2018 Baltimore Orioles
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Record47–115 (.290)
Divisional place5th
Other information
Owner(s)Peter Angelos
General manager(s)Dan Duquette
Manager(s)Buck Showalter
Local televisionMASN
(Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer, Mike Bordick, Jim Hunter)
Local radioWJZ-FM
Baltimore Orioles Radio Network
(Joe Angel, Jim Hunter, Ben McDonald, Mike Bordick)
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The 2018 Baltimore Orioles season was the team's 118th season overall, 65th in Baltimore, and 27th at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. They attempted to rebound from their first losing season since 2011 when they went 75–87. The Orioles failed to do so. Instead, they suffered one of the worst seasons in MLB history, en route to finishing 47–115. The Orioles set several statistical records and quirks, such as being 60 or more games behind the division (later World Series) champions Boston Red Sox. With the 47–115 record, they became the first team since the 2003 Tigers, who also suffered a similar fate when they went 43–119, to have fewer than 50 wins in a full 162-game season. First baseman Chris Davis posted a .168 batting average in his third year of a 7-year, $161 million contract, the worst in Orioles history.

To further add to the team's abysmal season, their top players such as Manny Machado, Zack Britton, Jonathan Schoop, Darren O'Day, Kevin Gausman, and Brad Brach were all traded in the trade deadline.

Manager Buck Showalter and general manager Dan Duquette's contracts expired and were not renewed concluding the season.[1][2]

Offseason

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Regular season

Season standings

American League East

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Boston Red Sox 108 54 0.667 57–24 51–30
New York Yankees 100 62 0.617 8 53–28 47–34
Tampa Bay Rays 90 72 0.556 18 51–30 39–42
Toronto Blue Jays 73 89 0.451 35 40–41 33–48
Baltimore Orioles 47 115 0.290 61 28–53 19–62


American League Wild Card

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Boston Red Sox 108 54 0.667
Houston Astros 103 59 0.636
Cleveland Indians 91 71 0.562


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
New York Yankees 100 62 0.617 +3
Oakland Athletics 97 65 0.599
Tampa Bay Rays 90 72 0.556 7
Seattle Mariners 89 73 0.549 8
Los Angeles Angels 80 82 0.494 17
Minnesota Twins 78 84 0.481 19
Toronto Blue Jays 73 89 0.451 24
Texas Rangers 67 95 0.414 30
Detroit Tigers 64 98 0.395 33
Chicago White Sox 62 100 0.383 35
Kansas City Royals 58 104 0.358 39
Baltimore Orioles 47 115 0.290 50


Record against opponents


Source: AL Standings Head-to-head
Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 3–16 3–4 2–5 2–4 1–6 2–4 1–5 1–6 7–12 1–5 1–6 8–11 3–4 5–14 7–13
Boston 16–3 3–4 3–4 4–2 3–4 5–1 6–0 4–3 10–9 2–4 4–3 11–8 6–1 15–4 16–4
Chicago 4–3 4–3 5–14 7–12 0–7 11–8 2–5 7–12 2–4 2–5 2–4 4–2 4–3 2–4 6–14
Cleveland 5–2 4–3 14–5 13–6 3–4 12–7 3–3 10–9 2–5 2–4 2–5 2–4 4–2 3–4 12–8
Detroit 4–2 2–4 12–7 6–13 1–5 8–11 3–4 7–12 3–4 0–7 3–4 2–4 3–4 4–3 6–14
Houston 6–1 4–3 7–0 4–3 5–1 5–1 13–6 4–2 2–5 12–7 9–10 3–4 12–7 4–2 13–7
Kansas City 4–2 1–5 8–11 7–12 11–8 1–5 1–6 10–9 2–5 2–5 1–5 0–7 2–5 2–5 6–14
Los Angeles 5–1 0–6 5–2 3–3 4–3 6–13 6–1 4–3 1–5 10–9 8–11 1–6 13–6 4–3 10–10
Minnesota 6–1 3–4 12–7 9–10 12–7 2–4 9–10 3–4 2–5 2–5 1–5 3–4 2–4 4–2 8–12
New York 12–7 9–10 4–2 5–2 4–3 5–2 5–2 5–1 5–2 3–3 5–1 10–9 4–3 13–6 11–9
Oakland 5–1 4–2 5–2 4–2 7–0 7–12 5–2 9–10 5–2 3–3 9–10 2–5 13–6 7–0 12–8
Seattle 6–1 3–4 4–2 5–2 4–3 10–9 5–1 11–8 5–1 1–5 10–9 6–1 10–9 3–4 6–14
Tampa Bay 11–8 8–11 2–4 4–2 4–2 4–3 7–0 6–1 4–3 9–10 5–2 1–6 5–1 13–6 7–13
Texas 4–3 1–6 3–4 2–4 4–3 7–12 5–2 6–13 4–2 3–4 6–13 9–10 1–5 3–3 9–11
Toronto 14–5 4–15 4–2 4–3 3–4 2–4 5–2 3–4 2–4 6–13 0–7 4–3 6–13 3–3 13–7

