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2016 BALTIMORE ORIOLES MEDIA GUIDE

2016 ORIOLES MEDIA GUIDE

FRONT OFFICE ORIOLES REACH MANAGER & COACHES 2016 ORIOLES 2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY

MINOR LEAGUES Baseball Operations Directory & Affiliates’ Records........................................248 Scouts..........................................................249 First Year Player Draft/1st Round Picks......251 Minor League Staff......................................252 Minor League Schedules.............................259 Affiliates & Staff...........................................261 Minor League Register................................295 Player Bios, Stats & Highlights....................296 RECORDS AND HISTORY Record and Standings, ’54-’15....................390 Home-Road Record, ’54-’15........................391 Year-by-Year Batting Leaders......................392 Year-by-Year Pitching Leaders....................393 Career Pitching............................................394 Batting Leaders...........................................395 Season Top 10 Batting Performances.........396 Season Top 10 Pitching Performances........397 .300 Hitters, 30-HR & 100-RBI Seasons.....399 RBI Leaders by Week/Month.......................400 Individual Batting Records, Game...............401 Individual Batting Records, Season.............402 Club Batting Records...................................403 Individual Home Run Records.....................404 Eutaw St. Home Runs.................................406 Club Home Run Records.............................408 Grand Slams, Current O’s...........................409 Grand Slams, All-Time O’s..........................410 Individual & Club Pitching Records, Game.....412 20-Game Winners.......................................412 Individual Pitching Records, Season...........413 Club Pitching Records, Season...................414 Low & No-Hit Games By/Vs. O’s.................414 Near No-Hitters............................................416 Individual AL & ML Fielding Records...........416 Club Fielding Records.................................417 Triple Plays & Gold Gloves..........................418 General Club Records.................................420 All-Time Roster............................................421 O’s Major Award Winners............................436 O’s All-Star Game Selectees.......................437 All-Star Game Notes....................................438 Postseason Notes & History........................439 History of Baseball in Baltimore...................456 National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum..........460 Orioles Hall of Fame....................................461 Herb Armstrong Award Winners..................462 Most Valuable Orioles..................................463 Retired Numbers - #4 Weaver, Earl.............464 Retired Numbers - #5 Robinson, Brooks.....465 Retired Numbers - #8 Ripken Jr., Cal..........466 Retired Numbers - #20 Robinson, Frank.....467 Retired Numbers - #22 Palmer, Jim............468 Retired Numbers - #33 Murray, Eddie.........469

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FRONT OFFICE Organizational Directory............................................3 Ownership Peter G. Angelos...........................................10 Investors........................................................12 Front Office John P. Angelos.............................................14 Louis Angelos................................................16 Robert A. Ames, CPA.....................................17 Lou Kousouris................................................17 Neil Aloise......................................................18 Greg Bader....................................................18 Marco Gentile................................................19 Michael D. Hoppes, CPA...............................19 David Rovine.................................................20 Dan Duquette................................................21 Brady Anderson.............................................22 Lee Thomas...................................................22 Fred Ferreira..................................................23 John Stockstill................................................23 Joe McIlvaine.................................................24 Tripp Norton...................................................24 Gary Rajsich..................................................25 Kent Qualls....................................................25 Brian Graham................................................25 Mike Snyder...................................................26 Sarah Gelles..................................................26 Staff Headshots.............................................27 OriolesREACH...................................................31 MANAGER AND COACHES Buck Showalter..............................................46 Coaches........................................................50 Behind the Scenes........................................62 PLAYERS 2016 Player Biographies...............................72 2015 YEAR IN REVIEW Summary.....................................................202 Day-by-Day..................................................206 2015 O’s Transactions.................................208 Major League Standings.............................. 211 Batting/Pitching Stats..................................212 O’s vs. Opponents.......................................213 Miscellaneous Stats.....................................214 OPPONENTS All-Time Records.........................................216 Record in Each Ballpark..............................217 Opponent Information by Team...................218

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BALTIMORE ORIOLES ORIOLE PARK AT CAMDEN YARDS The History of OPACY.................................472 Field, Dimensions, Warehouse, Foul Poles... 473 Memorial Wall, Parking,Seating...................474 Entertainment System.................................475 Improvements to OPACY.............................475 Firsts at OPACY, Tours & Ground Rules......478 Year-By-Year Attendance Information..........479 Attendance Notes........................................480 Attendance Records....................................481 Record Crowds........................................... 482 MEDIA Orioles Public Relations Department...........484 BBWAA & O’s Radio Network......................485 TV Info & Orioles Broadcasters...................486 Spring Training Info.....................................492 Spring Training Schedule............................494 2015 MLB Important Dates..........................495 OPACY Seating Chart.................................496 INFORMATION BOXES WINS & LOSSES All-Time Record By Month...........................405 Orioles Managers All-Time Record................49 PITCHING Most Saves by Rookie Pitchers...................177 Now Pitching................................................200 Oh, What a Relief........................................128 Pitching Coaches...........................................60 HITTING 20-20 Club...................................................409 All-Time HR Leaders at OPACY.................. 117 Hitting for the Cycle.....................................401 Club Batting.................................................407 Inside-the-Park HRs.................................... 411 Leading Active HR Hitters vs. O’s................405 Longest Home Runs at OPACY...................407 Position Leaders, HR & RBI........................ 411 AWARDS Brooks Robinson Award..............................263 Cal Ripken Sr. Award...................................263 Elrod Hendricks Award................................269 Ford C. Frick Award.....................................489 Jim Palmer Prize.........................................101 Minor League Players of the Year.................... .250 Monthly Award Winners...............................141 Russo Award................................................260 Silver Slugger Award Winners.......................86 MISC 2015 Odds & Ends......................................210 50/100 Millionth Fan....................................481 All In The Family..........................................120 Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum................182



Birds’ Biggest Deal........................................95 Born to be an Oriole....................................200 Coaching Tenures..........................................65 Did You Know???........................................182 Division Clinch Dates...................................439 Elrod Hendricks.............................................65 Exhibition Games Attendance.....................494 Expansion Losses.......................................286 Head Athletic Trainers...................................61 Making the Last One Count.........................142 Oldest Players in Orioles History.................136 One-Time Orioles, One-Time Major Leaguers...........................193 Oriole Advocates.........................................205 Oriole DH’s (sales volunteers).....................205 Pre-Game Workout Schedule......................480 Presidential Visits........................................405 Youngest Players in Orioles History..............81 © Baltimore Orioles, LP, 2016 Produced by: Kristen Hudak, Jim Misudek, Chris Martrich, Jim Hogan, Elizabeth Ayers, Jacquelynn Harig, Amanda Sarver, Greg Bader, Julie Ludwig, Lucie Camp, Lacey Goodman, Jeff Orner, The Baltimore Orioles Public Relations Department, Tray, Inc. Statistical Data provided by: MLB Information Systems, Elias Sports Bureau, STATS Inc., Society for American Baseball Research, Baseball-Reference.com Photo Credits: All photos courtesy of Todd Olszewski except: Marty Morrow, Mort Tadder, Getty Images Printing by:

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EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT Chairman of the Board/Chief Executive Officer

Peter G. Angelos John P. Angelos

Ownership Representative

Louis Angelos

General Counsel

H. Russell Smouse

BUSINESS/ADMINISTRATION Lou Kousouris

Executive Administrative Assistant

Jen Tillmann

Executive Administrative Assistant

Colleen Gellatly

FINANCE Vice President, Finance

Michael D. Hoppes, CPA

Director, Finance

Carole Bohon J. Elena Arellano, CPA

Financial Analyst

Kaye Laker

Financial Analyst

Joe Lichtfuss

Ticket Office Accountant

Joan Walsh

Manager, Accounts Receivable

Kim Yancheski Diane Schmitt

ADMINISTRATION Director, Human Resources Human Resources Specialist

Lisa Tolson, PHR, SHRM-CP Wendy Morrison, PHR, SHRM-CP

Human Resources & Accounting Assistant

Cindy Dumas

Director, Information Systems

James L. Kline

Manager, Business Applications Information Systems Administrator Merchandising Manager Purchasing Manager

Joe Petralia Sharon Daniels Marcy M. Zerhusen Jamie Bell Linda Ashauer Kelly Barth MEDIA

York, PA Store Manager

RECORDS & HISTORY

Manager, Accounts Payable

MINOR LEAGUES

Pamela Nowicki

ORIOLE PARK

Manager, Payroll

Manager, Information Systems

OPPONENTS

Senior Accountant

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Vice President/Special Liaison to Chairman

Robert A. Ames, CPA

2015 IN REVIEW

Executive Vice President/Chief Financial Officer

MANAGER & COACHES

Executive Vice President

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BALTIMORE ORIOLES

ORIOLES REACH

BASEBALL OPERATIONS MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL OPERATIONS Executive Vice President, Baseball Operations

Dan Duquette

MANAGER & COACHES

Vice President, Baseball Operations

Brady Anderson

Special Assistant to the EVP of Baseball Operations

Lee Thomas

Executive Director, International Recruiting

Fred Ferreira

Director, Player Personnel

John Stockstill

Senior Advisor, Player Personnel

Joe McIlvaine

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Director, Baseball Operations

Tripp Norton

Assistant Director, Major League Administration/Pro Scouting

Bill Wilkes

Director, Team Travel

Kevin Buck

2015 IN REVIEW

MEDICAL STAFF Head Athletic Trainer

Richie Bancells

OPPONENTS

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Brian Ebel

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Chris Correnti

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Chris Poole

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Joe Hogarty

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Ryosuke Naito

Team Physician/Medical Director

Dr. William Goldiner

Orthopedist

Dr. Michael Jacobs

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Dentist

Dr. Gus Livaditis

Optometrist

Dr. Elliott Myrowitz

MAJOR LEAGUE CLUBHOUSE RECORDS & HISTORY

Equipment Manager (Home)

Christopher Guth

Equipment Manager (Road)

Frederick Tyler

Umpire Room Manager

Irving “Bunny” German

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SCOUTING Director of Scouting

Gary Rajsich

Special Assistant to the EVP, Scouting

Danny Haas

Special Assistant to the EVP, Scouting MEDIA

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James W. Tyler

Assistant Equipment Manager

Administrator, Amateur Scouting

Matt Haas Brad Ciolek

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PLAYER DEVELOPMENT Director, Minor League Operations

Kent Qualls Brian Graham

Director, Dominican Republic Baseball Operations Director, Pitching Development

Nelson Norman Rick Peterson

Director, Dominican Republic Academy

Felipe Rojas Alou Jr.

Special Assignment Pitching Instructor

Ramon Martinez

Coordinator, Minor League Hitting

MANAGER & COACHES

Director, Player Development

ORIOLES REACH

FRONT OFFICE

Jeff Manto

Assistant Director, Minor League & International Operations

Cale Cox

BASEBALL DEVELOPMENT & ANALYTICS Director, Pacific Rim Operations/Baseball Development

Mike Snyder

Director, Baseball Analytics

Sarah Gelles

Coordinator, Baseball Operations

Pat DiGregory

Analyst, Baseball Analytics

Kevin Tenenbaum Matt Koizim

Coordinator, Advance Scouting

Ben Werthan

Coordinator, Major League Video

Michael Silverman

Video Coaching/Advance Scouting Assistant

Ben Sussman-Hyde

OPPONENTS

Coordinator, Professional Scouting

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J. Maria Arellano

2015 IN REVIEW

Manager, Minor League Administration

COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING Greg Bader

PUBLIC RELATIONS Director, Public Relations Manager, Media Relations Coordinator, Public Relations

Kristen Hudak Jim Misudek Chris Martrich

Coordinator, Digital Communications

Amanda Sarver

Public Relations Assistant

Elizabeth Ayers

Public Relations Assistant

Jim Hogan

Team Photographer

Todd Olszewski

Graphic Designer

Julie Ludwig

Graphic Design Assistant

Lucie Camp

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RECORDS & HISTORY

Lacey Goodman

ORIOLE PARK

Executive Assistant, Communications & Marketing

MEDIA

Vice President, Communications & Marketing

MINOR LEAGUES

BUSINESS OPERATIONS

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COMMUNITY RELATIONS & PROMOTIONS Director, Community Relations & Promotions Manager, Special Events

Bailey Frye

Coordinator, Community Relations

Christina Zizos

MANAGER & COACHES

Coordinator, Marketing

Karen Riddle

Community Relations Assistant

Nick Jones

ORIOLES ALUMNI Director, Orioles Alumni

Bill Stetka

2016 ORIOLES

Manager, Alumni Affairs

Steve Freeman

Alumni Affairs Assistant

Jennifer Steier

ORIOLES PRODUCTIONS Director, Orioles Productions

Mike Stashik

2015 IN REVIEW

Manager, In-Game Entertainment Producer, Orioles Productions

Bryan Krandle Ben Epstein

Video Graphics Coordinator, Orioles Productions Coordinator, Game Entertainment

OPPONENTS

Production Specialist

Joseph Kane III Heather Turnour John Tillmann

Public Address Announcer

Ryan Wagner

Senior Game Staff

Carl Birkmeyer

Senior Game Staff

Joe Bowers

Senior Game Staff

Ed Charik

MINOR LEAGUES

Senior Game Staff

Pete Holden

Senior Game Staff

Richard McFadden

RECORDS & HISTORY

Senior Game Staff

Bob Popik

Senior Game Staff

Diane Stefanick

Senior Game Staff

Sam Williams

CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS Vice President, Corporate Partnerships

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Kristen Schultz

Senior Manager, Corporate Partnership Sales Senior Manager, Partnership Marketing Manager, Corporate Partnership Sales Account Executive, Corporate Partnership Sales

Marco A. Gentile Ray Naimoli Mike DeMars Bill Marriott Nick Kistler

Coordinator, Partnership Marketing

Alex Elaine Parker

Coordinator, Partnership Marketing

Amy Schreiber

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FLORIDA OPERATIONS

Coordinator, Florida Operations

Matt Carroll

Coordinator, Baseball Facilities

Joe DiPuma

Manager, Sponsorship Sales

Amy Tuten

Manager, Ticket Operations

Scott Moudry

Groundskeeper

Nick Wilz Robert Albritton

Groundskeeper

Bob Kull

Groundskeeper

Bob Carlsen

Groundskeeper

Jim Duffy

Groundskeeper

Jeff Owings

TICKET SALES, SERVICE & OPERATIONS Vice President, Ticket Sales, Service & Operations Assistant Director, Sales Manager, Box Office Manager, Party Facilities

Neil Aloise Mark Hromalik Zach Brown Cory Daniele

Manager, New Sales

Matt Dougherty

Manager, Suite Sales

Matthew P. Dryer

Manager, Systems Inventory and Reporting Manager, Season Plan Sales Manager, Fan Services Coordinator, Tours Coordinator, Printing Coordinator, Party Facilities Coordinator, Processing

Steve Kowalski Scott Rosier Bud Verge Sue Ellen Hickman Janice Kemper Elyse Rowan Chrissie Werzinsky

Account Executive

Patrick Fields

Account Executive

Sean Foy

Account Executive

Ryan Kreissig

Account Executive

Deron Marchant

Account Executive Season Plan Sales Representative

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2015 IN REVIEW

Assistant Head Groundskeeper

2016 ORIOLES

Linda Jones Dan Thomas

OPPONENTS

Head Groundskeeper

MINOR LEAGUES

Florida Operations Assistant

MANAGER & COACHES

Rick Meyer

RECORDS & HISTORY

Manager, Facilities Operations

David Rovine Trevor Markham

ORIOLE PARK

Director, Florida Operations

Brett Ritchey Barry Bingaman

MEDIA

Vice President, Orioles-Sarasota

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BALTIMORE ORIOLES Season Plan Sales Representative

Ryan D. Fox

Season Plan Sales Representative

Carlos Gollahon, Jr.

Season Plan Sales Representative

Emily Maranto

Season Plan Sales Representative

Jason Mathias

Season Plan Sales Representative

Joyce J. Noto

Season Plan Sales Representative

Eric Wickenheiser

Group Sales Representative

Shawn Barletta

Group Sales Representative

Stephen Fisher

Group Sales Representative

Tehya Mockapetris

Group Sales Representative

Ren R. Wechsler

Administrative Assistant

Tracy Silwick

Main Receptionist

Debbie Cole

Senior Staff

Karen Baer

Senior Staff

Jim Carnaggio

Senior Staff

Joe Carnaggio

Senior Staff

Ena Clarke

Senior Staff

Bob Cooney

Senior Staff

Eric Feinblatt

Senior Staff

Pam Fields

Senior Staff

Tish Garrett

Senior Staff

Michael Heid

Senior Staff

Thom Hitzelberger

Senior Staff

Kandy Kepner

Senior Staff

Cheryl Lawrence

Senior Staff

Patricia Nedd

Senior Staff

Laura Prinn

Senior Staff

Patti Pritchard

Senior Staff

Susan Rowell

Senior Staff

Don Sapp

Senior Staff

Janine Sheeler

Senior Staff

David Tumminello

Senior Staff- Tours

Ed Bentley

Senior Staff- Tours

Wayne Christensen

Senior Staff- Tours

Bob Feldman

Senior Staff- Tours

Joe Flynn

Senior Staff- Tours

DJ McCann

Senior Staff- Tours

Cheryl Mendelsohn

Senior Staff- Tours

Mirv Metzger

Senior Staff- Tours

Dennis Siegel

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FRONT OFFICE

Duane Gannaway

Fan Services Representative

Jason Holzman

Fan Services Representative

Sharon Hunt

Fan Services Representative

Martin Josie

Fan Services Representative

Brad Kirkley

Fan Services Representative

Mark Nowicki

Fan Services Representative

Kevin Ryba

Fan Services Representative

Debbie Shacklock

Fan Services Representative

Marty Shifrin

Ticket Services Representative

Erin Gannon

Ticket Services Representative

Brendon Kennerly

Ticket Services Representative

Nick Meusel

Ticket Services Representative

Patrick Rocowiak

Ticket Services Representative

Sam Skidmore

Ticket Services Representative

Nick Tomechko

BALLPARK OPERATIONS Director, Ballpark Operations

Kevin Cummings

Manager, Ballpark Operations

Jack Webb

Manager, Event Operations

Alison McAvoy

Manager, Mail Room Operations

Larry Shockney

Mail Room Assistant

Dmitri Carter

Coordinator, Event Operations

Ben Ginsberg

Senior Assistant Head Groundskeeper

Thomas Kirsch

Junior Assistant Head Groundskeeper

Andrew Lawing

FOOD SERVICES Thomas Orszulak

MEDIA

Director, Food Services

RECORDS & HISTORY

Nicole McFadyen

ORIOLE PARK

Head Groundskeeper

ORIOLES REACH

Quentin Ellison

Fan Services Representative

MANAGER & COACHES

Fan Services Representative

2016 ORIOLES

Craig Wheeler

2015 IN REVIEW

Mike Trott

Senior Staff- Tours

OPPONENTS

Senior Staff- Tours

MINOR LEAGUES

FRONT OFFICE

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BALTIMORE ORIOLES PETER ANGELOS MANAGING PARTNER Peter Angelos, the Principal Owner and Managing Partner of the Baltimore Orioles, has brought dynamic leadership to the ballclub and to the community since he and his fellow investors restored the team to local ownership in August, 1993. Under his 23-year stewardship, the Orioles have reached the American League Championship Series three times and the playoffs four times, led the league in attendance five times – the first times in franchise history – and hosted such historic occasions as the first games between a Major League Baseball team and Cuba in nearly 40 years and Cal Ripken’s 2,131st consecutive game. In a testament to the enduring popularity of the team, in 2008 the Orioles welcomed their 100 millionth fan in franchise history and Oriole Park at Camden Yards welcomed its 50 millionth fan in just 17 seasons. Opened in 1992, Oriole Park is the ballpark which reached the 50 million fan milestone in the shortest period of time in the history of baseball. The Orioles’ ownership has committed to building a winner by rebuilding the farm system with young talent and utilizing analytics to identify complementary players. Under Mr. Angelos, the Orioles have dramatically increased their stake in scouting and player development, both in the United States and internationally. Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Dan Duquette and his staff are paving the way to a new era of Orioles baseball designed to further fortify the player development and scouting areas while building on the talent already at the Major League level. This commitment paid off in 2012, when several players scouted internationally combined with homegrown talent to help the Orioles to the American League Wild Card and a trip to the Division Series. A second straight winning season followed in 2013, and the team captured the American League East Division title in 2014, winning 96 games and advancing to the American League Championship Series. In the past four seasons, the Orioles have led the American League with 355 regular season wins and posted four straight .500 or better performances. In addition, Mr. Angelos’ vision in creating the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) maintained the integrity of the Orioles television territory. In conjunction with Major League Baseball’s relocation of the Nationals in Washington, D.C., Mr. Angelos, refusing to allow the division or diminution of the Orioles’ exclusive television territory, offered instead to share the Orioles’ exclusive television territory with the Nationals and to form a jointly-owned regional sports network that would professionally produce and present the games, shows, and programming of both teams throughout the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area and the seven-state region served by MASN. Orioles games are now distributed to a larger audience than ever, as the network is available to more than 7.4 million households from Harrisburg, Pa. to Charlotte, N.C. The network introduced pregame and postgame shows for every game and recruited Emmy award-winning, network-caliber broadcast teams, which include Hall of Famers and World Series MVPs. While the Orioles maintain a majority ownership interest in the network, MASN treats both teams equally in all matters. In 2016, the network began its 12th year televising Washington Nationals games and its ninth season as the Orioles’ television outlet as part of its 24-hour programming schedule. In addition to televising every available Nationals and Orioles game, Mr. Angelos wanted the network to highlight local collegiate programs whose games had not previously been televised. Many local Maryland schools are among the 200 NCAA football and basketball games televised by MASN every year. Mr. Angelos has been an industry leader in professional baseball and has helped strengthen the national pastime. He was the only owner to serve on the committee that negotiated the historic 2002 labor agreement between Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association – the first such agreement without a strike in the 30-plus years of labor negotiations between the groups. His involvement in those labor negotiations was hailed by both sides. Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association were able to reach a five-year agreement without a strike, the first settlement without a work stoppage since the rise of the players’ labor movement in 1969, setting the stage for a second such agreement in the fall of 2006. The Orioles owner also has taken the lead in helping utilize baseball as a bridge among people. He spearheaded the effort to have the Orioles and a team of Cuba’s best players engage in an historic two-game series in the two countries, a match-up viewed as a way to transcend politics and bring about closer cultural and social ties between the people of the United States and Cuba. He also helped to develop the first baseball team to represent Greece in Olympic baseball competition at the 2004 Olympics in Athens and thereafter to establish baseball on a permanent basis for Greek youth. This effort was done in compliance with former Commissioner Bud Selig’s program to extend the internationalization of baseball. At Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Mr. Angelos has taken constructive steps off the field to enhance the fan experience. In order to keep baseball games an affordable family experience, Angelos has insisted the club offer a range of ticket pricing. Furthermore, at his direction, Oriole Park maintains one of the most fan-friendly food policies in all of professional sports, allowing outside food

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Mr. Angelos, who was elected to and served on the Baltimore City Council from 1959-63, has long been active in civic and community endeavors. He currently is Chairman of WestSide Renaissance, Inc., the nonprofit organization of civic leaders that is spearheading the $1 billion revitalization of Downtown Baltimore’s west side. He also is a board member and major benefactor of Charles Street Development Corp., which is working to enhance Baltimore’s historic avenue. In this regard, he has entered into a unique partnership with the Johns Hopkins University School of Continuing Studies to ensure they maintain its presence in the downtown area with a building at Charles and Fayette Streets devoted to business education. Mr. Angelos serves as a member of the board for a number of colleges, hospitals, and civic organizations and has been widely honored for his commitment to higher education and civic causes. He has received honorary doctorate degrees from Mount Saint Mary’s College, Loyola College of Maryland, and the University of Baltimore. He is a member of the Business-Higher Education Forum, the Supreme Court Historical Society, the American Academy of Achievement, and the Ellis Island Medal of Honor Society. He is a recipient of the AFL-CIO Social Justice Award. Mr. Angelos is also a strong supporter of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture. He serves on the Baltimore museum’s Board of Directors and, in addition to giving personal financial support, was instrumental in helping the museum secure funding from the state of Maryland. In 2008, he made a $5 million, dollar-for-dollar matching pledge to support the construction of a new 190,000 square foot law school building that opened in April of 2013 as part of the John and Frances Angelos Law Center at the University of Baltimore Law School. In both 2010 and 2013, Mr. Angelos donated an additional $5 million to his alma mater, bringing his total contribution to the project to $15 million. Mr. Angelos also donated $1 million to the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2013 to support the academic partnership between the law school and historically black colleges and universities, an initiative renamed for his sister, the Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence. In 2013, Mr. Angelos and his wife, Georgia, donated $2.5 million to St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore for the Angelos Medical Pavilion, a new medical building featuring an expanded cancer institute that opened in the spring. Also in 2013, Mr. Angelos contributed $2.5 million to Franklin Square Hospital for the construction of the Angelos Center for Lung Diseases, a new lung

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The son of Greek immigrants, Mr. Angelos was born on July 4, 1929 in Pittsburgh, Pa. The family moved to Baltimore and he was raised in the industrial neighborhood of Highlandtown in East Baltimore. He graduated from Patterson Park High School and from the University of Baltimore, where he was valedictorian of his class at the School of Law. An attorney since 1961, he has built the Law Offices of Peter G. Angelos, P.C., into one of the nation’s leading personal injury law firms representing the victims of harmful products. Throughout his legal career, Mr. Angelos has been a champion for ordinary citizens and has taken on some of the most powerful corporations in the country, including asbestos manufacturers, the tobacco companies, and the pharmaceutical industry.

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Through cash contributions, ticket and memorabilia donations, club resources, and promotion, over 800 nonprofit groups are aided by the Orioles each year. The Orioles Charitable Foundation has contributed to organizations such as the Salvation Army, the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation, the National Kidney Foundation, House with a Heart, Junior Advancement, and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Brain Gala. Also among recipients of Orioles support is the John Steadman Cancer Initiative, which raises funds for cancer research and awareness in memory of the longtime Baltimore sportswriter who succumbed to the disease in 2001. Through its foundation and client contributions, the Orioles have donated millions of dollars to various charitable causes, including for the 17th straight year being sponsors of the Baltimore Symphony Gala. In 2015, the Orioles partnered with the American Heart Association (AHA) to serve as mission engagement chair for the 31st Annual Baltimore Heart Ball, after serving as event chair for the 30th Baltimore Heart Ball in 2014. The Orioles became the first professional sports team to lead such an effort since the AHA’s founding in 1924. The 2014 event raised a record-setting $810,000 to benefit breakthroughs in cardiovascular disease research, education programs and advocacy efforts. A considerable portion of the funds are directed to local institutions such as Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland.

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In addition to building a club fans can be proud of, Mr. Angelos has overseen the efforts of the Orioles to make significant contributions to the community, particularly for children. Under Mr. Angelos’ direction, the club launched OriolesREACH in 2007 to centralize its community relations initiatives in an effort to better reach those who needed the most assistance. Over 12,000 children experience a game at Oriole Park each season thanks to the OriolesREACH Gameday Experience Program, which provides complimentary tickets, transportation, concessions, and souvenirs to those who might otherwise not be able to attend a game. Other annual OriolesREACH initiatives include the Food & Funds Drive, Blood Drive, Equipment Drive, and Kids Holiday Party, among other diverse and meaningful programs.

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and beverages to be brought into the ballpark. Despite an industry-wide trend toward selling stadium naming rights, Angelos has been steadfast in maintaining the integrity of Oriole Park at Camden Yards. In 2012, the fan experience was further enhanced by the addition of the Orioles Legends sculpture garden in the bullpen picnic area; the installation of the Roof Deck overlooking centerfield, a popular place for fans to gather and enjoy a unique ballpark view; and the lowering of the wall on the Flag Court, making it easier for fans to watch the game from this location.

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Mr. Angelos also serves as a Member of the Board of the following institutions and foundations: Johns Hopkins University; University of Maryland Medical Systems Corporation; St. Joseph Medical Center Foundation; George Meany Center-National Labor College; Loyola College in Maryland; and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. He is a member of The Johns Hopkins Medicine Board of Visitors, the Advisory Board of the University of Baltimore School of Law, and the Board of Visitors of the University of Baltimore. Mr. Angelos is also an active supporter of the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Association and was the first ever $1 million donor to the United Way’s Central Maryland chapter. The Baltimore Urban League presented him with its Whitney Young, Jr. Memorial Award for his commitment to furthering the quality of life for the citizens of Greater Baltimore. He also has been honored by the NAACP, the Associated Black Charities of Maryland, and the Johns Hopkins Allen L. Berman University Real Estate Institute. In 1998, The Baltimore Sun named Peter G. Angelos as its Man of the Year, and in 2013, he was selected as an Influential Marylander for Philanthropy by the Maryland Daily Record.

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Mr. Angelos and his wife, Georgia, have two sons, John and Louis. John is an Executive Vice President with the Orioles and MASN, while Louis is an attorney with the Law Offices of Peter G. Angelos.

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Harvey M. Meyerhoff Chairman of the Board, Magna Holdings, Inc.

Pam Shriver Professional tennis player Network commentator

William P. Beatson Owner, The Beatson Companies

David H. Bernstein

Edward J. Brush

Barry Levinson Motion picture producer, writer and director

Alfred Tyler II President, Weston Investments, Inc.

George P. Stamas Senior Partner, Corporate, Kirkland & Ellis, LLP

James S. Riepe Senior Advisor/Retired Vice Chairman, T. Rowe Price Associates

Chairman of the Executive Attorney, Author, Educator Committee of the Board of Directors, Duty Free International, Inc.

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Wanda T. King President, The Calverton School

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Jack B. Dunn, IV Wayne R. Gioioso, Sr. Owner, Gioioso Investments President and Chief Executive Officer, Forensic Technologies International Corp.

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From October 29, 1953, when the transfer of the St. Louis Browns franchise became official until Williams purchased the club late in 1979, the Baltimore Baseball Club, Inc. was publicly held and was operated by a group of Baltimore investors which owned a majority share of the BBCI. Among those who played key roles in the operation of the franchise during that 26-year period were: Former chief executives Clarence Miles, who organized the group that secured the St. Louis Browns for Baltimore and who served as the club’s first president; James Keelty, Jr.; Joseph A. W. Iglehart; and Jerry Hoffberger, as well as longtime club treasurer Zanvyl Krieger (‘58-’79).

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On October 4, 1993, American League owners unanimously approved the sale of ownership of the Orioles from then-principal shareholder Eli S. Jacobs to a group of investors led by Baltimorean Peter Angelos. The sale placed the Orioles in local hands for the first time since 1979, when Jerold C. Hoffberger, representing his family, which owned a controlling interest in both the Orioles and the National Brewing Company, sold the franchise to prominent Washington attorney Edward Bennett Williams.

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BALTIMORE ORIOLES JOHN P. ANGELOS EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT For more than two decades, John Angelos has led business operations and strategic management for the Orioles organization. He also serves as President and Chief Operating Officer of the MidAtlantic Sports Television Network (MASN), one of the leading sports properties in the U.S. Angelos is widely recognized by professional associations, media outlets, and trade publications as a sports industry expert and has appeared as a guest on, among many other major networks and outlets, CBS, Bloomberg Television and Radio, PBS, MSNBC, Fox Sports, Rogers Media, and The Nation. He also serves on the Global Sports Summit Advisory Board and has appeared as an expert panelist at the Bloomberg Sports Media Summit, Leaders in Sport Summit, and Duke University’s Coach K Leadership and Ethics Institute. He frequently serves as a guest lecturer at law and business schools on media, sports and business topics, and in 2015, he received honorable mention as Marylander of the Year. Angelos has been recognized by industry bible, Sports Business Journal, as a “top-ten decision maker on in-market MLB streaming” and for his “reinvention of the spring training partnership model.” Angelos created and developed the unprecedented, public-private partnership between the Orioles, the state of Florida, and Sarasota County that resulted in the Orioles making their Spring Training home in Sarasota, Fla. Angelos re-envisioned the model through which a Major League Baseball club would engage with and deliver economic value to their Spring Training and year-round home through a one-of-a-kind partnership in which the Orioles would contribute their facilities, industry marketing and entertainment expertise, and multimedia platforms toward driving incremental tourism through a sister-regional, crossmarketing partnership approach. Angelos created an industry-first sports, real estate, and tourism development concept and led the negotiation effort to complete a 30 year agreement, appearing before numerous state, county, and local government, business, and civic bodies in order to successfully bring the project to fruition. The creative development project culminated with the Orioles securing $31.2 million in public funding to be used by the club to design and build a state of the art ballpark and year-round training facility. Sarasota County’s tourism and convention agency, Visit Sarasota County, recently announced that after six seasons of this unique marketing partnership initiative, the Mid-Atlantic region had surpassed the New York area in becoming the number one source of visitors to Sarasota County. Additionally, a recent government study concluded that the Orioles partnership had far exceeded initial projections and now annually generates more than $81 million in economic impact for the greater Sarasota area. As part of the Orioles’ one-of-a-kind partnership with its southern home, Angelos also pioneered development of the Orioles’ year-round presence in Sarasota through Spring Training, baseball and fitness clinics, tournaments, and countless events that give back to the community and host approximately 150,000 annual visitors. This year, Angelos created and launched the Orioles Health & Fitness Challenge, a pilot program and collaboration between the Orioles and Sarasota County Schools and other community partners designed to use the Orioles’ public platform to encourage healthy life choices by young people in nutrition, diet, exercise and tobacco-avoidance among middle school-aged children throughout Sarasota County. Angelos and former Orioles All-Star second baseman Brian Roberts traveled to McIntosh Middle School in Sarasota to launch the program and discuss the importance of sports teams investing in the long-term health and habits of future generations. The six-week program was offered in nine county schools for approximately 4,000 students who participated in a variety of health and fitness activities that used Orioles baseball as an incentive to complete the challenge, offering every participant who completed the program weekly prizes, complimentary admission, and healthy meals for the child and a parent at an Orioles Spring Training game of his or her choice. Angelos also played an important role in the development and design of the Orioles’ Sarasota venue, designed by noted architect David Schwarz, which, like its acclaimed sister ballpark, Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, designed by Joe Spear and Ben Barnert of renowned HOK, has been heralded for its combination of turn-of-the-century ballpark design and modern fan amenities situated in a vibrant downtown setting. Oriole Park at Camden Yards has set the modern attendance record for all sports facilities in North America by welcoming its fifty millionth attendee in just its first seventeen seasons and with total attendance now surpassing 65 million fans, the success of the concept and design of the Orioles’ new Sarasota ballpark has been as spectacular during its first six seasons in breaking not only all Orioles attendance records, but all attendance records in the long history of Sarasota as a host of Spring Training Baseball. In addition to launching a host of new community programs and events in both Baltimore and Sarasota in 2015, Angelos introduced a new method of engaging with fans on a more personal level by hosting Twitter Q&A sessions using the hashtag #AskJPA at regular intervals throughout the course of the season. Angelos discussed Orioles fan initiatives for better customer service, diplomatic changes in Cuba and the resulting impact on teams, ballpark entertainment, ballpark upgrades and renovations, digital streaming of games, and economic competitive balance objectives in MLB, among other topics.

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Angelos joined the Orioles organization in January 1994 as Special Assistant to the Chairman, and oversaw the reorganization of the Sales, Ticketing, Ballpark Operations, and Customer Service departments of the franchise to provide more personal service to fans. In the role of Executive Vice President of the club since 1999, Angelos’ responsibilities expanded in that role to include all Marketing and Promotion, Sales, Broadcasting, Operations, and General and Administrative areas, and all Business Operations of the franchise. In 2001, as part of his broadcasting development role, Angelos participated in instituting and further developing Orioles Television, the in-house television production, sales, and distribution arm of the Orioles franchise that would later evolve into the full-time regional sports television network MASN in 2005.

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After graduating from the Gilman School in Baltimore, Angelos received a bachelor’s degree in political science from Duke University and earned a law degree (J.D.) from the University of Baltimore School of Law.

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Angelos also expanded the Orioles radio platform in 2006 by launching the Orioles Radio Network, the franchise’s in-house radio arm, to bring the club comprehensive control of all aspects of its network affiliate distribution, programming development, sales and sponsorship revenues, and marketing and development of the Orioles brand on the radio platform. The move brought dramatic new pre-game and post-game shows, enhanced in-game features and interview content for listeners and fans, a strong talent team focused upon former Orioles players, incremental access to Orioles games on radio for millions of new fans, and enhanced new sponsorship sales and co-marketing opportunities for Orioles partners. In the Baltimore market, the groundbreaking radio rightsholder partnership resulted in the expansion of the Orioles radio presence from that of a single broadcast station to a strategic partnership featuring a co-marketing and promotional reach across the region. Due to the launch, the club was able to triple the distribution of the Orioles Radio Network, which is now broadcast on over 30 affiliated stations reaching millions of listeners in seven Mid-Atlantic states.

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As President of MASN, Angelos directed the network’s pre-launch preparation, built the network’s organizational plan and executive management team and staff, launched the network, and has overseen operation of the year-round, 24-hour, daily sports network, which is now available on basic cable, satellite, and telecom systems in more than six million households reaching more than 18 million viewers throughout a seven-state area from Pennsylvania through North Carolina. MASN’s on-air teams, production staff, and crew excellence, as well as its marketing and creative departments have consistently produced a compendium of award-winning, on-air and off-air creative advertising and media marketing campaigns, as recognized by more than 51 awards for creative and promotional excellence and viewer response, including 27 Addy Awards, 22 Emmys, and two American Marketing Association Awards of Excellence. Today, MASN is one of the leading regional sports networks in the United States, and the network televises one of the largest slates of live professional and college sporting events of any regional sports network, featuring over 300 live professional and college games, while reaching the fourth largest combined Nielsen media market in the country.

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Louis Angelos serves in the capacity of ownership representative and partner in the Baltimore Orioles Limited Partnership and has had an active role in all aspects of operations as well as in a variety of strategic, business, and goodwill projects on behalf of the team since the club was acquired by the present ownership group in 1993.

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In 1998, Angelos was a member of the Orioles delegation that traveled to Havana, Cuba to discuss a historic people-topeople exchange between the United States and Cuba where the Orioles would play the Cuban National team in international competition. After extensive dialogue over more than a year, including multiple interactions with the highest level government representatives of both countries, the effort culminated in March of 1999 with the playing of a two-game series, in Havana, Cuba, and at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore. It was the first and only game played by a professional American sports team during the 55 year disruption of diplomatic relations between the two countries. The historic exchange featured traveling parties of Americans and Cubans, respectively, that went beyond the baseball teams to include artists, children’s groups, physicians, and academics, creating a cultural and sports exchange unprecedented in modern Cuban-American relations. The series also brought about substantial strides in the international movement to normalize relations between the two countries looking toward a future end to the travel ban and embargo that unfortunately divided the people of both nations.

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Building upon his international experience in developing sport and baseball as a catalyst for creating positive societal change in Cuban-American relations, Angelos led the project to build bridges between Greece and the United States and to expand baseball internationally through the development of a team that could represent Greece in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. Angelos assembled a five year development plan and organized a developmental team of coaches and scouts that assisted the Greek Olympic Committee in developing baseball teams competing in the European and World Championships and ultimately to compete in the Athens Olympics. Beginning with no homegrown baseball players in the country, within a five year span, Angelos developed an intramural national league in Greece that developed players for international competition and crafted teams of the Greek ethnic origin that won a gold medal in the European Pool B Championship, a Silver medal in the European Pool A Championships, and finished competitively in the 2004 Olympics. Since 2012, Angelos has been more involved in the business operations of the club and had the privilege of representing the club in the unveiling of the series of bronze sculptures commissioned and dedicated to the six Orioles who are members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame as part of the Orioles Legends Celebration Series. Delivering the six ceremonial addresses on behalf of the club, Angelos joined each of the Orioles living legends in unveiling and dedicating their permanent sculpture at Camden Yards.

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Angelos is an attorney at the Law Offices of Peter Angelos, PC, and has practiced law for fifteen years after graduating from the Johns Hopkins University in 1992 and the Saint Thomas University Law School in 1995. He is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association and the Maryland Association for Justice and is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland and the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

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In addition to the law firm and the Orioles, Louis is supportive of Baltimore civic life and a number of charities. Recently, he co-led a series fundraising events in support of the Living Classrooms Foundation, served as the co-chair of the 2013 Labor of Love Golf Tournament benefitting the Diabetes Research Institute, and served as executive chairman of the 2014 and 2105 American Heart Association’s Annual Baltimore Heart Ball. In 2015, he joined the University of Maryland School of Medicine Board of Visitors.

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Robert Ames enters his 23rd year with the Orioles. He joined the team in April of 1994 and was promoted to Vice President in January of 1999. In his role, Ames is responsible for administration, accounting, information systems, human resources, purchasing, retail sales, insurance, and special projects. He also serves on the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Consumer Payments Advisory Council. Prior to joining the Orioles, Ames served as Treasurer of Waverly, Inc. in Baltimore for eight years. While with Waverly, he managed taxes, accounts receivable, and credit and collections, as well as the treasury departments. He previously worked for the U.S. Government in their Chemical Research and Development Center. A native Baltimorean, Ames received a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism and Public Relations as a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Maryland in 1980. In 1987, he earned his master’s degree in finance from the University of Baltimore. Ames is a Certified Public Accountant and is a member of the Maryland Association of CPAs, the American Institute of CPAs, and the Society for Human Resources Management.

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After attending the Boys Latin School, Kousouris received a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from C.W. Post College in Greenvale, N.Y., where he played football and lacrosse. After graduation, he coached both of these sports on the high school and college levels. In addition, Kousouris coached youth lacrosse in Baltimore for more than 10 years. Kousouris is very active in the community. He purchased Camp Puh’tok, a 501(c)(3) summer camp for children ages 6-16, in Monkton, Md. He also has served as chairman of The Salvation Army’s Advisory Board for the Baltimore Area Command and has helped raise more than $4 million for Camp Puh’tok. In 2005, he was honored with The Salvation Army’s “Others” award, joining a select few individuals nationally in recognition of his service and fundraising support to the organization. In November of 1998, Kousouris was instrumental in coordinating the 1958 Baltimore Colts Anniversary Banquet. Proceeds from the event benefited the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) research. He continues to assist the American Cancer Society, the Maryland Food Bank, and numerous local nonprofit organizations and schools in their fundraising efforts.

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A Baltimore native, Kousouris resides in Sparks, Md. with his wife, Pat. They have two children: Louis III, a West Point graduate and Army veteran who lives in Baltimore and works for a commercial real estate company; and Alexi, a graduate of the University of Georgia and of the University of Baltimore School of Law, who serves as the Director of Camp Puh’tok.

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Now in his 23rd season with the team, Lou Kousouris joined the Orioles in February of 1994 and was promoted to Vice President prior to the 1999 season. Kousouris has worked for Peter Angelos since 1981 in the real estate and hospitality industries.

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Ames resides in Churchville, Md., with his wife, Linda, their daughter Kaitlin, and their son, Benjamin. He is a passionate gardener, and is also active in his church, Mountain Christian.

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NEIL ALOISE VICE PRESIDENT, TICKET SALES, SERVICE AND OPERATIONS

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Neil Aloise, who enters his 18th season with the Orioles and his fourth since being named Vice President of Ticket Sales, Service and Operations, oversees all of the operational and customer service aspects of the ballpark experience, including ticketing, ballpark operations, and food services. Aloise began his career with the Orioles in 1998 as a part-time Fan Services Representative. He was promoted to Box Office Manager in 2001, Assistant Director of Ticketing in 2005, and Director of Sales and Fan Services in 2008. A native of Bel Air, Md. and a graduate of Towson University, Aloise resides in Towson, Md.

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GREG BADER VICE PRESIDENT, COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING

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A member of the Orioles’ organization for 22 seasons, Greg Bader was named the club’s Vice President of Communications and Marketing in November of 2012. In his current role, Bader oversees the club’s marketing, advertising, public relations, broadcasting, publishing, productions, and community relations efforts.

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Bader began his Orioles career in 1994, working seasonally in public relations, ticketing, and Orioles productions. He joined the club full-time in 1998 as a premium sales representative and serving as an assistant to club ownership on special projects, including VIP ticketing and the launch of the Exclusively Orioles premium ticket program. In 1999, Bader began serving as Spring Training Coordinator, overseeing the club’s operations in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. until 2002. In 2003, Bader assumed the role of advertising and affiliate relations manager, coordinating club advertising as well as relationships with minor league affiliates and later the Orioles Radio Network, which grew from 10 stations to over 40 within three years.

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Bader was named Communications Director in January of 2007, overseeing the team’s public relations, advertising, broadcasting, and publishing departments. Since that time, Bader assisted in three radio flagship transitions and two brand identity transformations – the return of “Baltimore” to the team’s road jerseys in 2009, and the return of a new cartoon bird in 2012. A native of Baltimore, Bader graduated from the Gilman School and Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.) with a degree in political science. He resides in Baltimore with his husband, John.

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Marco Gentile was named Vice President of Corporate Partnerships in January of 2014. In his role, Gentile oversees the Corporate Partnerships department, which includes sponsorship advertising sales, and partnership marketing. His team develops strategic, targeted, and customized marketing solutions for new and returning corporate partners to enhance the relationship between the business community and the ballclub. Gentile rejoined the Orioles after spending more than six years with the Washington Capitals, where he most recently served as Senior Director of Corporate Sponsorship Sales. In addition to the Capitals, Gentile negotiated corporate partnerships for the entire Monumental Sports & Entertainment family, including the Wizards, Mystics, and the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. A Baltimore native, Gentile spent the first decade of his career with the Orioles, starting as an intern in the club’s fan services and promotions departments before moving into a full-time role in Corporate Sales. Gentile worked in the club’s Corporate Sales department until July of 2007, serving in numerous roles including National Sponsorship Sales Manager. He was responsible for selling in-ballpark, radio, television, and print advertising to local, regional, and national partners.

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Michael Hoppes joined the Orioles in 1986 as a staff accountant. Now in his 29th year with the club, Hoppes was named Vice President of Finance in November of 2012 after serving as Director of Finance since 2006. He oversees the team’s finance and accounting functions. Before joining the Orioles, Hoppes worked for two years as a staff auditor with Arthur Andersen LLP. He received his CPA certification in 1987. A graduate of Seneca Valley High School in Germantown, Md., where he was a state champion in the two-mile run, Hoppes also ran track and cross-country at the University of Delaware, where he graduated cum laude in accounting.

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Hoppes resides in Baldwin, Md. with his wife, Dana. They have two children: Drew, a graduate of Gettysburg College who works as a data scientist in Bethesda, Md., and Kara, who attends the University of Delaware. Hoppes spent several years in leadership roles with the Carroll Manor Recreation Programs.

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Gentile received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration from Loyola University Maryland. He has been an adjunct professor of Sports Marketing at his alma mater since 2007. Gentile and his wife, Gisele, reside in Crofton, Md.

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David Rovine joined the Orioles as Vice President of Orioles-Sarasota in February of 2013 to oversee the club’s Sarasota business affairs and community development. Rovine leads the Orioles’ yearround engagement with the Sarasota community through OriolesREACH and Sarasota 365, which includes hosting youth activities, participating in charitable causes, and partnering in efforts to boost the local economy. He currently serves on the Boards of the Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce and Visit Sarasota County (VSC), and is a member of the VSC Sports Committee. In 2013, Rovine introduced the “Arts in the Ballpark” series of family-friendly arts and entertainment events at Ed Smith Stadium, in association with local arts organizations.

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A native of Baltimore and graduate of Towson University, Rovine has extensive experience in marketing and venue management. He spent seven years with SMG Entertainment, a worldwide entertainment and convention venue management company. In his roles as General Manager of the Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg and the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan, Ill., Rovine was responsible for day-to-day operations, marketing, and talent booking for these historic venues. Rovine’s experience also includes nearly nine years as Director of Marketing at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, where he oversaw advertising and promotion and was responsible for attracting and coordinating concerts and other non-racing events.

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In 2013, the Orioles went 85-77 and remained in postseason contention until the season’s final week. The year included Duquette’s 1,000th career victory in a general manager role with a Major League team. In 2012, the Orioles made their first playoff appearance since 1997, winning 93 games and the American League Wild Card, and pushing the AL Division Series to five games. Duquette’s eight seasons as Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Red Sox from 1994 through 2001 included three playoff teams (1995, 1998, and 1999), and his acquisitions helped lay the groundwork for the club’s 93 wins in 2002 and their first World Series championship in 86 years in 2004. The club made the playoffs in back-to-back years in 1998 and 1999, the first time in 80 seasons the franchise had accomplished the feat. Numerous key contributors on the 2004 team were acquired during Duquette’s tenure. Under his leadership, Boston compiled a .544 winning percentage (695-582). Duquette also showed a commitment to expanding Boston’s reach in the international market, finishing the 2001 season with 12 of the players on the club’s 40-man roster born outside the United States. At Boston’s 2002 Spring Training camp, players from 10 different countries were represented. The Red Sox minor league system was shaped into a feeder system for the Major League club under Duquette’s watch, with homegrown players including Nomar Garciaparra, Shea Hillenbrand, Casey Fossum, and Trot Nixon making contributions to the team. Future Major League players Kevin Youkilis, David Eckstein, Hanley Ramirez, and Freddy Sanchez were also drafted or signed during Duquette’s tenure. The talent in the Red Sox minor league system also enabled Duquette to trade for Pedro Martinez, and for Boston to later acquire Curt Schilling and Josh Beckett. Red Sox minor league affiliates finished with an overall record over .500 in five of Duquette’s last six seasons with the organization. Prior to joining the Red Sox, Duquette spent six seasons with the Montreal Expos, joining the club as Director of Player Development in October of 1987 and being promoted to Assistant General Manager in 1990, followed by a two-year stint as Vice President and General Manager from 1992-93. At the time of his promotion, he was the youngest general manager in the Major Leagues. During his six years with Montreal, Duquette was instrumental in assembling Expos teams that contended from 199294, and acquiring Ken Hill, Mel Rojas, Larry Walker, John Wetteland, Marquis Grissom, Jeff Shaw, and Pedro Martinez. He also signed stars Vladimir Guerrero, Jose Vidro, and Javier Vazquez, and named Felipe Alou the first manager from the Dominican Republic in Major League history in 1992. Despite one of the lowest payrolls in baseball, Montreal compiled a 255-183 record (.582 winning percentage) from 1992-94, the best record in baseball over the span. The Expos had baseball’s best record in the strike-shortened 1994 season (74-40), a team Duquette constructed. In 1992, Duquette was named The Sporting News Major League Executive of the Year and the UPI National League Executive of the Year, and the Expos were honored as the Topps Major League Organization of the Year in 1993. Duquette began his career in baseball with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1981, working in the scouting department under former

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Under Duquette’s leadership, the 2014 Orioles posted the club’s third consecutive winning season, including the second-best record in the Major Leagues at 96-66, and won the American League East division title for the first time since 1997. After sweeping the Detroit Tigers in the American League Division Series, 3-0, the Orioles advanced to the American League Championship Series for the first time since 1997 where they fell to the Kansas City Royals in four games. Following the 2014 season, Duquette became the first Oriole to be recognized with Baseball America’s Executive of the Year honor, as the Orioles became the third organization to be awarded both Baseball America’s Executive of the Year and Manager of the Year accolades after Buck Showalter was named the latter just days later. Following the 2014 season, he was also named MLB Executive of the Year by the Boston chapter of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. He had previously won the award in 1995. He also joined Harry Dalton, Roland Hemond, and Hank Peters as the fourth Orioles executive to be recognized as MLB Executive of the Year by The Sporting News.

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Since he joined the Orioles four seasons ago in November of 2011, the club has won more games than any team in the American League and posted four straight .500 or better seasons. Throughout that time, Duquette has improved the club’s player development operations and directed additional resources into analytics and video assets in an effort to maintain a consistently competitive team at the Major League level.

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A veteran of nearly three decades in baseball operations at the Major League level, including 15 seasons as General Manager or Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations with the Montreal Expos, Boston Red Sox, and Orioles, Dan Duquette has a proven track record of utilizing strong scouting and player development to construct contending franchises.

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Orioles general manager Harry Dalton. He spent a total of seven years in scouting and player development with the Brewers from 1981-87, the last two as Scouting Coordinator. In 2003, Duquette founded and built the Dan Duquette Sports Academy, a Massachusetts-based baseball, softball, and soccer camp and tournament facility for youth. In 2004, he purchased the Pittsfield Dukes of the New England Collegiate Baseball League and in 2007, Duquette became a founding member and Director of Player Development of the Israel Baseball League.

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A native of Dalton, Mass., Duquette, 57, earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Amherst College and played on the school’s baseball and football teams. He was named All-New England in football as a linebacker at Amherst. Duquette lives in Pasadena, Md. with his wife Amy, daughters, Kylie and Katie, and sons, Brodie and Colt. His son, Daniel, lives in Connecticut and works as producer for ESPN. His daughter, Denise resides in Massachusetts. Additionally, his son, Dana, is entering his second year as an area scout for the Orioles.

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BRADY ANDERSON VICE PRESIDENT, BASEBALL OPERATIONS

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Brady Anderson was named Vice President of Baseball Operations in February of 2013. In his role, he collaborates with Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Dan Duquette and manager Buck Showalter on player development and roster management while overseeing strength and conditioning training and nutrition for the club. He began consulting with the Orioles on hitting instruction and strength and conditioning training in 2010 before joining the team as Special Assistant to the Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations in 2012.

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A veteran of 15 Major League seasons, 14 with Baltimore, Anderson holds the Orioles’ all-time stolen bases record (307) and ranks among the top 10 in Orioles career batting leaders in 12 categories. He is one of two players in Major League history with both a 50 home run season (50, 1996) and a 50 stolen base season (53, 1992). Anderson’s six career postseason home runs are tied for second in club history (with Eddie Murray and Boog Powell), trailing only Frank Robinson’s nine postseason homers. He was inducted into the Orioles Hall of Fame in 2004. Acquired by the Orioles along with Curt Schilling during the 1988 season from Boston in exchange for Mike Boddicker, Anderson was named to the American League All-Star team three times, in 1992, 1996, and 1997, starting the last two seasons. Anderson resides in Los Angeles in the offseason with his daughter, Brianna.

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Lee Thomas joined the Orioles in December of 2011, bringing over five decades of experience in professional baseball to his role, highlighted by Executive of the Year honors in 1993 after leading the Philadelphia Phillies to the World Series as general manager. Thomas served as general manager of the Phillies from June 1988-97 but spent the majority of his career with the St. Louis Cardinals. He worked for the Cardinals in several capacities over 18 years from 1970-88, ending with eight years as Director of Player Development. Over that span, the Cardinals went to the World Series three times – in 1982, 1985, and 1987. Thomas played eight seasons in Major League Baseball from 1961-68 with the New York Yankees, California Angels (currently the Los Angeles Angels), Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves, Chicago Cubs, and Houston Astros. An outfielder and first baseman, Thomas was named to the American League All-Star team in 1962. Prior to joining the Orioles, Thomas worked as a professional scout for the Milwaukee Brewers from 2004-06. Previously, he worked for six seasons as Special Assistant to the General Manager and Assistant General Manager for the Red Sox, working closely with Dan Duquette the majority of those years. Lee and his wife, Susan, reside in Chesterfield, Mo.

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Ferreira has over four decades of experience in professional baseball operations and worked as Vice President and Director of International Operations and Scouting for the Montreal Expos and Florida Marlins prior to joining the Orioles. He also served as Director of International Operations and Scouting for the New York Yankees and Cincinnati Reds and scouted for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Ferreira also has managerial experience, spending two seasons (1986-87) as the manager of the Yankees’ Gulf Coast League affiliate and managing in the Dominican Winter Leagues. He opened the Yankees’ Dominican Academy, the first of its kind among Major League organizations, and worked for two World Series teams, the Reds (1979) and Marlins (2003). Ferreira and his wife, Faye, have three daughters – Darlene, Debra, and Denise.

JOHN STOCKSTILL DIRECTOR, PLAYER PERSONNEL John Stockstill enters his 11th year with the Orioles. As Director of Player Personnel, he oversees the clubs’ scouting and player acquisitions regarding Major League, professional, and international professional players. Stockstill also assists Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations, Dan Duquette, in various assignments.

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Fred Ferreira joined the Orioles in December of 2011 as Executive Director of International Recruiting. Known as “The Shark of the Caribbean,” Ferreira has demonstrated a keen ability to find talent in Latin America. Entering the 2016 season, he has had 70 signees reach the Major Leagues, highlighted by stars Vladimir Guerrero, Bernie Williams, Orlando Cabrera, Jose Vidro, Roberto Kelly, and Javier Vazquez. In March of 2012, Ferreira signed Miguel Gonzalez as a free agent to a minor league contract after seeing him pitch in the Mexican Winter League. Recalled by the Orioles that July, Gonzalez has gone on to win 39 games for the Orioles over his four-year career and has made two postseason starts. Ferreira was honored by Major League Baseball as International Scout of the Year for 2012, and his scouting reports and passport have been included in an exhibition at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.

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Stockstill was a 10th round selection in the 1978 First-Year Player Draft and played four seasons in the Cubs’ farm system. He returned to college and received his bachelor’s degree in communications at Drury University in Springfield, Mo., and rejoined the Cubs as an associate scout in 1987. He became a part-time scout for the Cubs in 1989 before becoming a full-time area scout in 1989 and Midwest scouting supervisor four years later. He held that position for four years before being named scouting coordinator in 1998.

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Stockstill and his wife, Ann, have one son, Jackson. They reside in White Hall, Md.

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Prior to joining the Orioles organization, Stockstill spent his entire professional baseball career – as a minor league player, scout, and front office executive – with the Chicago Cubs, where he served as Director of Scouting for the Cubs since September 1, 2000. He previously served as Chicago’s coordinator of scouting and national crosschecker since October of 1998.

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Since joining the Orioles in December of 2005, Stockstill has overseen the clubs’ Major League scouting, international scouting and, most recently, player development.

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JOE McILVAINE SENIOR ADVISOR, PLAYER PERSONNEL

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Joe McIlvaine returned to the Orioles as Senior Advisor of Player Personnel this season. He advises the executive team at the Major League level and on scouting, with a strong focus on the 2016 FirstYear Player Draft. McIlvaine was the New York Mets Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations from July 1993 through July 1997. He was the Executive Vice President, Baseball Operations and General Manager of the San Diego Padres from October 1990 until moving to the Mets in 1993. Prior to being hired by the Padres, McIlvaine spent a decade (1980-90) with the Mets. He served as Director of Scouting, Assistant Vice President, Director of Player Personnel and later Vice President, Baseball Operations. From 1984-90, the Mets finished either first or second, won two NL East Titles, and won the 1986 World Series.

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McIlvaine most recently served as Special Assistant to the General Manager for the Seattle Mariners for four seasons. He spent the previous 13 seasons with the Minnesota Twins (1998-2011), holding a Special Assistant to the general manager title since 1998.

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McIlvaine began his career as a territorial scout for Baltimore from 1974-76. From 1977-78, he scouted the East Coast, South, and Latin America for the California Angels, and from 1979-80, he worked with Milwaukee. McIlvaine graduated with a degree in philosophy and a minor in classics, from St. Charles Seminary in Philadelphia. He played five seasons (1969-73) in the Detroit Tigers minor league system as a right-handed pitcher. McIlvaine and his wife, Martha, have four children: Tim, is a scouting crosschecker for the Milwaukee Brewers; Susan, is a fourth year medical student in Philadelphia; Patrick is a commodities trader in Stamford, Conn.; and Mary works as a graphic designer in New York City.

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TRIPP NORTON DIRECTOR, BASEBALL OPERATIONS

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Entering his 19th year as a member of the Orioles baseball operations staff, Norton assists in all facets of baseball operations, with particular focus on Major League player contract negotiations and overseeing all budgeting for the entire baseball operation. Additionally, he coordinates the club’s salary arbitration program under the direction of club General Counsel H. Russell Smouse.

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Norton was named the club’s Director of Baseball Operations in August of 2014 after previously serving as the club’s Director of Baseball Administration since January of 2012. From 2000-12, he served as the Assistant Director of Player Development. He began with the Orioles in March of 1998 as Player Development Administrator. Prior to joining the Orioles, Norton worked for the Detroit Tigers organization as their Assistant General Manager for Florida Operations from August 1994 to March 1998 and worked as an Operations Assistant for the Florida Marlins the two years prior. Norton began his baseball career as an intern with the Lakeland Tigers in 1992.

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A graduate of Florida Southern College and Hialeah-Miami Lakes High School, Norton grew up in Miami Lakes, Fla. He and his wife, Angel, reside in Phoenix, Md., with their son, Ty.

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GARY RAJSICH DIRECTOR, SCOUTING

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Rajsich and his wife, Linda, have been married for 39 years and have two sons – Lou and Lee.

KENT QUALLS DIRECTOR, MINOR LEAGUE OPERATIONS Qualls enters his fourth year as Director of Minor League Operations with the Orioles. Qualls oversees the administration of the Orioles Player Development department, minor league affiliate relationships, Dominican Academy, and Winter Ball assignments. Qualls has 19 years of experience in baseball operations at the Major League level. He spent eight years with the Boston Red Sox from 1995-2002, working as Director of Player Development for four years (1998-2001) and Director of Baseball Operations for one year (2002). He spent the previous eight seasons (1987-94) with the Montreal Expos, rising to Director of Minor League Operations for the organization. Qualls also worked for 10 years as Director of the Dan Duquette Sports Academy in Hinsdale, Mass.

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Rajsich also played for the St. Louis Cardinals (1984) and San Francisco Giants (1985), and finished his playing career with the Chunichi Dragons of the Japan Central League (1986-88).

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Drafted by the Houston Astros in the 11th round of the 1976 First-Year Player Draft out of Arizona State University, Rajsich played four years in the Major Leagues (1982-85). The first baseman and right fielder made his Major League debut for the New York Mets in 1982. During his time in the Mets’ minor league system, Rajsich played for the Tidewater Tides, now the Orioles’ Triple-A affiliate Norfolk Tides. He is the Tides franchise leader in home runs (52) and ranks second in Norfolk history with a .548 slugging percentage.

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Rajsich, 61, began his scouting career in 1990 with the Major League Scouting Bureau. He joined the Boston Red Sox in 1994, serving in both the amateur and professional departments through 2006. In his time with Boston, Rajsich drafted and signed pitcher Jon Lester and was instrumental in acquiring pitcher Derek Lowe and catcher Jason Varitek from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for pitcher Heathcliff Slocumb at the non-waiver trade deadline in 1997. From Boston, Rajsich joined the Texas Rangers as a professional scout, where he served from 2006-09 before being hired by the Blue Jays as professional crosschecker in the fall of 2009.

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Gary Rajsich enters his fifth season as Director of Scouting, having joined the Orioles in November of 2011 from the Toronto Blue Jays, where he spent two seasons as the club’s professional crosschecker.

Graham begins his 35th year in professional baseball, his ninth with the Baltimore Orioles, and his fourth as Director of Player Development. In this role, Graham oversees the instruction and development process for the Orioles’ minor league system. Prior to joining the Orioles, Graham spent six seasons as the Senior Director of Player Development for the Pittsburgh Pirates. During his tenure, the Pirates’ minor league system was recognized as the best Player Development System in baseball, earning the 2002 Topps Baseball “Organization of the Year” and totaling 54 homegrown players who reached the Major League level. Graham also served as the interim General Manager for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2007. Before joining the Pirates, he was a Major League coach with the American League Central Division Champion Cleveland Indians (1998-99) and with the Orioles (2000). Graham spent the 2001 season as the Field Coordinator for the Florida Marlins.

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A graduate of the University of Kentucky, Qualls and his wife, Irene, have two children – Kyle and Chloe – and reside in Woodbine, Md.

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As a minor league manager in the Cleveland Indians organization, Graham managed eight consecutive playoff teams, compiled a 704-491 (.589) record, and finished above .500 for nine consecutive years. He was named the Carolina League’s Manager of the Year in 1991, the “Best Managerial Prospect” by Eastern League Managers/Baseball America magazine in 1993, and Minor League Manager of the Year by USA Today’s Baseball Weekly in 1996. He also managed in the Dominican Republic Winter League for Aguilas Cibaenas (1991) and was a coach (1993) and a manager (1994) in the Arizona Fall League.

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Originally selected by the Oakland Athletics in the fourth round of the 1982 First-Year Player Draft, the former middle infielder played five seasons in the minor leagues with Oakland, Milwaukee, Detroit, and Cleveland. Graham played both football and baseball at UCLA and was a member of the 1978 Fiesta Bowl team. He was a first-team, all PAC-10 infielder in 1982, and finished his collegiate career as UCLA’s all-time leader in hits, stolen bases, and runs scored. Graham was elected to the UCLA Baseball Hall of Fame in 1996, inducted into the Buffalo Bisons Hall of Fame in 2008, and inducted into the Granite Hills High School Hall of Fame in 2009.

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Graham’s contributions to minor league baseball were recognized in December of 2013 when he was selected as the winner of the annual Sheldon “Chief” Bender Award, presented by Minor League Baseball to an individual with distinguished service who has been instrumental in player development. Born April 9, 1960 in San Diego, Graham graduated from Granite Hills High School in 1978 and attended UCLA for four years before receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Behavioral Science from National University in San Diego. Graham resides in Cranberry Township, Pa., with his wife Karen and three children; son Jack and daughters Kelsey and Kendall. Jack was drafted by the Orioles in the 38th round of the 2015 First-Year Player Draft.

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MIKE SNYDER DIRECTOR, PACIFIC RIM OPERATIONS & BASEBALL DEVELOPMENT

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Mike Snyder enters his eighth year with the Orioles and his second as Director of Pacific Rim Operations & Baseball Development. In this role, he oversees the club’s player procurement efforts in Asia and Australia and contributes to various strategic, personnel, and hiring decisions in baseball operations and professional scouting. Snyder previously served as Assistant Director of Player Personnel (201314), Assistant Director of Scouting and Player Development (2012), Baseball Operations Assistant and International Scout (2010-11), and Baseball Operations Intern (2009), with involvement in scouting, player development, analytics, contracts, negotiation, rules compliance, and arbitration.

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Snyder graduated from Princeton University in 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in economics and is currently working toward a master’s degree in applied math and statistics from Johns Hopkins University. A native of Milton, Mass., Snyder resides in Baltimore with his wife, Lindsey.

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SARAH GELLES DIRECTOR, BASEBALL ANALYTICS

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Sarah Gelles begins her sixth season with the Orioles and her third as Director of Baseball Analytics. In this role, Gelles oversees the club’s Analytics department, leads development of internal baseball operations systems, and assists with player acquisitions and other aspects of baseball operations. Gelles, 27, began her career with the Orioles as a Baseball Operations intern in 2011 and was appointed Coordinator of Baseball Analytics in 2012. Before arriving at the Orioles, Gelles worked for the Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Major League Baseball’s Labor Relations Department. A 2010 summa cum laude graduate of Amherst College, Gelles grew up in Philadelphia and now resides in Baltimore.

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J. Maria Arellano Manager, Minor League Administration

Linda Ashauer Purchasing Manager

Elizabeth Ayers Public Relations Assistant

Richie Bancells Head Athletic Trainer

Shawn Barletta Group Sales Representative

Kelly Barth York, PA Store Manager

Jamie Bell Merchandising Manager

Barry Bingaman Season Plan Sales Representative

Carole Bohon Director, Finance

Zach Brown Manager, Box Office

Kevin Buck Director, Team Travel

Lucie Camp Graphic Design Assistant

Bob Carlsen Groundskeeper, Florida

Jim Carnaggio Senior Staff

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J. Elena Arellano, CPA Senior Accountant

Bob Cooney Senior Staff

Cory Daniele Manager, Party Facilities

Sharon Daniels Manager, Business Applications

Pat DiGregory Coordinator, Baseball Operations

Jim Duffy Groundskeeper, Florida

Cindy Dumas Human Resources & Accounting Assistant

Brian Ebel Assistant Athletic Trainer

Chris Correnti Assistant Athletic Trainer

Cale Cox Assistant Director, Minor League & International Operations

Kevin Cummings Director, Ballpark Operations

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Debbie Cole Main Receptionist

Matt Carroll Coordinator, Florida Operations

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Ben Epstein Producer, Orioles Productions 

Matt Dougherty Manager, New Sales

Matthew P. Dryer Manager, Suite Sales

Pam Fields Senior Staff

Patrick Fields Account Executive

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Joe DiPuma Coordinator, Baseball Facilities, Florida

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Brad Ciolek Administrator, Amateur Scouting

Joe Carnaggio Senior Staff

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Rob Albritton Groundskeeper, Florida

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Eric Feinblatt Senior Staff

Stephen Fisher Group Sales Representative

Duane Gannaway Fan Services Representative

Erin Gannon Ticket Services Representative

Carlos Gollahon, Jr. Season Plan Sales Representative

Lacey Goodman Executive Assistant, Communications & Marketing

Chris Guth Equipment Manager (Home)

Michael Heid Senior Staff

Sue Ellen Hickman Coordinator, Tours

Jim Hogan Public Relations Assistant

Joe Hogarty Strength and Conditioning Coach

Mark Hromalik Assistant Director, Sales

Kristen Hudak Director, Public Relations

Sharon Hunt Fan Services Representative

Linda Jones Florida Operations Assistant

Nick Jones Community Relations Assistant

Martin Josie Fan Services Representative

Joseph Kane III Video Graphics Coordinator, Orioles Productions

Janice Kemper Coordinator, Printing

Thomas Kirsch Senior Assistant Head Groundskeeper

Nick Kistler Account Executive, Corporate Partnership Sales

James L. Kline Director, Information Systems

Matt Koizim Coordinator, Professional Scouting

Steve Kowalski Manager, Systems Inventory & Reporting

Bryan Krandle Manager, In-Game Entertainment, Orioles Productions

Ryan Kreissig Account Executive

Bob Kull Groundskeeper,  Florida

Kaye Laker Financial Analyst

Ryan D. Fox Season Plan Sales Representative

Tish Garrett Senior Staff

Sean Foy Account Executive

Steve Freeman Manager, Alumni Affairs

Bailey Frye Manager, Special Events

Colleen Gellatly Executive Administrative Assistant

Irving “Bunny” German Assistant Equipment Manager

Ben Ginsberg Coordinator, Event Operations

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Emily Maranto Season Plan Sales Representative

Chris Martrich Coordinator, Public Relations

Jason Mathias Season Plan Sales Representative

Alison McAvoy Manager, Event Operations

Jim Misudek Manager, Media Relations

Tehya Mockapetris Group Sales Representative

Deron Marchant Account Executive

Nicole McFadyen Head Groundskeeper   

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Trevor Markham Director, Florida Operations

Bill Marriott Manager, Corporate Partnership Sales

Nick Meusel Ticket Services Representative

Rick Meyer Manager, Facilities Operations Florida

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Julie Ludwig Graphic Designer

Thomas Orszulak Director, Food Services

Jeff Owings Groundskeeper, Florida

Alex Elaine Parker Coordinator, Partnership Marketing

Scott Rosier Manager, Season Plan Sales

Elyse Rowan Coordinator, Party Facilities

Kristen Schultz Director, Community Relations & Promotions 

Marty Shifrin Fan Services Representative

Joyce J. Noto Season Plan Sales Representative

Joe Petralia Manager, Information Systems

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Todd Olszewski Team Photographer

Scott Moudry Ray Naimoli Manager, Senior Manager, Corporate Ticket Operations, Florida Partnership Sales

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Pamela Nowicki Manager, Payroll

Wendy Morrison, PHR Human Resources Specialist

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Joe Lichtfuss Financial Analyst

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Donald Sapp Senior Staff

Amanda Sarver Coordinator, Digital Communications

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Patrick Rocowiak Ticket Services Representative

Diane Schmitt Manager, Accounts Payable

Susan Rowell Senior Staff

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Brett Ritchey Account Executive

Larry Shockney Manager, Mail Room Operations

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Tracy Silwick Administrative Assistant, Sales & Fan Services

H. Russell Smouse General Counsel

Mike Stashik Director, Orioles Productions 

Jennifer Steier Alumni Affairs Assistant

Bill Stetka Director, Orioles Alumni

Ben Sussman-Hyde Video Coaching/Advance Scouting Assistant

Kevin Tenenbaum Analyst, Baseball Analytics

Dan Thomas Head Groundskeeper, Florida

Jen Tillmann Executive Administrative Assistant

John Tillmann Production Specialist 

Lisa Tolson, PHR Director, Human Resources

Heather Turnour Coordinator, Game Entertainment

Amy Tuten Manager, Sponsorship Sales, Florida

Fred Tyler Equipment Manager (Road)

Jim Tyler Umpire Room Manager

Bud Verge Manager, Fan Services

Joan Walsh Ticket Office Accountant

Jack Webb Manager, Ballpark Operations 

Ren R. Wechsler Group Sales Representative

Ben Werthan Coordinator, Advance Scouting

Chrissie Werzinsky Coordinator, Processing 

Eric Wickenheiser Season Plan Sales Representative

Bill Wilkes Assistant Director, Major League Administration / Pro Scouting

Nick Wilz Assistant Head Groundskeeper, Florida

Kim Yancheski Manager, Accounts Receivable

Marcy M. Zerhusen Information Systems Administrator

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Mike Silverman Coordinator, Major League Video

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(Medical Staff) Chris Poole, Assistant Athletic Trainer Ryosuke Naito, Strength and Conditioning Coach (Orioles Productions) Ryan Wagner, Public Address Announcer (Orioles Productions–Senior Game Staff) Carl Birkmeyer, Joe Bowers, Ed Charik, Pete Holden, Richard McFadden, Bob Popik, Dianne Stefanick, Sam Williams

Christina Zizos Coordinator, Community Relations

(Corporate Partnerships) Mike DeMars, Senior Manager, Partnership Marketing Amy Schreiber, Coordinator, Partnership Marketing (Ticketing & Fan Services–Senior Staff) Karen Baer, Ena Clarke,Thom Hitzelberger, Kandy Kepner, Cheryl Lawrence, Patricia Nedd, Laura Prinn, Patti Pritchard, Janine Sheeler, David Tumminello (Ticketing & Fan Services–Senior Staff-Tours) Ed Bentley, Wayne Christensen, Bob Feldman, Joe Flynn, DJ McCann, Cheryl Mendelsohn, Mirv Metzger, Dennis Siegel, Mike Trott, Craig Wheeler

(Fan Services Representatives) Quentin Ellison, Jason Holzman, Brendon Kennerly, Brad Kirkley, Mark Nowicki, Kevin Ryba, Debbie Shacklock (Ticket Service Representatives) Sam Skidmore, Nick Tomechko (Ballpark Operations) Dmitri Carter, Mail Room Assistant Andrew Lawing, Junior Assistant Head Groundskeeper

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For more than 60 years, the Baltimore Orioles have given back to the local community, becoming involved in a variety of area programs and initiatives. Through OriolesREACH, the club seeks opportunities to reach out to our neighbors and help our fans improve their daily lives. In addition to partnering with existing charities and community organizations, the Orioles have also established a collection of programs and initiatives to extend our reach through the Mid-Atlantic region and in Sarasota, Fla. Since the ownership group led by Peter Angelos purchased the team, the Orioles have donated more than $10 million to support various organizations in the Orioles community.

