2022 Baltimore Orioles
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Results
Record74–67 (.525)
Divisional place4th
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Owner(s)Peter Angelos
General manager(s)Mike Elias
Manager(s)Brandon Hyde
Local televisionMASN (Kevin Brown, Scott Garceau, Geoff Arnold, Melanie Newman, Jim Palmer, Ben McDonald, Dave Johnson)[1]
Local radioWBAL-AM
Baltimore Orioles Radio Network (Geoff Arnold, Scott Garceau, Brett Hollander, Melanie Newman)[1]
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The 2022 Baltimore Orioles season is the 122nd season in Baltimore Orioles franchise history, the 69th in Baltimore, and the 31st at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. They successfully improved on their 52–110 record from the previous year, with their 53rd win coming on August 2 against the Texas Rangers. They then surpassed the 2019 record days later, and had their most wins in one season since the 2017 season. The Orioles will continue their focus on their rebuild for the future.[2]

On December 2, 2021, Commissioner of Baseball Rob Manfred announced a lockout of players, following expiration of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between the league and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA). On March 10, 2022, the MLB and MLBPA agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement, thus ending the lockout. Opening Day was played on April 7.[3] Although MLB previously announced that several series would be cancelled due to the lockout, the agreement provides for a 162-game season, with originally canceled games to be made up via doubleheaders.[4]

Offseason

Lockout

Main article: 2021–22 Major League Baseball lockout

The expiration of the league's collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with the Major League Baseball Players Association occurred on December 1, 2021 with no new agreement in place.[5] As a result, the team owners voted unanimously to lockout the players stopping all free agency and trades.[6][7]

The parties came to an agreement on a new CBA on March 10, 2022.[8] The season was delayed to begin on April 7, 2022, a week later than the original start time.

Rule changes

Pursuant to the new CBA, several new rules were instituted for the 2022 season. The National League will adopt the designated hitter full-time, a draft lottery will be implemented, the postseason will expand from ten teams to twelve, and advertising patches will appear on player uniforms and helmets for the first time.[9][10]

Regular season standings

American League East

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Yankees 86 56 0.606 50–22 36–34
Toronto Blue Jays 80 62 0.563 6 40–30 40–32
Tampa Bay Rays 79 62 0.560 47–24 32–38
Baltimore Orioles 74 67 0.525 11½ 41–30 33–37
Boston Red Sox 69 73 0.486 17 35–35 34–38


American League Wild Card

Division leaders W L Pct.
Houston Astros 93 50 0.650
New York Yankees 86 56 0.606
Cleveland Guardians 76 65 0.539


Wild Card teams
(Top 3 teams qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Toronto Blue Jays 81 62 0.566 +1½
Seattle Mariners 80 62 0.563 +1
Tampa Bay Rays 79 63 0.556
Baltimore Orioles 74 67 0.525
Chicago White Sox 73 70 0.510
Minnesota Twins 70 70 0.500 8
Boston Red Sox 69 73 0.486 10
Texas Rangers 62 80 0.437 17
Los Angeles Angels 61 82 0.427 18½
Kansas City Royals 57 85 0.401 22
Detroit Tigers 54 89 0.378 25½
Oakland Athletics 51 91 0.359 28


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

Updated with the results of all games through September 13, 2022.

