2021 Baltimore Orioles
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Record52–110 (.321)
Divisional place5th
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Owner(s)Peter Angelos
General manager(s)Mike Elias
Manager(s)Brandon Hyde
Local televisionMASN
(Scott Garceau, Ben McDonald, Jim Palmer)
Local radioWJZ-FM
Baltimore Orioles Radio Network
(Kevin Brown, Geoff Arnold, Brett Hollander, Melanie Newman)
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The 2021 Baltimore Orioles season was the 121st season in Baltimore Orioles franchise history, the 68th in Baltimore, and the 30th at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. They significantly failed at attempting to improve on their 25–35 (.417) record from the previous year. The Orioles endured two different losing streaks of 14 or more between the middle and the end of May, as well as between August 3 and August 24. The Orioles pitching staff combined for a franchise-worst ERA of 5.84 and yielded 911 earned runs in the season, which led the MLB and was the most earned runs surrendered by a pitching staff since the 2001 Texas Rangers allowed 913 earned runs. All of the team's pitchers that made a start finished the season with a losing record.[1] The Orioles were eliminated from playoff contention on August 28th with their loss to the Tampa Bay Rays. They suffered their 3rd 100+ loss season in four years with their loss to the Boston Red Sox on September 17th. With the Orioles loss in the season finale against the Blue Jays, they suffered their second 110-loss season in team history; it was also the third such season in overall franchise history, going back to their time as the St. Louis Browns.

Despite the team's atrocious performance, Trey Mancini, who missed the 2020 season with colon cancer, won the AL Comeback Player of the Year award.

Regular season standings

American League East

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Tampa Bay Rays 100 62 0.617 52–29 48–33
Boston Red Sox 92 70 0.568 8 49–32 43–38
New York Yankees 92 70 0.568 8 46–35 46–35
Toronto Blue Jays 91 71 0.562 9 47–33 44–38
Baltimore Orioles 52 110 0.321 48 27–54 25–56



Record vs. 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 6–13 0–7 2–5 2–5 3–3 4–3 2–4 2–4 8–11 3–3 3–4 1–18 4–3 5–14 7–13
Boston 13–6 3–4 4–2 3–3 2–5 5–2 3–3 5–2 10–9 3–3 4–3 8–11 3–4 10–9 16–4
Chicago 7–0 4–3 10–9 12–7 2–5 9–10 2–5 13–6 1–5 4–3 3–3 3–3 5–1 4–3 14–6
Cleveland 5–2 2–4 9–10 12–7 1–6 14–5 5–1 8–11 3–4 2–4 3–4 1–6 4–2 2–5 9–11
Detroit 5–2 3–3 7–12 7–12 5–2 8–11 1–6 8–11 3–3 1–6 5–1 4–3 6–1 3–3 11–9
Houston 3–3 5–2 5–2 6–1 2–5 3–4 13–6 3–4 2–4 11–8 11–8 4–2 14–5 4–2 9–11
Kansas City 3–4 2–5 10–9 5–14 11–8 4–3 2–4 10–9 2–4 2–5 4–3 2–4 2–4 3–4 12–8
Los Angeles 4–2 3–3 5–2 1–5 6–1 6–13 4–2 5–2 4–3 4–15 8–11 1–6 11–8 4–3 11–9
Minnesota 4–2 2–5 6–13 11–8 11–8 4–3 9–10 2–5 1–6 1–5 2–4 3–3 4–3 3–4 10–10
New York 11–8 9–10 5–1 4–3 3–3 4–2 4–2 3–4 6–1 4–3 5–2 8–11 6–1 8–11 12–8
Oakland 3–3 3–3 3–4 4–2 6–1 8–11 5–2 15–4 5–1 3–4 4–15 4–3 10–9 2–5 11–9
Seattle 4–3 3–4 3–3 4–3 1–5 8–11 3–4 11–8 4–2 2–5 15–4 6–1 13–6 4–2 9–11
Tampa Bay 18–1 11–8 3–3 6–1 3–4 2–4 4–2 6–1 3–3 11–8 3–4 1–6 3–4 11–8 15–5
Texas 3–4 4–3 1–5 2–4 1–6 5–14 4–2 8–11 3–4 1–6 9–10 6–13 4–3 2–4 7–13
Toronto 14–5 9–10 3–4 5–2 3–3 2–4 4–3 3–4 4–3 11–8 5–2 2–4 8–11 4–2 14–6

Updated with the results of all games through October 3, 2021.