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY THE ORIOLES CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Baltimore Orioles Charitable Foundation and the Baltimore Orioles, Inc. support many civic and charitable organizations with the goal of enriching the lives of fans in the community. The Foundation raises money through various means and donates funds to worthy local causes and charities.

GAME-USED MEMORABILIA AND ONLINE AUCTIONS

Through various online auctions of special anniversary jerseys and other game-used items, the Orioles raised more than $318,000 last season. In 2015, the Orioles wore and auctioned special jerseys on Jackie Robinson Day, the Fourth of July, and Memorial Day.

LICENSE PLATE PROGRAM

Since its launch in 2012, the Orioles License Plate Program has raised more than $111,000 for the Orioles Charitable Foundation. In 2015, the Orioles held an online charity auction for the 2130 and the 2131 numbered license plates in honor of the 20th anniversary of Cal Ripken, Jr.’s recordbreaking 2,131st consecutive game played. The auction raised $5,598 with all proceeds benefiting the Baltimore Orioles Charitable Foundation.

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MARYLAND GOVERNOR LARRY HOGAN & ORIOLES TEAM UP TO FIGHT CHILDHOOD CANCER

In September, as part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the Orioles announced a new partnership with the office of Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to raise funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Ronald McDonald House Charities in the fight against pediatric cancer. In support of this important initiative, the Orioles hosted a fundraiser and presented a check for $50,000 to benefit the causes. An exclusive ticket offer allowed fans to contribute while receiving a discount on game tickets for remaining 2015 season games.

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SHANNON’S FUND

In May, the Orioles and OriolesREACH raised more than $11,000 through a fundraising event at Oriole Park to benefit Shannon’s Fund, an endowment at the University of Maryland Medical Center to provide financial support to hospital patients and their families. More than $27,000 was donated to Shannon’s Fund in 2015. Shannon’s Fund was established by the Orioles and OriolesREACH in 2008 in memory of Shannon Obaker, the club’s former Director of Community Outreach, who bravely fought cancer for a year before she passed away in 2007 at the age of 29.

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LUNGEVITY FOUNDATION

Through various initiatives to raise funds and awareness, the Orioles continued their partnership with the LUNGevity Foundation, a nonprofit firmly committed to increasing quality-of-life and survivorship of people with lung cancer, as well as providing community, support, and education for all those affected by the disease. The Orioles once again hosted the LUNGevity Foundation’s Breathe Deep Baltimore in October, a 5K walk to raise funds and awareness for lung cancer in memory of late Orioles Public Relations Director Monica Pence Barlow. More than $139,000 was raised at the walk, including a $10,000 donation from United Concordia, and all proceeds benefited the LUNGevity Foundation.

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The Orioles worked closely to raise money and awareness for these programs, organizations, and initiatives in 2015:

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BARCS ANIMAL SHELTER PET CALENDAR FUNDRAISER

The Orioles launched the annual Orioles Pet Calendar, sponsored by Pet+E.R., with proceeds benefiting BARCS, a nonprofit shelter that accepts and cares for all animals in need. The 16-month calendar features photos of Orioles players and manager Buck Showalter with their pets as well as various BARCS animals at locations around Oriole Park. More than $53,000 was raised for BARCS through sales of the 2016 pet calendar and the Orioles have helped raise nearly $190,000 for the shelter over the past seven years via calendar sales and player signings. The largest companion animal shelter in Maryland, BARCS takes in more than 12,000 dogs and cats and 1,000 wildlife and other small mammals annually. On any given day, BARCS cares for 110 dogs and 110 cats in the shelter, plus more than 800 animals in foster care.

COMMUNITY BOOTH

During each home game, the Orioles provide a community booth for charitable, nonprofit organizations to distribute information, sell raffle tickets, register participants, and raise awareness for Orioles fans. Nearly 60 different organizations participated in the Community Booth Program in 2015.

MLB INITIATIVES

The Orioles partner with Major League Baseball and support worthy causes chosen by the league each year. The following programs and organizations were part of this partnership in 2015:

JACKIE ROBINSON DAY

In recognition of the 68th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball, the Orioles honored Robinson’s legacy on April 15, 2015, by hosting a “selfexpression” contest with the Boys & Girls Club at the Westport Homes branch. On Jackie Robinson Day, all Orioles uniformed personnel wore No. 42, Robinson’s retired number, joining all other Major League teams in honoring Robinson’s historic achievement. Each player’s authenticated, gameworn, and autographed No. 42 jersey was auctioned, raising more than $10,000 to benefit the Baltimore Orioles Charitable Foundation and the Jackie Robinson Foundation. Since 2009, the Orioles have raised more than $70,000 for the Jackie Robinson Foundation through the auction.

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In June of 2015, the Maryland State Department of Education’s Division of Library Development and Services launched its 2015 Summer Reading Program at public libraries throughout the state. Students in the program registered at their local public library, read books, and participated in classes and workshops. The Orioles supported the 2015 Maryland Public Library Summer Reading Program by donating 5,000 tickets to Maryland Public Library Branches. The Orioles also acknowledged the 2015 Summer Reading Program representatives from each county library on the field prior to a game in September.

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In May of 2015, the Orioles partnered with Maryland Public Schools to launch a new educational initiative known as “Bird on a STEM” lesson plans. The program, which was created by Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellows, focuses on developing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math skills in the classroom. The “Bird on a STEM” program strives to educate and excite statewide youth about Orioles Baseball and to cover the Maryland State Board of Education’s STEM curriculum. The program not only consists of classroom instruction, but it offers the opportunity for students to attend

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Orioles games, receive behind the scenes ballpark tours to learn about the history of the team and the city, and meet Orioles players. The Orioles and the “Bird on a STEM” initiative provide these experiences to help the students relate to what they are learning in the classroom.

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Continuing baseball’s long-standing commitment to raising awareness of ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, Major League Baseball and all 30 Clubs once again teamed up “4 ALS.” In August of 2015, the Orioles participated in the return of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge as each Major League club hosted its own ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and then challenged another franchise, along with two other local personalities or organizations, to partake in the charitable effort. Bullpen catcher Jett Ruiz served as an Orioles spokesperson for the initiative. Ruiz was teammates for three seasons with Pete Frates on Boston College’s baseball team. Frates, who was diagnosed with ALS in 2012, has served as one of the driving forces behind the Ice Bucket Challenge. In support of the campaign, MLB donated $100,000 to The ALS Association to further collaborative efforts between several ALS organizations.

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IMMERSIVE LEARNING EXPERIENCE AT ORIOLE PARK

Last season, the Orioles hosted students from the Leadership in Media Production program from Baltimore City Public Schools through a partnership with “Youth Works.” The summer program focused on enhancing the in-school curriculum and allowed students to learn about digital storytelling and broadcasting. The Orioles and MASN provided these students with the opportunity to showcase their talents and to learn about the behind-thescenes productions at the ballpark. Students from the class visited Oriole Park in July of 2015 and produced a story about their experience working at a Major League Baseball game. Students covered the manager’s pregame press conference and OriolesREACH pregame events, observed MASN’s television production from various places around the ballpark, and practiced play-by-play announcing in a broadcast booth during the game. The students talked about how their experience shaped their pursuit of landing a career in media production in their final project.

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The Orioles sent All-Star teams to Prince George’s County to represent Baltimore in the MidAtlantic Regional Tournament. The club provided transportation, uniforms, and hotel accommodations. The softball team and baseball team ages 16-18 also had the opportunity to work together as a team at the Dan Duquette Sports Academy in Hinsdale, Mass., courtesy of the Orioles. 2016 ORIOLES MEDIA GUIDE

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The Orioles supported Baltimore RBI participants in a variety of ways including a recognition ceremony and complimentary tickets to RBI coaches and players. RBI coaches participated in a clinic hosted by the Positive Coaching Alliance, a Stanford University-based nonprofit organization that works with coaches, organizational leaders, and parents to teach young athletes about teamwork, discipline, respect, and setting proper goals through their athletic experiences.

In 2015, the Orioles helped to host Challenger League clinics and a multi-team tournament, featuring teams from around the Mid-Atlantic region. The Orioles and Oriole Advocates also hosted a Fantasy Camp for the Challenger Baseball program. Orioles infielder Ryan Flaherty and catcher Caleb Joseph, as well as former Orioles Ken Dixon and Bill Swaggerty, participated in the camp for children with special needs at Freedom Field in Lake Waterford Park in Pasadena, Md. Each child received a personalized Orioles jersey and game tickets.

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In 2015, United Concordia partnered with the Baltimore RBI and donated $10,000 toward the program, which benefited both baseball and softball teams. Six softball teams, six 12U baseball teams, 11 baseball teams ages 13-15, and 12 baseball teams ages 16-18 drove record participation last season.

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Founded in 2010, the Oriole Advocates Challenger Baseball League offers boys and girls with physical and mental challenges the opportunity to participate in an organized game of baseball. The Orioles and the Oriole Advocates partner to support local Challenger Leagues by hosting tournaments, providing equipment, umpires, facility usage, events, as well as by donating Orioles game tickets to more than 900 participants in the program.

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The Baltimore RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) Program, which is part of Major League Baseball’s RBI initiative, has been a mainstay since its inception in 1989, creating a partnership with Baltimore City Recreation and Parks to allow at-risk youth an opportunity to play competitive baseball and softball.

The 2015 Champions of the Baltimore RBI were the Woodlawn Drive BC (16-18 Division), Bear Creek Green (13-15 Division), and Edreco (Softball Division).

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Throughout 2015, the Orioles and OriolesREACH hosted and participated in numerous youth baseball and softball clinics throughout the Maryland region. On May 2, 2015, the Orioles conducted a clinic for 100 Fort Meade youth baseball players, highlighting pitching, fielding, baserunning, and hitting with the help of Orioles pitcher Brad Brach and former Orioles pitcher Ken Dixon. The Orioles also provided an Orioles cap, bag, rope necklace, and game tickets to all clinic participants.

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Additionally, the Orioles hosted three “Chevy Youth Baseball Clinics” in 2015. More than 300 children from the surrounding Baltimore metro area took the field to learn the fundamentals of pitching, throwing, and catching from former Orioles Larry Bigbie, Joe Orsulak, Rick Krivda, Al Bumbry, Ken Dixon, and Bill Swaggerty.

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On May 18, 2015, Orioles third baseman Manny Machado hosted his second annual Celebrity BaseBOWL Tournament to raise funds for the Baltimore City Foundation, which supports Baltimore City’s Recreation & Parks “Play Baseball” youth program. This initiative provides a free, eight-week summer baseball camp for local youth ages 9-12, including equipment, uniforms, transportation, and field refurbishment. The sold out, star-studded event raised approximately $80,000 – including a $10,000 donation from the Orioles. Machado also hosted a clinic for more than 200 participants of the “Play Baseball” program at Patterson Park, instructing participants on a variety of baseball skills and participating in a question-and-answer session.

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The Orioles also partnered with Coca-Cola to hold two “Coca-Cola Get the Ball Rolling” Clinics in an effort to educate area youth about health and nutrition. Approximately 250 middle-school students from Baltimore City Schools participated in batting, pitching, and fielding drills with Orioles pitcher Brian Matusz. Additionally, a nutritionist taught students how to live a balanced lifestyle and Orioles Strength and Conditioning Coach Ryo Naito led students in stretching and conditioning drills.

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In September of 2015, several Orioles Wives including Jill Davis and Tiffani Givens along with Orioles on Deck volunteers participated in the rebuild of a Baltimore home as part of the Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake’s Baltimore Women Build project. Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake’s Women Build program has funded and constructed homes throughout Baltimore for over nine years and continues to focus on building projects in impoverished areas.

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Each year, members of the Orioles front office through the Orioles on Deck Employee Volunteer Program volunteer with various organizations in the region to help improve the local community. In 2015, Orioles On Deck volunteers logged more than 100 hours of service at the Franciscan Center, Maryland Food Bank, Habitat for Humanity, St. Francis Neighborhood Center, USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore, and at other local organizations.

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MILITARY & VETERAN APPRECIATION

The Orioles extended several special offers to members of the military and U.S. veterans throughout the season including discounted tickets, complimentary gift items for military members and their families, and complimentary “Welcome Home” scoreboard messages. At select Sunday home games, AT&T and the Orioles also invited the family of a deployed military service man or woman to be their guest of the game and feature the family on the center field video board. Additionally, through the Sunday Suite Program in partnership with GEICO, the Orioles hosted wounded service members and other active duty, veteran, and military organizations in a private, catered suite. The Orioles provided a special player meet and greet before the game, recognition after the playing of “God Bless America” during the seventh-inning stretch, and complimentary Orioles player T-shirts. Participating players included Zach Britton, Brad Brach, Chris Davis, J.J. Hardy, Darren O’Day, Chris Tillman and Matt Wieters. The United Services Organizations, Wounded Warrior Project, Yellow Ribbon Fund, Operation Homefront, Marine Corps League, The Mission Continues, Team RWB, The 6th Branch, Got Your 6, Red Circle Foundation, Warrior Events, and Fort Meade were among the organizations that participated in the program.

PLAYER HONORS ADAM JONES PRESENTED WITH MULTIPLE AWARDS FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE

In 2015, Adam Jones received the Heart and Hustle Award, the Brooks Robinson Community Service Award, and the Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award. Jones received the Orioles 2015 Heart and Hustle Award from the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA). This esteemed award, voted on by alumni players, honors active players who demonstrate a passion for the game of baseball and best embody the values, spirit, and tradition of the game. Jones previously won this award during the 2012 and 2014 seasons. The MLBPAA also named Jones as the 2015 Brooks Robinson Community Service recipient. Each year, the MLBPAA gives the Brooks Robinson Community Service Award to a current or former Major Leaguer whose community service exemplifies the unselfish and humble attitude of Brooks Robinson, bettering the lives of the youth in his community. The award was created to honor the dedication Robinson has shown to young people across the country through his support of the Legends for Youth Clinic series and the MLBPAA since its inception in 1982.

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Additionally, O’Day was the Orioles finalist for the 2015 Bob Feller Act of Valor Award. The award is presented each year to one U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer, one Baseball Hall of Fame member, and one active Major League Baseball player who reflect the values, integrity, and dedication to serving the United States that Bob Feller himself possessed. 2016 ORIOLES MEDIA GUIDE

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The Baltimore Sun Media Group presented Darren O’Day with the 2015 Tim Wheatley Award for Community Service. The Baltimore Sun Media Group created the Tim Wheatley Award in 2010 to honor a local athlete whose contributions off the field were just as important as his or her contributions on the field. O’Day has supported the USO and the Orioles’ Military Sunday Suite Program and donated $50 to Luke’s Wings for each strikeout he recorded. Since 2013, O’Day raised nearly $12,600 for Luke’s Wings, a nonprofit military organization dedicated to the support of current and former service members wounded in battle.

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The Oriole Advocates presented Zach Britton with the 2015 Oriole Way Award. The Oriole Advocates, with the support of the Baltimore Orioles, created the Oriole Way Award to recognize an Orioles player who made significant contributions both on and off the field and who has demonstrated a sincere willingness and desire to serve the community. The Oriole Advocates honored Britton for his dedication to serving others, including children battling cancer, BARCS animals, and military families.

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This past December, current and former Orioles hosted youth members of the Webster Kendrick Boys & Girls Club and the Towanda Extension Site as part of the 37th annual OriolesREACH Holiday Party for kids at Dave & Busters in Arundel Mills Mall. Players served lunch, played games, signed autographs, and handed out gifts for every child. Adam Jones also presented a check for $75,000 to the Boys & Girls Club during the party.

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The Orioles launched the 2016 season this past December by hosting the team’s annual FanFest at the Baltimore Convention Center. Orioles FanFest, presented by Visit Sarasota County, featured

appearances by current and former Orioles players and coaches as part of a day-long celebration of baseball that included question-and-answer forums with players, front office staff, and media; clinics for children on a youth-sized baseball field; a Spring Training exhibit; kids’ press conferences presented by MASN; and tours of the Orioles clubhouse at Oriole Park. Through various autograph signings, memorabilia sales, silent auctions, and other activities, FanFest raised more than $118,000 for the Orioles Charitable Foundation.

ORIOLESREACH GAMEDAY EXPERIENCE PROGRAM

Each season, the Orioles host more than 10,000 underprivileged youth as a part of the OriolesREACH Gameday Experience Program, in which participants receive a game ticket, concessions, an Orioles T-shirt and cap, as well as transportation to and from the game. More than 130,000 children have participated since the program’s inception.

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On September 13, 2015, the Orioles and the Oriole Advocates conducted their 2015 Cardboard to Leather™ collection at Oriole Park, presented by Legg Mason. The Oriole Advocates created the program in 1992 to provide baseball and softball equipment to underprivileged youth in developing countries. Fans were encouraged to bring new or gently-used baseball equipment to Oriole Park prior to that day’s game to be used in the distribution, which went to youth players in Aruba, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico. Financial donations were also accepted to help with shipping costs. This 2015 event collected 1,125 items and raised more than $4,500.

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YOUTH DAYS AT THE BALLPARK

The Orioles hosted three Youth Baseball Days at Oriole Park in 2015. More than 20,000 youth baseball and softball players participated in a pregame parade around the warning track and were greeted by Orioles players as they walked by the dugout. Teams, dressed in their uniforms, carried banners and waved to their family members as they rounded the field.

Through Sarasota 365, the Orioles and OriolesREACH demonstrate the ballclub’s year-round engagement with the Greater Sarasota community. Whether hosting youth activities, participating in charitable causes, or partnering in efforts to boost the local economy, the Orioles are active in the region all year long, proving that their commitment to the club’s southern home games goes far beyond baseball. Examples of Sarasota 365 activities include: a series of youth baseball clinics; the Birdland Golf Classic to benefit the Miracle League of Manasota; Go Green Auction benefiting a local environmental cause; Mayors’ Feed the Hungry Program Food Drive and Sorting Day; The Orioles Health and Fitness Challenge; All Faiths Food Drive; and much more. For more information on the Orioles’ year-round commitment, visit www.orioles.com/Sarasota.

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FULL NAME: William Nathaniel “Buck” Showalter BORN: May 23, 1956 2016 OPENING DAY AGE: 59 BIRTHPLACE/RESIDENCE: Born in DeFuniak Springs, FL…Resides in Dallas, TX and Baltimore, MD CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2018 MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: Entering his 23rd season as a manager in professional baseball, his 18th season as a manager in the Major Leagues, and his seventh as manager of the Orioles.

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A three-time Manager of the Year (1994, 2004, and 2014), Buck Showalter enters his seventh season with the Orioles. Showalter currently ranks fourth among active Major League managers and 31st all-time with 1,340 career victories. In his managerial career, Showalter is 1,340-1,242 in 17 seasons as manager of the New York Yankees (313-268; 19921995), Arizona Diamondbacks (250-236; 1998-2000), Texas Rangers (319-329; 2003-06), and Orioles (458-409; 2010present). He recorded his 1,000th career win on May 1, 2012 at New York-AL. On January 16, 2013, the Orioles announced a contract extension for Showalter through 2018.  Showalter was hired as the 19th manager in Orioles history on July 29, 2010, and took the helm on August 2, directing the club to a 34-23 finish, the second-best record in the American League over the last 57 games behind Minnesota’s 35-22 finish. Showalter became the first manager since 1900 to take over a team on August 1 or later and win more games the rest of the way (34) than the club won before he took over (32). He is also the first manager in Major League history to win seven of his first eight games after taking over a team in mid-season that was 20 or more games under .500. Over the last four seasons, the Orioles have won more games (355) than any other American League club, finishing .500 or better each year. The Orioles have also committed the fewest amount of errors and slugged the most home runs (854) in Major League Baseball since the beginning of the 2012 season. Under Showalter’s guidance, the 2014 Orioles went 96-66 and won the American League East division title for the first time since 1997, 12.0 games ahead of the New York Yankees. After sweeping the Detroit Tigers in the American League Division Series, 3-0, the Orioles made their first trip to the American League Championship Series since 1997 where, they fell to the Kansas City Royals in four games. Following the season, Showalter earned his third Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) American League Manager of the Year award as well as his second Manager of the Year honor from Baseball America (also 2012). In 2012, Showalter led the Orioles to a 24-game improvement (69 wins in 2011 to 93 in 2012) and the American League Division Series, where they fell to the New York Yankees, 3-2. The Orioles and Rangers reached the postseason in 2012 as the two Wild Card teams and met in a one-game playoff in Arlington to determine the Wild Card team for the Division Series round. The Orioles advanced with a 5-1 win. Following the season, Showalter was named The Sporting News’ 2012 AL Manager of the Year and was awarded the C.I. Taylor Legacy Award by the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum as the top AL manager. Showalter spent the first 19 years of his professional baseball career in the New York Yankees organization, culminating in a four-year stint as the manager from 1992-95. In 1994, Showalter earned AL Manager of the Year honors, guiding New York to a 70-43 record before the strike ended the season prematurely. The next season, he led the Yankees to their first playoff berth in 14 years and managed the American League All-Star team. He was the youngest manager in the Major Leagues in each of his four seasons in New York.  In November 1995, Showalter joined the Arizona Diamondbacks, 28 months before the expansion franchise began play, and helped shape the new team’s Major League operations. In 1999, he guided the Diamondbacks to a 100-win season and the NL West division title, an improvement of 35 victories over the previous season, the most in Major League history.  Showalter joined the Texas Rangers prior to the 2003 season and, in 2004, led the club to an 18-win improvement over the previous year, earning his second AL Manager of the Year honor from the BBWAA.  Showalter’s managerial career began in 1985 with the Oneonta Yankees. He managed for five seasons in the Yankees minor league system, earning Eastern League Manager of the Year honors in 1989, prior to joining the Major League coaching staff in 1990. 

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ARIZONA: Guided the Diamondbacks to a 250-236 (.514) record from 1998-2000, the franchise’s first three seasons in the National League…2000: Arizona led the NL West for the first four months before finishing third at 85-77, 12.0 games behind San Francisco…1999: Guided the Diamondbacks to the NL West title with a 100-62 record, 14.0 games ahead of San Francisco…Marked the first time that an expansion team had ever won a division title in as few as two years… Increase of 35 victories from 1998 represented the biggest improvement in Major League history...Diamondbacks won 51 of final 68 games...Arizona lost in four games to the New York Mets in the National League Division Sereis...1998: In its inaugural season, Arizona was 65-97, the fourth-most wins ever for an expansion club in its first year...Won seven consecutive contests, August 28-September 4, tying the 1961 Los Angeles Angels for the longest winning streak ever for an expansion team…Joined the Arizona organization as its first manager on November 15, 1995, 28 months before the NL expansion club began play…During that period was instrumental in the formation of Arizona’s Major League operation and was heavily involved in the scouting of major and minor league talent.

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Earned First Team All-America honors in 1977 in his only season at Mississippi State University, where he established a still-standing school record for batting average (.459) and a then-team mark for RBI (44)…Was an All-American in 1976 at Chipola Junior College in Marianna, FL…Had his jersey retired at Chipola on February 5, 2011…Played for Hyannis in Cape Cod League in the summer of 1976, batting .434 to break Thurman Munson’s league record…Was elected to the Cape Cod League Hall of Fame in 2002…Played baseball, basketball, and football at Century, FL HS (graduated 1974).

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A fifth-round selection by the Yankees in the 1977 First-Year Player Draft, he spent seven seasons as a first basemanoutfielder in the Yankees minor league system from 1977-83 with a career .294 batting average…Led Southern League in hits (152) at Nashville in 1982…Was a teammate of Don Mattingly at Nashville in 1981…Also topped the Southern League in hits (178), and finished second in batting average (.324) in 1980, when Nashville won a league record 97 games…Teammates that year included future Major Leaguers Steve Balboni, Tom Filer, Andy McGaffigan, Willie McGee, Rafael Santana, and Pat Tabler.

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Spent the first 19 seasons of his professional career in the Yankees organization…Was on New York’s Major League coaching staff for two seasons, serving as the team’s “eye in the sky coach” for the first half of 1990 and as the third base coach from June 6, 1990 through 1991…Compiled a 360-207 record in five seasons as a minor league manager from 1985-1989 with four first place finishes…Had a 14-4 record in postseason play, winning league championships at Oneonta (New York-Penn) in 1985, Fort Lauderdale (Florida State) in 1987, and Albany-Colonie (Eastern) in 1989…Eastern League Manager of the Year in 1989 as Albany-Colonie won 92 games, most for a Yankees farm club since 1980…Oneonta established New York-Penn League records for victories in both 1985 (55) and 1986 (59)…Served as the third base coach at Fort Lauderdale in 1984.

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longest consecutive tenure for a Yankees skipper since Ralph Houk managed from 1966-73…Was the Major Leagues’ youngest manager in each of his four seasons at New York…1995: Yankees earned their first postseason appearance since 1981, winning the AL Wild Card with a 78-66 record, second in the East, 7.0 games behind Boston…New York won nine of the final 10 games to earn a playoff berth…Won the first two games of the American League Division Series against Seattle before dropping final three contests in the Kingdome…Managed the AL squad in the All-Star Game at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, losing to the NL, 3-2…1994: Guided the Yankees to 70-43 record, a .619 winning percentage that ranked as second-best in the Majors at time of players’ strike on August 12…Had a 6.5 game lead in AL East, biggest advantage of any division…Won his 200th game as a Yankee on June 13 in Baltimore at the age of 38, second-youngest New York skipper to reach that milestone behind Clark Griffith at age 35 in 1905…Selected as the American League Manager of the Year by the BBWAA and The Sporting News…1993: New York finished second in the AL East at 88-74, 7.0 games behind Toronto and a 13-game improvement from 1992…Finished second in AL BBWAA Manager of the Year balloting behind Chicago’s Gene Lamont…1992: Appointed as the 30th Yankees manager on October 29, 1991 at the age of 35, the club’s youngest skipper since Roger Peckinpaugh (23) in 1914…New York went 76-86, a five-game improvement from 1991 and had second-best start in team history at 6-0…Served as a coach for Tom Kelly in the All-Star Game at San Diego, the first Yankee manager to achieve that distinction since Houk in 1970.

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After wearing No. 11 in his previous managerial stints, he switched to No. 26 upon joining the Orioles to honor the late O’s player and manager Johnny Oates…Prior to joining the Orioles, and during the 2001 and 2002 seasons, Showalter worked for ESPN as a regular studio analyst on Baseball Tonight and an analyst on ESPN’s television and radio broadcasts...He also worked the 2002 National League Division Series games between Arizona and St. Louis for ESPN Radio…Graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in education in 1979…Showalter’s father, the late William Nathaniel II, was an All-American fullback at Milligan College in Tennessee and then served as principal at Century High School for 23 years…Showalter was called “Nat” throughout his youth before acquiring nickname “Buck” from Ed Napoleon, his manager at Fort Lauderdale in 1977…Showalter and his wife, Angela, were married on March 5, 1983, and have two children…Their daughter, Allie St. Clair Showalter Robinson, was born on January 30, 1987, and married Andrew Robinson in 2013…Their son, William Nathaniel IV (Nathan), was born December 17, 1991, and is currently an Area Scout for the Orioles.

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PLAYING CAREER YEAR CLUB 1977 Ft. Lauderdale 1978 West Haven 1979 West Haven 1980 Nashville 1981 Nashville Columbus 1982 Nashville 1983 Nashville Columbus TOTALS

AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS .362 56 196 32 71 8 1 1 25 36 13 4 3 .289 123 429 52 124 13 2 3 46 55 34 19 8 .279 129 469 71 131 7 3 6 51 36 30 8 6 .324 142 550 84 178 19 3 1 82 53 23 6 9 .264 90 307 46 81 17 6 0 38 46 16 3 3 .189 14 37 6 7 1 0 1 3 3 0 0 0 .294 132 517 66 152 29 3 3 46 61 42 2 5 .276 89 297 35 82 13 4 1 37 39 22 1 3 .238 18 63 9 15 3 0 1 8 7 3 1 0 .294 793 2865 401 841 110 22 17 336 336 183 44 37

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# DATE 1 April 7, 1992 100 May 22, 1993 200 June 13, 1994 300 September 12, 1995 400 May 17, 1999 500 May 8, 2000 600 July 9, 2003 700 August 17, 2004 800 September 25, 2005 900 September 4, 2010 1000 May 1, 2012 1100 May 10, 2013 1200 June 18, 2014 1300 June 28, 2015

OPPONENT vs. Boston at Boston at Baltimore at Cleveland at San Francisco vs. Los Angeles (NL) vs. Minnesota vs. Cleveland at Oakland vs. Tampa Bay at New York (AL) at Minnesota at Tampa Bay vs. Cleveland

On May 1, 2012, Showalter recorded the 1,000th win of his managerial career, becoming the 58th manager to do so. Of the 57 previous managers to win 1,000 games, 29 have been inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Entering 2016, Showalter is 60 wins shy of becoming the 28th manager in Major League Baseball history to record 1,400 wins.

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Record Pct. 1,480-1,060 .583 517-539 .490 458-409 .528 407-318 .561 291-270 .519 275-372 .425 230-285 .447 212-167 .559 187-283 .398 186-138 .574

Manager Years Record Pct. Billy Hitchcock 1962-63 163-161 .503 Ray Miller 1998-99 157-167 .485 Lee Mazzilli 2004-05 129-140 .480 Sam Perlozzo* 2005-07 122-164 .427 Phil Regan 1995 71-73 .493 Cal Ripken, Sr. 1987-88 68-101 .402 Jimmy Dykes 1954 54-100 .351 Luman Harris* 1961 17-10 .630 Juan Samuel* 2010 17-34 .333 *served as interim manager

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a - Defeated Geneva in one-game semifinal…Defeated Auburn 2-1 for league championship b - Lost to Newark in one-game semifinal c - Defeated Lakeland 2-0 in semifinals…Defeated Osceola 3-1 for league championship d - Defeated Reading 3-1 in semifinals…Defeated Harrisburg 3-1 for league championship e - Led AL East by 6.5 games when strike halted play on August 12 f - Won Wild Card…Lost to Seattle 3-2 in American League Division Series g - Won NL West…Lost to New York Mets 3-1 in National League Division Series h – Defeated Texas in one-game Wild Card round i – Lost to New York 3-2 in American League Division Series j – Defeated Detroit 3-0 in American League Division Series k – Lost to Kansas City 4-0 in American League Championship Series

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MANAGERIAL RECORD YEAR CLUB LEAGUE POS W L PCT 1985 Oneonta NY-Penn 1st-a 55 23 .705 st 1986 Oneonta NY-Penn 1 -b 59 18 .766 1987 Ft. Lauderdale Florida St. 1st-c 85 53 .616 1988 Ft. Lauderdale Florida St. 3rd/3rd 69 65 .515 1989 Albany Eastern 1st-d 92 48 .657 1992 New York AMERICAN 4th 76 86 .469 1993 New York AMERICAN 2nd 88 74 .543 1994 New York AMERICAN 1st-e 70 43 .619 1995 New York AMERICAN 2nd-f 79 65 .549 1998 Arizona NATIONAL 5th 65 97 .401 1999 Arizona NATIONAL 1st-g 100 62 .617 2000 Arizona NATIONAL 3rd 85 77 .525 2003 Texas AMERICAN 4th 71 91 .438 2004 Texas AMERICAN 3rd 89 73 .549 2005 Texas AMERICAN 3rd 79 83 .488 2006 Texas AMERICAN 3rd 80 82 .494 2010 Baltimore AMERICAN 5th 34 23 .596 2011 Baltimore AMERICAN 5th 69 93 .426 2012 Baltimore AMERICAN 2nd-hi 93 69 .574 2013 Baltimore AMERICAN T-3rd 85 77 .525 2014 Baltimore AMERICAN 1st-jk 96 66 .593 2015 Baltimore AMERICAN 3rd 81 81 .500 MAJOR LEAGUE TOTALS 1,340 1,242 .519 MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS 360 207 .635 PROFESSIONAL TOTALS 1,700 1,449 .540

2015 IN REVIEW

BUCK SHOWALTER

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DOM CHITI

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FULL NAME: Harry Dominic “Dom” Chiti BORN: December 10, 1958 2016 OPENING DAY AGE: 57 BIRTHPLACE/RESIDENCE: Born in Independence, MO and resides in Auburndale, FL MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: Enters his eighth Major League season as a bullpen coach and third with the Orioles.

COACHING CAREER

2016 ORIOLES 2015 IN REVIEW

Enters his third year as the Orioles Bullpen Coach…Spent the 2013 season as the Braves’ Special Assistant to the General Manager for Pitching Development…From 2009 through the 2012 season, he was a Major League scout for the Braves and served as a special assistant to the general manager…Prior to his stint in Atlanta, Chiti was part of the Texas organization, where he served as the bullpen coach during the 2006-08 seasons and the director of player personnel from July 2004 through the 2005 season...Chiti joined the Rangers in 2002 as a special assistant to the general manager (200203), and also served as the club’s advance scout in the first half of the 2004 season…Chiti spent 12 years (1989-2001) in the Cleveland Indians organization, where he served as the club’s American League advance scout from 1996-2001 after joining the team in 1989 as a roving minor league instructor...He was promoted to Major League bullpen coach for the Indians in 1992 and served as an advance scout in 1994...In 1995, he was the pitching coach for Triple-A Buffalo, a club that made the International League playoffs…Chiti began his coaching career in the Orioles organization in 1982, where he spent nine seasons, serving as a minor league pitching coach and a roving pitching instructor before joining the Indians in 1990.

PLAYING CAREER

OPPONENTS

Pitched six years in the minor leagues, compiling a 30-42 mark and a 4.13 ERA (260 ER/567.0 IP) in 115 games (87 starts)…The southpaw pitched for five years in the Braves organization, advancing as high as Double-A Savannah in 1978 and 1979, before joining the Orioles organization in 1981 with Class-A Hagerstown…Attended New River Community College in Dublin, VA where he studied accounting…Drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the second round of the 1976 First-Year Player Draft out of Raleigh-Egypt HS in Memphis, TN.

PERSONAL

His father, Harry, was a Major Leaguer who spent more than eight seasons with the Chicago Cubs, Kansas City Royals, Detroit Tigers, and the New York Mets…Chiti, and his wife, Jennifer, reside in Auburndale, FL…He has two children, Morgan Bishop and John Dominic, and three stepchildren, Kira, Kasie, and Krista.

MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK

COACHING TIMELINE 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986-88 1989-90 1991 1992-93 1994 1995 1996-2001 2002-03 2004 2004-05 2006-08 2009-12 2013 2014-present

Pitching Coach, Bluefield Orioles, Appalachian League, R (Orioles) Pitching Coach, Hagerstown Suns, Carolina League, A (Orioles) Pitching Coach, Bluefield Orioles, Appalachian League, R (Orioles) Pitching Coach, Charlotte Orioles, Southern League, AA (Orioles) Pitching Coach, Rochester Red Wings, International League, AAA (Orioles) Roving Minor League Instructor, Cleveland Indians Minor League Pitching Coordinator, Cleveland Indians Bullpen Coach, Cleveland Indians Major League Advance Scout, Cleveland Indians Pitching Coach, Buffalo Bisons, International League, AAA (Indians) Major League Advance Scout, Atlanta Braves Special Assistant to the General Manager, Texas Rangers Major League Advance Scout, Texas Rangers Director of Player Development, Texas Rangers Bullpen Coach, Texas Rangers Special Assistant to the General Manager/Major League Scout, Atlanta Braves Special Assistant to the General Manager for Pitching Development, Atlanta Braves Bullpen Coach, Baltimore Orioles

MEDIA

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SCOTT COOLBAUGH

COACHING TIMELINE 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003-04 2007-08 2009-10 2011 2011-12 2013 2014 2015-present

Hitting Coach, El Paso Diablos, AA (Diamondbacks) Manager, High Desert Mavericks, A (Diamondbacks) Manager, Lancaster JetHawks, A (Diamondbacks) Hitting Coach, El Paso Diablos, AA (Diamondbacks) Manager, El Paso Diablos, AA (Diamondbacks) Hitting Coach, Frisco RoughRiders, AA (Rangers) Hitting Coach, Oklahoma City RedHawks, AAA (Rangers) Hitting Coach, Round Rock Express, AAA (Rangers) Hitting Coach, Texas Rangers Hitting Coach, Round Rock Express, AAA (Rangers) Minor League Hitting Coordinator, Texas Rangers Hitting Coach, Baltimore Orioles

MANAGERIAL RECORD Year Class Club League 2000 A High Desert California 2001 A Lancaster California 2003 AA El Paso Texas 2004 AA El Paso Texas TOTALS 2016 ORIOLES MEDIA GUIDE

W-L Pct 48-92 .343 61-79 .436 67-73 .479 48-89 .350 224-333 .402

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PERSONAL

Coolbaugh and his wife, Susan, reside in Colleyville, TX with their son, Tyler, and daughter, Chandler…Tyler is currently a junior on the Angelo State University baseball team…His brother, Mike, also played in the Major Leagues with Milwaukee and St. Louis (2001-02), but passed away during a game while coaching first base for the Tulsa Drillers in July of 2007… In memoriam and as a tribute to his character, Minor League Baseball created the Mike Coolbaugh Award as an annual distinction reserved for the individual who shows an outstanding baseball work ethic, knowledge of the game, and skill in mentoring young players on the field...The Texas League also established a Mike Coolbaugh Award presented annually to the league’s top coach…Coolbaugh was the first recipient of the Texas League’s Mike Coolbaugh Award in 2007…He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Diamond Dreams, a nonprofit organization that honors the memory of Mike Coolbaugh by promoting safety in the game of baseball and providing support to members of the baseball community in need.

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PLAYING CAREER

Coolbaugh was originally selected by Texas in the third round of the 1987 First-Year Player Draft after an All-American career at the University of Texas…He played 167 Major League games over four seasons with Texas (1989-90), San Diego (1991), and St. Louis (1994).

MEDIA

MANAGERIAL/COACHING CAREER

Enters his second season as the Orioles Hitting Coach after being named to the position on December 19, 2014…Spent the previous eight seasons in the Texas Rangers organization, serving as the minor league hitting coordinator in 2014…He also served as Major League Hitting Coach for the Rangers through 2012 after being named to the post on June 8, 2011… In 2011, the Rangers led Major League Baseball in batting average (.283) and reached the World Series before falling in seven games to the St. Louis Cardinals…In 2012, Texas led the Major Leagues in runs scored (808) and ranked second in the American League in total bases (2493) and batting average (.272)…Prior to joining the big league staff, Coolbaugh was a hitting instructor in the Texas organization from 2007-11…He was the organization’s Triple-A Hitting Coach at Oklahoma City (2009-10) and Round Rock (early 2011 and the 2013 season) after serving in the same role at Double-A Frisco in 2007-08…Before joining the Texas minor league staff, Coolbaugh was in the Arizona system, managing for two seasons at Double-A El Paso from 2003-04 in the Texas League…He also managed at Class A-Advanced High Desert in 2000 and Class-A Lancaster in 2001…Coolbaugh served as the hitting coach at El Paso in 1999 and 2002.

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HITTING COACH FULL NAME: Scott Robert Coolbaugh BORN: June 13, 1966 2016 OPENING DAY AGE: 49 BIRTHPLACE/RESIDENCE: Born in Binghamton, NY and resides in Colleyville, TX MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: Enters his fourth season as a Major League coach and second season as the Orioles Hitting Coach. Played four Major League seasons with three teams (Texas 1989-90, San Diego 1991, and St. Louis 1994).

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EINAR DIAZ

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FULL NAME: Einar Antonio Diaz BORN: December 28, 1972 2016 OPENING DAY AGE: 43 BIRTHPLACE/RESIDENCE: Born in Chiriqui, Panama and resides in Ellenton, FL MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: Enters his fourth year as a Major League coach with the Orioles. Spent 11 seasons in the Major Leagues as a player with five teams (Cleveland 1996-02, Texas 2003, Montreal 2004, St. Louis 2005, Los Angeles-NL 2006).

MANAGER & COACHES

COACHING CAREER

2016 ORIOLES

Enters his fourth year on the Orioles Major League coaching staff...Is in his ninth year in the organization...Assists in all aspects of Orioles coaching...Previously served as the Orioles Assistant Hitting Coach from 2013-15...After starting his coaching career in 2008 as a field coach with the Gulf Coast League Orioles and Aberdeen IronBirds, Diaz managed the Rookie-level Bluefield Orioles in 2009 and 2010...He served as a field Coach for Double-A Bowie in 2011 and with Class-A Delmarva in 2012 before being added to the Major League staff prior to the 2013 season.

PLAYING CAREER

2015 IN REVIEW

Played in 673 games over 11 Major League seasons for the Indians, Dodgers, Rangers, Expos, and Cardinals…Batted .254 (523-2061) with 21 home runs and 202 RBI in the Major Leagues…Was on Cleveland’s roster for the ALDS in 1998, 1999, and 2001, as well as the ALCS roster in 1998, and was on St. Louis’ roster for the NLDS in 2005...Had a careerhigh five hits May 5, 2000 at Toronto…Made his Major League debut on September 9, 1999 against California and recorded his first Major League hit, a double off Tim Belcher on September 19, 1997 at Kansas City…Hit his first home run September 9, 1998 at Toronto off Woody Williams…Was named to Baseball Digest’s 1999 Major League Rookie All-Star Team…Was a South Atlantic League All-Star in 1994 and a 1998 International League All-Star.

OPPONENTS

Has three children - Tony, Alexis, and Christian.

MINOR LEAGUES

COACHING TIMELINE 2008 2008 2011 2012 2013-15 2016-present

PERSONAL

Field coach, Gulf Coast League Orioles, Gulf Coast League, Rookie (Orioles) Field coach, Aberdeen Ironbirds, New York-Penn League, A (Orioles) Field coach, Bowie Baysox, Eastern League, AA (Orioles) Field coach, Delmarva Shorebirds, South Atlantic League, A (Orioles) Assistant Hitting Coach, Baltimore Orioles Major League Coach, Baltimore Orioles

RECORDS & HISTORY

MANAGERIAL RECORD Year Class Club League 2009 A Bluefield Appalachian 2010 A Bluefield Appalachian TOTALS

W-L 33-35 23-45 56-80

Pct .485 .338 .412

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BOBBY DICKERSON

PLAYING CAREER

Was drafted in the 23rd round of the 1987 First-Year Player Draft by the New York Yankees out of Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, LA…Inducted into the Nicholls State University Athletics Hall of Fame in 2015...Played seven seasons in the minor leagues with the Yankees and Orioles, batting .236 with 13 homers and 159 RBI in 437 games…Played for Buck Showalter from 1987-89 in the Yankees farm system…Was a teammate of NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders in 1987 with Class-A Fort Lauderdale.

MANAGER & COACHES 2016 ORIOLES 2015 IN REVIEW

MANAGERIAL/COACHING CAREER

Enters his fourth year as a Major League coach after spending 20 years as a minor league manager, coach, or instructor…Spent the 2010-12 seasons as the Orioles Minor League Infield Coordinator before being promoted to the Major League staff…Spent time during the 2010 season as interim manager of the Triple-A Norfolk Tides (from June 4-end of the season), managing the club to a 43-46 record…Served as a minor league coach and manager for the Orioles for five seasons from 1993-97…Served as a player-coach at Triple-A Rochester in 1993 before becoming the infield instructor in 1994…In addition to his duties as the minor league infield instructor, Dickerson managed Rookie-level Bluefield to Appalachian League championships in 1996 and 1997…Became the infield coordinator for the Arizona Diamondbacks organization in 1998…Was named Arizona’s Minor League Field Coordinator in 1999 before being named the manager of the Double-A El Paso club in 2000…Returned to the infield instructor position for Arizona in 2001…Joined the Chicago Cubs in 2002 for a four-year stint as manager of the DoubleA West Tenn Diamond Jaxx, where he went 291-264, reaching the postseason twice…Served as interim manager for 11 games for Triple-A Iowa in 2006 and became the full-time manager for Iowa in 2009…Was the Cubs Minor League Infield and Bunting Coordinator from 2006-08…Following the 2009 season he managed the Mexicali club in the Mexican Winter League to a playoff berth…Served as manager for Mesa in the 2002 Arizona Fall League.

OPPONENTS

FULL NAME: Bobby Dale Dickerson BORN: September 4, 1965 2016 OPENING DAY AGE: 50 BIRTHPLACE/RESIDENCE: Born and resides in Laurel, MS MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: Enters his fourth season as a Major League coach with the Orioles after 20 years as a minor league manager, coach, or instructor in the Orioles, Cubs, and Diamondbacks organizations.

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THIRD BASE COACH

RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK

Player/Coach, Rochester Red Wings, International League, AAA (Orioles) Minor League Infield Instructor (Orioles) Manager, Bluefield Orioles, Appalachian League, R (Orioles) Minor League Infield Coordinator (Diamondbacks) Minor League Field Coordinator, (Diamondbacks) Manager, El Paso Diablos, Texas League, AA (Diamondbacks) Minor League Infield Instructor (Diamondbacks) Manager, West Tenn Diamond Jaxx, Southern League, AA (Cubs) Interim Manager, Iowa Cubs, Pacific Coast League, AAA (Cubs) Minor League Infield/Bunting Coordinator (Cubs) Manager, Iowa Cubs, Pacific Coast League, AAA (Cubs) Interim Manager, Norfolk Tides, International League, AAA (Orioles) Minor League Infield Coordinator, Baltimore Orioles Third Base Coach, Baltimore Orioles

MEDIA

COACHING TIMELINE 1993 1994-97 1996-97 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002-05 2006 2006-08 2009 2010 2010-12 2013-present

MINOR LEAGUES

PERSONAL

Resides in Laurel, MS with his wife, Christine, and their children, Ashley and Dustin.

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BOBBY DICKERSON

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MANAGERIAL RECORD YEAR CLASS CLUB

LEAGUE

MANAGER & COACHES

1996 R Bluefield Appalachian 1997 R Bluefield Appalachian 2000 AA El Paso Texas 2002 AA West Tenn Southern 2003 AA West Tenn Southern 2004 AA West Tenn Southern 2005 AA West Tenn Southern 2006* AAA Iowa Pacific Coast 2009 AAA Iowa Pacific Coast 2010* AAA Norfolk International TOTALS * served as interim manager

W-L

42-26 40-29 74-66 73-67 65-73 70-68 83-56 6-5 72-72 43-46 568-508

PCT

.618 .580 .529 .521 .471 .507 .597 .545 .500 .483 .528

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PLAYING CAREER YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS 1987 Oneonta .278 8 18 4 5 1 0 1 4 2 1 1 0 1987 Fort Lauderdale .196 23 56 6 11 5 0 0 3 4 14 0 0 1988 Fort Lauderdale .246 85 305 29 75 21 0 2 42 5 50 1 0 1989 Albany-Colonie .255 21 55 8 14 2 0 1 5 0 12 1 0 1989 Columbus .185 24 65 8 12 4 0 0 5 2 15 0 1 1990 Albany-Colonie .220 58 182 20 40 8 2 1 17 7 29 0 0 1991 Hagerstown .238 90 302 34 72 12 4 1 36 9 44 2 0 1991 Rochester .333 2 6 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1992 Rochester .241 86 249 28 60 7 3 4 29 11 43 1 3 1993 Rochester .250 40 88 12 22 3 1 3 18 4 18 0 1 MINOR LEAGUE TOTALS .236 437 1326 149 313 64 10 13 159 44 227 6 5

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK MEDIA

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WAYNE KIRBY

MANAGER & COACHES

COACHING CAREER

Kirby enters his sixth season as the Orioles First Base Coach…Spent five seasons (2006-10) with the Texas Rangers as the organization’s outfield and baserunning coordinator…Kirby was a member of Cleveland’s player development staff in the four years (2002-05) before joining Texas…He began his coaching career in 2002 as a coach for Class-A Lake County, then was a coach for Class A-Advanced Kinston in 2004…Kirby spent 2005 as the hitting coach for Double-A Akron before joining Texas in 2006.

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FULL NAME: Wayne Leonard Kirby BORN: January 22, 1964 2016 OPENING DAY AGE: 52 BIRTHPLACE/RESIDENCE: Born in Williamsburg, VA and resides in Las Vegas, NV MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: Enters his sixth season as a Major League coach. Spent eight seasons in the Major Leagues as a player with three teams (Indians 1991-96, Dodgers 1996-97, and Mets 1998).

ORIOLES REACH

FIRST BASE COACH

Hitting Coach, Burlington Indians, Appalachian League, Rookie (Indians) Hitting Coach, Lake County Captains, South Atlantic League, A (Indians) Hitting Coach, Kinston Indians, Carolina League, A (Indians) Hitting Coach, Akron Aeros, Eastern League, AA (Indians) Minor League Outfield and Baserunning Coordinator, Texas Rangers First Base Coach, Baltimore Orioles

OPPONENTS MEDIA

ORIOLE PARK

RECORDS & HISTORY

COACHING TIMELINE 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006-10 2011-present

MINOR LEAGUES

PERSONAL

Kirby and his wife, Cara, reside in Las Vegas, NV with their daughters, Caylee and Cabria, and their son, Caden…His younger brother, Terry, played 10 seasons in the NFL (1993-2002) for Miami, San Francisco, Cleveland, and Oakland.

2015 IN REVIEW

PLAYING CAREER

Selected in the 13th round of the 1983 First-Year Player Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers, and played professionally for 18 seasons…Spent six seasons with the Cleveland Indians (1991-96), batting .256 with 13 home runs and 104 RBI in 379 games…Was claimed off waivers by the Dodgers on June 24, 1996 and batted .245 in 111 games with Los Angeles through 1997…Batted .200 in 15 postseason at-bats for American League pennant-winner Cleveland in 1995 and Los Angeles in 1996…Led American League outfielders with 19 assists in 1993 (13 in right field, four in center field, and two in left field)…Recorded his first Major League hit September 17, 1991 with an RBI-double off Detroit’s Walt Terrell that plated Jim Thome at Cleveland Stadium…Hit his first Major League home run on September 15, 1992 off Duane Ward at SkyDome in Toronto…Had the game-winning hit in the 11th inning in the first game at Jacobs Field, April 4, 1994 vs. Seattle.

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WAYNE KIRBY

ORIOLES REACH MANAGER & COACHES 2016 ORIOLES 2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY

PLAYING CAREER YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 1977 Ft. Lauderdale .362 56 196 32 71 8 1 1 25 36 13 4 1983 Dodgers .292 60 216 43 63 7 1 0 13 34 19 23 1984 Great Falls .310 20 84 43 26 2 2 1 11 12 9 19 Vero Beach .272 76 224 - 61 6 3 0 - - - - Bakersfield .274 23 84 14 23 3 0 0 10 4 5 8 1985 Vero Beach .281 122 437 70 123 9 3 0 28 41 41 31 1986 Vero Beach .261 114 387 60 101 9 4 2 31 37 30 28 1987 Bakersfield .269 105 416 77 112 14 3 0 34 49 41 56 San Antonio .238 24 80 7 19 1 2 1 9 4 7 6 1988 Bakersfield .277 12 47 12 13 0 1 0 4 11 4 9 San Antonio .240 100 334 50 80 9 2 0 21 21 42 26 1989 San Antonio .214 44 140 14 30 3 1 0 7 18 17 11 Albuquerque .342 78 310 62 106 18 8 0 30 26 27 29 1990 Albuquerque .278 119 342 56 95 14 5 0 30 28 36 29 1991 Colorado Spr. .294 118 385 66 113 14 4 1 39 34 36 29 CLEVELAND .209 21 43 4 9 2 0 0 5 2 6 1 1992 Colorado Spr. .345 123 470 101 162 18 16 11 74 36 28 51 CLEVELAND .167 21 18 9 3 1 0 1 1 3 2 0 1993 Charlotte .289 17 76 10 22 6 2 3 7 3 10 4 CLEVELAND .269 131 458 71 123 19 5 6 60 37 58 17 1994 CLEVELAND .293 78 191 33 56 6 0 5 23 13 30 11 1995 CLEVELAND .207 101 188 29 39 10 2 1 14 13 32 10 1996 CLEVELAND .250 27 16 3 4 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 LOS ANGELES .271 65 188 23 51 10 1 1 11 17 17 4 1996 1997 Albuquerque .335 68 269 57 90 16 5 10 43 26 33 18 LOS ANGELES .169 46 65 6 11 2 0 0 4 10 12 0 1996 1998 Memphis .282 58 227 36 64 15 3 5 32 15 33 10 Norfolk .309 42 162 32 50 8 3 5 23 21 18 11 NEW YORK .194 26 31 5 6 0 1 0 0 1 9 1 1999 Las Vegas .300 66 160 29 48 7 3 10 31 28 36 2 2000 Rochester .284 129 507 76 144 24 11 6 60 46 61 10 2001 Solano .267 35 131 21 35 8 0 4 18 19 17 5 MINOR LG. TOTALS .288 1553 5488 912 1580 211 82 59 555 513 550 415 ML TOTALS .252 516 1198 183 302 51 9 14 119 98 168 44 DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS 1995 CLE vs. BOS .100 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1996 LAD vs. ATL .125 3 8 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 TOTALS .222 6 9 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS 1995 CLE vs. SEA .200 5 5 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 TOTALS .200 5 5 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 WORLD SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS 1995 CLE vs. ATL .000 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 TOTALS .000 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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MARK QUINN

COACHING CAREER

MANAGER & COACHES

FULL NAME: Mark David Quinn BORN: May 21, 1974 2016 OPENING DAY AGE: 41 BIRTHPLACE/RESIDENCE: Born in La Mirada, CA and resides in Houston, TX MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: Enters his first season as the Orioles Assistant Hitting Coach.

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ASSISTANT HITTING COACH

2015 IN REVIEW

PLAYING CAREER

Played four seasons with the Kansas City Royals from 1999-2002…On September 14, 1999, became the third player to hit two home runs in his Major League debut, and is currently one of four players to accomplish the feat…Earned The Sporting News American League Rookie Player of the Year honors in 2000 as well as a spot on the 2000 Topps All-Star Rookie Team …Over 11 minor league seasons, he batted .306/.376/.505 with 101 homers and 469 RBI in 675 games…Led the Double-A Texas League with a .349 batting average in 1998 as a member of the Wichita Wranglers, won the Triple-A Pacific Coast League batting crown in 1999 after hitting .360 with the Omaha Golden Spikes, and was also named the PCL Rookie of the Year in 1999…Originally selected by the Royals in the 11th round of the 1995 FirstYear Player Draft out of Rice University…Inducted into the Rice Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007 after earning two All-SWC (Southwest Conference) accolades in 1994 and 1995…Earned All-America honors and the Rice University Dell Morgan MVP award in 1995, leading the Owls in batting average (.380), home runs (18), hits (95), and RBI (89) that season.

2016 ORIOLES

Enters his first season as the Orioles Assistant Hitting Coach after being named to the position on January 7, 2016.

MINOR LEAGUES MEDIA

PLAYING CAREER YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB 1995 Spokane .284 44 162 28 46 12 2 6 37 15 28 0 1996 Lansing .302 113 437 63 132 23 3 9 71 43 54 14 1997 Wilmington .308 87 299 51 92 22 3 16 71 42 47 3 Wichita .375 26 96 26 36 13 0 2 19 15 19 1 1998 Wichita .349 100 372 82 130 26 6 16 84 43 54 4 1999 Omaha .360 107 428 67 154 27 0 25 84 28 69 7 KANSAS CITY  .333 17 60 11 20 4 1 6 18 4 11 1 2000 Omaha .377 13 61 8 23 5 0 3 13 0 8 0 KANSAS CITY  .294 135 500 76 147 33 2 20 78 35 91 5 2001 Omaha .186 11 43 4 8 1 0 2 3 0 9 0 KANSAS CITY  .269 118 453 57 122 31 2 17 60 12 69 9 2002 Wichita .250 2 8 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 Omaha .179 12 39 4 7 2 1 0 2 4 7 0 KANSAS CITY  .237 23 76 9 18 4 0 2 11 5 15 2 2003 Portland .272 55 180 28 49 13 0 8 29 24 36 0 Durham .167 15 60 7 10 3 1 0 3 3 17 0 2004 Memphis .218 24 87 10 19 3 0 3 11 9 15 0 2006 Birmingham .264 63 235 28 62 15 0 11 40 23 41 1 Charlotte .000 3 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 MINOR LG. TOTALS .306 675 2515 406 770 166 16 101 469 250 406 30 ML TOTALS  .282  293  1089  153  307  72  5  45  167  56  186  17

RECORDS & HISTORY

Assistant Hitting Coach, Baltimore Orioles

ORIOLE PARK

COACHING TIMELINE 2016-present

OPPONENTS

PERSONAL

Founded the Houston Royals, a “Select Team” organization…Owns The Baseball School in Houston, TX, an elite instruction facility which provides baseball players of all ages with a foundation of proper fundamentals…Married, his wife’s name is Breyn.

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JOHN RUSSELL

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FULL NAME: John William Russell BORN: January 5, 1961 2016 OPENING DAY AGE: 55 BIRTHPLACE/RESIDENCE: Born in Oklahoma City, OK and resides in Bradenton, FL MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: Enters his sixth season with the Orioles and his 12th as a Major League coach or manager (managed the Pirates for three years from 2008-10). Spent all or parts of 10 years in the Major Leagues as a player from 1984-1993.

MANAGERIAL/COACHING CAREER

2016 ORIOLES 2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS

Begins his 21st season in professional baseball as a coach or a manager and his 12th season in the Major Leagues (ninth as a coach, three as a manager)…The 2012 postseason was Russell’s first trip to the Major League playoffs as a player, coach, or manager…Russell spent the 2008-10 seasons as manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates, compiling a 186-299 record (119-124 at home, 67-175 on the road)…Prior to being named manager of the Pirates on November 5, 2007, Russell had served the previous two seasons as manager of Philadelphia’s Triple-A affiliate (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in 2006 and Ottawa in 2007)...He was named International League Manager of the Year after guiding Scranton/WilkesBarre to an 84-58 record and the Northern Division title in 2006…For his efforts in 2006, he served as manager at the 2007 International League All-Star Game…From 2003-05, Russell served as the Pirates Third Base Coach and Major League catching instructor…Began his career as a manager in the Minnesota organization, where his teams posted five winning seasons in his eight years…He was named 2002 Minor League Manager of the Year and “Best Managerial Prospect” by Baseball America after his Edmonton club captured the Pacific Coast League crown…Russell was also tabbed as the Eastern League’s “Top Managerial Prospect” by Baseball America after guiding the New Britain club to an 81-58 record and a first place finish in 1998…In 10 seasons as a minor league manager, Russell compiled a 666-667 record and three division championships…In addition to his managerial career, Russell also led the Phoenix Desert Dogs to a 25-19 record and a second place finish in the Arizona Fall League in 2002 and was managing Peoria in 2007 when he was named manager of the Pirates…Russell managed in Venezuela during the 2006 offseason and led the Maracaibo club to the playoffs for the first time in six years.

PLAYING CAREER

MINOR LEAGUES

Originally selected by the Phillies in the first round (No. 13 overall) of the 1982 First-Year Player Draft, the former catcher made his Major League debut for the Phillies on June 24, 1984 (as a left fielder) at Pittsburgh and recorded his first hit, a single off Larry McWilliams, that evening…He hit his first Major League home run on June 25, 1984 off New York’s Ron Darling…Played in a total of 448 big league games with Philadelphia (1984-88), Atlanta (1988), and Texas (1990-93), and caught Nolan Ryan’s sixth career no-hitter on June 11, 1990…Primarily a catcher, Russell also made appearances at first base, third base, and in left and right field.

PERSONAL

RECORDS & HISTORY

Married to Jamie...Has three sons; Brooks, Steel, and Stone...Brooks graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and is pursuing an acting career in New York City...Steel was drafted as a catcher by the Orioles in the 32nd round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft out of Midland (TX) Community College…Russell is a 1979 graduate of Norman (OK) High School, where he lettered in baseball, football, and basketball...Also played three seasons of baseball at the University of Oklahoma…Was a member of 1981 USA College All-Star team and held records at Oklahoma for homers in a season (20) and career (48) at the time of graduation.

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a- Won division playoff, lost league championship series b- Won league championship series 3-1 over Salt Lake c- Lost in division playoff round, 3-1

AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB .202 77 263 26 53 10 5 6 30 23 84 3 .254 128 445 71 113 23 3 27 76 42 109 3 .289 93 350 75 101 22 5 19 77 44 91 1 .283 39 99 11 28 8 1 2 11 12 33 0 .306 16 49 8 15 2 2 4 11 13 15 0 .218 81 216 22 4 12 0 9 23 18 72 2 .241 93 315 35 76 21 2 13 60 25 103 0 .203 44 143 15 29 6 1 7 24 22 37 2 .145 24 62 5 9 1 0 3 8 3 17 0 .288 110 394 50 90 18 0 13 52 29 108 4 .245 22 49 5 12 1 0 2 4 3 15 0 .182 74 159 14 29 2 0 2 9 8 53 0 .409 6 22 7 9 4 0 2 6 2 3 0 .273 68 128 16 35 4 0 2 8 11 41 1 .111 22 27 3 3 0 0 0 1 1 7 0 .258 46 163 26 42 11 0 10 27 17 42 0 .100 7 10 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 4 0 .227 18 22 1 5 1 0 1 3 2 10 0 .247 520 1829 278 452 96 16 86 303 192 489 13 .225 448 1087 113 245 50 3 34 129 84 355 3

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PLAYING CAREER YEAR CLUB 1982 Reading 1983 Portland 1984 Portland PHILADELPHIA 1985 Portland PHILADELPHIA 1986 PHILADELPHIA 1987 Maine PHILADELPHIA 1988 Maine PHILADELPHIA 1989 ATLANTA 1990 Oklahoma City TEXAS 1991 TEXAS 1992 Tulsa TEXAS 1993 TEXAS MINOR LG. TOTALS ML TOTALS

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L PCT 31 .516 58 .577 58 .583 59 .585 82 .418 91 .359 83 .420 59 .579 58 .592 88 .385 95 .414 99 .385 105 .352 667 .499 299 .384

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W 33 79 81 83 59 51 60 81 84 55 67 62 57 666 186

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MANAGERIAL RECORD YEAR CLUB LEAGUE 1995 Elizabethton Appalachian 1996 Fort Myers Florida State 1997 Fort Myers Florida State 1998 New Britain Eastern 1999 New Britain Eastern 2000 New Britain Eastern 2001 Edmonton Pacific Coast 2002 Edmonton Pacific Coast 2006 Scranton/W-B International 2007 Ottawa International 2008 PITTSBURGH National 2009 PITTSBURGH National 2010 PITTSBURGH National MINOR LG. TOTALS ML TOTALS

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COACHING TIMELINE 1994 Player/Coach, Oklahoma City 89ers, American Association, AAA (Rangers) 1995 Manager, Elizabethton Twins, Appalachian League, Rookie (Twins) 1996-97 Manager, Fort Myers Miracle, Florida State League, A (Twins) 1998-2000 Manager, New Britain Rock Cats, Eastern league, AA (Twins) 2001-02 Manager, Edmonton Trappers, Pacific Coast League, AAA (Twins) 2003-05 Third Base Coach, Pittsburgh Pirates 2006 Manager, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RedBarons, International League, AAA (Phillies) 2007 Manager, Ottawa Lynx, International League, AAA (Phillies) 2008-10 Manager, Pittsburgh Pirates 2011 Third Base Coach/Bench Coach, Baltimore Orioles 2012-present Bench Coach, Baltimore Orioles

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FULL NAME: David William Wallace BORN: September 7, 1947 2016 OPENING DAY AGE: 68 BIRTHPLACE/RESIDENCE: Born in Waterbury, CT and resides in Wrentham, MA MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: Entering his 13th year as a Major League pitching coach and third with the Orioles. Appeared in 13 Major League games over three seasons with Philadelphia (1973-74) and Toronto (1978).

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Enters his third year as the Orioles Pitching Coach…2016 marks his 36th season in professional baseball as a coach, instructor, or front office executive…Prior to joining the Orioles in 2014, he spent the previous four seasons as the minor league pitching coordinator for the Atlanta Braves…The Orioles are his fifth Major League club as he also served as the pitching coach for the Houston Astros in 2007, the Boston Red Sox from 2003-06, the New York Mets from 1999-2000, and the Los Angeles Dodgers from 1995-97…Helped the Red Sox to the 2004 World Series championship and the 2000 Mets to a National League title…Wallace spent 20 years in the Dodgers organization from 1981-97 and 2001-03...He spent his final three seasons in Los Angeles as the Senior Vice President of Baseball Operations, overseeing the club’s minor league operations and consulting on Major League Baseball operations.

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The right-hander made 13 Major League appearances with Philadelphia (1973-74) and Toronto (1978)…Also appeared in 363 minor league games (34 starts) from 1970-86, going 48-37 with a 4.13 ERA (327 ER/712.2 IP)…Appeared in four games for Albuquerque in 1984 and 1986 while serving as the team’s pitching coach…Signed by the Phillies as a free agent in 1969.

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A graduate of the University of New Haven in 1969 with a degree in business administration, Wallace went 24-6 in college and helped UNH to the NAIA Eastern Regional Championship and a spot in the 1966 national tournament…Wallace and his wife, Joyce, reside in Wrentham, MA. COACHING TIMELINE 1981-82 1983 1984-86 1987-94 1995-97 1998 1999-2000 2001 2001-03 2003-06 2007 2008-09 2010-13 2014-present

Pitching Coach, Vero Beach Dodgers, Florida State League, A (Dodgers) Pitching Coach, San Antonio Dodgers, Texas League, AA (Dodgers) Pitching Coach, Albuquerque Dukes, Pacific Coast League, AAA (Dodgers) Minor League Pitching Instructor, Los Angeles Dodgers Pitching Coach, Los Angeles Dodgers Special Assistant to the General Manager, New York Mets Pitching Coach, New York Mets Interim General Manager, Los Angeles Dodgers Senior Vice President of Baseball Operations, Los Angeles Dodgers Pitching Coach, Boston Red Sox Pitching Coach, Houston Astros Special Assistant to the General Manager, Seattle Mariners Minor League Pitching Coordinator, Atlanta Braves Pitching Coach, Baltimore Orioles

ORIOLES PITCHING COACHES Coach Years Seasons Harry Brecheen 1954-67 14 George Bamberger 1968-77 10 Ray Miller 1978-85, 1997, 2004-05 9 Mark Wiley 1987, 2001-04 4 1/2 Dick Bosman 1992-94 3 Al Jackson 1989-91 3 Rick Kranitz 2008-10 3 Rick Adair 2011-13 2 1/2

Coach Years Seasons Mike Flanagan 1995, 1998 2 Leo Mazzone 2006-07 2 Dave Wallace 2014-present 2 Ken Rowe 1985-86 1 1/2 Sammy Ellis 2000 1 Bruce Kison 1999 1 Herm Starrette 1988 1 Mark Connor 2011 1/2

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RICHARD BANCELLS MS, LAT, ATC HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER

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In 2005, the Orioles created the Ralph Salvon-Richie Bancells Award for Excellence in the Field of Emergency Medical Service, to be given to local area medical professionals who think and act quickly, and demonstrate excellence in the wake of an emergency medical situation. Bancells was honored as the first recipient for his actions in diagnosing and promptly treating a stroke suffered by Orioles coach Elrod Hendricks, minutes before the team was to board a flight home from Tampa Bay earlier in the 2005 season. A native of Key West, Fla., Bancells graduated from Miami’s Biscayne College (now St. Thomas University) in 1978. He earned a Master of Science degree in physical education from Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, Ky., in 1981 and was honored by EKU as a distinguished alumnus (along with assistant athletic trainer Brian Ebel) in 1999. He is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and is a licensed athletic trainer in Maryland and Florida. Bancells and his wife, the former Carol Corcoran, were married on June 10, 1978. They have three children: Christopher, Andrea, and Timothy, and a grandson, Ryan (son of Christopher). The Bancells live in Parkton, Md.

ORIOLES HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINERS Ralph Salvon (1968-1987)

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Richie Bancells (1988-present)

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Following the 2011 season, Bancells and his assistant, Brian Ebel, were named the 2011 Major League Baseball Athletic Training Staff of the Year by PBATS. Bancells has been selected as the athletic trainer for the American League team in two All-Star games, in 1993 at Oriole Park and in 2004 at Houston’s Minute Maid Park. In November 2002, he served as the athletic trainer for the Major League Baseball All-Stars postseason exhibition tour in Japan. In the winter of 1996, Bancells was invited to Japan to speak to a group of Japanese athletic trainers and physicians.

OPPONENTS

Bancells served as President of the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society (PBATS) from 2007-13 and previously served as a board member and treasurer for the organization, as well as secretary of PBATS’ Executive Committee. He also currently sits on Major League Baseball’s Medical Advisory Committee and is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine.

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Bancells joined the Orioles organization in 1977 as an assistant athletic trainer for the Miami Orioles (Class-A, Florida State League). He served as the head athletic trainer for the Bluefield Orioles (Appalachian Rookie League) in 1978-79 before moving up to Triple-A Rochester in 1980. He served four years as the Red Wings Athletic Trainer/Road Secretary (1980-83). During that time, he also assisted Ralph Salvon during the Orioles Spring Training camp in Miami. He became Savlon’s assistant trainer in 1984, serving four years before becoming head trainer in 1988, as Salvon took over the assistant title before his untimely passing in July of that year.

RECORDS & HISTORY

Bancells is in his 29th season as the Orioles Head Athletic Trainer, his 33rd year with the big league club, and his 40th in the Orioles organization. Only the third Head Athletic Trainer in the 62 seasons since the Orioles moved from St. Louis in 1954, he has the longest tenure of anyone to work as an Athletic Trainer in the Orioles organization. In 2011, Bancells received the Herb Armstrong Award, which honors non-uniformed club personnel for their significant contribution to the ballclub, the community, and the sport of baseball. Bancells was inducted into the Maryland Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame in 2008.

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Born: November 11, 1955

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BRIAN EBEL MBA, LAT, ATC ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER Born: December 26, 1965

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Ebel is in his 20th season as the Orioles Assistant Athletic Trainer. He was named to his current position on October 30, 1996. This is Ebel’s 32nd season as part of the Orioles’ training staff. Following the 2011 season, Ebel and head athletic trainer Richie Bancells were named the 2011 Major League Baseball Athletic Training Staff of the Year by PBATS. In 2012, Ebel received the PBATS President’s Distinguished Service Award for his work on Electronic Medical Records. Following the 2011 season, Ebel was selected as the athletic trainer for the Major League Baseball All-Star Tour of Taiwan.

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The Eastern Kentucky University graduate began his athletic training career in Bluefield in 1985 at the age of 19, serving as the head athletic trainer for the Orioles’ rookie league farm club during summer breaks from college. He moved up to Class-A Erie in 1988 and then served three seasons as the athletic trainer of the Orioles then Double-A affiliate in Hagerstown before being promoted to the post of minor league medical coordinator, where he served from 1992 through the 1996 season.

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Prior to being named to his current position, Ebel assisted at the Orioles’ Spring Training camp for four seasons and was also the athletic trainer for the Scottsdale Scorpions of the Arizona Fall League in 1994 and the St. Petersburg Pelicans of the Senior Professional Baseball Association in 1989 and 1990. Ebel is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association and is a licensed athletic trainer in Maryland and Florida. Brian is an active member of the American College of Sports Medicine and the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society (PBATS). He served on the board of PBATS from 1999-2005 as the American League Assistant Athletic Trainer Representative. Ebel received scholarships for academic excellence from PBATS in 1985 and Eastern Kentucky University in 1986. In 1999, he was honored (along with head athletic trainer Richie Bancells) by EKU as a distinguished alumnus.

OPPONENTS

In 2008, Brian was named to Major League Baseball’s steering committee for Electronic Medical Records. He has been a member of MLB’s Medical Advisory Board since May of 2003 and in 2010 was appointed to serve on MLB’s Injury Surveillance System (ISS) committee. He served as the athletic trainer for the American League at the 2007 All-Star Game in San Francisco. He also served on the Board of Directors for the United Cerebral Palsy of Central Maryland (UCP) from 2003-10.

