2–0) Guthrie (0–2) 9,129 1–6
8 April 13 Rays 8–6 Cormier (1–0) Albers (0–1) Soriano (2) 13,731 1–7
9 April 14 Rays 9–1 Price (2–0) Bergesen (0–1) 10,248 1–8
10 April 15 @ Athletics 6–2 Sheets (1–0) D. Hernandez (0–2) 17,382 1–9
11 April 16 @ Athletics 4–2 Braden (2–0) Millwood (0–2) Bailey (1) 12,225 1–10
12 April 17 @ Athletics 4–3 Blevins (2–0) Johnson (0–1) 15,072 1–11
13 April 18 @ Athletics 8–3 Matusz (2–0) Anderson (1–1) Johnson (1) 14,451 2–11
14 April 19 @ Mariners 8–2 Fister (2–1) Bergesen (0–2) 14,528 2–12
15 April 20 @ Mariners 3–1 Vargas (2–1) D. Hernandez (0–3) Aardsma (6) 15,931 2–13
16 April 21 @ Mariners 4–1 F. Hernández (2–0) Millwood (0–3) 18,401 2–14
17 April 23 @ Red Sox 4–3 Delcarmen (1–1) Albers (0–2) Papelbon (4) 37,367 2–15
18 April 24 @ Red Sox 7–6 Lackey (2–1) Albers (0–3) Papelbon (5) 38,017 2–16
19 April 25 @ Red Sox 7–6 Johnson (1–1) Atchinson (0–1) Meredith (1) 37,102 3–16
20 April 27 Yankees 5–4 Castillo (1–0) Robertson (0-1) Simón (1) 20,536 4–16
21 April 28 Yankees 8–3 Sabathia (3–1) Guthrie (0–3) 17,248 4–17
22 April 29 Yankees 4–0 A. J. Burnett (3–0) Matusz (2–1) 26,439 4–18
23 April 30 Red Sox 5–4 (10) Albers (1–3) Ramírez (0–1) 30,668 5–18
May (10–18)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
24 May 1 Red Sox 12–9 Bergesen (1–2) Matsuzaka (0–1) Simón (2) 35,164 6–18
25 May 2 Red Sox 3–2 (10) Albers (2–3) Papelbon (1–2) 34,255 7–18
26 May 3 @ Yankees 4–1 Sabathia (4–1) Guthrie (0–4) Chamberlain (1) 41,571 7–19
27 May 4 @ Yankees 4–1 A. J. Burnett (4–0) Matusz (2–2) Chamberlain (2) 43,260 7–20
28 May 5 @ Yankees 7–5 Pettitte (4–0) D. Hernandez (0–4) Aceves (1) 43,425 7–21
29 May 6 @ Twins 2–0 Bergesen (2–2) Pavano (3–3) Simón (3) 38,489 8–21
30 May 8 @ Twins 7–3 Guthrie (1–4) Liriano (4–1) 38,608 9–21
31 May 8 @ Twins 6–1 Baker (4–2) Millwood (0–4) 38,863 9–22
32 May 9 @ Twins 6–0 Blackburn (3–1) Matusz (2–3) 38,641 9–23
33 May 11 Mariners 5–1 Lee (1–1) D. Hernandez (0–4) League (1) 12,614 9–24
34 May 12 Mariners 5–2 Bergesen (3–2) Rowland-Smith (0–3) Simón (4) 11,448 10–24
35 May 13 Mariners 6–5 Hendrickson (1–0) League (3–3) Simón (5) 20,938 11–24
36 May 14 Indians 8–1 Guthrie (2–4) Masterson (0–4) 25,902 12–24
37 May 15 Indians 8–2 Talbot (5–2) Simón (0–1) 29,545 12–25
38 May 16 Indians 5–1 Westbrook (2–2) Hendrickson (1–1) 29,323 12–26
39 May 17 Royals 4–3 Davies (3–2) Bergesen (3–3) Soria (10) 9,299 12–27
40 May 18 Royals 4–3 (10) Simón (1–1) Bullington (0–1) 9,715 13–27
41 May 19 @ Rangers 4–3 Francisco (5–3) Meredith (0–1) 22,321 13–28
42 May 20 @ Rangers 13–7 Feldman (2–4) Matusz (2–4) 17,304 13–29
43 May 21 @ Nationals 5–3 D. Hernandez (1–5) Olsen (2–2) Simón (6) 27,378 14–29
44 May 22 @ Nationals 7–6 Walker (1–0) Hendrickson (1–2) Capps (16) 30,290 14–30
45 May 23 @ Nationals 4–3 (10) Slaten (2–0) Meredith (0–2) 27,535 14–31
46 May 25 Athletics 5–1 Guthrie (3–4) Ross (1–3) 14,686 15–31
47 May 26 Athletics 6–1 Cahill (3–2) Matusz (2–5) 19,153 15–32
48 May 27 Athletics 7–5 Wuertz (2–0) Hendrickson (1–3) Bailey (9) 26,279 15–33