Detailed records

Detailed records

Game log

Past Games Legend
Orioles Win
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Orioles Loss
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Game Postponed
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Eliminated from Playoff Contention
(#933)
Bold denotes an Orioles pitcher
Baltimore Orioles 2018 Season Game Log — Season Record: 47–115 (.290)
March/April: 8–20 (Home: 5–10 ; Away: 3–10)
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1 March 29 Twins 3–2 (11) Bleier (1–0) Rodney (0–1) 45,469 1–0 W1
2 March 31 Twins 2–6 Gibson (1–0) Cashner (0–1) 17,763 1–1 L1
3 April 1 Twins 0–7 Berríos (1–0) Gausman (0–1) 17,212 1–2 L2
4 April 2 @ Astros 1–6 Morton (1–0) Tillman (0–1) 42,675 1–3 L3
5 April 3 @ Astros 6–10 Rondón (1–0) Araújo (0–1) 40,081 1–4 L4
6 April 4 @ Astros 2–3 Peacock (1–0) Castro (0–1) 27,698 1–5 L5
7 April 5 @ Yankees 5–2 Cashner (1–1) Tanaka (1–1) Brach (1) 33,653 2–5 W1
8 April 6 @ Yankees 7–3 (14) Araújo (1–1) Holder (1–1) 34,244 3–5 W2
9 April 7 @ Yankees 3–8 Gray (1–0) Tillman (0–2) 34,388 3–6 L1
10 April 8 @ Yankees 8–7 (12) Bleier (2–0) Warren (0–1) Brach (2) 37,096 4–6 W1
11 April 9 Blue Jays 1–7 Happ (2–1) Bundy (0–1) 7,915 4–7 L1
12 April 10 Blue Jays 1–2 Sanchez (1–1) O'Day (0–1) Osuna (5) 8,640 4–8 L2
13 April 11 Blue Jays 5–3 Gausman (1–1) Estrada (1–1) Brach (3) 10,399 5–8 W1
14 April 13 @ Red Sox 3–7 Rodríguez (1–0) Tillman (0–3) 32,610 5–9 L1
15 April 14 @ Red Sox 3–10 Velázquez (2–0) Cobb (0–1) Walden (1) 33,584 5–10 L2
16 April 15 @ Red Sox 1–3 Hembree (2–0) Bundy (0–2) Kimbrel (5) 32,489 5–11 L3
April 16 @ Red Sox Postponed (rain). Makeup date May 17.[3]
17 April 17 @ Tigers 2–4 Liriano (2–1) Cashner (1–2) Greene (3) 15,530 5–12 L4
18 April 18 @ Tigers 5–6 Greene (1–0) Araújo (1–2) 15,178 5–13 L5
19 April 19 @ Tigers 8–13 Zimmermann (1–0) Cobb (0–2) 15,916 5–14 L6
20 April 20 Indians 3–1 Bundy (1–2) Bauer (1–2) O'Day (1) 20,004 6–14 W1
21 April 21 Indians 0–4 Clevinger (2–0) Tillman (0–4) 29,187 6–15 L1
22 April 22 Indians 3–7 Kluber (3–1) Cashner (1–3) 27,394 6–16 L2
23 April 23 Indians 1–2 Carrasco (4–0) Gausman (1–2) Allen (4) 10,614 6–17 L3
April 24 Rays Postponed (rain). Makeup date May 12 as part of doubleheader.[4]
24 April 25 Rays 4–8 Kittredge (1–2) Cobb (0–3) 8,730 6–18 L4
25 April 26 Rays 5–9 Archer (2–1) Bundy (1–3) 9,586 6–19 L5