Game log

Past Games Legend
Orioles Win Orioles Loss Game Postponed Eliminated from Playoff Contention
Bold denotes an Orioles pitcher
2021 Game Log: 52–110 (Home: 27–54; Away: 25–56)
April: 12–14 (Home: 4–10; Away: 8–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/
Box
April 1 @ Red Sox Postponed (rain). Makeup date April 2.[4]
1 April 2 @ Red Sox 3–0 Means (1–0) Eovaldi (0–1) Valdez (1) 4,452 1–0 W1
2 April 3 @ Red Sox 4–2 Plutko (1–0) Houck (0–1) Valdez (2) 4,571 2–0 W2
3 April 4 @ Red Sox 11–3 Zimmermann (1–0) Richards (0–1) 4,458 3–0 W3
4 April 5 @ Yankees 0–7 Montgomery (1–0) López (0–1) 9,008 3–1 L1
5 April 6 @ Yankees 2–7 Cole (1–0) Kremer (0–1) 9,404 3–2 L2
6 April 7 @ Yankees 4–3 (11) Valdez (1–0) Green (0–1) Fry (1) 10,254 4–2 W1
7 April 8 Red Sox 3–7 Rodríguez (1–0) Harvey (0–1) 10,150 4–3 L1
8 April 10 Red Sox 4–6 (10) Barnes (1–0) Tate (0–1) Andriese (1) 9,307 4–4 L2
9 April 11 Red Sox 9–14 Pivetta (2–0) López (0–2) 8,171 4–5 L3
April 12 Mariners Postponed (rain). Makeup date April 13 as part of doubleheader.[5]
10 April 13 Mariners 3–4 (8) Montero (1–0) Scott (0–1) Graveman (1) 4,147[a] 4–6 L4
11 April 13 Mariners 7–6 (7) Valdez (2–0) Sadler (0–1) 4,147[a] 5–6 W1
April 14 Mariners Postponed (rain). Makeup date April 15 as part of doubleheader.[6]
12 April 15 Mariners 2–4 (7) Gonzales (1–1) Scott (0–2) Graveman (2) 5,060[b] 5–7 L1
13 April 15 Mariners 1–2 (7) Dunn (1–0) Zimmermann (1–1) Middleton (2) 5,060[b] 5–8 L2
14 April 16 @ Rangers 5–2 López (1–2) Foltynewicz (0–3) Valdez (3) 22,173 6–8 W1
15 April 17 @ Rangers 6–1 Lakins (1–0) Rodríguez (0–1) 29,338 7–8 W2
16 April 18 @ Rangers 0–1 (10) King (1–0) Lakins (1–1) 24,267 7–9 L1
17 April 20 @ Marlins 7–5 Harvey (1–1) Neidert (0–1) Valdez (4) 4,540 8–9 W1
18 April 21 @ Marlins 0–3 Rogers (1–2) Zimmermann (1–2) García (4) 4,028 8–10 L1
19 April 23 Athletics 1–3 Irvin (2–2) López (1–3) Diekman (2) 7,574 8–11 L2
20 April 24 Athletics 2–7 Bassitt (2–2) LeBlanc (0–1) 7,616 8–12 L3
21 April 25 Athletics 8–1 Means (2–0) Luzardo (1–2) 8,107 9–12 W1
22 April 26 Yankees 4–2 Harvey (2–1) García (0–1) Valdez (5) 6,367 10–12 W2
23 April 27 Yankees 1–5 Kluber (1–2) Zimmermann (1–3) 6,662 10–13 L1
24 April 28 Yankees 0–7 Germán (2–2) Kremer (0–2) 7,338 10–14 L2
25 April 29 Yankees 4–3 (10) Scott (1–2) Loaisiga (2–1) 7,738 11–14 W1
26 April 30 @ Athletics 3–2 Means (3–0) Fiers (0–1) Valdez (6) 5,777 12–14 W2
May: 5–23 (Home: 2–9; Away: 3–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/Box
27 May 1 @ Athletics 8–4 Harvey (3–1) Luzardo (1–3) 6,469 13–14 W3
28 May 2 @ Athletics 5–7 Petit (4–0) Lakins (1–2) Trivino (5) 5,862 13–15 L1
29 May 3 @ Mariners 5–3 Sulser (1-0) Misiewicz (2–1) Valdez (7) 5,776 14–15 W1
30 May 4 @ Mariners 2–5 Montero (3–1) Lakins (1–3) 6,504 14–16 L1