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Ebel holds an Master of Business Administration degree in medical services management from The Johns Hopkins University. In the winter of 2004, he served as an Administrative Resident in the Department of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in addition to his Orioles duties. He has authored or co-authored research papers and book chapters on shoulder and elbow injuries as it relates to the throwing motion by professional athletes, and has lectured on elbow and core injury rehabilitation. In May of 2012, he was awarded a United States patent for an orthopedic device for the foot to aid in the treatment of Plantar Fasciitis and heel pain.

RECORDS & HISTORY

Ebel grew up in Versailles, Ind. and has two sons, Brady and Brett. He lives in Baltimore.

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JOSEPH HOGARTY STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH

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His uncle, William Hogarty, was a former draft pick of the Washington Senators (1955).

JETT RUIZ BATTING PRACTICE PITCHER/BULLPEN CATCHER Born: February 19, 1986

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Hogarty is a 2001 graduate of Bridgewater State University with a degree in physical education (athletic training). In addition to his baseball duties, Hogarty has spent time in sports medicine and strength and conditioning roles at Northeastern University (Mass.) and at the United States Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, N.Y.

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Hogarty enters his seventh season as the Orioles Major League Strength and Conditioning Coach and his 13th in the Baltimore organization. Prior to joining the Major League staff, he spent the previous two seasons (2008-09) as the Orioles Minor League Strength and Conditioning Coordinator and four years (2004-07) as the strength and conditioning coach with the Orioles Triple-A affiliates at Norfolk and Ottawa. Hogarty began his professional career in 2003 as an athletic training and strength and conditioning intern for the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox.

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Born: November 28, 1977

Born: February 16, 1958 Guth enters his fourth year with the Orioles and his 29th year in professional baseball as he has also worked with the Yankees, Diamondbacks, and Rangers organizations. From 2002-12, Guth served the Texas Rangers organization as the manager of minor league complex operations, where he oversaw the minor league equipment needs and daily operations of Texas’ complex in Surprise, Ariz. After nine years as the Yankees Minor League Equipment Manager from 1987-95, Guth joined the expansion Arizona Diamondbacks as their minor league equipment manager during the 1996-97 seasons when they had only minor league teams prior to the expansion draft. When the Diamondbacks joined the National League in 1998, Guth was named their equipment manager, a position he held for three seasons.

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A Miami native, and graduate of Palmetto (Fla.) High School, Guth and his wife, Lesa, have two sons - Jason and Ryan.

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Ruiz attended Boston College from 2004-08, where he was a catcher/first baseman. After his collegiate career, he played two years (2009-10) for the Kalamazoo Kings of the Independent Frontier League. Following his playing career, Ruiz coached 12-13 year-old travel baseball teams in San Diego County. Growing up in San Diego, Ruiz was a travel ball teammate of Orioles outfielder Adam Jones.

OPPONENTS

Ruiz enters his third season as a batting practice pitcher and bullpen catcher for the Orioles.

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JIM TYLER UMPIRE’S ATTENDANT Born: July 4, 1948

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Jim Tyler begins his 55th year working for the Orioles and his fourth season as the umpire’s attendant. Tyler ran the home clubhouse from 1979 to 2012 after serving seven years as the visiting clubhouse manager. He began working in the Orioles clubhouse in 1962. Born and raised in Baltimore, he is a graduate of Baltimore City College High School, located across the street from Memorial Stadium, where the Orioles played for 39 years. Jim is one of 11 children, including a twin brother, Phil, who also worked for the Orioles in the past.

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Jim has two children, Lauren and Joshua, and three grandchildren: Luke, Tessa, Jack.

FRED TYLER VISITING CLUBHOUSE MANAGER

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Born: September 20, 1960

OPPONENTS

Fred Tyler has overseen the visitors’ clubhouse since 1984. He began working around the clubhouse as a teenager, assisting his brother, Jim. In addition to assisting with the equipment and clubhouse needs during Spring Training, Fred also accompanies the Orioles on some of their road trips during the season. Tyler played baseball at Bel Air (Md.) High School, Harford Community College, and Towson University. As a senior at Bel Air High, Fred was named the All-Harford County shortstop, while the All-Harford County pitcher that year was an Aberdeen High School right-handed pitcher named Cal Ripken, Jr. Tyler lives in Arnold, Md. with Debbie Duffy and their son, Sean Duffy Tyler.

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KEVIN BUCK DIRECTOR OF TEAM TRAVEL Born: October 28, 1981

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Buck enters his eighth year of handling team travel arrangements and accommodations. Buck began traveling with the club in 2009 and handles all aspects of team travel and ticketing for road games. Buck joined the Orioles in 2003 as a part-time employee in the Sales and Fan Services department. In 2005, he became a full-time new sales representative and worked with Season Plan Members and group events for two years before taking a position as a market research manager in 2007. In 2009, Buck was named coordinator of team travel to assist legendary Orioles Traveling Secretary Phil Itzoe, and spent the season handling the Orioles travel and ticket needs. A native of Cockeysville, Md., Buck has spent the majority of his life in the Baltimore area. A lifetime Orioles fan, he grew up playing baseball in Cockeysville and attended Dulaney High School before graduating in 1999 and enrolling at the University of Richmond. He graduated from UR with a degree in marketing and communications in 2003, and immediately began working for the Orioles. Buck, and his wife, Cassandra, reside in Baltimore.

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McFadyen begins her 10th season as the Orioles Head Groundskeeper. She returned to the Orioles organization in November of 2006 after a three-year absence, becoming just the second woman ever to serve as the head groundskeeper with a Major League team. McFadyen and Heather Nabozny, who has been with the Detroit Tigers since 1999, are the only female head groundskeepers in Major League Baseball. According to the Sports Turf Managers Association, there have been approximately 10 women who have held the position of head groundskeeper in the history of professional baseball. After serving as the Orioles’ Assistant Head Groundskeeper from 2001 through 2003, McFadyen spent three seasons (20042006) as the head groundskeeper for the Eastern League’s Trenton Thunder, Double-A affiliate of the New York Yankees. She was the first female head groundskeeper in Eastern League history when she was named to that post in February of 2004, and twice was runner-up for the Eastern League’s top groundskeeping award. In 2006, the Thunder honored her with a bobblehead, depicting her riding a tractor. In February of 2016, McFadyen was named the recipient of the Mary Pickersgill Award for Women’s Leadership in Business by The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House. Established in 2012, the award honors a woman who demonstrates leadership in her community, exemplifies innovation in her chosen field, and has the power to inspire others. A native of New Castle, Del., McFadyen graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in agriculture. She worked for several golf courses in Delaware and with the University of Delaware’s Research and Education Center, testing new herbicides, prior to joining the Orioles in 2001 as the assistant head groundskeeper. McFadyen and her husband, Dan, reside in Eldersburg, Md. with their son, Tyson.

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Coach Seasons Years Elrod Hendricks 28 1978-2005 Terry Crowley 16 1985-88, 1999-2010 Cal Ripken, Sr. 15 1976-86, 1989-92 Harry Brecheen 14 1954-67 Bill Hunter-a 14 1964-77 Ray Miller-b 11 1978-85, 1997, 2004-05 Sam Perlozzo-c 10 1996-2005 George Bamberger 10 1968-77 Jim Frey 9 1970-79 George Staller 9 1962, 1968-75 Luman Harris-d 7 1955-61 Jimmy Williams 7 1981-87 a-Hunter named manager of Texas Rangers on June 26, 1977 b-Miller named manager of the Minnesota Twins on June 21, 1985 and also replaced Mark Wiley as coach on June 26, 2004 c-Perlozzo named interim manager August 4, 2005 d-Harris spent final month of 1961 season as interim manager MEDIA

No one logged more time in an Orioles uniform than Elrod Hendricks. For 37 seasons, Ellie opened the year in an Orioles jersey as a player or coach, 16 more years than Brooks Robinson or Cal Ripken, Jr. He spent 45 years on the field in organized baseball, the last 28 of them as the Orioles’ bullpen coach. Hendricks served as a catcher for the Orioles from 1968 until he was traded to the Cubs during the 1972 season, and again from 1973 until he was traded to the Yankees during the 1976 campaign. He was named the bullpen coach following the 1977 season, but was activated in each of his first two seasons as a coach.

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ELROD HENDRICKS (1940-2005)

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Born: October 29, 1977

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HEAD GROUNDSKEEPER

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NICOLE McFADYEN

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MANNY MACHADO 2015 GOLD GLOVE AWARD WINNER

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Manager: Buck Showalter (26) Coaches: Dom Chiti (54)-bullpen, Scott Coolbaugh (47)-hitting, Bobby Dickerson (11)-third base, Einar Diaz (55)-coach, Wayne Kirby (24)-first base, Mark Quinn (52)-assistant hitting, John Russell (77)-bench, Dave Wallace (16)-pitching Trainers: Richie Bancells, Brian Ebel # PITCHERS (23) B/T HT WT Birthdate Residence ML Service 35 Brach, Brad R/R 6-6 215 04/12/86 Nashville, TN 3.063 68 Bridwell, Parker R/R 6-4 185 08/02/91 Hereford, TX 0.000 53 Britton, Zach L/L 6-3 195 12/22/87 Weatherford, TX 3.158 37 Bundy, Dylan S/R 6-1 200 11/15/92 Owasso, OK 0.026 43 Despaigne, Odrisamer R/R 6-0 200 04/04/87 Miramar, FL 1.098 71 Drake, Oliver R/R 6-4 215 01/13/87 Gardner, MA 0.048 49 Gallardo, Yovani R/R 6-2 205 02/27/86 Fort Worth, TX 8.108 61 Garcia, Jason R/R 6-0 185 11/21/92 Land O’ Lakes, FL 1.000 39 Gausman, Kevin L/R 6-3 190 01/06/91 Baton Rouge, LA 1.151 60 Givens, Mychal R/R 6-0 210 05/13/90 Tampa, FL 0.069 50 Gonzalez, Miguel R/R 6-1 170 05/27/84 Lakewood Ranch, FL 4.095 31 Jimenez, Ubaldo R/R 6-5 210 01/22/84 La Romana, DR 8.087 69 Jones, Chris L/L 6-2 205 09/19/88 Plant City, FL 0.000 62 Lee, Chris L/L 6-3 180 08/17/92 Tampa, FL 0.000 17 Matusz, Brian L/L 6-5 190 02/11/87 Paradise Valley, AZ 5.156 66 McFarland, T.J. L/L 6-3 220 06/08/89 Orland Park, IL 2.061 56 O’Day, Darren R/R 6-4 220 10/22/82 Colleyville, TX 7.103 65 Roe, Chaz R/R 6-5 190 10/09/86 Lexington, KY 1.041 30 Tillman, Chris R/R 6-5 200 04/15/88 Sarasota, FL 4.113 74 Triggs, Andrew R/R 6-4 220 03/16/89 Nashville, TN 0.000 63 Wilson, Tyler R/R 6-2 185 09/25/89 Charlottesville, VA 0.068 48 Worley, Vance R/R 6-2 250 09/25/87 Philadelphia, PA 3.112 59 Wright, Mike R/R 6-6 215 01/03/90 Laurel Hill, NC 0.100 # CATCHERS (3) B/T HT WT Birthdate Residence ML Service 36 Joseph, Caleb R/R 6-3 180 06/18/86 Franklin, TN 1.145 27 Peña, Francisco R/R 6-2 230 10/12/89 Santiago, DR 0.070 32 Wieters, Matt S/R 6-5 230 05/21/86 Sarasota, FL 6.129 # INFIELDERS (8) B/T HT WT Birthdate Residence ML Service 19 Davis, Chris L/R 6-3 230 03/17/86 Dallas, TX 6.061 3 Flaherty, Ryan L/R 6-3 220 07/27/86 Portland, ME 4.000 2 Hardy, J.J. R/R 6-1 200 08/19/82 Tempe, AZ 10.164 13 Machado, Manny R/R 6-3 185 07/06/92 Hialeah, FL 3.056 38 Paredes, Jimmy S/R 6-3 200 11/25/88 Bajos de Haina, DR 2.059 6 Schoop, Jonathan R/R 6-1 195 10/16/91 Willemstad, Curacao 2.027 45 Trumbo, Mark R/R 6-4 225 01/16/86 Orange, CA 5.027 34 Walker, Christian R/R 6-0 220 03/28/91 Royersford, PA 0.033

Strength & Conditioning: Joe Hogarty Head Groundskeeper: Nicole McFadyen Director, Team Travel: Kevin Buck Club Physician: Dr. William Goldiner Clubhouse Managers: Chris Guth (home), Fred Tyler (away) 2015 CLUB(S) W - L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB K BALTIMORE 5 - 3 2.72 62 0 0 0 1 79.1 57 25 24 38 89 Bowie (AA) 4 - 5 3.99 18 18 1 0 0 97.0 96 48 43 38 93 BALTIMORE 4 - 1 1.92 64 0 0 0 36 65.2 51 16 14 14 79 Bowie (AA) 0 - 3 4.09 8 8 0 0 0 22.0 21 10 9 5 25 SAN DIEGO 5 - 9 5.80 34 18 0 0 0 125.2 142 82 81 32 69 Norfolk (AAA) 1 - 2 0.82 42 0 0 0 23 44.0 23 4 4 16 66 BALTIMORE 0 - 0 2.87 13 0 0 0 0 15.2 16 7 5 9 17 TEXAS 13 - 11 3.42 33 33 0 0 0 184.1 193 76 70 68 121 Bowie (AA) 1 - 2 4.80 9 0 0 0 0 15.0 12 8 7 9 14 BALTIMORE 1 - 0 4.25 21 0 0 0 0 29.2 25 19 14 17 22 Frederick (A) 0 - 0 1.80 2 2 0 0 0 5.0 2 1 1 0 6 Bowie (AA) 0 - 1 10.80 1 1 0 0 0 3.1 4 4 4 0 4 Norfolk (AAA) 0 - 1 1.93 3 3 0 0 0 14.0 10 3 2 6 14 BALTIMORE 4 - 7 4.25 25 17 0 0 0 112.1 109 56 53 29 103 Bowie (AA) 4 - 2 1.73 35 0 0 0 15 57.1 38 14 11 16 79 BALTIMORE 2 - 0 1.80 22 0 0 0 0 30.0 20 7 6 6 38 Bowie (AA) 1 - 0 3.60 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 4 2 2 1 4 BALTIMORE 9 - 12 4.91 26 26 0 0 0 144.2 151 81 79 51 109 BALTIMORE 12 - 10 4.11 32 32 0 0 0 184.0 182 89 84 68 168 Norfolk (AAA) 8 - 8 3.60 30 22 0 0 0 150.0 158 60 49 29 105 Quad Cities (A) 3 - 2 4.11 7 6 0 0 0 30.2 36 17 14 10 24 Frederick (A) 3 - 6 3.07 14 14 0 0 0 76.1 76 29 26 29 48 Bowie (AA) 4 - 2 3.08 7 7 0 0 0 38.0 32 13 13 20 26 BALTIMORE 1 - 4 2.94 58 0 0 0 0 49.0 38 18 16 20 56 Norfolk (AAA) 2 - 3 2.91 16 9 0 0 1 52.2 42 20 17 14 31 BALTIMORE 2 - 2 4.91 30 0 0 0 0 40.1 52 26 22 18 26 BALTIMORE 6 - 2 1.52 68 0 0 0 6 65.1 47 13 11 14 82 Bowie (AA) 1 - 0 6.75 1 0 0 0 0 1.1 1 1 1 0 0 Norfolk (AAA) 3 - 1 2.19 17 0 0 0 2 24.2 17 6 6 9 22 BALTIMORE 4 - 2 4.14 36 0 0 0 0 41.1 44 19 19 17 38 BALTIMORE 11 - 11 4.99 31 31 0 0 0 173.0 176 97 96 64 120 Bowie (AA) 0 - 2 1.03 43 0 0 0 17 61.0 42 9 7 11 70 Norfolk (AAA) 5 - 5 3.24 17 17 0 0 0 94.1 94 35 34 18 63 BALTIMORE 2 - 2 3.50 9 5 0 0 0 36.0 39 14 14 11 13 Indianapolis (AAA) 3 - 1 2.38 5 5 0 0 0 34.0 30 10 9 5 21 PITTSBURGH 4 - 6 4.02 23 8 0 0 0 71.2 81 36 32 21 49 Norfolk (AAA) 9 - 1 2.33 15 14 0 0 0 81.0 59 21 20 25 63 BALTIMORE 3 - 5 6.04 12 9 0 0 0 44.2 52 30 30 18 26 2015 CLUB(S) BALTIMORE Omaha (AAA) KANSAS CITY Bowie (AA) Norfolk (AAA)

AVG OBP SLG G AB R H 2B .234 .299 .394 100 320 38 75 16 .251 .305 .430 95 342 42 86 20 .143 .143 .143 8 7 0 1 0 .182 .231 .182 3 11 1 2 0 .600 .667 1.200 2 5 2 3 0

3B HR RBI BB K 1 11 49 27 72 1 13 48 23 56 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 0

2015 CLUB(S) BALTIMORE Bowie (AA) Norfolk (AAA) BALTIMORE Bowie (AA) BALTIMORE BALTIMORE Bowie (AA) BALTIMORE Frederick (A) Bowie (AA) BALTIMORE ARIZONA SEATTLE Norfolk (AAA) BALTIMORE

AVG OBP SLG G AB R H 2B .262 .361 .562 160 573 100 150 31 .333 .385 .667 3 12 2 4 1 .000 .333 .000 2 5 1 0 0 .202 .281 .356 91 267 34 54 8 .333 .333 .417 3 12 2 4 1 .219 .253 .311 114 411 45 90 14 .286 .359 .502 162 633 102 181 30 .250 .250 .250 1 4 0 1 0 .275 .310 .416 104 363 46 100 17 .333 .333 .667 2 9 2 3 0 .240 .269 .680 7 25 3 6 2 .279 .306 .482 86 305 34 85 17 .259 .299 .506 46 174 23 45 10 .263 .316 .419 96 334 39 88 13 .257 .324 .423 138 534 68 137 33 .111 .333 .111 7 9 0 1 0

3B HR RBI BB K 0 47 117 84 208 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 2 3 0 3 9 31 26 81 0 0 1 0 2 0 8 37 20 88 1 35 86 70 111 0 0 1 0 1 2 10 42 19 111 0 1 1 0 3 0 3 6 1 6 0 15 39 9 79 3 9 23 10 39 0 13 41 26 93 1 18 74 49 136 0 0 0 3 4

# OUTFIELDERS (6) B/T HT WT Birthdate Residence ML Service 12 Alvarez, Dariel R/R 6-2 180 11/07/88 Hialeah, FL 0.038 10 Jones, Adam R/R 6-2 215 08/01/85 San Diego, CA 8.139 25 Kim, Hyun Soo L/R 6-2 210 01/12/88 Seoul, South Korea 0.000 14 Reimold, Nolan R/R 6-4 205 10/12/83 Fleming Island, FL 5.113 23 Rickard, Joey R/L 6-1 185 05/21/91 El Dorado Hills, CA 0.000 51 Urrutia, Henry L/R 6-5 200 02/13/87 Sarasota, FL 0.084

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# PITCHERS (8) B/T HT WT Birthdate Residence ML Service 57 Beato, Pedro R/R 6-6 230 10/27/86 Mulberry, FL 1.169 40 Beliveau, Jeff L/L 6-1 190 01/17/87 Cranston, RI 1.154 64 Cabral, Cesar L/L 6-3 250 02/11/89 San Cristobal, DR 1.133 72 Harvey, Hunter R/R 6-3 175 12/09/94 Soddy Daisy, TN 0.000 41 Oliver, Andy L/L 6-3 215 12/03/87 Greenville, TX 0.034 58 Redmond, Todd R/R 6-3 240 05/17/85 Jensen Beach, FL 2.005 52 Thayer, Dale S/R 6-0 210 12/17/80 Murrieta, CA 4.035 76 Tolliver, Ashur L/L 6-0 170 01/24/88 Sherwood, AR 0.000 # CATCHERS (3) B/T HT WT Birthdate Residence ML Service 78 Heim, Jonah S/R 6-3 190 06/27/95 Amherst, NY 0.000 75 Perez, Audry R/R 5-10 220 12/23/88 Santo Domingo, DR 0.030 73 Sisco, Chance L/R 6-2 195 02/24/95 Corona, CA 0.000 # INF/OF (7) B/T HT WT Birthdate Residence ML Service 70 Avery, Xavier L/L 6-0 190 01/01/90 Atlanta, GA 0.065 28 Hoes, L.J. R/R 6-0 200 03/05/90 Mitchellville, MD 1.067 15 Janish, Paul R/R 6-2 200 10/12/82 The Woodlands, TX 4.156 67 Mancini, Trey R/R 6-4 215 03/18/92 Lake Wales, FL 0.000 80 Marte, Alfredo R/R 5-11 200 03/31/89 Santo Domingo, DR 0.135 79 Martinez, Ozzie R/R 5-10 200 05/07/88 Carolina, PR 0.063 18 Tolleson, Steve R/R 5-11 185 11/01/83 Spartanburg, SC 2.053

2015 CLUB(S) AVG OBP SLG G AB R H 2B Frederick (A) .313 .421 .500 5 16 2 5 1 Norfolk (AAA) .275 .305 .424 130 512 61 141 24 BALTIMORE .241 .290 .379 12 29 3 7 1 BALTIMORE .269 .308 .474 137 546 74 147 25 Doosan (KBO) .326 .438 .541 141 512 103 167 26 Norfolk (AAA) .274 .363 .371 54 197 25 54 13 BALTIMORE .247 .344 .394 61 170 24 42 5 Charlotte (A) .268 .436 .310 23 71 8 19 3 Montgomery (AA) .322 .420 .479 65 236 38 76 19 Durham (AAA) .360 .437 .472 29 89 16 32 6 Norfolk (AAA) .291 .345 .409 115 460 58 134 22 BALTIMORE .265 .306 .382 10 34 3 9 1

3B HR RBI BB K 1 0 1 3 3 2 16 72 16 63 0 1 1 2 8 3 27 82 24 102 0 28 121 101 63 0 2 15 26 42 1 6 20 23 47 0 0 12 20 13 6 2 32 39 42 2 0 11 10 20 1 10 53 40 81 0 1 6 2 3



2015 CLUB(S) W - L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB K Norfolk (AAA) 5 - 5 2.65 63 0 0 0 16 74.2 66 26 22 25 61 TAMPA BAY 0 - 0 13.50 5 0 0 0 0 2.2 6 4 4 1 2 Bowie (AA) 1 - 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 4.0 0 0 0 2 5 Norfolk (AAA) 2 - 1 4.95 45 0 0 0 2 40.0 42 23 22 19 43 BALTIMORE 0 - 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 1 1 DID NOT PITCH - INJURED Durham (AAA) 1 - 1 3.86 25 0 0 0 1 28.0 20 13 12 24 32 Norfolk (AAA) 3 - 1 3.72 16 0 0 0 0 29.0 23 12 12 16 34 Buffalo (AAA) 3 - 7 4.00 23 10 0 0 1 78.2 86 36 35 25 57 TORONTO 0 - 0 7.31 7 1 0 0 0 16.0 17 13 13 7 13 San Antonio (AA) 0 - 1 27.00 1 1 0 0 0 1.0 3 3 3 0 0 El Paso (AAA) 2 - 0 0.93 7 0 0 0 0 9.2 5 1 1 3 10 SAN DIEGO 2 - 2 4.06 38 0 0 0 0 37.2 37 17 17 15 25 Bowie (AA) 1 - 2 2.91 39 2 0 0 1 58.2 51 19 19 29 61 2015 CLUB(S) AVG OBP SLG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K GCL Orioles (R) .333 .429 .500 2 6 2 2 1 0 0 2 1 0 Delmarva (A) .248 .280 .336 43 149 13 37 8 1 1 16 6 26 Norfolk (AAA) .243 .280 .303 78 267 18 65 10 0 2 21 12 31 Frederick (A) .308 .387 .422 75 263 30 81 12 3 4 26 33 41 Bowie (AA) .257 .337 .392 20 74 9 19 4 0 2 8 9 14 2015 CLUB(S) AVG OBP SLG G AB R H 2B Toledo (AAA) .305 .371 .393 73 285 42 87 18 Rochester (AAA) .247 .284 .384 38 146 23 36 3 Sacramento (AAA) .244 .346 .311 13 45 6 11 1 Fresno (AAA) .295 .383 .400 99 370 69 109 24 HOUSTON .267 .313 .267 8 15 1 4 0 Norfolk (AAA) .235 .313 .272 95 302 29 71 7 BALTIMORE .286 .278 .371 14 35 4 10 3 Frederick (A) .314 .341 .527 52 207 28 65 14 Bowie (AA) .359 .395 .586 84 326 60 117 29 Salt Lake (AAA) .318 .381 .469 97 343 54 109 25 LOS ANGELES-AL .333 .500 .333 5 6 0 2 0 Bowie (AA) .252 .310 .303 122 433 48 109 14.0 Dunedin (A) .000 .250 .000 1 3 1 0 0.0 Buffalo (AAA) .133 .235 .133 8 30 2 4 0 TORONTO .268 .333 .439 19 41 9 11 5.0

3B HR RBI BB K 2 1 28 30 62 1 5 23 7 43 1 0 1 7 14 3 3 53 52 62 0 0 1 1 3 2 0 21 31 41 0 0 3 0 3 3 8 32 9 35 3 13 57 22 58 3 7 55 36 81 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 30 36 65 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 2 9 1 0 3 4 9

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FULL NAME: Dariel Camejo Alvarez BORN: November 7, 1988

OPENING DAY AGE: 27

BIRTHPLACE: Camaguey, Cuba RESIDES: Hialeah, FL CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016

MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.038 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a non-drafted free agent on July 24, 2013.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

DARIEL ALVAREZ

HITS: 2, 8/29/15 at TEX…RUNS: 1, three times, last: 9/11/15 vs. KC…DOUBLES: 1, 8/29/15 at TEX…TRIPLES: None… HOME RUNS: 1, 9/11/15 vs. KC…RBI: 1, 9/11/15 vs. KC…WALKS: 1, twice, last: 9/9/15 at NYY…STOLEN BASES: 2, twice, last: 9/1/15 vs. TB…HITTING STREAK: 3 games, 9/11-16/15.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS

• Made his Major League debut, 8/28 vs. TEX after having his contract selected from Triple-A Norfolk earlier that day • Doubled in the top of the fifth inning, 9/29 vs. TEX for his first Major League hit...Went 2-for-3 with a walk, double, and run scored in the game • Slugged his first career Major League home run on 9/11 vs. KC in the third inning • At the time of his contract selection, led the International League in at-bats (512), ranked tied for first in games played (130), third in total bases (217), fourth in hits (141), and fifth in RBI (72) • Batted .313/.421/.500 (5-for-16) with a double, triple, RBI, two runs scored, and a stolen base in five games with Class A-Advanced Frederick after being optioned 9/2 • Batted .275/.305/.424 (141-for-512) with 24 doubles, two triples, 16 home runs, and 72 RBI in 130 games with Triple-A Norfolk • Selected to the Triple-A All-Star Team and won the Triple-A All-Star Home Run Derby, the first Norfolk player to appear in the event since 2004 • Rated as having the best outfield arm and the No. 13 prospect in the Orioles organization according to Baseball America

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY

2014: Following the season, rated by Baseball America as the Orioles fifth-best prospect and as having the best outfield arm in the Orioles system...Began the season in Bowie...Hit safely in 15 straight games, 4/3-18, tied for the seventh-longest hitting streak in the league and also posted an 11-game hitting streak, 4/21-5/4...Was named to the Eastern League post-season All-Star Team...Recorded five hits on 4/25 at Harrisburg...Logged a Baysox season-high six RBI on 5/19 vs. Erie...Led the Tides in batting average (.301) and doubles (17)...Hit safely in 37 of 44 games with Norfolk after his promotion...Posted a career-high 17-game hitting streak, 8/11-28, a stretch that was tied for the fourth-longest in the International League...Hit .369 (24-for-65) with a home run, eight doubles, and nine RBI over that span. 2013: Began his professional career on 8/12 by going 2-for-3 with two runs scored, a triple, and a home run with the GCL Orioles…Collected multiple hits in two of his three games with the GCL Orioles…Recorded a then career-high four hits on 8/17, going 4-for-5 with three runs scored, two doubles, and a home run…Collected multiple hits in his first three games with the Keys and notched multiple hits in seven of his 10 games with the Keys…Played his first game with the Baysox on 8/26…Had a fourgame hitting streak, 8/29-9/2. PERSONAL: Signed by scouts Fred Ferreira, Joel Bradley, and Gustavo Bencid.

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2013 GCL Orioles-1 .444 3 9 2 4 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1.222 .500 Frederick .436 10 39 5 17 2 0 2 7 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 2 .641 .463 Bowie .194 9 31 2 6 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 9 0 0 2 .290 .219 2014 Bowie .309 91 359 52 111 20 1 14 68 1 6 2 13 0 35 7 4 13 .487 .332 Norfolk .301 44 173 23 52 17 2 1 19 0 2 0 8 0 27 1 1 6 .439 .328 2015 Frederick .313 5 16 2 5 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 0 0 .500 .421 Norfolk .275 130 512 61 141 24 2 16 72 0 5 8 16 0 63 7 3 14 .424 .305 BALTIMORE .241 12 29 3 7 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 8 0 0 0 .379 .290 Minor Lg. Totals .295 292 1139 147 336 66 7 35 170 1 13 10 44 0 139 17 10 37 .457 .323 BALTIMORE Totals .241 12 29 3 7 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 8 0 0 0 .379 .290 American League .241 12 29 3 7 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 8 0 0 0 .379 .290 ML Totals .241 12 29 3 7 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 8 0 0 0 .379 .290

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OPPONENTS

2015 IN REVIEW

FIELDING OF PCT G PO A E DP 2015 1.000 12 16 1 0 1 Totals 1.000 12 16 1 0 1

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FULL NAME: Brad Brach BORN: April 12, 1986

OPENING DAY AGE: 29

BIRTHPLACE: Freehold, NJ

RESIDES: Nashville, TN

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 3.063 ACQUIRED: From San Diego in exchange for minor league RHP Devin Jones on November 25, 2013.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

BRAD BRACH

LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 4.0 innings, 5/21/14 vs. PIT…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 4, six times, last: 6/6/15 at CLE…WALK HIGH: 5, 6/8/14 vs. OAK…HR ALLOWED: 1, 27 times, last: 9/11/15 vs. KC…WINNING STREAK: 7 games, 9/7/128/26/14…LOSING STREAK: 4 games, 9/10/11-7/29/12.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

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• Led Orioles relievers and ranked fifth among American League relievers with 89 strikeouts...Tossed the second-most IP among AL relievers (79.1 IP) and ranked 20th with 10.10 K/9.0 IP • Finished third among Orioles relievers with 62 appearances • Earned his first career Major League save, 5/2 at TB (1.1 IP, 1 K)...[Struck out career-high-tying four batters three times, most recently 6/6 at CLE • Over his last 42 games (since 6/11), he posted a 1.92 ERA (11 ER/51.2 IP)...Of the six AL relievers to toss at least 50.0 IP in that span, he led the group in ERA • Went 2-1 with a 2.27 ERA (9 ER/35.2 IP) following the All-Star break, posting 23 scoreless appearances...Went 3-2 with a 3.09 ERA (15 ER/43.2 IP) pre-All-Star break • Struck out 21 in August, tied for second among AL relievers and ranked eighth with 16.0 IP...Tied for fourth among AL relievers in innings pitched during the month of June (14.2 IP) • Posted a career-high-tying 12-game scoreless streak (16.1 IP), 6/23-8/5 (also, 7/31-8/28/14)

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Had three stints with the Orioles: 5/2-6, 5/16-6/9, and 6/21-end of the season...Made Orioles debut, 5/3 at MIN (3 ER/1.1 IP)...Tossed career-high 4.0 scoreless innings, 5/21 at PIT...Struck out career-high tying four twice (6/27 vs. TB and 7/6 at BOS)... Earned his first Orioles win, 6/23 vs. CWS, beginning a stretch of 25 games (through 9/2) during which he would pitch to a 1.07 ERA (4 ER/33.2 IP, 16 H, 10 BB, 30 K)...Set a career-high with 12 consecutive scoreless outings (14.1 IP), 7/31-8/28...Led AL relievers with a .875 winning percentage...Tied for fourth among AL relievers in wins (seven)...Became the first reliever of the season to earn a victory in three consecutive outings (7/2-6)...Struck out 43 batters in 23.1 IP in 17 games with Triple-A Norfolk (3-1, one save, 3.47 ERA, 26 H, 6 BB)...Earned the win in Game 2 of the ALDS, tossing 0.2 scoreless innings...Appeared in Game 2 of the ALCS, allowing one hit over 1.2 scoreless frames. 2013: Made 33 appearances each for Triple-A Tucson (4-3, 2.84 ERA, 8.9 K/9.0 IP, 2.8 BB/9.0 IP) and San Diego (1-0, 3.19 ERA, 9.0 K/9.0 IP, 5.5 BB/9.0 IP)…Made San Diego’s Opening Day roster, posting a 4.76 ERA (9 ER/17.0 IP, 17 K) in his first 19 games before being optioned on 5/18…Had four additional stints with the club after being optioned, 6/23-26, 7/8-14, 8/24-26, and 9/3-end of season…Pitched to a 2.08 ERA (7 ER/30.1 IP) for San Diego the rest of the season, including a 0.95 mark (2 ER/19.0 IP) in his final 18 games, beginning 5/4…Tossed season-high 2.0 scoreless innings twice, 5/16 vs. WAS and 8/25 vs. CHC…Recorded a season-high three strikeouts twice, 7/8 vs. COL and 9/4 vs. SF…Was second on Tucson in ERA and sixth in appearances and K/9.0 IP rate (min. 30 IP). 2012: Made his first career Opening Day roster, spending the majority of the season in the majors with San Diego…Made a career-high 67 relief appearances, second-most on the club behind Luke Gregerson (77)…Led all National League rookies with 67 games pitched (third in the majors) and finished with the second-most strikeouts (75) among all NL rookie relievers (fifth in the majors)…Allowed just five of his 46 inherited runners to score for San Diego, or 10.9% of inherited runners, the second-best percentage among all qualifying Major League relievers…Posted 10.1 K/9.0 IP…His 75 strikeouts led all Padres relievers…Held right-handed hitters to a .188 (28-for-149) average while lefties hit .239 (22-for-92) off him for San Diego…Allowed 11 home runs on the season, tied for third-most among NL relievers…Recalled from Triple-A Tucson on 4/5, prior to the start of the season, and went 0-1 with a 5.06 ERA (3 ER/5.1 IP) in five outings before being optioned back to Tucson on 4/16…Recalled for his second stint on 5/4, posting a 4.03 ERA (10 ER/22.1 IP) with 28 strikeouts against 15 walks and 16 hits allowed before being optioned back to Tucson on 6/27…Recalled for a third and final time on 7/4, going 2-3 with a 3.46 ERA (15 ER/39.0 IP), 44 strikeouts against 11 walks and a .196 (28-for-143) opponents average over his final 40 outings from 7/4 through the end of the season…Earned his

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DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2014 BAL vs. DET 1 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 1 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2014 BAL vs. KC 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 Totals 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 BRACH BATTING Career

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2011 - 9 0 0 0 0 2012 .800 67 2 6 2 1 2013 1.000 33 2 5 0 1 2014 .727 46 2 6 3 1 2015 .900 62 5 6 1 1 Totals .842 217 9 23 6 4

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1- Selected by San Diego in the 42nd round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by the Orioles from San Diego in exchange for minor league RHP Devin Jones on November 25, 2013

RECORDS & HISTORY

YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2008 AZL Padres-1 1 1 2.01 18 0 0 0 4 22.1 21 5 5 0 2 5 0 33 2 0 2009 Fort  Wayne 3 3 1.27 60 0 0 0 33 63.2 36 10 9 1 4 11 0 82 3 0 2010 Lake  Elsinore 5 2 2.47 62 0 0 0 41 65.2 50 20 18 6 0 11 0 74 2 1 2011 San  Antonio 2 2 2.25 42 0 0 0 23 44.0 32 11 11 3 2 5 1 64 3 0 Tucson 1 3 3.90 25 0 0 0 11 27.2 28 13 12 1 0 7 1 30 4 0 SAN DIEGO 0 2 5.14 9 0 0 0 0 7.0 9 5 4 0 1 7 4 11 1 0 2012 Tucson 2 1 2.79 10 0 0 0 3 9.2 11 3 3 0 0 1 0 5 1 0 SAN DIEGO 2 4 3.78 67 0 0 0 0 66.2 50 28 28 11 2 33 7 75 4 0 2013 Tucson 4 3 2.84 33 0 0 0 3 44.1 43 15 14 5 2 14 1 44 1 0 SAN DIEGO 1 0 3.19 33 0 0 0 0 31.0 36 15 11 3 0 19 0 31 4 0 2014 Norfolk-2 3 1 3.47 17 0 0 0 1 23.1 26 10 9 1 0 6 2 43 2 0 BALTIMORE 7 1 3.18 46 0 0 0 0 62.1 48 24 22 6 1 25 1 54 2 0 2015 BALTIMORE 5 3 2.72 62 0 0 0 1 79.1 57 25 24 7 0 38 3 89 1 0 Minor Lg. Totals 21 16 2.42 267 0 0 0 119 300.2 247 87 81 17 10 60 5 375 18 1 National League 3 6 3.70 109 0 0 0 0 104.2 95 48 43 14 3 59 11 117 9 0 BALTIMORE TOTALS 12 4 2.92 108 0 0 0 1 141.2 105 49 46 13 1 63 4 143 3 0 American League 12 4 2.92 108 0 0 0 1 141.2 105 49 46 13 1 63 4 143 3 0 ML Totals 15 10 3.25 217 0 0 0 1 246.1 200 97 89 27 4 122 15 260 12 0

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first career win on 8/10 at PIT, working 2.0 innings…In 10 outings total for Tucson, went 2-1 with a 2.79 ERA (3 ER/9.2 IP) and five strikeouts against just one walk. 2011: Split the majority of the season between Double-A San Antonio and Triple-A Tucson, also seeing his first Major League action during the last month of the season…Selected from Tucson on 8/31 and made his Major League debut that day at LAD, working 1.1 scoreless frames (three strikeouts)…Named a Texas League mid-Season and post-season All-Star…Recorded the 100th save of his professional career on 7/1 for the Missions at Northwest Arkansas…Led the Texas League in saves and games finished (40) despite being promoted to Triple-A on 7/6…His 34 saves overall ranked fourth-most among all minor league pitchers…Named PCL Pitcher of the Week, 8/22-28. 2010: Was named the California League’s Pitcher of the Year after posting a league-record 41 saves and a 2.47 ERA (18 ER/65.2 IP) for the Class A-Advanced Lake Elsinore Storm…Honored as the Padres Organizational Pitcher of the Year…Fanned 74 while walking only 11 over 62 appearances…Named both a post-season and mid-season California League All-Star…Notched a 2.84 ERA (4 ER/12.2 IP) with a 1-1 record in 11 Arizona Fall League games for the Peoria Saguaros…Selected to play for the West Division in the AFL Rising Stars Game. 2009: Honored as the MLB.com Class-A Relief Pitcher of the Year, pitching the entire season at Class-A Fort Wayne…Tallied a Midwest League-leading 33 saves in 60 appearances for Fort Wayne, notching a 1.27 ERA (9 ER/63.2 IP)…Honored as Midwest League mid-season and post-season All-Star…Went 3-3 with 82 strikeouts and 11 walks. PERSONAL: Originally selected by San Diego in the 42nd round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft out of Monmouth (NJ) University…Wife, Jenae Cherry, is a country music singer/songwriter…Signed by Padres scout Jim Bretz…Finished his collegiate career at Monmouth University as the school’s all-time leader in career wins (29) and strikeouts (277)…Was also the only pitcher to ever work more than 300 innings…Was a teammate of his brother Brett at both Monmouth University and Freehold Township High School…Also lettered in basketball in high school, sinking 86 career three-point shots…Named the New Jersey Sports Writers Association’s 2012 Relief Pitcher of the Year.

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FULL NAME: Parker Alan Bridwell BORN: August 2, 1991

OPENING DAY AGE: 24

BIRTHPLACE: Hereford, TX

RESIDES: Hereford, TX

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.000 ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the ninth round of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

PARKER BRIDWELL

• Enters 2016 ranked as the No. 22 prospect and No. 21 prospect in Baltimore’s organization by Baseball America and MLB.com, respectively • Added to the Orioles 40-man roster on 11/20 • Spent the season with Double-A Bowie and recorded a season-high nine strikeouts three times (4/11 at Richmond, 5/19 at Trenton, and 7/1 at Akron) • Led the Baysox in strikeouts (93) • Tossed a complete game (8.0 IP) on 6/18 at New Britain but suffered the loss • Rated by Baseball America as having the best changeup in the Eastern League • Placed on the 7-day disabled list with elbow tendinitis on 8/1

2015 IN REVIEW

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES

2014: Named an Arizona Fall League All-Star...Logged a club-high 11 Quality Starts with Class A-Advanced Frederick... Finished second in the Carolina League in strikeouts (142), fourth in games started (26), fifth in batting average against (.234) and innings pitched (141.2), and second among starting pitchers in strikeout/9.0 IP ratio (9.0 K/9.0 IP)...Named Carolina League Pitcher of the Week for 5/12-18 after coming two outs shy of a no-hitter against Potomac on 5/13...Posted a 2.72 ERA over six starts in May and a 2.51 mark over five games in June...Put together seven straight Quality Starts at home, 5/13-6/27...Struck out a season-high 13 over 8.0 scoreless frames on 8/25. 2013: Finished second in the South Atlantic League with 144 strikeouts, the most by a Shorebirds pitcher since 2009...Led the SAL in innings pitched (142.2)...Named SAL Pitcher of the Week, 8/12-18. 2012: Finished tied for the Class-A Delmarva lead in innings pitched (114.1) and games started (22)...Pitched a one-hit complete game on 7/21 at West Virginia. 2011: Named the Orioles fourth-best prospect after the season by Baseball America...Led Short-Season A Aberdeen in games started (11), innings pitched (53.2), and strikeouts (57)...Finished the year 2-5 with a 4.53 ERA (27 ER/53.2 IP). 2010: Made his first professional start on 8/24 against the GCL Red Sox...Promoted to Aberdeen on 8/31 and made his first appearance with the IronBirds on 9/2 at Connecticut...Struck out multiple batters in three of his four appearances. PERSONAL: Signed by Orioles scout Ernie Jacobs…Graduated from Hereford HS (TX).

RECORDS & HISTORY

YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2010 GCL Orioles-1 0 0 5.40 2 2 0 0 0 1.2 1 1 1 0 0 3 0 4 2 0 Aberdeen 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 4.0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 2011 Aberdeen 2 5 4.53 12 11 0 0 0 53.2 56 32 27 2 3 22 0 57 4 1 Delmarva 0 3 7.06 5 5 0 0 0 21.2 23 18 17 0 1 13 0 13 3 0 2012 Delmarva 5 9 5.98 23 22 1 0 0 114.1 122 82 76 15 15 63 0 71 15 1 2013 Delmarva 8 9 4.73 26 26 0 0 0 142.2 141 86 75 9 9 59 0 144 8 0 2014 Frederick 7 10 4.45 26 26 1 0 0 141.2 123 75 70 11 9 70 0 142 6 2 2015 Bowie 4 5 3.99 18 18 1 0 0 97.0 96 48 43 7 2 38 0 93 5 0 Minor Lg. Totals 26 41 4.83 114 110 3 0 0 576.1 565 342 309 44 39 269 0 526 45 4

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FULL NAME: Zachary Grant Britton BORN: December 22, 1987

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BIRTHPLACE: Panorama City, CA RESIDES: Weatherford, TX

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ZACH BRITTON

ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the third round of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS LONGEST OUTING: 9.0 innings, 5/12/11 vs. SEA…LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 3.2 innings, 9/27/13 vs. BOS… STRIKEOUT HIGH: 10, 8/30/12 vs. CWS…WALK HIGH: 6, 7/17/12 at MIN…HR ALLOWED: 2, four times, last: 7/9/13 vs. TEX…WINNING STREAK: 8 games, 6/29/13-present…LOSING STREAK: 5 games, 6/22-8/4/11.

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MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 3.158

MANAGER & COACHES

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016

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OPPONENTS

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Finished tied for third among AL relievers with 36 saves, tied for the sixth-highest single season total by an Orioles reliever in club history (since 1954) • His 73 career saves rank eighth-most among Orioles relievers in club history (since 1954)...Eddie Watt ranks seventh with 74 saves • Ranks third among left-handed relievers on the Orioles all-time saves list, behind Randy Myers (76) and Tippy Martinez (105) • Converted a career-high 24 consecutive save opportunities, 5/3-8/10 (the fourth-longest such streak in club history) • Led Major League relievers in ground ball percentage (80.4%) and ground ball/fly ball ratio (8.47) • Finished fifth among AL relievers in ERA (1.92), tied for eighth in strikeouts (79), and 13th in innings (65.2 IP) • Selected to the All-Star Game, his first career All-Star selection...Chosen by AL manager (Ned Yost) in conjunction with Major League Baseball • Tossed 0.2 scoreless IP in the All-Star Game, surrendering one hit while striking out one (B. Harper) • Earned five multi-IP saves during the season: 8/10 at SEA (1.2 IP), 6/9 vs. BOS (1.2 IP), 6/4 at HOU (1.2 IP), 5/3 at TB (1.1 IP), and 4/14 vs. NYY (1.1 IP) • According to STATS, LLC., has struck out three batters in an inning five times in his career (four in 2015, last: 9/2 vs. TB) • Snapped a 96-game stretch in which he did not record a win after earning the victory, 7/10 vs. WAS (the longest winless stretch in terms of games in his career) • Posted a career-high (in terms of games) 13-game scoreless streak (13.2 IP), 5/17-6/17 • Tied for the AL lead with nine saves in June...Was one of two AL relievers to go 9-for-9 in SVO that month (also, Kansas City’s Greg Holland) • His sinker was voted by ESPN as the best pitch in the majors

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2014: Pitched exclusively out of the bullpen for the first time, pitching to a 0.84 ERA (2 ER/21.1 IP) in his first 16 appearances (3/31-5/10)...Earned his first career save on 5/15 at KC (perfect IP on three ground ball outs in a 2-1 win) and held the closer job for the rest of the season...Finished fourth in the AL with 37 saves...Converted 18 consecutive save opportunities, 7/19-9/4... Led all relievers in groundball/flyball ratio (6.68) and ground ball percentage (75.8%)...Became the 10th different Oriole to record a 30-save season on 8/30 vs. MIN...It was the 14th 30-save season by an Oriole...Became the seventh AL left-hander to save 37 or more games in a season and the second Oriole to do so (Randy Myers, 45 in 1997)...Posted a franchise record 35.1 consecutive scoreless innings at home, 9/27/13-8/3/14...His stretch of 27 straight scoreless home appearances tied the club record...Pitched 1.0 inning or more in 64 of his 71 appearances (8th in MLB/3rd in AL), going 2-0 with 35 saves and a 0.86 ERA (7 ER/73.1 IP) in those 64 outings...Appeared in six postseason games, posting a 3.86 ERA (2 ER/4.2 IP) with two saves (Games 2 and 3 of the ALDS). 2013: Had three stints with the Orioles (4/25-30, 6/18-7/9, and 9/2-5), making seven starts…Combined to pitch 11.0 innings and allowed two earned runs in his two victories (6/18 at DET, 5.1 IP, 1 ER and 6/29 vs. NYY, 5.2 IP, 1 ER)…Struck out seasonhigh five on 6/24 vs. CLE…Tossed season-long 7.0 innings on 7/4 at CWS…Went 6-5 with a 4.27 ERA (49 ER/103.1 IP) in 19 starts for Triple-A Norfolk…Was second on the Tides pitching staff with nine Quality Starts behind Josh Stinson (11)…Was 5-1 with a 3.15 ERA (19 ER/54.1 IP) in nine road starts in the International League…Held Triple-A left-handed hitters to a line of .208/.299/.317 in 101 at-bats…On 8/28 at Charlotte, tied his season-high with eight strikeouts and registered 13 groundouts… Posted a 2.98 groundout/blyball ratio, but finished 12.0 innings shy of qualifying among minor league leaders, where that ratio would have been tops at the Double-A and Triple-A levels.

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ZACH BRITTON 2012: Began season on the disabled list with a left shoulder impingement and had three stints with the Orioles (7/17-8/8, 8/1830 and 9/4-end of season)…Reinstated from DL, 6/6, and optioned to Triple-A Norfolk…Made three rehab starts with Double-A Bowie (0.75 ERA, 1 ER/12.0 IP, 3 BB, 11 K) and Triple-A Norfolk (6.00 ERA, 4 ER/6.0 IP, 2 BB, 2 K)…Went 2-0 with a 2.14 ERA (5 ER/21.0 IP, 16 K) in three July starts for the Tides…Recalled by the Orioles on 7/17, where he made five starts and posted an 8.10 ERA (21 ER/23.1 IP) before being optioned back to Norfolk on 8/8…Made a start for the Tides on 8/13 and was recalled back to the Orioles on 8/18…Tossed a season-high 8.0 IP and struck out career-high 10 on 8/30 vs. CWS…Made first career appearance out of the bullpen on 10/3 at TB (1.0 IP, 1 K)…Pitched to a 0.78 ERA (3 ER/34.2 IP) in his five victories. 2011: Had his contract selected from Norfolk on 4/3 and made his Major League debut that night at Tampa Bay, picking up the win as he allowed one earned run over 6.0 innings…With an 11-11 record, became the first Orioles starter with more than 20 or more decisions in a season to post a .500 or better record since Erik Bedard went 15-11 in 2006…Struck out six in his debut, including Elliot Johnson in the first inning for his first Major League strikeout…Became the seventh of eight Orioles starters to win their Major League debut since the start of the 2009 season, joining Koji Uehara, Brad Bergesen, Jason Berken, David Hernandez, Brian Matusz and Jake Arrieta…Allowed one earned run over his first two major league appearances (13.2 IP)… According to the Elias Sports Bureau, since the Orioles moved to Baltimore in 1954, only Tom Phoebus won his first two Major League games, both as a starting pitcher, allowing no more than one run combined…Prior to Britton, the last Orioles pitcher to allow one or fewer runs in the first 13.2 innings of his career was Kurt Birkins in May 2006 (he allowed one run, all innings pitched in relief)…The last Orioles pitcher to allow a total of one-or-fewer runs in his first two career starts was Chuck McElroy in September of 2000 (1 ER/11.0 IP)…McElroy had 603 relief outings in the majors before his first two starts in 2000…Worked 9.0 scoreless innings in that 5/12 start and was opposed by Jason Vargas, who also worked 9.0 scoreless innings…The last time the Orioles played a game in which both pitchers went 9.0 innings was 7/11/03 (Baltimore’s Rodrigo Lopez and Oakland’s Tim Hudson)…It also marked the first time two Major League pitchers went 9.0 innings or more each and both received a no-decision since 7/10/10 (Philadelphia’s Roy Halladay and Cincinnati’s Travis Wood)…It was just the third such occurrence in the majors since 2000…The last Orioles starter to throw 9.0-shutout innings and not factor in the decision was Mike Morgan on 4/16/88 vs. CLE…Joined Jake Arrieta as the first pair of Orioles starters to both have five wins by 5/20 since Erik Bedard (five) and Kris Benson in 2006…Recorded five hits in his three Interleague Play starts, going 5-for-8 with a double, a homer, two RBI, and three runs scored…According to the Elias Sports Bureau, his five hits were the most in one season by an AL pitcher since the creation of the designated hitter in 1974…Set a career-high with three straight wins 4/20-5/1 and tied that mark 8/22-9/1…Struck out a then-career-high seven on 9/17 vs. LAA…Had a streak of 19.1 scoreless innings over three starts from 5/6-18…In his two starts, 7/8-30, he became the first player in Major League history to allow eight or more runs while lasting less than an inning in each of two consecutive starts…In his 8/28 start vs. NYY (over 7.0 innings) he threw a career-high 120 pitches, the most by an Orioles pitcher in 2011 and most by an Orioles starter against the Yankees since Sidney Ponson threw 128 in 5.2 innings on 6/1/04 at Yankee Stadium…Pitched to a 3.09 ERA (30 ER/87.1 IP) at home and a 6.58 ERA (49 ER/67.0 IP) on the road…Was 3-1 with a 2.02 ERA (8 ER/35.2 IP) in five starts against the AL West…Had a 4.05 ERA (47 ER/104.1 IP) before the All-Star break, but pitched to a 5.76 ERA (32 ER/50.0 IP) after the break…Was 4-1 with a 2.84 ERA (10 ER/31.2 IP) in five April starts and 2-1 with a 2.60 ERA (5 ER/17.1 IP) in three August starts…Opponents batted .228 (72-for-316) against him at home and .331 (90-for-272) on the road…Made one start for Triple-A Norfolk on 8/16 and allowed one run over 5.0 innings on three hits and a walk against Charlotte…Made three starts for Double-A Bowie 7/15-25, going 0-2 with a 5.40 ERA (7 ER/11.2 IP). 2010: Received the Jim Palmer Award as the Orioles top minor league pitcher…Was named to the Eastern League mid-season All-Star Team…Was named the second-best prospect in the Orioles organization by Baseball America following the season… Was named the Orioles Organizational Pitcher of the Month for June when he went 3-0 with a 0.66 ERA in four starts…Was named the Eastern League Pitcher of the Week for 6/21-27, when he tossed 8.0 innings, allowing one run on four hits and striking out nine…Made seven consecutive Quality Starts at Bowie, 5/21-6/25 before being promoted to Norfolk on 7/1…Led all Tides pitchers who made at least 12 starts with a 2.98 ERA…Matched his career-best in strikeouts with nine on three occasions (6/25 at Altoona, 8/14 against Charlotte, and 9/4 at Durham). 2009: Was named the Carolina League Pitcher of the Year…Was named to the CL mid-season and post-season All-Star Team…Was named the third-best prospect in the Orioles system by Baseball America…Finished second in the league in ERA (2.70) and strikeouts (131), fourth in IP (140.0), and tied for fifth in wins (nine)…Led the Keys in all four categories…Led the team in games started (24)…Tied a career-high with nine strikeouts 6/29 against Wilmington…Began the season with five consecutive starts allowing two earned runs or less and ended the season with nine consecutive starts allowing three earned runs or less. 2008: Finished seventh in the South Atlantic League in ERA (3.12) and fourth in innings pitched (147.1)…Tied for team lead in wins (12) and starts (27), and finished second on the club in strikeouts (114)…Threw a complete game (7.0 IP) on 5/21 against Kannapolis, allowing one run on five hits…Made 15 Quality Starts and struck out a season-high nine batters on 6/25 against Lake County. 2007: Went 6-4 with a 3.68 ERA in 15 starts for Aberdeen…Pitched to an 8.00 ERA in June (8 ER/9.0 IP), but had a 2.96 ERA (18 ER/54.2 IP) after 7/1. 2006: Went winless in 11 starts for Rookie League Bluefield…Lost three straight starts, 7/30-8/10…Pitched a season-high 5.0 innings and did not allow a run on 8/15 at Pulaski, but did not receive a decision…Surrendered five runs in 1.2 innings in his next start at Burlington, the only time he allowed more than three runs in an outing. PERSONAL: Graduated from Weatherford (TX) HS…In 2015, was honored with the Oriole Way Award, which recognizes an Orioles player who made significant contributions both on and off the field and who has demonstrated a sincere willingness and desire to serve the community, by the Oriole Advocates…Participated in the BARCS pet calendar initiative…Has continued to support numerous military programs…Married, wife’s name is Courtney…The couple has a son, Zander. 2016 ORIOLES MEDIA GUIDE

DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2014 BAL vs. DET 0 0 3.86 3 0 0 0 2 2.1 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 Totals 0 0 3.86 3 0 0 0 2 2.1 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 0

CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2014 BAL vs. KC 0 0 3.86 3 0 0 0 0 2.1 3 1 1 0 0 4 1 3 0 0 Totals 0 0 3.86 3 0 0 0 0 2.1 3 1 1 0 0 4 1 3 0 0 BRITTON BATTING Career

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .625 8 3 5 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1.125 .625

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FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2011 .938 28 9 21 2 4 2012 .917 12 1 10 1 0 2013 1.000 8 1 4 0 0 2014 1.000 71 5 15 0 1 2015 1.000 64 5 21 0 0 Totals .968 183 21 71 3 5

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1- Selected by the Orioles in the third round of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft

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W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 0 4 5.29 11 11 0 0 0 34.0 35 22 20 4 2 20 0 21 5 0 6 4 3.68 15 15 0 0 0 63.2 64 33 26 1 5 22 0 45 4 0 12 7 3.12 27 27 1 0 0 147.1 118 68 51 9 6 49 0 114 13 0 9 6 2.70 25 24 0 0 0 140.0 123 64 42 6 9 55 0 131 21 0 7 3 2.48 15 14 0 0 0 87.0 76 33 24 4 3 28 1 68 10 0 3 4 2.98 12 12 0 0 0 66.1 63 31 22 3 1 23 0 56 8 0 0 2 5.40 3 3 0 0 0 11.2 14 11 7 3 1 2 0 15 1 1 0 1 1.80 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 11 11 4.61 28 28 0 0 0 154.1 162 93 79 12 1 62 3 97 7 0 1 0 0.75 2 2 0 0 0 12.0 8 4 1 0 1 3 0 11 2 0 4 2 4.91 9 9 0 0 0 51.1 49 29 28 5 0 20 0 37 7 0 5 3 5.07 12 11 0 0 0 60.1 61 37 34 6 2 32 3 53 4 0 6 5 4.27 19 19 0 0 0 103.1 112 59 49 5 5 46 0 75 9 0 2 3 4.95 8 7 0 0 0 40.0 52 23 22 4 1 17 1 18 1 0 3 2 1.65 71 0 0 0 37 76.1 46 17 14 4 1 23 0 62 0 0 4 1 1.92 64 0 0 0 36 65.2 51 16 14 3 1 14 1 79 5 0 48 38 3.38 139 137 1 0 0 721.2 665 355 271 40 33 269 1 576 80 1 25 20 3.70 183 46 0 0 73 396.2 372 186 163 29 6 148 8 309 17 0 25 20 3.70 183 46 0 0 73 396.2 372 186 163 29 6 148 8 309 17 0 25 20 3.70 183 46 0 0 73 396.2 372 186 163 29 6 148 8 309 17 0

OPPONENTS

YEAR CLUB 2006 Bluefield-1 2007 Aberdeen 2008 Delmarva 2009 Frederick 2010 Bowie Norfolk 2011 Bowie Norfolk BALTIMORE 2012 Bowie Norfolk BALTIMORE 2013 Norfolk BALTIMORE 2014 BALTIMORE 2015 BALTIMORE Minor Lg. Totals BALTIMORE TOTALS American League ML Totals

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FULL NAME: Dylan Matthew Bundy BORN: November 15, 1992

OPENING DAY AGE: 23

BIRTHPLACE: Tulsa, OK

RESIDES: Owasso, OK

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.026 MANAGER & COACHES

ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 4 overall) of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft…Signed to a fiveyear Major League contract on August 15, 2011.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

DYLAN BUNDY

• Enters 2016 ranked as the No. 1 Orioles prospect by Baseball America and the second-best Orioles prospect according to MLB.com • Rated as having the best slider in the Orioles organization according to Baseball America • In eight starts with the Baysox, he went 0-3 with a 3.68 ERA (9 ER/22.0 IP) and 25 strikeouts • Posted a 1.13 ERA (2 ER/ 16.0 IP) with 18 strikeouts in five games on the road for Bowie...Held opponents to a .151 batting average in those five games • Was placed on Double-A Bowie’s disabled list on 5/28 (retroactive to 5/26) with a right shoulder strain • Selected to play for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League after returning from the Orioles’ 60-day disabled list...Tossed 1.0 hitless inning with one strikeout in his first start with the Javelinas...He registered a 4.50 ERA (1 ER/ 2.0 IP) in two starts

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OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK

2014: Named the Orioles No. 1 prospect according to Baseball America and Baseball Prospectus following the season... Named a top 100 overall prospect by MLB.com (20)...Rated by Baseball America as having the best curveball in the Orioles organization...In nine starts, went a combined 1-3 with a 3.27 ERA (15 ER/41.1 IP) for Class A-Advanced Frederick and ShortSeason A Aberdeen...Was placed on the disabled list for Frederick with a right latissimus strain on 8/14. 2013: Did not pitch after Spring Training due to forearm discomfort that was later diagnosed as a flexor mass strain…Underwent “Tommy John” surgery on his right elbow on 6/27, performed by Dr. James Andrews…Named the Orioles No. 1 prospect by Baseball America following the season…Also named a top 100 overall prospect in baseball by Baseball Prospectus (15), MLB.com (20), and ESPN.com (31). 2012: Recalled from Double-A Bowie on 9/19, and made his Major League debut, 9/23 at BOS (0.2 IP)…Made debut at 19 years, 313 days old, the first Oriole to debut before turning 20 since RHP Mike Adamson, 7/1/67 (19.291)…With Manny Machado, became the first pair of Orioles teammates to debut in same season by age 20 since 1964 (Paul Blair and Frank Bertaina)… Tossed scoreless ninth in home debut vs. TOR, 9/25…Named winner of Jim Palmer Award for Orioles Minor League Pitcher of the Year…Went a combined 9-3 with a 2.08 ERA (24 ER/103.2 IP) in 23 starts with three affiliates (119 K, 28 BB)…Named to the Carolina League mid-season All-Star team and tossed a scoreless inning, 6/19 in the Carolina/California League All-Star Game…Was named to the Baseball America Minor League All-Star Team…Named Orioles Minor League Pitcher of the Month in April (30.0 consecutive scoreless IP)…Began professional career with Class-A Delmarva, going 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA (30.0 IP), 40 strikeouts, and two walks in eight starts…Promoted to Frederick, where he went 6-3 with a 2.84 ERA (18 ER/57.0 IP), 66 strikeouts, and 18 walks in 12 starts…Won his Keys debut, 5/29 and was third on the club with six wins…Wrapped up his minor league season with Double-A Bowie, going 2-0 with a 3.24 ERA (6 ER/16.2 IP), 13 strikeouts, and eight walks in three starts… Earned the win (1 ER/6.0 IP, 7 K) in Game 1 of the Eastern League Playoffs over Akron, 9/5…Overall, held minor league hitters to a .186 average (67-for-361), with righties batting .165 (39-for-236)…Named the Orioles No. 1 prospect by Baseball America following the season. 2011: Selected by the Orioles with the fourth pick in the 2011 First-Year Player Draft…Named the Gatorade National Player of the Year…Went 11-0 with a 0.20 ERA, 158 strikeouts, and five walks in 71.0 innings in his senior season at Owasso (OK) High School…Batted .467 with 11 home runs and 54 RBI…Ranked the No. 2 prospect in the draft by Baseball America…Ranked the No. 4 prospect in the draft by ESPN.com and MLB.com…Signed a five-year Major League contract (beginning in 2012) on August 15…Did not pitch after signing. PERSONAL: Signed by scout Ernie Jacobs…Dylan’s older brother, Bobby, was an eighth round selection by the Orioles in the 2008 First-Year Player Draft.

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2012 Delmarva-1 1 0 0.00 8 8 0 0 0 30.0 5 2 0 0 2 2 0 40 1 0 Frederick 6 3 2.84 12 12 0 0 0 57.0 48 20 18 5 1 18 0 66 4 1 Bowie 2 0 3.24 3 3 0 0 0 16.2 14 7 6 1 0 8 0 13 1 0 BALTIMORE 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 1.2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2013 DID NOT PITCH - INJURED 2014 Aberdeen 0 1 0.60 3 3 0 0 0 15.0 10 1 1 0 0 3 0 22 1 0 Frederick 1 2 4.78 6 6 0 0 0 26.1 28 14 14 0 1 13 0 15 1 0 2015 Bowie 0 3 3.68 8 8 0 0 0 22.0 21 10 9 0 1 5 0 25 2 0 Minor Lg. Totals 10 9 2.59 40 40 0 0 0 167.0 126 54 48 6 5 49 0 181 10 1 BALTIMORE TOTALS 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 1.2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 American League 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 1.2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 ML TOTALS 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 1.2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1- Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 4 overall) of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft

DYLAN BUNDY

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2012 - 2 0 0 0 0 Totals - 2 0 0 0 0

Debut 09/23/12 08/09/12 05/28/05 09/09/99 09/03/96 04/29/82 08/10/81

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MOST RECENT TO DEBUT BEFORE 21 Player Pos Age DYLAN BUNDY P 19.313 MANNY MACHADO INF 20.034 Hayden Penn P 20.228 Matt Riley P 20.039 Eugene Kingsale OF 20.014 Storm Davis P 20.124 Cal Ripken, Jr. INF 20.351

OPPONENTS

YOUNGEST PLAYERS IN ORIOLE HISTORY YOUNGEST TO DEBUT BEFORE 21 Player Pos Age Debut Frank Zupo C 17.305 07/01/57 Ron Moeller P 17.330 09/08/56 George Werley P 18.021 09/29/56 Milt Pappas P 18.091 08/11/57 Bob Saverine INF 18.102 09/12/59

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FULL NAME: Christopher Lyn Davis BORN: March 17, 1986

OPENING DAY AGE: 30

BIRTHPLACE: Longview, TX

RESIDES: Dallas, TX

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2022 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 6.061 ACQUIRED: From Texas along with RHP Tommy Hunter in exchange for RHP Koji Uehara on July 30, 2011.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

CHRIS DAVIS

HITS: 4, eight times, last: 5/20/14 at PIT…RUNS: 4, 5/20/14 at PIT…DOUBLES: 3, 5/10/13 at MIN…TRIPLES: 1, four times, last: 9/21/13 at TB…HR: 3, twice, last: 5/20/14 at PIT…RBI: 5, six times, last: 7/28/15 vs. ATL…WALKS: 3, three times, last: 10/1/15 vs. TOR…HITTING STREAK: 11 games, twice, last: 6/20-7/1…WALKOFF HOME RUNS: 4, last: 9/2/15 vs. TB off Matt Andriese…GRAND SLAMS: 6, last: 8/5/15 at OAK off Arnold Leon.