Game log

Past Games Legend
Orioles Win
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Orioles Loss
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Game Postponed
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Bold denotes an Orioles pitcher
Future Games Legend
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2022 Game Log: 75–67 (Home: 41–30; Away: 34–37)
April: 7–14 (Home: 4–4; Away: 3–10)
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1 April 8 @ Rays 1–2 Kittredge (1–0) López (0–1) Raley (1) Tropicana Field 25,025 0–1 L1
2 April 9 @ Rays 3–5 Fleming (1–0) Lyles (0–1) Kittredge (1) Tropicana Field 15,615 0–2 L2
3 April 10 @ Rays 0–8 Springs (1–0) Wells (0–1) Tropicana Field 14,100 0–3 L3
4 April 11 Brewers 2–0 Baumann (1–0) Houser (0–1) López (1) Camden Yards 44,461 1–3 W1
5 April 12 Brewers 4–5 Milner (1–0) Bautista (0–1) Hader (2) Camden Yards 11,814 1–4 L1
6 April 13 Brewers 2–4 Boxberger (2–0) López (0–2) Hader (3) Camden Yards 12,704 1–5 L2
7 April 15 Yankees 2–1 (11) Krehbiel (1–0) Schmidt (0–2) Camden Yards 32,197 2–5 W1
8 April 16 Yankees 2–5 Sears (1–0) Lakins Sr. (0–1) Holmes (1) Camden Yards 28,179 2–6 L1
9 April 17 Yankees 5–0 López (1–1) Loáisiga (0–1) Camden Yards 25,938 3–6 W1
10 April 18 @ Athletics 1–5 Montas (2–1) Krehbiel (0–2) Oakland Coliseum 17,503 3–7 L1
11 April 19 @ Athletics 1–2 Logue (1–0) Baumann (1–1) Jackson (1) Oakland Coliseum 3,478 3–8 L2
12 April 20 @ Athletics 1–0 Lyles (1–1) Jefferies (1–2) López (2) Oakland Coliseum 2,703 4–8 W1
13 April 21 @ Athletics 4–6 Blackburn (2–0) Wells (0–2) Jiménez (2) Oakland Coliseum 4,429 4–9 L1
14 April 22 @ Angels 5–3 Zimmermann (1–0) Detmers (0–1) López (3) Angel Stadium 31,679 5–9 W1
15 April 23 @ Angels 5–4 Baker (1–0) Loup (0–1) López (4) Angel Stadium 43,883 6–9 W2
16 April 24 @ Angels 6–7 Herget (1–0) Baumann (1–2) Bradley (1) Angel Stadium 41,984 6–10 L1
17 April 26 @ Yankees 8–12 Severino (2–0) Lyles (1–2) Yankee Stadium 28,596 6–11 L2
18 April 27 @ Yankees 2–5 King (2–0) Krehbiel (1–2) Holmes (2) Yankee Stadium 31,122 6–12 L3
19 April 28 @ Yankees 5–10 Castro (2–0) Zimmermann (1–1) Yankee Stadium 29,268 6–13 L4
20 April 29 Red Sox 1–3 Houck (2–1) Bradish (0–1) Strahm (1) Camden Yards 15,685 6–14 L5
21 April 30 Red Sox 2–1 (10) López (2–1) Sawamura (0–1) Camden Yards 19,927 7–14 W1
May: 14–16 (Home: 8–8; Away: 6–8)
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22 May 1 Red Sox 9–5 Lyles (2–2) Pivetta (0–4) Camden Yards 19,117 8–14 W2
23 May 2 Twins 1–2 Paddack (1–2) Baker (1–1) Durán (1) Camden Yards 7,427 8–15 L1
24 May 3 Twins 2–7 Thielbar (1–0) Krehbiel (1–3) Camden Yards 6,678 8–16 L2
25 May 4 Twins 9–4 Pérez (1–0) Bundy (3–2) Camden Yards 7,466 9–16 W1
26 May 5 Twins 5–3 López (3–1) Durán (0–1) Camden Yards 8,652 10–16 W2
May 6 Royals PPD, RAIN; rescheduled for MAY 8
May 7 Royals PPD, RAIN; rescheduled for MAY 9
27 May 8 (1) Royals 4–6 Clarke (1–0) López (3–2) Barlow (2) Camden Yards see 2nd game 10–17 L1
28 May 8 (2) Royals 4–2 Zimmermann (2–1) Lynch (2–2) Tate (1) Camden Yards 19,893 11–17 W1