49 May 28 @ Blue Jays 5–0 Marcum (5–1) Millwood (0–5) 16,360 15–34
50 May 29 @ Blue Jays 5–2 Cecil (5–2) Berken (0–1) Gregg (13) 16,194 15–35
51 May 30 @ Blue Jays 6–1 Romero (5–2) Guthrie (3–5) 15,878 15–36
June (9–17)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
52 June 1 @ Yankees 3–1 Vasquez (4–5) Matusz (2–6) Rivera (11) 43,059 15–37
53 June 2 @ Yankees 9–1 Hughes (7–1) Bergesen (3–4) 44,465 15–38
54 June 3 @ Yankees 6–3 Sabathia (5–3) Millwood (0–6) Rivera (12) 44,927 15–39
55 June 4 Red Sox 11–0 Buchholz (8–3) Tillman (0–1) 30,070 15–40
56 June 5 Red Sox 8–2 Lester (7–2) Guthrie (3–6) 40,001 15–41
57 June 6 Red Sox 4–3 (11) D. Hernandez (2–5) Okajima (2–2) 27,774 16–41
58 June 8 Yankees 12–7 Hughes (8–1) Millwood (0–7) 23,171 16–42
59 June 9 Yankees 4–2 Sabathia (6–3) Tillman (0–2) Rivera (14) 16,451 16–43
60 June 10 Yankees 4–3 Arrieta (1–0) A. J. Burnett (6–4) D. Hernandez (1) 27,064 17–43
61 June 11 Mets 5–1 Dickey (4–0) Guthrie (3–7) 28,554 17–44
62 June 12 Mets 3–1 Takahashi (5–2) Matusz (2–7) F. Rodríguez (13) 42,248 17–45
63 June 13 Mets 11–4 Pelfrey (9–1) Millwood (0–8) 24,848 17–46
64 June 14 @ Giants 10–2 Sánchez (5–5) Tillman (0–3) 33,822 17–47
65 June 15 @ Giants 4–1 Arrieta (2–0) J. Martinez (0–1) D. Hernandez (2) 35,498 18–47
66 June 16 @ Giants 6–3 Lincecum (7–2) Guthrie (3–8) B. Wilson (18) 38,485 18–48
67 June 18 @ Padres 3–2 Bell (3–0) D. Hernandez (2–6) 25,167 18–49
68 June 19 @ Padres 5–4 Millwood (1–8) Richard (4–4) Simón (7) 28,183 19–49
69 June 20 @ Padres 9–4 Garland (7–5) Arrieta (2–1) 28,029 19–50
70 June 22 Marlins 10–4 Sánchez (7–4) Guthrie (3–9) 14,821 19–51
71 June 23 Marlins 7–5 Nolasco (6–6) Matusz (2–8) Núñez (16) 17,720 19–52
72 June 24 Marlins 11–5 Millwood (2–8) Robertson (5–6) 15,397 20–52
73 June 25 Nationals 7–6 Simón (2–1) Clippard (8–4) 43,484 21–52
74 June 26 Nationals 6–5 Berken (1–1) S. Burnett (0–4) Simón (8) 28,635 22–52
75 June 27 Nationals 4–3 D. Hernandez (3–6) Clippard (8–5) Simón (9) 22,951 23–52
76 June 29 Athletics 4–2 Mazzaro (3–2) Matusz (2–9) Bailey (15) 11,987 23–53
77 June 30 Athletics 9–6 Albers (3–3) Bowers (0–1) Simón (10) 21,392 24–53
July (7–19)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
78 July 1 Athletics 8–1 Cahill (8–2) Arrieta (2–2) 15,712 24–54
79 July 2 @ Red Sox 3–2 Wakefield (3–6) Bergesen (3–5) Papelbon (19) 38,067 24–55
80 July 3 @ Red Sox 9–3 Lester (10–3) Guthrie (3–10) 38,106 24–56
81 July 4 @ Red Sox 6–1 Matusz (3–9) Lackey (9–4) 37,742 25–56
82 July 5 @ Tigers 12–9 Bonine (4–0) Hendrickson (1–4) 26,432 25–57
83 July 6 @ Tigers 7–5 (11) Perry (2–4) D. Hernandez (3–7) 22,532 25–58
84 July 7 @ Tigers 4–2 Scherzer (6–6) Bergesen (3–6) Coke (1) 22,837 25–59
85 July 8 @ Rangers 6–4 D. Hernandez (4–7) Francisco (6–4) Simón (11) 16,240 26–59
86 July 9 @ Rangers 7–6 (11) Berken (2–1) Nippert (3–4) Simón (12) 24,216 27–59
87 July 10 @ Rangers 6–1 Tillman (1–3) Lee (8–4) 41,093 28–59
88 July 11 @ Rangers 4–1 Arrieta (3–2) C. J. Wilson (7–5) Simón (13) 24,566 29–59
