Baltimore Orioles Team History & Encyclopedia

Team Names: Baltimore Orioles, St. Louis Browns, Milwaukee Brewers

Seasons: 118 (1901 to 2018)

Record: 8714-9620, .475 W-L%

Playoff Appearances: 14

Pennants: 7

World Championships: 3

Events in Baltimore Orioles and St. Louis Browns Team History 

John Mcgraw
John McGraw is born in Truxton, New York
1873 - John McGraw is born in Truxton, New York. A fiery third baseman for the 1890s Baltimore Orioles, McGraw will achieve much more recognition as an innovative, ...
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Chris von der Ahe takes control of the St. Louis Browns
Chris von der Ahe takes control of the St. Louis Browns
October 8 – Chris von der Ahe takes control of the St. Louis Browns. The Browns join the soon to be formed American Association, ...
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The American Association is founded in Cincinnati, OH with the motto "Liberty to All."
The American Association is founded in Cincinnati, OH with the motto “Liberty to All.”
1881 - The American Association is founded in Cincinnati, OH with the motto "Liberty to All." The members are the Brooklyn Atlantics, Cincinnati Red Stockings, Louisville Colonels, Philadelphia Athletics, Pittsburgh ...
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St. Louis Browns owner Chris Von der Ahe takes $1,000 from the Pittsburgh Alleghenys for the rights to Sam Barkley
St. Louis Browns owner Chris Von der Ahe takes $1,000 from the Pittsburgh Alleghenys for the rights to Sam Barkley
1886 - Having waited in vain for the $1,000 check from the Baltimore Orioles club, St. Louis Browns owner Chris Von der Ahe takes $1,000 from the Pittsburgh ...
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Via a transatlantic telegraph from Paris, France, American Association 40-game winner Bob Caruthers agrees to terms with St. Louis Browns owner Chris von der Ahe. Caruthers' well-publicized holdout will earn him the nickname "Parisian Bob."
Via a transatlantic telegraph from Paris, France, American Association 40-game winner Bob Caruthers agrees to terms with St. Louis Browns owner Chris von der Ahe. Caruthers’ well-publicized holdout will earn him the nickname “Parisian Bob.”
Via a transatlantic telegraph from Paris, France, American Association 40-game winner Bob Caruthers agrees to terms with St. Louis Browns owner Chris von der Ahe. Caruthers' well-publicized holdout ...
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Cincinnati Red Stockings and St. Louis Browns make the first recorded trade
Cincinnati Red Stockings and St. Louis Browns make the first recorded trade
The American Association's Red Stockings deal rookie catcher Jack Boyle and $400 to the Browns in exchange for outfielder Hugh ...
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John Pickett wins $1,285.72 in a lawsuit against the Baltimore Orioles
John Pickett wins $1,285.72 in a lawsuit against the Baltimore Orioles
1893 - John Pickett wins $1,285.72 in a lawsuit against the Baltimore Orioles, his most recent team. Baltimore had claimed that they did not ...
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Dan Brouthers Brooklyn Dodgers
Brooklyn Trades 2 Hall of Famers to Be
Pinterest Instagram Facebook Youtube Baltimore bilks Brooklyn out of future Hall of Famers Dan Brouthers and Willie Keller in return ...
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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL SEASON RECAP 1895
Season Recap: 1895 League Champion: Baltimore Orioles ...
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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL SEASON RECAP 1896
Season Recap: 1896 League Champion: Baltimore Orioles ...
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On the same day, Ted Breitenstein of the Cincinnati Reds and Jay Hughes of the Baltimore Orioles each pitch no-hit ball games.
On the same day, Ted Breitenstein of the Cincinnati Reds and Jay Hughes of the Baltimore Orioles each pitch no-hit ball games.
On the same day, Ted Breitenstein of the Cincinnati Reds and Jay Hughes of the Baltimore Orioles each pitch no-hit ball games. Breitenstein's gem is against the Pittsburgh Pirates, 11 ...
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Under a joint ownership arrangement, several Baltimore Orioles players are shifted to the Brooklyn Bridegrooms
Under a joint ownership arrangement, several Baltimore Orioles players are shifted to the Brooklyn Bridegrooms
1899 - Under a joint ownership arrangement, several Baltimore Orioles players are shifted to the Brooklyn Bridegrooms, and that club transfers several to the ...
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John McGraw
McGraw makes managerial debut
On April 18, 1899, 26-year old John McGraw makes his managerial debut with the Baltimore Orioles of the National League, ...
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Baltimore Orioles sell three of their stars - third baseman John McGraw, catcher Wilbert Robinson, and infielder Bill Keister
Baltimore Orioles sell three of their stars – third baseman John McGraw, catcher Wilbert Robinson, and infielder Bill Keister
Baltimore Orioles sell three of their stars - third baseman John McGraw, catcher Wilbert Robinson, and infielder Bill Keister ...
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John McGraw and Wilbert Robinson sign contracts with the Baltimore Orioles of the National League
John McGraw and Wilbert Robinson sign contracts with the Baltimore Orioles of the National League
1900 - John McGraw and Wilbert Robinson sign contracts with the Baltimore Orioles of the National League. When the long-rumored move by Baltimore to disband occurs, the two players are ...
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The Baltimore Orioles of the American League club incorporates, with John McGraw as manager and part owner.
The Baltimore Orioles of the American League club incorporates, with John McGraw as manager and part owner.
1901 - The Baltimore American League club incorporates, with John McGraw as manager and part owner ...
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American League is born January 28 1901
On January 28, 1901 The American League formally organizes as a major league, having been a top minor league in ...
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Baltimore Orioles manager John McGraw announces that he has signed a Cherokee Indian
Baltimore Orioles manager John McGraw announces that he has signed a Cherokee Indian
On March 11, 1901, Baltimore Orioles manager John McGraw announces that he has signed a Cherokee Indian named “Tokohama” to ...
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Addie Joss pitches a one-hit shutout in his major league debut
Addie Joss pitches a one-hit shutout in his major league debut
1902 - At Sportsman's Park, Addie Joss of the Cleveland Bronchos pitches a one-hit shutout in his major league debut, beating the hometown St. Louis Browns, 3 - 0. The ...
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John McGraw is hit by pitches five times
John McGraw is hit by pitches five times
On April 29, 1902, Baltimore Orioles infielder John McGraw is hit by pitches five times, but home plate umpire Jack ...
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New York Highlander outfielder “Wee Willie” Keeler hit two inside-the-park home runs in a 9-1 victory over the St. Louis Browns
New York Highlander outfielder “Wee Willie” Keeler hit two inside-the-park home runs in a 9-1 victory over the St. Louis Browns
On August 24, 1904, New York Highlander outfielder "Wee Willie" Keeler hit two inside-the-park home runs in a 9-1 victory ...
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The St. Louis Browns trade second baseman Pete O’Brien to the Cleveland Naps in exchange for catcher Fritz Buelow.
1907 - The St. Louis Browns trade second baseman Pete O'Brien to the Cleveland Naps in exchange for catcher Fritz Buelow ...
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