31 May 5 @ Mariners 6–0 Means (4–0) Kikuchi (1–2) 6,742 15–16 W1
32 May 7 Red Sox 2–6 Rodríguez (5–0) Harvey (3–2) 7,724 15–17 L1
33 May 8 Red Sox 6–11 Richards (2–2) Lowther (0–1) 10,598 15–18 L2
34 May 9 Red Sox 3–4 Pivetta (5–0) Kremer (0–3) Barnes (8) 10,274 15–19 L3
35 May 10 Red Sox 4–1 Scott (2–2) Andriese (1–2) Valdez (8) 6,826 16–19 W1
36 May 11 @ Mets 2–3 Familia (1–0) Valdez (2–1) 7,930 16–20 L1
37 May 12 @ Mets 1–7 Walker (3–1) Harvey (3–3) 8,035 16–21 L2
38 May 14 Yankees 4–5 Kluber (3–2) Lakins (1–4) Loáisiga (2) 10,809 16–22 L3
39 May 15 Yankees 2–8 Germán (3–2) López (1–4) 10,767 16–23 L4
40 May 16 Yankees 10–6 Zimmermann (2–3) King (0–1) 11,070 17–23 W1
41 May 18 Rays 6–13 Kittredge (4–0) Harvey (3–4) 5,429 17–24 L1
42 May 19 Rays 7–9 Thompson (3–2) Fry (0–1) Fairbanks (1) 6,581 17–25 L2
43 May 20 Rays 1–10 Hill (3–1) Kremer (0–4) 6,916 17–26 L3
44 May 21 @ Nationals 2–4 Strasburg (1–1) López (1–5) 14,369 17–27 L4
45 May 22 @ Nationals 9–12 Hudson (3–0) Plutko (1–1) Hand (6) 15,440 17–28 L5
46 May 23 @ Nationals 5–6 Corbin (3–3) Harvey (3–5) Hand (7) 14,618 17–29 L6
47 May 24 @ Twins 3–8 Alcalá (1–1) Scott (2–3) 8,530 17–30 L7
48 May 25 @ Twins 4–7 Berríos (5–2) Kremer (0–5) Rogers (3) 9,969 17–31 L8
49 May 26 @ Twins 2–3 Pineda (3–2) López (1–6) Robles (3) 10,574 17–32 L9
50 May 27 @ White Sox 1–5 Cease (3–1) Tate (0–2) 9,671 17–33 L10
May 28 @ White Sox Postponed (rain). Makeup date May 29 as part of doubleheader.
51 May 29 @ White Sox 4–7 (7) Keuchel (4–1) Harvey (3–6) Hendriks (11) 20,029[c] 17–34 L11
52 May 29 @ White Sox 1–3 (7) Lynn (6–1) Means (4–1) Hendriks (12) 20,029[c] 17–35 L12
53 May 30 @ White Sox 1–3 Giolito (5–4) Tate (0–3) Hendriks (13) 21,067 17–36 L13
54 May 31 Twins 2–3 (10) Rogers (3–3) Plutko (1–2) Robles (4) 11,010 17–37 L14
June: 10–17 (Home: 6–7; Away: 4–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/Box
55 June 1 Twins 7–4 Zimmermann (3–3) Pineda (3–3) Sulser (1) 5,337 18–37 W1
56 June 2 Twins 6–3 T. Wells (1–0) Dobnak (1–5) 5,945 19–37 W2
57 June 4 Indians 3–1 Sulser (2–0) Shaw (1–1) Fry (2) 12,009 20–37 W3
58 June 5 Indians 4–10 Civale (8–2) Means (4–2) 9,969 20–38 L1
59 June 6 Indians 18–5 López (2–6) Quantrill (0–2) 9,423 21–38 W1
60 June 8 Mets 10–3 Zimmermann (4–3) Peterson (1–5) 9,431 22–38 W2
61 June 9 Mets 1–14 Walker (5–2) Harvey (3–7) 9,584 22–39 L1
62 June 11 @ Rays 2–4 Yarbrough (4–3) Akin (0–1) Fairbanks (2) 6,211 22–40 L2
63 June 12 @ Rays 4–5 McHugh (1–1) López (2–7) Castillo (11) 9,225 22–41 L3
64 June 13 @ Rays 1–7 Fleming (6–4) Zimmermann (4–4) 9,101 22–42 L4
65 June 14 @ Indians 3–4 Sandlin (1–0) Kremer (0–6) Clase (10) 11,181 22–43 L5
66 June 15 @ Indians 2–7 Karinchak (4–2) Harvey (3–8) 12,025 22–44 L6
67 June 16 @ Indians 7–8 Civale (10–2) Akin (0–2) Clase (11) 12,825 22–45 L7