89 July 16 Blue Jays 4–2 Romero (7–6) Bergesen (3–7) Gregg (21) 18,120 29–60
90 July 17 Blue Jays 3–2 Morrow (6–6) Berken (2–2) Camp (1) 28,518 29–61
91 July 18 Blue Jays 10–1 Marcum (8–4) Matusz (3–10) 14,032 29–62
92 July 19 Rays 1–8 Davis (7–9) Tillman (1–4) 12,792 29–63
93 July 20 Rays 11–10 (13) Uehara (1–0) Cormier (3–2) 16,623 30–63
94 July 21 Rays 4–5 Shields (8–9) Bergesen (3–8) Soriano (24) 19,286 30–64
95 July 22 Twins 0–5 Pavano (12–6) Millwood (2–9) 20,108 30–65
96 July 23 Twins 3–2 Guthrie (4–10) Slama (0–1) Simón (14) 19,013 31–65
97 July 24 Twins 2–7 Baker (8–9) Matusz (3–11) 22,299 31–66
98 July 25 Twins 4–10 Slowey (9–5) Arrieta (3–3) 17,408 31–67
99 July 26 @ Blue Jays 5–9 Morrow (7–6) Bergesen (3–9) Purcey (1) 17,422 31–68
100 July 27 @ Blue Jays 2–8 Romero (8–7) Millwood (2–10) 16,862 31–69
101 July 28 @ Blue Jays 0–5 Mills (1–0) Guthrie (4–11) 17,041 31–70
102 July 29 @ Royals 6–5 (11) D. Hernandez (5–7) Wood (0–2) Simón (15) 17,220 32–70
103 July 30 @ Royals 5–7 Wood (1–2) Simón (2–2) 21,537 32–71
104 July 31 @ Royals 3–4 Greinke (7–10) D. Hernandez (5–8) Soria (28) 25,055 32–72
August (17–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
105 August 1 @ Royals 5–4 Chen (6–5) Millwood (2–11) Soria (29) 14,662 32–73
106 August 3 Angels 6–3 Guthrie (5–11) Rodríguez (0–2) 16,723 33–73
107 August 4 Angels 9–7 Matusz (4–11) Santana (10–8) Simón (16) 13,467 34–73
108 August 5 Angels 5–4 Berken (3–2) F. Rodríguez (0–3) 17,362 35–73
109 August 6 White Sox 2–1 (10) Simón (3–2) Peña (3–2) 19, 687 36–73
110 August 7 White Sox 4–2 Floyd (8–8) Berken (3–3) Putz (3) 24, 929 36–74
111 August 8 White Sox 4–3 Guthrie (6–11) Buehrle (10–9) Simón (17) 18,283 37–74
112 August 9 White Sox 3–2 (10) Albers (4–3) Putz (5–3) 14,135 38–74
113 August 10 @ Indians 14–8 Arrieta (4–3) Masterson (6–11) 13,541 39–74
114 August 11 @ Indians 3–1 Bergesen (4–9) Tomlin (1–2) 11,155 40–74
115 August 12 @ Indians 4–1 Gómez (3–0) Millwood (2–12) Perez (14) 14,533 40–75
116 August 13 @ Rays 5–0 Guthrie (7–11) Shields (10–11) 24,277 41–75
117 August 14 @ Rays 7–3 Sonnanstine (3–1) Matusz (4–12) 36,189 41–76
118 August 15 @ Rays 3–2 Hellickson (3–0) Arrieta (4–4) Soriano (33) 29,654 41–77
119 August 16 Mariners 5–4 Albers (5–3) White (0–1) 12,375 42–77
120 August 17 Mariners 4–0 French (2–3) Millwood (2–13) League (3) 14,739 42–78
121 August 18 Mariners 6–5 Pauley (2–4) Guthrie (7–12) Aardsma (1) 11,213 42–79
122 August 19 Rangers 4–0 Matusz (5–12) Lewis (9–10) 14,635 43–79
123 August 20 Rangers 2–0 C. J. Wilson (12–5) Arrieta (4–5) Feliz (30) 18,751 43–80
124 August 21 Rangers 8–6 Bergesen (5–9) Lee (10–7) Uehara (1) 23,041 44–80
125 August 22 Rangers 6–4 Hunter (10–2) Millwood (2–14) Feliz (31) 14,788 44–81
126 August 24 @ White Sox 7–5 Floyd (9–10) Guthrie (7–13) Jenks (24) 26,263 44–82
127 August 25 @ White Sox 4–2 Matusz (6–12) Buehrle (12–10) Uehara (2) 23,733 45–82
128 August 26 @ White Sox 8–0 E. Jackson (2–0) Arrieta (4–6) 23,898 45–83
129 August 27 @ Angels 3–1 Bergesen (6–9) Bell (1–4) Uehara (3) 43,127 46–83