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• Earned second Most Valuable Oriole Award, as voted on by local media • Led the majors in home runs (47), finished third in RBI (117), seventh in slugging percentage (.562), 13th in runs scored (100), and 10th in batting WAR (3.7) and 23rd in WAR (4.5) • His 47 home runs were the fourth-highest single-season total in club history (since 1954)...Became the first Oriole in club history to log two separate 40-homer seasons • Slugged his 200th career home run on 9/30 vs. TOR (GM 2)...Logged his 500th career RBI on 7/30 vs. DET • Hit a walk-off single in the 13th inning to give the Orioles a 6-5 victory 9/15 vs. BOS...Hit two walk-off home runs (8/15 vs. OAK, 9/2 vs. TB) • Led the Orioles in batting average (.293), on-base percentage (.409), and slugging percentage (.669) after the All-Star break (min. 237 plate appearances) • Led the club in home runs (28), RBI (65), walks (46), tied for first in doubles (16), and ranked second in hits (78) after the All-Star break • Entering 2016, ranks third on the Oriole Park all-time home runs list (95) and 10th on the Orioles all-time home runs list (161) • Became the first Oriole to post two separate 40-home run, 25-double seasons (also did so in 2013 with 53 HR, 42 doubles) • Is the fifth Oriole to hit at least 30 home runs in three separate seasons (also E. Murray, five seasons; R. Palmeiro, four seasons; B. Powell, four seasons; F. Robinson, three seasons) • Posted eight multi-homer games and has logged 15 multi-homer games in his career...Led the majors with eight multi-homer games • Posted a career-high tying 11-game hitting streak, 6/20-7/1, batting .341/.413/.683 (also 9/22-10/2/12) • Hit the 82nd Eutaw Street home run in the history of OPACY, 8/14 vs. OAK, his third of the season (also 4/29 vs. CWS, 6/16 vs. PHI)...It was the 34th by an Oriole • His eight career Eutaw Street home runs are the most by an individual player in Oriole Park history (surpassed Luke Scott’s six on 6/16 vs. PHI)

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Placed on the 15-day DL, retroactive to 4/26, with a left oblique strain...Reinstated from the DL on 5/11...Placed on the Paternity List, 5/25-27...Had a career-long 20-game streak of reaching base safely, 4/2-24, during which he batted .268/.393/.408... Notched his second career three-home run game on 5/20 at PIT (also 8/24/12 vs. TOR), collecting a career-high tying five RBI, joining Boog Powell and Eddie Murray (three) as the only players in club history with multiple three-homer games...It was the 19th three-home run game in Interleague Play history...Hit two Grand Slams, the first of which was his 100th career home run as an Oriole on 6/17 at TB...Hit his second career walk-off home run on 6/23 vs. CWS (also 5/14/09 vs. SEA) as a pinch hitter, giving the Orioles a 6-4 win...Was the Orioles first pinch-hit walk-off home run since Larry Sheets, 8/24/88 vs. SEA...It was the second pinch-hit home run of his career (also 9/10/10 at LAA)...On 7/7 vs. WAS, paired with J.J. Hardy to hit the Orioles first back-to-back home runs in extra innings since F. Robinson and Powell on 6/3/69 vs. OAK...Hit the 150th home run of his career on 8/8...On 8/25, joined Delmon Young and J.J. Hardy to hit back-to-back-to-back homers, the Orioles first since 5/10/12 vs. TEX (G1)...Suspended 25 games by Major League Baseball on 9/12 for testing positive for an amphetamine. 2013: Set Orioles franchise records and led the majors with 53 home runs, 96 extra-base hits, and 370 total bases and was named Most Valuable Oriole…Named to his first career AL All-Star Team and was the leading vote getter (8.2 million) among all players…Participated in the Home Run Derby at Citi Field…Won his first career Silver Slugger Award (as AL 1B) and was a

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finalist for the Gold Glove at first base for American Leaguers…Named AL Player of the Month for April (.348/.442/.728, 9 HR and 28 RBI in 27 games)…Won two AL Player of the Week Awards (4/1-7 and 5/27-6/2)…Led the majors in RBI (138), becoming the second Oriole to lead the majors (Miguel Tejada in 2004)…Became third Oriole to lead majors in extra-base hits, joining Frank Robinson (85 in 1966) and Cal Ripken, Jr. (85 in 1991)…His 96 extra-base hits tied for 29th in Major League history and he was the first player since Derrek Lee (99) in 2005 to record 96 or more extra-base hits in a season…Led the majors with 138 RBI, which was the fourth-most in a season in Orioles history behind Miguel Tejada’s 150 in 2004, Rafael Palmeiro’s 142 in 1996, and Jim Gentile’s 141 in 1961…Led the majors in homers and RBI, becoming the 39th player to accomplish the feat…Hit 28 home runs at Oriole Park, setting a franchise record, breaking Frank Robinson’s mark of most home runs at home in a season (27 homers at Memorial Stadium in 1966)…Led the majors in home runs with two strikes (19), tying Brady Anderson (1996) for the most in a season dating back to 1988, according to STATS, LLC…Set a club record with 199 strikeouts, topping Mark Reynolds’ 196 in 2011…Led the majors with 96 extra-base hits, finishing 21 ahead of second place Paul Goldschmidt and since 1871, only three other players have led the majors in extra-base hits by a margin of 21 or more: Babe Ruth (+36 in 1921), Stan Musial (+22 in 1948), and Albert Belle (+22 in 1995)…Became the third player in Major League history to hit 50 homers and 40 doubles in a season, joining Ruth (59 HR/44 doubles in 152 games in 1921) and Belle (52 HR/50 doubles for Cleveland in 143 games in 1995)…Became the fourth left-handed hitter in AL history to hit 53 or more homers and drive in 138 or more runs in the same season, joining Babe Ruth (1921, 1927, 1928), Ken Griffey, Jr. (1997, 1998) and Roger Maris (1961)…His 53 homers were 26thmost in baseball history and were the most in the majors since Jose Bautista hit 54 in 2010…Became the fifth player since 2003 to hit 53 or more, joining Bautista, Alex Rodriguez (54 in 2007), David Ortiz (54 in 2006), and Ryan Howard (58 in 2006)…His 50 home runs as a first baseman were the most in the AL since 1974 (according to STATS, LLC.)…24 of his 53 home runs either tied the game (five) or gave the Orioles the lead (19)…Hit 12 home runs on Wednesdays, tying him for second-most in a season with Roger Maris (1961) and Frank Thomas (2000) behind Tino Martinez (14 in 1997 for New York) for the most in AL history on Wednesdays (the MLB record for Wednesday homers is 19 by Jeff Bagwell in 1999)…Broke Rafael Palmeiro’s club mark for most homers in consecutive seasons (81 during the 1997-98 seasons) with 86 between the 2012-13 seasons…With his double on 9/11, became the first player in Orioles history to hit 40 homers and 40 doubles in the same season, the 36th 40-homer/40-double season in Major League history, and the 26th player to accomplish the feat…Became the 11th left-handed batter to go 40 homer/40 double, joining Carlos Delgado, Lou Gehrig, Shawn Green, Todd Helton, Chuck Klein, David Ortiz, Babe Ruth, Willie Stargell, Hal Trosky, and Larry Walker (Chipper Jones and Mark Teixeira did it as switch hitters). 2012: Set then career-highs in games (139), at-bats (515), runs (75), hits (139), home runs (team-leading 33), RBI (85), walks (37), and total bases (258) in his first full season with the Orioles…Made 137 total starts at first base (19-19), LF (6-5), RF (14-14), and DH (37-23)…Had never played the outfield in the majors until 2012…Named AL Co-Player of the Week with Justin Verlander for the week ending 9/30 (7 G, .423, 5 HR, 10 RBI)…Earned the win with 2.0 scoreless innings on 5/6 at BOS, becoming the first AL position player to earn a victory on the mound since Rocky Colavito, 8/25/68 (NYY-DET)…First player to bat 0-for-8 and earn the win in the same game since Rube Waddell on 7/4/1905…Had the Orioles first three-home run game, 8/24 vs. TOR, since Nick Markakis, 8/22/06 vs. MIN…Became the fourth player in Major League history with a three-home run game and pitching win in the same season (Guy Hecker, 1886 Louisville Colonels; Babe Ruth, 1930 New York Yankees; Jim Tobin, 1942 Boston Braves)… Posted career-best 11-game hit streak, 9/22-10/2, during which he batted .436 (17-for-39) with a 1.526 OPS…Hit home runs in six-straight games, 9/26-10/1, tying the club record set by Reggie Jackson, who hit seven home runs from 7/18-23/76…Joined Adam Jones with 30 or more home runs, the fifth pair of Orioles teammates to hit 30 or more home runs in the same season (sixth time in franchise history)…Hit 22 home runs at Camden Yards, the second highest single-season total in park history (Rafael Palmeiro, 25 in 1998)…Batted .393/.464/.902 in 17 games and set a new single-season club record vs. TOR with nine home runs…Hit 20 of his 33 home runs vs. AL East…Hit first career grand slam on 7/31 at NYY…Went 1-for-4 at TEX in the AL Wild Card Game…Batted .200 (4-for-20) with two RBI in five games of the ALDS vs. NYY. 2011: Acquired by the Orioles on 7/30 from the Texas Rangers along with RHP Tommy Hunter in exchange for RHP Koji Uehara…Homered in his second game for his first hit as an Oriole on 8/2 at KC off Everett Teaford…Posted a season-high three hits on 9/8 vs. NYY and 9/19 at BOS…Drove in a season-high three runs on 9/14 vs. TB…Struck out five times on 9/7 at NYY, the most by an Oriole since Phil Bradley on 9/7/89 at TEX…Appeared in 48 games for Triple-A Round Rock (TEX), batting .368 (71-for-193) with 14 doubles, a triple, 24 homers, and 66 RBI…Went 9-for-17 (.529) with two doubles, four homers, five runs scored, and 10 RBI in the first four games of the year for the Express…Had five multi-homer games for the Express, including a three-homer night on 4/9 vs. Iowa…Drove in four or more runs in a game five times, including five-RBI efforts on 4/9 vs. Iowa and 7/20 vs. New Orleans…Posted three six-game hitting streaks (5/24-29, 6/18-23, and 7/17-22)…Was 7-for-10 with four homers, six runs scored, and nine RBI in three games against Omaha, 6/18-20…Went 5-for-13 with four homers and eight RBI in three games 6/26-28 vs. Oklahoma City…In 21 June games, batted .361 (30-for-83) with 10 homers and 28 RBI for the Express…In 31 home games for the Express at Dell Diamond, hit .403 (50-for-124) with 20 homers and 52 RBI…Batted .417 (10-for-24) with RISP and two out for Round Rock. 2010: Was with Texas for three separate stints: Opening Day-4/22, 7/9-28, and 9/11-end of season…Did not appear on any of the Rangers’ postseason rosters…Spent the balance of the season with Triple-A Oklahoma City…With Texas, batted .192 (23for-120) with one home run and four RBI in 45 games…Appeared in each of the club’s first 15 games, including 12 starts at first base, batting .188 (9-for-48) with five doubles, two runs, and one RBI…Was sent to Triple-A on 4/23 when club promoted Justin Smoak…Was recalled on 7/9 when club traded Smoak to Seattle in the Cliff Lee deal, and batted .189 (10-for-53) in 16 games before he was sent back to Triple-A when club promoted Mitch Moreland and acquired Jorge Cantu from Florida…Started 15 straight games at first base, 7/10-28…Recalled for a final time one day after Oklahoma City was eliminated from postseason, and

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CHRIS DAVIS batted .211 (4-for-19) in 14 games in September…Season-long four-game hit streak, 7/22-25…Was 0-for-7 in 14-inning win on 7/19 at DET, just 10th player in club history to go hitless in at least seven at-bats in a game, first since Ramon Vazquez on 8/6/07 vs. OAK…Appeared mostly as a defensive replacement at first base in September, making three starts…His start on 9/22 at LAA was first since 7/28 vs. OAK…Hit first career pinch-hit homer on 9/20 at LAA, his first Major League home run since 10/1/09 at LAA off John Lackey…Snapped a stretch of 209 pinch at-bats by Texas batters since club’s last pinch-hit homer (Hank Blalock on 9/26/07 vs. LAA)…Had a .993 (2 E/293 TC) fielding pct. in 41 games/30 starts at first base and also played 2.0 innings at third base with one assist…With Oklahoma City, hit .327 (130-for-398) with 14 homers, 31 doubles, and 80 RBI in 103 games for the RedHawks…Had a .383 on-base pct. and .520 slugging mark…His .327 average ranked second in the Pacific Coast League, third-highest of any Triple-A batter behind only Albuquerque’s (LAD) John Lindsey at .353 and Gwinnett’s Barbaro Canizares (ATL) at .341…Was second-highest average among Texas minor league players, while his 80 RBI led the system and his 14 home runs were fifth-most…Led OKC in doubles, RBI, total bases (207), and OPS (.903), and ranked among team leaders in hits (second), home runs (second), and runs (third, 67)…Hit .353 (30-for-85) against left-handers and .319 (100-for-313) against right-handers…Played 56 games at third base, 37 at first base, five as DH, and four in left field…Hit .398 (47-for-118) with RISP… Batted .417 (5-for-12) with a homer, double, and two RBI in three postseason games, as RedHawks were swept in three straight against Memphis…Had a .982 (6 E/331 TC) fielding percentage at first base, .939 (8 E/132 TC) at third…Played in 25 games for Las Estrellas de Oriente in the Dominican Winter League from 11/18-12/20, appearing exclusively at first base and DH…Batted .279 (24-for-86) with six doubles, one triple, six homers, and 16 RBI…Hit .353 (12-for-34) over his first nine games, including a two-home run effort on 11/23 at Aguilas Cibaenas…Hit .322 (19-for-59) vs. RHP. 2009: Combined to hit .238 (93-for-391) with 21 home runs, 15 doubles, and 59 RBI in 113 games over two separate stints with Texas…Finished fifth on the club in homers and sixth in RBI…Batted .260 (70-for-269) with 17 home runs vs. right-handers, but .189 (23-for-122) vs. lefties…Had the seventh-most strikeouts in the AL at 150, eighth-highest total in Texas history and most since Dean Palmer struck out 154 times in 1993…Fanned for the 100th time in his 219th at bat on 6/20 at SF (10th inning, Brian Wilson), the fewest number of at-bats to reach 100 strikeouts in Major League history (according to the Elias Sports Bureau)… Detroit’s Melvin Nieves had held the previous distinction, recording his 100th strikeout in his 235th at bat in 1997…Had a pair of career-long seven-game hit streaks from 4/19-26 (.304) and 9/21-27 (.423)...Had first career multi-homer game on 5/26 vs. NYY (Chamberlain/Coke)...After his return on 8/25, topped the Rangers in average (.308), hits (41), RBI (26), and slugging (.496) over the rest of the season...Started 92 games at first base, 10 at third base, and four as the DH…Posted overall .995 (5 E/914 TC) fielding pct. and a .997 (3 E/895 TC) at first base, fifth-best among AL first basemen with a min. of 850 chances...All 10 starts at third came after Michael Young suffered a strained left hamstring on 9/1 vs. TOR (G2) that forced him to miss 22 of the team’s 23 games from 9/2-27...Received first career ejection from home plate umpire Eric Cooper on 4/28 vs. OAK after taking called third strike for second straight at-bat…Suffered strained left hamstring on 9/28 at LAA and missed the next two games, 9/29-30… Played with Oklahoma City from 7/6-8/24, batting .327 (54-for-165) with six home runs, 12 doubles, and 30 RBI over 44 games… Compiled a .939 OPS, .418 on-base percentage, and .521 slugging percentage in 194 plate appearances…Hit .357 (41-for-115) vs. RHP and .356 (16-for-45) with RISP…Reached safely in 23 straight from 7/29-8/22. 2008: Was recalled from Oklahoma City on 6/26 and went on to be selected as Rangers Rookie of the Year…Despite playing in just 80 games, ranked among Texas team leaders in homers (fourth, 17), RBI (sixth, 55), extra-base hits (tied for sixth, 42), runs (eighth, 51), and doubles (tied for eighth, 23)…Was the most RBI of any player in Rangers history to appear in less than 81 games in a season…Beginning on 6/26, ranked among overall AL leaders in extra-base hits (tied for sixth), slugging (eighth, .549), home runs (tied for eighth), doubles (tied for 10th), and RBI (tied for 10th)…Led all Rangers in each of those five categories as well as total bases (162) over that span…Started 46 games at first base and 31 at third base…Made his Major League debut as a pinch-hitter on 6/26 at HOU and singled to third on the first pitch of first career plate appearance vs. Oscar Villarreal…Became first batter in Texas history to hit home runs in each of two career starts, 6/27 and 6/29 vs. Philadelphia...Opened his career with a six-game hitting streak from 6/26-7/2, tied for second-longest to begin a career in Texas history…Had four straight multi-hit games, 7/22-26…Hit 10th career home run on 7/26 at OAK in 25th game, becoming the first player to hit 10 home runs within his first 25 career games since the Yankees’ Kevin Maas, 6/29-8/2/90…Was the fewest games to reach 10 home runs in Rangers history…Batted a combined .333 (99-for-297) with 23 home runs, 21 doubles, and 73 RBI in 77 games for Double-A Frisco and Triple-A Oklahoma before his recall…Moved to first base after playing exclusively at third in first two professional seasons…At the time promotion to Texas, led all minor league players in runs (68) and had second-most RBI and total bases (191)…Was selected as a member of the U.S. Team for the XM All-Star Futures Game at Yankee Stadium but was replaced after his Major League promotion…Led all qualifying Major League rookies in slugging at .549 and ranked among overall AL rookie leaders in home runs (third), RBI (fourth), extra-base hits (fifth), doubles (sixth), average (sixth, .285), runs (10th, 51), and hits (10th, 84)...During his stint in the big leagues beginning on 6/26, he led all Major League rookies in extra-base hits (42), doubles (23), and total bases (162)…Tied for overall rookie lead in home runs and RBI…Overall, had the sixth-highest homer and RBI totals for a Rangers rookie…His at-bat-per-home run run ratio (17.35) was the best by any rookie in team history with at least 50 games…Averaged an RBI every 5.36 at-bats, best ever by Texas rookie with at least 200 plate appearances…Named AL Rookie of the Month for July after batting .303 (30-for-99) in 25 games…Led all rookies with eight home runs in July, and tied for rookie lead with 16 RBI. 2007: Named Rangers Tom Grieve Minor League Player of the Year after combining to bat .297 with 36 home runs and 118 RBI with Class A Advanced-A Bakersfield and Frisco in second professional season…Ranked second among all minor league players in both home runs and RBI…Placed among overall minor league leaders in total bases (fifth, 296) and slugging (10th, .598)… Recorded a 35-game hit streak while with Bakersfield, tying a California League record…Ranked fourth in the California League in slugging (.573) and homers (24-tied)…Led the club in home runs, RBI, and doubles despite missing the last month-plus of the

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PITCHING CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP 2012 BALTIMORE 1 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 BALTIMORE TOTALS 1 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 American League 1 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 ML Totals 1 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 2.0

H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0

WILD CARD YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 BAL vs. TEX .250 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 .250 .250 Totals .250 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 .250 .250 DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 BAL vs. NYY .200 5 20 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 6 0 0 0 .200 .273 Totals .200 5 20 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 6 0 0 0 .200 .273 ALL-STAR GAME YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2013 AL at NYM .333 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .333 .333 Totals .333 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .333 .333

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2006 Spokane-1 .277 69 253 38 70 18 1 15 42 0 1 3 23 2 65 2 3 4 .534 .343 2007 Bakersfield .298 99 386 69 115 28 3 24 93 0 5 5 22 2 123 3 3 8 .573 .340 Frisco .294 30 109 21 32 7 0 12 25 0 1 1 13 1 27 0 0 0 .688 .371 2008 Frisco .333 46 186 43 62 14 0 13 42 0 2 1 13 2 44 5 1 3 .618 .376 Oklahoma .333 31 111 25 37 7 1 10 31 0 2 1 13 1 29 2 0 3 .685 .402 TEXAS .285 80 295 51 84 23 2 17 55 0 1 1 20 1 88 1 2 5 .549 .331 2009 Oklahoma .327 44 165 27 54 12 1 6 30 0 2 2 25 2 39 0 1 7 .521 .418 TEXAS .238 113 391 48 93 15 1 21 59 0 2 2 24 2 150 0 0 6 .442 .284 2010 Oklahoma .327 103 398 67 130 31 2 14 80 0 6 3 37 4 105 3 2 7 .520 .383 TEXAS .192 45 120 7 23 9 0 1 4 0 1 0 15 3 40 3 0 3 .292 .279 2011 Round Rock .368 48 193 39 71 14 1 24 66 0 3 3 11 2 58 1 0 0 .824 .405 TEXAS .250 28 76 9 19 3 0 3 6 0 0 0 5 0 24 0 0 2 .408 .296 Bowie-2 .500 2 6 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 .667 .625 BALTIMORE .276 31 123 16 34 9 0 2 13 0 0 0 6 1 39 1 0 2 .398 .310 2012 BALTIMORE .270 139 515 75 139 20 0 33 85 0 3 7 37 6 169 2 3 8 .501 .326 2013 BALTIMORE .286 160 584 103 167 42 1 53 138 0 7 10 72 12 199 4 1 4 .634 .370 2014 Bowie .250 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .250 .250 BALTIMORE .196 127 450 65 88 16 0 26 72 1 5 9 60 9 173 2 1 2 .404 .300 2015 BALTIMORE .262 160 573 100 150 31 0 47 117 0 5 8 84 6 208 2 3 6 .562 .361 Minor Lg. Totals .318 473 1811 332 575 132 9 118 409 0 22 20 158 16 494 16 10 32 .596 .374 BALTIMORE Totals .257 618 2249 359 579 119 1 161 425 1 20 34 259 34 789 11 8 23 .526 .340 American League .255 883 3127 474 797 168 4 203 549 1 24 37 323 40 1090 15 10 38 .506 .330 ML Totals .255 883 3127 474 797 168 4 203 549 1 24 37 323 40 1090 15 10 38 .506 .330

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season…Had five multi-homer games, including four home runs in span of two games 6/27-28…Played in California/Carolina League All-Star Game on 6/19 at Stockton…Was promoted to Frisco on 7/30…Had two home runs on 8/10 vs. Tulsa…Ranked second in Texas League with 11 home runs and 25 RBI in August, earning Rangers Minor League Player of the Month honors… Hit .333 with two doubles in Texas League playoffs…Played for Surprise Rafters in Arizona Fall League, going 3-for-13 with a home run and two RBI in four games. 2006: Ranked among Northwest League leaders in extra base hits (second, 34), home runs (third, 15), slugging (fourth, .534), and doubles (tied for fourth, 18) in his first professional season at Short-Season A Spokane…Led the Indians in games, at-bats, runs, hits, doubles, home runs, and RBI…Named to the Topps and Baseball America’s Short Season/Rookie All-Star Teams at first base…Received Northwest League post-season All-Star honors as the designated hitter…Posted a season-high 19-game hit streak, the second longest in the NWL, from 7/14-8/3…Named the organization’s Minor League Player of the Month for July, batting .343 (34-for-99) with 11 doubles, 10 home runs, and 25 RBI…Hit three home runs on 7/21 at Vancouver. PERSONAL: Originally selected by the Yankees in 50th round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft out of Longview (TX) High School, but did not sign…Selected in 35th round of the 2005 First-Year Player Draft by the Angels, but did not sign…Selected by Texas in the fifth round of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft…Attended Navarro College in Corsicana, TX and ranked among national junior college leaders with 17 home runs in 2006…Named 2006 Baseball America JUCO Preseason All-American and 2006 Region XIV East Zone MVP…Played in Texas Collegiate Summer League in 2005…Has participated in the BARCS pet calendar initiative…Has continued to support numerous military programs…Is a supporter of the Casey Cares Foundation, an organization that provides ongoing, uplifting programs with a special touch to critically ill children and their families…Married, wife’s name is Jill…The couple has a daughter, Ella.

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FIELDING 1B PCT G PO A E DP 3B PCT G PO A E DP OF PCT G PO A E DP 2008 .997 51 358 34 1 52 2008 .962 32 31 44 3 5 2012 .977 41 82 3 2 0 2009 .997 100 845 47 3 82 2009 .895 11 9 8 2 1 2015 1.000 30 39 2 0 0 2010 .993 41 269 22 2 27 2010 1.000 1 0 1 0 0 Totals .984 71 121 5 2 0 2011 1.000 31 231 9 0 25 2011 .860 26 14 35 8 5 2012 .989 38 342 28 4 37 2014 .886 21 9 22 4 3 P PCT G PO A E DP 2013 .996 155 1339 75 6 153 Totals .911 91 63 110 17 14 2012 - 1 0 0 0 0 2014 .996 115 909 52 4 97 Totals - 1 0 0 0 0 2015 .997 111 882 53 3 77 Totals .996 642 5175 320 23 550

ORIOLES SILVER SLUGGER AWARD WINNERS The Orioles set a club record with three Silver Slugger Award winners in 2013.

The Silver Slugger Award was created in 1980.

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Year Winner 1983 Eddie Murray Cal Ripken, Jr. 1984 Eddie Murray Cal Ripken, Jr. 1985 Cal Ripken, Jr. 1986 Cal Ripken, Jr. 1989 Cal Ripken, Jr. Mickey Tettleton

Pos 1B SS 1B SS SS SS SS CA

Year Winner 1991 Cal Ripken, Jr. 1993 Cal Ripken, Jr. 1994 Cal Ripken, Jr. 1996 Roberto Alomar 1998 Rafael Palmeiro 2004 Miguel Tejada Melvin Mora

Pos SS SS SS 2B 1B SS 3B

Year Winner Pos 2005 Miguel Tejada SS 2008 Aubrey Huff DH 2013 CHRIS DAVIS 1B J.J. HARDY SS ADAM JONES CF

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FULL NAME: Odrisamer Orue Despaigne BORN: April 4, 1987

OPENING DAY AGE: 29

BIRTHPLACE: Havana, Cuba

RESIDES: Miramar, FL

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Set career-highs in almost every category, including wins (five), losses (nine), games (34), games started (18), innings pitched (125.2 IP), and strikeouts (69) • Posted a 5-9 record with a 5.80 ERA (81 ER/125.2 IP) and 69 strikeouts and 32 walks while limiting the opposition to a .287 batting average in 34 games (18 starts) for the Padres • Made the first relief appearances of his career...Posted a 7.30 ERA (20 ER/24.2 IP) in 16 games out of the bullpen compared to a 5.44 ERA (61 ER/101.0 IP) as a starter • Began the season in the bullpen, making his first appearance of the season on 4/9 vs. SF in the third inning in relief of an injured Ian Kennedy and threw 4.2 perfect innings, the longest perfect outing by a reliever in team history and the longest by a Major League relief pitcher since Pittsburgh’s Vin Mazzaro went 5.0 perfect frames on 6/30/13 vs. MIL • On two occasions, appeared in a single series as both a starter and a reliever: 4/20 (start) and 4/23 (relief) at COL and 9/11 (relief) and 9/13 (start) at SF...The last Padres pitcher to appear in two separate series in the same season as both a starter and a reliever was Andy Hawkins during the 1983 season...Hawkins started a game for the Padres on 6/24/83 at SF and entered the game in relief on 6/26 (GM1) and started a game on 8/30/83 at PHI (GM1) and entered the game the following day on 8/31 as a reliever • Prior to Despaigne, the last Major League pitcher to twice in one season make both a start and a relief appearance in a single series was Montreal’s Sun Woo Kim during the 2004 season...Kim started the game on 6/28/04 at PHI and entered a game in relief on 7/1 and also entered a game in relief on 8/6 at HOU and started two days later on 8/8 • Posted a 17.0-inning scoreless streak from 5/21-31, a span of three appearances (two starts), the longest scoreless streak by a Padres pitcher in 2015

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LONGEST OUTING: 8.0 innings, 5/31/15 vs. PIT…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 9, 8/27/14 vs. MIL…WALK HIGH: 5, 7/26/14 at ATL…HR ALLOWED: 2, five times, last: 7/21/15 vs. SF…WINNING STREAK: 3 games, 9/19/14-4/20/15…LOSING STREAK: 4 games, 6/7-7/21/15.

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ACQUIRED: From San Diego in exchange for minor league RHP Jean Cosme on February 4, 2016.

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2014: Signed with the Padres as a non-drafted free agent on 5/2, beginning his career with 16 starts after making seven starts between Double-A San Antonio and Triple-A El Paso...Made his Major League debut on 6/23 at SF, earning the win after working 7.0 shutout innings...According to STATS, INC., was the seventh Major Leaguer since 1914 to pitch 7.0-or-more shutout innings and not allow a walk in his Major League debut...Was the fourth pitcher in Padres franchise history to pitch 7.0-or-more shutout innings in his Major League debut, joining Ricky Bones on 8/11/91 (7.0 IP), Eric Nolte on 8/1/87 (7.0 IP), and Jimmy Jones on 9/21/86 (9.0 IP)...Became the second Cuban-born pitcher to ever appear in a game for the Padres (Eddie Oropesa, 16 games in 2004) and the first to ever make a start...His debut with starting catcher Yasmani Grandal was the first time since 6/13/69 that a Major League team started an all Cuban-born battery, according to the Elias Sports Bureau...RHP Camilo Pascual and C Paul Casanova were the last such to do so for the Washington Senators…Over his 16 Major League starts, went 4-7 with a 3.36 ERA (36 ER/96.1 IP) and 65 strikeouts with 32 walks...Became the seventh player in Padres franchise history to earn a winning decision in each of his first two career appearances, joining Mike Thompson (2006), Oliver Perez (2002), Brian Tollberg in (2000), Joey Hamilton (1994), Larry Hardy (1974) and Dave Freisleben (1974), becoming the sixth starting pitcher in Padres franchise history to do so…Over his eight starts at Petco Park, went 3-1 with a 1.83 ERA (11 ER/54.0 IP), 39 strikeouts, and 16 walks while limiting opponents to a .188 average...With his first home start for the Padres on 6/29 vs. ARI, his home ERA in that time ranked sixth among qualifying National League starters (min. 45.0 IP)...Among NL rookies with at least 96.1 innings pitched, his 3.36 ERA and .237 opponents average ranked second-best...On 7/20 vs. NYM, tossed 7.2 innings of no-hit baseball before allowing a double to Daniel Murphy in the eighth, the longest no-hit bid by the Padres since Aaron Harang, Josh Spence, Chad Qualls, and Mike Adams combined to throw 8.2 no-hit innings on 7/9/11 at LAD...Was the longest individual no-hit effort for the Padres since Chris Young also went 7.2 no-hit innings 9/7/08 at MIL before Gabe Kapler homered with two-outs in the

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eighth inning...Worked 6.0-plus innings and allowed one run-or-less in his first three starts (6/23-7/5), becoming the first starting pitcher in Padres history to do so and 11th Major Leaguer since 1914 to do so...Began his career by working 6.0-plus innings and allowing two earned runs or fewer in five of his first six starts, becoming the first pitcher in Padres history to do so and 16th National League pitcher since 1914 to do so. CUBAN CAREER: Played professionally for the Havana Industriales of Cuba’s Serie Nacional for eight seasons prior to signing with the Padres...Posted a career 61-43 record with a 3.55 ERA (378 ER/957.1 IP) and 684 strikeouts against 390 walks in 213 games. PERSONAL: Originally signed by the San Diego Padres as a non-drafted free agent on 5/2/14...Pronounced oh-DREE-sahmer deh-SPAWN-yay...Married, wife’s name is Arlenys.

ODRISAMER DESPAIGNE 2015 IN REVIEW

YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2005 Industriales 3 1 3.86 23 1 0 0 1 60.2 64 34 26 4 7 29 1 34 5 0 2006 Industriales 5 2 2.77 28 0 0 0 6 65.0 70 22 20 4 6 22 6 37 3 0 2007 Industriales 3 5 3.78 34 0 0 0 10 83.1 78 42 35 3 8 26 6 47 5 0 2008 Industriales 6 6 4.83 28 9 2 0 1 100.2 113 56 54 8 7 47 9 79 8 0 2009 Industriales 10 7 4.30 20 20 0 0 0 117.1 116 63 56 7 15 55 4 106 4 0 2010 Industriales 8 8 4.71 21 21 2 0 0 130.0 143 87 68 13 14 62 5 96 6 0 2011 Industriales 13 8 2.60 24 24 2 1 0 169.1 131 56 49 6 17 66 2 128 14 0 2012 Industriales 10 5 3.27 23 23 2 1 0 143.0 139 61 52 6 8 53 8 98 8 1 2014 San Antonio-1 0 0 1.17 2 2 0 0 0 7.2 4 1 1 0 1 5 0 12 0 0 El Paso 1 3 7.61 5 5 0 0 0 23.2 36 20 20 3 1 13 0 29 1 0 SAN DIEGO 4 7 3.36 16 16 0 0 0 96.1 85 44 36 6 5 32 0 65 0 0 2015 SAN DIEGO 5 9 5.80 34 18 0 0 0 125.2 142 82 81 17 9 32 3 69 7 0 Minor Lg. Totals 1 3 6.03 7 7 0 0 0 31.1 40 21 21 3 2 18 0 41 1 0 Cuba Totals 58 42 3.73 201 98 8 2 18 869.1 854 421 360 51 82 360 41 625 53 1 National League 9 16 4.74 50 34 0 0 0 222.0 227 126 117 23 14 64 3 134 7 0 ML Totals 9 16 4.74 50 34 0 0 0 222.0 227 126 117 23 14 64 3 134 7 0 1- Signed by San Diego as a non-drafted free agent on May 2, 2014

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FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2014 .889 16 7 17 3 0 2015 1.000 34 5 30 0 0 Totals .952 50 12 47 3 0

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FULL NAME: Oliver Gardner Drake BORN: January 13, 1987

OPENING DAY AGE: 29

BIRTHPLACE: Worcester, MA

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LONGEST OUTING: 3.0 innings, 5/23/15 at MIA…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 3, 9/4/15 at TOR…WALK HIGH: 3, 5/28/15 vs. CWS…HR ALLOWED: 1, 5/31/15 vs. TB…WINNING STREAK: None…LOSING STREAK: None

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Named the Orioles co-2015 Jim Palmer Minor League Pitcher of the Year, along with Mychal Givens • Made four stints with the Orioles, his most recent 9/15-end of the season • Did not allow an earned run over his final five appearances with the Orioles (2 ER/5.0 IP) from 9/16-end of the season • Went 23-for-23 in save opportunities and posted a 0.82 ERA (4 ER/44.0 IP) with 66 strikeouts in 42 games with Triple-A Norfolk...Was selected to the Triple-A All-Star Game • Finished second in the International League and led all Orioles minor leaguers with 23 saves...Ranked tied for fourth among International League pitchers with 34 games finished • Named an International League post-season All-Star...Rated by Baseball America as the best reliever in the International League • Posted a 26-game scoreless streak, 4/27-8/6 with Norfolk (26.0 IP)...Made his Major League debut on 5/23 at MIA (3.0 scoreless IP) • Entering the 2016 season, is ranked as the No. 21 prospect in the Orioles organization by Baseball America and the No. 22 O’s prospect, according to MLB.com

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2014: Led the Eastern League in games finished (47) and was tied for second in appearances (50)...His 31 saves were the second-most in franchise history and led the Eastern League...Converted his final 23 save opportunities...Posted a 15-game scoreless streak, 5/22-6/30, spanning 15.2 innings and including 11 saves...Saved 10 games and did not allow a run over 12 June appearances...Posted a 2.45 ERA (10 ER/36.2 IP) with 22 saves prior to the All-Star break...Pitched to a 1.32 ERA (4 ER/27.1 IP) on the road, including 22 saves...Was named to the Eastern League post-season All-Star Team...Rated by Baseball America following the season as the best reliever in the Eastern League. 2013: Was third on the team in saves (eight)…Struck out three over 2.0 perfect innings on 7/6 at Harrisburg...Struck out three batters in seven of his 19 appearances…Earned saves in three consecutive appearances, 6/21-29. 2012: Started three games for Double-A Bowie, all three were Quality Starts. 2011: Pitched four complete games, including one shutout, in 25 starts between Class A-Advanced Frederick and Double-A Bowie...Named Carolina League Pitcher of the Week, 6/27-7/4…Had a 0.99 WHIP in 96.2 innings pitched with Frederick…Struck out a season-high 10 on 5/25 vs. Wilmington...Had nine Quality Starts for Frederick, including each of his final six outings...Posted a 0.92 ERA (5 ER/48.2 IP) in those starts, lowering his season ERA from 3.38 to 2.14...Was 5-1 with a 1.58 ERA (9 ER/51.1 IP) and 49 strikeouts in seven home starts for Frederick. 2010: Finished second on the Keys in games started (21) and innings pitched (128.0)...Struck out a career-high 11 batters on 8/13 against Winston-Salem. 2009: Tied for the Shorebirds lead in wins (eight)...Finished second on the club in strikeouts (104)...Allowed two earned runs or fewer in eight of his first 10 starts of the season. 2008: Pitched to a 0.87 ERA after being promoted to Aberdeen. PERSONAL: Attended the Naval Academy, majoring in quantitative economics...Earned four letters in baseball and three in hockey in high school…Signed by Orioles scout Dean Albany.

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ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the 43rd round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft.

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MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.048

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2008 Bluefield-1 1 0 0.77 7 0 0 0 0 11.2 7 2 1 1 0 2 0 11 0 0 Aberdeen 0 0 0.87 5 0 0 0 1 10.1 9 3 1 0 1 1 0 13 2 0 2009 Delmarva 8 9 4.34 25 24 0 0 0 130.2 138 72 63 6 4 42 1 104 9 1 2010 Frederick 6 6 4.36 24 21 0 0 0 128.0 135 70 62 19 6 37 0 100 5 0 2011 Norfolk 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 Frederick 8 3 2.14 14 13 2 1 0 96.2 78 27 23 1 4 18 1 80 6 0 Bowie 3 5 5.20 12 12 2 0 0 64.0 77 39 37 8 4 24 0 47 3 0 2012 Bowie 1 1 1.50 3 3 0 0 0 18.0 8 4 3 1 1 4 0 15 0 0 2013 Bowie 3 0 1.74 19 0 0 0 8 31.0 19 8 6 1 1 13 0 38 1 0 2014 Bowie 2 4 3.08 50 0 0 0 31 52.2 41 19 18 2 0 17 0 71 4 0 2015 Norfolk 1 2 0.82 42 0 0 0 23 44.0 23 4 4 1 0 16 0 66 2 0 BALTIMORE 0 0 2.87 13 0 0 0 0 15.2 16 7 5 1 0 9 0 17 3 0 Minor Lg. Totals 32 28 3.53 160 73 4 1 40 545.0 513 244 214 39 21 159 2 481 30 1 BALTIMORE TOTALS 0 0 2.87 13 0 0 0 0 15.2 16 7 5 1 0 9 0 17 3 0 American League 0 0 2.87 13 0 0 0 0 15.2 16 7 5 1 0 9 0 17 3 0 ML Totals 0 0 2.87 13 0 0 0 0 15.2 16 7 5 1 0 9 0 17 3 0

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1- Selected by the Orioles in the 43rd round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2015 1.000 13 1 3 0 0 Totals 1.000 13 1 3 0 0

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FULL NAME: Ryan Edward Flaherty BORN: July 27, 1986

OPENING DAY AGE: 29

BIRTHPLACE: Portland, ME

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ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles from the Chicago Cubs in the Rule 5 Draft on December 8, 2011.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS HITS: 4, 9/10/14 at BOS…RUNS: 3, twice, last: 6/16/15 vs. PHI…DOUBLES: 1, 36 times, last: 10/4/15 vs. NYY… TRIPLES: 1, five times, last: 6/21/15 at TOR…HOME RUNS: 2, twice, last: 9/25/13 vs. TOR…RBI: 5, 9/28/12 vs. BOS…WALKS: 2, eight times, last: 9/16/14 vs. TOR…STOLEN BASES: 1, four times, last: 7/12/14 vs. NYY…HITTING STREAK: 8 games, 6/18-29/13…LEADOFF HOME RUNS: 1, 5/10/12 (GM1) vs. TEX off Colby Lewis…GRAND SLAMS: 1, 9/28/12 vs. BOS off Aaron Cook

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2014: Made the Opening Day roster and spent the entire season with the Orioles, setting then career-highs in games (102), plate appearances (312), runs (33), hits (62), doubles (15), RBI (32), walks (22), and total bases (100), playing 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, and the OF...Snapped season-opening 0-for-17 with ninth-inning single on 4/6 at DET...Also began the 2013 season 0-for-hisfirst-17...Set a career-high with four hits, going 4-for-5 with a double and two RBI on 9/10 at BOS...Collected two hits in the third inning on 9/10 at BOS, becoming the third Orioles hitter in 2014 to accomplish the feat...Tripled for the first time since 9/22/12, going 2-for-5, with a triple, home run, and tied his season-high with three RBI on 8/31 vs. MIN...Played in all seven postseason games, batting .286/.400/.429 with a home run and four RBI in 25 plate appearances...Homered in Game 4 of the ALCS, accounting for the only Orioles run with a solo shot off of Jason Vargas in the third inning. 2013: Had three stints with the Orioles; 3/31-5/18, 5/29-8/27, and 9/3-end of the season…Made his second straight Opening Day roster…Had career-high eight-game hit streak, 6/18-29, batting .483 (14-for-29) with a walk, four home runs, six runs, and nine RBI…Hit streak included six multi-hit games…Collected first career multi-home run game and season-high three RBI on 6/23 at TOR…Batted .242/.333/.500 in 75 plate appearances in the second half of the season…Had a then-career-high three hits, 8/2 vs. SEA…Collected first two-hit game of the season, 5/29 vs. WAS after being recalled earlier in the day…Hit first home run of the season, 4/13 at NYY (Hughes)…Snapped a 0-for-17 streak to begin season, 4/10 at BOS, with a two-out ninth-inning single that started a four-run rally in the Orioles comeback win. 2012: Made Opening Day roster and stayed with the team all season after being selected from Chicago Cubs in the Rule 5 Draft in December…Made starts at 2B (14-6), 3B (4-3), LF (3-3), and RF (5-4)…Led off with his first Major League home run on 5/10 vs. TEX (G1), the start of the Orioles going back-to-back-to-back to begin the game for the first time in AL history…Hit first career grand slam and had career-high five RBI, 9/28 vs. BOS…Homered in consecutive games, 7/20-21 at CLE…Had first Major League stolen base, 6/29 vs. CLE…Had season-long six-game hit streak, 6/28-7/5, batting .389/.421/.556 in 19 plate appearances…Collected first Major League hit and RBI, 4/26 vs. TOR…Made first Major League start, 4/15 at TOR, going 0-for3 at 2B…Made Major League debut, 4/7 vs. MIN (defensive replacement at 3B)…Hit .308/.400/.577 with four XBH and seven RBI in 10 games (seven starts) vs. BOS…Had a .773 OPS after the All-Star break (28 G)…On DL, 8/2-24 (bacterial infection)… Reinstated from DL, 8/24…Batted .289/.341/.526 in nine rehab games with Norfolk…Went 1-for-3 in AL Wild Card Game at TEX, becoming the first Rule 5 pick to play in a postseason game in the season immediately following his selection since Chad Fonville with the Dodgers in 1995 (selected in Rule 5 by Montreal, claimed by Dodgers on waivers in May)…Played three games vs. NYY in the ALDS, going 2-for-8 and becoming the first Oriole rookie to homer in a postseason game when he took Hiroki Kuroda deep in the third inning of Game 3 at NYY.

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Homered at five different positions (1B, 2B, SS, 3B, and RF)...Started at six different positions (1B, 2B, SS, 3B, LF, and RF) • Made his first Major League start in left field since 9/1/12 on 9/26 at BOS and made his first Major League start in right field since 7/5/12 on 7/23 at WAS • Snapped a 0-for-34 stretch on 8/20 vs. MIN with a single in the eighth inning...Was the longest hitless stretch in terms of at-bats by an Oriole (since 1974) • Logged the 100th RBI of his career with a two-run home run on 7/22 at NYY • Hit the eighth home run of the game on 6/16 vs. PHI, to set a new club record for homers in a single game • Tripled in consecutive games for the first time in his career, 6/1-2 at HOU...He became the first Oriole to triple in consecutive games since Felix Pie (9/29 and 10/1/10) • Hit .300 (9-for-30) with three doubles, two home runs, four RBI, and four runs scored in April (nine games)

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2011: Split the season between Double-A Tennessee (83 G) and Triple-A Iowa (49 G)…Batted a combined .280/.347/.478 with 53 extra-base hits and 88 RBI…Hit .305/.384/.523 with 36 XBH and 66 RBI for Tennessee to start the season…Hit safely in season-high nine games, 5/15-24, raising average from .296 to .327…Appeared defensively at 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, LF, and RF…Batted .350/.407/.675 in 80 at-bats in April (23 G)…Hit .365/.427/.656 in 96 at-bats with RISP, collecting 53 RBI in those situations…Collected eight three-hit games with Tennessee…Hit two home runs on 4/16 vs. Montgomery…Promoted to Triple-A Iowa on 7/14…Batted .294/.333/.431 in 51 at-bats vs. left-handers with Iowa. 2010: Selected by Baseball America as the ninth-best prospect in the Cubs organization heading into the season. 2009: Selected by Baseball America as the eighth-best prospect in the Cubs organization heading into the season…His 20 home runs led the Cubs farm system while his 81 RBI ranked third. 2008: Named to the Northwest League All-Star Game East squad…Finished third in the league with 29 extra-base hits and a .511 slugging percentage. PERSONAL: Graduated from Deering (ME) High School where he played quarterback on Deering’s 2003 Class A state champions (13-0)…Attended Vanderbilt University (TN)…Originally selected by Cubs in first round (No. 41 overall) of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft…Signed by Cubs scout Antonio Grissom…Oldest son of long-time University of Southern Maine coach Ed Flaherty…Engaged, fiance’s name is Ashley.

RYAN FLAHERTY 2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS

YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2008 Boise-1 .297 56 219 39 65 19 2 8 26 1 0 1 24 1 51 4 2 2 .511 .369 2009 Peoria .276 131 485 81 134 24 5 20 81 2 4 2 50 0 98 7 6 9 .470 .344 2010 Daytona .286 108 420 65 120 34 3 9 63 1 9 4 41 2 74 6 3 10 .445 .348 Tennessee .183 23 71 10 13 2 0 1 9 0 2 1 10 2 12 1 0 0 .254 .286 2011 Tennessee .305 83 302 52 92 20 2 14 66 0 2 0 40 2 55 4 6 12 .523 .384 Iowa .237 49 173 22 41 11 1 5 22 2 1 0 10 0 44 1 0 8 .399 .277 2012 BALTIMORE-2 .216 77 153 15 33 2 1 6 19 3 1 3 6 0 43 1 0 3 .359 .258 2013 Delmarva .250 2 8 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 .375 .250 Frederick .286 2 7 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 .714 .286 Norfolk .265 8 34 4 9 1 0 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 0 .471 .286 BALTIMORE .224 85 246 28 55 11 0 10 27 1 0 5 19 3 62 2 0 2 .390 .293 2014 BALTIMORE .221 102 281 33 62 15 1 7 32 3 1 5 22 2 68 1 0 3 .356 .288 2015 Bowie .333 3 12 2 4 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 .667 .385 Norfolk .000 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 .000 .333 BALTIMORE .202 91 267 34 54 8 3 9 31 2 2 4 26 2 81 0 0 8 .356 .281 Minor Lg Totals .278 476 1774 283 493 114 14 63 282 6 19 9 182 7 358 23 17 43 .464 .345 BALTIMORE TOTALS .215 355 947 110 204 36 5 32 109 9 4 17 73 7 254 4 0 16 .356 .282 American League .215 355 947 110 204 36 5 32 109 9 4 17 73 7 254 4 0 16 .356 .282 ML Totals .215 355 947 110 204 36 5 32 109 9 4 17 73 7 254 4 0 16 .356 .282 1- Selected by the Cubs in the first round (No. 41 overall) of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft 2- Selected by the Orioles in the Rule 5 Draft on December 8, 2011

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WILD CARD YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 BAL vs. TEX .333 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .333 .333 Totals .333 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .333 .333 DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 BAL vs. NYY .250 3 8 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .625 .250 2014 BAL vs. DET .222 3 9 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 .222 .300 Totals .235 6 17 3 4 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 .412 .278 CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2014 BAL vs. KC .333 4 12 2 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 0 5 0 0 0 .583 .467 Totals .333 4 12 2 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 0 5 0 0 0 .583 .467 FIELDING 1B PCT G PO A E DP 2012 1.000 3 3 0 0 1 2013 1.000 4 26 0 0 1 2014 1.000 3 12 0 0 1 2015 1.000 11 92 2 0 8 Totals 1.000 21 133 2 0 11

3B PCT G PO A E DP 2012 .941 17 2 14 1 1 2013 1.000 7 5 7 0 1 2014 .936 43 13 60 5 7 2015 .957 8 3 19 1 3 Totals .946 75 23 100 7 12

2B PCT G PO A E DP 2012 .989 28 36 56 1 13 2013 .993 65 105 176 2 52 2014 .986 30 47 91 2 17 2015 .995 56 88 132 1 35 Totals .992 179 276 455 6 117

SS PCT G PO A E DP 2012 - 1 0 0 0 0 2013 1.000 9 4 8 0 3 2014 .965 29 32 51 3 10 2015 1.000 15 17 17 0 6 Totals .977 54 53 76 3 19

OF PCT G PO A E DP 2012 .964 24 27 0 1 0 2014 - 2 0 0 0 0 2015 1.000 6 7 0 0 0 Totals .971 32 34 0 1 0

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FULL NAME: Yovani Gallardo BORN: February 27, 1986 OPENING DAY AGE: 30 BIRTHPLACE: Penjamillo, Michoacan, Mexico RESIDES: Fort Worth, TX CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017 MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 8.108 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles to a two-year contract with a club option for 2018 on February 25, 2016.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS LONGEST OUTING: 9.0 innings, four times, last: 4/5/11 vs. ATL…LOW-HIT GAME (CG): 2, 4/5/11 vs. ATL…LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 4.2 innings, 7/14/07 vs. COL…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 14, 7/15/12 vs. PIT…WALK HIGH: 6, three times, last: 5/14/12 at NYM…HR ALLOWED: 4, twice, last: 4/6/12 vs. STL…WINNING STREAK: 8 games, 7/31-9/18/12… LOSING STREAK: 6 games, 8/22/14-4/6/15.

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Spent his first season with the Texas Rangers (left Milwaukee as the franchise’s career strikeout leader with 1,226) • Acquired by Texas with cash considerations from the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for INF Luis Sardinas, RHP Corey Knebel, and RHP Marcos Diplan on 1/19 • Finished second on Texas in wins (13) and innings (184.1), and tied for first in games started (33) • Among qualifying American League starting pitchers, ranked seventh in ground balls (303), 12th in ground ball percentage (50.8), and 14th in pitching WAR (2.8), according to STATS, LLC • Recorded a career-best 3.42 ERA (70 ER/184.1 IP), which ranked 11th among qualifying AL starting pitchers • Marked his seventh consecutive season with at least 30 starts • Posted his sixth winning season over his last seven, notching double-digit wins for the sixth time since 2009 • Posted his lone double-digit strikeout performance (10) of the season over 7.0 innings on 6/10 at OAK, the 19th game of his career with 10 or more strikeouts • In eight outings from 5/24-7/2, he posted seven Quality Starts and went 4-0 with a 0.88 ERA (5 ER/51.1 IP), holding opponents to a .169 batting average in that span • Did not surrender a run over four consecutive starts (26.1 IP) from 6/15-7/2 • Tossed a season-high 8.1 scoreless frames on 6/27 at TOR • In eight day starts, he went 4-3 with a 2.36 ERA (12 ER/45.2 IP) • Went 5-2 with a 3.04 ERA (18 ER/53.1 IP) in nine starts against AL East opponents • Went 3-0 with a 1.03 ERA (4 ER/35.0 IP) in six starts against the AL Central

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2014: Had the lowest ERA among qualifying Milwaukee pitchers at 3.51, the 20th lowest in the National League….Tied for first on the staff in starts (32, tied for 12th in NL), was second in strikeouts (146), and finished third in wins (eight, tied) and innings (192.1)…Streak of six consecutive winning seasons (excluding 2008) ended…Had the fifth-lowest run support average in the NL (3.28), and ranked fifth in the league in with a 2.70 road ERA (30 ER/100.0 IP)…In 16 road outings, posted 11 Quality Starts… Held left-handed hitters to a .235 clip (74-for-315)…Was the victim of six blown saves, second most on the club (Kyle Lohse, seven)…Ranked third on the club in quality starts (20), going 8-1 with a 1.55 ERA (23 ER/133.1 IP) in those games…His 20 Quality Starts marked the third time in his career that he posted at least 20 Quality Starts in a season. Recorded the first Opening Day victory of his career on 3/31 vs. ATL and went 2-0 with a 1.91 ERA (8 ER/37.2 IP) in six March/April starts…Posted a 5-3 record and a 2.65 ERA (28 ER/95.0 IP) in his next 15 starts for a 3.26 ERA through 8/27…Lone game with double-figure strikeouts was 9/19 at PIT (11)…Passed Ben Sheets as Milwaukee’s career strikeout leader by fanning Jarrod Saltalamacchia on 9/8 vs. MIA…Worked 6.0 or more innings in 22-of-32 starts with a long of 8.0 IP on 8/16 at LAD. 2013: Topped the Brewers in wins (12) and strikeouts (144), and was third in starts (31) and innings (180.2)…Was 8-9 with a 4.91 ERA in first 23 starts before being disabled from 7/31-8/16 with a strained left hamstring…Went 4-1 with a 2.41 ERA in his final eight outings after return…Recorded his 1,000th career strikeout, 6/10 at MIA… Logged his fourth season with at least two home runs…Represented Mexico in the World Baseball Classic…On 3/8, earned a victory vs. the United States in his lone start of the WBC (3.1 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K). 2012: Earned his third Brewers Most Valuable Pitcher Award…Ranked among the NL leaders in Quality Starts (tied for second, career-high 25), walks (fourth, 81), strikeouts (sixth, 204), and wins (tied for sixth, 16)…Compiled a career best 8-game winning streak over 11 starts, 7/31-9/18…Struck out a career-high 14 batters, 7/15 vs. PIT…Held right-handed hitters to a .230 batting

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average (90-for-391)…Went 5-0 with a 2.02 ERA (8 ER/35.2 IP) and 39 strikeouts in five August starts…At the plate, collected nine RBI. 2011: Finished among the league leaders in wins (tied for fourth, 17), starts (tied for fourth, 33), and strikeouts (fifth, 207)…Was second on the Brewers staff in innings…Finished seventh in NL Cy Young Award voting…Was 6-0 with a 1.32 ERA over stretch of six starts, 5/7-6/4…Earned Brewers May Pitcher of the Month honors after going 5-1 with a 2.25 ERA in six starts…Pitched 7.0 no-hit innings on 5/7 at STL before Daniel Descalso’s leadoff single in the eighth inning…Fanned 10 or more batters five times, including in his final three starts of the season (36 total strikeouts), the first Brewer to ever accomplish the latter feat…In 16 home starts, went 10-2 with a 3.00 ERA (35 ER/105.0 IP)…Went 1-1 with a 2.84 ERA (6 ER/19.0 IP) in three postseason starts (NLDS Game 1 and Game 5 vs. Arizona; NLCS Game 3 at St. Louis). 2010: Led the Brewers in victories (14) and strikeouts (200, ninth in NL) and was second in innings (185.0) and starts (31, tied)…Selected as the team’s Most Valuable Pitcher…Had a pair of complete-game shutouts, 5/28 vs. NYM and 6/24 vs. MIN…Recorded 10 or more strikeouts seven times…Was 8-4 with a 2.58 ERA in 18 starts before being placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left oblique strain on 7/6…Selected to his first National League All-Star Team, but was replaced due to the injury…Was activated on 7/21 and went 6-3 in 13 outings the rest of the season…Earned his first Silver Slugger Award after leading NL pitchers with four home runs and 10 RBI. 2009: Won his first Brewers Most Valuable Pitcher Award…Led the staff in strikeouts (204, fifth in NL) and was second in wins (13), innings (185.2), and starts (30, tied)…Had the NL’s third lowest batting average against (.219)…Went 3-1 with a 2.86 ERA in five April starts to earn Brewers Pitcher of the Month honors…Became the first pitcher to slug a homer off LHP Randy Johnson with a three-run blast on 4/8 at SF…Joined Yankees pitcher Red Ruffing (1932) and White Sox pitcher Early Wynn (1959) as the only pitchers to ever homer and record 10-plus strikeouts while winning a 1-0 decision, 4/29 vs. PIT…Recorded Milwaukee’s lone complete game of the season in a win, 4/24 at HOU… Slugged two home runs and recorded eight RBI at the plate…Shut down as a precaution after his start on 9/20. 2008: Had arthroscopic surgery on 2/19 to repair a torn lateral meniscus in his left knee and opened the season on the 15-day disabled list…Made three starts on a Major League rehab assignment at Triple-A Nashville before being activated on 4/20…In his third start on 5/1 at Chicago-NL, suffered a torn ACL in his right knee on a play at first base and went on the DL the next day… On 5/13, Dr. William Raasch performed surgery to repair the injury…Activated on 9/23 and pitched 4.0 innings without a decision in a start on 9/25 vs. PIT…Pitched twice in the National League Division Series vs. PHI, tossing a total of 7.0 scoreless frames. 2007: Opened the year at Triple-A Nashville, going 8-3 with a 2.90 ERA over 13 starts…Struck out 10 or more five times…Was leading the minor leagues in strikeouts and the Pacific Coast League in wins when his contract was purchased by Milwaukee on 6/14…Went on to record 12 Quality Starts in 17 total games in the rotation…Started and won his Major League debut on 6/18 vs. SF…Became the fifth Brewers pitcher to record a hit in his first Major League at-bat (RBI-double off Noah Lowry)…Was the Brewers Pitcher of the Month in July (2-1 with a 2.67 ERA in six games) and September (3-1 with a 1.36 ERA in five games)… Logged 21.0 consecutive scoreless innings from 9/5-17…Slugged first Major League home run, 8/20 at ARI (off Doug Davis)… Finished the season batting .250 (10-for-40) with three doubles, two home runs, and six RBI. 2006: Combined to go 11-5 with a 1.86 ERA in 26 starts at Class A-Advanced Brevard County and Double-A Huntsville…Led Minor League Baseball and set a Brewers minor league record for strikeouts (188)…Earned Brewers Minor League Pitcher of the Year honors…Selected as a First Team Minor League All-Star and a Double-A All-Star by Baseball America…Selected to play in the Florida State League All-Star Game…Pitched for the World Team in the All-Star Futures Game in Pittsburgh. 2005: Posted a 2.74 ERA at Class-A West Virginia, the fifth-best mark in the South Atlantic League…Earned his only professional save on 4/14 vs. Hagerstown…Earned his first professional win on 6/12 vs. Lakewood. 2004: Began his professional career with the AZL Brewers, issuing one earned run in 19.1 innings over six starts…Held opposition to a .203 batting average…Transferred to Short-Season A Beloit in late August. PERSONAL: Married, his wife’s name is Patricia…The couple has a son, Yovani, Jr., and two daughters, Zayra and Zoey… Name is pronounced yoh-VAH-nee giy-YAHR-doh…Born in Penjamillo, Michoacan, Mexico and moved to Fort Worth, TX at a young age...Committed on a baseball scholarship to Texas Christian University, but signed with Milwaukee after being selected in the second round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft…Signed by Brewers scout Jim Stevenson…His favorite sport other than baseball is soccer…Pitched at Fort Worth’s Trimble Tech High School (graduated 2004)…Compiled a 1.12 ERA with 117 strikeouts in 50.0 innings during his senior year…Struck out 25 in an 11.0-inning outing vs. North Side High School in March 2004….Played select league baseball for the Texas Blackhawks...Has been an active participant in the community…While with Milwaukee, he donated game tickets to area youth groups and helped purchase uniforms for the Felix Mantilla Little League program…Joined the Brewers Community Foundation in 2011 to purchase new scoreboards for Milwaukee’s Baran Park…In 2013, provided financial support to Stillwaters Cancer Support Services in Waukesha, WI…Donated a permanent batting cage facility at Fort Worth’s Trimble Tech High School.

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2004 AZL Brewers-1 0 0 0.47 6 6 0 0 0 19.1 14 3 1 0 1 4 0 23 2 0 Beloit 0 1 12.27 2 2 0 0 0 7.1 12 10 10 2 0 4 0 8 3 0 2005 West Virginia 8 3 2.74 26 18 0 0 1 121.1 100 46 37 5 8 51 0 110 8 0 2006 Brevard County 6 3 2.09 13 13 0 0 0 77.2 54 24 18 4 4 23 0 103 4 0 Huntsville 5 2 1.63 13 13 0 0 0 77.1 50 18 14 2 1 28 0 85 2 0 2007 Nashville 8 3 2.90 13 13 0 0 0 77.2 53 26 25 4 2 28 0 110 4 0 MILWAUKEE 9 5 3.67 20 17 0 0 0 110.1 103 48 45 8 2 37 2 101 3 0 2008 Nashville 0 1 5.17 3 3 1 0 0 15.2 20 9 9 2 0 5 0 18 0 0 MILWAUKEE 0 0 1.88 4 4 0 0 0 24.0 22 5 5 3 0 8 0 20 0 0 2009 MILWAUKEE 13 12 3.73 30 30 1 0 0 185.2 150 78 77 21 5 94 5 204 9 0 2010 MILWAUKEE 14 7 3.84 31 31 2 2 0 185.0 178 89 79 12 3 75 5 200 7 1 2011 MILWAUKEE 17 10 3.52 33 33 1 1 0 207.1 193 92 81 27 1 59 1 207 12 0 2012 MILWAUKEE 16 9 3.66 33 33 0 0 0 204.0 185 86 83 26 0 81 3 204 5 0 2013 MILWAUKEE 12 10 4.18 31 31 0 0 0 180.2 180 92 84 18 3 66 1 144 5 0 2014 MILWAUKEE 8 11 3.51 32 32 0 0 0 192.1 195 86 75 21 4 54 2 146 8 0 2015 TEXAS-2 13 11 3.42 33 33 0 0 0 184.1 193 76 70 15 1 68 0 121 10 0 Minor Lg. Totals 27 13 2.59 76 68 1 0 1 396.1 303 136 114 19 16 143 0 457 23 0 American League 13 11 3.42 33 33 0 0 0 184.1 193 76 70 15 1 68 0 121 10 0 National League 89 64 3.69 214 211 4 3 0 1289.1 1206 576 529 136 18 474 19 1226 49 1 ML Totals 102 75 3.66 247 244 4 3 0 1473.2 1399 652 599 151 19 542 19 1347 59 1

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DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2008 MIL vs. PHI 0 1 0.00 2 1 0 0 0 7.0 4 3 0 0 0 5 1 4 0 0 2011 MIL vs. ARI 1 0 1.29 2 2 0 0 0 14.0 10 2 2 2 0 3 0 14 1 0 2015 TEX vs. TOR 1 0 3.60 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 4 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 Totals 2 1 1.38 5 4 0 0 0 26.0 18 7 4 2 0 9 1 19 1 0

2015 IN REVIEW

1- Selected by Milwaukee in the second round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft. 2- Acquired by Texas with cash considerations from Milwaukee in exchange for INF Luis Sardinas, RHP Corey Knebel, and RHP Marcos Diplan on January 19, 2015

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OPPONENTS

CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2011 MIL vs. STL 0 1 7.20 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 8 4 4 0 0 5 2 2 3 0 Totals 0 1 7.20 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 8 4 4 0 0 5 2 2 3 0 AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .198 420 36 83 21 0 12 42 35 1 2 12 0 148 0 0 5 .333 .223

MINOR LEAGUES

ALL-STAR YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2010 NL at LAA DID NOT PITCH Totals - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

BIRDS BIGGEST DEAL In November-December, 1954, the Orioles and New York Yankees engineered a 17-player deal, one of the biggest in baseball history. General Manager Paul Richards sent the following players to New York: pitchers Mike Blyzka, Don Larsen and Bob Turley; catcher Darrell Johnson, first baseman Dick Kryhoski, shortstop Billy Hunter and outfielders Ted del Guercico and Jim Fridley. The Orioles acquired pitchers Harry Byrd, Jim McDonald and Bill Miller; catchers Hal Smith and Gus Triandos; second baseman Don Leppert, third baseman Kal Segrist, shortstop Willie Miranda and outfielder Gene Woodling.

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FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2007 .962 20 12 13 1 0 2008 1.000 4 1 4 0 1 2009 1.000 30 7 20 0 1 2010 .973 31 12 24 1 2 2011 .955 33 12 30 2 3 2012 .976 33 13 27 1 3 2013 .973 31 14 22 1 1 2014 1.000 32 14 26 0 2 2015 .974 33 17 21 1 2 Totals .976 247 102 187 7 15

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FULL NAME: Jason Emilio Garcia BORN: November 21, 1992

OPENING DAY AGE: 23

BIRTHPLACE: Bronx, NY

RESIDES: Land O’ Lakes, FL

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 1.000 MANAGER & COACHES

ACQUIRED: From Houston in exchange for cash considerations following his selection in the Rule 5 Draft from Boston on December 11, 2014.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

JASON GARCIA

LONGEST OUTING: 2.2 innings, 4/10/15 vs. TOR…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 2, nine times, last: 9/25/15 at BOS…WALK HIGH: 4, 5/10/15 at NYY…HR ALLOWED: 2, 4/26/15 vs. BOS…WINNING STREAK: None…LOSING STREAK: None.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS

• Posted a 2.81 ERA (5 ER/16.0 IP) over 13 outings following the All-Star break...Registered a 5.93 ERA (9 ER/13.2 IP) over eight games before the All-Star Game • Made his first Major League plate appearance, 8/16 vs. OAK (walked on four pitches by INF Ike Davis)...Earned his first Major League win, 8/14 vs. OAK (1.0 IP) • Was placed on the 15-day DL with right shoulder tendinitis, retroactive to 5/11, on 5/13 and transferred to the 60-day DL, 6/20... Reinstated from the DL on 8/6 • Made Major League debut on 4/8 at TB, tossing a scoreless seventh inning • Recorded his first Major League strikeout, fanning Edwin Encarnacion in the sixth inning on 4/10 vs. TOR • Following the season, posted a 4.11 ERA (7 ER/15.1 IP) with 19 strikeouts in six starts for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League • Enters 2016 ranked as the No. 12 prospect in the Orioles organization according to Baseball America and is ranked No. 12 by MLB.com

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK

2014: Went 3-2 with three saves and a 3.67 ERA (23 ER/56.1 IP) in 14 combined games (seven starts) with Class-A Lowell and Greenville...Struck out 9.4 batters per 9.0 innings, holding right-handed hitters to a .189/.275/.236 line in 121 total plate appearances...Set a career-high with three saves, all with Class-A Greenville. 2013: Appeared in nine games for Class-A Greenville after being placed on the DL on 5/19 for the remainder of the season… Struck out 8.92 batters per 9.0 innings (36 K/36.1 IP). 2012: Made his full-season debut with Greenville, leading the club with 115.1 innings over 28 appearances, including a teamhigh tying 22 starts…Placed among Drive leaders in wins (third, six) and strikeouts (second, 95)…Held left-handed opponents to a .231 average (39-for-169) and nine extra-base hits…Posted a 3.80 ERA (9 ER/21.1 IP) with 19 strikeouts in six relief appearances…Converted first career save with 4.0 scoreless innings in relief on 4/8 vs. Lakewood…Induced a season-high three double plays on 8/22 vs. Augusta. 2011: Ranked among Lowell leaders in wins (tied for second, three) and starts (third, 13)…Held right-handed hitters to a .221 average (27-for-122)…Started the season 3-0 with a 1.13 ERA (3 ER/24.0 IP) through his first six starts. 2010: Pitched for the GCL Red Sox in his first professional campaign…Held opponents to two earned runs or fewer in all eight of his starts, posting a 2.67 ERA (8 ER/27.0 IP) in that role…Led the team with a 2.14 ground out-to-air out ratio (min. 5.0 IP)… Fanned a career-high five in 5.0 scoreless frames for his first professional win, 8/18 at the GCL Orioles. PERSONAL: Originally selected by Boston in the 17th round of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft out of Land O’ Lakes High School (FL)…Led Land O’ Lakes High School in wins (six), ERA (1.46), strikeouts (107), and innings pitched (62.1) as a senior in 2010.

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2010 GCL Red Sox-1 1 3 3.03 9 8 0 0 0 29.2 31 16 10 0 2 6 0 17 1 0 2011 Lowell 3 3 3.88 13 13 0 0 0 55.2 52 38 24 1 6 36 0 40 4 0 2012 Greenville 6 6 6.16 28 22 0 0 2 115.1 135 85 79 8 8 67 0 95 13 3 2013 Greenville 2 2 4.21 9 1 0 0 1 36.1 33 20 17 3 3 16 0 36 3 1 2014 Lowell 1 1 3.48 5 4 0 0 0 20.2 19 10 8 0 3 7 0 22 4 1 Greenville 2 1 3.79 9 3 0 0 3 35.2 31 16 15 0 2 17 0 37 3 0 2015 Bowie-2 1 2 4.20 9 0 0 0 0 15.0 12 8 7 2 1 9 1 14 2 1 BALTIMORE 1 0 4.25 21 0 0 0 0 29.2 25 19 14 3 2 17 1 22 2 0 Minor Lg. Totals 16 18 4.68 82 51 0 0 6 308.0 313 193 160 14 25 158 1 261 30 6 BALTIMORE TOTALS 1 0 4.25 21 0 0 0 0 29.2 25 19 14 3 2 17 1 22 2 0 American League 1 0 4.25 21 0 0 0 0 29.2 25 19 14 3 2 17 1 22 2 0 ML Totals 1 0 4.25 21 0 0 0 0 29.2 25 19 14 3 2 17 1 22 2 0

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JASON GARCIA

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .--- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 .--- 1.000

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2015 .800 21 3 1 1 0 Totals .800 21 3 1 1 0

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JASON GARCIA

1- Selected by Boston in the 17th round of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by the Orioles from Houston in exchange for cash considerations following his selection in the Rule 5 Draft on December 11, 2014

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FULL NAME: Kevin John Gausman BORN: January 6, 1991

OPENING DAY AGE: 25

BIRTHPLACE: Centennial, CO

RESIDES: Baton Rouge, LA

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MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 1.151 ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 4 overall) of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS LONGEST OUTING: 8.0 innings, 9/30/15 vs. TOR…LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 4.1 innings, 6/28/13 vs. NYY… STRIKEOUT HIGH: 10, 9/30/15 vs. TOR…WALK HIGH: 4, four times, last: 9/14/15 vs. BOS…HR ALLOWED: 3, 5/28/13 at WAS…WINNING STREAK: 3 games, 6/7-18/14…LOSING STREAK: 4 games, 8/7-28/15.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Recorded a career-high 103 strikeouts, his first Major League season with at least 100 strikeouts • Struck out a career-high 10 batters over a career-high 8.0 innings on 9/30 vs. TOR (G2)...The 10 strikeouts matched an Orioles season-high (also, RHP Miguel Gonzalez, 4/14 vs. NYY) • Struck out a career-high 10 batters over a career-high 8.0 innings of work on 9/30 (G2) vs. TOR (W, 8.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 10 K, 1 HR) • Surpassed the 100-pitch threshold for a career-high four consecutive outings, 8/12-28 • Went 3-2 with a 4.39 ERA (26 ER/53.1 IP) in 14 outings (eight starts) against the AL East • Allowed 12 runs (including five home runs) in the first inning, the most runs he surrendered among any other inning • Went 3-1 with a 2.19 ERA (13 ER/53.1 IP) in 11 appearances (eight starts) at home...Posted a Quality Start in seven of his eight home starts, going 3-1 with a 1.97 ERA (11 ER/50.1 IP) and holding opponents to a .205 batting average in those eight outings • Went 1-6 with a 6.10 ERA (40 ER/59.0 IP) in 14 road games (nine starts) • With his win on 8/1 vs. DET, snapped a streak of 12 consecutive starts (8/22/14-7/27/15) in which he did not earn a win as a starter, going 0-5 with a 3.65 ERA (28 ER/69.0 IP) and four Quality Starts in those 12 outings • As a starter, went 3-7 with a 4.22 ERA (47 ER/100.1 IP) over 17 starts (eight Quality Starts)...In those 17 outings, he posted a 8.07 strikeout per 9.0 IP ratio (90 K/100.1 IP), while averaging 16.6 pitches per inning • As a reliever, went 1-0 with a 4.50 ERA (6 ER/12.0 IP) in eight appearances out of the bullpen...He recorded 13 strikeouts and held opponents to a .239 batting average in those outings...Last made an appearance as a reliever on 5/6 at NYM (1.0 IP, 2 K) • From 6/20-10/4, finished second among Orioles pitchers in strikeouts (90), and he led all Orioles starting pitchers in strikeout- to-walk ratio (3.75), strikeouts per batter faced (.215), and strikeouts per 9.0 IP (8.07) • Did not factor in the decision over six consecutive starts (9/6/14-7/2/15), posting a 2.04 ERA (8 ER/35.1 IP), while holding opponents to a .226 batting average in those games • Went 0-2 with a 2.82 ERA (7 ER/22.1 IP) in six minor league starts this season between Class A-Advanced Frederick, Double-A Bowie, and Triple-A Norfolk (including rehab)...Last started for the Tides on 7/17 at Charlotte (ND, 6.0 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 8 K) • Was placed on the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder tendinitis on 5/8...Made three Major League rehab starts between Class A-Advanced Frederick and Double-A Bowie, going 0-1 with a 5.40 ERA (5 ER/8.1 IP) and 10 strikeouts

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Had six stints with the Orioles, 5/14-15, 6/6-20, 6/27, 7/6-7, 7/12-8/27, and 9/1-end of the season...Allowed three earned runs or fewer in 16 of his 20 starts for the Orioles, posting nine Quality Starts...Posted a 3.18 ERA (18 ER/51.0 IP) in nine road starts and a 3.90 ERA (27 ER/62.1 IP) in 11 home starts...His road ERA was the second-best road mark among AL rookies (min. 8 GS)...Earned his first win of the season, 6/7 vs. OAK...Recorded rain-shortened 5.0-inning complete game, 7/13 vs. NYY...Tossed a then-career-high 7.1 innings, 9/1 vs. MIN...His streak of three straight starts with at least 7.0 IP and seven strikeouts was the longest by an Oriole since 8/10-21/07, when Erik Bedard did so...Made 11 starts for Triple-A Norfolk and went 1-3 with a 3.32 ERA (16 ER/43.1 IP)...Placed on the minor league DL, 5/2, retroactive to 4/30, with left intercostal strain...Did not allow an earned run from 4/20 until the fifth inning of his start on 5/20 with Norfolk, a span of 18.1 innings...Made three postseason appearances, all in relief, pitching to a 1.13 ERA (1 ER/8.0 IP) with seven strikeouts. 2013: Had three stints with the Orioles; 5/23-6/13, 6/24-7/9, and 8/28-end of the season…Went 0-3 with a 7.66 ERA (21 ER/24.2 IP) in five starts and 3-2 with a 3.52 ERA (9 ER/23.0 IP) in 15 relief appearances (11.3 K/9.0 IP out of pen)…Made Major League debut, 5/23 at TOR (L, 5.0 IP, 7 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, 1 HR)…Recorded first Major League strikeout in the first inning, fanning Edwin Encarnacion…Tossed a then-career-high 6.0 IP, 6/2 vs. DET…Struck out a then-career-high six, 6/8 at TB…

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DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2014 BAL vs. DET 0 0 2.45 1 0 0 0 0 3.2 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 Totals 0 0 2.45 1 0 0 0 0 3.2 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2014 BAL vs. KC 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 4.1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 Totals 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 4.1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 GAUSMAN BATTING Career

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W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 0 0 0.00 2 2 0 0 0 6.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 6.00 3 3 0 0 0 9.0 10 6 6 3 0 1 0 8 0 1 2 4 3.11 8 8 0 0 0 46.1 44 21 16 3 3 5 0 49 7 0 1 2 4.04 8 7 0 0 0 35.2 36 16 16 1 1 9 0 33 2 0 3 5 5.66 20 5 0 0 0 47.2 51 30 30 8 0 13 2 49 4 0 0 0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 2.0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 3.32 11 11 0 0 0 43.1 41 18 16 5 0 18 0 44 1 0 7 7 3.57 20 20 1 0 0 113.1 111 48 45 7 1 38 0 88 9 0 0 0 1.80 2 2 0 0 0 5.0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 10.80 1 1 0 0 0 3.1 4 4 4 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 1.29 3 3 0 0 0 14.0 10 3 2 2 0 6 0 14 0 0 4 7 4.25 25 17 0 0 0 112.1 109 56 53 17 2 29 1 103 7 0 4 12 3.33 39 38 0 0 0 164.2 149 70 61 17 4 40 0 164 10 1 14 19 4.21 65 42 1 0 0 273.1 271 134 128 32 3 80 3 240 20 0 14 19 4.21 65 42 1 0 0 273.1 271 134 128 32 3 80 3 240 20 0 14 19 4.21 65 42 1 0 0 273.1 271 134 128 32 3 80 3 240 20 0

MINOR LEAGUES

YEAR CLUB 2012 Aberdeen-1 Frederick 2013 Bowie Norfolk BALTIMORE 2014 Aberdeen Norfolk BALTIMORE 2015 Frederick Bowie Norfolk BALTIMORE Minor Lg. Totals BALTIMORE TOTALS American League ML Totals

RECORDS & HISTORY

Collected first career win (4.1 relief IP), 6/28 vs. NYY…Struck out career relief-high five in 2.0 scoreless IP, 9/18 at BOS…Posted a 2.35 ERA (2 ER/7.2 IP, 1 BB, 13 K) in his final seven relief appearances, 9/13-28…Posted a combined 3.51 ERA (32 ER/ 82.0 IP) and 82 strikeouts in 16 games (15 GS) with Triple-A Norfolk (8 G/7 GS) and Double-A Bowie (8 GS)…Named the Orioles No. 2 prospect by Baseball America following the season…Named a top 100 overall prospect in baseball by Baseball Prospectus (10), ESPN.com (23), and MLB.com (31). 2012: Signed in July and made his professional debut with Short-Season A Aberdeen, tossing 6.0 scoreless innings over two outings (1 H, 5 K)…Made three starts for Frederick (0-1, 6.00 ERA, 9.0 IP, 10 H, 6 ER, 1 BB, 8 K)…Held right-handed hitters to a .160/.192/.320 line in 25 at-bats with the Keys…Tossed 3.0 scoreless innings in his start in Game 3 of first round of the Eastern League Playoffs, 9/7 vs. Akron (2 H, 5 K)…Entered 2013 as the Orioles No. 2 ranked prospect by Baseball America. AMATEUR 2012: Went 11-1 with a 2.72 ERA (35 ER/115.2 IP), 128 strikeouts, 27 walks and two complete games in 16 starts for LSU…Named 2012 First-Team All-American (Collegiate Baseball, Perfect Game, ABCA); Second-Team All-American (Baseball America, NCBWA); First-Team All-SEC; ABCA First-Team All-South Region; Louisiana Pitcher of the Year; and NCAA Baton Rouge Regional All-Tournament Team. AMATEUR 2011: Was 5-6 with a 3.51 ERA and 86 strikeouts in 89.2 innings…Named 2011 SEC Freshman of the Week (5/16/11 and 5/2/11). PERSONAL: Selected by the Orioles in the first round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft out of Louisiana State University, the third Orioles’ first-round pick out of LSU (Mike Fontenot, No. 19 in 2001 and Ben McDonald, No. 1 in 1989)…Signed by scout Dave Jennings…Graduated from Grandview HS (Centennial, CO)…Was named a two-time All-State selection, two-time Perfect Game High School All-American, 2009 Under Armour All-American, 2009 AFLAC All-American, and gold medal winner with the USA Baseball Junior National Team…Was also drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the sixth round of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign…Engaged, finańce’s name is Taylor.

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .000 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 .000 .000

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2013 1.000 20 4 8 0 1 2014 1.000 20 5 12 0 2 2015 .947 25 5 13 1 0 Totals .979 65 14 33 1 3

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MYCHAL GIVENS RHP

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FULL NAME: Mychal Antonio Givens BORN: May 13, 1990

OPENING DAY AGE: 25

BIRTHPLACE: Tampa, FL

RESIDES: Tampa, FL

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.069 ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the second round (No. 54 overall) of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft.

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LONGEST OUTING: 2.0 innings, four times, last: 9/23/15 at WAS…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 3, six times, last: 10/1/15 vs. TOR…WALK HIGH: 2, 9/30/15 vs. TOR…HR ALLOWED: 1, 8/19/15 vs. NYM…WINNING STREAK: 2 games, 7/31/15-present…LOSING STREAK: None.