26 April 27 Tigers 6–0 Tillman (1–4) Fiers (2–2) 14,223 7–19 W1
27 April 28 Tigers 5–9 Liriano (3–1) Cashner (1–4) 20,896 7–20 L1
28 April 29 Tigers 5–3 Gausman (2–2) Norris (0–2) O'Day (2) 28,089 8–20 W1
May: 9–19 (Home: 5–6 ; Away: 4–13)
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29 May 1 @ Angels 2–3 Bedrosian (1–0) Brach (0–1) 32,345 8–21 L1
30 May 2 @ Angels 7–10 Heaney (1–1) Bundy (1–4) 32,156 8–22 L2
31 May 3 @ Angels 3–12 Barría (2–1) Tillman (1–5) 35,879 8–23 L3
32 May 4 @ Athletics 4–6 Trivino (2–0) Brach (0–2) Treinen (4) 12,723 8–24 L4
33 May 5 @ Athletics 0–2 (12) Hatcher (3–0) Araújo (1–3) 24,612 8–25 L5
34 May 6 @ Athletics 1–2 Triggs (3–1) Cobb (0–4) Treinen (5) 17,112 8–26 L6
35 May 8 Royals 7–15 Duffy (1–4) Bundy (1–5) 10,863 8–27 L7
36 May 9 Royals 5–3 Bleier (3–0) McCarthy (3–1) Brach (4) 14,375 9–27 W1
37 May 10 Royals 11–6 Castro (1–1) Kennedy (1–4) 17,842 10–27 W2
38 May 11 Rays 9–4 Gausman (3–2) Faria (3–2) Brach (5) 28,170 11–27 W3
39 May 12 Rays 6–3 Hess (1–0) Archer (2–3) Givens (1) 24,534[a] 12–27 W4
40 May 12 Rays 3–10 Romo (1–0) Cobb (0–5) 24,534[a] 12–28 L1
41 May 13 Rays 17–1 Bundy (2–5) Snell (4–3) 25,257 13–28 W1
May 15 Phillies Postponed (rain). Makeup date July 12.[5]
42 May 16 Phillies 1–4 Pivetta (3–2) Cashner (1–5) 29,706 13–29 L1
43 May 17 @ Red Sox 2–6 Price (4–4) Gausman (3–3) 36,615 13–30 L2
44 May 18 @ Red Sox 7–4 Cobb (1–5) Pomeranz (1–2) Brach (6) 34,935 14–30 W1
45 May 19 @ Red Sox 3–6 Porcello (6–1) Bundy (2–6) Kimbrel (13) 34,195 14–31 L1
46 May 20 @ Red Sox 0–5 Rodríguez (4–1) Hess (1–1) 35,550 14–32 L2
47 May 21 @ White Sox 3–2 Cashner (2–5) Santiago (0–2) Brach (7) 11,628 15–32 W1
48 May 22 @ White Sox 2–3 Rondón (2–2) Givens (0–1) Jones (4) 12,590 15–33 L1
49 May 23 @ White Sox 1–11 Covey (1–1) Cobb (1–6) 17,056 15–34 L2
50 May 24 @ White Sox 9–3 Bundy (3–6) Giolito (3–5) 19,147 16–34 W1
51 May 25 @ Rays 2–0 Hess (2–1) Romo (1–1) Brach (8) 11,354 17–34 W2
52 May 26 @ Rays 1–5 Banda (1–0) Cashner (2–6) 14,744 17–35 L1
53 May 27 @ Rays 3–8 Nuño (1–0) Gausman (3–4) Pruitt (1) 13,311 17–36 L2
54 May 28 Nationals 0–6 González (6–2) Cobb (1–7) 36,139 17–37 L3
55 May 29 Nationals 2–3 Hellickson (2–0) Bundy (3–7) Doolittle (12) 13,935 17–38 L4
56 May 30 Nationals 0–2 Scherzer (9–1) Hess (2–2) Doolittle (13) 20,370 17–39 L5
May 31 Yankees Postponed (rain). Makeup date July 9 as part of doubleheader.[6]