29 May 9 Royals 6–1 Wells (1–2) Hernández (0–2) Camden Yards 9,438 12–17 W2
30 May 10 @ Cardinals 5–3 Bradish (1–1) Naughton (0–1) Bautista (1) Busch Stadium 33,649 13–17 W3
31 May 11 @ Cardinals 1–10 Mikolas (3–1) Watkins (0–1) Busch Stadium 34,533 13–18 L1
32 May 12 @ Cardinals 3–2 Akin (1–0) Matz (3–3) Bautista (2) Busch Stadium 35,198 14–18 W1
33 May 13 @ Tigers 2–4 R8dríguez (1–2) Lyles (2–3) Vest (1) Comerica Park 23,941 14–19 L1
34 May 14 @ Tigers 0–3 Peralta (1–0) Zimmermann (2–2) Soto (5) Comerica Park 28,016 14–20 L2
35 May 15 @ Tigers 1–5 Skubal (3–2) Wells (1–3) Comerica Park 20,080 14–21 L3
36 May 16 Yankees 2–6 Severino (3–0) Bradish (1–2) Camden Yards 12,228 14–22 L4
37 May 17 Yankees 4–5 Taillon (4–1) Tate (0–2) Chapman (9) Camden Yards 12,635 14–23 L5
38 May 18 Yankees 2–3 Cole (4–0) Lyles (2–4) Holmes (3) Camden Yards 13,850 14–24 L6
39 May 19 Yankees 9–6 Bautista (1–1) Luetge (1–1) Camden Yards 23,819 15–24 W1
40 May 20 Rays 8–6 (13) Vespi (1–0) Garza Jr. (0–1) Camden Yards 15,127 16–24 W2
41 May 21 Rays 1–6 Springs (2–1) Bradish (1–3) Camden Yards 17,573 16–25 L1
42 May 22 Rays 7–6 (11) Pérez (2–0) Knight (0–1) Camden Yards 23,778 17–25 W1
43 May 23 @ Yankees 6–4 Lyles (3–4) Cole (4–1) López (5) Yankee Stadium 32,187 18–25 W2
44 May 24 @ Yankees 6–7 (10) Schmidt (3–2) Baker (1–2) Yankee Stadium 32,289 18–26 L1
45 May 25 @ Yankees 0–2 Sears (2–0) Wells (1–4) Holmes (5) Yankee Stadium 39,154 18–27 L2
46 May 27 @ Red Sox 12–8 Pérez (3–0) Strahm (2–2) Fenway Park 29,251 19–27 W1
47 May 28 (1) @ Red Sox 3–5 Eovaldi (2–2) Akin (1–1) Fenway Park 26,912 19–28 L1
48 May 28 (2) @ Red Sox 4–2 Krehbiel (2–3) Winckowski (0–1) López (6) Fenway Park 28,491 20–28 W1
49 May 29 @ Red Sox 2–12 Pivetta (4–4) Zimmermann (2–3) Fenway Park 35,715 20–29 L1
50 May 30 @ Red Sox 10–0 Wells (2–4) Hill (1–3) Fenway Park 24,809 21–29 W1
51 May 31 Mariners 0–10 Kirby (1–1) Baker (1–3) Camden Yards 8,074 21–30 L1
June: 14–12 (Home: 6–5; Away: 8–7)
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52 June 1 Mariners 9–2 Pérez (4–0) Ray (4–6) Camden Yards 8,400 22–30 W1
53 June 2 Mariners 6–7 (10) Castillo (2–0) López (3–3) Camden Yards 8,817 22–31 L1
54 June 3 Guardians 3–6 Bieber (3–3) Zimmermann (2–4) Clase (8) Camden Yards 15,456 22–32 L2
55 June 4 Guardians 5–4 Bautista (2–1) McKenzie (3–5) López (7) Camden Yards 17,183 23–32 W1
56 June 5 Guardians 2–3 Plesac (2–4) Kremer (0–1) Clase (9) Camden Yards 14,815 23–33 L1
57 June 7 Cubs 9–3 Baker (2–3) Thompson (6–1) Camden Yards 11,509 24–33 W1
June 8 Cubs PPD, RAIN; rescheduled for AUG 18
58 June 9 @ Royals 5–7 Payamps (2–1) Lyles (3–5) Barlow (6) Kauffman Stadium 15,594 24–34 L1
59 June 10 @ Royals 1–8 Heasley (1–3) Zimmermann (2–5) Kauffman Stadium 17,650 24–35 L2
60 June 11 @ Royals 6–4 Wells (3–4) Lynch (2–6) López (8) Kauffman Stadium 15,134 25–35 W1
61 June 12 @ Royals 10–7 Kremer (1–1) Keller (1–8) Pérez (1) Kauffman Stadium 15,037 26–35 W2
62 June 13 @ Blue Jays 1–11 Manoah (8–1) Bradish (1–4) Rogers Centre 19,716 26–36 L1
63 June 14 @ Blue Jays 6–5 Lyles (4–5) Kikuchi (2–3) López (9) Rogers Centre 23,106 27–36 W1