68 June 17 @ Indians 3–10 Stephan (1–0) López (2–8) 15,121 22–46 L8
67 June 18 Blue Jays 7–1 T. Wells (2–0) Ray (4–3) 13,284 23–46 W1
70 June 19 Blue Jays 7–10 Romano (4–1) Fry (0–2) 10,721 23–47 L1
71 June 20 Blue Jays 4–7 Ryu (6–4) Harvey (3–9) Chatwood (1) 14,917 23–48 L2
72 June 21 Astros 2–10 Odorizzi (2–3) Akin (0–3) 7,414 23–49 L3
73 June 22 Astros 1–3 Greinke (8–2) López (2–9) Pressly (11) 8,510 23–50 L4
74 June 23 Astros 0–13 Urquidy (6–3) Eshelman (0–1) 10,013 23–51 L5
75 June 24 @ Blue Jays 0–9 Kay (1–2) Kremer (0–7) 6,264 23–52 L6
76 June 25 @ Blue Jays 6–5 (10) Fry (1–2) Thornton (1–3) Sulser (2) 7,844 24–52 W1
77 June 26 @ Blue Jays 4–12 Ryu (7–4) Akin (0–4) 5,913 24–53 L1
78 June 27 @ Blue Jays 2–5 Stripling (3–4) López (2–10) Romano (6) 6,044 24–54 L2
79 June 28 @ Astros 9–7 Fry (2–2) Bielak (2–3) Plutko (1) 24,419 25–54 W1
80 June 29 @ Astros 13–3 A. Wells (1–0) Garza (0–2) Tate (1) 30,346 26–54 W2
81 June 30 @ Astros 5–2 Scott (3–3) García (6–5) Sulser (3) 28,124 27–54 W3
July: 10–12 (Home: 5–4; Away: 5–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/Box
82 July 2 @ Angels 7–8 Iglesias (5–3) Fry (2–3) 23,561 27–55 L1
83 July 3 @ Angels 1–4 Cobb (6–3) López (2–11) Iglesias (16) 28,160 27–56 L2
84 July 4 @ Angels 5–6 Iglesias (6–3) Sulser (2–1) 18,955 27–57 L3
85 July 6 Blue Jays 7–5 Watkins (1–0) Matz (7–4) 7,388 28–57 W1
86 July 7 Blue Jays 2–10 Ryu (8–5) Harvey (3–10) 7,457 28–58 L1
July 8 Blue Jays Postponed (rain). Makeup date September 11 as part of doubleheader.
87 July 9 White Sox 1–12 Keuchel (7–3) López (2–12) 12,077 28–59 L2
88 July 10 White Sox 3–8 Giolito (7–6) Eshelman (0–2) Hendriks (23) 26,391 28–60 L3
89 July 11 White Sox 5–7 (10) Hendriks (4–2) T. Wells (2–1) Foster (1) 11,600 28–61 L4
ASG July 13 @ Coors Field AL vs. NL Ohtani (1–0) Burnes (0–1) Hendriks (1) 49,184 N/A
90 July 16 @ Royals 2–9 Staumont (1–2) Akin (0–5) 23,763 28–62 L5
91 July 17 @ Royals 8–4 Fry (3–3) Singer (3–7) 27,292 29–62 W1
92 July 18 @ Royals 5–0 Harvey (4–10) Hernández (1–1) 13,706 30–62 W2
93 July 19 @ Rays 6–1 Watkins (2–0) Yarbrough (6–4) 9,922 31–62 W3
94 July 20 @ Rays 3–9 McClanahan (4–3) Means (4–3) 10,399 31–63 L1
95 July 21 @ Rays 4–5 McHugh (3–1) Scott (3–4) 8,968 31–64 L2
96 July 23 Nationals 6–1 Fry (4–3) Corbin (6–9) 17,022 32–64 W1
97 July 24 Nationals 5–3 Harvey (5–10) Lester (3–5) Tate (2) 30,898 33–64 W2
98 July 25 Nationals 5–4 Sulser (3–1) Hand (5–4) 15,690 34–64 W3
99 July 27 Marlins 3–7 Alcántara (6–9) Watkins (2–1) 10,098 34–65 L1
100 July 28 Marlins 8–7 Scott (4–4) Okert (0–1) 8,363 35–65 W1
101 July 29 @ Tigers 2–6 Mize (6–5) A. Wells (1–1) 15,833 35–66 L1
102 July 30 @ Tigers 4–3 Harvey (6–10) Skubal (6–10) Sulser (4) 18,861 36–66 W1