June: 6–20 (Home: 1–13 ; Away: 5–6)
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57 June 1 Yankees 1–4 Gray (4–4) Cashner (2–6) Chapman (13) 26,500 17–40 L6
58 June 2 Yankees 5–8 Tanaka (7–2) Gausman (3–5) 32,823 17–41 L7
June 3 Yankees Postponed (rain). Makeup date August 25 as part of doubleheader.[7]
59 June 5 @ Mets 2–1 Cobb (2–7) Vargas (2–4) Brach (9) 25,342 18–41 W1
60 June 6 @ Mets 1–0 Bundy (4–7) Familia (2–3) Brach (10) 30,366 19–41 W2
61 June 7 @ Blue Jays 4–5 (10) Barnes (2–1) Castro (1–2) 24,494 19–42 L1
62 June 8 @ Blue Jays 1–5 Happ (8–3) Cashner (2–8) Tepera (3) 28,863 19–43 L2
63 June 9 @ Blue Jays 3–4 (10) Axford (1–0) Givens (0–2) 34,643 19–44 L3
64 June 10 @ Blue Jays 3–13 Estrada (3–6) Cobb (2–8) 33,485 19–45 L4
65 June 11 Red Sox 0–2 (12) Hembree (3–1) Givens (0–3) Kimbrel (21) 15,934 19–46 L5
66 June 12 Red Sox 4–6 Rodríguez (8–1) Hess (2–3) 21,837 19–47 L6
67 June 13 Red Sox 1–5 Sale (6–4) Ramírez (0–1) 17,217 19–48 L7
68 June 15 Marlins 0–2 Ureña (2–8) Gausman (3–6) Barraclough (5) 23,968 19–49 L8
69 June 16 Marlins 4–5 Chen (2–8) Cobb (2–9) Steckenrider (1) 23,948 19–50 L9
70 June 17 Marlins 10–4 Bundy (5–7) Richards (1–4) 21,421 20–50 W1
71 June 19 @ Nationals 7–9 Miller (5–0) Scott (0–1) Doolittle (19) 33,391 20–51 L1
72 June 20 @ Nationals 3–0 Castro (2–2) González (6–4) 32,153 21–51 W1
73 June 21 @ Nationals 2–4 Herrera (2–1) Givens (0–4) Doolittle (20) 36,868 21–52 L1
74 June 22 @ Braves 10–7 (15) Wright (1–0) Moylan (0–1) 37,192 22–52 W1
75 June 23 @ Braves 7–5 Bundy (6–7) Teherán (5–5) Britton (1) 40,333 23–52 W2
76 June 24 @ Braves 3–7 McCarthy (6–3) Hess (2–4) 33,794 23–53 L1
77 June 25 Mariners 3–5 Hernández (7–6) Castro (2–3) Díaz (28) 21,202 23–54 L2
78 June 26 Mariners 2–3 Paxton (7–2) O'Day (0–2) Díaz (29) 16,327 23–55 L3
79 June 27 Mariners 7–8 (11) Bradford (5–0) Givens (0–5) Díaz (30) 15,502 23–56 L4
80 June 28 Mariners 2–4 (10) Pazos (2–1) Castro (2–4) Nicasio (1) 14,263 23–57 L5
81 June 29 Angels 1–7 Peña (1–0) Hess (2–5) 24,007 23–58 L6
82 June 30 Angels 2–6 Anderson (2–2) Givens (0–6) 38,838 23–59 L7
July: 9–15 (Home: 9–5 ; Away: 0–10)
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83 July 1 Angels 8–2 Gausman (4–6) McGuire (0–1) 18,351 24–59 W1
84 July 3 @ Phillies 2–3 Eflin (7–2) Cobb (2–10) Domínguez (8) 28,204 24–60 L1
85 July 4 @ Phillies 1–4 Nola (11–2) Ramírez (0–2) Arano (1) 30,943 24–61 L2