130 August 28 @ Angels 5–0 Millwood (3–14) Kazmir (8–12) 43,127 47–83
131 August 29 @ Angels 1–0 Guthrie (8–13) Weaver (11–10) Uehara (4) 38,232 48–83
132 August 31 Red Sox 5–2 Matusz (7–12) Beckett (4–4) Uehara (5) 18,247 49–83
September (14–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
133 September 1 Red Sox 9–6 Lester (15–8) Hendrickson (1–5) Papelbon (34) 16,210 49–84
134 September 2 Red Sox 6–4 Matsuzaka (9–4) Bergesen (6–10) Papelbon (35) 26,954 49–85
135 September 3 Rays 4–1 Garza (14–7) Millwood (3–15) Soriano (41) 13,507 49–86
136 September 4 Rays 8–4 Guthrie (9–13) Shields (13–12) 18,943 50–86
137 September 5 Rays 8–7 Simón (4–2) Wheeler (2–2) Uehara (6) 28,268 51–86
138 September 6 @ Yankees 4–3 Matusz (8–12) A. J. Burnett (10–13) Uehara (7) 46,103 52–86
139 September 7 @ Yankees 6–2 Arrieta (5–6) Sabathia (19–6) 46,432 53–86
140 September 8 @ Yankees 3–2 Chamberlain (3–4) Uehara (1–1) 44,163 53–87
141 September 10 @ Tigers 6–3 D. Hernandez (6–8) Coke (7–5) Uehara (8) 28,575 54–87
142 September 11 @ Tigers 5–3 Guthrie (10–13) Scherzer (10–10) Uehara (9) 28,139 55–87
143 September 12 @ Tigers 6–2 Verlander (16–8) Gonzalez (0–3) 24,170 55–88
144 September 13 Blue Jays 6–2 (11) D. Hernandez (7–8) Tallet (2–6) 9,882 56–88
145 September 14 Blue Jays 11–3 Arrieta (6–6) Hill (0–2) 16,589 57–88
146 September 15 Blue Jays 3–1 Bergesen (7–10) Drabek (0–1) 13,651 58–88
147 September 17 Yankees 4–3 D. Robertson (4–4) Uehara (1–2) Rivera (6) 32,874 58–89
148 September 18 Yankees 11–3 Sabathia (20–6) Guthrie (10–14) 48,775 58–90
149 September 19 Yankees 4–3 (11) Gonzalez (1–3) D. Robertson (4–5) 39,537 59–90
150 September 20 @ Red Sox 4–2 D. Hernandez (8–8) Matsuzaka (9-6) Uehara (10) 37,560 60–90
151 September 21 @ Red Sox 9–1 Bergesen (8–10) Atchison (2–3) 37,464 61–90
152 September 22 @ Red Sox 6–1 Lackey (13–11) Millwood (3–16) 37,729 61–91
153 September 24 @ Blue Jays 6–4 Cecil (14–7) Tillman (1–5) Carlson (1) 13,412 61–92
154 September 25 @ Blue Jays 5–4 (11) Purcey (1–1) Hendrickson (1–6) 21,504 61–93
155 September 26 @ Blue Jays 5–2 Marcum (13–8) VandenHurk (0–1) Frasor (4) 17,831 61–94
156 September 27 @ Rays 4–0 Matusz (9–12) Davis (12–10) 12,446 62–94
157 September 28 @ Rays 5–0 Price (19–6) Bergesen (8–11) 17,891 62–95
158 September 29 @ Rays 2–0 Millwood (4–16) Niemann (11–8) Uehara (11) 36,973 63–95
October (3–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
159 October 1 Tigers 10–6 Tillman (2–5) Bonderman (8–10) 64–95
160 October 1 Tigers 2–1 Guthrie (11–14) Porcello (10–12) Uehara (12) 20,870 65–95
161 October 2 Tigers 2–1 Matusz (10–12) Galarraga (4–9) Uehara (13) 35,332 66–95
162 October 3 Tigers 4–2 Schlereth (2–0) Bergesen (8–12) Valverde (26) 23,914 66–96

Player stats

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At Bats; R = Runs scored; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; AVG = Batting average; SB = Stolen bases

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