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• Enters 2016 as a top-10 Orioles prospect, according to multiple publications…He ranks fourth-best, according to Baseball Prospectus…Ranks as the fifth-best prospect, according to Baseball America…Ranks as the fourth-best prospect, according to MLB.com • Made three stints with the Orioles (6/20-25, 7/31-8/6, and 8/10-end of season) • Made his Major League debut on 6/24 at BOS (1.0 IP, 1 K) • Earned his first Major League win on 7/31 vs. DET (1.2 IP, 1 H, 2 K) • Did not allow a run over the first 7.1 IP of his Major League career (five games) • Was named the Orioles co-2015 Jim Palmer Minor League Pitcher of the Year, along with Oliver Drake • Posted 13 multi-strikeout appearances and recorded at least one strikeout in 19 of his 22 games • Registered at least one strikeout in his each of his first 10 Major League games (6/24-8/25), tied for the third-longest stretch among Orioles relievers to begin their career • Posted a career-high tying three strikeouts in consecutive outings (9/15 vs. BOS and 9/18 at TB) • Named to Baseball America’s 2015 Minor League First Team and Minor League All-Prospect Mid-Season Team, and was rated as the best reliever in the Eastern League • Contract originally selected from Double-A Bowie on 6/20...Posted a season-long seven-game scoreless streak, 5/23-6/11, spanning 11.0 innings with the Baysox • Went 4-2 with a 1.73 ERA (11 ER/57.1 IP) and 15 saves in 35 games with Double-A Bowie

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RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK

2014: Started the season with the Class A-Advanced Frederick Keys...Pitched to a 2.25 ERA (4 ER/16.0 IP) at home with Frederick and a 0.64 ERA (1 ER/14.0 IP) over seven day games with the Keys...Notched two saves and posted a 0.82 ERA (1 ER/11.0 IP) in April...Held left-handed hitters to a .159 average (7-for-44) with Frederick...Posted a 2.95 ERA (6 ER/18.1 IP) at night with Bowie...Pitched to a 2.84 ERA (4 ER/12.2 IP) in August...Held opposing batters to a .067 average (1-for-15) with RISP and two outs with the Baysox. 2013: Converted from a shortstop to a pitcher...Earned the win in his first career pitching appearance on 4/6, tossing 2.0 hitless innings...Went 2-1 with two saves and a 2.05 ERA (5 ER/22.0 IP) in 14 appearances at home...Posted a 1.93 ERA (3 ER/14.0 IP) in eight July appearances. 2012: Finished third on Class-A Delmarva in steals (13)...Recorded two hits in four consecutive games, 8/8-11...Stole three bases on 6/28 against Hagerstown...Hit .290 (20-for-69) in August...Hit .342 (26-for-76) when leading off an inning. 2011: Led the NYPL in games played (74) and was third in the league in at-bats (276)...Led Aberdeen in hits (77) and was second in runs (30), RBI (30), walks (30), and stolen bases (14). 2010: Was named the seventh-best prospect in the Orioles organization by Baseball America following the season...Picked up his first professional hit in his first game on 5/25 against Hickory...Missed time with a sprained left thumb...Hit his first professional home run in his first game with Aberdeen, 8/29 against Vermont...Hit safely in all eight games played with the Ironbirds...Went 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored in his only game with Frederick on 9/6 at Wilmington. PERSONAL: Signed by Orioles scout John Martin…Began his professional career as a shortstop…Graduated from H.B. Plant (FL) HS... Married, wife’s name is Tiffani.

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2010 DID NOT PITCH - WAS A POSITION PLAYER 2011 DID NOT PITCH - WAS A POSITION PLAYER 2012 DID NOT PITCH - WAS A POSITION PLAYER 2013 Delmarva 2 3 4.22 28 0 0 0 3 42.2 34 20 20 1 3 19 0 36 11 1 2014 Frederick 1 2 3.24 18 0 0 0 3 33.1 21 20 12 2 2 16 0 27 4 3 Bowie 0 0 3.91 18 0 0 0 0 25.1 19 12 11 0 6 23 0 28 9 0 2015 Bowie 4 2 1.73 35 0 0 0 15 57.1 38 14 11 1 3 16 0 79 9 0 BALTIMORE 2 0 1.80 22 0 0 0 0 30.0 20 7 6 1 1 6 0 38 0 0 Minor Lg. Totals 7 7 3.06 99 0 0 0 21 158.2 112 66 54 4 14 74 0 170 33 4 BALTIMORE Totals 2 0 1.80 22 0 0 0 0 30.0 20 7 6 1 1 6 0 38 0 0 American League 2 0 1.80 22 0 0 0 0 30.0 20 7 6 1 1 6 0 38 0 0 ML Totals 2 0 1.80 22 0 0 0 0 30.0 20 7 6 1 1 6 0 38 0 0

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MYCHAL GIVENS

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2015 1.000 22 3 6 0 1 Totals 1.000 22 3 6 0 1

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Bob Milacki (RHP) Mike Linskey (LHP) Anthony Telford (RHP) Mike Mussina (RHP) Rick Krivda (RHP) Garrett Stephenson (RHP) Armando Benitez (RHP) Jimmy Haynes (RHP)

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Rocky Coppinger (RHP) Nerio Rodriguez (RHP) Steve Montgomery (RHP) Gabe Molina (RHP) John Stephens (RHP) Jay Spurgeon (RHP) John Stephens (RHP)

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John Stephens (RHP) John Maine (RHP) Hayden Penn (RHP) Jim Johnson (RHP) Jim Hoey (RHP) Radhames Liz (RHP) Brad Bergesen (RHP)

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Brian Matusz (LHP) Zach Britton (LHP) Tim Bascom (RHP) Dylan Bundy (RHP) Mike Wright (RHP) Tyler Wilson (RHP) Mychal Givens (RHP) Oliver Drake (RHP)

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*Originally known as the Clyde Kluttz Award; changed in 1992 to Most Valuable Minor Leaguer Award and in 1993 to Brooks Robinson Award **Created in 1988 to honor separately the minor league player and pitcher of the year

OPPONENTS

JIM PALMER PRIZE - ORIOLES MINOR LEAGUE PITCHER OF THE YEAR**

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FULL NAME: Miguel Angel Gonzalez BORN: May 27, 1984

OPENING DAY AGE: 31

BIRTHPLACE: Guadalajara, Mexico RESIDES: Lakewood Ranch, FL CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016

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MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 4.095 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on February 28, 2012.

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LONGEST OUTING: 9.0 innings, 9/3/14 vs. CIN…LOW-HIT GAME: 2, four times, last: 9/26/13 vs. TOR…LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 4.1 innings, 7/1/12 vs. CLE…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 10, 4/14/15 vs. NYY…WALK HIGH: 5, six times, last: 4/8/15 at TB…HR ALLOWED: 3, four times, last: 6/30/15 vs. TEX…WINNING STREAK: 4 games, 9/21/12-4/4/13… LOSING STREAK: 6 games, 7/30/15-present.

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• Ranks 20th on the all-time strikeout list for Mexican-born pitchers with 417 strikeouts...He trails RHP Enrique Romo (436 strikeouts) for 19th place • On 4/14 vs. NYY, he recorded a career-high 10 strikeouts, which was tied for an Orioles season high by a starting pitcher (also, RHP Kevin Gausman, 9/30 (G2) vs. TOR) • Posted a 4.60 ERA (56 ER/109.2 IP) in 19 nighttime starts and a 5.91 ERA (23 ER/35.0 IP) in seven daytime starts • Went 3-5 with a 5.27 ERA (40 ER/68.1 IP) in 12 starts at Oriole Park...Went 6-7 with a 4.60 ERA (39 ER/76.1 IP) in 14 road starts • In 37 starts since the 2014 All-Star break, has gone 15-16 with a 4.02 ERA (96 ER/214.2 IP) and 16 Quality Starts...He surrendered three earned runs or fewer in 25 of those 37 outings • Went 6-3 with a 2.89 ERA (23 ER/71.2 IP) in 12 starts against the AL East • From 8/2/14-4/19/15, he earned a decision in 12 consecutive starts...He went 7-5 in that span and posted a 2.31 ERA (19 ER/74.0 IP) with seven Quality Starts • Was placed on the 15-day disabled list, 6/11 (retroactive to 6/10), with a right groin strain...Made one start on a Major League rehab assignment, 6/20 with Double-A Bowie (W, 5.0 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 1 BB, 4 K)...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list (right shoulder tendinitis) on 9/4 (retroactive to 8/31)

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Spent the majority of the season with the Orioles and posted the lowest ERA of his career, allowing three earned runs or fewer in 23 of his 26 starts...Became the Orioles fourth starting pitcher to record 10 wins, the first time the Orioles accomplished the feat since 1997...Posted a 2.19 ERA (17 ER/70.0 IP) in his final 11 starts of the season...Tossed his first career completegame shutout on 9/3 vs. CIN (4 H, season-high 8 K)...Posted six straight Quality Starts, 8/7-9/13, the longest streak by an Orioles starter...Went 5-2 with a 2.78 ERA (22 ER/71.1 IP) in 12 starts against the AL East...Pitched to a 1.82 ERA (6 ER/29.2 IP) in four July starts...Placed on the 15-day DL on 6/6 (retroactive to 5/31) with a right oblique strain...Was reinstated on 6/17...Appeared in one rehab game with the Double-A Bowie Baysox on 6/11...Started Game 4 of the ALCS, suffering the loss in the series-clinching game (5.2 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 4 BB, 4 K). 2013: In his 13 home starts, went 7-2 with a 3.53 ERA (32 ER/81.2 IP) and nine Quality Starts and the Orioles were 10-3 in those 13 games…Worked at least 6.0 innings in 10 of his 13 home starts…Was 4-6 with a 4.08 ERA (40 ER/88.1 IP) and 10 Quality Starts in 15 road starts, and the Orioles were 5-10 in those 15 games…In his 17 starts through 7/20, was 8-3 with a 3.34 ERA (40 ER/107.2 IP) and 13 Quality Starts…In nine starts after 7/20, was 3-5 with a 4.62 ERA (32 ER/62.1 IP) and six Quality Starts…Allowed 24 home runs (14 solo, five two-run, four three-run homers, and one grand slam)…Recorded at least one out in the sixth inning in 25 of his 28 starts and in 31 of 34 dating back to 8/31/12…In 10 day game outings (nine starts) was 4-2 with a 3.42 ERA (21 ER/55.1 IP)…Went the first 33 starts of his career without losing consecutive decisions before losing on 7/25 at KC and 7/31 vs. HOU, tying Ken Dixon for the longest such streak to start a career by a pitcher in Orioles/St. Louis Browns history (Dixon went his first 33 career starts from 9/22/84-6/16/86 without losing two straight decisions, but he lost once as a starter and once as a reliever in consecutive outings during that span)…Made eight consecutive Quality Starts from 6/6-8/20, which tied for the third-longest QS streak by an Orioles starter since 1980 behind Jeremy Guthrie’s 10 from 5/8-6/26/07 and Erik Bedard’s nine from 7/7-8/21/07…The Orioles won 12 straight home starts by Gonzalez from 8/10/12-7/11/13, making it the fourth-longest such streak by an Orioles starter since 1954 (Mike Flanagan started 16 straight home wins from 7/17/82-5/17/83 and 15 from 6/4/79-5/7/80, while Mike Cuellar started 14 straight home wins from 6/20/70-4/18/71)…Lost his first career home start against an AL East foe on 7/25 vs TB, but in his 10 home starts against the East after 7/25, the Orioles went 8-2 and he was 5-1 with eight Quality Starts…Gonzalez pitched to a 3.30 ERA (23 ER/62.2 IP) in those 10 starts and beat Toronto three times and Boston twice.

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2012: Had contract selected from Norfolk on 5/29 and was optioned back to Norfolk on 6/9…Was recalled on 7/1 for the second time and remained with the club through the end of the season…Made his Major League debut on 5/29 at TOR and struck out the first batter he faced (J.P. Arencibia)…Notched first Major League win in his first start on 7/6 at LAA (7.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER)…Made 10 Quality Starts in 15 starts…Worked 7.0 or more innings five times and 8.0 innings once…Won road starts at LAA, BOS, NYY (twice), TB, and CLE…Beat the Yankees in New York on 7/30 and 8/31 to become the first Orioles rookie starter to beat the Yankees twice at New York within a span of 33 days since the Orioles’ Tom Phoebus did so on 7/17 and 8/16 in 1967…Phoebus and Gonzalez are also the only Orioles rookies to earn a pair of road wins over the Yankees in the same season…Allowed nine home runs in his first five starts, but just four in his last 10 starts…In five August starts, was 3-1 with a 1.91 ERA (7 ER/33.0 IP) and his ERA in August was third-best in the AL behind Felix Hernandez and Bartolo Colon (it was sixth-best in all of baseball)… Allowed a home run to the leadoff batter in each of his first two home starts (Austin Jackson on 7/15 and Desmond Jennings on 7/25) to become the first pitcher in Orioles history to allow a leadoff homer in each of his first two home starts in the Major Leagues…Allowed a third leadoff homer on 9/12 (B.J. Upton) and allowed a homer to the second batter of his 7/20 start (Asdrubal Cabrera)…Threw a then-career-high 114 pitches on 7/20 at CLE, including 79 strikes…The 79 strikes tied Chris Tillman (7/4 and 7/21) for the most strikes by a starter in 2012…Appeared in 14 games (six starts) for Triple-A Norfolk, going 3-2 with a 1.61 ERA (8 ER/44.2 IP)…Was named Orioles Minor League Pitcher of the Month for May as he was 2-1 with a 2.20 ERA (4 ER/16.1 IP) in six appearances (two starts) for the Tides…In six starts for the Tides, went 2-2 with a 1.98 ERA (6 ER/27.1 IP) and in eight relief outings, he went 1-0 with a save and a 1.04 ERA (2 ER/17.1 IP) while holding opponents to a .143 batting average…Started Game 3 of the ALDS at NYY (7.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 8 K), but did not receive a decision. 2011: Pitched at three levels in the Boston system, combining to go 0-7 with a 5.40 ERA (34 ER/56.2 IP) and 54 strikeouts in 18 games (9 GS). 2010: Pitched for Class A-Advanced Salem in his first action since 2007…Went 4-0 with a 1.51 ERA (6 ER/35.2 IP) over seven starts, 7/17-8/26…Named Carolina League Pitcher of the Week, 8/2-8 (W, 3 H, 1 UER, 9 K on 8/3 at Frederick)…Went 3-2 with a 4.22 ERA (30 ER/64.0 IP) over 14 winter ball appearances (11 GS) for Mazatlan of the Mexican Pacific League. 2009: Spent the entire year on the Red Sox Major League roster after being selected from the Angels in the Rule 5 Draft…Did not pitch after recovering from “Tommy John” surgery. 2008: Did not pitch in the Angels system due to a torn meniscus…Went 4-1 with a 1.52 ERA (7 ER/41.1 IP) in 11 appearances (eight starts) for Mazatlan of the Mexican Pacific League. 2007: Pitched for the Angels’ Double-A Arkansas club and finished second in the Texas League with a 3.38 ERA (49 ER/130.2 IP)…Selected to the circuit’s post-season All-Star Team…Named Texas League Pitcher of the Week, 7/9-15…Made 14 appearances for Mazatlan of the Mexican Pacific League, posting a 2.63 ERA (4 ER/13.2 IP) and not recording a decision. 2006: Compiled a 1-2 record with five saves (six chances) and a career-best 3.16 ERA (28 ER/79.2 IP) in 45 relief outings between Class A-Advanced Rancho Cucamonga and Double-A Arkansas…Allowed one run in his final 10 contests with the Quakes (20.2 IP) to earn a 5/17 promotion to Arkansas…Went 2-1 with a 4.32 ERA (16 ER/33.1 IP) in 16 games (two starts) for Mazatlan in the Mexican Winter League. 2005: Made his professional debut with stops at three levels in the Angels’ farm system: Rookie-level Arizona League, Class-A Cedar Rapids and Rancho Cucamonga…Combined to go 3-5 with a 3.93 ERA (23 ER/52.2 IP)…Spent most of the year with Cedar Rapids, converting eight of 12 save opportunites. PERSONAL: Originally signed by the Los Angeles Angels as a non-drafted free agent on 12/13/04…Married, wife’s name is Lucia…The couple has a daughter, Leah.

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2005 AZL Angels 1 0 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 4.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 Rancho Cucamonga-1 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 4.2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 Cedar Rapids 2 5 4.70 28 0 0 0 8 44.0 47 30 23 4 4 8 3 42 6 0 2006 Rancho Cucamonga 1 0 1.71 14 0 0 0 1 26.1 17 5 5 2 1 2 0 24 0 0 Arkansas 0 2 3.88 31 0 0 0 4 53.1 41 23 23 8 0 17 0 38 0 0 2007 Arkansas 8 4 3.37 30 19 1 1 1 130.2 128 53 49 13 12 42 1 81 3 2 2008 Injured 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2009 Injured-2 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2010 Salem 6 4 4.54 17 16 0 0 0 73.1 82 42 37 5 8 18 0 47 8 0 2011 Salem 0 1 1.80 2 2 0 0 0 5.0 5 1 1 0 1 2 0 4 0 0 Portland 0 5 6.17 15 6 0 0 0 46.2 55 41 32 4 7 19 0 45 3 1 Pawtucket 0 1 1.80 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 2 1 1 1 0 2 0 5 0 0 2012 Norfolk-3 3 2 1.61 14 6 0 0 1 44.2 22 12 8 1 0 10 0 53 1 0 BALTIMORE 9 4 3.25 18 15 0 0 0 105.1 92 38 38 13 5 35 2 77 3 2 2013 BALTIMORE 11 8 3.78 30 28 0 0 0 171.1 157 81 72 24 3 53 3 120 4 0 2014 Bowie 0 0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 1 0 Norfolk 1 0 3.00 2 2 0 0 0 9.0 6 3 3 1 0 2 0 1 2 0 BALTIMORE 10 9 3.23 27 26 1 1 0 159.0 155 61 57 25 8 51 1 111 4 1 2015 Bowie 1 0 3.60 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 4 2 2 1 0 1 0 4 0 0 BALTIMORE 9 12 4.91 26 26 0 0 0 144.2 151 81 79 24 8 51 2 109 4 0 Minor Lg. Totals 23 24 3.63 161 54 1 1 15 455.2 413 213 184 40 33 126 4 359 24 3 BALTIMORE TOTALS 39 33 3.82 101 95 1 1 0 580.1 555 261 246 86 24 190 8 417 15 3 American League 39 33 3.82 101 95 1 1 0 580.1 555 261 246 86 24 190 8 417 15 3 ML Totals 9 33 3.82 101 95 1 1 0 580.1 555 261 246 86 24 190 8 417 15 3

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1- Signed by the Angels as a minor league free agent on December 13, 2004 2- Selected by the Red Sox in the Rule 5 Draft on December 11, 2008 3- Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on February 28, 2012

DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2012 BAL vs. NYY 0 0 1.29 1 1 0 0 0 7.0 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 Totals 0 0 1.29 1 1 0 0 0 7.0 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 8 0 0

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CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2014 BAL vs. KC 0 1 1.59 1 1 0 0 0 5.2 4 2 1 0 2 4 1 4 1 0 Totals 0 1 1.59 1 1 0 0 0 5.2 4 2 1 0 2 4 1 4 1 0 GONZALEZ BATTING Career

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .000 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 .000 .000

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FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2012 1.000 18 3 7 0 1 2013 .968 30 6 24 1 1 2014 .952 27 7 13 1 0 2015 1.000 26 10 14 0 3 Totals .977 101 26 58 2 5

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When Miguel Gonzalez beat the Yankees in Game 3 of the 2012 Division Series at Yankee Stadium, he became the fifth pitcher to work seven or more innings and allow one run or fewer, one walk or fewer and strike out eight or more in a postseason game in the Bronx. The others:

Cliff Lee Cliff Lee Curt Schilling Burt Hooton Don Newcombe

10/18/10 (ALCS G3) 10/28/09 (WS1) 10/31/01 (WS4) 10/12/77 (WS2) 10/5/49 (WS1)

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FULL NAME: James Jerry Hardy BORN: August 19, 1982 OPENING DAY AGE: 33 BIRTHPLACE: Tucson, AZ RESIDES: Tempe, AZ CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2017 MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 10.164 ACQUIRED: From Minnesota along with INF Brendan Harris in exchange for minor league RHP Jim Hoey and RHP Brett Jacobsen on December 9, 2010.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS HITS: 5, 5/6/12 at BOS…RUNS: 3, 10 times, last: 8/8/14 vs. STL…DOUBLES: 2, 22 times, most recently 7/22/14 at LAA… TRIPLES: 1, 13 times, last: 6/5/12 at BOS…HOME RUNS: 2, 11 times, last: 8/8/14 vs. STL…RBI: 6, 9/7/05 at CIN… STOLEN BASES: 1, eight times, last: 9/14/13 at TOR…WALKS: 3, twice, last: 8/3/09 at LAD…HITTING STREAK: 19 games, 4/19-5/8/07…GRAND SLAMS: 4, last: 8/31/14 vs. MIN off Anthony Swarzak…LEADOFF HOME RUNS: 4, last: 7/28/11 at TOR off Carlos Villanueva.

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2014: Earned his third career Rawlings Gold Glove Award…Ranked seventh in the AL in Defensive WAR (2.1)...Led AL shortstops in Total Zone Runs (14) and was second in Range Factor/Game (4.12)...Ranked second among AL shortstops with 99 double plays turned, was third in fielding percentage (.978) and assists (394), and fifth in putouts (187)...Batted .315/.362/.413 with 42 RBI in 107 plate appearances with RISP...Snapped career-long 339 at-bat homerless streak on 6/21 at NYY...Played in his 1,200th career game on 7/9 vs. WAS...Collected a season-high four hits on 8/4 at WAS...Logged 11th career multi-home run game, going 2-for-3 with a walk, two home runs, and a season-high four RBI on 8/8 vs. STL...Hit his fourth career grand slam on 8/31 vs. MIN...Started all seven postseason games, batting .240/.321/.400 with a double, home run, and three RBI in 28 plate appearances...Homered in Game 1 of the ALDS, a solo shot in the seventh inning off Max Scherzer. 2013: Earned first career start as AL shortstop (5,283,144 votes, eighth-highest overall total in the AL) at the All-Star Game, his second career ASG (also 2007)…Went 0-for-2 with an RBI…Won his second career Gold Glove Award and became the third shortstop in Orioles history to win the award in consecutive years, joining Cal Ripken, Jr. (1991-92) and Mark Belanger (six straight, 1973-78)…Honored with his first career Silver Slugger Award (as AL shortstop)…Led AL shortstops in games (159) and double plays turned (108) and also ranked in the top four in assists (second, 403), putouts (third, 230), total zone runs (third, four) and fielding percentage (fourth, .981)…At the time Joined Derek Jeter (five), Jimmy Rollins (four), Alex Rodriguez (two) and Troy Tulowitzki (two) as active players with multiple Glove Gloves at shortstop…Became the fourth active player (ninth since 1901) with three 25-plus home run seasons at shortstop (Rodriguez, Tejada and Tulowitzki)…Became the only shortstop in the majors with at least 20 home runs in each of the last three seasons…Led all Major League shortstops with 77 home runs and 224 RBI since joining the Orioles in 2011…Had season-long 13-game hitting streak, 5/3-18, during which he batted .360 (16-for-50) with a walk, two doubles, five home runs, eight runs, and 10 RBI…Batted .312/.346/.540 in 52-game stretch, 4/26-6/21…Had a season-high four hits, 6/6 at HOU…Had 10th career two-homer game, 6/1 vs. DET (Verlander)…Became the fourth player with three-plus home runs off Justin Verlander in one season, joining Jim Thome (four times, 2006), Victor Martinez (four times, 2007), and Jermaine Dye (three times, 2006). 2012: Led AL shortstops in games (158), putouts (244), assists (529), and fielding percentage (.992)…Led AL in assists (529) and was second in at-bats (663) and plate appearances (713)…Led league in fielding percentage and Range Factor for

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Led Major League shortstops in fielding percentage (.993) and finished second among AL shortstops in Zone Rating (.823), ninth in assists (301), and 10th in putouts (141) • Hit safely in 13 of his last 18 games (.246, 16-for-65) with four doubles, a home run, and five RBI since 9/12 • Placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left groin strain on 8/24...Posted the second-highest batting average among AL shortstops in June (.307, 27-for-88) • Registered an Orioles season-high 15-game hitting streak, 7/17-8/1 (.291/.310/.436), the third-longest hitting streak of his career...His 15-game hitting streak was the second-longest by a MLB shortstop in 2015 behind Troy Tulowitzki’s 21-game hitting streak, 6/15-7/9 • Hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning, 5/29 vs. TB to give the Orioles a 2-1 win...It was his fifth career walk-off hit and first since a game-winning single, 5/12/11 vs. SEA • Snapped a 73 at-bat homerless streak with his first homer of 2015 on 5/10 at NYY • Exited on 5/25 vs. HOU following the seventh inning with back tightness • Since 2011, is third among Major League shortstops with 94 home runs and ranks sixth with 313 RBI

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HARDY shortstops for second straight season…His .992 fielding percentage was the highest by an Oriole since Mike Bordick (.998) in 2002…His 529 assists were most by an AL shortstop since Cal Ripken, Jr. (531) in 1989…Became the fourth Orioles shortstop to win a Gold Glove…Became the only shortstop in the majors with at least 20 home runs in 2011 and 2012…Started at shortstop in every Orioles win (93-65), with the Orioles going 0-4 in games he did not start…Batted second in all but eight of his games played, with the team going 89-61 with him in the two-hole…Had a .774 OPS and 15 of his 22 home runs in 80 home games compared to .571 OPS in 78 road games…Went 2-for-3 with a home run on his bobblehead day, 9/30 vs. BOS…Set season-high with five RBI on four hits and collected ninth career multi-homer game (second of the season), 9/11 vs. TB…Was his second four-plus hit game of the season…Had season-high seven-game hit streak, 8/19-28 (.345/.367/.586)…Batted .297/.366/.484 with six walks, three doubles, three home runs, and 13 RBI in 16-game stretch, 7/22-8/8…Hit game-tying home run in the seventh inning on 8/7 vs. SEA…Collected three hits and a then-season-high tying three RBI, 7/27 vs. OAK…Snapped a 0-for-28 stretch with a game-tying home run in the bottom of the 13th inning, 7/14 vs. DET…Had career-high five hits, three runs, and two home runs, 5/6 at BOS… Reached safely in season-high 13 straight games, 4/27-5/10 (.316/.344/.667)…Batted .314/.352/.570 (7 HR, 18 RBI) in May (27 G), led Major League shortstop in hits (38), home runs, RBI, total bases (69), SLG & OPS (.922)…Hit second of AL record three consecutive home runs to start the game for Orioles, 5/10 vs. TEX (G1)…Went 2-for-5 with a run and an RBI in AL Wild Card Game at TEX…Hit game-winning RBI double in the 13th inning at NYY in Game 4 of the ALDS to send the series to a deciding fifth game…Went 3-for-22 in five games vs. NYY in ALDS. 2011: Hit a career-high 30 homers, becoming third Orioles shortstop to hit 30 in a season (Ripken in 1991 and Tejada 2004)… Tied his career-high with 80 RBI (also Milwaukee in 2007)…Named AL Player of the Week, 8/8-14…Tied with Colorado’s Troy Tulowitzki for most homers by shortstop (30) in the majors…Led AL shortstops with a .990 fielding percentage, 4.92 total chances per game, 3.2 assists per game, and Range Factor per game (4.76)…His .491 slugging percentage led AL shortstops…From 6/1 through the end of the season, tied with Albert Pujols for the third-most homers in the majors (28) behind Mark Reynolds (30), and Dan Uggla (29)…His 57 extra-base hits were 25th in the AL and second on the club behind Mark Reynolds’ 65…Drove in a run in eight straight games 8/2-12, the fourth longest streak in Orioles history and longest since Tejada collected an RBI in nine straight from 4/8-17/05…Had 16 go-ahead RBI and seven game-winning RBI…Tied his then-career-high with four hits on 8/10 vs. CWS…Batted .338 over a 35-game stretch from 5/21-6/30 with 10 doubles, nine homers, 20 RBI and 24 runs scored…Hit nine home runs in June, the second most by a shortstop in franchise history behind Miguel Tejada’s 10 in August 2007…Hit four leadoff home runs (6/7, 6/10, 7/5, and 7/28), the most in a season by an Oriole since Brian Roberts hit four leadoff homers in 2005…Hit in 13 straight games, 8/17-30, going 20-for-59 (.339)…Homered in consecutive games, 6/1-3…Hit home runs in his first two games batting in the leadoff spot on 6/7 and 6/10…Hit grand slam on 5/15 at TB…Hit first home run as an Oriole on 5/10 vs. SEA… Homered in nine consecutive series, 5/30-6/29…Reached base safely five times on 6/10 vs. TB…Had a stint on the disabled list with a strained left oblique, 4/10-5/9…Signed a three-year contract extension through 2014 on 7/18. 2010: Played his first season with Minnesota after being acquired from Milwaukee in exchange for outfielder Carlos Gomez in the offseason…Was the Twins’ Opening Day shortstop and hit safely in his first five games…His 101 games played as a shortstop were the most for a Twins shortstop since Jason Bartlett in 2007 (138 games)…Hit his first and second home runs as a Twin in back-to-back games, 4/6-7 at LAA…Scored the game-winning run on a wild pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning, 5/4 vs. DET, after hitting a one-out triple…Had a nine-game hit-streak, 4/25-5/25, batting .324 (12-for-37) with four doubles, a triple and three RBI during the span…Placed on the 15-day disabled list in the middle of the streak (5/11) with a left wrist contusion, missing 12 games and was reinstated 5/25…Was placed back on the disabled list with left wrist contusion, 6/11-7/3, missing 20 games… Returned to the lineup and batted .351 (26-for-74) with five doubles, a triple, a home run, eight RBI, and 12 runs scored in 23 July games…Scored seven runs in a five-game span, 7/24-30 as the Twins went 5-0 and he collected eight hits, including a triple, a homer and three RBI during that span…Made five errors in a 13-game span, 8/11-9/2 after committing just three errors in his first 69 games prior to that…Tied a career-high by scoring three runs, 9/20 vs. Cleveland (3-for-4 in the game). 2009: Made 110 starts for the Brewers, all at shortstop...Recorded his 500th career hit, 6/26 vs. SF with a solo home run off Matt Cain...Posted his seventh career four-hit game, 6/29 vs. NYM…Batted .229 (85-for-371) with 11 home runs and 45 RBI in 102 games before being optioned to Triple-A Nashville, 8/12...Acquired by the Twins from the Brewers in exchange for Carlos Gomez on 11/6. 2008: Made 143 starts at shortstop for the Brewers...Was named National League Player of the Week, 6/30-7/6...Posted a season-high 16-game hit-streak from 6/11-7/4...Had back-to-back four-hit games, 7/3 at ARI and 7/4 vs. PIT...Recorded fourth career two-homer game, 7/6 vs. PIT...Set career-highs in batting average (.283), doubles (31), triples (four), and walks (52)... Became just the third player in Brewers history to hit 20 or more home runs as a shortstop in two different seasons (Robin Yount in 1980 and 1982 and Jose Hernandez in 2001-02)...Ranked second among MLB shortstops in home runs and third in RBI. 2007: Made 145 starts for Milwaukee, all at shortstop...Recorded a career-high 19-game hit-streak, batting .418 (33-for-79), 4/19-5/8...Hit four home runs in three games, 4/19-21, including his first career two-homer game, 4/21 vs. HOU...Named Brewers Player of the Month for April...Hit second career grand slam, 5/12 at NYM off Joe Smith...Selected to his first All-Star Game in San Francisco as a reserve infielder and entered the game defensively, drawing a walk off Seattle’s J.J. Putz in his only plate appearance...Had his second career two-homer game, 8/17 vs. CIN...Set then career-highs in runs (89), hits (164), home runs (26), RBI (80), at-bats (592) and games played (151). 2006: Made the Brewers Opening Day roster for the second consecutive season and made 29 starts, all at shortstop...Was one of five Brewers (Hall, Miller, Clark, and Fielder) to homer in the fourth inning, 4/22 vs. CIN, marking the fifth time in Major League history that a team hit five homers in one inning...Was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a sprain of the distal deltoid ligament in his right ankle, 5/16 and had season-ending surgery, undergoing a retinacular repair to stabilize the peroneal tendon in his right

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1- Selected by Milwaukee in the second round of the 2001 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by Minnesota from Milwaukee in exchange for OF Carlos Gomez on November 6, 2009 3- Acquired by the Orioles with minor league INF Brendan Harris from Minnesota in exchange for minor league RHPs Jim Hoey and Brett Jacobsen on December 9, 2010

WILD CARD YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 BAL vs. TEX .400 1 5 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .400 .400 Totals .400 1 5 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .400 .400

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2001 AZL Brewers-1 .250 5 20 6 5 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 .450 .286 Ogden .248 35 125 20 31 5 0 2 15 3 1 0 15 0 12 1 2 2 .336 .326 2002 High Desert .293 84 335 53 98 19 1 6 48 3 6 1 19 0 38 9 3 3 .409 .327 Huntsville .228 38 145 14 33 7 0 1 13 4 2 0 9 0 19 1 2 4 .297 .269 2003 Huntsville .279 114 416 67 116 26 0 12 62 4 4 3 58 4 54 6 4 11 .428 .368 2004 Indianapolis .277 26 101 17 28 10 0 4 20 0 2 0 9 0 8 0 0 1 .495 .330 2005 MILWAUKEE .247 124 372 46 92 22 1 9 50 8 2 1 44 7 48 0 0 10 .384 .327 2006 MILWAUKEE .242 35 128 13 31 5 0 5 14 0 1 0 10 0 23 1 1 4 .398 .295 2007 MILWAUKEE .277 151 592 89 164 30 1 26 80 4 1 1 40 1 73 2 3 13 .463 .323 2008 MILWAUKEE .283 146 569 78 161 31 4 24 74 5 2 1 52 3 98 2 1 18 .478 .343 2009 Nashville .254 18 71 7 18 2 0 4 12 0 0 0 3 0 9 0 0 1 .451 .284 MILWAUKEE .229 115 414 53 95 16 2 11 47 1 5 2 43 0 85 0 1 14 .357 .302 2010 Beloit-2 .200 3 10 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 .200 .333 MINNESOTA .268 101 340 44 91 19 3 6 38 3 4 0 28 1 54 1 1 8 .394 .320 2011 BALTIMORE-3 .269 129 527 76 142 27 0 30 80 2 5 2 31 3 92 0 0 10 .491 .310 2012 BALTIMORE .238 158 663 85 158 30 2 22 68 7 2 3 38 4 106 0 0 21 .389 .282 2013 BALTIMORE .263 159 601 66 158 27 0 25 76 3 2 0 38 3 73 2 1 14 .433 .306 2014 BALTIMORE .268 141 529 56 142 28 0 9 52 3 4 4 29 1 104 0 0 12 .372 .309 2015 Bowie .333 3 12 2 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 .417 .333 BALTIMORE .219 114 411 45 90 14 0 8 37 2 4 0 20 0 88 0 0 11 .311 .253 Minor Lg. Totals .271 329 1244 188 337 72 2 29 172 38 32 5 118 4 147 17 11 23 .402 .333 BALTIMORE Totals .253 701 2731 328 690 126 2 94 313 17 17 9 156 11 463 2 1 68 .404 .294 American League .254 802 3071 372 781 145 5 100 351 20 21 9 184 12 517 3 2 76 .402 .296 National League .262 571 2075 279 543 104 8 75 265 18 11 5 189 11 327 5 6 59 .428 .323 ML Totals .257 1373 5146 651 1324 249 13 175 616 38 32 14 373 23 844 8 8 135 .413 .307

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ankle (transferred to the 60-day disabled list, 7/29). 2005: Made the Brewers’ Opening Day roster for the first time in his career and spent the entire season with Milwaukee... Became the sixth Brewers player to make his Major League debut in Opening Day starting lineup...Made 104 starts, all at shortstop and his Major League debut, 4/4 at PIT...Singled off Rick White for first career hit, 4/4 at PIT...Hit his first career home run off Randy Wolf, 6/11 at PHI...Was second among NL rookies in doubles (22) and walks (44), third in RBI (50) and seventh in hits (92)...Played in the Arizona Fall League with the Peoria Javelinas. 2004: Spent entire season at Triple-A Indianapolis but played in just 26 games due to a shoulder injury...Batted .277 with four home runs and 20 RBI before suffering a torn labrum in his left shoulder on 5/9 at Ottawa (underwent season-ending surgery, 5/28, performed by Dr. Lewis Yocum)...Ranked as the third-best prospect in the Brewers organization by Baseball America, entering the 2005 season. 2003: Spent entire season at Double-A Huntsville and was named to both the Southern League’s mid-season and post-season All-Star teams...Named the third-best minor league shortstop by SportsTicker...Played in the MLB All-Star Futures Game on 7/13 at U.S. Cellular Field...Played for the USA Olympic Qualifying Team...Was ranked the third-best prospect in the Brewers organization by Baseball America, entering the 2004 season.. 2002: Began season at Class-A Advanced High Desert, where he batted .293 with six home runs and 48 RBI in 84 games before a 7/17 promotion to Huntsville, where he batted .228 with one home run and 13 RBI in 38 games (combined to hit .273 with seven home runs and 61 RBI in 122 games between the two levels)...Played in the Arizona Fall League with the Maryvale Saguaros...Ranked as the sixth-best prospect in the Brewers organization by Baseball America, entering the 2003 season. 2001: Spent his first professional season with the AZL Brewers and Ogden...Made his professional debut on 7/21…Began the season in the Arizona League, batting .250 (5-for-20) with one RBI in five games...Transferred to Ogden on 7/27 where he hit .248 with two home runs and 15 RBI in 35 games...Ranked as the 10th-best prospect in the Pioneer League by Baseball America... Ranked as the seventh-best prospect in the Brewers organization by Baseball America, entering 2002. PERSONAL: Was originally selected in the second round of the 2001 First-Year Player Draft by the Milwaukee Brewers and signed by Brewers scout Brian Johnson…Is a 2001 graduate of Sabino (AZ) High School...Was an All-State selection from 1999-2001 and an All-American selection in 2001...Was a member of the USA Junior National team that won the silver medal in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in 2000...Played for the USA Olympic Qualifying Team in 2003...Appeared in an episode of “The Young and the Restless” in 2007 (aired on 6/20/07)…Married, wife’s name is Adrienne…She was a softball player at the University of Arizona…The couple has a son, Jay Jax.

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DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2008 MIL vs. PHI .429 4 14 2 6 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 .500 .500 2010 MIN vs. NYY .100 3 10 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .200 .100 2012 BAL vs. NYY .136 5 22 0 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 1 .227 .174 2014 BAL vs. DET .300 3 10 3 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 .600 .417 Totals .232 15 56 5 13 4 0 1 5 0 0 0 5 1 7 0 0 1 .357 .295

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CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2014 BAL vs. KC .200 4 15 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 .267 .250 Totals .200 4 15 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 .267 .250

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ALL-STAR YEAR CLUB 2007 NL at SF 2013 AL at NYM Totals

AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1.000 .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .333

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FIELDING SS PCT G PO A E DP 2005 .975 119 133 259 10 52 2006 .986 32 51 91 2 25 2007 .978 149 168 397 13 83 2008 .977 145 202 430 15 86 2009 .983 112 146 318 8 61 2010 .976 100 150 289 11 62 2011 .990 129 211 403 6 79 2012 .992 158 244 529 6 113 2013 .981 159 230 403 12 108 2014 .978 141 187 394 13 99 2015 .993 114 141 301 3 57 Totals .983 1358 1863 3814 99 825

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FULL NAME: Ubaldo Jimenez BORN: January 22, 1984

OPENING DAY AGE: 32

BIRTHPLACE: Nagua, DR

RESIDES: La Romana, DR

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ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a free agent to a fouryear contract on February 19, 2014.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS NO-HITTER: 4/17/10 at ATL…LONGEST OUTING: 9.0 innings, five times, last: 6/1/11 at LAD…LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 4.0 innings, 8/23/14 at CHC…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 13, twice, last: 9/29/13 at MIN…WALK HIGH: 6, 12 times, last: 9/4/15 at TOR…HR ALLOWED: 3, twice, last: 7/17/15 at DET…WINNING STREAK: 9 games, 5/15-7/8/10…LOSING STREAK: 8 games, 8/14/12-4/16/13.

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MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 8.087

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2014: Made Orioles debut on 4/2 vs. BOS (6.0 IP, 5 H, 4 ER, 3 BB, 6 K, 2 HR, 1 HB)...Notched his first win for the Orioles on 5/2 at MIN (7.1 IP, 1 BB, 10 K), combining with Zach Britton and Tommy Hunter on a four-hit shutout...Posted a 3.12 ERA (12 ER/34.2 IP) in six May starts, allowing one earned run or fewer in four of the six outings...Pitched to a 3.41 ERA (26 ER/68.2 IP) in a 12-start stretch, 5/2-6/30...Tossed season-high 8.0 innings, allowing one unearned run on 6/30 vs. TEX...Placed on DL, retroactive to 7/8, with a right ankle sprain...Reinstated from the DL on 8/9...Made rehab starts for Short-Season A Aberdeen and Triple-A Norfolk...Made four starts and three relief appearances after coming off the DL, going 3-1 with a 5.96 ERA (17 ER/25.2 IP)...Went 5-4 with a 3.40 ERA (35 ER/92.2 IP), 52 walks, and 83 strikeouts in 16 night starts...Earned the win in the Orioles AL East division-clinching game on 9/16 vs. TOR (5.0 IP, 2 H, 2 ER, 4 BB, 6 K)...Struck out the side in his final appearance of the season (third relief outing) on 9/28 at TOR...Was on the Orioles American League Division Series roster, but did not pitch in the ALDS. 2013: Among AL leaders in ERA (10th, 3.30), strikeouts (ninth, 194), walks (tied for third, 80), wins (tied for 15th, 13), HR/9.0 IP (12th, 0.79), K/9.0 IP (fourth, 9.56), lowest slugging percentage (eighth, .367), road ERA (eighth, 2.95) and opponents average with RISP (sixth, .205)…Named AL Pitcher of the Month for September (third career award, last May 2010), going 4-0 with 1.09 ERA (41.0 IP, 5 ER, 7 BB, 51 K) in six starts…Led CLE in ERA, striking out 194 batters and compiling a team-high and careerbest 9.6 strikeouts per 9.0 IP…Ended the season having allowed three earned runs or fewer in 13 straight starts dating back to 7/22…Struck out 194 batters and finished fourth in the AL with a career-best 9.6 K/9.0 IP…Went 6-5 with a 1.82 ERA (84.0 IP, 17 ER, 27 BB, 100 K) in 12 starts after the All-Star break…His second half ERA was the second-lowest in the majors (Kershaw, LAD,

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• Earned his 100th career win on 9/22 at WAS, and became the 11th Dominican Republic-born pitcher to accomplish the feat • Became the 11th Dominican Republic-born pitcher to post 250 career starts (currently ranks ninth with 265 starts) and the 15th to log at least 1500.0 career innings (currently ranks 12th with 1585.0 IP) • Moved into eighth place all-time among Major League pitchers born in the Dominican Republic with 1,456 career strikeouts • Ranked 16th among qualifying American League starting pitchers and first among Orioles starting pitchers averaging 8.22 strikeouts per 9.0 IP (168 K, 184.0 IP) • Led Baltimore pitchers in games started (32), strikeouts (168), and wins (12) • Held left-handed hitters to a .227 batting average (82-for-362) and a .310 OBP • Surpassed the 100-pitch threshold in 14 of his 32 starts • On 9/22 at WAS, produced an RBI single, and according to the Elias Sports Bureau, became the 25th American League pitcher in 19 years of Interleague Play to notch a victory and game-winning RBI in the same contest • In 13 starts at Oriole Park, went 6-2 with a 3.68 ERA (33 ER/80.2 IP) and seven Quality Starts, while the Orioles went 11-2 in those games • Went 7-4 with a 2.81 ERA (31 ER/99.1 IP) in 17 starts prior to the All-Star break • In four outings from 6/12-28, went 4-0 with a 3.28 ERA (9 ER/24.2 IP), 29 strikeouts, and two Quality Starts • Struck out a season-high nine batters (7.0 IP) in a win on 5/11 vs. TOR • Opened the season with a 13.2 innings scoreless streak and did not surrender an earned run over his first 18.2 innings at Oriole Park • Turned in his first career start of 7.0 or more innings pitched, one or fewer hits, and eight or more strikeouts on 4/11 vs. TOR (W, 7.0 IP, 1 H, 1 BB, 8 K)

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UBALDO JIMENEZ 1.59)…Fanned 10 batters in consecutive starts, 8/23 vs. MIN and 8/29 at ATL for the first time in his career…Tied career-high with 13 strikeouts on 9/29 vs. MIN (1 ER/6.2 IP) in AL Wild Card-clinching win…Joined Kazmir and Masterson with 150-plus strikeouts, the fourth time in CLE history that three teammates did so the same season…According to the Elias Sports Bureau, he became the third CLE pitcher since 1979 to record three 10-strikeout efforts in a span of four starts (8/23-9/9)…Finished the season with a sub-4.00 ERA for the first time since 2010 (2.88)…Allowed three earned runs or fewer in 27 of his 32 starts, going 12-6 with a 2.15 ERA (39 ER/163.1 IP) in those 27 starts…Posted a 2.41 ERA (37 ER/138.0 IP) over his final 23 starts dating back to 5/27… Allowed two runs or fewer in 21 of his last 28 starts. 2012: Spent full season with CLE, finishing with a 9-17 record, the most losses by an Indians pitcher since Tom Candiotti in 1987 (18)…In addition to leading the AL in losses, he led the league in wild pitches (16) and finished second in walks, fifth in runs allowed, and sixth in earned runs allowed…Went 3-3 with a 2.93 ERA in seven starts, 6/1-7/7 (46.0 IP, 38 H, 15 ER, 16 BB, 44 K)…Recorded his 12th career double-digit strikeout game on 8/9 vs. BOS, a season-high 10 strikeouts…From 6/10-8/31, fanned 94 batters over 91.1 innings covering 16 starts (9.3 K/9.0 IP)…Allowed one hit over 7.0 IP in his season debut on 4/7 vs. TOR (ND, 7.0 IP, 1 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 3 K)…Served five-game suspension handed down by MLB, 4/8-14, stemming from Spring Training incident at COL on 4/1…Season ended after start of 9/22 at KC (4.1 IP, 7 H, 5 ER) due to a sprained right ankle…His ERA in his 14 wins and no-decisions was 2.69 (26 ER/87.0 IP)…His ERA at home (3.70) was three runs lower than his road ERA (6.82). 2011: Went a combined 10-13 with a 4.68 ERA (98 ER/188.1 IP) in 32 starts between CLE and COL…His 180 strikeouts were tied for 26th in MLB and his 8.6 K/9.0 IP ranked 14th…His two complete games ranked tied for ninth in the NL despite being traded out of the NL on 7/31…At the time of the trade to CLE, was eighth among NL pitchers in K/9.0 IP (8.6), 15th in strikeouts (118) and 21st in opponents average (.251)…Made his second straight Opening Day start for COL on 4/1 vs. ARI…Became just the fourth pitcher in Rockies history to start consecutive Opening Day games…On the 15-day DL, 4/2-18 with a torn cuticle on his right pitching thumb that dated back to Spring Training…Did not win his first game until his 10th start, 6/1 at LAD (9.0 IP, 4 H, 7 K), his third career shutout…Went 3-2 with a 2.45 ERA in six June starts (40.1 IP, 37 H, 11 ER, 33 K)…Struck out 40 batters in 32.0 July innings…Last start with COL on 7/31 at SD was career shortest (1.0 IP, removed after being traded)…Left COL as the all-time franchise leader in strikeouts (773), second in ERA (3.66), third in wins (56), and fourth in innings (851.0) and starts (137)…Made CLE debut on 8/5 at TEX (ND, 5.0 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, 3 BB, 7 K, 1 HR)…Earned first AL win, 8/10 vs. DET (8.0 IP, 5 H, 3 R/0 ER, 1 BB, 6 K)…Posted season-high and CLE 2011 team-high 10 K in earning second win with CLE, 8/26 vs. KC (11th game of 10+ K in career). 2010: Set Rockies single-season record for wins by a starter (19), ERA (2.88), strikeouts (214), opponents average (.209), and fewest home runs allowed (10)…Led the NL in winning percentage (.704), was second in opponents average (.209), third in wins (19) and strikeouts (214), tied for third in complete games (4), seventh in innings (221.2), eighth in ERA (2.88), and finished third in the NL Cy Young voting…Became the first COL pitcher to throw a no-hitter on 4/ 17 at ATL (6 BB, 7 K, 128 P, 31 BF) and was the starting pitcher for the NL in the All-Star Game, first COL pitcher to start an All-Star Game and the fourth Dominican-born pitcher to throw a no-hitter…Had a Rockies record nine-straight winning decisions, 5/15-7/8 and set a club record with 33.0 consecutive scoreless innings, 5/15-6/6…With his 14th win on 6/28 at SD, he became the first pitcher to have 14 wins in his first 16 starts since Pedro Martinez in 1999 (14-2 in his first 16 starts)…The last pitcher to go 14-1 or better in his first 16 starts was John Smoltz in 1996 (14-1)…On 6/17 at MIN, he became the first pitcher in 24 years to win at least 13 of his first 14 starts (Clemens, 14-0 in 15 GS for 1986 BOS)…Was the first NL pitcher to win 13 of his first 14 starts in 98 years, since Rube Marquard of the NYG won his first 18 starts in 1912…Had two consecutive scoreless innings streaks of 25.0 innings or longer (also 25.1 IP, 4/17-5/3)…The last pitcher to have two scoreless innings streaks of at least 25.0 IP in a season was Jack Morris in 1986…Was the third pitcher in history to allow two runs or fewer in each of his first 12 starts of a season (also DET’s Al Benton in first 15 starts in 1945 and CIN’s Edinson Volquez in his first 12 starts in 2008…With his win 7/8 vs. STL, he became the first NL pitcher to have at least 15 wins prior to the ASG since Greg Maddux in 1988 (15-3 with CHC), just the 26th pitcher in MLB history to have 15 pre-ASG wins… Fanned career-high 13 on 5/3 at SD…Increased his wins total in each of the four seasons from 2007-10 and lowered his ERA in each season…Ranked third in the NL in fewest home runs allowed per 9.0 IP (0.41). 2009: Finished tied for fourth in the NL in wins, sixth in innings and strikeouts, and tied for seventh in starts…Went 9-3 with a 3.08 ERA (35 ER/102.1 IP) after the All-Star break…Set Rockies record for Quality Starts (24)…Pitched at least 6.0 innings in 29 of his starts, including franchise-best 25 consecutive outings, 5/1-9/7…Threw second-most pitches (3,570) in the NL…Limited opposing hitters to a .229 average, the eighth-lowest mark in the NL…Opponent slugging percentage (.326) was the fourth-lowest mark in the NL…Finished fifth in the NL with a 2.07 GB/FB ratio…Joined Adam Wainwright as only NL pitchers in top-10 in GB/FB ratio and strikeouts….Appeared in one game for the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic (3/10 vs. Netherlands) and set a WBC record with 10 strikeouts…Started a total of five playoff games for COL, including Games 1 and 4 of the NLDS vs. PHI. 2008: Joined Aaron Cook as the first two right-handed pitchers in Rockies history to win at least 10 games and have a sub-4.00 ERA in the same season…Allowed three earned runs or fewer in 27 of his 34 starts…Recorded 172 strikeouts, ranking 14th in the NL…Tied for the NL lead in starts (34)…Finished second in the NL with both 103 walks and 16 wild pitches…Opponents had a .348 slugging pct. against him, the sixth-lowest opponents mark in the NL and the lowest mark ever for a COL starter…Allowed 11 homers, tied with Tim Lincecum and Jair Jurrjens for the fewest in the NL…Posted then career-best 11 strikeouts on 5/10 at SD…Ranked second in the NL in fewest home runs allowed per 9.0 IP (0.50). 2007: 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1- Signed by Colorado as a non-drafted free agent on April 25, 2001 2- Acquired by Cleveland from Colorado in exchange for RHP Joseph Gardner, C Matt McBride, LHP Drew Pomeranz, and RHP Alex White on July 30, 2011 3- Signed by the Orioles as a free agent on February 19, 2014

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2002 Casper-1 3 5 6.53 14 14 0 0 0 62.0 72 46 45 6 5 29 1 65 2 3 2003 Asheville 10 6 3.46 27 27 0 0 0 153.2 129 67 59 11 14 67 0 138 9 0 Visalia 1 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 5.0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 0 0 2004 Visalia 4 1 2.23 9 9 1 0 0 44.1 29 15 11 1 3 12 0 61 1 0 2005 Modesto 5 3 3.98 14 14 0 0 0 72.1 61 35 32 5 5 40 1 78 4 0 Tulsa 2 5 5.43 12 11 0 0 0 63.0 58 40 38 12 4 31 0 53 7 0 2006 Tulsa 9 2 2.45 13 13 1 1 0 73.1 49 21 20 2 4 40 1 86 3 1 Colorado  Springs 5 2 5.06 13 13 0 0 0 78.1 74 49 44 7 7 43 1 64 10 1 COLORADO 0 0 3.52 2 1 0 0 0 7.2 5 4 3 1 0 3 0 3 0 0 2007 Colorado  Springs 8 5 5.85 19 19 1 0 0 103.0 110 74 67 9 3 62 0 89 11 0 COLORADO 4 4 4.28 15 15 0 0 0 82.0 70 46 39 10 6 37 4 68 3 0 2008 COLORADO 12 12 3.99 34 34 1 0 0 198.2 182 97 88 11 10 103 4 172 16 0 2009 COLORADO 15 12 3.47 33 33 1 0 0 218.0 183 87 84 13 10 85 6 198 8 3 2010 COLORADO 19 8 2.88 33 33 4 2 0 221.2 164 73 71 10 9 92 7 214 16 1 2011 COLORADO 6 9 4.46 21 21 2 1 0 123.0 118 68 61 10 7 51 5 118 6 0 CLEVELAND-2 4 4 5.10 11 11 0 0 0 65.1 68 43 37 7 2 27 0 62 2 0 2012 CLEVELAND 9 17 5.40 31 31 0 0 0 176.2 190 116 106 25 8 95 3 143 16 1 2013 CLEVELAND 13 9 3.30 32 32 0 0 0 182.2 163 75 67 16 3 80 0 194 8 0 2014 Aberdeen-3 0 0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 4.2 5 1 0 0 0 3 0 3 1 0 Norfolk 0 0 1.50 1 1 0 0 0 6.0 5 1 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 BALTIMORE 6 9 4.81 25 22 0 0 0 125.1 113 68 67 14 4 77 0 116 4 0 2015 BALTIMORE 12 10 4.11 32 32 0 0 0 184.0 182 89 84 20 11 68 1 168 6 0 Minor Lg. Totals 47 29 4.29 124 122 3 1 0 665.2 595 349 317 53 45 330 4 647 48 5 BALTIMORE TOTALS 18 19 4.39 57 54 0 0 0 309.1 295 157 151 34 15 145 1 284 10 0 American League 44 49 4.43 131 128 0 0 0 734.0 716 391 361 82 28 347 4 683 36 1 National League 56 45 3.66 138 137 8 3 0 851.0 722 375 346 55 42 371 26 773 49 4 ML Totals 100 94 4.01 269 265 8 3 0 1585.0 1438 766 707 137 70 718 30 1456 85 5

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Series on 10/25 at BOS (4.2 IP, 3 H, 2 ER). 2006: Made his Major League debut with two relief appearances for COL in late September…Split the rest of the year between Tulsa and Colorado Springs…Made his MLB debut on 9/26 vs. LAD, tossing a scoreless eighth inning (2 H)…Started the season finale on 10/1 vs. CHC (6.2 IP, 3 H, 3 ER)…Combined to go 14-4, 3.80 ERA (64 ER/151.2 IP) with 150 strikeouts in 26 starts in the minors…Ranked first in wins (14) and third in strikeouts (150) in COL system…Opponents hit .194 at Double-A…Went 7-0 in his final eight starts, and posted a 0.28 ERA (1 ER/32.0 IP) and .099 opponents average in his final five games…Was starting pitcher for North squad in Texas League All-Star Game…Named sixth-best TL prospect by Baseball America after the season. 2005: Combined to go 7-8, 4.66 ERA (70 ER/135.1 IP) in 26 games (25 GS) while returning from a shoulder injury…Ranked second in the COL system with 131 strikeouts…Began the year with Modesto of the Class A-Advanced California League… Went 5-3, 3.98 ERA (32 ER/72.1 IP) in 14 games/starts for the Nuts…Compiled a 2.91 ERA (14 ER/43.1 IP) over his first nine appearances…Was Cal League’s starting pitcher for All-Star Game against Carolina League...Was promoted to Double-A Tulsa after that appearance. 2004: Missed the majority of 2004 due to a scapular stress reaction in his right shoulder (posterior shoulder strain)…In 44.1 IP, allowed only 29 hits (.184 average against) with 12 walks and 61 strikeouts…Made his first start, 4/9 vs. San Jose and had 12 strikeouts in 6.0 IP while allowing only two hits and a walk…Was named the Organizational Player of the Month for April (3-0, 1.57 ERA)…Through his first six starts, was 4-0, 1.50 ERA and had fanned 53 batters in 36.0 innings (13.25/9.0 IP)…At the time, sat atop Baseball America’s “Prospect Hot Sheet” of the best prospects in all of minor league baseball…Was pulled after just 3.0 innings during his 5/18 start vs. Stockton due to a right shoulder strain, an injury that would essentially end his season…Tried to make a comeback late in the year, getting a start on 8/1 vs. San Jose, only to be removed after two pitches because of discomfort in the shoulder…Participated in the Fall Instructional League with no problems. 2003: In his first full season in the United States, ranked fourth in the SAL in strikeouts (138), fifth in innings (153.2) and tied for fourth in starts (27) at Class-A Asheville…Had a no-hitter for 7.1 innings on 6/18 at South Georgia, finishing with one hit over 8.0 innings…Transferred to Visalia on 8/31 in time for the Cal League playoffs. PERSONAL: Name is pronounced oo-BAHL-doh hih-MEHN-ehz…Originally signed by Colorado as a non-drafted free agent on 4/25/01…Won a regional Emmy in 2011 as the voice talent for “Rockies All Access: Baseball in the Dominican” with ROOT Sports…Married, wife’s name is Marivi.

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W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 0 0 1.42 1 1 0 0 0 6.1 3 1 1 1 0 4 0 5 0 0 0 1 5.25 2 2 0 0 0 12.0 15 7 7 2 0 3 1 11 0 0 0 1 3.93 3 3 0 0 0 18.1 18 8 8 3 0 7 1 16 0 0

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CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2007 COL vs. ARI 0 0 1.80 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 5 1 1 0 0 4 1 6 1 0 Totals 0 0 1.80 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 5 1 1 0 0 4 1 6 1 0 WORLD SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2007 COL vs. BOS 0 1 3.86 1 1 0 0 0 4.2 3 2 2 0 1 5 0 2 0 0 Totals 0 1 3.86 1 1 0 0 0 4.2 3 2 2 0 1 5 0 2 0 0

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ALL-STAR YEAR CLUB 2010 NL at LAA Totals

W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 0 0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 2.0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 2.0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2009 Dom. Republic 0 0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Totals 0 0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0

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JIMENEZ BATTING Career Post-Season

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .117 282 12 33 0 0 0 11 33 0 0 17 0 98 0 0 4 .117 .167 .143 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 .143 .143

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FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2006 1.000 2 0 2 0 0 2007 .880 15 8 14 3 1 2008 .923 34 16 32 4 1 2009 .967 33 12 47 2 2 2010 .973 33 10 26 1 3 2011 .955 32 14 28 2 1 2012 .966 31 12 16 1 3 2013 .905 32 5 14 2 1 2014 1.000 25 11 9 0 3 2015 .957 32 7 15 1 1 Totals .949 269 95 203 16 16

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HITS: 4, 16 times, last: 5/3/15 at TB…RUNS: 4, twice, last: 9/17/12 at SEA…DOUBLES: 2, 17 times, last: 7/7/15 at MIN… TRIPLES: 1, 27 times, last: 6/5/15 at CLE…HR: 2, eight times, last: 8/16/15 vs. OAK…RBI: 5, three times, last: 4/19/15 at BOS…SB: 2, three times, last: 7/19/14 at OAK…WALKS: 2, 17 times, last: 7/30/15 vs. DET…HITTING STREAK: 20 games, 5/10-29/12…GRAND SLAMS: 1, 7/28/08 at NYY off David Robertson…WALK-OFF HOME RUNS: 2, last: 6/9/12 vs. PHI off B.J. Rosenberg…INSIDE THE PARK HOME RUNS: 1, 5/22/10 at WAS off Craig Stammen.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Led all Orioles outfielders and finished tied for fifth among AL outfielders with 13 outfield assists • Became the first outfielder in Orioles history to log at least 25 home runs over five straight seasons (since 2011) • Named a starting OF for the 2015 All-Star Game, replacing the injured Alex Gordon, after finishing as the top vote-getter among his peers (player selection) • Was the starting left fielder in the All-Star Game (his third straight ASG start) and went 0-for-2...Was his fifth career All-Star selection and fourth straight • Currently ranks seventh on the Orioles all-time home runs list with 193 and 10th on the Orioles all-time RBI list with 647 • Passed Ken Singleton for seventh place on the Orioles home run list on 7/31 vs. DET and passed Paul Blair for 10th place on the Orioles RBI list on 4/10 vs. TOR • Ranked in the top 10 among AL outfielders in assists per 9.0 inn. (sixth, 0.10), Range Factor per game (seventh, 2.46), putouts per 9.0 inn. (eighth, 2.44), and range factor per 9.0 inn. (eighth, 2.54) • Posted two multi-homer games (7/12 vs. WAS, 8/16 vs. OAK) • Hit his 100th career home run at Oriole Park on 7/31 vs. DET, becoming the second player to hit 100 or more homers at OPACY in ballpark history (Rafael Palmeiro, 124) • Tied a career-high with four hits for the third time in 2015 on 5/3 at TB...His three four-hit games tied a single-season career-high (also 2014, 2011) • Became the first Oriole since 1954 to record three four-hit (or more) games within the team’s first 23 games...Became the second player in franchise history to accomplish the feat (since 1914) along with with Baby Doll Jacobson (St. Louis Browns, 1924) • Exited 9/7 at NYY in the eighth inning with right shoulder soreness • Named the Orioles’ 2015 Heart and Hustle Award winner by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (three-time recipient)…The award as voted on by former players, honors an active player who “demonstrates a passion for the game of baseball and best embodies the values, spirit and traditions of the game” according to the MLBPAA • Named the Brooks Robinson Community Service recipient by the MLBPAA • Chosen as the MLB Players Choice 2015 Marvin Miller Man of the Year, which honors a player’s success on the diamond and his willingness to give back to the community 2014: Won his fourth Rawlings Gold Glove Award (third consecutive)…In his seventh full season with the Orioles, posted his fourth straight season playing 150 games and posting at least a .280 average, 25 doubles, 25 home runs, and 80 RBI, joining Cal Ripken, Jr. (1983-86) and Eddie Murray (1977-80 and 1982-85) as the only players to do it in four straight seasons in Orioles history...Became one of nine big leaguers to play in at least 150 games from 2011-14...Finished ninth in the AL with 29 home runs, becoming the first Orioles outfielder with four straight seasons of 25-plus home runs and the first Oriole to do so since Rafael Palmeiro (1995-98)...Selected by the fans to his third straight starting spot, and fourth overall appearance, in the All-Star Game (also 2009, 2012, 2013)...Competed in the Home Run Derby and was eliminated in the second round...Named Co-AL Player of the Week (with Steve Pearce) for the week of 6/30-7/6...Led AL center fielders in games played (155), ranked fourth in assists (seven) and fifth in putouts (374)...Batted .344/.399/.604 with nine home runs and 20 RBI in 168 plate appearances vs. left-handers, ranking ninth in the majors in OPS (1.003) and 10th in average vs. left-handers...Hit .301/.324/.486 with 16 home

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FULL NAME: Adam LaMarque Jones BORN: August 1, 1985 OPENING DAY AGE: 30 BIRTHPLACE: San Diego, CA RESIDES: San Diego, CA CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2018 MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 8.139 ACQUIRED: From Seattle along with LHP George Sherrill and minor leaguers RHP Chris Tillman, RHP Kam Mickolio, and LHP Tony Butler in exchange for LHP Erik Bedard on February 8, 2008.