86 July 5 @ Twins 2–5 Slegers (1–0) Cashner (2–9) Rodney (18) 22,895 24–62 L3
87 July 6 @ Twins 2–6 Lynn (6–7) Bundy (6–8) 27,570 24–63 L4
88 July 7 @ Twins 4–5 Gibson (3–6) Castro (2–5) Rodney (19) 25,974 24–64 L5
89 July 8 @ Twins 1–10 Odorizzi (4–6) Cobb (2–11) 22,557 24–65 L6
90 July 9 Yankees 5–4 Wright (2–0) Sabathia (6–4) Britton (2) 26,340[b] 25–65 W1
91 July 9 Yankees 2–10 Cessa (1–1) Ramírez (0–3) Gallegos (1) 26,340[b] 25–66 L1
92 July 10 Yankees 6–5 Britton (1–0) Betances (1–3) 18,418 26–66 W1
93 July 11 Yankees 0–9 Gray (6–7) Bundy (6–9) 17,808 26–67 L1
94 July 12 Phillies 4–5 Pivetta (6–7) Gausman (4–7) Domínguez (9) 20,100 26–68 L2
95 July 13 Rangers 4–5 Hamels (5–8) Cobb (2–12) Kela (23) 17,348 26–69 L3
96 July 14 Rangers 1–0 Brach (1–2) Pérez (2–4) Britton (3) 38,238 27–69 W1
97 July 15 Rangers 6–5 Scott (1–1) Minor (6–6) Britton (4) 18,754 28–69 W2
ASG July 17 @ Nationals Park AL 8–6 (10) NL Díaz Stripling Happ 43,843 Box
98 July 20 @ Blue Jays 7–8 (10) Axford (3–1) Fry (0–1) 31,115 28–70 L1
99 July 21 @ Blue Jays 1–4 Stroman (3–7) Cobb (2–13) Tepera (7) 35,912 28–71 L2
100 July 22 @ Blue Jays 4–5 Axford (4–1) Scott (1–2) Clippard (7) 39,021 28–72 L3
101 July 23 Red Sox 3–5 Porcello (12–4) Gausman (4–8) Kimbrel (32) 16,885 28–73 L4
102 July 24 Red Sox 7–6 Ramírez (1–3) Porcello (1–4) Brach (11) 13,342 29–73 W1
July 25 Red Sox Postponed (rain). Makeup date August 11 as part of doubleheader.
103 July 26 Rays 3–4 Yarbrough (9–5) Cobb (2–14) Pruitt (2) 19,025 29–74 L1
104 July 27 Rays 15–5 Cashner (3–9) Archer (3–5) 15,649 30–74 W1
105 July 28 Rays 11–2 Gausman (5–8) Stanek (1–3) 21,526 31–74 W2
106 July 29 Rays 11–5 Bundy (7–9) Chirinos (0–3) 22,454 32–74 W3
107 July 31 @ Yankees 3–6 Tanaka (9–2) Ramírez (1–4) 46,473 32–75 L1
August: 8–20 (Home: 4–9 ; Away: 4–11)
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108 August 1 @ Yankees 7–5 Cobb (3–14) Gray (8–8) 47,206 33–75 W1
109 August 2 @ Rangers 8–17 Gallardo (6–1) Cashner (3–10) Butler (1) 19,367 33–76 L1
110 August 3 @ Rangers 3–11 Jurado (2–1) Hess (2–6) 22,544 33–77 L2
111 August 4 @ Rangers 1–3 Minor (8–6) Bundy (7–10) Leclerc (1) 24,300 33–78 L3
112 August 5 @ Rangers 9–6 Scott (2–2) Hutchison (1–2) Givens (2) 19,961 34–78 W1
113 August 7 @ Rays 3–4 Romo (2–2) Castro (2–6) 11,734 34–79 L1
114 August 8 @ Rays 5–4 Wright (3–0) Romo (2–3) Givens (3) 9,474 35–79 W1