Jake Arrieta 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Garrett Atkins 44 140 5 30 7 0 1 9 .214 0
Josh Bell 53 159 15 34 5 0 3 12 .214 0
Brad Bergesen 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 .333 0
Jake Fox 38 100 10 22 5 1 5 10 .220 0
Jeremy Guthrie 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
David Hernandez 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Rhyne Hughes 14 47 3 10 2 0 0 4 .213 0
César Izturis 150 473 42 109 13 1 1 28 .230 11
Adam Jones 149 581 76 165 25 5 19 69 .284 7
Julio Lugo 93 241 26 60 4 2 0 20 .249 5
Nick Markakis 160 629 79 187 45 3 12 60 .297 7
Brian Matusz 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Kevin Millwood 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Lou Montanez 26 57 2 8 0 0 0 3 .140 1
Scott Moore 41 86 7 17 5 0 2 10 .209 3
Corey Patterson 90 308 43 83 16 1 8 32 .269 21
Félix Pie 82 288 39 79 15 5 5 31 .274 5
Nolan Reimold 39 116 9 24 5 0 3 14 .207 0
Brian Roberts 59 230 28 64 14 0 4 15 .278 1
Luke Scott 131 447 70 127 29 1 27 72 .284 2
Brandon Snyder 10 20 1 6 2 0 0 3 .300 0
Craig Tatum 43 114 11 32 4 0 0 9 .281 1
Miguel Tejada 97 401 40 108 16 0 7 39 .269 0
Chris Tillman 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Justin Turner 5 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Matt Wieters 130 446 37 111 22 1 11 55 .249 0
Ty Wigginton 154 581 63 144 29 1 22 76 .248 0

Pitching

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP R ER BB K
Matt Albers 5 3 4.52 62 0 0 75.2 41 38 34 49
Jake Arrieta 6 6 4.66 18 18 0 100.1 57 52 48 52
Brad Bergesen 8 12 4.98 30 28 0 170.0 104 94 51 81
Jason Berken 3 3 3.03 41 0 0 62.1 24 21 19 45
Alberto Pastillo 1 0 10.13 14 0 0 10.2 12 12 6 11
Armando Gabino 0 0 13.50 5 0 0 4.2 7 7 3 2
Michael Gonzalez 1 3 4.01 29 0 1 24.2 11 11 14 31
Jeremy Guthrie 11 14 3.83 32 32 0 209.1 93 89 50 119
Mark Hendrickson 1 6 5.26 52 1 0 75.1 47 44 20 55
David Hernandez 8 8 4.31 41 8 2 79.1 40 38 42 72
Jim Johnson 1 1 3.42 26 0 1 26.1 11 10 5 22
Frank Mata 0 0 7.79 15 0 0 17.1 16 15 8 9
Brian Matusz 10 12 4.68 32 32 0 175.2 88 84 63 143
Cla Meredith 0 2 5.40 21 0 1 15.0 9 9 4 7
Kam Mickolio 0 0 7.36 3 0 0 3.2 3 3 3 4
Kevin Millwood 4 16 5.10 31 31 0 190.2 116 108 65 132
Will Ohman 0 0 3.30 51 0 0 30.0 12 11 18 29
Troy Patton 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0.2 0 0 1 1
Chris Tillman 2 5 5.87 11 11 0 53.2 37 35 31 31
Alfredo Simón 4 2 4.93 49 0 17 49.1 30 27 22 37
Koji Uehara 1 2 2.86 43 0 13 44.0 15 14 5 55
Henricus VandenHurk 0 1 4.96 7 0 0 16.1 10 9 7 17
Pedro Viola 0 0 13.50 2 0 0 1.1 2 2 1 3

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Norfolk Tides International League Gary Allenson and Bobby Dickerson
AA Bowie Baysox Eastern League Brad Komminsk
A Frederick Keys Carolina League Orlando Gómez
A Delmarva Shorebirds South Atlantic League Ryan Minor
A-Short Season Aberdeen IronBirds New York–Penn League Gary Kendall
Rookie Bluefield Orioles Appalachian League Einar Díaz
Rookie GCL Orioles Gulf Coast League Ramón Sambo

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