64 June 15 @ Blue Jays 6–7 (10) Cimber (7–2) Bautista (2–2) Rogers Centre 19,961 27–37 L1
65 June 16 @ Blue Jays 10–2 Wells (4–4) Gausman (5–6) Rogers Centre 36,832 28–37 W1
66 June 17 Rays 1–0 Bautista (3–2) Faucher (0–1) López (10) Camden Yards 13,140 29–37 W2
67 June 18 Rays 6–7 Faucher (1–1) Tate (0–3) Poche (4) Camden Yards 15,426 29–38 L1
68 June 19 Rays 2–1 Vespi (2–0) Kluber (3–4) López (11) Camden Yards 23,004 30–38 W1
69 June 21 Nationals 0–3 Fedde (5–5) Lyles (4–6) Rainey (8) Camden Yards 19,197 30–39 L1
70 June 22 Nationals 7–0 (6) Wells (5–4) Corbin (3–10) Vespi (1) Camden Yards 12,630 31–39 W1
71 June 23 @ White Sox 4–0 Kremer (2–1) Cueto (1–4) López (12) Guaranteed Rate Field 22,431 32–39 W2
72 June 24 @ White Sox 4–1 Krehbiel (3–3) Kopech (2–4) López (13) Guaranteed Rate Field 27,943 33–39 W3
73 June 25 @ White Sox 6–2 Watkins (1–1) Lynn (1–1) Guaranteed Rate Field 29,282 34–39 W4
74 June 26 @ White Sox 3–4 Cease (6–3) Lyles (4–7) Graveman (3) Guaranteed Rate Field 29,191 34–40 L1
75 June 27 @ Mariners 9–2 Wells (6–4) Kirby (2–3) Akin (1) T-Mobile Park 21,615 35–40 W1
76 June 28 @ Mariners 0–2 Castillo (5–1) Pérez (4–1) Sewald (7) T-Mobile Park 16,024 35–41 L1
77 June 29 @ Mariners 3–9 Flexen (4–8) Voth (0–1) T-Mobile Park 17,412 35–42 L2
July: 16–9 (Home: 11–3; Away: 5–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak/
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78 July 1 @ Twins 2–3 Minaya (1–0) López (3–4) Target Field 25,540 35–43 L3
79 July 2 @ Twins 3–4 Pagán (2–3) López (3–5) Target Field 20,618 35–44 L4
80 July 3 @ Twins 3–1 Wells (7–4) Smeltzer (4–2) Tate (2) Target Field 24,424 36–44 W1
81 July 4 Rangers 7–6 (10) Baker (3–3) Moore (3–1) Camden Yards 18,670 37–44 W2
82 July 5 Rangers 10–9 (10) Krehbiel (4–3) Moore (3–2) Camden Yards 7,371 38–44 W3
83 July 6 Rangers 2–1 Watkins (2–1) Otto (4–5) López (14) Camden Yards 7,648 39–44 W4
84 July 7 Angels 4–1 Lyles (5–7) Silseth (1–3) López (15) Camden Yards 13,088 40–44 W5
85 July 8 Angels 5–4 Tate (1–3) Iglesias (2–5) Camden Yards 27,814 41–44 W6
86 July 9 Angels 1–0 Kremer (3–1) Sandoval (3–4) López (16) Camden Yards 32,286 42–44 W7
87 July 10 Angels 9–5 Voth (1–1) Suárez (1–3) Camden Yards 19,521 43–44 W8
88 July 12 @ Cubs 4–2 Lyles (6–7) Sampson (0–1) López (17) Wrigley Field 31,079 44–44 W9
89 July 13 @ Cubs 7–1 Watkins (3–1) Steele (3–6) Wrigley Field 29,529 45–44 W10
90 July 15 @ Rays 4–5 Wisler (3–3) Wells (7–5) Raley (6) Tropicana Field 13,917 45–45 L1
91 July 16 @ Rays 6–4 (11) López (4–5) Bard (1–1) Krehbiel (1) Tropicana Field 19,886 46–45 W1
92 July 17 @ Rays 5–7 Kluber (6–5) Lyles (6–8) Adam (4) Tropicana Field 13,813 46–46 L1
ASG July 19 @ Dodger Stadium AL @ NL Valdez (1–0) Gonsolin (0–1) Clase (1) Dodger Stadium 52,518 N/A
93 July 22 Yankees 6–7 Luetge (3–3) Wells (7–6) Holmes (17) Camden Yards 28,468 46–47 L2
94 July 23 Yankees 6–3 Pérez (5–1) Cole (9–3) López (18) Camden Yards 36,361 47–47 W1
95 July 24 Yankees 0–6 Cortés Jr. (8–3) Kremer (3–2) Schmidt (1) Camden Yards 25,623 47–48 L1
96 July 25 Rays 5–1 Vespi (3–0) Kluber (6–6) Camden Yards 9,606 48–48 W1