115 August 9 @ Rays 4–5 Chirinos (1–4) Carroll (0–1) Romo (14) 10,254 35–80 L1
116 August 10 Red Sox 12–19 Pomeranz (2–5) Castro (2–7) 23,649 35–81 L2
117 August 11 Red Sox 0–5 Price (12–6) Yacabonis (0–1) 18,003 35–82 L3
118 August 11 Red Sox 4–6 Kelly (4–0) Wright (3–1) Kimbrel (34) 24,051 35–83 L4
119 August 12 Red Sox 1–4 Sale (12–4) Cobb (3–15) Kimbrel (35) 25,303 35–84 L5
120 August 14 Mets 6–3 Cashner (4–10) Wahl (0–1) Givens (4) 20,527 36–84 W1
121 August 15 Mets 5–16 Wheeler (8–6) Bundy (7–11) 25,045 36–85 L1
122 August 17 @ Indians 1–2 Carrasco (15–6) Hess (2–7) Allen (24) 28,264 36–86 L2
123 August 18 @ Indians 4–2 Cobb (4–15) Plutko (4–3) 35,007 37–86 W1
124 August 19 @ Indians 0–8 Clevinger (9–7) Ramírez (1–5) 30,555 37–87 L1
125 August 20 @ Blue Jays 3–5 Estrada (7–9) Cashner (4–11) Giles (16) 25,031 37–88 L2
126 August 21 @ Blue Jays 2–8 Gaviglio (3–6) Bundy (7–12) 25,855 37–89 L3
127 August 22 @ Blue Jays 0–6 Pannone (1–0) Hess (2–8) 40,595 37–90 L4
128 August 24 Yankees 5–7 (10) Green (7–2) Carroll (0–2) Britton (5) 27,150 37–91 L5
129 August 25 Yankees 3–10 Happ (15–6) Yacabonis (0–2) Cessa (1) 32,445 37–92 L6
130 August 25 Yankees 1–5 Gray (10–8) Cashner (4–12) Betances (1) 26,236 37–93 L7
131 August 26 Yankees 3–5 Severino (17–6) Bundy (7–13) Robertson (4) 17,343 37–94 L8
132 August 27 Blue Jays 7–0 Hess (3–8) Gaviglio (3–7) 15,436 38–94 W1
133 August 28 Blue Jays 12–5 Rogers (1–0) Pannone (1–1) 11,762 39–94 W2
134 August 29 Blue Jays 10–5 Gilmartin (1–0) Barnes (2–2) Givens (5) 11,834 40–94 W3
135 August 31 @ Royals 2–9 Keller (7–5) Cashner (4–13) 15,394 40–95 L1
September: 7–20 (Home: 4–9 ; Away: 3–11)
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136 September 1 @ Royals 4–5 Newberry (1–0) Givens (0–7) 15,358 40–96 L2
137 September 2 @ Royals 1–9 López (1–3) Hess (3–9) 18,463 40–97 L3
138 September 3 @ Mariners 1–2 Ramírez (2–3) Rogers (1–1) Díaz (52) 20,579 40–98 L4
139 September 4 @ Mariners 5–3 Cobb (5–15) Warren (2–2) Givens (6) 11,265 41–98 W1
140 September 5 @ Mariners 2–5 Leake (9–9) Cashner (4–14) Díaz (53) 15,017 41–99 L1
141 September 7 @ Rays 2–14 Snell (18–5) Bundy (7–14) 12,436 41–100 L2
142 September 8 @ Rays 5–10 Yarbrough (14–5) Hess (3–10) 10,275 41–101 L3
143 September 9 @ Rays 3–8 Chirinos (4–5) Rogers (1–2) 13,632 41–102 L4