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ADAM JONES runs and 54 RBI in 94 games before the All-Star break...Collected career-high tying five RBI on 7/19 at OAK, becoming one of six players since 1914 with a walk, a home run, two stolen bases, and five RBI in a game...Posted the fifth multi-home run game of his career and second of the season on 7/21 at LAA...Became the first Oriole since Robert Andino (6/14/09) to steal home on 8/28 vs. TB...Posted his sixth career multi-home run game, going 2-for-4 with two home runs and four RBI on 9/20 vs. BOS...Started all seven postseason games and hit safely in five of the seven contests, batting .222/.323/.333 with a home run and three RBI in 31 plate appearances...Hit a two-run home run in the third inning of ALCS Game 2 off Yordano Ventura. 2013: In his sixth season with the Orioles, was named to his third AL All-Star Team, won third career Gold Glove, and first Silver Slugger Award…Was the leading vote getter among all AL outfielders (6,793,577), the third-highest vote total for any AL player… Went 1-for-3 with a double in the All-Star Game…Was the first Oriole outfielder in club history to be honored with a Silver Slugger Award…Led AL outfielders in home runs (33) and RBI (108) and was third in doubles (35) and slugging percentage (.493), and sixth in average (.285)…Joined Paul Blair (seven straight, 1969-75) as the only Orioles outfielder to receive Gold Gloves in consecutive seasons…Led AL center fielders in games (156), assists (11) and putouts (352 – led AL CF for third time in the last four seasons), and ranked third in fielding percentage (.995)…Finished the season in the AL top-10 in: at-bats (second, 653), RBI (third, 108), runs (fourth, 100), games (tied for fourth, 160), home runs (sixth, 33), and hits (eighth, 186)…Joined by only teammate Chris Davis, Miguel Cabrera, and Paul Goldschmidt with a 30-home run, 100-run, 100-RBI season…Jones and Davis combined for the 10th and 11th such season in club history (first since Tejada in 2004)…Became the second Orioles outfielder with three 25-plus home run seasons (also Frank Robinson)…Was one of seven hitters to record 25-plus doubles and 25-plus home runs from 2011-2013 (also Beltre, Bruce, Cabrera, Cano, Fielder, and Soriano)…Has hit 30-or-more home runs in consecutive seasons…Joined by Jay Bruce as only hitters in the majors to have 35-plus doubles and 30-plus home runs in both 2012 and 2013…Recorded his third career three-hit game on Opening Day, 4/2 at TB (also 2009 and 2010)…For five straight Opening Days, hit .476 (10-for-21) with four doubles, a triple, a homer, five runs scored, and five RBI…Had four season-long nine-game hitting streaks: 4/2-11, 4/20-28, 6/12-21, and 8/1-11…Hit ninth inning game-winning home run off Rivera, 7/7 at NYY…Had third career two-home run game on 7/26 vs. BOS…Tied career-high with four hits on 8/6 at SD…Hit 30th home run, collecting 100th RBI on 9/5 vs. CWS, his first 100-RBI season…On 9/25 vs. TOR, snapped 322 consecutive games played streak (dating back to 9/26/11)…Set new career-high with 33rd home run on 9/27 vs. BOS…Batted .292/.326/.513 with 28 of his 33 homers in 129 games (549 PA) out of the clean-up spot…Hit .358/.389/.582 with four home runs and 15 RBI in 16 games (72 PA) vs. the NL West… Batted .182/.240/.227 in 22 at-bats in the World Baseball Classic, adding two runs, a double, four RBI, and two stolen bases in six games…Had a two-RBI double vs. Team Canada helped Team USA advance to the second round. 2012: Signed a six-year contract extension through 2018 on 5/27…Named the Most Valuable Oriole for second straight season, the seventh Oriole to win the award in consecutive seasons…Made second All-Star team (0-for-1) and won his second career Gold Glove Award (also 2009 for both)…Led AL center fielders in games (162) and putouts (439 – led for second time in last three seasons), ranking second in Range Factor per game (2.75), and third in assists (seven)…Is one of three Orioles outfielders who have won Gold Glove Awards (Paul Blair, 1967, 1969-75 and Nick Markakis, 2011)…Placed sixth in AL MVP voting…Was one of four players to play in 162 games (Prince Fielder, Ichiro, Starlin Castro)…Ranked in the top-10 in the AL in games (tied for first, 162), at-bats (fourth, 648), total bases (fourth, 327), runs (tied for fifth, 103), hits (seventh, 186); doubles (tied for eighth, 39); home runs (tied for 10th, 32)…Posted career-highs in games, at-bats, runs, hits, doubles, home runs, stolen bases (16), average (.287), slugging percentage (.505), OPS (.839), and total bases…The Orioles went 23-8 when he homered…Hit three gamewinning homers in 12th inning or later, the first player in last 40 years to do so (according to the Elias Sports Bureau)…Notched his first 30-home run season…Tied career-high (second time) with four runs on 9/17 at SEA…Hit go-ahead home run in the eighth inning on 9/6 vs. NYY, his 15th go-ahead homer…Set new career-high with 26th home run on 8/30 vs. CWS (J. Quintana)…Hit 100th home run of career on 8/28 vs. CWS…Tied his career-high with four hits on 6/12 vs. PIT…Hit 12th inning walk-off homer on 6/9 vs. PHI (second career)…Had career-long 20-game hit streak, 5/10-29 (.358/.398/.716), tied for longest streak in the majors at that point…Became first player since Mark McGwire in 1988 to homer in the 15th inning or later twice in the same season…Hit go-ahead homer in the 17th inning on 5/6 at BOS, becoming the first Oriole to homer that late since Andy Etchebarren hit a walk-off home run in the 19th inning on 6/4/67 vs. WAS…Batted .292/.393/.833 with four home runs and 10 RBI in 28 PA in extra-innings… Had three 10-game hit streaks, first player with three such streaks in team’s first 40 games since Brian Roberts in 2005…Hit .380 (49-for-129) with a 1.075 OPS in his third plate appearance against a starter in a game…Went a combined 2-for-26 in six postseason games vs. TEX and NYY. 2011: Named Most Valuable Oriole, setting then single-season career-highs with 151 games, 26 doubles, 25 home runs, 83 RBI, 12 stolen bases, 53 extra-base hits and a .466 slugging percentage…His 16 assists led all Major League center fielders and was second among all AL outfielders…Had season-high nine-game hit streak, 8/12-21 (.455, 15-for-33)…Had eight-game hit streak, 7/30-8/6 (.364, 12-for-33)…Had a seven-game RBI streak, 6/18-25, collecting nine RBI in that span…Hit first career walk-off home run on 5/24 vs. KC off Joakim Soria…It was the first walk-off homer for the Orioles since 8/9/10 when Brian Roberts did so off Chicago’s J.J. Putz in the 10th inning…Tied career-high with four hits three times: 5/11 vs. SEA, 6/17 at WAS, and 8/20 at LAA…Collected season-high four RBI, 8/6 vs. TOR…Hit safely in 21 of 26 games with an AB in May, collecting 11 multi-hit games and batting .343/.390/.463 on the month…Batted .295 with 21 home runs and an .829 OPS in 454 PA vs. RHP and .242 with four home runs and a .665 OPS in 164 PA vs. LHP…Hit 19 of his 25 homers at home, slugging .551 at OPACY compared to .379 on the road…Batted .383 with a 1.072 OPS in 16 games in the clean-up spot…Hit .328 (20-for-61) with 22 RBI in 65 PA with two outs and runners in scoring position…Batted .339/.397/.559 with six extra-base hits and nine RBI in 18 games vs. BOS…Hit .591/.625/.909 with four extra-base hits and six RBI in six games vs. SEA. 2010: Hit 19 home runs on the season…Tied a career-high with four hits (fourth time) on 9/11 at Detroit…Led club and tied for

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second in the American League with 12 outfield assists…His 12 assists were the most by a Major League center fielder…Batted .314 with eight doubles, a triple, nine home runs, 26 RBI, and 26 runs in 44 games from 6/5-7/27…Finished with a .320 average (T-22nd in AL), eight home runs (tied for second) and 21 RBI (tied for 11th) and ranked seventh with a .600 slugging percentage in June…Had career and team season-high 13-game hitting streak, 5/14-27 (.320, 16-for-50)…Reached base safely in 17 straight games, 7/30- 8/16…Hit safely in 18-of-19 games from 5/8-27, batting .329 (24-for-73)…Batted .348 in Interleague play, 18th-best in the American League. 2009: Set then career-highs with 83 runs, 131 hits, 22 doubles, 19 HR, 70 RBI, 36 walks, a .277 average, .335 OBP, and .457 SLG despite playing just 119 games…Won first career Gold Glove in center field, becoming first Oriole to win a Gold Glove since Mike Mussina (1999)…Was the first Orioles outfielder to win a Gold Glove since Paul Blair (1975)…Made his first career All-Star team, going 0-for-1 with a sacrifice fly that scored the game-winning run…According to the Elias Sports Bureau, at 23, Jones was the third-youngest player with a game-winning RBI in the eighth inning or later of an All-Star Game, behind Ted Williams (1941) and Hank Blalock (2003), each of whom did it at age 22…Became the youngest Oriole to make the AL squad since Mike Mussina (also 23) in 1992 and the youngest Orioles position player to make the squad since Cal Ripken, Jr. (22) in 1983…Was the first Orioles outfielder to appear in the Midsummer Classic since Melvin Mora in 2003…Had first career multi-home run game on 5/12 vs. TB (Sonnanstine), collecting a season-high four RBI…Hit the front end of back-to-back homers with Nick Markakis, 7/22 at NYY, in the top of the ninth inning…Tied a team season-high with three extra-base hits on 5/9 vs. NYY…Collected a season and career-high tying four hits, 7/22 at NYY, among 41 multi-hit games…Hit safely in career-high nine straight games twice; 5/8-22 (.447, 17-for-38) and 4/23-5/2 (.405, 17-for-42)…Hit 15 of his 19 home runs vs. RHP, with 11 home runs either tying game (two) or giving the Orioles the lead (nine)…Batted .359/.433/.628 with nine walks, a stolen base, seven doubles, a triple, four home runs, 18 RBI, and AL leading 24 runs in 20 April games (78 AB)…Collected a team-high 10 multi-hit games in April… Batted .303 (97-for-320) with 12 home runs and 47 RBI in 80 games before the All-Star break and .222 (34-for-169) in 39 games after the break…Hit .306 (56-for-183) with 20 extra-base hits, 24 RBI, and 31 runs scored in 47 games vs. AL East opponents… Hit .309 (58-for-188) with a .910 OPS in 48 wins and .256 (73-for-285) with a .712 OPS in 71 losses…Batted .310 (106-for-342) hitting first or second and .191 (25-for-131) batting third, fourth, or fifth …Hit .311 (32-for-103) with runners in scoring position… Batted .369 (45-for-122) in 32 day games…Placed on 15-day disabled list with a sprained left ankle on 9/8, retroactive to 9/2… Transferred to 60-day DL on 9/9. 2008: Finished the year tied for sixth in the AL with seven triples…Reached base safely in 43 of his last 55 games, beginning 6/27 at WAS, going 60-for-208 (.288) with six doubles, five triples, five home runs, 35 runs, and 29 RBI…Batted .353 (12-for-34) against the Mariners, who traded him to the Orioles…Batted .323 (32-for-99) with five doubles, one triple, two home runs, 13 runs, and 12 RBI in 27 June games…Homered in consecutive games 6/5 at MIN and 6/6 at TOR…The homer in Minnesota proved to be the game-winner in a 3-2 win, while the two-run homer in Toronto gave the Orioles a two-run lead in a game they held on to win by one run…Hit in eight straight games, 6/27-7/4, going 15-for-32 (.469) with two triples, nine runs, and seven RBI…Hit in 13 of 14 games, 6/27-7/11, going 22-for-53 (.415) with two doubles, three triples, one home run, 12 runs, and 13 RBI…Recorded two fourhit games (5/20 at NYY and 6/28 at WAS) and eight three-hit games…Posted a career-high five RBI on 7/28 at NYY with a grand slam off David Robertson and an RBI-triple off Mike Mussina…Drove in four runs on 5/20 at NYY and 9/8 vs. CLE with a home run off Brendan Donnelly…Gave the Orioles a walk-off win on 4/17 vs. CWS with an RBI-single in the bottom of the 10th inning…Hit the last triple in the history of Yankee Stadium in the second inning on 9/21…Recorded first Orioles hit and run scored on 4/2 vs. TB off Matt Garza…Later that night drove in his first run and stole his first base as an Oriole…Was placed on the disabled list on 8/5, retroactive to 8/3, after breaking his left foot by fouling off a pitch on 8/2 at SEA…Was activated from the disabled list on 9/1. 2007: Named Seattle’s Minor League Player of the Year for the second time after leading Mariners minor leaguers with a .314 batting average while finishing tied for the organization lead in home runs (24) and tied for third in RBI (84)…Was named to the Triple-A All-Star Team by both Baseball America and Topps…Was named a second-team minor league All-Star by Baseball America…Finished third in the Pacific Coast League a .586 slugging percentage…Started in the Triple-A All-Star Game and was named PCL Player of the Week, 6/11-17…Was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on 8/3 and made his season debut for Seattle that night, starting in left field vs. Boston (2-for-4, 2 R)…Appeared in 38 games combined between the three outfield positions, making 16 starts (LF-11, CF-3, RF-2)…Recorded a then-career-high three hits and four runs on 8/9 at BAL…The four runs scored set a Mariners single-game record by a rookie…Homered with a season-high two RBI on 8/30 at CLE…Had a game-tying pinch-hit home run in the eighth inning on 9/12 vs. OAK…Began his second straight season at Tacoma, appearing in 93 games in center field and eight in right field…Had four multi-homer games and hit two lead-off home runs, 5/10 at Round Rock and 6/1 vs. Omaha…Recorded a run in a season-high seven consecutive games, 7/8-17…Went 5-for-5 with a run scored, two extra-base hits, and three RBI on 7/17 at Salt Lake…Recorded 34 multi-hit games, including 13 three-hit games, three four-hit games and one five hit game…Had 22 multi-RBI games. 2006: In his first season since being converted from shortstop to the outfield, became one of 13 players to make his Major League debut with Seattle during the season…Was selected from Triple-A Tacoma on 7/14 and made his debut that night at TOR, starting in center field and going 0-for-3 with a walk…Collected first Major League hit 7/18 at NYY, a single off Sidney Ponson in the sixth inning…Had gone 0-for-12 to begin his Major League career, the longest hitless streak by a Mariner to open a Major League career (Ricky Nelson, Donell Nixon, and Rich Amaral were all 0-for-11)…Hit his first home run on 8/10 at TEX (Eaton)…Was optioned to Tacoma on 8/22 and recalled again on 9/8…Was named Tacoma’s MVP by the Mariners Minor 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ADAM JONES Inland Empire, hitting safely in 50 of 68 games…Recorded a season-high 11-game hit streak, batting .468 (22-for-47) with 14 runs, seven doubles, two triples, three home runs, and 13 RBI, 5/21-6/1…Was promoted to San Antonio on 6/22…Batted .352 (31-for-88) with 14 runs, nine extra base hits and six RBI in 25 games in July…Played for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League following the season and was converted from shortstop to center field. 2004: Led Class-A Wisconsin in RBI, games played, hits, multi-hit games (42), multi-RBI games (17), and total bases (206)… Had a season-high nine-game hitting streak, 6/8-17…Hit a grand slam on 5/25 at Quad Cities…Recorded his first career multihomer game on 7/31 at Battle Creek…Was transferred to Inland Empire in September. 2003: Began his professional career with Rookie-level Peoria…Hit safely in seven of eight games to start his career…Had eight multi-hit games, including four three-hit games…Was promoted on 9/2 to Class-A Everett, where he had three multi-hit games in three starts. PERSONAL: Graduated from Morse HS in San Diego, CA in June 2003…Hit .406 with 27 RBI and four home runs during his senior season, while posting a 3-3 record with a 2.71 ERA on the mound…Was drafted in the first round (37th selection overall) by Seattle in the 2003 First-Year Player Draft and was signed by Mariners scout Tim Reynolds…Married, wife’s name is Audie… The couple has two sons, August Russell and Axel William. YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2003 AZL Mariners-1 .284 28 109 18 31 5 1 0 8 3 1 10 5 0 19 5 1 1 .349 .368 Everett .462 3 13 2 6 1 0 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 .538 .467 2004 Wisconsin .267 130 510 76 136 23 7 11 72 4 7 5 33 0 124 8 4 13 .404 .314 2005 Inland Empire .295 68 271 43 80 20 5 8 46 2 5 8 29 0 64 4 5 4 .494 .374 San Antonio .298 63 228 33 68 10 3 7 20 2 2 3 22 1 48 9 4 4 .461 .365 2006 Tacoma .287 96 380 69 109 19 4 16 62 1 1 6 28 1 78 13 4 12 .484 .345 SEATTLE .216 32 74 6 16 4 0 1 8 0 0 0 2 0 22 3 1 3 .311 .237 2007 Tacoma .314 101 420 75 132 27 6 25 84 0 2 11 36 1 106 8 7 7 .586 .382 SEATTLE .246 41 65 16 16 2 1 2 4 1 0 1 4 0 21 2 1 0 .400 .300 2008 BALTIMORE-2 .270 132 477 61 129 21 7 9 57 2 5 7 23 0 108 10 3 12 .400 .311 2009 BALTIMORE .277 119 473 83 131 22 3 19 70 0 3 7 36 3 93 10 4 13 .457 .335 2010 BALTIMORE .284 149 581 76 165 25 5 19 69 2 2 13 23 1 119 7 7 17 .442 .325 2011 BALTIMORE .280 151 567 68 159 26 2 25 83 1 12 9 29 2 113 12 4 16 .466 .319 2012 BALTIMORE .287 162 648 103 186 39 3 32 82 0 2 13 34 0 126 16 7 15 .505 .334 2013 BALTIMORE .285 160 653 100 186 35 1 33 108 0 3 8 25 4 136 14 3 15 .493 .318 2014 BALTIMORE .281 159 644 88 181 30 2 29 96 0 7 12 19 1 133 7 1 11 .469 .311 2015 BALTIMORE .269 137 546 74 147 25 3 27 82 0 3 8 24 3 102 3 1 21 .474 .308 Minor Lg. Totals .291 489 1931 316 562 105 26 67 296 12 19 43 154 3 442 47 25 42 .476 .354 BALTIMORE Totals .280 1169 4589 653 1284 223 26 193 647 5 37 77 213 14 930 79 30 120 .466 .320 American League .278 1242 4728 675 1316 229 27 196 659 6 37 78 219 14 973 84 32 123 .463 .319 ML Totals .278 1242 4728 675 1316 229 27 196 659 6 37 78 219 14 973 84 32 123 .463 .319

1- Selected by Seattle in the first round (No. 37 overall) of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by the Orioles with LHP George Sherrill, RHP Chris Tillman, RHP Kam Mickolio and LHP Tony Butler from Seattle in exchange for LHP Erik Bedard on February 8, 2008

WILD CARD YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 BAL vs. TEX .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .000 Totals .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .000 DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 BAL vs. NYY .087 5 23 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 .087 .087 2014 BAL vs. DET .182 3 11 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 1 0 1 .182 .308 Totals .118 8 34 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 9 1 0 1 .118 .167 CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2014 BAL vs. KC .250 4 16 2 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 0 .438 .333 Totals .250 4 16 2 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 0 .438 .333 ALL-STAR YEAR CLUB 2009 AL at STL 2012 AL at KC 2013 AL at NYM 2014 AL at MIN 2015 AL at CIN Totals

AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .333 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .667 .333 .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .000 .111 5 9 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 .222 .100

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ALL-TIME HR LEADERS AT ORIOLE PARK CAMDEN YARDS HR Player 85 Cal Ripken, Jr. 82 Nick Markakis 73 Miguel Tejada 71 Chris Hoiles 64 Jay Gibbons

HR Player 57 B.J. Surhoff 55 Harold Baines 54 Luke Scott 50 J.J. HARDY 50 MATT WIETERS

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FIELDING OF PCT G PO 2006 .960 26 67 2007 .953 38 39 2008 .991 129 336 2009 .986 118 349 2010 .984 149 422 2011 .980 148 379 2012 .982 162 439 2013 .995 156 352 2014 .984 155 374 2015 .991 134 317 Totals .985 1215 3074

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FULL NAME: Christopher Aaron Jones BORN: September 19, 1988

OPENING DAY AGE: 27

BIRTHPLACE: Tampa, FL

RESIDES: Plant City, FL

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ACQUIRED: From Atlanta in exchange for RHP Luis Ayala on April 10, 2013.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Went 8-8 with a 2.94 ERA (49 ER/150.0 IP) in 30 outings (22 starts) for Triple-A Norfolk • Named International League Pitcher of the Week twice (6/8-14 and 8/10-16) • Tied for fifth in the IL in strikeouts (105), ranked seventh among qualifying IL pitchers in ERA (2.94), and finished fourth in BB/9.0 IP ratio (1.71) • Led the Tides pitching staff in games started (22) and innings pitched (150.0) • Retired the first 16 batters he faced in the win on 6/11 vs. Lehigh Valley before allowing a single in the sixth inning (W, 7.0 IP, 1 H, 6 K) • Went 5-0 with a 3.00 ERA (15 ER/45.0 IP) over seven starts from 6/11-7/20, including three consecutive wins during that stretch • Struck out a career-high tying eight batters on 7/25 vs. Durham (also 8/24/09 vs. Frederick as a member of the Kinston Indians) • Scattered two hits over a career-high 8.0 scoreless innings on 8/15 vs. Louisville, earning the win • Posted a career-high seven-game Quality Start streak from 8/5-9/5 with a 2.81 ERA (15 ER/48.0 IP) in that span

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Pitched exclusively as a reliever over his first 19 outings before starting 14 of his final 16 appearances...Went 3-3 with a 4.64 ERA (22 ER/42.2 IP) over 21 relief appearances and 5-5 with a 3.04 ERA (26 ER/77.0 IP) as a starter...Ranked eighth in the International League with a 3.61 ERA...Posted a 2.65 ERA, 6/18 through the end of the season, the third-best mark in the International League, and his .234 opponents average during that stretch ranked fifth...Pitched to a 2.52 ERA (10 ER/35.2 IP) over six August starts...Surrendered two earned runs or fewer in each of his final five starts, posting a 2.20 ERA (7 ER/28.2 IP) during that span...Each of his final three starts were Quality Starts. 2013: Acquired by the Orioles on 4/10 from Atlanta in exchange for Luis Ayala...Had made one appearance for Double-A Mississippi (2 ER/1.1 IP) when he was traded...Allowed two earned runs in 7.0 innings over four appearances for Double-A Bowie before being promoted to Triple-A Norfolk...Posted a 2.67 ERA (21 ER/70.2 IP) in 31 games (two starts) for the Tides...Was third on the Tides in ERA among pitchers with 50.0-plus innings...Pitched to a 1.90 ERA (11 ER/52.0 IP) from 6/1-end of the season. 2012: Spent his first season in the Atlanta organization (Double-A Mississippi) and finished third on the club in appearances with 45...His 61 strikeouts ranked second among Mississippi relievers...Played in the Arizona Fall League for the Phoenix Desert Dogs, pitching in 10 games out of the bullpen and posting a 4.60 ERA (8 ER/15.2 IP). 2011: Spent the season with Class A-Advanced Kinston in the Cleveland organization...Led the team in relief innings pitched... Ranked second on the team in appearances (43) and third in wins (seven). 2010: Finished third among all Carolina League relievers in opponents average (.234) and third in strikeouts/per 9.0 innings for a reliever (8.65)...Combined to go 6-5 with a 2.51 ERA in 38 games (one start) between Kinston and Class-A Lake County. 2009: Went a combined 6-4 with a 4.91 ERA in 16 games (11 starts) between Kinston and Lake County. 2008: Spent the season with the GCL Indians and made 11 appearances (10 starts). 2007: Made his professional debut, splitting the season between the GCL Indians and Lake County. PERSONAL: Originally selected by Cleveland in the 15th round of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft out of Gaither HS (Tampa, FL)...Acquired by Atlanta from Cleveland in exchange for RHP Derek Lowe on 10/31/11. YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2007 Gulf Coast-1 0 0 2.45 1 1 0 0 0 3.2 4 1 1 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 Lake  County 0 1 6.75 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 4 3 3 1 0 3 0 2 0 0 2008 Gulf Coast 3 4 3.10 11 10 0 0 0 52.1 44 19 18 4 5 20 0 36 7 0 2009 Lake  County 5 3 4.07 12 7 0 0 0 55.1 60 32 25 1 5 19 0 50 4 0 Kinston 1 1 7.50 4 4 0 0 0 18.0 22 17 15 5 0 8 0 21 4 0 2010 Lake  County 2 2 2.86 7 1 0 0 1 22.0 16 8 7 2 0 2 0 20 3 0 Kinston 4 3 2.39 31 0 0 0 2 67.2 60 20 18 2 5 27 0 65 2 0 2011 Kinston 7 1 3.36 43 0 0 0 0 72.1 65 31 27 6 1 30 3 66 12 0 2012 Mississippi-2 2 5 3.90 45 0 0 0 2 60.0 69 29 26 1 1 19 1 61 8 0 2013 Mississippi 0 0 13.50 1 0 0 0 0 1.1 2 2 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 Bowie-3 0 0 2.57 4 0 0 0 1 7.0 8 2 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 Norfolk 4 4 2.67 31 2 0 0 1 70.2 72 28 21 3 1 34 2 47 8 0 2014 Norfolk 8 8 3.61 35 14 0 0 0 119.2 124 62 48 4 6 36 2 85 3 1 2015 Norfolk 8 8 2.94 30 22 0 0 0 150.0 158 60 49 15 3 29 0 105 2 0 Minor Lg. Totals 44 40 3.35 256 62 0 0 7 704.0 708 314 262 44 27 231 8 570 53 1 1 - Selected by Cleveland in the 15th round of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft 2 - Acquired by Atlanta from Cleveland in exchange for RHP Derek Lowe on October 31, 2011 3 - Acquired by the Orioles from Atlanta in exchange for RHP Luis Ayala on April 10, 2013

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FULL NAME: Caleb Martin Joseph BORN: June 18, 1986

OPENING DAY AGE: 29

BIRTHPLACE: Franklin, TN

RESIDES: Franklin, TN

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ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the seventh round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS HITS: 4, 8/31/14 vs. MIN…RUNS: 3, 8/16/15 vs. OAK…DOUBLES: 1, 25 times, last: 9/14/15 vs. BOS…HR: 1, 20 times, last: 8/16/15 vs. OAK…RBI: 4, 8/16/15 vs. OAK…WALKS: 2, four times, last: 7/28/15 vs. ATL…HITTING STREAK: 7 games, twice, last: 4/13-21/15.

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MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 1.145

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2014: Contract selected from Triple-A Norfolk on 5/7...Made his Major League debut that night at TB...Caught 38.2% of attempted base stealers (21-for-55)...His 21 caught runners were tied for 12th most in the majors...Fell three games short of qualifying, but his 38.2% caught would have been second in the majors and led the AL...Collected his first career hit on 5/3 vs. DET...Collected first career RBI on 5/20 at PIT...Collected first career multi-hit game on 6/3 at TEX...Hit his first career Major League home run on 6/22 at NYY...Collected a then-career-high three hits, including a home run in second consecutive game on 6/23 vs. CWS...His nine home runs tied for third-most by an Orioles rookie catcher in franchise history, and most since Geronimo Gil (12) in 2002...Homered in five straight games, 8/2-9, setting the Orioles record for a catcher (old record was four), passing Ramon Hernandez (6/22-28/06) and Gus Triandos (6/13-19/59)...Was the 15th catcher since 1914 to homer in at least five consecutive games and joined Devin Mesoraco, Buster Posey, A.J. Pierzynski, Brian McCann, and Javy Lopez as the sixth catcher since 2000 to accomplish the feat...Started three postseason games, batting .222/.200/.222 with an RBI in 10 plate appearances...Went 2-for-3 including his first career postseason RBI in Game 2 of the ALCS. 2013: Named 2013 Topps/Minor League Baseball Player of the Year for the Eastern League…Ranked second in the EL in RBI (97) and hits (155), and tied for second in slugging percentage (.494)…His .299 batting average was the EL’s fourth-best mark, as were his 22 home runs and 55 extra-base hits…His on-base percentage was the fifth-highest in the league (.386)…Finished the season as the Baysox all-time leader in hits (416), RBI (237), games played (428), and second in franchise history with 52 home runs…His 97 RBI were tied for the fourth-highest total in Baysox history…Was named to the Eastern League’s mid-season All-Star Team as well as the league’s post-season All-Star Team…Named Eastern League Player of the Week, 6/10-16. 2012: Led all Orioles minor league catchers in home runs (12), RBI (55), runs scored (38), and extra-base hits (30)…Threw out 39-of-99 would-be base stealers between Bowie and Norfolk…Committed only three errors in 634 chances…Tied his career high with two homers on 7/22. 2011: Spent the season with Double-A Bowie, batting .257 with 15 doubles and 41 RBI in 107 games…Had an 11-game hit streak, 6/7-24…Had a season-high four hits on 7/9 at Altoona, going 4-for-7 with a double and two runs. 2010: Spent the season with Double-A Bowie, batting .235 with a .669 OPS in 106 games for the Baysox…Hit .322 with an .852 OPS in June…Collected a season-high three hits five times…Drove in a season-high four runs on 5/19 at Binghamton…Batted .421 with a 1.030 OPS in 11 games for Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League. 2009: Spent the season with Class A-Advanced Frederick in the Carolina League, batting .284 with 12 home runs and 60 RBI in 104 games…Was named to both the Carolina League All-Star Team and the post-season All-Star Team…Hit safely in a career-high 16 straight games, 5/27-6/19, batting .411 (23-for-56) with eight extra-base hits…Collected a season-high four hits 5/8 vs. Lynchburg and added seven three-hit games…Finished second on the club with 12 home runs…Batted .303/.354/.566 in

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Ranked fourth among AL catchers in catchers ERA (3.65), sixth in fielding percentage (.996), seventh in stolen base percentage (71.2%), and tied for 11th in catcher caught stealing (15) • Set single-game career-highs in runs (three) and RBI (four) on 8/16 vs. OAK (3-for-4, 1 BB, 1 2B, 1 HR, 3 R, 4 RBI) • Logged the 100th hit of his Major League career with a single in the fifth inning on 7/28 vs. ATL • Caught 15-of-52 (28.8%) would-be base stealers and has now caught 36-of-107 (33.6%) in his career • Posted a career-high tying seven-game hitting streak, 4/13-21 (.478, 11-for-23)...Also, 8/2-11/14 (.385, 10-for-26) • Hit his first career triple on 4/14 vs. NYY • Entering 2016, the Orioles are 39-9 in games when he records at least one RBI and 19-2 when he records two-or-more RBI in his career

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2008 Aberdeen-1 .261 63 238 34 62 19 0 8 34 2 6 2 15 0 56 2 0 2 .441 .303 2009 Frederick .284 104 380 50 108 23 2 12 60 0 1 5 26 1 64 2 1 5 .450 .337 2010 Bowie .235 106 378 43 89 15 1 11 51 2 3 4 33 0 63 1 6 8 .368 .301 2011 Bowie .257 107 374 42 96 15 1 7 41 4 5 6 40 1 60 5 2 9 .358 .334 2012 Bowie .272 80 279 38 76 17 1 12 48 2 4 3 29 1 60 2 0 6 .470 .343 Norfolk .206 22 68 6 14 4 1 0 7 0 0 0 8 0 10 0 0 2 .294 .289 2013 Bowie .299 135 518 74 155 31 2 22 97 0 10 3 39 2 92 4 2 11 .494 .346 2014 Norfolk .261 22 92 8 24 7 0 2 11 0 0 0 3 0 22 0 0 2 .402 .284 BALTIMORE .207 82 246 22 51 9 0 9 28 6 3 3 17 0 69 0 1 6 .354 .264 2015 BALTIMORE .234 100 320 38 75 16 1 11 49 3 1 3 27 2 72 0 0 7 .394 .299 Minor Lg. Totals .268 639 2327 295 624 131 8 74 349 10 29 23 193 5 427 16 11 45 .427 .327 BALTIMORE Totals .223 182 566 60 126 25 1 20 77 9 4 6 44 2 141 0 1 13 .376 .284 American League .223 182 566 60 126 25 1 20 77 9 4 6 44 2 141 0 1 13 .376 .284 ML Totals .223 182 566 60 126 25 1 20 77 9 4 6 44 2 141 0 1 13 .376 .284

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1- Selected by the Orioles in the seventh round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft

DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2014 BAL vs. DET .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .000 .000 Totals .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .000 .000

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CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2014 BAL vs. KC .333 2 6 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .333 .286 Totals .333 2 6 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .333 .286 FIELDING C PCT G PO 2014 .993 78 539 2015 .996 94 749 Totals .995 172 1288

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ALL IN THE FAMILY Two sets of brothers and six father-son combinations have played for the Orioles. The brother combos are the Ripkens, Cal (1981-2001) and Bill (1987-92 and 1996); and catcher Dick Brown (1963-65) and his brother Larry (1973), an infielder. The father-son duos are third baseman Bob Kennedy (1954-55) and his son, catcher Terry (1987-88); outfielders Don Buford (1968-72) and his son Damon (1993-95); pitchers John O’Donoghue Sr. (1968) and John Jr. (1993); outfielders Dave May (1967-70) and his son, Derrick (1999); outfielders Tim Raines Sr. and his son Tim (2001); and pitchers Dave (1989-91) and Steve Johnson (2012-current). The Raineses were the second father-son teammates in major league history as Ken Griffey Sr. and Jr. played together in Seattle in 1990-91.

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FULL NAME: Hyun Soo Kim BORN: January 12, 1988

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BIRTHPLACE: Seoul, South Korea RESIDES: Seoul, South Korea

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YEAR CLUB 2006 Doosan 2007 Doosan 2008 Doosan 2009 Doosan 2010 Doosan 2011 Doosan 2012 Doosan 2013 Doosan 2014 Doosan 2015 Doosan KBO Totals

AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .273 99 319 33 87 19 3 5 32 1 2 5 26 1 46 5 2 12 .398 .335 .357 126 470 83 168 34 5 9 89 0 2 5 80 1 40 13 8 12 .509 .454 .357 133 482 97 172 31 6 23 104 0 6 4 80 5 59 6 6 7 .589 .448 .317 132 473 88 150 29 0 24 89 0 8 6 78 6 64 4 8 9 .531 .414 .301 130 475 71 143 25 2 13 91 0 9 6 71 9 63 5 3 15 .444 .392 .291 122 437 47 127 17 1 7 65 0 5 3 46 2 50 6 3 9 .382 .358 .302 122 434 63 131 23 1 16 90 0 12 2 62 10 71 2 4 6 .470 .382 .322 125 463 75 149 26 0 17 90 0 5 7 53 5 45 2 0 10 .488 .396 .326 141 512 103 167 26 0 28 121 0 9 8 101 12 63 11 5 13 .541 .438 .318 1131 4066 660 1294 230 18 142 771 1 58 46 597 51 501 54 39 93 .488 .406

HYUN SOO KIM 2015 IN REVIEW MEDIA

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2009 Korea .393 9 28 6 11 3 0 0 4 - - 7 - 4 0 0 - .500 .514 2013 Korea .250 3 12 0 3 0 0 0 2 - - - 1 4 0 0 .250 .308 Totals .350 12 40 6 14 3 0 0 6 - - - 8 - 8 0 0 - .425 .458

OPPONENTS

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

KOREAN BASEBALL ORGANIZATION CAREER: Spent parts of 10 seasons with the Doosan Bears of the Korean Baseball Organization, batting .318/.406/.488 with 142 home runs and 771 RBI...Nicknamed Korea’s “Iron Man,” he played in 1,131 career games in the KBO...A four-time KBO Gold Glove Award winning outfielder (2008-10, 2015), awarded annually to the best overall player at each position, he also won the league’s batting title in 2008 with a .357 batting average (168-for-470) over 126 games. KOREAN AMATEUR CAREER: As a member of the Korean National Team, he helped Korea to their first Olympic gold medal in baseball during the 2008 Beijing games...He played in the 2009 and 2013 World Baseball Classics, earning AllTournament Team honors as a designated hitter in 2009 after batting .393/.514/.500 (11-for-28) with three doubles, four RBI, six runs scored, and seven walks in nine games...He led South Korea to the 2014 Asian Games gold medal and in 2015, paced South Korea to the WBSC Premier 12 championship, was named the Most Valuable Player of the tournament, and was selected to the All-World Team as an outfielder. PERSONAL: Name is pronounced heeyuhn soo kim…Attended Shinil High School in Seoul, South Korea...In September 2005, he competed for the South Korea national junior team, that was runner-up at the sixth Asian Junior Baseball Championship in Seoul...In 2005, he won the Lee Yeong-min Award, given annually to the most outstanding high school hitter in South Korea... Signed by Orioles scouts Mike Snyder and Brett Ward…Married, wife’s name is Mihyeon Park.

MINOR LEAGUES

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Set career highs with 141 games played, 28 home runs, 121 RBI, 103 runs, and 101 walks with the Doosan Bears • Hit .326/.438/.541 (167-for-512) and ranked sixth among Korean Baseball Organization (KBO) batting leaders in RBI • Tied for seventh in home runs and runs scored, eighth in hits, and tied for 14th in batting average • He will become the first Korean-born player in Orioles history when he makes his Major League debut.

RECORDS & HISTORY

ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a non-drafted free agent on December 23, 2015.

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MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.000

MANAGER & COACHES

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FULL NAME: Christopher Ulysses Lee BORN: August 17, 1992

OPENING DAY AGE: 23

BIRTHPLACE: Savannah, GA

RESIDES: Tampa, FL

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.000 ACQUIRED: From the Houston Astros in exchange for two International Signing Bonus slots on May 18, 2015.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

CHRIS LEE 2015 IN REVIEW

• Entering 2016, he ranks as the Orioles No. 6 prospect by Baseball America and the No. 9 prospect by MLB.com • Rated as having the best changeup in the Orioles organization according to Baseball America • Added to the Orioles 40-man roster on 11/20 • Posted the fourth-best ERA (3.07) among qualifying starting pitchers in the Orioles system • Began the season in the Astros organization, pitching for Class-A Quad Cities • Acquired by the Orioles on 5/18...Debuted with Class A-Advanced Frederick on 5/23 • Posted seven Quality Starts with the Keys, including four straight from 7/17-8/1, when he went 1-2 with a 1.78 ERA (5 ER/25.1 IP) • In his last outing with Frederick, tossed a season-high 7.0 innings (ND, 4 H, 6 K) on 8/1 vs. Myrtle Beach • Debuted with Double-A Bowie on 8/6...Won his first three starts with the Baysox, posting a 2.08 ERA (4 ER/17.1 IP) in that span • Did not surrender more than three runs in any of his seven starts with Bowie • Combined to hold left-handers to a .178 batting average (30-for-169)

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

OPPONENTS

2014: Named Quad Cities Pitcher of the Month for August...Ranked by Baseball America as Houston’s No. 22 prospect. 2013: Recorded a season-high tying eight strikeouts (3.2 IP) on 6/21 at Bluefield...Pitched to a 3.16 ERA (9 ER/25.2 IP) and held opponents to a .189 clip over his final five outings for Greeneville...Held left-handers to a .171 batting average (6-for-35). 2012: Logged his only scoreless outing of the season in Game 2 of a doubleheader on 7/15 at Bristol (W, 2.0 IP, 4 K). 2011: Made his professional debut on 6/22 for Rookie-level Greeneville...Earned his first professional win on 7/19 at Kingsport. PERSONAL: Originally selected by the Chicago White Sox in the 37th round of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft (did not sign) and by the Houston Astros in the fourth round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft...Attended Santa Fe Community College (FL) and T.R. Robinson HS (Tampa, FL)…Signed by Astros scout Larry Pardo.

MINOR LEAGUES

YEAR CLUB 2011 Greeneville-1 2012 Greeneville 2013 Greeneville 2014 Quad Cities 2015 Quad Cities Frederick Bowie-2 Minor Lg. Totals

W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 1 5 5.18 13 13 0 0 0 48.2 53 34 28 4 2 34 0 47 4 2 1 2 11.42 5 3 0 0 0 8.2 13 15 11 1 1 9 0 9 3 0 2 2 3.10 11 10 0 0 0 49.1 37 20 17 3 5 17 0 54 4 1 8 6 3.66 28 16 0 0 0 113.0 120 56 46 7 1 51 1 75 4 0 3 2 4.11 7 6 0 0 0 30.2 36 17 14 1 2 10 0 24 5 0 3 6 3.07 14 14 0 0 0 76.1 76 29 26 1 3 29 0 48 4 0 4 2 3.08 7 7 0 0 0 38.0 32 13 13 0 1 20 0 26 2 0 22 25 3.83 86 69 0 0 0 364.2 367 184 155 17 15 170 1 283 26 3

RECORDS & HISTORY

1- Selected by Houston in the fourth round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by the Orioles from Houston in exchange for two International Signing Bonus slots on May 18, 2015

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FULL NAME: Manuel Arturo Machado BORN: July 6, 1992

OPENING DAY AGE: 23

BIRTHPLACE: Miami, FL

RESIDES: Hialeah, FL

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ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 3 overall) of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS HITS: 5, 7/7/14 at WAS…RUNS: 3, five times, last: 10/1/15 vs. TOR…DOUBLES: 3, twice, last: 5/23/13 at TOR… TRIPLES: 1, seven times, last: 5/28/15 (G2) vs. CWS…HR: 2, six times, last: 10/1/15 vs. TOR…RBI: 4, five times, last: 6/13/15 vs. NYY…SB: 2, four times, last: 10/1/15 vs. TOR…WALKS: 3, 7/17/15 at DET…HITTING STREAK: 14 games, 6/2-16/13…WALK-OFF HOME RUNS: 2, last: 8/14/15 vs. OAK off Aaron Brooks…GRAND SLAMS: 1, 6/1/14 at HOU off Scott Feldman…LEADOFF HOME RUNS: 4, last: 7/6/15 at MIN off Phil Hughes.

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RECORDS & HISTORY

MINOR LEAGUES

OPPONENTS

• Earned his second career Rawlings Gold Glove Award for defensive excellence at third base • Led all American League third basemen in total chances (488), double plays (38), Range Factor per 9.0 innings (3.09), and Range Factor per game (3.01) in 2015...Ranked second in assists (337) and putouts (132), as well as fourth in zone rating (.810) • According to FanGraphs, he finished second among American League third basemen with 14 defensive runs saved, and third in defensive runs above average (10.8) and ultimate zone rating (8.4) • Was the only player in Major League Baseball to play in all 162 regular season games and was the first Oriole to accomplish the feat since Adam Jones in 2012 • Notched the seventh 20/20 season (HR/SB) in Orioles history, 10/1 vs. TOR...Posted the second 30/20 season (HR/SB) in Orioles history (B. Anderson, 1996, 50/21) • Ranked 10th among AL hitters in home runs (35), 11th in slugging percentage (.502), 19th in on-base percentage (.359), and 20th in batting average (.286) • Led AL third basemen in total chances per 9.0 inn. (3.21), Range Factor per 9.0 inn. (3.09), and Range Factor per game (3.01) • Finished second among AL third basemen in assists (337), putouts (132), putouts per 9.0 inn. (0.87) and assists per 9.0 inn. (2.22), and fourth in Zone Rating (.810) • Homered in a career-high four consecutive games, 9/30 (GM2)-10/3 (five homers in that span)...It was the longest such stretch by an Oriole since Caleb Joseph hit home runs in five straight games, 8/2-9/14 • Became the second-youngest (23.079) Oriole to hit 30 homers in a season (behind only Boog Powell (22.360) in 1964) after slugging his 30th homer on 9/23 at WAS • Logged his 500th career hit with a single in the fifth inning on 9/22 at WAS • Became the youngest Oriole to reach 100 career doubles (23.057), surpassing Cal Ripken, Jr. (23.332)...He accomplished the feat in the second-fewest games played (421) • Made his first Major League start at shortstop on 8/31 vs. TB (his first professional start at shortstop since 8/8/12 with Double-A Bowie) • Made his first Major League appearance at shortstop in the top of the 12th inning on 8/23 vs. MIN • Hit his second career walk-off home run on 8/14 vs. OAK (also, 7/29/14 vs. LAA)...It marked his third career walk-off hit • His longest hitting streak of 2015 was 12 games from 6/18-30 (.412, 21-for-51, six doubles, three home runs, and 11 RBI) • According to the Elias Sports Bureau, he became the first Oriole to hit multiple walk-off homers in the 12th inning or later after homering in the 13th inn. on 8/14 (also, 7/29/14 vs. LAA, B12) • According to the Elias Sports Bureau, he became the second Oriole in the last 30 years to hit at least 20 home runs at age 23 or younger (also Nick Markakis, 23 home runs at 23 years old in 2007) • Named a player selection to the 2015 All-Star Game, his second career All-Star Game selection (also, 2013) • Competed in the Home Run Derby (No. 5 seed) and was defeated by Joc Pederson (No. 4 seed) in the first round of the bracket format, 13-12 • Went 1-for-2 with an RBI-double and a run scored in the All-Star Game, driving in B. Holt in the seventh inning to give the AL a 4-2 lead...Played 4.0 innings at third base • Led AL qualifying hitters with 42 hits in June, finished second in batting average (.365), fourth in RBI (22), tied for fifth in OBP (.411), and fifth in SLG (.635) • Named AL Player of the Week for the period ending 6/14 after batting .458 (11-for-24) with one double, two home runs, and five RBI (second career AL POW honor, also 8/12/12)

2015 IN REVIEW

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

MANNY MACHADO

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 3.056

MANAGER & COACHES

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016

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2014: Began the season on the 15-day DL, retroactive to 3/21, recovering from left knee surgery...Reinstated from the DL on 5/1, and made his season debut that night in the second game of a doubleheader vs. PIT...Batted .210/.263/.276 in his first 26 games (5/1-30), before finishing the season batting .311/.353/.505 with 10 home runs and 27 RBI in his final 56 games (5/318/11)...Hit his first career grand slam on 6/1 vs. HOU (Feldman)...Had a career-high 19-game streak of reaching base safely, 6/227/20, during which he batted .389/.436/.694...Suspended five games, 6/30-7/5 (G1) for “intentionally throwing his bat on the field” in the eighth inning on 6/8 vs. OAK...Collected a career-high five hits on 7/7 after turning 22 years old the day before, becoming the youngest Oriole (22.001) with a five-hit game since Cal Ripken, Jr. (21.363), 8/22/82...Hit his first career walk-off home run on 7/29 vs. LAA, giving the Orioles a 7-6 win in 12 innings...Suffered a right knee injury on 8/11 vs. NYY and was placed on the 15day DL, retroactive to 8/12, with a right knee sprain...Had surgery on 8/27 and was transferred to the 60-day disabled list on 9/2. 2013: Led the AL and became the second player in Major League history to record 50-plus doubles (51) in a season during which he was 20 years old, joining Alex Rodriguez (54 in 1996)…Named to first career All-Star team as reserve third baseman (0-for-1), collecting the ninth most votes in the AL (4,101,089)…Won his first career Gold Glove Award, the first Orioles third baseman to win the award since Brooks Robinson in 1975, after leading all AL third baseman in fielding percentage (.973), assists (355), double plays turned (42), and Range Factor per game (3.02)…Finished second in putouts (116)…Won the Platinum Glove, given annually to the best individual defender in each league…His 32 Total Zone Runs (the number of runs above or below average the player was worth based on the number of plays made) was the highest total for any defender in the majors in and tied for the 12th-best season of all-time…It was the highest number of TZR by an AL infielder since Mark Belanger’s 35 in 1975…Posted 4.4 Defensive Wins Above Replacement, pacing all AL defenders (third-highest total in the majors)…His 4.4 DWAR tied for the eighth-highest single-season total of all-time for any position (tied for third in club history: Belanger 4.9 in 1975, Robinson 4.5 in 1968, and Belanger 4.4 in 1968)…Finished the season leading the AL in doubles (51) and at-bats (667), sixth in hits (189), seventh in multi-hit games (55), tied for seventh in XBH (68), 10th in total bases (288) and tied for 16th in runs (88)… Made first Orioles Opening Day roster…Became the fourth Oriole to start on Opening Day at 20 or younger (Powell in 1962, B. Robinson in 1957 and 1958, and Hansen in 1958)…On 4/10, became second Oriole under 21 to homer at Fenway Park (also Jim Palmer, 4/13/66)…Had career-high 14-game hitting streak, 6/2-16, during which he batted .328 (20-for-61) with a walk, seven doubles, eight runs, and seven RBI…Snapped 1,206 consecutive innings played streak, 6/27 vs. CLE (first career ejection)… Was the first player with three straight three-hit games, 5/10-12, since Rennie Stennett (PIT, 9/3-5/71)…On 6/30, hit first home run since 5/5, snapping 219 at-bat homerless streak…That home run passed Boog Powell for first on the Orioles all-time list for home runs before age 21…Had 38 doubles before 7/1, the second-most in the majors since 1921 (Edgar Martinez, 39 in 1996)… Recorded an RBI in a career-high five straight games, 8/25-30…Collected 50th double on 9/14 at TOR…Suffered a torn medial patellofemoral ligament in his left leg on 9/23 at TB…Placed on 60-day DL on 9/24 for the remainder of the season…On 10/14 in California, Dr. Neal ElAttrache performed an arthroscopy and open reconstruction of the medial patellar femoral ligament…A hamstring tendon was used to graft a replacement for the ruptured ligament. 2012: Had contract selected on 8/9 from Double-A Bowie and made his debut that night against Kansas City…At 20 years, 34 days old, became the 31st player to make his Orioles debut before the age of 21…Became the 20th-youngest player to make his debut in Orioles history, and the first to debut before 21 since RHP Hayden Penn on 8/28/05…The last Orioles position player to debut before age 21 was OF Eugene Kingsale on 9/3/96…Became the 16th Oriole to have two hits in his MLB debut…Became the fourth Oriole to triple in his Major League debut, joining Bernie Castro (9/1/05), Marv Breeding (4/19/60, was also his first hit), and Barry Shetrone (7/27/59)…The last Oriole to triple for his first Major League hit was Blake Davis on 6/24/11 vs. CIN…In his second Major League game, at 20 years, 35 days old, became the first player in modern Major League history (since 1900) to hit two homers and a triple in his first two career games in the majors…Became the first AL player with two multi-homer games at the age of 20 or younger since Ken Griffey, Jr. in 1989…Became the second Oriole in history to hit two homers in a game within his first two career games, joining Curt Blefary on 4/17/65 in his second game against Boston (21 years, 286 days old)… At 20 years, 35 days old, became the youngest player in Major League history to have a multi-home run game in either his first or second career game…The previous youngest was Manny Ramirez on 9/3/93, when Ramirez (21 years, 96 days old) hit two homers in his second career game at Yankee Stadium off Melido Perez and Paul Gibson…Batted .375 (6-for-16) with a double, triple, three homers, five runs scored, seven RBI, and a 1.500 OPS in his first four Major League games…Posted extra-base hits in each of his first four Major League games, becoming the fifth player since 1918 to accomplish the feat…Was the third player in the AL to do it in 2012, joining Yoenis Cespedes (3/28-4/7) and Will Middlebrooks (5/2-7)…In the 94 seasons prior to 2012, only Enos Slaughter (4/19-23/38) and Coco Laboy (4/8-11/69) had recorded extra-base hits in their first four Major League games… Became the fourth to begin his Orioles career with at least one extra-base hit in each of his first four games, joining Ray Knight (4/6-10/87), Lee May (4/10-13/75), and Frank Robinson (4/12-16/66)…No Oriole had ever recorded an extra-base hit in his first five Major League games…Became the youngest player in Orioles franchise history, which includes the St. Louis Browns from 1902-1953, to hit two or more homers in a game…Became the youngest Oriole to homer since Jim Palmer (19 years, 213 days) on 5/16/65 vs. NYY…Became youngest Oriole to hit two homers in a game on 8/10 at 20 years, 35 days old (previous youngest was Boog Powell at 20 years, 258 days on 5/2/62 vs. KC)…Was named American League co-Player of the Week with Boston’s Adrian Gonzalez for the week ending 8/12…Became the youngest POW winner in either league and in the 10-year history of MLB’s Player of the Week Award…Became the first position player to be honored in his first week of eligibility and the youngest player ever to win the award (Stephen Strasburg is the only pitcher to win the award in his first week of eligibility)…Became the 12th-youngest player since 1918 to have a multi-homer game, with the most recent player at the time to do so being Mike Trout, who homered twice on 8/30/11 at the age of 20 years, 23 days…Had second two-homer game 9/26 vs. TOR…Was first player

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WILD CARD YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 BAL vs. TEX .333 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .333 .333 Totals .333 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .333 .333

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2010 Gulf Coast-1 .143 2 7 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .571 .143 Aberdeen .345 7 29 2 10 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 .448 .406 2011 Delmarva .276 38 145 24 40 8 2 6 24 0 1 1 23 4 25 3 1 8 .483 .376 Frederick .245 63 237 24 58 12 3 5 26 0 1 0 22 0 48 8 5 8 .384 .308 2012 Bowie .266 109 402 60 107 26 5 11 59 1 2 6 48 0 70 13 4 15 .438 .352 BALTIMORE .262 51 191 24 50 8 3 7 26 1 1 0 9 0 38 2 0 6 .445 .294 2013 BALTIMORE .283 156 667 88 189 51 3 14 71 9 3 2 29 0 113 6 7 15 .432 .314 2014 Frederick .667 3 12 5 8 4 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1.167 .692 BALTIMORE .278 82 327 38 91 14 0 12 32 2 2 3 20 2 68 2 0 13 .431 .324 2015 BALTIMORE .286 162 633 102 181 30 1 35 86 2 4 4 70 2 111 20 8 17 .502 .359 Minor Lg. Totals .269 222 832 116 224 51 12 23 116 1 4 7 97 4 147 25 10 31 .442 .349 BALTIMORE Totals .281 451 1818 252 511 103 7 68 215 14 10 9 128 4 330 30 15 51 .458 .330 American League .281 451 1818 252 511 103 7 68 215 14 10 9 128 4 330 30 15 51 .458 .330 ML Totals .281 451 1818 252 511 103 7 68 215 14 10 9 128 4 330 30 15 51 .458 .330

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since at least 1918 to hit three homers in his first four career games at age 20 or younger…On 9/26, Machado and Jim Thome (born 8/27/70) both homered…According to home run historian David Vincent, the pair were the first players in AL history, and the third in Major League history, to homer in the same inning while having an age difference of 20-plus years…The other pairs were Julio Franco and Kelly Johnson of the 2005 Atlanta Braves and Orlando Cepeda and Hank Sauer of the 1958 San Francisco Giants…The age difference between Thome and Machado (21 years, 314 days) is the second-largest age difference of those three duos, behind Franco and Johnson (23 years, 183 days)…Hit all seven home runs at Oriole Park…Hit walk-off RBI-single in the 14th inning on 9/13 vs. TB…Named Eastern League Player of the Week for the week ending 8/5…Played in the 2012 Futures Game in Kansas City…Became second-youngest player in Major League history to homer in the postseason when he went deep in Game 3 of the ALDS at NYY, 10/10/12 at 20.096…Was passed on the list by Bryce Harper, 10/12/12 (19.362)…Went 1-for-3 with an RBI in AL Wild Card Game at TEX…Batted .125 (2-for-16) in five games of the ALDS vs. NYY. 2011: Ranked as the second-best prospect in the Orioles system and the No. 11 prospect in all of baseball by Baseball America following the season…Split the season between Class-A Delmarva and Frederick…In the second half with the Keys, was 58-for237 (.245) with three triples, five home runs, 22 walks, and eight stolen bases in 63 games…Was named the MVP of the Mills Cup with a home run and seven RBI…Overall in the playoffs, he went 11-for-32 (team-high .344) with nine RBI, 11 hits, four doubles, a home run, five extra-base hits, a .447 OBP, .563 SLG, and eight runs scored. 2010: Was named the best prospect in the Orioles organization by Baseball America following the season…Homered for his first professional hit in his second career game on 8/28 vs. DSL Rays…Was promoted to Aberdeen on 8/29…Hit safely in all seven games with the IronBirds, including three multi-hit contests. PERSONAL: Graduated from Brito Miami Private (FL) HS…Signed by Orioles scout John Martin…Married, wife’s name is Yainee, and she is the sister of Oakland A’s infielder Yonder Alonso.

OPPONENTS

MANNY MACHADO

FIELDING 3B PCT G PO A E DP 2012 .967 51 44 102 5 4 2013 .973 156 116 355 13 42 2014 .962 82 61 168 9 17 2015 .961 156 132 337 19 38 Totals .966 445 353 962 46 101 SS PCT G PO A E DP 2015 .905 7 4 15 2 3 Totals .905 7 4 15 2 3

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2015 AL MVP AWARD BALLOTING Name Josh Donaldson Mike Trout Lorenzo Cain MANNY MACHADO Dallas Keuchel

Points 385 304 225 158 107

Machado became just the fifth Oriole since 1997 to finish in the top six in MVP voting, joining Chris Davis (third In 2013), Adam Jones (sixth in 2012), Miguel Tejada (fifth in 2004), and Randy Myers (fourth in 1997).

RECORDS & HISTORY

AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .000 .500 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 .500 .333 2 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .667 .333

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MEDIA

DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 BAL vs. NYY .125 5 16 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 1 .375 .222 Totals .125 5 16 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 1 .375 .222

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1- Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 3 overall) of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft

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FULL NAME: Brian Robert Matusz BORN: February 11, 1987

OPENING DAY AGE: 29

BIRTHPLACE: Grand Junction, CO RESIDES: Paradise Valley, AZ CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016

MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 5.156 ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 4 overall) of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

BRIAN MATUSZ

LONGEST OUTING: 8.0 innings, twice, last: 8/19/10 vs. TEX…LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 3.0 innings, 4/21/15 at TOR…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 9, twice, last: 5/22/12 vs. BOS…WALK HIGH: 5, twice, last: 6/7/12 at BOS…HR ALLOWED: 3, three times, last: 8/28/11 (G2) vs. New York-AL…WINNING STREAK: 7 games, 8/19/10-6/6/11…LOSING STREAK: 12 games, 6/12/11-4/20/12.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

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• Posted career bests in ERA (2.94) and K/9.0 IP (10.29) • Led Orioles relievers in inherited runners (46) and inherited runners stranded (29)...His 46 inherited runners ranked tied for fifth among AL relievers • Since 2011, he ranks tied for 10 among AL relievers with 146 inherited runners and seventh with a 21.9 inherited runners scored percent (146 IR, 32 IRS) • Recorded at least one strikeout in a season-high nine consecutive outings, 8/9-23 (14 strikeouts) • Tossed 1.1 scoreless innings on 9/2 vs. TB becoming the third pitcher since 1991 to record four outs on four pitches, according to STATS, LLC • Of his 58 appearances, 48 were 1.0 IP or fewer...He posted nine multi-strikeout efforts in those 48 outings (13 total multi- strikeout games) • Struck out an Orioles reliever season-high tying four on 6/14 vs. NYY and 8/11 at SEA, which also tied the highest strikeout total of his career as a reliever • Tossed 3.0 innings on 4/21 at TOR, the longest outing of his career as a reliever and longest since a start on 7/1/12 vs. CLE (4.0 IP) • Retired 42-of-58 first batters faced • Named the Orioles nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Posted a then career-best with a 3.48 ERA (20 ER/51.2 IP) and 9.2 K/9.0 IP in 63 appearances, allowing one earned run or fewer in 59 of 63 outings...Pitched to a 2.84 ERA (8 ER/25.1 IP) and 10.3 K/9 in 27 games at home...Held left-handers to a .223/.277/.350 slash line in 112 plate appearances...From 4/26-5/27, posted a 13-game scoreless streak (9.1 IP)...Was the second-longest scoreless streak by games in his career...Over his last 27 appearances beginning 7/3, pitched to a 1.23 ERA (3 ER/22.0 IP) with four walks and 29 strikeouts...Snapped a streak of 10 consecutive outings without allowing a run at Oriole Park (10.1 IP) on 9/17 vs. TOR...Appeared in Game 1 of the ALCS, allowing one run on one hit over 0.2 inning. 2013: Pitched out of the bullpen and posted then career bests with a 24.0% strikeout rate, 8.82 K/9, 3.13 K/BB, a 28.3% swingand-miss rate, a 2.89 FIP and 3.53 ERA, .230 average against, .295 OBP allowed and .321 SLG allowed…Stranded 32-of-37 inherited runners, the seventh-best mark in the majors (third in AL)…Stranded 114-of-146 inherited runners (90.2%) since 2012, the second-best mark in the majors (Doolittle, OAK, 90.7%) in that time…Held left-handers to a line of .168/.225/.277 in 112 plate appearances…His .168 average against by left-handers was the fifth-best mark for any AL reliever…Posted a 1.35 ERA (4 ER/26.2 IP) in 34 games at Oriole Park…Tossed season-high 1.2 innings twice, 4/28 at OAK (2 ER) and 5/31 vs. DET (scoreless). 2012: Began the season with Orioles before being optioned to Triple-A Norfolk on 7/1…Was 5-10 with a 5.42 ERA (51 ER/84.2 IP) in 16 starts before being optioned…Went 2-1 with one save and a 4.21 ERA (22 ER/47.0 IP) in 10 games (six starts) with the Tides…Held left-handed hitters to a .258/.288/.274 line in 62 at-bats at Triple-A…Recalled by the Orioles on 8/24, and was transferred to the bullpen…Pitched to a 1.35 ERA (2 ER/ 13.1 IP, 5 H, 3 BB, 19 K) in 18 relief outings, stranding all 14 inherited runners…Held left-handed hitters to a total line of .175/.230/.298 in 123 plate appearances in the majors…Earned first career relief win on 9/16 at OAK (2.0 scoreless innings, two strikeouts)…Pitched a season-high 7.1 innings, striking out seven and earning the win on 6/2 at TB…Struck out season-high and career-high tying nine batters on 5/22 vs. BOS…Snapped career-long 12 game losing streak on 5/1 at NYY (1 ER/6.1 IP)…Struck out his only batter faced (Hamilton) in AL Wild Card Game vs. TEX… Went 0-1 with a 2.08 ERA (1 ER/4.1 IP) in the ALDS vs. NYY, appearing in all five games of the series. 2011: Had two stints with the Orioles, 3/31-6/30 and 8/16-end of season…On DL with a strained left intercostal, 3/30-6/1…Went 1-0 with a 2.45 ERA (3 ER/11.0 IP) in his first two starts to begin the season…Went 0-9 with a 13.03 ERA (56 ER/38.2 IP) in his

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final 10 starts to end the season, allowing four earned runs or more in each game…Surrendered at least one home run and one walk in each of his final 11 starts, the longest streak in franchise history…His 10.69 ERA was the highest single-season ERA in Major League history for a pitcher making 10 or more starts in a season…His 3.26 home runs per 9.0 innings was the highest rate in Major League history for a pitcher making 10 or more starts in a season…Tossed a season-high 6.2 innings on 8/16 at OAK… Struck out a season-high five batters on five occasions (6/18 at WAS, 6/25 vs. CIN, 8/16 at OAK, 8/28 (G2) vs. NYY, and 9/25 at DET)…Went 2-3 with a 3.46 ERA (21 ER/54.2 IP) in nine starts for Triple-A Norfolk…Named International League Pitcher of the Week, 7/13-17 (7.0 scoreless innings, three hits, two walks, eight strikeouts vs. Gwinnett). 2010: Led AL rookies in strikeouts (143), innings pitched (175.2), and games started (32)…Was second in opponents average (.255), tied for second in wins (10), and third in ERA (4.30)…Was named AL Rookie of the Month for August after going 4-1 with a 2.43 ERA (10 ER/37.0 IP) in six starts…Won six consecutive decisions from 8/20/09-4/24/10, then dropped a then-career-high nine games from 4/29-6/29…Won his final six decisions from 8/19 through the end of the season…Went 6-0 with a 1.57 ERA (8 ER/46.0 IP) over his final eight starts starting 8/19…The Orioles won each of those eight games…Was 2-0 in five starts against the Red Sox, the first rookie since the St. Louis Browns’ Sig Jakucki in 1944 (4-0 in five starts) to go undefeated in five starts against Boston (Elias)…Pitched at least 6.0 innings in 20 of his 32 starts…Had 18 Quality Starts on the year. 2009: Spent time with Class A-Advanced Frederick, Double-A Bowie, and the Orioles (recalled on 8/4) in his first professional season…Became fifth of five Orioles rookie pitchers to win their Major League debut in 2009 (also Uehara, Bergesen, Berken, and Hernandez), the most by a team since the Chicago White Stockings had six pitchers do it in 1888…Won the Jim Palmer Award for the best pitcher in the Orioles minor league system…Was named Orioles Organizational Pitcher of the Month for June and July…Pitched 5.0 innings, allowing one earned run to earn the win in his debut on 8/4 at DET…Recorded his first Major League strikeout in the second inning, fanning Miguel Cabrera to lead off the inning…Went 1-2 in his next three starts, pitching to an 8.56 ERA (13 ER/13.2 IP), allowing four earned runs or more in each start…Pitched to a 3.12 ERA (9 ER/26.0 IP) in his final four starts, going 3-0 with 18 strikeouts and six walks…Struck out seven or more batters three times in eight starts, including a then-career-high eight on 8/30 vs. CLE…Finished the season with a four-game winning streak and pitched 7.0 innings in each of his final three starts…Held lefties to a .200 average (7-for-35)…Pitched to a 3.16 ERA (11 ER/31.1 IP) in five victories and an 8.10 ERA (12 ER/13.1 IP) in his other three starts…Did not allow a hit with a runner on third and two outs in eight plate appearances against (0-for-7 with a walk allowed)…Went 2-0 with a 2.65 ERA (5 ER/17.0 IP) in three starts vs. AL Central opponents…Did not lose a game from 5/8 (in the Carolina League) until 8/9, when he was lost to Roy Halladay at TOR…Went 11-2 with a 1.99 ERA (25 ER/113.0 IP) in 19 minor league games…Made 12 Quality Starts out of 19 starts in the minor leagues (one was shortened to one inning due to his promotion)…Became the fifth player from the 2008 draft to reach the majors (Gordon Beckham, Conor Gillaspie, Ryan Perry, and Daniel Schlereth)…Was named Eastern League Pitcher of the Week with Bowie, 7/6-12, when he tossed 8.0 shutout innings, allowed one hit and struck out 11…Went 7-0 with a 1.55 ERA in eight starts with the Baysox before being called up to Baltimore on 8/4…His seven wins led the Baysox…Was named to the Carolina League All-Star Team with Frederick, but was promoted to Bowie before the game and did not participate…Was named the Carolina League Pitcher of the Week, 5/25-31, going 1-0 in two starts and not allowing an earned run…Finished second on the Keys in strikeouts (75) despite making just 11 starts…Pitched in MLB’s Futures Game for Team USA on 7/12 in St. Louis (1.0 IP, 1 H, 1 ER, 1 BB)…Named the Orioles top prospect by Baseball America after the season. 2008: Signed his first professional contract on 8/15…Made his professional debut by pitching for the Surprise Rafters in the Arizona Fall League, where he went 2-4 with a 4.73 ERA (14 ER/26.2 IP) in seven games (six starts)…Recorded 31 strikeouts and seven walks in 26.2 innings…Went a combined 1-0 with a 1.29 ERA (1 ER/7.0 IP) in his first two starts in the AFL…Selected to play in the AFL’s Rising Stars Showcase…Named both the Orioles and Arizona Fall League’s third-best prospect by Baseball America after the season. COLLEGE CAREER: In three seasons with the University of San Diego Toreros, went 26-8 with a 2.94 ERA (101 ER/317.0 IP) in 48 games (45 starts) and 397 strikeouts…Was a two-time finalist for the Golden Spikes Award, given to the best amateur baseball player in the nation…Was a 2008 finalist for the Roger Clemens Award, a Louisville Slugger first-team All-American and a 2007 member of the USA Baseball National Team…Finished the 2008 season as the all-time USD leader in strikeouts (396)… Helped the Toreros achieve a program-best No. 4 national ranking in 2007…Was the highest draft pick in school history…2008: Went 12-2 with a 1.71 ERA (20 ER/105.0 IP) and an NCAA-leading 141 strikeouts…Tied the school’s single-game record with 17 strikeouts in a victory over Harvard on 3/22…Was named the West Coast Conference Pitcher of the Year after leading the NCAA in strikeouts and tying for fifth among Division I pitchers with 12 wins…2007: Named to the Wallace Award Watch List for the best collegiate player in the nation…Was named to the Roger Clemens Award Watch List vying for the nation’s best collegiate pitcher…Was a finalist for the Golden Spikes Award for the nation’s best collegiate player…Made 18 starts as USD’s Friday starter…Helped team win the WCC regular-season championship and achieve a program-best No. 4 national ranking… Named first-team All-WCC…Named National Pitcher of the Week twice…Named WCC Pitcher of the Month once…Named firstteam All-American by the NCBWA…Was named second-team All-American by Collegiate Baseball…Named insidepitching.com’s West Region Pitcher of the Year…Set the new single-season record for strikeouts with 163…Posted a 10-3 record with an ERA of 2.85…Recorded a then-career-high 13 strikeouts on three occasions and rung up 10 or more batters in nine games…Threw one complete game allowing two runs on seven hits while striking out 10 against Saint Mary’s (4/5/07)…Recorded 13 strikeouts against Cal Poly (1/26/07), USC (2/9/07), and Portland (4/13/07)…Played for Team USA during the summer of 2007…2006: Made 15 appearances (13 starts) and posted a 4-3 record with an ERA of 4.25…Rivals.com named him a second-team Freshman All-America Team…Was also named a Freshman All-America by Collegiate Baseball…Was named to Baseball America’s AllFreshman team…Was named the WCC Pitcher of the Week (4/21/06)…Struck out a season-high 11 batters in 8.0 innings of

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work against Georgia (2/26/06)…Picked up win against San Diego State allowing one run on three hits, while striking out 10 over 8.0 innings (3/10/06). PERSONAL: Earned two varsity letters in baseball playing for Keith Merkel at St. Mary’s (AZ) High…Was named first-team All-State as a junior after posting a 8-2 record with an ERA of 0.95…Went 8-1 with a 0.50 ERA as a senior before earning the state of Arizona Player of the Year award along with a Baseball America All-America distinction…Was originally drafted in the fourth round of the 2005 First-Year Player Draft by the Angels, but elected to attend the University of San Diego…Was signed by Orioles scout Mark Ralston.

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YEAR CLUB 2009 Frederick-1 Bowie BALTIMORE 2010 BALTIMORE 2011 Frederick Bowie Norfolk BALTIMORE 2012 Norfolk BALTIMORE 2013 BALTIMORE 2014 BALTIMORE 2015 BALTIMORE Minor Lg. Totals BALTIMORE TOTALS American League ML Totals

W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 4 2 2.16 11 11 0 0 0 66.2 56 22 16 5 1 21 0 75 5 0 7 0 1.55 8 8 1 1 0 46.1 31 9 8 2 1 11 0 46 0 0 5 2 4.63 8 8 0 0 0 44.2 52 24 23 6 0 14 0 38 0 0 10 12 4.30 32 32 0 0 0 175.2 173 88 84 19 7 63 3 143 1 0 0 0 2.25 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 6.0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 3 3.46 9 9 1 1 0 54.2 51 23 21 4 2 19 0 41 2 0 1 9 10.69 12 12 0 0 0 49.2 81 60 59 18 0 24 1 38 0 0 2 1 4.21 10 6 1 1 1 47.0 43 24 22 2 0 15 0 32 4 1 6 10 4.87 34 16 0 0 0 98.0 112 61 53 15 0 41 4 81 0 0 2 1 3.53 65 0 0 0 0 51.0 43 21 20 3 2 16 2 50 0 0 2 3 3.48 63 0 0 0 0 51.2 51 23 20 7 3 17 4 53 3 0 1 4 2.94 58 0 0 0 0 49.0 38 18 16 5 3 20 3 56 2 0 15 6 2.72 40 36 3 3 1 224.2 186 79 68 13 4 69 0 197 11 1 27 41 4.76 272 68 0 0 0 519.2 550 295 275 73 15 195 17 459 6 0 27 41 4.76 272 68 0 0 0 519.2 550 295 275 73 15 195 17 459 6 0 27 41 4.76 272 68 0 0 0 519.2 550 295 275 73 15 195 17 459 6 0

1- Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 4 overall) of the 2008 First Year Player Draft

























OPPONENTS

WILDCARD YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2012 BAL vs. TEX 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2012 BAL vs. NYY 0 1 2.08 5 0 0 0 0 4.1 2 1 1 1 0 2 1 5 1 0 Totals 0 1 2.08 5 0 0 0 0 4.1 2 1 1 1 0 2 1 5 1 0

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CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2014 BAL vs. KC 0 0 13.50 1 0 0 0 0 0.2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 0 0 13.50 1 0 0 0 0 0.2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 MATUSZ BATTING Career

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .125 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .125 .125

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FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2009 1.000 8 0 5 0 0 2010 .967 32 8 21 1 1 2011 1.000 12 1 2 0 0 2012 1.000 34 2 10 0 0 2013 1.000 65 0 6 0 1 2014 1.000 63 1 6 0 0 2015 1.000 58 0 4 0 0 Totals .985 272 12 54 1 2

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Dave McNally holds the all-time Orioles record for most consecutive victories by a pitcher (17), when he did it, September 22, 1968-August 3, 1969, with all victories coming as a starter. The club record for consecutive wins by a reliever (11) is held by Moe Drabowsky (May 28,1966 – July 3, 1967).

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FULL NAME: Timothy John McFarland BORN: June 8, 1989

OPENING DAY AGE: 26

BIRTHPLACE: Palos Hills, IL

RESIDES: Orland Park, IL

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2014: Posted a 2.68 ERA (16 ER/53.2 IP) in 36 relief outings...Pitched 1.0 inning or more in 30 of his 36 appearances out of the bullpen...Struck out 2.62 batters per walk, the best mark of his two-year career...Made one start on 7/1 vs. TEX earning his first career win as a starter (2 ER/5.0 IP)...Posted a 0.57 ERA (1 ER/15.2 IP) in eight games in June...Went 1-0 with a 2.01 ERA (5 ER/22.1 IP) in 17 games after the All-Star break...Pitched to a 0.79 ERA (1 ER/11.1 IP) in his final 10 outings of the season, beginning on 8/16. 2013: Spent the season with the Orioles, making 38 appearances (one start)…Made his Major League debut on 4/6 vs. MIN (3.1 scoreless IP, 1 H, season-high tying 5 K)…Posted a 2.92 ERA (8 ER/24.2 IP) in his first 12 appearances, 4/6-5/28…Recorded his first Major League win on 6/13 vs. BOS…Struck out season-high tying five in 3.2 scoreless innings on 6/15 vs. BOS…Tossed a then-career-high 4.1 innings on 6/23 at TOR…Made his first career start on 6/28 vs. NYY, taking a no-decision (2.2 IP, 7 H, 3 ER, 1 BB, 4 K)…Pitched to a 2.53 ERA (3 ER/10.2 IP) in six July games…Suffered his first Major League loss on 8/13 at ARI (Goldschmidt walk-off home run)…In his final eight games, posted a 0.90 ERA (1 ER/10.0 IP)…Posted a 33-to-5 strikeout-to-walk ratio against left-handers…In 18 road games, pitched to a 2.67 ERA (10 ER/33.2 IP). 2012: Split the season between Double-A Akron and Triple-A Columbus and led all Cleveland farmhands with 16 wins…Went 8-2 with a 2.69 ERA (18 ER/60.1 IP) in 10 starts with the Aeros to start the season…Began the year 8-1 with a 1.79 in his first nine starts before allowing seven earned runs over 5.0 innings in his final Aeros’ start on 5/25…Went 5.0 or more innings in nine of his 10 Double-A starts, including 7.0 innings on four occasions…Made his first appearance with Columbus on 5/31, tossing 5.2 scoreless innings…Went 4-1 with a 3.43 ERA (15 ER/39.1 IP) in six starts in August. 2011: Tied for second in the Eastern League in complete games (2) and tied for fourth in starts (25). 2010: Finished third among all Indians farmhands in wins (11)…Tied for second in the Carolina League in wins (11) and ranked fourth in ERA (3.13)…Named to Carolina League All-Star team. 2009: Spent the season with Class-A Lake County, leading the club in wins (9), finishing second in starts (23) and innings (120.2), and third in strikeouts (85). 2008: Began his professional career with the GCL Indians, leading the club in innings (55.0), finishing second in starts (10), and third in strikeouts (38). PERSONAL: Originally selected by Cleveland in the fourth round of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft…Signed by Indians scout Mike Soper…Graduated from Amos Alonso Stagg (IL) High School.

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Made 16 multi-inning relief appearances with the Orioles...Tossed a season-high 4.0 innings on 10/1 vs. TOR • Finished second among AL relievers in ground ball percentage (65.7%) and third in ground ball/fly ball ratio (4.48) • Had five stints with the Orioles: 5/8-24, 6/3-14, 6/24-25, 6/28 (G2) and 8/4-end of season • Went 2-3 with a 2.91 ERA (17 ER/52.2 IP) and a save over 16 games (nine starts) with Triple-A Norfolk...Allowed one run or fewer in six of those nine starts • Allowed one earned run over his last four appearances (all in relief) with Norfolk prior to being recalled on 8/4, posting a 1.13 ERA (8.0 IP) in that span • Retired 21 of his 30 first batters faced and stranded 14-of-15 inherited runners

OPPONENTS

LONGEST OUTING: 5.0 innings, 7/1/14 vs. TEX…LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 4.2 innings, 6/8/14 vs. Oakland… STRIKEOUT HIGH: 5, twice, last: 6/15/13 vs. BOS…WALK HIGH: 3, 9/20/13 vs. TB…HR ALLOWED: 2, 6/1/13 vs. DET… WINNING STREAK: 3 games, twice, last: 7/7-27/14…LOSING STREAK: 2 games, last: 5/23-8/11/15.

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RECORDS & HISTORY

ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles from Cleveland in the Rule 5 Draft on December 6, 2012.

ORIOLE PARK

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 2.061

MANAGER & COACHES

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2008 GCL Indians-1 3 4 5.07 12 10 0 0 0 55.0 70 38 31 3 4 15 0 38 12 0 2009 Lake County 9 4 3.58 25 23 0 0 1 120.2 128 58 48 6 3 42 0 85 10 1 2010 Kinston 11 5 3.13 24 19 1 0 0 126.2 121 50 44 9 4 40 0 92 6 1 Akron 0 0 11.25 1 1 0 0 0 4.0 9 6 5 1 0 2 0 5 0 0 2011 Kinston 0 1 2.25 2 2 0 0 0 12.0 9 5 3 2 0 1 0 12 0 0 Akron 9 9 3.87 25 25 2 0 0 137.1 140 73 59 9 7 50 0 103 12 3 2012 Akron 8 2 2.69 10 10 1 0 0 60.1 61 18 18 1 3 12 0 41 1 0 Columbus 8 6 4.82 17 17 1 1 0 102.2 112 55 55 9 1 33 0 55 5 0 2013 BALTIMORE-2 4 1 4.22 38 1 0 0 0 74.2 83 37 35 7 0 28 5 58 2 0 2014 Aberdeen 1 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 Norfolk 0 1 3.75 5 5 0 0 0 24.0 21 11 10 0 4 8 0 25 1 1 BALTIMORE 4 2 2.76 37 1 0 0 0 58.2 70 22 18 2 4 13 2 34 0 0 2015 Norfolk 2 3 2.91 16 9 0 0 1 52.2 42 20 17 0 0 14 0 31 1 0 BALTIMORE 2 2 4.91 30 0 0 0 0 40.1 52 26 22 4 0 18 5 26 3 0 Minor Lg. Totals 51 35 3.75 138 121 5 1 2 696.1 713 334 290 40 26 218 0 489 48 6 BALTIMORE TOTALS 10 5 3.89 105 2 0 0 0 173.1 205 85 75 13 4 59 12 118 5 0 American League 10 5 3.89 105 2 0 0 0 173.1 205 85 75 13 4 59 12 118 5 0 ML Totals 10 5 3.89 105 2 0 0 0 173.1 205 85 75 13 4 59 12 118 5 0 1- Selected by Cleveland in the fourth round of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft 2- Selected by the Orioles in the Rule 5 Draft on December 6, 2012

McFARLAND BATTING AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP Career .--- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .--- .---

2015 IN REVIEW

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2013 1.000 38 3 12 0 0 2014 .929 37 3 10 1 0 2015 1.000 30 0 6 0 0 Totals .971 105 6 28 1 0

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FULL NAME: Darren Christopher O’Day BORN: October 22, 1982

OPENING DAY AGE: 33

BIRTHPLACE: Jacksonville, FL

RESIDES: Colleyville, TX

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ACQUIRED: Claimed off waivers by the Orioles from the Texas Rangers on November 2, 2011.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 4.0 innings, 7/11/08 at OAK…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 5, 8/24/11 vs. BOS…WALK HIGH: 2, 16 times, last: 6/4/15 at HOU…HR ALLOWED: 2, twice, last: 8/24/11 vs. BOS…WINNING STREAK: 6 games, twice, last: 9/6/12-7/7/13…LOSING STREAK: 3 games, 7/24-8/24/13.