97 July 26 Rays 5–3 Akin (2–1) Poche (2–1) López (19) Camden Yards 11,307 49–48 W2
98 July 27 Rays 4–6 (10) Poche (3–1) López (4–6) Fairbanks (1) Camden Yards 13,592 49–49 L1
99 July 28 Rays 3–0 Lyles (7–8) Yarbrough (0–6) Bautista (3) Camden Yards 16,784 50–49 W1
100 July 29 @ Reds 6–2 Tate (2–3) Farmer (0–1) Great American Ball Park 23,658 51–49 W2
101 July 30 @ Reds 2–8 Mahle (5–7) Kremer (3–3) Great American Ball Park 29,104 51–50 L1
102 July 31 @ Reds 2–3 Díaz (3–1) Bautista (3–3) Farmer (1) Great American Ball Park 20,496 51–51 L2
August: 17–10 (Home: 8–4; Away: 9–6)
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103 August 1 @ Rangers 7–2 Watkins (4–1) Gray (7–6) Akin (2) Globe Life Field 19,161 52–51 W1
104 August 2 @ Rangers 8–2 Lyles (8–8) Howard (2–3) Globe Life Field 21,622 53–51 W2
105 August 3 @ Rangers 6–3 Pérez (6–1) Leclerc (0–1) Globe Life Field 20,221 54–51 W3
106 August 5 Pirates 1–0 Kremer (4–3) Keller (3–8) Bautista (4) Camden Yards 25,613 55–51 W4
107 August 6 Pirates 6–3 Voth (2–1) Brubaker (2–10) Camden Yards 41,086 56–51 W5
108 August 7 Pirates 1–8 Wilson (2–6) Watkins (4–2) Camden Yards 16,714 56–52 L1
109 August 8 Blue Jays 7–4 Lyles (9–8) Kikuchi (4–6) Bautista (5) Camden Yards 12,671 57–52 W1
110 August 9 Blue Jays 6–5 Vespi (4–0) García (1–4) Bautista (6) Camden Yards 11,080 58–52 W2
August 10 Blue Jays PPD, RAIN; rescheduled for SEPT 5
111 August 11 @ Red Sox 3–4 Davis (2–1) Kremer (4–4) Schreiber (4) Fenway Park 33,927 58–53 L1
112 August 12 @ Rays 10–3 Voth (3–1) Kluber (7–7) Tropicana Field 12,380 59–53 W1
113 August 13 @ Rays 2–8 McClanahan (11–5) Hall (0–1) Tropicana Field 16,823 59–54 L1
114 August 14 @ Rays 1–4 Rasmussen (7–4) Lyles (9–9) Adam (6) Tropicana Field 18,093 59–55 L2
115 August 15 @ Blue Jays 7–3 Baker (4–3) Kikuchi (4–7) Rogers Centre 26,769 60–55 W1
116 August 16 @ Blue Jays 4–2 Kremer (5–4) Manoah (12–6) Bautista (7) Rogers Centre 37,940 61–55 W2
117 August 17 @ Blue Jays 1–6 García (2–4) Krehbiel (4–4) Rogers Centre 40,141 61–56 L1
118 August 18 Cubs 2–3 Sampson (1–3) Watkins (4–3) Hughes (1) Camden Yards 19,454 61–57 L2
119 August 19 Red Sox 15–10 Vespi (5–0) Crawford (5–3) Camden Yards 33,136 62–57 W1
120 August 20 Red Sox 3–4 Wacha (8–1) Bradish (1–5) Whitlock (5) Camden Yards 34,939 62–58 L1
121 August 21 Red Sox[a] 5–3 Pérez (7–1) Barnes (0–4) Bautista (8) Muncy Bank Ballpark 2,467 63–58 W1
122 August 23 White Sox 5–3 Voth (4–1) Cease (12–6) Bautista (9) Camden Yards 12,954 64–58 W2
123 August 24 White Sox 3–5 Giolito (10–7) Watkins (4–4) Camden Yards 12,565 64–59 L1
124 August 25 White Sox 4–3 (11) Bautista (4–3) Diekman (5–3) Camden Yards 13,905 65–59 W1
125 August 26 @ Astros 2–0 Bradish (2–5) Javier (7–9) Tate (3) Minute Maid Park 31,035 66–59 W2
126 August 27 @ Astros 3–1 Kremer (6–4) Urquidy (12–5) Bautista (10) Minute Maid Park 34,526 67–59 W3
127 August 28 @ Astros 1–3 Stanek (2–1) Voth (4–2) Montero (9) Minute Maid Park 31,559 67–60 L1
128 August 30 @ Guardians 1–5 Quantrill (11–5) Watkins (4–5) Progressive Field 12,492 67–61 L2