103 July 31 @ Tigers 5–2 Means (5–3) Manning (2–4) Sulser (5) 25,132 37–66 W2
August: 4–24 (Home: 2–13; Away: 2–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/Box
104 August 1 @ Tigers 2–6 Ramírez (1–0) Watkins (2–2) 17,134 37–67 L1
105 August 2 @ Yankees 7–1 López (3–12) Heaney (6–8) 28,879 38–67 W1
106 August 3 @ Yankees 1–13 Gil (1–0) Wells (1–2) 30,815 38–68 L1
107 August 4 @ Yankees 3–10 Loáisiga (8–4) Sulser (3–2) 30,055 38–69 L2
108 August 6 Rays 6–10 Rasmussen (1–1) Fry (4–4) 11,320 38–70 L3
109 August 7 Rays 3–12 McClanahan (6–4) Watkins (2–3) 18,545 38–71 L4
110 August 8 Rays 6–9 Chargois (2–0) Fry (4–5) 10,576 38–72 L5
111 August 10 Tigers 4–9 Funkhouser (6–1) Akin (0–6) 7,124 38–73 L6
112 August 11 Tigers 2–5 Skubal (8–10) Harvey (6–11) Soto (14) 8,990 38–74 L7
113 August 12 Tigers 4–6 Manning (3–5) Means (5–4) Fulmer (7) 8,382 38–75 L8
114 August 13 @ Red Sox 1–8 Pivetta (9–5) Watkins (2–4) Richards (1) 28,022 38–76 L9
115 August 14 @ Red Sox 2–16 Sale (1–0) López (3–13) 33,118 38–77 L10
116 August 15 @ Red Sox 2–6 Rodríguez (9–6) Akin (0–7) 28,935 38–78 L11
117 August 16 @ Rays 2–9 Fleming (10–6) Harvey (6–12) 5,460 38–79 L12
118 August 17 @ Rays 0–10 Ellis (1–0) Means (5–5) 4,795 38–80 L13
119 August 18 @ Rays 4–8 Yarbrough (7–4) Watkins (2–5) 6,673 38–81 L14
120 August 19 @ Rays 2–7 McClanahan (8–4) López (3–14) 5,826 38–82 L15
121 August 20 Braves 0–3 Fried (11–7) Akin (0–8) 13,583 38–83 L16
122 August 21 Braves 4–5 Smyly (9–3) Harvey (6–13) Smith (27) 15,774 38–84 L17
123 August 22 Braves 1–3 Toussaint (3–2) Means (5–6) Smith (28) 11,180 38–85 L18
124 August 24 Angels 8–14 Guerra (4–2) Watkins (2–6) 8,781 38–86 L19
125 August 25 Angels 10–6 Scott (5–4) Petricka (0–1) 15,867 39–86 W1
126 August 26 Angels 13–1 Akin (1–8) Peguero (0–1) 10,211 40–86 W2
127 August 27 Rays 3–6 McClanahan (9–4) Harvey (6–14) Mazza (1) 7,155 40–87 L1
128 August 28 Rays 3–4 Chargois (4–0) Sulser (3–3) Kittredge (4) 11,110 40–88 L2
129 August 29 Rays 8–12 Chargois (5–0) Watkins (2–7) 8,353 40–89 L3
130 August 30 @ Blue Jays 3–7 Ray (10–5) Tate (0–4) Romano (14) 14,406 40–90 L4
131 August 31 @ Blue Jays 4–2 Akin (2–8) Ryu (12–8) Sulser (6) 13,963 41–90 W1
September/October: 11–20 (Home: 8–10; Away: 3–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak/Box
132 September 1 @ Blue Jays 4–5 Mayza (5–2) Tate (0–5) Romano (15) 14,262 41–91 L1
133 September 3 @ Yankees 3–4 (10) Holmes (6–2) Tate (0–6) 34,085 41–92 L2
134 September 4 @ Yankees 4–3 Sulser (4–3) Chapman (5–4) 34,571 42–92 W1
135 September 5 @ Yankees 8–7 Diplán (1–0) Heaney (8–9) T. Wells (1) 33,091 43–92 W2
136 September 6 Royals 2–3 Tapia (2–0) Sulser (4–4) Barlow (11) 11,973 43–93 L1
137 September 7 Royals 7–3 Baumann (1–0) Kowar (0–3) 4,981 44–93 W1