DARREN O’DAY

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 7.103

MANAGER & COACHES

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2019

OPPONENTS

2015 IN REVIEW

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Finished ranked third among AL relievers in ERA (1.52), tied for fourth in wins (six), seventh in strikeouts (82), and tied for 16th in holds (18) • Set career-highs in strikeouts (82), strikeout/walk ratio (5.86), strikeouts per 9.0 IP (11.30), and games finished (19) • Led Orioles relievers in appearances (68), finished second in strikeouts (82), and third in innings pitched (65.1IP) • Selected to the All-Star Game, his first career All-Star selection...Chosen by the manager (Ned Yost) in conjunction with MLB and did not appear in the game • 13 of his 15 outings from 9/1-end of the season were scoreless appearances, posting a 1.23 ERA (2 ER/14.2 IP) in that span • Allowed five earned runs over 45 outings from 4/13-8/19 (1.02 ERA, 44.0 IP), going 5-1 with two saves and 58 strikeouts in that span • Posted two separate 11-game scoreless streaks (7/26-8/19, 11.1 IP and 9/4-24, 10.2 IP) • Struck out 20 in June (tied for first among AL relievers) and led AL relievers with four wins that month • Recorded the longest save of his career in terms of innings (2.0) and struck out a season-high four batters, his third career game with four or more strikeouts and first since 6/10/12 vs. BOS • Retired 48 of his 68 first batters faced and stranded 17-of-23 inherited runners

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2014: Ranked seventh among AL relievers, posting a career-best 1.70 ERA in 68 appearances...Did not allow a run in 58 of his 68 outings...Set then-career-highs with four saves, 68.2 innings (tied for 19th), and 73 strikeouts (17th)...Held opposing hitters to a .174 average (.164 with a .497 OPS vs. RHH and .189 with a .633 OPS vs. LHH), the 10th-best mark among AL relievers...Pitched to a 0.61 ERA in 14 outings with no rest, a 1.96 ERA in 21 outings on one day of rest, and a 2.03 ERA in 33 outings on two or more days of rest...With RISP, held opponents to a .089/.232/.161 line in 69 plate appearances...Went 3-2 with four saves and a 1.82 ERA (6 ER/29.2 IP) in 32 games vs. the AL East...Went 9-2 with a 1.41 ERA (14 ER/89.1 IP) in 99 games vs. the division from 2012-14...Recorded his first save since 7/21/13 at TEX on 4/18 at BOS...Had 10.1 scoreless innings streak (10 games), 4/23-5/20...Had a 15.1 scoreless innings streak (19 K), 6/17-7/25 and a 13.2 scoreless innings streak (12 games), 7/29-8/30... Pitched to a 0.30 ERA (1 ER/30.0 IP) over 27 outings, 6/17-8/30...Allowed the first grand slam of his career (Bruce) on 9/2 vs. CIN...Made four postseason appearances, going 0-2 with a 13.50 ERA (4 ER/2.2 IP). 2013: Posted a 2.18 ERA (15 ER/62.0 IP), 11th-best among AL relievers…Ranked second among AL relievers with 12 wins from 2012-13 and 12th with a 2.23 ERA (32 ER/129.0 IP) in 137 games…Did not allowed an earned runs in 56 of his 68 appearances… Posted a 0.66 ERA (1 ER/13.2 IP) in 14 games in April…On 5/5 at LAA, recorded first save (1.1 scoreless innings) since 9/8/09… Notched second save on 7/21 at TEX…Posted a 1.17 ERA (2 ER/15.1 IP) in his final 19 games, 8/6-9/24…Held right-handers to a line of .154/.219/.224 in 155 plate appearances while left-handers hit .309/.367/.556 in 92 plate appearances…In 31 games vs. the AL East, pitched to a 1.33 ERA (4 ER/27.0 IP) and held hitters to a .168/.233/.295 line in 104 plate appearances…From 2012-13, he went 6-0 with a 1.21 ERA (8 ER/59.2 IP) in 67 games in the AL East, holding hitters to a line of .150/.219/.282. 2012: Set career-highs in wins (seven, second among AL relievers), games (69), innings (67.0), and strikeouts (69) in his first season with the Orioles after being claimed off waivers from Texas on 11/2/12…Stranded 37 of 43 inherited runners (86.0%), the third best mark in the AL…Had five outings of 2.0 innings and went 1.0 inning or more in 47 of his 69 outings…Did not allow a run in 57 of his 69 outings and allowed one run on eight occasions…Made at least nine appearances in each full month of the season…Allowed one earned run in 1.1 innings in his Orioles debut on 4/9 vs. NYY, then reeled off an 11 game scoreless streak, 4/13-5/6, lowering his ERA from 6.75 to 0.64…Allowed a total of six earned runs in his first 31 games (32.1 IP, 1.67 ERA)…Went 5-0 with a 2.41 ERA (9 ER/33.2 IP) in 35 games at Oriole Park…Went 4-0 with a 1.10 ERA (4 ER/32.2 IP) in 36 games vs. AL East opponents, holding hitters to a line of .135/.207/.270…Posted a 1.97 ERA (7 ER/32.0 IP) in 34 appearances after the All-Star

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DARREN O’DAY break…Pitched to a 1.60 ERA (7 ER/39.1 IP) in 37 games on zero or one day of rest…His ERA was 3.25 (10 ER/27.2 IP) in 32 games on two or more days of rest…Had two scoreless streaks of 11 games (7/19-8/14, 10.2 IP and 4/13-5/6, 12.2 IP)…Allowed Josh Hamilton’s Major League record-tying fourth home run of the game on 5/8…Earned career-high seventh win on 9/6 vs. NYY, retiring Jeter with two runners on to end the eighth inning…Tied season-high with three strikeouts in 1.2 scoreless innings on 9/8 vs. NYY…Tossed 2.0 scoreless innings (1 H, 1 K) in the AL Wild Card Game at TEX…Made four scoreless appearances (5.0 IP, 1 BB, 4 K) in the ALDS vs. NYY. 2011: Season included 85 days on the Major League DL…Went 0-1 with a 5.40 ERA (10 ER/16.2 IP) in 16 appearances over three stints with Texas (Opening Day-7/13, 8/6-9, and 8/24-end of season)…14 of his 16 appearances came at Texas…Beginning on 9/3/10, allowed 11 home runs in his last 26 games and 25.2 innings (3.86 HR/9.0 IP)…Averaged 3.78 HR/9.0 IP after entering year with career 0.55 figure…Prior to his first DL stint, had a 2.45 ERA (2 ER/7.1 IP) in eight games…Lone loss came on 4/12 at DET, loading the bases before allowing a Miguel Cabrera walk-off single in the ninth inning…After his first DL stint, had a 7.71 ERA (8 ER/9.1 IP) in his final eight games with six home runs allowed…Was on the 60-day DL, 4/27-7/1, for surgery to repair a partial tear of the labrum in his left hip, performed by Dr. Tom Byrd in Nashville, TN on 4/28…Was on the 15-day DL, 8/25-9/12, with right shoulder inflammation…Combined to go 1-0 with one save and a 2.53 ERA (6 ER/21.1 IP) in 18 games with Double-A Frisco and Triple-A Round Rock, including six appearances on injury rehab assignments…Allowed three home runs in the 18 games…Had a 2.21 ERA (5 ER/20.1 IP) in 17 games at Triple-A with 26 strikeouts and four walks. 2010: Went 6-2 with a 2.03 ERA (14 ER/62.0 IP) in 72 appearances for the Rangers…Established career-highs in wins, games, and innings…His 2.03 ERA ranked seventh among AL relievers, while his 70 appearances were tied for seventh in the league… Ranked among staff leaders in games (first), games finished (third, 14), relief innings (second), and wins (tied for fifth)…His 0.887 WHIP was eighth-lowest in the majors (fifth in AL) among pitchers with at least 50.0 innings…Was the third-lowest such figure in club history…Joined Neftali Feliz and Darren Oliver as only members of bullpen on the active roster for the entire season…Did not pitch for 13 days from 9/11-23 with lower back stiffness, but appeared in five of the team’s final 10 games…Allowed 13-of-50 (26.0%) inherited runners to score…First batters hit just .188 (12-for-64) with three walks and three hit batters…Allowed just one unearned run over his first 16 games and 13.1 innings, then had a 7.36 ERA (6 ER/7.1 IP) in his next eight outings, 5/15-6/1, to raise season figure to 2.61…Had a 0.56 ERA (2 ER/32.0 IP) over 37 games, 6/3-8/31, to drop season ERA to 1.37, which included his scoreless streak…Beginning on 9/1, had a 5.79 ERA (6 ER/9.1 IP) his last 11 appearances to finish at 2.03…Allowed runs and homers in three straight games, 9/7-9 at TOR, both career firsts…Had never even allowed home runs in two straight…Gave up five homers all season, including four at Rogers Centre in Toronto…Had a club-record streak of 29 consecutive scoreless appearances, and also 26.1 straight scoreless innings, 6/3-8/13…It was the sixth-longest scoreless innings streak in club history, second-longest by a reliever (Zimmerman, 29.2, 1999)…It was the third-longest scoreless streak by any reliever in 2010, trailing only Arthur Rhodes (30.0) and J.J. Putz (27.0)…Made an Opening Day roster for a third straight season with a third different team (2008 with LAA and 2009 with NYM)…Homer allowed on 5/15 at TOR was first since 6/25/09 at ARI, a span of 55 homerless games (46.0 IP)…His own throwing error on 6/25 vs. HOU ended a streak of 20 straight batters retired…Matched career high with three strikeouts twice in span of 11 days, 8/31 at KC and 9/10 vs. NYY…Was on club’s playoff roster for all three rounds, as he pitched in 11 of the Rangers’ 16 postseason games…Was brought in to face a single batter in five of those games…Went 0-1, allowing four runs over 4.2 innings for a 7.71 ERA…Tallied eight strikeouts to just a single walk and opponents were 6-for-21 (.286)…Allowed four of 11 inherited runners to score…Lone loss came in Game 1 of ALCS vs. NYY…Gave up a pair of homers in World Series (Uribe-GM 2, Posey-GM 4), both to first batters faced after just one home run to first batter faced in 72 regular season appearances. 2009: Went 2-1 with a 1.84 ERA (12 ER/58.2 IP) in 68 overall appearances with the Mets and Rangers…For the year, had a WHIP of 1.006…Posted the seventh-best ERA among all relievers with at least 50.0 IP…Permitted 15-of-45 inherited runners to score (33.3%) and retired 49-of-68 first batters (72.1%)…Was also among the AL relief leaders (min. 150 batters faced) in opponents batting average (fourth, .188), fewest hits per 9.0 innings (fourth, 5.82), and fewest homers per 9.0 innings (10th, 0.49)…With Texas, went 2-1 and a 1.94 ERA (12 ER/55.2 IP) with two saves in 64 games, the fifth-lowest ERA ever for a Rangers pitcher with at least 50.0 innings…Topped the Rangers in holds (20), was second in appearances, and placed third among Texas relievers in games finished (14), innings (55.2), and strikeouts (54)…Had the fifth-lowest relief ERA in the AL (50.0 or more innings) and ranked tied for ninth in holds…Held right-handers to a .180 (25-for-139) clip…Both victories came in 10-inning games, 5/5 at SEA in first Major League victory and 5/22 at HOU…Converted both save opportunities, earning first Major League save by combining with Scott Feldman, Jason Jennings, and Eddie Guardado on a five-hit shutout on 5/17 vs. LAA…Did not allow a home run in his final 39 appearances (31.2 innings)…Had a 1.47 ERA (5 ER/30.2 IP) over 33 appearances at Texas, the third-lowest single-season ERA ever for a pitcher with at least 30.0 innings at Texas…Opponents batting average at Texas was .184 (19-for-103), fourth-lowest single-season figure ever at that facility (min. 30.0 innings)…Was on the Mets’ Opening Day roster and pitched 3.0 innings in four games before being designated for assignment on 4/19…Was selected by the Mets from the Angels in 2008 Rule 5 Draft. 2008: Made the Angels Opening Day roster and went 0-1 with a 4.57 ERA (22 ER/43.1 IP) over three stints with the Angels… Angels were 6-24 in his 30 appearances…Had 17 games finished…Allowed just two home runs all year, one to Jacoby Ellsbury on 4/22 at BOS and the other by Grady Sizemore on 7/23 vs. CLE…Spent rest of season at Triple-A Salt Lake, going 2-2 with a 3.27 ERA (12 ER/33.0 IP) in 21 appearances and seven saves…Was named to season-opening roster after winning Fred Haney Award as Angels top rookie in Spring Training…Made his Major League debut on Opening Day, 3/31 at MIN, tossing a scoreless eighth inning in Angels 3-2 loss (1.0 IP, 2 H, 1 IBB, 1 K)…Had six straight scoreless appearances (10.1 IP), 6/14-7/21, with opponents batting just .143 (5-for-35) with no walks and six strikeouts in that span…Recalled for a final time on 9/2…Made

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WILDCARD YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2012 BAL vs. TEX 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB 2010 TEX vs. TB 2012 BAL vs. NYY 2014 BAL vs. DET Totals

W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP 0 0 0.00 4 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0.00 4 0 0 0 0 5.0 0 0 9.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 1.13 9 0 0 0 0 8.0

H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 1 1 0 1 0 8 0 0

CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP 2010 TEX vs. NYY 0 1 13.50 3 0 0 0 0 0.2 2014 BAL vs. KC 0 2 16.20 3 0 0 0 0 1.2 Totals 0 3 15.43 6 0 0 0 0 2.1

H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 3 3 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 4 4 1 0 2 0 3 0 0

WORLD SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2010 TEX VS. SF 0 0 13.50 4 0 0 0 0 2.0 3 3 3 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 Totals 0 0 13.50 4 0 0 0 0 2.0 3 3 3 2 1 0 0 3 0 0

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1- Signed by the Angels as an non-drafted free agent on May 29, 2006 2- Selected by the Mets in the Rule 5 Draft on December 11, 2008 3- Claimed off waivers by Texas on April 22, 2009 4- Claimed off waivers by the Orioles on November 2, 2011

RECORDS & HISTORY

YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2006 Orem-1 0 1 2.51 14 0 0 0 7 14.1 11 5 4 1 1 5 1 15 3 0 Cedar Rapids 3 1 2.70 17 0 0 0 1 23.1 20 8 7 1 1 2 1 14 2 0 2007 Rancho Cucamonga 4 0 0.75 24 0 0 0 11 24.0 10 3 2 1 1 6 2 26 1 1 Arkansas 3 4 3.99 29 0 0 0 10 29.1 27 13 13 3 2 14 0 22 1 0 2008 Salt Lake 2 2 3.27 21 0 0 0 7 33.0 29 13 12 3 1 7 0 30 0 0 LOS ANGELES (AL) 0 1 4.57 30 0 0 0 0 43.1 49 24 22 2 4 14 6 29 1 0 2009 NEW YORK (NL)-2 0 0 0.00 4 0 0 0 0 3.0 5 2 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 TEXAS-3 2 1 1.94 64 0 0 0 2 55.2 36 12 12 3 4 17 1 54 1 0 2010 TEXAS 6 2 2.03 72 0 0 0 0 62.0 43 15 14 5 5 12 2 45 0 0 2011 Frisco 0 0 9.00 1 1 0 0 0 1.0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Round Rock 1 0 2.21 17 1 0 0 1 20.1 16 6 5 2 2 4 0 26 0 0 TEXAS 0 1 5.40 16 0 0 0 0 16.2 17 10 10 7 2 5 0 18 0 0 2012 BALTIMORE-4 7 1 2.28 69 0 0 0 0 67.0 49 17 17 6 3 14 2 69 0 0 2013 BALTIMORE 5 3 2.18 68 0 0 0 2 62.0 47 16 15 7 5 15 1 59 1 0 2014 BALTIMORE 5 2 1.70 68 0 0 0 4 68.2 42 14 13 6 8 19 4 73 0 0 2015 BALTIMORE 6 2 1.52 68 0 0 0 6 65.1 47 13 11 5 5 14 1 82 0 0 Minor Lg. Totals 13 8 2.72 123 2 0 0 37 145.1 114 49 44 12 8 38 4 134 7 1 BALTIMORE TOTALS 23 8 1.92 273 0 0 0 12 263.0 185 60 56 24 21 62 8 283 1 0 American League 31 13 2.33 455 0 0 0 14 440.2 285 121 114 41 36 110 17 429 3 0 National League 0 0 0.00 4 0 0 0 0 3.0 5 2 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 ML Totals 31 13 2.31 459 0 0 0 14 443.2 335 123 114 41 37 111 17 431 3 0

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three appearances in September before he was diagnosed with a torn labrum in his shoulder…Elected to rehab the injury, but was outrighted off the Angels’ 40-man roster on 10/20…Selected by the Mets in Rule 5 Draft on 12/11. 2007: Combined to go 7-4 with 21 saves and a 2.53 ERA (15 ER/53.1 IP) over 53 relief appearances with Class A-Advanced Rancho Cucamonga and Double-A Arkansas…Allowed four home runs all season…Was perfect 11-for-11 in save chances, as opponents hit just .120 (10-for-83)…Allowed earned runs in just one of 24 appearances, one of those earned runs coming on a solo homer by Bakersfield’s Chris Davis on 5/27…On DL, 4/22-5/4, with a strained left hamstring…Named Cal League Pitcher of the Week, 4/5-15…Appeared in 2007 California/Carolina League All-Star Game on 5/19 in Stockton…Was promoted to Texas League on 6/21…Had 2.00 ERA (2 ER/9.0 IP) over first nine appearances with Arkansas through 7/15…Was 10-for-13 in save chances in Texas League, as his 10 saves was tied with Jose Arredondo for Arkansas team lead. 2006: Combined to go 3-2, 2.63 ERA (11 ER/37.2 IP) with eight saves in 31 relief appearances for Rookie-level Orem in the Pioneer League and Class-A Cedar Rapids in the Midwest League…Had 29 strikeouts and seven walks…Signed on 5/29 and made his professional debut with Orem on 6/23 vs. Ogden, tossing 1.0 scoreless inning…Promoted to Cedar Rapids on 7/22… Had a 1.17 ERA (2 ER/15.1 IP) over final 12 outings with Cedar Rapids, beginning on 8/5. PERSONAL: Attended Bishop Kenny High School in Jacksonville, FL where he played baseball and ran cross country… Married, wife’s name is Elizabeth Prann and the couple has a daughter, Claire…Prann is a correspondent for FOX News… Signed by Angels scout Tom Kotchman…Served as closer for the University of Florida’s 2005 College World Series team…Was Academic All-District III performer from 2004-06…Had originally been cut from the Florida squad earlier in college, but began tinkering with a sidearm delivery which proved effective…Graduated with a degree in animal biology…Passed entrance exam to enter medical school, but elected to pursue a career in baseball.

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AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .000

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FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2008 .923 30 3 9 1 1 2009 1.000 68 1 6 0 0 2010 .900 72 4 5 1 0 2011 .800 16 2 2 1 0 2012 1.000 69 3 6 0 0 2013 .875 68 4 3 1 2 2014 .938 68 4 11 1 0 2015 1.000 68 2 4 0 1 Totals .932 459 23 46 5 4

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FULL NAME: Jimmy Santiago Paredes Terrero BORN: November 25, 1988

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BIRTHPLACE: Bajos de Haina, DR RESIDES: Bajos de Haina, DR

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ACQUIRED: By the Orioles from Kansas City in exchange for cash considerations on July 24, 2014.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS HITS: 4, 4/25/15 vs. BOS…RUNS: 3, 4/19/15 at BOS…DOUBLES: 2, three times, last: 6/26/15 vs. CLE…HR: 1, 15 times, last: 7/1/15 vs. TEX…RBI: 4, 5/19/15 vs. SEA…WALKS: 2, four times, last: 7/10/15 vs. WAS…SB: 2, 4/30/14 vs. TOR… HITTING STREAK: 12 games, 5/1-13/15.

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MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 2.059

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CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016

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PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Made his Orioles debut on 8/29, after being acquired from KC on 7/24...Collected first hit as an Oriole in his first at-bat on 8/29 vs. MIN (entered game after Steve Pearce injury)...Hit his first home run as an Oriole and collected his fourth career game with two or more extra-base hits on 8/30 vs. MIN (2-for-4, one double, one home run, two RBI)...Posted a then-career-high six-game hitting streak, 9/7-17 (.471, 8-for-17, two doubles, one home run, four RBI, two stolen bases)...Hit a pinch-hit, walk-off, two-run double in the bottom of the 11th inning on 9/12 vs. NYY (G1)...Batted .200/.200/.200 in 10 games with the Royals (2-for10)...Appeared on both the ALDS and ALCS rosters...Walked in his only postseason plate appearance in Game 1 of the ALCS. 2013: Had four separate stints with Houston, appearing in a then-career-high 48 Major League games…Over his first 33 games with Triple-A Oklahoma City, through 6/22, batted .379 (47-for-124) with 15 multi-hit games…Tallied an 11-game hitting streak, 4/23-5/5…Batted .353 (24-for-68) when leading off an inning. 2012: Named Oklahoma City Redhawks Team MVP and a Pacific Coast League All-Star…Tied for PCL lead in steals, ranked second in hits and total bases (242), and third in runs scored…Named Oklahoma City’s Offensive Player of the Month for July and August. 2011: Named Corpus Christi Hooks Team MVP and a Texas League All-Star…Made his Major League debut on 8/1 vs. CIN and collected a two-run triple off Bronson Arroyo, becoming the first Astro to triple in his first big league at-bat…Hit his first Major League home run on 8/9 at ARI, a solo shot off Micah Owings. 2010: Finished second in the South Atlantic League in hits and third in stolen bases. 2009: Named a New York-Penn League All-Star…Won Game MVP honors after hitting a game-winning two-run home run… Ranked fifth in the NYPL in steals and eighth in average to earn MVP honors. PERSONAL: Originally signed by the Yankees as a non-drafted free agent on 7/2/06…Last name is pronounced: puh-RAYdiss…Has two children, Ashley Jismell and Jimmy, Jr.

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Set career-highs in games (104), hits (100), doubles (17), home runs (10), RBI (42), runs scored (46), and walks (19) • Over 68 games before the All-Star break, batted .299/.332/.475 with 10 home runs and 39 RBI • Stole home as part of a double steal on 5/27 vs. HOU, the first Oriole to steal home since Adam Jones accomplished the feat on 8/28/14 • Became the first Oriole to log at least 20 RBI within his first 25 games of a season, after never previously having had a 20 RBI season in the majors, since Jim Traber (22 RBI) in 1986 • Posted a career-high 20-game on-base streak, 5/1-23 (.337/.375/.506, 5 BB)...Was one of three such streaks by Orioles batters in 2015 • Registered a career-high four RBI on 5/19 vs. SEA (2-for-5, 1 HR, 4 RBI) • Recorded a career-high 12-game hitting streak, 5/1-13 (.347/.385/.571, 2 HR, 9 RBI) • Six of his 10 home runs were go-ahead homers

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JIMMY PAREDES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2007 DSL Yankees-1 .259 64 266 31 69 14 4 2 42 0 4 6 6 0 44 5 4 3 .365 .287 2008 GCL Yankees .280 47 161 23 45 9 2 1 15 1 1 4 8 1 20 6 0 4 .379 .328 2009 Staten  Island .302 54 205 36 62 8 4 2 17 1 3 2 10 1 30 23 9 5 .410 .336 2010 Charleston .282 99 404 59 114 24 6 5 48 5 5 2 18 1 82 36 10 3 .408 .312 Lexington-2 .299 34 147 24 44 10 1 3 17 0 0 0 7 0 25 14 1 1 .442 .331 2011 Corpus  Christi .270 93 385 69 104 22 4 10 41 4 1 2 15 0 84 29 12 8 .426 .300 HOUSTON .286 46 168 16 48 8 2 2 18 1 1 0 9 0 47 5 4 3 .393 .320 2012 Oklahoma  City .318 124 507 92 161 28 7 13 59 2 2 3 22 1 101 37 10 10 .477 .348 HOUSTON .189 24 74 7 14 1 1 0 3 0 2 0 6 0 21 2 1 0 .230 .244 2013 Oklahoma  City .287 86 327 50 94 21 6 8 37 1 1 1 28 6 67 16 7 4 .462 .345 HOUSTON .192 48 125 8 24 4 0 1 10 1 2 1 6 0 44 4 4 1 .248 .231 2014 Omaha-3/4/5 .305 65 269 37 82 18 4 5 36 0 0 0 11 1 78 17 1 3 .457 .332 KANSAS CITY .200 9 10 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 .200 .200 Norfolk-6 .258 32 132 11 34 7 1 3 23 0 2 0 6 0 31 4 0 2 .394 .286 BALTIMORE .302 18 53 9 16 4 0 2 8 0 0 0 2 0 13 2 0 1 .491 .327 2015 Bowie .250 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 .250 .250 BALTIMORE .275 104 363 46 100 17 2 10 42 0 2 0 19 0 111 4 4 8 .416 .310 Minor Lg. Totals .289 699 2807 432 810 161 39 52 336 14 19 20 131 11 563 187 54 44 .429 .323 BALTIMORE TOTALS .279 122 416 55 116 21 2 12 50 0 2 0 21 0 124 6 4 9 .425 .312 American League .258 179 551 66 142 25 2 13 60 1 4 1 27 0 171 12 8 10 .381 .292 National League .256 70 242 23 62 9 3 2 21 1 3 0 15 0 68 7 5 3 .343 .296 ML Totals .257 249 793 89 204 34 5 15 81 2 7 1 42 0 239 19 13 13 .369 .293 1- Signed by New York (AL) as an non-drafted free agent on July 2, 2006 2- Acquired by Houston with RHP Mark Melancon from New York (AL) in exchange for OF Lance Berkman on July 31, 2010 3- Claimed off waivers by Miami on November 4, 2013 4- Claimed off waivers by the Orioles on February 15, 2014 5- Claimed off waivers by Kansas City on February 17, 2014 6- Acquired by the Orioles from Kansas City in exchange for cash considerations on July 24, 2014

CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2014 BAL vs. KC - 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 - 1.000 Totals - 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 - 1.000 FIELDING 2B PCT G PO A E DP 2012 .857 5 5 13 3 2 2013 1.000 3 0 5 0 0 2014 1.000 3 0 1 0 0 2015 1.000 6 11 17 0 2 Totals .945 17 16 36 3 4 3B PCT G PO A E DP 2011 .953 46 31 71 5 6 2013 1.000 1 0 3 0 0 2014 .909 16 8 22 3 3 2015 .571 8 1 3 3 0 Totals .927 71 40 99 11 9 OF PCT G PO A E DP 2012 .923 16 23 1 2 0 2013 .984 39 61 0 1 0 2015 1.000 3 2 0 0 0 Totals .967 58 86 1 3 0

OLDEST PLAYERS IN ORIOLES HISTORY Age at time of last game Player Rick Dempsey (1992) Jesse Orosco (1999) Dizzy Trout (1957) Tim Raines, Sr. (2001) Harold Baines (2000)

Pos C P P OF DH

Age 43.014 42.160 42.074 42.016 41.136

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FULL NAME: Francisco Antonio Peña BORN: October 12, 1989

OPENING DAY AGE: 26

BIRTHPLACE: Santiago, DR

RESIDES: Santiago, DR

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2014: Made his Major League debut on 5/20 vs. CWS, and caught the top of the ninth inning...Threw out Chicago’s Adam Eaton as he attempted to steal second base...Had a second stint with the Royals as a September call-up, but never appeared in a game...Selected as a PCL mid-season and post-season All-Star...After the season, named a MiLB.com Organization All-Star... Tied for fourth in the PCL with 27 homers, which also led all backstops...Ranked fourth in the PCL among qualifying catchers after throwing out 39.5% (34-of-86) of attempted base stealers and was first among backstops in assists (60)...Posted a multi-homer game on 7/10 vs. Iowa, and collected a season-high tying four RBI...Collected a season-high four hits on 6/26 at Oklahoma City... Slugged four doubles, nine home runs, and 17 RBI in 23 July games with Omaha. 2013: Played for Triple-A Las Vegas and Double-A Binghamton in the Mets organization...Registered a season-high five RBI with Las Vegas on 6/28 at Tacoma...With Las Vegas, batted .300 (15-for-50) vs. left-handers...In 33 home games with the 51s, he hit .306 (30-for-98), including 11 extra-base hits...Was a member of the Dominican Republic team that won the World Baseball Classic. 2012: Hit .300 (18-for-60) in 17 May games with Class A-Advanced St. Lucie...Threw out 45.2% (14-of-31) of would-be base stealers in 36 games behind the dish for St. Lucie...Also caught 45.2% (19-of-42) of attempted base stealers in 39 games at catcher for Binghamton. 2011: Spent the entire season with St. Lucie...Batted .300 (15-for-50) in 14 April games...Recorded a season-high four RBI three times. 2010: Missed majority of the season with a broken foot...Did not make his season debut until 8/14 when he began a 10-game rehab assignment with the GCL Mets. 2009: Was a Florida State League mid-season All-Star...Led FSL catchers in games played (100), total chances (803), putouts (707), and double plays (eight)...Ranked third in the FSL after throwing out 37.0% (47-of-127) of would-be base stealers... Slugged a grand slam on 5/12 at Palm Beach...Hit a home run and recorded a multi-hit game in three consecutive contests (.500, 8-for-16; double, triple, three home runs, seven RBI) from 7/11-15. 2008: Was the starting catcher in the South Atlantic League All-Star Game...Spent the season with Class-A Savannah...Hit .295 (23-for-78) in 20 August games...Hit .279 (19-for-68) with two outs and RISP. 2007: Collected two hits in his professional debut on 4/5 vs. Asheville...Slugged his first professional home run on 5/9 at Charleston. PERSONAL: Originally signed by the New York Mets as a non-drafted free agent on July 8, 2006...Son of former Major League catcher and Yankees first base coach Tony Peña...Played in the 2001 Little League World Series for the Bronx, NY team... Attended Instituto Ibere.

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Made two stints with the Royals • Notched his first Major League hit on 10/4 at MIN with a pinch-hit single in the eighth inning off Ryan O’Rourke • Spent majority of the season with Triple-A Omaha and finished second on the clube with 13 home runs • Finished third in the Pacific Coast League in catcher caught stealing percentage (32.5%) after throwing out 25-of-77 attempted base stealers • Slugged a season-high three home runs, four RBI, and scored four runs on 6/16 vs. Iowa • Batted .286/.354/.534 (46-for-161) with 21 extra-base hits and 30 RBI in 46 home games for Omaha...Hit .326 (28-for-86) when ahead in the count while playing for the Storm Chasers

RECORDS & HISTORY

ACQUIRED: By the Orioles from Kansas City in exchange for cash considerations on December 2, 2015.

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2007 Savannah-1 .210 103 367 26 77 12 0 5 30 0 4 4 24 0 76 1 1 16 .283 .263 2008 Savannah .264 105 397 34 105 22 3 6 41 0 3 1 25 2 95 0 0 14 .380 .308 2009 St. Lucie .224 100 392 43 88 15 1 8 44 1 3 4 15 0 78 0 1 13 .329 .258 2010 GCL Mets .313 10 32 4 10 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 6 0 6 0 0 0 .344 .436 St. Lucie .270 10 37 3 10 2 0 0 7 0 1 0 2 0 12 0 0 1 .324 .300 2011 St. Lucie .223 95 319 28 71 13 0 5 37 0 0 3 20 0 50 3 1 8 .310 .275 2012 St. Lucie .254 41 142 19 36 10 1 4 22 1 1 0 11 0 29 0 0 1 .423 .305 Binghamton .198 40 126 14 25 7 0 3 17 1 0 2 16 1 25 1 0 2 .325 .299 2013 Binghamton .246 21 69 4 17 6 0 0 4 1 1 1 7 1 4 0 1 6 .333 .321 Las Vegas .257 68 218 22 56 15 1 9 39 1 4 3 10 1 40 1 0 5 .459 .294 2014 Omaha-2 .240 96 342 53 82 13 0 27 61 2 5 5 16 1 65 0 3 12 .515 .280 KANSAS CITY .--- 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .--- .--2015 Omaha .251 95 342 42 86 20 1 13 48 3 2 4 23 1 56 4 1 6 .430 .305 KANSAS CITY .143 8 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 .143 .143 Minor Lg. Totals .238 784 2783 292 663 136 7 80 352 10 24 28 175 7 536 10 8 84 .378 .288 American League .143 9 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 .143 .143 ML Totals .143 9 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 .143 .143 1- Signed by New York (NL) as a non-drafted free agent on July 8, 2006 2- Signed by Kansas City as a Major League free agent on November 17, 2013

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2013 Dom Rep .500 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 - .500 .500 Totals .500 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 - .500 .500

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FIELDING C PCT G PO A E DP 2014 1.000 1 0 1 0 0 2015 1.000 8 12 0 0 0 Totals 1.000 9 12 1 0 0

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FULL NAME: Nolan Gallagher Reimold BORN: October 12, 1983

OPENING DAY AGE: 32

BIRTHPLACE: Greenville, PA

RESIDES: Fleming Island, FL

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ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on February 9, 2015.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS HITS: 4, 5/26/11 vs. KC…RUNS: 3, five times, last: 10/3/15 (G1) vs. NYY…DOUBLES: 2, twice, last: 7/8/14 at LAA… TRIPLES: 1, six times, last: 6/13/15 vs. NYY…HR: 2, twice, last: 7/31/14 at HOU…RBI: 4, three times, last: 9/11/15 vs. KC…WALKS: 4, 9/7/11 at NYY…SB: 2, 9/7/11 at NYY…HITTING STREAK: 14 games, 4/7-29/12…WALK-OFF HOME RUNS: 2, twice, last: 8/10/11 vs. CWS off Jason Frasor…GRAND SLAMS: 1, 9/11/15 vs. KC off Kelvin Herrera… LEADOFF HOME RUNS: 1, 10/3/15 (G2) vs. NYY off Luis Severino.

NOLAN REIMOLD

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 5.113

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PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Batted .232/.282/.435 with three home runs and 13 RBI in 29 games with the Blue Jays and Diamondbacks...Placed on the Orioles 15-day DL, retroactive to 3/26 (recovering from cervical spine fusion surgery)...Transferred to the 60-day DL on 4/7... Designated for assignment on 7/1...Claimed off waivers by the Toronto Blue Jays on 7/6...Posted a .212/.283/.404 with two home runs and nine RBI in 22 games with the Blue Jays...Registered his second career multi-homer game, both solo shots, on 7/31 at HOU (5th inning off of Jake Buchanan, 9th inning off of Chad Qualls)...Claimed off waivers by the Arizona Diamondbacks on 8/28... Hit .294/.278/.529 over seven games with Arizona. 2013: Made his third Orioles Opening Day roster…Started in left field on Opening Day, going 2-for-4 at TB…Had consecutive multi-RBI games, 4/18-20…Collected this third multi-hit game and scored career-high tying three runs (third time) on 5/2 at LAA… Placed on 15-day DL on 5/12, with a right hamstring strain…Activated from DL and went 1-for-3 on 7/2 at CWS…Put back on the DL on 7/14 with nerve inflammation in the cervical spine…Transferred to the 60-day DL on 7/23 and was reinstated 11/1…Had a second corrective neck surgery on 7/23, by Dr. Robert Kowalski at the Florida Spine Institute. 2012: Made the Opening Day roster and batted .313/.333/.627 in 16 games before going on the DL on 5/1 with a herniated disc that ended his season…Had surgery to remove the disc on 6/25…Had career-high 14-game hit streak, 4/7-29, during which he batted .356 (21-for-59)…Hit homers in four straight games, 4/13-17, the first Oriole to do that since Luke Scott (5/27-30/09)… Had three straight multi-RBI games for the first time in his career, 4/15-17…Hit a game-winning two-run home run off Francisco Cordero on 4/14 at TOR…Had a season-high three hits, including a double and a home run on 4/13 at TOR. 2011: Began the season with Triple-A Norfolk before being recalled on 5/20…Batted .237/.329/.410 in 39 games for the Tides… Reached safely in 10 straight games for the Orioles, 5/26-6/6 (.444 OBP)…Batted .321/.433/.679 in the last 17 games of the season…Set career-highs with two home runs, four hits, and four RBI on 5/26 vs. KC…Had four RBI on 6/30 vs. STL…Hit second career walk-off home run on 8/10 vs. CWS (also 5/27/09 vs. TOR)…According to the Elias Sports Bureau, at that time only three other Orioles have hit multiple walk-off home runs since 2000: Cal Ripken, Jr. (both in 2000), Tony Batista (2002, 2003), and Brian Roberts (2005, 2010)…Scored career-high three runs on 8/14 vs. DET…Set career-highs with four walks and two stolen bases on 9/7 at NYY…Hit game-tying RBI-double with two outs in the ninth inning and scored game-winning run in last game of season vs. BOS…Six of his 13 home runs either tied the game (one) or gave Orioles the lead (five)…Had an .896 OPS (.347/.548) in 41 home games and a .681 OPS (.311/.371) in 46 road games…Hit .303/.393/.648 in 38 wins and .200/.269/.290 in 49 losses… Batted .345/.440/.690 in 75 plate appearances with runners in scoring position, including a .367/.441/.800 mark with RISP and

2015 IN REVIEW

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Slugged his first career leadoff home run on 10/3 vs. NYY (G2)...Blasted his first career grand slam in the eighth inning on 9/11 vs. KC...His four RBI were a career-high • Homered in consecutive games for the fifth time in his career, 9/11-12 • Collected a season-high three hits on 7/26 at TB, his highest single-game hit total since 4/20/12 • His longest hitting streak of the season was seven games from 9/9-17 (.346, 9-for-26) • Started in center field on 6/20 at TOR (first Major League appearance in CF) • Appeared at all three outfield positions (LF-37, CF-9, RF-13) and also made starts in left field (30), center field (eight), and right field (three) • Spent begining of the season until 6/6 with Triple-A Norfolk • Also appeared in eight games with the Tides, 8/28-9/4

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two outs…Hit .354/.411/.723 in 19 games vs. the AL Central. 2010: Had a then-career-high three walks on 4/23 at BOS…Reached base safely in 12 of his first 13 starts…Was on back end of back-to-back homers with Matt Wieters on 5/5 at NYY off RHP David Robertson…Tied then career-high with three hits on 9/24 at TOR (sixth time)…Hit .348 (8-for-23) with a double and two home runs in seven games against the Yankees…Was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk on 5/12…Recalled from Norfolk on 9/1…Batted .249 with 10 home runs and 37 RBI in 94 games with the Tides, reaching safely in 40 of his last 42…Hit .320 (31-for-97) with a .460 OBP and a .443 SLG in 28 games with the Tides in August… Had season highs of four hits and four runs scored on 8/8 at Louisville. 2009: Recalled from Triple-A Norfolk on 5/14 and spent remainder of season with Baltimore…Placed on the 15-day disabled list on 9/18, with left Achilles tendinitis…Had surgery to repair the Achilles on 9/23 by Dr. John Campbell at Mercy Hospital in Baltimore…Named American League Rookie of the Month for June…In 26 games, batted .320 (24-for-75) with three doubles, four home runs, nine RBI, 13 runs, and 13 walks…Made his Major League debut and notched his first Major League hit on 5/14 at KC with a single off Ron Mahay…Drove in first run with an RBI-single on 5/16 at KC off Kyle Davies…Became the first player to hit his first Major League home run off Mariano Rivera on 5/20 at NYY…Hit his first walk-off home run on 5/27 vs. TOR in the 11th inning off Brian Wolfe…It was the first extra innings walk-off blast by an Orioles rookie since Leo Gomez on 8/12/91 vs. CWS…When his season ended, was leading AL rookies in home runs (15), on-base percentage (.365), slugging percentage (.466), walks (47), and total bases (167)…Was second in hits (100), average (.279), RBI (45), outfield assists (seven), and extrabase hits (35)…Reached base in 85 of his 104 games, including a career-high 17 straight games, 8/14-30…Homered in three consecutive games, 5/26-28, one shy of the Orioles rookie record set by Jay Gibbons (6/17-20/01)…Curt Blefary (4/30-5/4/65) is the only other Orioles rookie to homer in three straight games…Hit in a then-career-high 10 straight games, 8/14-23, going 12for-39 (.308)…Ended season on a six-game hitting streak, going 8-for 22 (.364) with a double, homer, and three RBI…Recorded 25 multi-hit games and 10 multi-RBI games…Had five three-hit games and five three-RBI games to set career-highs…Batted .312 (39-for-125) against the AL East, his highest average against any division…Posted a .364 (16-for-44) batting average in September, his highest average of any month…Batted .299 (56-for-187) after the All-Star break after batting .257 (44-for-171) before the break…Hit .331 (49-for-148) in Orioles wins, but just .231 (51-for-237) in Orioles losses…Named Orioles Minor League Player of the Month for April as he hit .408 (29-for-71) with five doubles, seven homers, and 21 RBI in 19 games…Was named International League Player of the Week for 4/13-19 as he went 13-for-28 (.464) with a double, a homer, five runs, and nine RBI… Was hitting .394 with nine home runs at the time of his promotion to Baltimore…Drove in season-high five runs for Norfolk on 4/17 at Gwinnett…Homered twice on 4/26 vs. Durham…Was held hitless in four of his 31 games with Norfolk. 2008: Spent the season with Double-A Bowie and was second in the league in home runs (25), extra-base hits (57) and runs (87), and fourth in RBI (84) and slugging percentage (.501)…Named to the Southern Division All-Star Team and EL post-season All-Star team…Named the EL Player of the Week, 8/25-9/1…Led the team in games played (139)…Batted .412 (7-for-17) with a double, four home runs, four runs, and 11 RBI in four playoff games. 2007: Was sidelined for most of the season due to a strained oblique, but appeared in 50 games for Bowie…Slugged .818 in 44 at-bats against left-handed pitching…Led the Arizona Fall League with six home runs and 23 RBI as a member of the Phoenix Desert Dogs…Named the Orioles fourth-best prospect by Baseball America after the season. 2006: Spent the season at Class A-Advanced Frederick and was named to the Carolina League All-Star team…Participated in the MLB Futures Game…Finished third in the Carolina League with 19 home runs and 73 runs scored and was fifth in the league with 75 RBI and a .379 on-base percentage…Batted .328 (43-for-131) in his first 37 games of the year through 5/17…Hit .222 (63-for-284) over his final 82 games of the season…Tied for second on the Keys with 14 stolen bases…Was named the Orioles’ third-best prospect by Baseball America following the season. 2005: Was named the top prospect in the New York-Penn League by Baseball America…Played in 50 of 75 games for ShortSeason A Aberdeen and led the team with 15 doubles and nine home runs…Finished fourth in the league with a .550 slugging percentage…Went 7-for-16 in his first four games and hit safely in 33 of his 50 games with the IronBirds…Was transferred to Frederick on 8/16 and hit safely in four of his first five games with the Keys, batting .412 (7-for-17) with four home runs…Hit .357 (10-for-28) with three doubles in the Carolina League playoffs…Played a combined 39 games in right field and 30 games in center between the two teams…Was named the Orioles fourth-best prospect by Baseball America following the season. PERSONAL: Attended Bowling Green University…Batted .360 with 20 home runs and 62 RBI in his final season with the Falcons and was named Mid-American Conference Player of the Year in 2005…Selected by the Orioles in the second round of the 2005 First-Year Player Draft out of Bowling Green State University…Married, wife’s name is Jenny…The couple has four daughters: Emma, Mary Clare, Maggie, and Charlotte…Reimold has two stepchildren: Grace and Jack.

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ORIOLES AMERICAN LEAGUE MONTHLY AWARD WINNERS AL PLAYER OF THE MONTH (since 1975) Jim Palmer Aug. 1975 Reggie Jackson July 1976 Doug DeCinces July 1978 Eddie Murray Sept. 1980 Ken Singleton Apr. 1981 Eddie Murray Aug. 1981 Eddie Murray Apr. 1982 Cal Ripken, Jr. Sept. 1983 Eddie Murray May 1984 Cal Ripken, Jr. Sept. 1991 Chris Hoiles Sept. 1993 Rafael Palmeiro June 1998 Albert Belle Sept. 1999 Albert Belle June 2000 Melvin Mora May 2004 Brian Roberts Apr. 2005 Melvin Mora Aug. 2008 CHRIS DAVIS Apr. 2013

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AL PITCHER OF THE MONTH (since 1981) Dennis Martinez Aug. 1981 Tippy Martinez July 1982 Jim Palmer Aug. 1982 Scott McGregor July 1983 Mike Boddicker May 1984 Jeff Ballard Apr. 1989 Ben McDonald Apr. 1994 Erik Bedard July 2007 AL ROOKIE OF THE MONTH (since 2001) Josh Towers June 2001 Rodrigo Lopez July 2002 Nick Markakis Aug. 2006 NOLAN REIMOLD June 2009 BRIAN MATUSZ Aug. 2010

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FIELDING OF PCT G PO A E DP 2009 .973 90 173 7 5 1 2010 .977 23 42 1 1 0 2011 .981 76 150 5 3 0 2012 .897 15 26 0 3 0 2013 1.000 11 24 2 0 1 2014 .962 14 24 1 1 0 2015 .976 51 76 4 2 0 Totals .973 280 515 20 15 2

RECORDS & HISTORY

1-Selected by the Orioles in the second round of the 2005 First-Year Player Draft 2- Claimed off waivers by Toronto on July 6, 2014 3- Claimed off waivers by Arizona on August 28, 2014 4- Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on February 9, 2015

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2005 Aberdeen-1 .294 50 180 33 53 15 2 9 30 0 2 1 29 1 44 2 0 2 .550 .392 Frederick .265 23 83 17 22 6 0 6 11 0 0 2 12 0 27 3 0 0 .554 .371 2006 Frederick .255 119 415 73 106 26 0 19 75 0 4 9 76 4 107 14 8 4 .455 .379 2007 GCL Orioles .233 9 30 4 7 4 1 0 8 0 0 3 6 0 4 0 0 0 .433 .410 Bowie .306 50 186 30 57 15 0 11 34 0 0 0 17 1 47 2 3 5 .565 .365 2008 Bowie .284 139 507 87 144 29 3 25 84 0 8 8 63 1 82 7 3 9 .501 .367 2009 Norfolk .394 31 109 21 43 11 0 9 27 0 1 2 18 2 25 6 1 2 .743 .485 BALTIMORE .279 104 358 49 100 18 2 15 45 0 3 3 47 1 77 8 2 8 .466 .365 2010 Norfolk .249 94 337 52 84 12 0 10 37 0 2 8 54 0 61 9 2 8 .374 .364 BALTIMORE .207 39 116 9 24 5 0 3 14 0 2 1 12 0 26 0 0 6 .328 .282 2011 Norfolk .237 39 139 16 33 6 0 6 22 0 2 2 18 0 43 2 1 1 .410 .329 BALTIMORE .247 87 267 40 66 10 3 13 45 0 4 6 28 1 57 7 2 4 .453 .328 2012 BALTIMORE .313 16 67 10 21 6 0 5 10 0 0 0 2 0 14 1 0 3 .627 .333 2013 Bowie .196 12 46 3 9 0 1 1 5 0 1 0 4 0 13 0 0 2 .304 .255 BALTIMORE .195 40 128 17 25 3 0 5 12 0 2 0 10 2 41 0 1 4 .336 .250 2014 Bowie .315 17 54 10 17 3 0 2 9 0 3 0 12 0 13 1 1 0 .481 .420 TORONTO-2 .212 22 52 3 11 4 0 2 9 0 2 0 6 0 22 1 0 0 .404 .283 ARIZONA-3 .294 7 17 2 5 1 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 .529 .278 2015 Norfolk-4 .274 54 197 25 54 13 0 2 15 0 1 2 26 0 42 5 1 4 .371 .363 BALTIMORE .247 61 170 24 42 5 1 6 20 0 0 2 23 2 47 0 0 2 .394 .344 Minor Lg. Totals .276 637 2283 371 629 140 7 100 357 0 24 37 335 9 508 51 20 37 .474 .374 BALTIMORE Totals .251 347 1106 149 278 47 6 47 146 0 11 12 122 6 262 16 5 27 .432 .329 American League .250 369 1158 152 289 51 6 49 155 0 13 12 128 6 284 17 5 27 .431 .327 National League .294 7 17 2 5 1 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 .529 .278 ML Totals .250 376 1175 154 294 52 6 50 159 0 14 12 128 6 294 17 5 27 .432 .327

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FULL NAME: Joseph Mark Rickard BORN: May 21, 1991

OPENING DAY AGE: 24

BIRTHPLACE: Las Vegas, NV

RESIDES: El Dorado Hills, CA

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.000 ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles with the 15th selection in the Rule 5 Draft from Tampa Bay on December 10, 2015.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

JOEY RICKARD 2015 IN REVIEW

• Enters 2016 as the No. 17 Orioles prospect, according to MLB.com • Led all Tampa Bay Rays minor league hitters with a .321 batting average (127-for-396) • Finished third on Double-A Montgomery in steals (19) despite playing in 65 games • Hit safely in nine straight games (.389, 14-for-36) with two doubles, a triple, two home runs, six RBI, and nine runs scored while playing for Montgomery from 6/14-29 • Recorded three steals in a game twice with Montgomery (7/7 vs. Biloxi and 7/22 at Jackson) • Drew a season-high six walks, 7/7 vs. Biloxi • Collected a season-high four hits twice (5/26 with Montgomery at Jackson and 8/7 with Triple-A Durham vs. Louisville) • Batted .413 (26-for-63) vs. RHP and hit .392 (20-for-51) with RISP while playing for Durham • Following the season, played for Leones del Escogido in the Dominican Winter League...Led Leones del Escogido in doubles (12), home runs (nine), RBI (37), and runs scored (29)

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

OPPONENTS

2014: Made his Double-A debut...Scored a season-high three runs on 4/23 vs. Mississippi...Made starts in left field, center field, and right field...Recorded seven outfield assists. 2013: Spent the season with Class-A Bowling Green...Finished tied for the team lead in runs scored (79), second in total bases (185), walks (78), and third on the club with 63 RBI...Collected a season-high four RBI, 5/13 vs. Lake County...Slugged two solo home runs, 5/29 at Lake County...Batted .296 (24-for-81) with 19 runs scored in 22 June games. 2012: Was named a New York-Penn League mid-season All-Star...Logged two hits in his professional debut for Short-Season A Hudson Valley on 7/9 at Auburn...Hit .358 (24-for-67) in 18 July games...Batted .364 (12-for-33) with RISP. PERSONAL: Originally selected by the Tampa Bay Rays in the ninth round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft...Signed by Rays scout Jayson Durocher…Attended the University of Arizona and Bishop Gorman (NV) HS.

MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY

YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 Hudson Valley-1 .279 47 183 35 51 11 0 2 14 0 2 12 16 2 32 11 3 3 .372 .371 2013 Bowling Green .270 127 452 79 122 29 5 8 63 5 8 16 78 0 98 30 10 8 .409 .390 2014 Montgomery .243 68 206 33 50 8 0 1 17 4 5 4 28 0 39 9 4 4 .296 .337 2015 Charlotte .268 23 71 8 19 3 0 0 12 0 1 2 20 0 13 3 2 2 .310 .436 Montgomery .322 65 236 38 76 19 6 2 32 1 3 3 39 0 42 19 4 2 .479 .420 Durham .360 29 89 16 32 6 2 0 11 1 1 3 10 0 20 1 0 0 .472 .437 Minor Lg. Totals .283 359 1237 209 350 76 13 13 149 11 20 40 191 2 244 73 23 19 .397 .390 1- Selected by Tampa Bay in the ninth round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft

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Ted Williams wasn’t the only major leaguer to hit a home run in his last major league at-bat when he went deep off the Orioles’ Jack Fisher on September 28, 1960 at Fenway Park. Two former O’s are among 37 players who have homered in their farewell plate appearance. On September 30, 1956, Joe Frazier (who later managed the New York Mets) homered at Washington off Senators pitcher Ted Abernathy in his final big league plate appearance. On August 2, 1994, Jeff Tackett went deep at Minnesota off Twins hurler Mike Trombley in his last at-bat.

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FULL NAME: Chaz Daniel Roe BORN: October 9, 1986

OPENING DAY AGE: 29

BIRTHPLACE: Steubenville, OH

RESIDES: Lexington, KY

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ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on December 16, 2014.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 2.1 innings, 6/13/15 vs. NYY…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 4, 5/31/15 vs. TB…WALK HIGH: 3, 7/1/13 at NYM…HR ALLOWED: 1, seven times, last: 9/24/15 at WAS…WINNING STREAK: 3 games, 7/4/13-6/13/15… LOSING STREAK: 2 games, 7/2-8/9/15.

CHAZ ROE

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 1.041

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2014: Pitched in three games with New York (AL) after being acquired by the Yankees from Miami in exchange for cash considerations on 8/31...Split the season between Triple-A New Orleans (47 games), Triple-A Reno (22 games), and Double-A Mobile (three games)...Led the Zephyrs in appearances and saves (14), finished second in WHIP (1.16), third among the club’s relievers in wins (three), and seventh in strikeouts (72)...Posted a 0.63 ERA (1 ER/14.1 IP) over 10 May outings...Allowed three earned runs from 4/16-6/21, posting a 3-1 record with a 0.81 ERA (33.1 IP) and nine saves in that span with New Orleans...Four of his six outs recorded at the Major League level came via strikeout...Was claimed off waivers by Pittsburgh on 9/24. 2013: Had his contract selected by Arizona on 7/1 and made his Major League debut that night at New York (NL)...Allowed one run in each of his next three outings through 7/30, and was optioned to Triple-A Reno on 8/1…Recalled from 8/12-17, making one appearance on 8/16 and recalled again on 8/24 for the remainder of the season…In 17 appearances from 8/16 through the end of the season, posted a 3.57 ERA (7 ER/17.2 IP) and allowed a run in just three appearances…Had at least one strikeout in his first 11 appearances of the season with Reno…Was 5-for-5 in save opportunities over that span, and saved his first six chances overall with the Aces…Issued a walk in just three of 22 appearances with Reno (four total)…Held opponents to a .091 average (2-for-22) with RISP with the Aces. 2012: Posted a 9.9 K/BB ratio pitching for the Laredo Lemurs in the independent American Association. 2011: Opened the season in the Triple-A Tacoma rotation…Suffered five losses in 10 starts before moving to the bullpen for his final 23 outings of the season…Was 0-5 with a 7.33 ERA (41 ER/50.1 IP) as a starter and 0-2 with a 5.84 ERA (32 ER/49.1 IP) and two saves as a reliever. 2010: Spent the season in the Triple-A Colorado Springs rotation…Was 1-6 with a 7.08 ERA (32 ER/40.2 IP) over his first seven starts, but went 4-1 with a 4.54 ERA (19 ER/37.2 IP) over his next six outings…Tossed two complete game victories on 4/22 vs. Tacoma (6.0 IP, 6 H, 4 ER, 3 BB, 1 K) and 6/5 at Salt Lake (9.0 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 7 K). 2009: Posted three consecutive starts with Double-A Tulsa without allowing an earned run, 6/19-7/2, tossing 5.0 innings in each start. 2008: Earned Texas League Pitcher of the Week honors for 7/7-13 after tossing a shutout at Arkansas on 7/11 (9.0 IP, 3 H, 1 BB, 7 K). 2007: Earned California League Pitcher of the Week honors twice with Modesto…The first for 5/14-20 when he tossed a complete game in a loss on 5/14 at San Jose (8.0 IP, 3 H, 1 UER, 1 BB, 7 K) and earned a win on 5/19 at Inland Empire (7.0 IP,

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Stranded a career-high 21 inherited runners (77.8%)...Set career-highs in wins (four), appearances (36), innings pitched (41.1 IP), strikeouts (38), and strikeout/walk ratio (2.24) • Retired all seven batters faced with the bases loaded • Earned the win in consecutive games for the first time in his career (9/15 vs. BOS and 9/17 at TB) • Placed on the 15-day DL with right shoulder tendinitis on 8/10...Reinstated from the 15-day DL on 9/1 • Posted two separate six-game scoreless streaks: 6/13-28 (7.0 IP) and 5/24-6/2 (9.1 IP) • His 9.1 scoreless innings (5/24-6/2) was the longest such streak of his career in terms of innings and tied for the second-longest in terms of games • Tossed a career-high 2.1 innings and earned the win on 6/13 vs. NYY (stranded all three inherited runners) • Struck out a career-high four on 5/31 vs. TB (1.1 IP)...Made his Orioles debut on 5/24 at MIA (2.0 IP, 2 K) • Retired 21-of-35 first batters faced and stranded 21-of-27 inherited runners • Had his contract selected from Triple-A Norfolk on 5/24

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2 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 3 K)…Earned the award for 8/13-19, as he earned wins 8/13 vs. Lancaster (8.2 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 4 K) and 8/18 vs. San Jose (6.0 IP, 6 H, 3 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K). 2006: Four of his seven wins with Class-A Asheville came over his final five starts of the season in which he posted a 3.10 ERA (10 ER/29.0 IP). 2005: Made his professional debut with Rookie-level Casper in the Pioneer League…Won four consecutive starts from 7/268/11 and earned post-season All-Star honors. PERSONAL: Attended Lafayette High School in Lexington, KY…Named Third Team High School All-America by Baseball America following his senior season at Lafayette in which he went 7-2 with a 0.63 ERA and 89 strikeouts…Is the grandson of Hall of Famer Bill Mazeroski.

CHAZ ROE 2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS

YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2005 Casper-1 5 2 4.17 12 12 0 0 0 49.2 31 25 23 2 6 36 0 55 8 0 2006 Asheville 7 4 4.06 19 19 0 0 0 99.2 105 54 45 4 12 47 0 80 11 0 2007 Modesto 7 11 4.33 29 29 2 0 0 170.1 148 93 82 17 13 73 0 131 10 1 2008 Modesto 2 1 5.49 3 3 0 0 0 19.2 24 17 12 1 0 3 0 16 1 0 Tulsa 5 4 4.27 16 16 1 1 0 105.1 98 57 50 15 9 34 0 70 5 0 2009 Tulsa 7 3 3.15 20 20 1 0 0 117.0 105 47 41 7 6 43 0 77 5 1 2010 Colorado Springs 9 13 5.98 27 27 2 0 0 158.0 210 115 105 18 7 53 2 115 9 0 2011 Tacoma-2 0 7 6.59 33 10 0 0 2 99.2 133 85 73 16 4 38 0 83 11 1 2012 Laredo (IND) 3 2 1.47 49 0 0 0 1 55.0 47 15 9 1 4 7 3 69 6 0 2013 Mobile-3 0 1 0.00 3 0 0 0 1 2.1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 Reno 0 0 1.23 22 0 0 0 7 22.0 15 3 3 0 3 4 0 20 5 0 ARIZONA 1 0 4.03 21 0 0 0 0 22.1 18 10 10 3 0 13 3 24 1 0 2014 New Orleans-4 3 3 3.66 47 0 0 0 14 64.0 53 30 26 5 6 21 1 72 4 0 NEW YORK (AL)-5 0 0 9.00 3 0 0 0 0 2.0 3 3 2 0 0 3 0 4 1 0 2015 Bowie-6 1 0 6.75 1 0 0 0 0 1.1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Norfolk 3 1 2.19 17 0 0 0 2 24.2 17 6 6 0 3 9 1 22 0 0 BALTIMORE 4 2 4.14 36 0 0 0 0 41.1 44 19 19 4 1 17 2 38 0 0 Minor Lg. Totals 52 52 4.33 298 136 6 1 27 990.0 989 549 476 86 73 368 7 813 75 3 American League 4 2 4.36 39 0 0 0 0 43.1 47 22 21 4 1 20 2 42 1 0 BALTIMORE Totals 4 2 4.14 36 0 0 0 0 41.1 44 19 19 4 1 17 2 38 0 0 National League 1 0 4.03 21 0 0 0 0 22.1 18 10 10 3 0 13 3 24 1 0 ML Totals 5 2 4.25 60 0 0 0 0 65.2 65 32 31 7 1 33 5 66 2 0 1- Selected by Colorado in the first round (No. 32 overall) of the 2005 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by Seattle from Colorado in exchange for INF Jose Lopez on December 2, 2010 3- Signed by Arizona as a minor league free agent on September 15, 2012 4- Signed by Miami as a minor league free agent on February 6, 2014 5- Acquired by New York (AL) from Miami in exchange for cash considerations on August 31, 2014 6- Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on December 16, 2014

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ROE BATTING Career

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .000

RECORDS & HISTORY

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2013 1.000 21 2 1 0 0 2014 1.000 3 1 0 0 0 2015 .800 36 1 3 1 0 Totals .889 60 4 4 1 0

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FULL NAME: Jonathan Rufino Jezus Schoop BORN: October 16, 1991

OPENING DAY AGE: 24

BIRTHPLACE: Willemstad, Curacao RESIDES: Willemstad, Curacao

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ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a non-drafted free agent on August 20, 2008.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS HITS: 4, 4/18/14 at BOS…RUNS: 3, 9/25/13 vs. TOR…DOUBLES: 2, twice, last: 9/30/15 vs. TOR…HR: 2, twice, last: 9/13/15 vs. KC…RBI: 4, 4/11/15 vs. TOR…WALKS: 2, twice, last: 9/11/15 vs. KC…SB: 1, four times, last: 8/25/15 at KC… HITTING STREAK: 12 games, 9/7-19/15…WALK-OFF HOME RUNS: 1, 7/10/15 vs. WAS off Tanner Roark…GRAND SLAMS: 1, 4/11/15 vs. TOR off Todd Redmond.

JONATHAN SCHOOP

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 2.027

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2014: Made his first career Opening Day start for the Orioles on 3/31 vs. BOS, playing second base and going 1-for-3...Ranked eighth among all Major League second basemen with 89 doubles plays turned...Was fourth among AL second basemen with a .987 fielding percentage and fifth with 16 Total Zone Runs and a 4.84 Range Factor/9 Innings...The Orioles went 14-1 in games in which he homered...Hit his first home run of the season on 4/9 at NYY (Tanaka)...Collected his first career multi-home run game on 5/26 at MIL...Collected a career-high four hits on 4/18 at BOS...Had game-winning RBI on 5/9 vs. HOU...Hit his first career home run off a LHP on 8/5 at TOR (Buehrle)...Hit his first home run of the season at home on 8/11 vs. NYY...Homered in three consecutive games for the first time in his career, 9/2-4 vs. CIN...Notched three RBI four times, 4/9 at NYY, 8/11 vs. NYY, 8/18 at CWS, and 9/3 vs. CIN...Hit a solo home run on 9/28 at TOR, giving the Orioles a 1-0 win in the regular-season finale...Started all seven postseason games, batting .190/.292/.238 with a double and two RBI in 24 plate appearances. 2013: Recalled on 9/3 from Triple-A Norfolk and made his Major League debut on 9/25 vs. TOR…Went 2-for-3, with a walk, one home run, three runs, and one RBI in his debut…Became the second Oriole in club history to hit a home run in his first Major League game (also Larry Haney, 7/27/66 vs. CLE)…Batted .256/.301/.396 with nine home runs and 34 RBI in 289 plate appearances while playing second base and shortstop for the Tides…Did not play, 5/13-7/25, due to a stress fracture in his lower back…Hit .214/.313/.464 with two home runs in eight games for Team Netherlands in the World Baseball Classic…Played for championship-winning Surprise in the Arizona Fall League, going 1-for-3 with a run scored in the championship game…Named the Orioles fifth-best overall prospect by Baseball America…Was named a top 100 overall prospect by Baseball Prospectus (82) and ESPN.com (86). 2012: Debuted at Double-A, spending the entire season with Bowie…Led team in home runs (14) and at-bats (485)…Was second in games played (124), hits (119), runs (68), and total bases (187)…Was third in doubles (24) and RBI (56)…Tied careerhigh with two homers on 6/24…Tied career-high with four RBI on 6/24 and 7/13…Named the third-best prospect in the Orioles organization after the season by Baseball America…Was named best power hitter and best infield arm in the Orioles system by Baseball America. 2011: Was named the Orioles Brooks Robinson Minor League Player of the Year for his time in Class-A Delmarva and Class A-Advanced Frederick…Named the third-best Orioles prospect and No. 82 overall prospect in baseball after the season by Baseball America…Hit a combined .290 with 13 home runs, 71 RBI, and a .781 OPS in 128 games…Named the Orioles Minor League Player of the Month for August, the Carolina League Player of the Week 8/8-14, and was selected to play in the Futures Game in Arizona as the Orioles’ representative on the World Team…In the Carolina League playoffs, Schoop was 11-for-35 (.314) with 11 hits and six runs scored.

2015 IN REVIEW

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Posted a career-high 12-game hitting streak, 9/7-19 (.327/.353/.531, three home runs, five RBI) • Notched his second career multi-homer game on 9/13 vs. KC (also 5/26/14 at MIL) • Hit his first career walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning on 7/10 vs. WAS • 32 of his 85 hits were for extra bases...Finished one double (17) and one homer (15) shy of his career-high despite playing in 51 fewer games than 2014 • His 30 home runs as a second baseman since the beginning of 2014 rank fourth in the majors • Placed on the 15-day disabled list on 4/18 (sprained right knee)...Transferred to the 60-day DL on 6/16...Reinstated from the 60-day DL on 7/5 • Belted his first career grand slam on 4/11 vs. TOR (T. Redmond)...His four RBI were a career-high • In his career, the Orioles are 26-4 in games in which he homers

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2010: Led the GCL Orioles with three home runs and was second with 16 RBI despite playing just 17 games with the club… Drove in a career-high four runs on 6/24 vs. GCL Red Sox…Was promoted to Bluefield on 7/17…Hit .318 (28-for-88) with nine doubles, a triple, two home runs, 12 RBI, a .381 OBP, and a .511 SLG in 26 games in August…Matched a career-high with four hits on 8/30 at Johnson City…Was promoted to Frederick on 9/1…Went 3-for-5 with a pair of doubles, two runs scored, and two RBI in his final game of the season on 9/6 at Wilmington…Was named the 10th-best prospect in the Orioles organization by Baseball America following the season. 2009: Had a career-high four hits on 7/17…Hit safely in final four games of the season, batting .533 (8-for-15) with two doubles and two RBI. PERSONAL: Signed by the Orioles as a non-drafted free agent on 8/20/08…Signed by Orioles scout Ernst Meyer…Played on the Little League World Series championship team from Willemstad, Curacao in 2004, recording the save in the finale against Thousand Oaks, CA…Has a daughter, Jae’Lyane Isabelle.

JONATHAN SCHOOP 2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS

YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2009 DSL Orioles-1 .239 68 247 28 59 7 3 0 35 6 1 6 24 0 39 11 3 7 .291 .320 2010 Gulf Coast .250 17 60 11 15 4 0 3 16 0 2 1 7 1 7 0 0 0 .467 .329 Bluefield .316 39 133 16 42 11 1 2 16 3 0 0 12 0 14 1 1 6 .459 .372 Frederick .238 6 21 5 5 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 2 .381 .273 2011 Delmarva .316 51 212 45 67 12 3 8 34 1 3 2 20 0 32 6 4 13 .514 .376 Frederick .271 77 299 37 81 12 2 5 37 4 0 4 22 1 44 6 3 4 .375 .329 2012 Bowie .245 124 485 68 119 24 1 14 56 6 5 9 50 1 103 5 3 12 .386 .324 2013 Gulf Coast .360 8 25 9 9 2 0 3 9 0 1 0 6 0 6 0 0 2 .800 .469 Aberdeen .571 3 14 3 8 1 0 2 9 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1.071 .600 Norfolk .256 70 270 30 69 11 0 9 34 0 1 5 13 1 55 1 2 7 .396 .301 BALTIMORE .286 5 14 5 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 .500 .333 2014 BALTIMORE .209 137 455 48 95 18 0 16 45 5 0 8 13 0 122 2 0 12 .354 .244 2015 Frederick .333 2 9 2 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 .667 .333 Bowie .240 7 25 3 6 2 0 3 6 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 .680 .269 BALTIMORE .279 86 305 34 85 17 0 15 39 1 2 4 9 0 79 2 0 9 .482 .306 Minor Lg. Totals .268 472 1800 257 483 89 10 50 256 20 13 27 157 4 314 30 17 53 .412 .334 BALTIMORE Totals .238 228 774 87 184 35 0 32 85 6 2 12 23 0 203 4 0 23 .407 .270 American League .238 228 774 87 184 35 0 32 85 6 2 12 23 0 203 4 0 23 .407 .270 ML Totals .238 228 774 87 184 35 0 32 85 6 2 12 23 0 203 4 0 23 .407 .270 1- Signed by the Orioles as a non-drafted free agent on August 20, 2008 DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2014 BAL vs. DET .300 3 10 2 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 .400 .364 Totals .300 3 10 2 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 .400 .364

MINOR LEAGUES

CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2014 BAL vs. KC .091 4 11 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 .091 .231 Totals .091 4 11 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 .091 .231

RECORDS & HISTORY

WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2013 Netherlands .214 8 28 3 6 1 0 2 6 - - - 3 - 8 0 1 - .464 .313 Totals .214 8 28 3 6 1 0 2 6 - - - 3 - 8 0 1 - .464 .313 FIELDING 2B PCT G PO A E DP 2013 .952 4 8 12 1 4 2014 .987 123 206 338 7 89 2015 .982 84 145 235 7 50 Totals .984 211 359 585 15 143

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FULL NAME: Christopher Steven Tillman BORN: April 15, 1988

OPENING DAY AGE: 27

BIRTHPLACE: Anaheim, CA

RESIDES: Sarasota, FL

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CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Tied for the Major League lead with a career-high 34 starts, also posting a career-high 207.1 innings and 21 Quality Starts...Recorded consecutive 200-inning seasons, the first Oriole since to do so since Jeremy Guthrie turned in three straight, 2009-11...His 38 wins since 2012 were tied for 11th in the AL and his 3.42 ERA in that time was 15th...Allowed a total of two stolen bases since the beginning of 2013, tied for the fewest in the majors from 2013-14 (min. 200 IP)...Opposing runners were just 2-for13 (84.6% caught) attempting to steal against him in that time...Made his first career Opening Day start on 3/31 vs. BOS (ND, 5.0 IP, 7 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K, 1 HR)...Posted a 2.54 ERA (32 ER/113.1 IP) in 18 starts at Oriole Park, the second-best single-season mark in park history (RHP Bud Norris, 2.44 also in 2014)...Allowed three earned runs or fewer in 20 straight starts, 6/10-9/20, tied for the second-longest streak in club history with Steve Barber (1965-66)...Pitched to a 2.21 ERA (32 ER/130.1 IP) over those 20 starts...Went 6-1 with a 2.33 ERA (23 ER/89.0 IP) in 14 starts after the All-Star break...Finished the season tied for the secondbest single-season road winning percentage by an Oriole (.889; 8-1)...Went undefeated in his first 15 road starts of the season until taking the loss on 9/26 at TOR...Posted his first career shutout on 5/16 at KC (5 H, 1 BB, 3 K)...Struck out career-high tying nine on 8/19 at CWS (8.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 1 HR)...Pitched 5.0 innings or more in 31 of his 34 starts (1.0 IP on 5/21 at PIT and 6/5 at TEX and 4.2 IP on 5/1 vs. PIT-G2)...Allowed 21 runs in the first inning, his most in any frame (17 in the second, 14 in

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Became the 16th Orioles pitcher (since 1954) to record at least three seasons of 30 or more starts and 10 or more wins in the same season • Started Opening Day (4/6 at TB) and the regular-season finale (10/4 vs. NYY) • Finished the 2015 campaign with an individual record of .500 (11-11), the fourth consecutive season he posted a record of at least .500 (9-3 in 2012, 16-7 in 2013, 13-6 in 2014) • Logged a career-high tying seven-game winning streak from 6/5-8/17...During the 12-start stretch in which he did not lose, he went 7-0 with a 3.47 ERA (27 ER/70.0 IP) and eight Quality Starts, while the Orioles went 9-3...His seven wins in that span ranked tied for fifth in the AL • Came within one out of a complete game in the Orioles 2-0 home win on 7/29 vs. ATL...In his previous two outings, he allowed one hit in 8.0 scoreless innings (7/18 at DET) and two hits and one run over 7.0 innings (7/24 at TB)...According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the only other Orioles pitchers to go at least 7.0 innings while allowing four or fewer hits and one or fewer runs in three straight starts (since 1954) are LHP Steve Barber (August 1965), RHP Jim Palmer (April 1977), and LHP Erik Bedard (July 2007) • Collected a season-high eight strikeouts and allowed one hit, one walk, and a wild pitch over 8.0 innings in a win on 7/18 vs. DET...It marked his sixth career outing in which he allowed one hit or fewer, snapping a 24-game stretch in which he did not record 8.0 innings since 8/19/14 at CWS, when he struck out a career-high nine batters over 8.0 innings • Won his 50th career game on 6/16 vs. PHI (6.0 IP, 4 H, 3 ER, 3 BB, 3 K, 1 HR)...He currently ranks 18th on the Orioles all-time wins list (since 1954) with 56, trailing RHP Ben McDonald (58 wins) for 17th on the list • Struck out a season-high eight batters on 7/18 at DET • The Orioles scored two runs or fewer in support of Tillman in 17 of his 31 starts (4.89 RSA)...He received 17 runs of support during his 6/16 start vs. PHI, the most he’s received in a start during his career • Went 4-8 with a 6.83 ERA (63 ER/83.0 IP) in 16 starts against AL East opponents • In 16 home starts, went 6-6 with a 4.71 ERA (49 ER/93.2 IP) and eight Quality Starts…In 15 road starts, went 5-5 with a 5.33 ERA (47 ER/79.1 IP) and six Quality Starts • His 11 losses were a single-season, career-high...He suffered a career-high six-game losing streak from 4/23-5/31, during which he went 0-6 with a 6.10 ERA (26 ER/38.1 IP)

RECORDS & HISTORY

LONGEST OUTING: 9.0 innings, 5/16/14 at KC…LOW-HITTER (CG): 5, 5/16/14 vs. KC…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 9, five times, last: 8/19/14 vs. CWS…WALK HIGH: 6, twice, last: 9/19/10 vs. NYY…HR ALLOWED: 4, 5/29/13 vs. WAS… WINNING STREAK: 7 games, twice, last: 6/5-8/17/15…LOSING STREAK: 6 games, 4/23-5/31/15.

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ACQUIRED: By the Orioles from Seattle along with OF Adam Jones, RHP Kameron Mickolio, LHP George Sherrill, and LHP Tony Butler in exchange for LHP Erik Bedard on February 8, 2008.