144 September 11 Athletics 2–3 Fiers (12–6) Wright (3–2) Familia (18) 9,141 41–103 L5
145 September 12 Athletics 0–10 Mengden (7–6) Cashner (4–15) 10,480 41–104 L6
146 September 13 Athletics 5–3 Bundy (8–14) Anderson (3–5) Givens (7) 11,714 42–104 W1
147 September 14 White Sox 6–8 Shields (7–16) Ortiz (0–1) Jones (5) 18,265 42–105 L1
148 September 15 White Sox 0–2 López (6–9) Ramirez (1–6) Minaya (1) 23,266 42–106 L2
149 September 16 White Sox 8–4 Meisinger (1–0) Giolito (10–11) Fry (1) 19,104 43–106 W1
150 September 17 Blue Jays 0–5 Borucki (4–4) Phillips (0–1) 8,198 43–107 L1
151 September 18 Blue Jays 4–6 Petricka (3–1) Bundy (8–15) Giles (23) 9,096 43–108 L2
152 September 19 Blue Jays 2–1 Wright (4–2) Estrada (7–13) Givens (8) 11,337 44–108 W1
153 September 21 @ Yankees 8–10 CC Sabathia (8–7) Ramírez (1–7) Betances (4) 39,903 44–109 L1
154 September 22 @ Yankees 2–3 (11) Kahnle (2–0) Fry (0–2) 40,185 44–110 L2
155 September 23 @ Yankees 6–3 Meisinger (2–0) Cole (4–2) Givens (9) 43,606 45–110 W1
156 September 24 @ Red Sox 2–6 Eovaldi (6–7) Bundy (8–16) 35,619 45–111 L1
September 25 @ Red Sox Postponed (rain). Makeup date September 26 as part of a doubleheader.
157 September 26 @ Red Sox 3–19 Price (16–7) Meisinger (2–1) 33,577 45–112 L2
158 September 26 @ Red Sox 10–3 Scott (3–2) Barnes (6–4) Fry (2) 34,445 46–112 W1
September 27 Astros Postponed (rain). Makeup date September 29 as part of a doubleheader.
159 September 28 Astros 1–2 Sipp (3–1) Scott (3–3) Osuna (21) 18,434 46–113 L1
160 September 29 Astros 3–4 Harris (5–3) Gilmartin (1–1) Rondón (15) N/A 46–114 L2
161 September 29 Astros 2–5 Peacock (3–4) Ramírez (1–8) Pressly (2) 26,020 46–115 L3
162 September 30 Astros 4–0 Fry (1–2) Peacock (3–5) 24,916 47–115 W1
  1. ^ a b Single-Admission Doubleheader
  2. ^ a b Single-Admission Doubleheader

Roster

2018 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 Ron Johnson
AA Bowie Baysox Eastern League Gary Kendall
A-Advanced Frederick Keys Carolina League Keith Bodie
A Delmarva Shorebirds South Atlantic League Ryan Minor
Short-Season A Aberdeen IronBirds New York–Penn League Kevin Bradshaw
Rookie GCL Orioles Gulf Coast League Carlos Tosca
Rookie DSL Orioles Dominican Summer League Elvis Morel

References

  1. ^ "Buck Showalter will not be back with the Orioles next year". HardballTalk. 2018-10-03. Retrieved 2018-10-03.
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