129 August 31 @ Guardians 4–0 Lyles (10–9) McKenzie (9–11) Progressive Field 12,221 68–61 W1
September: 7–6 (Home: 4–6; Away: 3–0)
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130 September 1 @ Guardians 3–0 Bradish (3–5) Bieber (8–8) Bautista (11) Progressive Field 11,827 69–61 W2
131 September 2 Athletics 5–2 Tate (3–3) Acevedo (3–3) Camden Yards 13,558 70–61 W3
132 September 3 Athletics 8–1 Akin (3–1) Oller (2–7) Camden Yards 30,853 71–61 W4
133 September 4 Athletics 0–5 Martínez (4–3) Watkins (4–6) Camden Yards 19,883 71–62 L1
134 September 5 (1) Blue Jays 3–7 Gausman (11–9) Baumann (1–3) Camden Yards see 2nd game 71–63 L2
135 September 5 (2) Blue Jays 4–8 Berríos (10–5) Akin (3–2) Camden Yards 25,451 71–64 L3
136 September 6 Blue Jays 9–6 Tate (4–3) White (1–6) Bautista (12) Camden Yards 8,411 72–64 W1
137 September 7 Blue Jays 1–4 Manoah (14–7) Kremer (6–5) Romano (31) Camden Yards 11,488 72–65 L1
138 September 9 Red Sox 3–2 Reed (2–0) Bello (1–5) Tate (4) Camden Yards 16,451 73–65 W1
139 September 10 Red Sox 4–17 Wacha (11–1) Lyles (10–10) Camden Yards 26,050 73–66 L1
140 September 11 Red Sox 0–1 Hill (7–6) Bradish (3–6) Barnes (5) Camden Yards 16,030 73–67 L2
141 September 13 @ Nationals 4–3 Kremer (7–5) Harvey (1–1) Bautista (13) Nationals Park 31,679 74–67 W1
142 September 14 @ Nationals 6–2 Voth (5–2) Thompson (1–1) Nationals Park 32,497 75–67 W2
143 September 16 @ Blue Jays Rogers Centre
144 September 17 @ Blue Jays Rogers Centre
145 September 18 @ Blue Jays Rogers Centre
146 September 19 Tigers Camden Yards
147 September 20 Tigers Camden Yards
148 September 21 Tigers Camden Yards
149 September 22 Astros Camden Yards
150 September 23 Astros Camden Yards
151 September 24 Astros Camden Yards
152 September 25 Astros Camden Yards
153 September 26 @ Red Sox Fenway Park
154 September 27 @ Red Sox Fenway Park
155 September 28 @ Red Sox Fenway Park
156 September 29 @ Red Sox Fenway Park
157 September 30 @ Yankees Yankee Stadium
October: 0–0 (Home: 0–0; Away: 0–0)
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158 October 1 @ Yankees Yankee Stadium
159 October 2 @ Yankees Yankee Stadium
160 October 3 Blue Jays Camden Yards
161 October 4 Blue Jays Camden Yards
162 October 5 Blue Jays Camden Yards

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Batting[11]
Batting averagedagger Trey Mancini .303
Runs scored Cedric Mullins 25
RBIs Anthony Santander 29
Home runs 9
Stolen bases Jorge Mateo 13
Pitching[12]
ERAdouble-dagger Jordan Lyles 4.26
WHIPdouble-dagger Bruce Zimmermann 1.297
Wins Jorge López
Jordan Lyles
Cionel Pérez
3
Strikeouts Jordan Lyles 51
Saves Jorge López 6

Updated through game of May 31.
dagger Minimum 3.1 plate appearances per team games played
   AVG qualified batters: Hays, Mancini, Mateo, Mountcastle, Mullins, Santander, Urias
double-dagger Minimum 1 inning pitched per team games played
   ERA & WHIP qualified pitchers: Lyles, Zimmermann

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 GCL Orioles Gulf Coast 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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