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Orioles
Orioles
   play at   
Oriole Park
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
1966
   World Series Champions were the   
Baltimore Orioles
Swept Los Angeles Dodgers in 4 games. MVP: Frank Robinson
1970
   World Series Champions were the   
Baltimore Orioles
5 games v. Cincinnati Reds. MVP: Brooks Robinson
1983
   World Series Champions were the   
Baltimore Orioles
5 games v. Philadelphia Phillies. MVP: Rick Dempsey
The Orioles
   released the single   
Crying In the Chapel
1953; continual acclaim
Louis Apericio
   is famous for   
Speedy Shortstop for the White Sox, Orioles and Red Sox
Led the league in stolen bases nine times
Jim Palmer
   is famous for   
Orioles Right-hander, 65-84; 268 Wins
3-time Cy Young Award winner
Orioles
   in Latin would be   
Icteri Galbuli
Battling Orioles (1924)
   starred   
Glenn Tryon, Blanche Mehaffey and John T. Prince
Also starred Noah Young, Sam Lufkin & Robert Page. Plot: A young barber's girlfriend falls into the clutches of a shady nightclub owner and his cohorts, who plan to get her involved in their nefarious schemes.
Earl Weaver
   was manager of   
Baltimore Orioles
1968-1982; 1985-86
Jimmie Dykes
   was manager of   
Baltimore Orioles
1954
Mike Hargrove
   was manager of   
Baltimore Orioles
2000-2003
Davey Johnson
   was manager of   
Baltimore Orioles
1996-97
Frank Robinson
   was manager of   
Baltimore Orioles
1988-1991
Paul Richards
   was manager of   
Baltimore Orioles
1955-1961
Johnny Oates
   was manager of   
Baltimore Orioles
1991-1994
Crying in the Chapel
   was released by   
The Orioles
1953 - inducted in 2008






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