138 September 8 Royals 9–8 Barreda (1–0) Staumont (3–3) T. Wells (2) 4,965 45–93 W2
139 September 9 Royals 0–6 Hernández (6–1) Means (5–7) 5,087 45–94 L1
140 September 10 Blue Jays 6–3 Greene (1–0) Merryweather (0–1) Sulser (7) 11,851 46–94 W1
141 September 11 (1) Blue Jays 10–11 Pearson (1–1) T. Wells (2–2) Romano (17) N/A 46–95 L1
142 September 11 (2) Blue Jays 2–11 Richards (7–2) Akin (2–9) 10,219 46–96 L2
143 September 12 Blue Jays 7–22 Matz (12–7) Lowther (0–2) 8,474 46–97 L3
144 September 14 Yankees 2–7 Cole (15–7) A. Wells (1–3) 10,235 46–98 L4
145 September 15 Yankees 3–4 Peralta (5–3) T. Wells (2–3) Chapman (27) 10,402 46–99 L5
146 September 16 Yankees 3–2 (10) Sulser (5–4) Peralta (5–4) 20,164 47–99 W1
147 September 17 @ Red Sox 1–7 Sale (4–0) Akin (2–10) 29,811 47–100 L1
148 September 18 @ Red Sox 3–9 Houck (1–4) Baumann (1–1) 30,027 47–101 L2
149 September 19 @ Red Sox 6–8 Sawamura (5–1) Greene (1–1) Richards (3) 27,010 47–102 L3
150 September 20 @ Phillies 2–0 Means (6–7) Suárez (6–5) T. Wells (3) 21,440 48–102 W1
151 September 21 @ Phillies 2–3 (10) Kennedy (3–1) Valdez (2–2) 18,955 48–103 L1
152 September 22 @ Phillies 3–4 Alvarado (7–1) Greene (1–2) Kennedy (25) 18,133 48–104 L2
153 September 23 Rangers 3–0 Lowther (1–2) Otto (0–3) T. Wells (4) 6,328 49–104 W1
154 September 24 Rangers 5–8 Sborz (4–3) Greene (1–3) Barlow (8) 7,935 49–105 L1
155 September 25 Rangers 3–2 Kriske (2–1) Lyles (9–13) Tate (3) 10,645 50–105 W1
156 September 26 Rangers 4–7 Cotton (2–0) Means (6–8) Barlow (9) 13,495 50–106 L1
157 September 28 Red Sox 4–2 Diplán (2–0) Sale (5–1) Sulser (8) 8,098 51–106 W1
158 September 29 Red Sox 0–6 Eovaldi (11–9) Lowther (1–3) 8,732 51–107 L1
159 September 30 Red Sox 6–2 A. Wells (2–3) Pivetta (9–8) 13,012 52–107 W1
160 October 1 @ Blue Jays 4–6 Matz (14–7) Eshelman (0–3) Romano (23) 28,855 52–108 L1
161 October 2 @ Blue Jays 1–10 Manoah (9–2) Means (6–9) 29,916 52–109 L2
162 October 3 @ Blue Jays 4–12 Ryu (14–10) Zimmermann (4–5) 29,942 52–110 L3
  1. ^ a b Single-admission doubleheader
  2. ^ a b Single-admission doubleheader
  3. ^ a b Single-admission doubleheader

Roster

2021 Baltimore Orioles
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches

Achievements

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
Triple-A Norfolk Tides Triple-A East Gary Kendall
Double-A Bowie Baysox Double-A Northeast Buck Britton
High-A Aberdeen IronBirds High-A East Kyle Moore
Low-A Delmarva Shorebirds Low-A East Dave Anderson
Rookie FCL Orioles Orange Florida Complex League Kevin Bradshaw
Rookie FCL Orioles Black Florida Complex League Alan Mills
Foreign Rookie DSL Orioles 1 Dominican Summer League Elvis Morel
Foreign Rookie DSL Orioles 2 Dominican Summer League Chris Madera

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