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strikeouts, the most by an Oriole since Erik Bedard in 2007 (20)…The Orioles won 13 of his 14 starts from 5/24-8/9 (he was 11-1)…With his 13th win on 7/26 vs. BOS, improved his record to 13-3, making him the first Orioles pitcher to be 10-plus games over .500 at any point in the season since Mike Mussina in 1999…Had a careerhigh seven-game winning streak from 5/24-6/30, going 7-0 with a 3.86 ERA (20 ER/46.2 IP) over eight starts…Became the first Oriole to win 16 since Mike Mussina won 18 in 1999…Was the first Oriole to win 15 or more games before September since Mike Mussina in 1999…Struck out eight or more in seven of his last 13 starts from 7/26 through the end of the season…Struck out a career-high nine on 8/9 at SF and matched it on 8/24 vs. OAK, 9/9 vs. NYY, and 9/24 vs. TOR…Was 8-3 with a 4.03 ERA (49 ER/109.1 IP) and 12 Quality Starts at home and 8-4 with a 3.34 ERA (36 ER/97.0 IP) and nine Quality Starts on the road… All three home losses were to Tampa Bay…Recorded eight road wins, tied for sixth-most in the AL…Since the start of the 2000 season, only two Orioles pitchers had recorded more road wins in a season: Daniel Cabrera (nine in 2004) and Rodrigo Lopez (nine in 2005)…Allowed 24 of his 33 home runs at home…At the time became the fifth Orioles pitcher since 2001 to work 200 or more innings in a season, joining Sidney Ponson (2004), Rodrigo Lopez (2005), Daniel Cabrera (2007), and Jeremy Guthrie (2009-11)…His 200-plus innings marked the 112th 200-plus inning season in club history…Became the fifth right-hander in club history to win 16 or more games and strike out 179 or more in a season, joining Jim Palmer (five, 1970-72, 1975, 1977), Mike Mussina (1996), Pat Dobson (1971), and Scott Erickson (1998)…Over his last 22 starts (since 6/4), went 12-5 with a 3.46 ERA (55 ER/143.0 IP) and 15 Quality Starts and 25 of the 56 runs he allowed in those 22 starts scored on homers (13 solo and six two-run shots)…In a span of 17 starts against non-AL East foes from 8/16/12-8/29/13, Tillman did not lose a decision, going 4-0 in five starts against the AL Central, 7-0 in eight starts against the AL West and did not have a decision against the NL in four starts (the streak was snapped at Cleveland on 9/3)...The streak was the longest in Orioles history dating back to 1969…Won six straight home starts from 6/14-8/2 and since 1980, only Steve Stone (eight from 6/17-8/14/80) and Mike Mussina (seven from 5/7-7/3/95) won more consecutive games at home for the Orioles. 2012: Began the season with Triple-A Norfolk where he spent the first half, except for one start on 7/4 at SEA…Set then career-highs in wins (9), ERA (2.93), starts (15), innings (86.0), strikeouts (66), K/9 (6.9), K/BB (2.75), and Quality Starts (nine) for the Orioles despite being on the roster for half the season…Made first start of the season for the Orioles on 7/4 at SEA, earning the win with a season-high tying seven strikeouts in a then-career-long 8.1 innings…Optioned to Double-A Bowie on 7/9 vs. Akron before being recalled to the Orioles for the remainder of the season…Went 8-3 with a 3.24 ERA (28 ER/77.2 IP) in 14 starts after the All-Star break for the Orioles…Won then-career-high four straight games, 7/21-8/6, the first time he won consecutive decisions in his career…Went 5.0 or more innings in 12 of his 15 starts with the Orioles…Held right-handed hitters to a .192 average (23-for-120) but allowed a lower OPS to lefties (.601 vs. .701)…Held hitters to a line of .189/.250/.283 in 61 plate appearances with RISP…Went 5.0 or more innings in 13 of his 15 starts with the Tides, leading the club in wins (eight) and finishing second in strikeouts (92) despite pitching 89.1 innings. 2011: Had two stints with the Orioles, beginning of the season-5/29, 7/30, and 8/6-11…Went 3-5 with a 5.52 ERA (38 ER/62.0 IP) in 13 starts for the Orioles…Tossed 6.0 no-hit innings (three walks, five strikeouts) in first start of the season on 4/2 at TB (ND)…Was 2-3 with a 4.69 ERA (25 ER/48.0 IP) in his first 10 starts, 4/2-5/27…Struck out a season-high six in 4.1 innings on 7/30 at NYY (G1)…Pitched a season-high 7.0 innings, allowing two earned runs and earned the victory vs. TOR on 8/6…Made 15 starts for Triple-A Norfolk, going 3-6 with a 5.19 ERA (44 ER/76.1 IP)…Pitched to a 4.01 ERA (30 ER/67.1 IP) in 13 night games and a 14.00 ERA (14 ER/9.0 IP) in two day games…Was 3-2 with a 4.30 ERA (18 ER/37.2 IP) before the Triple-A All-Star break and 0-4 with a 6.05 ERA in the second half…Struck out season-high 11 on 8/17 vs. Charlotte. 2010: Had three stints in the Major Leagues (5/29-6/22, 7/10-20, and 9/5-end of season)…Began the season with Triple-A Norfolk and went 5-4 with a 3.12 ERA (20 ER/57.2 IP) in 10 starts (walked 12 and struck out 47)…Fired a 9.0-inning no-hitter for Norfolk on 4/28 at Gwinnett (Braves) as he walked one and struck out six…It was the first 9.0-inning no-hitter by an Orioles Triple-A farmhand since 4/20/74, when Rochester’s Wayne Garland no-hit Charleston in a 5-0 win…Was named IL Pitcher of the Week for the week ending 5/1 after his 9.0 inning no-hitter against Gwinnett…Was recalled by Baltimore on 5/29 and was 0-3 with a 8.40 ERA (14 ER/15.0 IP) in four starts before being optioned back to Norfolk on 6/24…Was named to the International League All-Star team, but did not participate in the game due to his promotion to Baltimore…Went 3-0 with a 1.74 ERA (4 ER/20.2 IP) in three starts for Norfolk, 6/24-7/5…Was recalled by Baltimore on 7/10 and beat Cliff Lee (making his first start for Rangers) by allowing an unearned run in 7.1 innings of work on two hits and did not allow a hit until there was one out in the seventh inning (was the first time an Orioles starter had gone as many as 7.1 innings and allowed two or fewer hits since Chris Waters on 8/5/08 at LAA)…His 7/10 win snapped a then-career-high five-game losing streak…Lost his next start for Baltimore (7/19) following the 7/10 outing and was optioned back to Norfolk…Was 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2), shutouts (first, 2), and WHIP (tied for ninth, 1.24) at the time of his final promotion to Baltimore on 9/5…Became the first Tides pitcher to toss two 9.0-inning shutouts in the same season since Brian Bohanon accomplished the feat during the 1997 season, and Norfolk had not had a pitcher toss two shutouts (either seven innings or nine innings) in the same year since Dicky Gonzalez tossed two 7.0-inning shutouts during the 2001 season…Led the Tides with 11 wins and was second in strikeouts (94) and ERA (3.34) among those who made at least 12 starts with the club. 2009: Made his Major League debut on 7/29 vs. KC…At 21 years, 106 days old, became the youngest Oriole to make his Major League debut since Hayden Penn on 5/28/05 (20.228)…Was the fifth (of six) Orioles starting pitchers to make his Major League debut, joining Brad Bergesen, Jason Berken, David Hernandez, Brian Matusz, and Koji Uehara (was the only pitcher in that group not to win his Major League debut)…The Orioles scored two or fewer runs while he was in the game in nine of his 12 starts… Received three or fewer runs of support in seven of his 12 starts…Received six runs of support in four starts combined, 8/19-9/4 (the Orioles scored just three runs while he was in the game)…Recorded his first Major League win on 8/14 vs. LAA (6.2 IP, 7 H, 4 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 3 K, 1 HR)…Struck out KC’s Mike Jacobs for his first Major League strikeout on 7/29…Allowed three home runs in 4.2 innings on 7/29 to become the first Oriole to allow three homers in his Major League debut since John Stephens on 7/30/02 at TB…A late Orioles rally took him off the hook for the loss…Started for the U.S. Team in the MLB Futures Game on 7/12 in STL, (1.0 IP, 2 H, 2 R)…Elected to the Triple-A All-Star Game, but did not pitch due to his participation in the Futures Game…Was named the Orioles Minor League Pitcher of the Month and Norfolk Pitcher of the Month for April (1.29 ERA, 14.0 IP, 15 K)…Did not allow a hit in his Triple-A debut on 4/13, tossing 4.0-shutout innings while striking out five at Charlotte…Earned his first Triple-A victory on 4/24 vs. Durham, allowing just three hits in 6.0-shutout innings…Struck out a season-high 10 batters in 6.0 innings on 5/12 at Syracuse…Left his start on 5/23 after 2.0 innings due to tightness in his groin and missed his next start before rejoining the rotation on 6/2…Was 4-0 with a 2.63 ERA (7 ER/24.0 IP) in five May starts…Finished 0-5 in June despite posting a 3.89 ERA (15 ER/34.2 IP) in six starts…Was 3-1 with a 1.88 ERA (5 ER/24.0 IP) with 24 strikeouts, five walks, and 23 hits allowed in four July starts…At the time of his promotion, ranked seventh in the IL with a 2.70 ERA and fourth with 99 strikeouts…Held opposing batters to a .232 average in 18 starts…Norfolk was 11-7 in his starts, and the Tides averaged 6.9 runs a game in his wins (76 runs, 11 starts) and 1.6 runs a game in his losses (11 runs, seven starts)…Finished second on the Tides with 99 strikeouts…Entered 2009 as the Orioles second-best prospect (behind Matt Wieters) according to Baseball America…Attended spring training with the Orioles and appeared in two games, posting a 2.25 ERA (1 ER/4.0 IP). 2008: Spent the season with Double-A Bowie and went 11-4 with a 3.18 ERA (48 ER/135.2 IP) and 154 strikeouts in 28 starts… Finished fifth in the league in ERA (3.18) and second in strikeouts (154)…Went 7-3 with a 2.94 ERA (29 ER/88.2 IP) before the All-Star break and 4-1 with a 3.64 ERA (19 ER/47.0 IP) in the second half…Had 10 Quality Starts, including five straight (8/4-26), posting a 1.80 ERA (7 ER/35.0 IP) in six starts that month…Allowed three earned runs or less in 25 of his 28 starts…Struck out a season-high 11 batters on 8/4 vs. Binghamton…Named to the 2008 Northeast Delta Dental Southern Division All-Star Team… Named Organizational Pitcher of the Month for May (4-0, 2.53 ERA in six starts) and August (4-1, 1.80 ERA in six starts)…Named to the Bank of America Second Team All-Star Team. 2007: Was named Seattle’s Minor League Pitcher of the Year after combining to go 7-11 with a 4.84 ERA in 28 starts at the Class-A level between Wisconsin and High Desert…Tossed 135.2 innings and struck out 139 batters…Was rated as the Mariners second-best prospect by Baseball America and as having the best curveball in the organization…Began the season with Wisconsin, making eight starts…Picked up his only win with the Timber Rattlers, allowing three runs (2 ER) on three hits in 6.0 innings on 4/23 at West Michigan…Limited opponents to a .238 average while at Wisconsin, including a .217 (15-for-69) clip vs. right-handed batters…Was promoted to High Desert on 5/23…Led the Mavericks with 105 strikeouts and tied for the team lead with six wins…Struck out nine batters in 4.0 innings on 7/17 vs. Modesto…Tied a High Desert team record with 13 strikeouts in 6.0 innings and became the first pitcher in team history to record that many strikeouts at home as part of a 2-1 win vs. Rancho Cucamonga on 8/29…Went 4-0 with a 1.82 ERA (7 ER/24.2 IP) in six starts in August…Allowed three runs or less in 14 starts. 2006: Combined to go 3-3 with a 5.28 ERA (18 ER/30.2 IP) in 10 games between Rookie-level Peoria and Short-Season A Everett in his first professional season…Began his professional career with Peoria, appearing in five games in relief…Earned his first career save, tossing 4.0 innings and allowing one earned run on four hits on 8/6 vs. the Royals…Was promoted to Everett on 8/8…Allowed one hit in 6.0 innings while striking out a season-high 10 batters in his lone Everett win on 8/17 vs. Yakima…Struck out nine batters in 5.0 innings on 9/2 vs. Vancouver…Participated in the Mariners Arizona Instructional League. PERSONAL: Originally selected by Seattle in the second round (No. 49 overall) of the 2006 First Year Player Draft…Graduated from Fountain Valley High School (CA)…Married, wife’s name is Christina.

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2006 AZL Mariners-1 2 0 0.82 5 0 0 0 1 11.0 9 4 1 0 1 5 0 16 1 0 Everett 1 3 7.78 5 5 0 0 0 19.2 25 17 17 4 3 15 0 29 3 0 2007 Wisconsin 1 4 3.55 8 8 0 0 0 33.0 31 21 13 1 1 13 0 34 3 1 High Desert 6 7 5.26 20 20 0 0 0 102.2 107 79 60 12 12 48 0 105 13 0 2008 Bowie-2 11 4 3.18 28 28 0 0 0 135.2 115 53 48 10 4 65 1 154 10 0 2009 Norfolk 8 6 2.70 18 18 0 0 0 96.2 85 36 29 5 4 26 1 99 6 2 BALTIMORE 2 5 5.40 12 12 0 0 0 65.0 77 40 39 15 2 24 1 39 4 0 2010 Norfolk 11 7 3.34 21 21 2 2 0 121.1 120 50 45 10 2 30 0 94 8 1 BALTIMORE 2 5 5.87 11 11 0 0 0 53.2 51 37 35 9 1 31 1 31 2 0 2011 Norfolk 3 6 5.19 15 15 0 0 0 76.1 77 50 44 17 2 38 0 54 4 0 BALTIMORE 3 5 5.52 13 13 0 0 0 62.0 77 41 38 5 4 25 0 46 1 1 2012 Bowie 0 1 8.10 1 1 0 0 0 3.1 4 3 3 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 Norfolk 8 8 3.63 16 15 1 0 0 89.1 85 36 36 5 3 30 0 92 1 0 BALTIMORE 9 3 2.93 15 15 0 0 0 86.0 66 38 28 12 1 24 0 66 5 0 2013 BALTIMORE 16 7 3.71 33 33 1 0 0 206.1 184 87 85 33 3 68 2 179 6 1 2014 BALTIMORE 13 6 3.34 34 34 1 1 0 207.1 189 83 77 21 4 66 1 150 8 0 2015 BALTIMORE 11 11 4.99 31 31 0 0 0 173.0 176 97 96 20 5 64 1 120 4 0 Minor Lg. Totals 51 46 3.87 137 131 3 2 1 689.0 658 349 296 64 32 272 2 679 50 4 BALTIMORE Totals 56 42 4.20 149 149 2 1 0 853.1 820 423 398 115 20 302 6 631 30 2 American League 56 42 4.20 149 149 2 1 0 853.1 820 423 398 115 20 302 6 631 30 2 ML Totals 56 42 4.20 149 149 2 1 0 853.1 820 423 398 115 20 302 6 631 30 2 1- Selected by Seattle in the second round of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by the Orioles with LHP Tony Butler, OF Adam Jones, RHP Kam Mickolio, and LHP George Sherrill from Seattle in exchange for LHP Erik Bedard on February 8, 2008

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DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2014 BAL vs. DET 1 0 3.60 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 4 2 2 2 0 1 0 6 0 0 Totals 1 0 3.60 1 1 0 0 0 5.0 4 2 2 2 0 1 0 6 0 0

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CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2014 BAL vs. KC 0 0 10.38 1 1 0 0 0 4.1 7 5 5 1 0 2 0 3 0 0 Totals 0 0 10.38 1 1 0 0 0 4.1 7 5 5 1 0 2 0 3 0 0 ALL-STAR YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2013 AL at NYM - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Totals - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

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AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .000 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 .000 .000

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FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2009 1.000 12 3 3 0 0 2010 .929 11 7 6 1 1 2011 1.000 13 4 4 0 0 2012 .900 15 2 7 1 0 2013 1.000 33 8 18 0 1 2014 .935 34 10 19 2 0 2015 .962 31 7 18 1 0 Totals .959 149 41 75 5 2

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FULL NAME: Andrew Austin Triggs BORN: March 16, 1989

OPENING DAY AGE: 27

BIRTHPLACE: Nashville, TN

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2012 Idaho Falls-1 0 0 2.45 2 0 0 0 0 3.2 4 2 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 Kane County 1 1 1.70 20 0 0 0 4 42.1 31 13 8 2 1 9 0 48 0 0 2013 Wilmington 5 3 2.54 39 0 0 0 9 60.1 58 29 17 1 7 12 1 63 6 2 NW Arkansas 1 0 0.00 4 0 0 0 0 6.2 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 10 0 0 2014 NW Arkansas 4 3 2.93 43 1 0 0 19 61.1 55 28 20 4 5 16 1 38 2 0 Omaha 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 1 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2015 Bowie-2 0 2 1.03 43 0 0 0 17 61.0 42 9 7 0 7 11 1 70 6 0 Minor Lg. Totals 11 9 2.02 152 1 0 0 50 236.0 192 81 53 7 20 51 4 232 14 2

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1- Selected by Kansas City in the 19th round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by the Orioles from Kansas City in exchange for cash considerations on April 4, 2015

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2014: Named a mid-season All-Star for Double-A Northwest Arkansas and named a Texas League All-Star...Led the Texas League in saves (19), was second in games finished (32), finished fourth in lowest walks per 9.0 IP (2.20), and finished fifth in fewest baserunners per 9.0 IP (11.46)...Made the first start of his professional career on 5/18 vs. Tulsa and logged a seasonhigh 4.0 IP (2 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 2 K)...Posted a nine-game (15.0 IP) scoreless streak from 4/21-5/15...Converted a career-high five consecutive save opportunities from 7/23-8/3. 2013: Finished fifth in the Carolina League in saves (nine) and fourth in strikeouts per 9.0 IP (9.40)...Posted a 1.86 ERA in 19 home games...Went 3-0 with two saves and a 0.57 ERA (1 ER/15.2 IP) over 10 games in July. 2012: Made his first professional appearance on 6/20 vs. Orem, tossing 1.0 scoreless inning...Earned his first professional win on 6/29 against Burlington after logging 5.0 innings without allowing an earned run...Struck out a career-high six batters over 2.0 innings on 8/2 vs. Beloit...Posted a five-game (10.0 IP) scoreless streak from 8/11-27, while recording four saves and 14 strikeouts during that five-game stretch. PERSONAL: Graduated from Nashville’s Montgomery Bell High School in 2007...Earned a degree in political science at the University of Southern California in 2011...Spent the 2011-12 academic year in the university’s MBA program...At USC, he earned conference All-Academic honors each season from 2009-12 and was named the 2012 Pac-12 Baseball Spring Scholar-Athlete of the Year...Posted a 3.96 ERA as a redshirt freshman in 2009, earning Pac-10 honorable mention status...Was the team’s No. 1 pitcher in the rotation in 2010...Was previously selected by Cleveland in the 24th round of the 2010 Draft and by San Francisco in the 21st round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign...Selected in the 19th round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft by the Kansas City Royals...Signed by Royals scout Rich Amaral.

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• Led the Baysox with 17 saves and 43 appearances...Converted all 17 of his save opportunities • Was among the Eastern League leaders in lowest opponents batting average (fourth, .196), strikeouts per 9.0 IP (fifth, 10.33), lowest walks per 9.0 IP (first, 1.48), and fewest baserunners per 9.0 IP (second, 8.85) among qualifying relievers • Posted a career-high 16-game (17.2 IP) scoreless streak from 5/26-7/28 with 10 saves in that span • Held right-handed batters to a .184 batting average (25-for-136), while left-handed batters hit .218 (17-for-78) against him • In 25 home games, logged a 0.51 ERA (2 ER/35.1 IP) and struck out 47 batters in those games • Enters 2016 ranked as the No. 28 Orioles prospect according to MLB.com • Finished Game 5 of the Eastern League Championship Series, tossing a scoreless ninth inning as Bowie defeated Reading for the title

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ACQUIRED: By the Orioles from Kansas City in exchange for cash considerations on April 4, 2015.

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FULL NAME: Mark Daniel Trumbo BORN: January 16, 1986

OPENING DAY AGE: 30

BIRTHPLACE: Anaheim, CA

RESIDES: Orange, CA

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 5.027 ACQUIRED: By the Orioles from Seattle along with LHP C.J. Riefenhauser in exchange for C Steve Clevenger on December 2, 2015.

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HITS: 5, 9/10/13 at TOR…RUNS: 5, 9/10/13 at TOR…DOUBLES: 3, 9/10/13 at TOR…TRIPLES: 1, 10 times, last: 4/28/15 vs. COL…HR: 2, seven times, last: 8/31/15 at HOU…RBI: 6, 6/10/12 at COL…WALKS: 2, 20 times, last: 5/27/15 at STL… SB: 1, 20 times, last: 8/14/14 at MIA…HITTING STREAK: 12 games, 8/29-9/10/15…WALK-OFF HOME RUNS: 4, last: 4/21/13 vs. DET off Phil Coke…GRAND SLAMS: 2, last: 9/15/14 vs. SF off Ryan Vogelsong

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• Appeared in 46 games with Arizona and 96 games with Seattle • Traded from the Diamondbacks to the Mariners in a six-player deal on 6/3 • Collected a season-high tying four hits (including a triple and homer) and four RBI on 4/28 vs. COL • Recorded an outfield assist in consecutive games, 6/26-27 at LAA • Recorded two multi-home run performances (5/12 vs. WAS and 8/31 at HOU) • Logged a season-high 12-game hitting streak (.375, 18-for-48) with two doubles, four home runs, 11 RBI, and eight runs scored from 8/29-9/10 • Batted .289/.330/.526 (50-for-173) with six doubles, a triple, and 11 home runs against left-handers • In 66 games following the All-Star break, batted .284/.343/.472 (65-for-229) with 10 doubles, 11 home runs, and 32 RBI • Hit .318 (27-for-85) in 25 July games and .315 (28-for-89) in 26 September games • It was the fourth season of his Major League career in which he slugged at least 20 home runs

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2014: Finished second on the team with 14 home runs and third with 61 RBI in his first season with Arizona, batting .235 (77-for-328) over 88 games...Averaged a career-best 5.38 at-bats per RBI, down from 6.20 in 2013...His 4.07 (4.13 in ‘15) plate appearances-per-strikeout ratio was his best at the time (4.78)...Appeared in 43 games at first base and 41 in left field...Of his 61 RBI, 42 came after the All-Star break, tied for eighth most in the NL (also Giancarlo Stanton)...On 15-day disabled list from 4/227/11 with a stress fracture in his left foot...Totaled 10 homers and 41 RBI vs. NL West opponents...Those 41 RBI were fourth most in the majors...Tied a club record by homering in four straight games from 4/3-6 for the second time in his career...Set a career high with seven home runs in March/April, tied for the most by a D-back since Chris Young in 2011...Hit his first home run with the D-backs on 3/23 vs. LAD at Sydney Cricket Ground...Collected his 100th career home run on 4/6 at COL and his 300th career RBI on 4/13 vs. LAD...Reached base safely in 17 straight games from 8/20-9/7, the longest single-season streak of his career...His 22 RBI in September were his second-most in a single month (27 in June 2012). 2013: Established career highs in homers, RBI and games played in his third season, hitting .234 (145-for-620) with 34 homers and 100 RBI in 159 games...His 159 games were the most by an Angel since Garret Anderson in 2003 (also 159)...Became the sixth Angel with 30 home runs and 100 RBI in a season before turning 28, joining Wally Joyner, Tim Salmon, Jim Edmonds, Troy Glaus, and Kendry Morales...Ranked among AL leaders in homers (tied for fourth) and RBI (eighth)...Hit at least 20 first-half home runs for second straight season, the third Angel to accomplish the feat (also Joyner in 1986-87 and Leon Wagner in 1962-63)...Reached base safely in 23 straight games to start a season, the third-longest streak in franchise history...Went 5-for-5 with three doubles, a home run, and five runs scored on 9/10 at TOR, becoming the first player in club history with at least five hits and five runs in a game...Was the first player with five hits and five runs since PIT’s Andrew McCutchen on 5/10/10 at CHC...Tied a franchise record with five runs scored (third time) and four extra-base hits (10th)…Traded to D-backs along with RHP A.J. Schugel as part of a three-team trade on 12/10...OF Brandon Jacobs was traded to D-backs from White Sox...OF Adam Eaton was traded to White Sox from D-backs...LHP Tyler Skaggs was traded to Angels from D-backs...LHP Hector Santiago was traded to Angels from White Sox. 2012: Hit .268 (146-for-544) with 19 doubles, 32 home runs, and 95 RBI in second season with the Angels...Led the club in homers and finished second in RBI to Albert Pujols (105)...Named to his first AL All-Star Team, going 0-for-2 with two strikeouts... Participated in the Home Run Derby, hitting a total of 13 homers and finished third overall...Ranked among AL leaders in home runs (tied for 10th)...His 22 homers in the first half was fourth best in club history behind Anderson (26 in 2000), Glaus (25 in 2000), Mo Vaughn (23 in 2000), and Don Baylor (23 in 1979)...Was one of three players from 2009-12 to hit at least 30 home runs in his second season (also Evan Longoria in 2009 and Giancarlo Stanton in 2011)...Started at five different positions in five straight games from 4/19-24 (4/19-DH, 4/20-LF, 4/21-3B, 4/22-1B, 4/24-RF)...Tied a club record with six home runs vs. NYY (also Brian 2016 ORIOLES MEDIA GUIDE

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1B PCT G PO A E DP 2010 1.000 6 38 4 0 5 2011 .993 149 1281 93 10 117 2012 1.000 21 145 5 0 8 2013 .992 123 915 79 8 87 2014 .992 43 363 18 3 42 2015 .994 23 155 8 1 13 Totals .993 365 2897 207 22 272

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3B PCT G PO A E DP 2012 .714 8 5 5 4 0 2013 .--- 1 0 0 0 0 Totals .714 9 5 5 4 0

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2005 Orem-1 .274 71 299 45 82 23 1 10 45 0 2 1 21 4 67 2 2 2 .458 .322 2006 Cedar Rapids .220 118 428 43 94 19 0 13 59 0 7 3 44 1 99 5 5 8 .355 .293 2007 Cedar Rapids .272 128 471 57 128 27 2 14 76 0 5 6 34 1 98 10 8 15 .427 .326 2008 Rancho Cucamonga .283 103 407 70 115 28 2 26 68 0 2 3 26 4 67 7 3 12 .553 .329 Arkansas .276 32 123 13 34 7 1 6 25 2 2 0 7 0 29 1 2 5 .496 .311 2009 Arkansas .291 137 533 54 155 35 3 15 88 2 8 1 37 2 100 6 3 22 .452 .333 2010 Salt Lake .301 139 532 103 160 29 5 36 122 0 4 1 58 8 126 3 4 12 .577 .368 LOS ANGELES .067 8 15 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 0 .067 .125 2011 LOS ANGELES .254 149 539 65 137 31 1 29 87 0 4 5 25 6 120 9 4 17 .477 .291 2012 LOS ANGELES .268 144 544 66 146 19 3 32 95 0 2 4 36 3 153 4 5 12 .491 .317 2013 LOS ANGELES .234 159 620 85 145 30 2 34 100 0 4 0 54 6 184 5 2 18 .453 .294 2014 AZL Diamondbacks-2 .462 4 13 5 6 1 0 2 6 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 1.000 .500 Reno .455 3 11 6 5 0 0 3 6 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1.273 .500 ARIZONA .235 88 328 37 77 15 1 14 61 0 5 1 28 3 89 2 3 8 .415 .293 2015 ARIZONA .259 46 174 23 45 10 3 9 23 0 0 0 10 0 39 0 0 4 .506 .299 SEATTLE-3 .263 96 334 39 88 13 0 13 41 0 1 0 26 1 93 0 0 8 .419 .316 Minor Lg. Totals .277 735 2817 396 779 169 14 125 495 4 30 15 229 21 591 34 27 77 .480 .331 National League .243 134 502 60 122 25 4 23 84 0 5 1 38 3 128 2 3 12 .446 .295 American League .252 556 2052 257 517 93 6 108 325 0 11 9 142 16 558 18 11 55 .461 .302 ML Totals .250 690 2554 317 639 118 10 131 409 0 16 10 180 19 686 20 14 67 .458 .300

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Downing in 1988 and Lee Thomas in 1962)...Homered in four straight games from 4/27-30, the first Angel to do so since Rex Hudler from 5/19-22/96...Homered in five-of-six games from 7/8-17...Established a monthly high with 27 RBI in June. 2011: Named The Sporting News AL Rookie of the Year and Players Choice Outstanding AL Rookie after batting .254 (137for-549) with 31 doubles, 29 home runs, and 87 RBI in 149 games...Finished second to Rays’ Jeremy Hellickson in the BBWAA Rookie of the Year balloting and was selected to the Topps All-Rookie Team...Voted by teammates as the Angels Most Valuable Player, only the third rookie to garner the honor (also Bobby Knoop in 1964 and Tim Salmon in 1993)...First Angel rookie to lead the team in home runs and RBI, and first in baseball since the Indians’ Jody Gerut in 2003...Led all rookies in the majors in home runs, extra-base hits (61), RBI and total bases (257)...Led AL rookies in doubles and slugging pct. (.477)...His 29 home runs were the most by an Angels rookie since Tim Salmon’s club-record 31 in 1993...Was the third Angel rookie with at least 25 home runs and 80 RBI, joining Salmon (1993) and Ken Hunt (1961)...Hit first homer on 9/12 vs. CLE off then-Fausto Carmona...Began the season ranked by Baseball America as the ninth-best prospect in the Angels organization. 2010: Named the Angels’ Minor League Player of the Year, batting .301 (160-for-532) with 29 doubles, 36 home runs, and 122 RBI with Triple-A Salt Lake...Led the minors and set a Salt Lake record in home runs...Led the Pacific Coast League in RBI and runs scored (103)...Selected to the PCL mid- and post-season All-Star Teams and named a Topps Triple-A All-Star...Made his Major League debut on 9/11 vs. SEA...Collected his first hit on 10/3 at TEX, a two-run single in the ninth inning on the final day of the season...Played with Magallanes in the Venezuelan Winter League and hit .336 with five home runs and 21 RBI in 28 games... Finished the season as Baseball America’s 20th-best prospect in the PCL. 2009: Named to the Texas League post-season All-Star Team after hitting .291 (155-for-533) with 35 doubles, 15 home runs and 88 RBI in 137 games with Arkansas...Ranked among TL leaders in doubles (third), hits (fourth), and total bases (fourth, 241)... Began the season ranked by Baseball America as the eighth-best prospect in the Angels organization. 2008: Combined to hit .281 (149-for-530) with 35 doubles, 32 home runs, and 93 RBI in 135 games with Class A-Advanced Rancho Cucamonga and Double-A Arkansas...Named to the California League post-season All-Star Team after batting .283 (115-for-407) with 26 homers and 68 RBI...Batted .292 (45-for-154) with one home run and 25 RBI in 35 games with Scottsdale in the Arizona Fall League. 2007: Appeared in 128 games with Class-A Cedar Rapids and batted .272 (128-for-471) with 14 home runs and 76 RBI. 2006: Spent the season with Cedar Rapids, hitting .220 (94-for-428) with 19 doubles, 13 homers, and 59 RBI in 118 games. 2005: Made his professional debut with Short-Season A Orem, batting .274 (82-for-299) with 23 doubles, 10 home runs, and 45 RBI in 71 games...Ranked among the Pioneer League leaders in doubles (tied for first), total bases (fifth, 137), and home runs (tied for eighth)...Finished the season as Baseball America’s 14th-best prospect in the PL. PERSONAL: Is a 2004 graduate of Villa Park (CA) High School...Earned high school All-America honors as a senior after hitting .425 and going 10-2 with a 2.20 ERA...Was named a second team All-American as a junior in 2004...Committed to play baseball at the University of Southern California before signing with the Angels...Selected by the Angels in the 18th round of the 2004 FirstYear Player Draft…Signed by Angels scout Tim Corcoran.

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FULL NAME: Henry Alexander Urrutia BORN: February 13, 1987

OPENING DAY AGE: 29

BIRTHPLACE: Las Tunas, Cuba

RESIDES: Sarasota, FL

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MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.084 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a non-drafted free agent on July 11, 2012.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS HITS: 3, 7/22/13 at KC…RUNS: 2, twice, last: 8/16/15 vs. OAK…DOUBLES: 1, 8/22/15 vs. MIN…TRIPLES: 1, 7/25/13 at KC…HOME RUNS: 1, 8/19/15 vs. NYM…RBI: 3, 8/16/15 vs. OAK…HITTING STREAK: 5 games, 8/18-23/15…WALKOFF HOME RUNS: 1, 8/19/15 vs. NYM off Carlos Torres.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Batted .291/.345/.409 in 115 games with Triple-A Norfolk • His .291 average ranked fourth among all Orioles minor leaguers and 10th in the International League • Set career-highs in games played (115), walks (40), doubles (22), home runs (10), and RBI (53) with the Tides • Was recalled from Norfolk on 8/15 • At the time of recall, ranked fourth in the International League with 126 hits and ninth with a .292 batting average • In 10 games with the Orioles, batted .265/.306/.382 with a double, a home run, and six RBI • Collected a career-high three RBI on 8/16 vs. OAK, going 2-for-5 with two runs scored • Became the fifth Oriole in club history to hit a walk-off homer for his first Major League home run, 8/19 vs. NYM (also, C. Hoiles, 1990; D. Criscione, 1977; J. Hardin, 1969; Merv Rettenmund, 1968) • Registered his first career outfield assist on 8/20 vs. MIN • Hit .305 (99-for-325) with seven homers and 39 RBI against right-handers with the Tides • Posted a season-high 10-game hitting streak, 6/26-7/8 • Slugged a two-out, two-run, walk-off home run to give Norfolk a 6-5 victory on 5/28 vs. Syracuse • Following the Triple-A All-Star break, batted .311/.358/.470 (41-for-132) • Batted .340 (34-for-100) with RISP for the Tides • Hit .298 (28-for-94) over 25 games in May and .319 (36-for-113) over 26 games in July

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Played 51 games with Triple-A Norfolk, batting .270/.284/.338 with 12 doubles, a triple, and 17 RBI...Placed on the disabled list, retroactive to 4/29, with an abdominal strain on 5/1...Batted .184 (9-for-49) over a 14-game stretch with the GCL Orioles, 7/5-24...Hit .310 (31-for-100) with four doubles, a triple, and nine RBI over 26 August games...Posted a .391 (18-for-46) clip when ahead in the count. 2013: Won the Brooks Robinson Minor League Player of the Year Award, hitting a combined .347/.406/.506 with 31 extra-base hits, 50 RBI, and 49 runs scored in 81 total games with Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Norfolk…Named Organizational Player of the Month for June (.425, four home runs, and 17 RBI) in 19 games with the Baysox…Played in the MLB All-Star Futures Game (went 0-for-3 for the World Team)…Named to the Eastern League mid-season All-Star team…Made his Major League debut on 7/20 at TEX, collecting his first Major League hit on a third-inning RBI-single…Collected career-high three hits on 7/22 at KC… Hit safely in four straight games, 7/24-27…Became the 12th Cuban-born player in Orioles history…Named to the Arizona Fall League Top Prospect Team as DH…Member of AFL champion Surprise Saguaros, collected single, double, and run scored in 2-0 championship game victory vs. Mesa…Ranked third in the league in batting (.377) and fifth in SLG (.551)…Had three hits, including a grand slam, at Salt River on 10/24…Named the Orioles seventh-best prospect by Baseball America following the season. PERSONAL: Signed by Orioles scout Fred Ferreira…Played for Las Tunas in the Cuban League from 2006-10…Batted .350 (394-for-1127) with 209 runs, 72 doubles, nine triples, 33 home runs, and 219 RBI in his age 19-23 seasons…Set career-highs in average (.397, 121-for-305), on-base percentage (.461), slugging percentage (.597), hits (121), doubles (23), home runs (12), and RBI (76) in 2010…Also represented Cuba in the 2010 World Championships…His uncle, Osmani Urrutia, played professionally in Cuba and won five consecutive batting titles…Was managed by his father when he played for Las Tunas…Did not play in 2011 due to a suspension after an unsuccessful attempt at defection…He established residency in Haiti after defecting from Cuba…Married, wife’s name is Suse…The couple has a son, Henry Alexander.

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2013 Bowie-1 .365 52 200 33 73 16 0 7 37 0 0 0 24 2 36 1 1 4 .550 .433 Norfolk .316 29 114 16 36 5 1 2 13 0 1 0 8 0 15 0 0 2 .430 .358 BALTIMORE .276 24 58 5 16 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 2 .310 .276 2014 GCL Orioles .184 14 49 4 9 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 11 0 0 1 .204 .231 Norfolk .270 51 204 14 55 12 1 0 17 0 2 0 5 0 50 2 1 8 .338 .284 2015 Norfolk .291 115 460 58 134 22 1 10 53 0 5 0 40 1 81 1 3 12 .409 .345 BALTIMORE .265 10 34 3 9 1 0 1 6 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 .382 .306 Minor Lg. Totals .299 261 1027 125 307 56 3 19 122 0 8 0 80 3 193 4 5 27 .415 .347 BALTIMORE Totals .272 34 92 8 25 1 1 1 8 0 0 0 2 0 14 0 0 3 .337 .287 American League .272 34 92 8 25 1 1 1 8 0 0 0 2 0 14 0 0 3 .337 .287 ML Totals .272 34 92 8 25 1 1 1 8 0 0 0 2 0 14 0 0 3 .337 .287

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FULL NAME: Christian Dickson Walker BORN: March 28, 1991

OPENING DAY AGE: 25

BIRTHPLACE: Norristown, PA

RESIDES: Royersford, PA

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.033 ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the fourth round of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

CHRISTIAN WALKER

HITS: 2, 9/20/14 vs. BOS…RUNS: 1, 9/20/14 vs. BOS…DOUBLES: 1, 9/17/14 vs. TOR…HR: 1, 9/20/14 vs. BOS…RBI: 1, 9/20/14 vs. BOS…WALKS: 1, four times, last: 9/24/15 at WAS…HITTING STREAK: 1 game, three times, last: 7/8/15.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS

• Enters 2016 as a top Orioles prospect, according to Baseball America (No. 14), Baseball Prospectus (No. 10), and MLB.com (No. 13) • Tied for second in the International League in games played (138), led the league in at-bats (534), tied for third in doubles (33) and extra-base hits (52), and was fourth in total bases (226) • Led the Tides in home runs (18), RBI (74), and runs scored (68) • Named IL Player of the Week for the period of 7/20-26 after batting .414 (12-for-29) with four doubles, three home runs, 10 RBI, and nine runs scored over seven games • Slugged two solo home runs on 9/3 vs. Gwinnett, his lone multi-home run game of the season • Batted .306 (45-for-147) against left-handers while playing with Triple-A Norfolk • Hit .337 (33-for-98) in 25 June games with the Tides • Collected 13 extra-base hits and 21 RBI in 26 July games with Norfolk • Made his first stint of the season with the Orioles on 7/8 at Minnesota and went 1-for-2 with a walk (started at DH and batted fifth in the lineup) • Was called up for his second stint with Baltimore on 9/15 and appeared in six games for the Orioles following his second call-up of the season

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

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2014: Named the Brooks Robinson Minor League Player of the Year...Hit a combined .288/.357/.489 with 53 extra-base hits, 96 RBI, and 73 runs scored in 139 total games with Double-A Bowie (.301/.367/.516 in 95 games) and Triple-A Norfolk (.259/.335/.428 in 44 games)...Had his contract selected from Triple-A Norfolk on 9/17 and made his Major League debut that night, collecting first Major League hit, a double off J.A. Happ, in the seventh inning...Hit first Major League home run on 9/20 vs. BOS, a fourth inning solo shot off Rubby De La Rosa...Led all Orioles minor leaguers in home runs (26) and RBI (96)...Named the first baseman for the Eastern League post-season All-Star Team, finishing the season among the EL leaders despite being promoted to Triple-A in July, ranking second in RBI (77), third in slugging (.516), and sixth in average (.301)...Named EL Player of the Week twice, weeks ending 4/20 and 5/18...Rated by Baseball America as the Orioles third-best prospect following the season, as the best power hitter in the Orioles system, and as the best defensive first baseman in the Eastern League...Selected by Baseball America to the Second Team All-Star Team and Double-A All-Star Team following the season. 2013: Named Organizational Player of the Month for April, as he hit .360 (31-for-86) with three home runs and 16 RBI… Selected to the MLB All-Star Futures Game…Named Carolina League Player of the Week for week of 7/1-8. 2012: Batted .284 with two home runs and nine RBI in 22 games…Named the New York-Penn League Offensive Player of the Week for 7/16-23. PERSONAL: Attended the University of South Carolina…Signed by Orioles scout Chris Gale.

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 Aberdeen-1 .284 22 81 12 23 5 0 2 9 0 0 2 10 0 14 2 1 1 .420 .376 2013 Delmarva .353 31 116 19 41 5 0 3 20 0 1 3 11 0 16 0 3 5 .474 .420 Frederick .288 55 215 25 62 17 0 8 35 0 4 3 17 0 41 2 0 4 .479 .343 Bowie .242 17 62 7 15 5 0 0 1 0 0 1 6 0 10 0 0 1 .323 .319 2014 Bowie .301 95 366 58 110 15 2 20 77 0 4 3 38 0 83 2 1 6 .516 .367 Norfolk .259 44 166 15 43 10 0 6 19 0 2 2 18 1 49 0 0 4 .428 .335 BALTIMORE .167 6 18 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 9 0 0 0 .389 .211 2015 Norfolk .257 138 534 68 137 33 1 18 74 0 3 6 49 2 136 1 3 20 .423 .324 BALTIMORE .111 7 9 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 0 0 0 .111 .333 Minor Lg. Totals .280 402 1540 204 431 90 3 57 235 0 14 20 149 3 349 7 8 41 .453 .348 BALTIMORE TOTALS .148 13 27 1 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 13 0 0 0 .296 .258 American League .148 13 27 1 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 13 0 0 0 .296 .258 ML Totals .148 13 27 1 4 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 13 0 0 0 .296 .258

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FULL NAME: Matthew Richard Wieters BORN: May 21, 1986

OPENING DAY AGE: 29

BIRTHPLACE: Charleston, SC

RESIDES: Sarasota, FL

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 6.129 ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 5 overall) of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

MATT WIETERS

HITS: 4, five times, last: 9/2/13 at CLE…RUNS: 3, three times, last: 8/20/13 vs. TB…DOUBLES: 3, 5/26/13 vs. TOR… TRIPLES: 1, four times, last: 6/7/15 at DET…HR: 2, four times, last: 9/16/12 at OAK…RBI: 5, four times, last: 8/8/12 vs. SEA…WALKS: 4, twice, last: 10/3/15 vs. NYY…SB: 2, 8/4/12 at TB…HITTING STREAK: 10 games, 5/8-21/11…GRAND SLAMS: 2, last: 4/18/13 vs. TB off Brandon Gomes…WALK-OFF HOMERS: 4, last: 7/27/15 vs. ATL off Luis Avilan.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS

• Ended the season on a season-high tying eight-game hitting streak (.444/.545/.741, two home runs, six RBI)...Posted an eight game hitting streak, 8/4-20 (.367/.387/.500) • Caught 7-of-25 (28.0%) would-be base stealers and enters 2016 having caught 130-of-430 (30.2%) in his career • Walked a career-high tying four times on 10/3 vs. NYY (G1) (also 8/23/11 at MIN) • Hit his 100th career home run on 9/30 vs. TOR (G2) • Made his second career start at first base on 8/1 vs. DET (first time at 1B since 8/21/11 at LAA) • Slugged his fourth career walk-off home run in the bottom of the 11th inning on 7/27 vs. ATL...Three of his four walk-off home runs have come in extra-innings (seven career walk-off hits) • According to the Elias Sports Bureau, hit four game-ending homers for the Orioles, including one in each of the last three seasons...Joined Frank Robinson (1968-71), Brooks Robinson (1969-72), and Larry Sheets (1986-88) as the only Orioles (since 1954) to do so • Was placed on the 15-day disabled list (retroactive to 3/27) on 4/5 (rehabilitation from “Tommy John” surgery)…Transferred to the 60-day DL on 5/10...Reinstated from the 60-day DL on 6/5

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2014: Voted to his first AL All-Star starting spot (third All-Star team) despite not playing after 5/10...Placed on DL on 5/11 with a right elbow strain...Had “Tommy John” surgery on 6/17 and was transferred to the 60-day DL on 8/13...Was batting .308/.339/.500 through 26 games before his injury (10 multi-hit games)...Had a season-opening eight game hit streak, 3/31-4/9 (.367/.394/.600)... Batted .325/.367/.482 in 90 plate appearances vs. RHP...Hit his third career walk-off home run on 5/1 vs. PIT (G2), a 10th inning blast to give the Orioles a 6-5 win...Was his sixth career walk-off hit. 2013: Led AL catchers in games (140), at-bats (496), home runs (21), and RBI (76), was second in runs (58) and hits (121), and third in doubles (29) and slugging (.429)…Set career-highs in games (148) and doubles (29) and defensive career-highs in games caught (140), innings caught (1201.0), and total chances (1021)…Caught 22-of-66 attempted base stealers (33.3%)… His 33.3% caught stealing rate and 22 caught stealing ranked second in the AL…Was the only catcher in the majors with 50 or more extra-base hits from 2011-13…Made his fourth straight Opening Day start on 4/2 at TB, reaching base safely four times… Hit a 10th inning walk-off grand slam (second career grand slam) on 4/18 vs. TB (Gomes)…Had season-long seven-game hit streak (including a five-game multi-hit game streak), 7/14-25 (.448, 13-for-29, two doubles, two home runs, four RBI)…Snapped career-worst 0-for-25 on 8/3 vs. SEA…Had game-ending caught stealing of K. Johnson on 8/21 vs. TB…Became the first player in club history with three consecutive seasons of 20-plus home runs as a catcher on 9/6 vs. CWS…Hit a walk-off, two-RBI single in the 10th inning on 9/7 vs. CWS…Batted .282/.326/.546 in 178 plate appearances vs. left-handers…Was a Gold Glove finalist (award won by Perez, KC). 2012: Made second career All-Star team and won second career Gold Glove (also 2011), setting then career-highs in games (144), at-bats (526), home runs (23), RBI (83), and walks (60)…Led AL catchers in games caught (134), putouts (994), was second in caught stealing (32), and third in caught stealing percentage (38.6)…Batted .296/.389/.541 in final 27 games, beginning 9/1…Had third multi-home run game of the season on 9/16 at OAK (fourth career)…Had three caught stealing on 8/25 vs. TOR, the 14th time three base runners have been caught stealing in a game for the Orioles (first since 8/10/88)…Collected career-high tying five RBI on 8/8 vs. SEA…Became first Orioles catcher with two stolen bases in a game since J. Oates, 6/10/72, when he did it 8/4 at TB (equaled career total entering game)…Hit his first career Eutaw Street home run on 6/29 vs. CLE…Hit a game-winning home run in the eighth inning on 6/24 vs. WAS…Tied career-high with four hits and five RBI on 6/14 vs. PIT…Hit a walk-off RBI double in 10th inning on 6/10 vs. PHI…Hit his first career grand slam (second two-home run game, also 7/26/10 at TOR) and tied 2016 ORIOLES MEDIA GUIDE

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career-high with five RBI (also 9/15/09 vs. TB), 4/16 at CWS…Went 0-for-4 in AL Wild Card Game at TEX…Batted .150 (3-for-20) in five games of the ALDS vs. NYY. 2011: Made his first All-Star Team, going 0-for-1 in the game…Won his first career Rawlings Gold Glove Award with a .995 fielding percentage, which tied for the AL lead among catchers…Became the first Orioles catcher to win a Gold Glove…Hit 20 home runs as a catcher, the sixth such season in O’s history (Hoiles, 29 in 1993, 25 in 1996, and 20 in 1992; Hernandez, 23 in 2006, and Johnson, 21 in 2000)…Led AL catchers (min. 90 games) with a caught stealing rate of 37.0%...Led AL catchers in runs (68), was second in hits (126), doubles (27) and home runs (20), third in RBI (66) and OPS (.774), and fourth in walks (47)…Ranked second among AL catchers in innings at 1150 (Avila, 1157) and games at 132 (Avila, 133)…Charged with only one passed ball…Every other AL catcher with 90 games or more had at least four passed balls…Improved his AB/HR ratio from 34.5 in the first half of the season to 16.0 in the second half, hitting 14 of his 22 homers after the break…Had career-high 10-game hitting streak, 5/8-21, (.400, 18-for-45)…Set career-high with three runs on 4/19 vs. MIN…Matched season-high with four RBI on 4/29 at CWS…Batted .324/.390/.649 in 11-game stretch, 4/17-29…Hit a game-winning RBI-single in the 13th inning on 5/10 vs. SEA…Threw out two attempted base stealers, including one to end the game on 5/22 vs. WAS…Had six three-hit games, 5/15, 5/18, 6/11, 7/5, 8/8, and 8/20…Drew a then-career-high three walks on 7/7 at BOS…Made his first Major League start at first base on 8/21 at LAA…Reached base safely a career-high five times (double and four walks) on 8/23 at MIN…Batted .302/.381/.570 in 24 August games…Homered in three straight games vs. TB, 9/12-14…Batted .277 (71-for-256) with an .844 OPS in 72 home games and .246/.710 in 67 road games…Hit .259/.336/.504 after the All-Star break…Batted .321/.407/.519 in 123 plate appearances with RISP, the 13th best RISP average in the AL this season…Hit .435/.552/1.043 in 29 plate appearances in seven games vs. MIN. 2010: Became the first catcher in club history to open a season with three straight multi-hit games (three two-hit games)… Threw out 21-of-74 runners attempting to steal (28%)…Caught three of the first four runners and four of last seven on the year… Was placed on the 15-day disabled list on 7/10 with a strained right hamstring…Was reinstated on 7/25…Recorded first career two-homer game on 7/26 at TOR (off Brandon Morrow and Casey Janssen)…Homered three times in a five-game span from 5/15 (one vs. BOS and two at NYY)…Had a career-high streak of 30 games without a home run (106 at-bats) from 5/6-6/13 (previous high was a 28-game homerless stretch that covered 102 at-bats from 7/6-8/17/09)…Hit seven of his 11 home runs against AL East foes, including three at Yankee Stadium…Recorded consecutive three-RBI games, 6/20-22 (at SD and vs. FLA)…Was 4-for-10 with 11 RBI with the bases loaded…Went 3-for-7 with a solo homer in two games as a designated hitter…Batted .324 (44-for136) when ahead in the count but just .141 (19-for-135) when behind in the count…Batted .325 (41-for-126) in the sixth position in the lineup and .219 (70-for-320) elsewhere…Was sixth on the team with 130 games played and fifth with 22 doubles and 11 homers…Finished fifth on the team with 34 extra-base hits and 26 multi-hit games…Went 4-for-22 (.182) at Yankee Stadium but hit three home runs and drove in five runs…Featured on the cover of the 3/15 issue of Sports Illustrated, the first time an Oriole had been on the cover since Roberto Alomar on 10/14/96…Hit .220 with one homer and five RBI in 50 Spring Training at-bats. 2009: Had his contract selected from Triple-A Norfolk on 5/29 and made his Major League debut that night vs. DET…Reached the majors with fewer games of minor league experience (169) than any active catcher in the majors at the time, ahead of Chris Iannetta (236), Ivan Rodriguez (271), Chris Snyder (281), and Joe Mauer (284)…Flew out to right field in his first at-bat against Dontrelle Willis (Melvin Mora was thrown out trying to advance to third base on the flyout)…Tripled off Justin Verlander for his first Major League hit on 5/30…Since 1954, only four other catchers have tripled for their first Major League hit: Dane Sardinha (DET) on 6/29/08, Yorvit Torrealba (SF) on 9/5/01, Pat Borders (TOR) on 4/6/88, Chuck Lindstrom (CWS) on 9/28/58…Torrealba was catching when Sardinha hit his triple and Sardinha was catching when Wieters hit his triple…Hit his first Major League home run on 6/17 vs. NYM, with a second inning two-run shot off Tim Redding…Homered in consecutive games, 9/15-16…Six of his nine home runs went to the opposite field…Led all AL rookies in batting average (.288)…Hit safely in 21 of his last 29 games played…Batted .313 (68-for-217) with six homers and 26 RBI left-handed and .248 (34-for-137) with three homers and 17 RBI right-handed…Hit .310 (87-for-281) at night and .205 (15-for-73) in day games…Hit his first career walk-off home run on 9/16 vs. TB (Springer)…Against AL East opponents, batted .327 (50-for-153) with five homers and 22 RBI…Hit .455 in 12 games against Boston and .405 in 10 games vs. Tampa Bay…When hitting in the third position in the batting order, he batted .340 (17-for-50 in 12 games) and hit .280 in the fifth through eighth positions…Recorded a career-high four hits on 7/28 vs. KC…Drove in a career-high five runs on 9/15 vs. TB…Hit in nine straight games, 7/20-8/1, batting .424 (14-for-33) during the streak…Batted .362 (34-for-94) with three home runs and 14 RBI in September (monthly highs in each category)…Hit in 15 of his last 19 games, batting .392 (29-for-74) to raise his average from .265 to .288…In his final 28 games (starting 9/2), batted .343 (37-for-108) with 15 runs and 17 RBI…Had eight multi-hit games in his last 15 contests…Had 17 RBI in his last 20 games after driving in 17 runs in his first 52 games…Started 84 games behind the plate…Served as the designated hitter in nine games…After the season, was named the top prospect in the International League by Baseball America. 2008: Named Baseball America’s Player of the Year and named to the Bank of America First Team All-Star Team…Recipient of the Brooks Robinson Award…Began the year with Class A-Advanced Frederick and hit .345 (79-for-229) with eight doubles, 15 home runs, 48 runs, and 40 RBI in 69 games…Went 2-for-3 with a walk, two home runs, three runs scored, and three RBI in his first professional game on 4/4 vs. Lynchburg…Had a two-home run game twice more for the Keys (5/9 at Lynchburg and 5/18 vs. Lynchburg)…Collected four hits and four runs scored for the Keys on 6/6 at Winston-Salem…Transferred to Bowie on 6/27, where he hit .365 (76-for-208) with 14 doubles, two triples, 12 home runs, 41 runs, and 51 RBI in 61 games…Went 3-for-3 with a walk, two home runs, and a career-high six RBI on 8/8 vs. New Britain…Named the Organizational Player of the Month with Frederick in April, hitting .338 (24-for-71), with four doubles, five home runs, 15 runs, and 15 RBI…Named the Topps Player of the Month with Frederick in May, batting .337 (32-for-95) with two doubles, seven home runs, 21 runs, and 18 RBI…Named the

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Carolina League Player of the Week, 5/5-11…Named the Organizational Player of the Month for August with Bowie, hitting .364 (36-for-99) with five doubles, one triple, six home runs, 21 runs, and 23 RBI…Had a season-high 17-game hit streak, 7/1-18. 2007: Signed on 8/23 and reported to Short-A Aberdeen…Worked out over the final week of season, but was not activated… Made his professional debut with the Honolulu Sharks in the Hawaiian Winter League, where he batted .283 (30-for-106) with nine doubles, a triple, a homer, and 17 RBI in 31 games…Hit safely in 22 games and reached base by hit or walk in 27-of-31 games, including 21 of his first 22 contests…Went 4-for-5 with two doubles, a homer, and three RBI on 10/26 vs. North Shore…Named the Orioles top prospect by Baseball America after the season. COLLEGE CAREER: Became the third player in Georgia Tech history to earn first-team All-America honors twice, joining Jason Varitek and Nomar Garciaparra…Named first-team All-America by Baseball America and Rivals.com and first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference in 2007, first-team All-America by Baseball America and second-team All-ACC in 2006, and ACC Rookie of the Year, Freshman All-America and first-team All-ACC in 2005…Was one of three finalists for the 2007 Johnny Bench Award as top collegiate catcher and was a semi-finalist for the USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award as nation’s top college player…Finished his three-year career at Georgia Tech with a .359 batting average, 35 homers, and 198 RBI in 185 games…Ranked sixth in the school history in doubles (54), seventh in RBI and saves (16), 13th in average and total bases (418), tied for 16th in home runs and 18th in hits (253)…Served as Tech’s primary closer for his first two seasons and was one of two closers his junior season… Went 5-10 with 16 saves and a 3.83 ERA in 59 games in which he pitched…Made his only start on 5/9/07 at Georgia but did not get a decision. 2007: Hit safely in 46-of-56 games and reached base safely in his last 55 games…Led Georgia Tech with a .364 average…Led the team with 10 home runs, 59 RBI, 129 total bases, and a .592 slugging percentage…As a pitcher, appeared in 12 games and went 1-4 with three saves and a 7.53 ERA. 2006: Hit safely in 54 of 68 games and batted .355 with 15 HR and 71 RBI…Named MVP of the NCAA Atlanta Regional after reaching base safely in 14 of 15 plate appearances, going 8-for-9 with six RBI, six runs, six walks, and three home runs...Hit .560 (14-for-25) with five home runs, 10 RBI, 12 runs, nine walks, and one HBP in seven NCAA Tournament games…As a pitcher, went 1-3 with seven saves and a 3.41 ERA. 2005: Hit .366 with 10 home runs and posted a .470 on base percentage...Had 68 RBI, a Georgia Tech record for freshmen... Earned ACC and National Player of the Week honors after going 12-for-14 with a grand slam and eight RBI in Tech’s sweep at Duke on 3/4-6…Earned his second ACC Player of the Week award on 3/28…Went 3-3 with six saves and a 2.85 ERA in 26 pitching appearances. PERSONAL: Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 5 overall) of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft…Married, wife’s name is Maria…The couple has a son, Maverick.

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2008 Frederick-1 .345 69 229 48 79 8 0 15 40 1 4 2 44 5 47 1 2 6 .576 .448 Bowie .365 61 208 41 76 14 2 12 51 0 3 1 38 3 29 1 0 9 .625 .460 2009 Norfolk .305 39 141 25 43 9 2 5 30 0 2 0 20 1 30 0 0 6 .504 .387 BALTIMORE .288 96 354 35 102 15 1 9 43 0 2 1 28 2 86 0 0 11 .412 .340 2010 BALTIMORE .249 130 446 37 111 22 1 11 55 0 7 2 47 7 94 0 1 13 .377 .319 2011 BALTIMORE .262 139 500 72 131 28 0 22 68 0 1 2 48 3 84 1 0 16 .450 .328 2012 BALTIMORE .249 144 526 67 131 27 1 23 83 0 3 4 60 4 112 3 0 17 .435 .329 2013 BALTIMORE .235 148 523 59 123 29 0 22 79 1 12 0 43 5 104 2 0 7 .417 .287 2014 BALTIMORE .308 26 104 13 32 5 0 5 18 0 2 0 6 0 19 0 1 1 .500 .339 2015 Bowie .182 3 11 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 .182 .231 Norfolk .600 2 5 2 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.200 .667 BALTIMORE .267 75 258 24 69 14 1 8 25 0 3 0 21 0 67 0 0 4 .422 .319 Minor Lg. Totals .342 174 594 117 203 31 4 33 124 1 10 3 104 9 106 2 2 21 .574 .436 BALTIMORE Totals .258 758 2711 307 699 140 4 100 371 1 30 9 253 21 566 6 2 69 .423 .320 American League .258 758 2711 307 699 140 4 100 371 1 30 9 253 21 566 6 2 69 .423 .320 ML Totals .258 758 2711 307 699 140 4 100 371 1 30 9 253 21 566 6 2 69 .423 .320 1- Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 5 overall) of the 2007 First-Year Player Draft











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WILD CARD YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 BAL vs. TEX .000 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .000 .000 Totals .000 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .000 .000 DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2012 BAL vs. NYY .150 5 20 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 .200 .227 Totals .150 5 20 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 .200 .227

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FIELDING C PCT G PO A E DP 2009 .991 86 489 35 5 12 2010 .994 126 775 51 5 10 2011 .995 132 855 70 5 14 2012 .991 134 994 52 10 7 2013 .997 140 1021 58 3 6 2014 .994 22 169 5 1 0 2015 .989 55 423 23 5 3 Totals .993 695 4726 294 34 52

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1B PCT G PO A E DP 2011 1.000 1 4 0 0 2 2015 1.000 3 22 1 0 2 Totals 1.000 4 26 1 0 4

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ALL-STAR YEAR CLUB 2011 AL at ARI 2012 AL at KC 2014 AL at MIN Totals

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FULL NAME: Philip Tyler Wilson BORN: September 25, 1989

OPENING DAY AGE: 26

BIRTHPLACE: Lynchburg, VA

RESIDES: Charlottesville, VA

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.068 ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the 10th round of the 2011 FirstYear Player Draft.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

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LONGEST OUTING: 7.2 innings, 8/3/15 at OAK…LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 5.2 innings, 6/19/15 at TOR… STRIKEOUT HIGH: 4, 9/24/15 at WAS…WALK HIGH: 2, five times, last: 10/1/15 vs. TOR…HR ALLOWED: 1, 9/18/15 at TB…WINNING STREAK: 1 game, twice, last: 8/3/15…LOSING STREAK: 1 game, twice, last: 9/18/15.

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• Enters 2016 as the 19th-best prospect in the Orioles organization, according to Baseball America and the No. 18 prospect in Baltimore’s system by MLB.com…Rated as having the best control among pitchers in the O’s system, according to Baseball America • Made nine Major League appearances (five starts) for the Orioles...In those nine outings, he went 2-2 with a 3.50 ERA (14 ER/36.0 IP) and 13 strikeouts • Made his Major League debut on 5/20 vs. SEA and tossed a scoreless ninth inning while allowing two hits...Ended the inning by inducing a 6-4-3 double play off the bat of Robinson Cano • On 5/20 vs. SEA, he made his Major League debut and became the 994th player to play for the Orioles since the club moved to Baltimore in 1954...According to Baseball-Reference.com, he became the 22nd player drafted out of the University of Virginia to appear in the majors • Earned his first Major League win on 5/22 at MIA after appearing in relief • In five starts, he went 1-2 with a 4.32 ERA (12 ER/25.0 IP)...He logged three Quality Starts in his first four Major League starts... Went 1-0 with a 1.64 ERA (2 ER/11.0 IP) in four relief appearances • Went 0-1 with a 1.59 ERA (2 ER/11.1 IP) in four appearances (two starts) at Oriole Park...In his two home starts, he went 0-1 with a 2.57 ERA (2 ER/7.0 IP) and one Quality Start...The Orioles went 1-1 in those games • Went 2-1 with a 4.38 ERA (12 ER/24.2 IP) in five appearances (three starts) on the road...In three road starts, he went 1-1 with a 5.00 ERA (10 ER/18.0 IP)...He logged two Quality Starts in those three road starts and the Orioles went 2-1 in those games • Was Triple-A Norfolk’s Opening Night starter on 4/9 at Charlotte...He suffered the loss (4.0 IP, 7 H, 4 ER, 1 BB, 7 K)...His seven strikeouts were a season-high (also 4/24 vs. Charlotte)...Was his first career Opening Night start • Went 5-5 with a 3.24 ERA (34 ER/94.1 IP) and nine Quality Starts in 17 outings with the Tides...Went 3-0 with a 3.45 ERA (12 ER/31.1 IP) and three Quality Starts over his final five outings this season, holding opponents to a .231 batting average in that span • Went 3-1 with a 2.70 ERA (10 ER/33.1 IP) at Harbor Park with the Tides and 2-4 with a 3.54 ERA (24 ER/61.0 IP) on the road • In Baseball America’s “2015 Minor League Best Tools,” Wilson was selected by Triple-A managers and coaches as having the best control among International League pitchers

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Split the season between Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Norfolk...Led Orioles minor leaguers with 14 wins and 157 strikeouts, and ranked seventh in ERA (3.67)...Tied for third among all minor league pitchers with 14 wins...Logged 17 Quality Starts between Bowie and Norfolk...Finished 4-0 with a 1.57 ERA (8 ER/46.0 IP) in seven starts at Harbor Park...Named the Orioles Organizational Pitcher of the Month for April, going 4-0 with a 2.76 ERA (9 ER/29.1 IP) in five starts for the Baysox... Received Eastern League Pitcher of the Week honors for the week ending 4/27 after going 2-0 with a 3.00 ERA (4 ER/12.0 IP) in two starts...Named the Orioles Jim Palmer Minor League Pitcher of the Year, recognized as the club’s top minor league pitcher… Ranked as the ninth-best prospect in the Orioles organization, according to MLB.com. 2013: Began the season with Class A-Advanced Frederick and struck out seven in his first start of the season on 4/6…Made his Double-A Bowie debut on 6/6…Earned three consecutive victories from 6/14-25…Went 3-1 with a 2.67 ERA (9 ER/30.1 IP) in six starts with the Baysox before the All-Star break…Named Organizational Pitcher of the Month for July after going 3-1 with a 2.21 ERA (9 ER/36.2 IP). 2012: Struck out 143 between Delmarva and Frederick to lead all Orioles farmhands...Tied for Shorebirds team lead in wins (seven) and led club in strikeouts (114), starts (19), and innings pitched (111.0)…Worked 7.0 innings or more in seven of his 19 starts and struck out 10 or more four times…Did not walk a batter in nine of 19 starts…In his last three starts, he struck out 32

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2011 GCL Orioles-1 0 0 0.00 2 2 0 0 0 3.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 Aberdeen 0 0 2.10 6 6 0 0 0 30.0 19 7 7 4 1 4 0 24 1 0 2012 Delmarva 3 3 5.06 6 6 0 0 0 32.0 30 19 18 4 1 11 0 29 1 1 Frederick 7 7 3.49 19 19 0 0 0 111.0 95 49 43 12 6 19 0 114 4 1 2013 Frederick 1 1 4.48 11 11 0 0 0 62.1 57 34 31 4 1 25 0 48 1 0 Bowie 7 5 3.83 16 16 1 0 0 89.1 85 40 38 13 2 22 0 70 5 0 2014 Bowie 10 5 3.72 16 16 0 0 0 96.2 101 47 40 10 1 22 0 91 8 0 Norfolk 4 3 3.60 12 12 0 0 0 70.0 61 30 28 8 1 21 0 66 7 1 2015 Norfolk 5 5 3.24 17 17 0 0 0 94.1 94 35 34 8 4 18 0 63 0 0 BALTIMORE 2 2 3.50 9 5 0 0 0 36.0 39 14 14 1 1 11 1 13 0 0 Minor Lg. Totals 32 24 3.73 88 88 1 0 0 494.1 448 226 205 55 13 125 0 445 27 3 BALTIMORE Totals 2 2 3.50 9 5 0 0 0 36.0 39 14 14 1 1 11 1 13 0 0 American League 2 2 3.50 9 5 0 0 0 36.0 39 14 14 1 1 11 1 13 0 0 ML Totals 2 2 3.50 9 5 0 0 0 36.0 39 14 14 1 1 11 1 13 0 0

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batters without a walk in 22 innings pitched. 2011: Started six games for Short-Season A Aberdeen, finishing with a 2.10 ERA over 30.0 innings pitched...Struck out at least three batters in all six starts...Started two games for the GCL Orioles, pitching 3.0 hitless innings, striking out three batters. PERSONAL: Attended the University of Virginia…Signed by Orioles scout Chris Gale…Was originally drafted in the 35th round of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft by the Cincinnati Reds, but did not sign…Married, wife’s name is Chelsea…She is an analyst for ESPN3 and the Raycom Sports Network.

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AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000

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1- Selected by the Orioles in the 10th round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft

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FULL NAME: Vance Richard Worley BORN: September 25, 1987

OPENING DAY AGE: 28

BIRTHPLACE: Sacramento, CA

RESIDES: Philadelphia, PA

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 3.112 ACQUIRED: Claimed off waivers by the Orioles from Pittsburgh on October 20, 2015.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

VANCE WORLEY

LONGEST OUTING: 9.0 innings, twice, last: 7/28/14 at SF…LOW HITTER (CG): 3, 7/26/11 vs. SF...LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 4.1 innings, 6/21/15 at WAS…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 11, 4/19/12 at SD…WALK HIGH: 4, eight games, last: 4/17/15 vs. MIL…HR ALLOWED: 3, 5/22/13 at ATL…WINNING STREAK: 9 games, 6/29-9/6/11…LOSING STREAK: 7 games, 8/6/12-4/30/13.

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• Began season in Pittsburgh’s starting rotation and made first start on 4/11 at MIL • Moved to the bullpen following his start on 5/14 at PHI • Tossed 2.0 hitless innings in his first relief appearance on 5/19 vs. MIN • Pitched 8.0 scoreless innings over three-game span from 5/19-31. • Made an emergency start on 7/18 at MIL for Francisco Liriano (neck tightness) and suffered the loss (4 ER/4.0 IP), his first start since 5/14 • In 15 appearances as a reliever for the Pirates, posted a 2.83 ERA (9 ER/28.2 IP) • Was designated for assignment on 7/31...Accepted outright assignment to Triple-A Indianapolis on 8/11 • Was the winning pitcher in Game 2 of first round playoff series vs. Scranton/WB (0 ER/1 R/8.0 IP) on 9/10 • Was selected by Pittsburgh on 9/15 and made three appearances in September (3 ER/2.2 IP) • Claimed by the Orioles off waivers from Pittsburgh on 10/20

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Went to Spring Training as a member of Minnesota’s 40-man roster...Was acquired by Pittsburgh on 3/25 and assigned to Triple-A Indianapolis...Spent time with Extended Spring Training program in Bradenton, FL, before making debut with Indianapolis on 5/6...Earned the win in his second start on 5/12 vs. Norfolk (2 ER/7.0 IP)...Struck out a season-high 10 batters while giving up two runs in 8.0 innings during a win vs. Buffalo on 5/28...Tossed 8.0 innings while earning the win at Lehigh Valley on 6/8... Went 3-for-3 with a home run at the plate...His home run was the first by an Indianapolis pitcher since 2007...Pitched at least 6.0 innings in six of his seven Triple-A starts...Was called up by Pittsburgh on 6/15 and made his debut with the Pirates that day in Miami, tossing 7.0 scoreless innings...Picked up his first win while making his second start on 6/21 at CHC (3 ER/6.1 IP)... Grounded out as a pinch-hitter on 7/4 vs. PHI...Made lone relief appearance on 7/13 at CIN...Recorded his first Major League shutout and second career complete game on 7/28 at SF (100 pitches)...Struck out a season-high eight batters on 8/18 vs. ATL... Lost three consecutive starts from 8/13-24...Pitching on 11 days of rest, tossed 8.0 scoreless innings in a 1-0 win vs. Milwaukee in Pittsburgh’s final regular season home game on 9/21....Was charged with just one earned run in his last two starts (14.1 IP) and went 3-0 with a 2.08 ERA (7 ER/30.1 IP) in his final five assignments...Walked more than two batters just once in his 17 starts with Pittsburgh and pitched at least 6.0 innings 13 times...Pitched into the seventh inning on 10 occasions. 2013: Was Minnesota’s Opening Day starter on 4/1 vs. DET and gave up three runs over 6.0 innings, suffering the loss...Lost his first four decisions before winning lone game with the Twins on 5/11 vs. BAL...Was optioned to Triple-A Rochester on 5/23... Pitched a shutout in his first start with the Red Wings on 5/27 vs. Lehigh Valley...Went 5-0 with a 3.21 ERA (12 ER/33.2 IP) in his final five starts from 6/17-7/7...Tossed back-to-back complete games on 6/17 at Scranton-Wilkes/Barre (7.0-inning shutout in GM2 of a doubleheader) and 6/22 at Louisville (a two-hit, 9.0-inning shutout)...Was named the International League Pitcher of the Week for the period of 6/17-23...Had an MRI on his right shoulder at the end of August and was shut down for the remainder of the season for precautionary reasons. 2012: Spent the entire season with Philadelphia...Pitched 13.0 consecutive scoreless innings from 4/14-24...Struck out seasonhigh 11 batters on 4/19 at SD...Went 2-1 with a 1.97 ERA (7 ER/32.0 IP) in five April starts...Was on the 15-day disabled list from 5/26-6/3 with inflammation (bone chips) in his right elbow...Did not record a strikeout in his start on 8/1 at Washington (7.0 IP), ending a streak of 48 straight appearances (41 starts) with at least one strikeout...Was placed on the DL on 8/29 due to loose bodies in his right elbow and missed the remainder of the season...Had surgery on 9/7 to remove bone spur and loose bodies. 2011: Began the season with Triple-A Lehigh Valley, but was recalled by the Phillies four times during the season...Began first stint with Philadelphia by tossing 11.0 consecutive scoreless innings from 4/29-5/4...Recorded his first Major League hit on 4/29 vs. NYM, a single off Mike Pelfrey...Tossed first Major League complete game on 7/26 vs. SF...Won five straight starts from 6/292016 ORIOLES MEDIA GUIDE

1- Selected by Philadelphia in the third round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by Minnesota with RHP Trevor May from Philadelphia in exchange for OF Ben Revere on December 6, 2012 3- Acquired by Pittsburgh from Minnesota in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations on March 25, 2014

DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2011 PHI vs. STL 0 0 6.75 2 0 0 0 0 1.1 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 0 0 6.75 2 0 0 0 0 1.1 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 WORLEY BATTING Career

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .133 135 6 18 4 0 0 7 15 0 0 2 0 53 0 0 1 .163 .146

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2010 1.000 5 0 4 0 0 2011 1.000 25 8 16 0 2 2012 .963 23 4 22 1 2 2013 .929 10 2 11 1 1 2014 .941 18 4 12 1 0 2015 1.000 23 1 14 0 2 Totals .970 104 19 79 3 7

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FRONT OFFICE ORIOLES REACH MANAGER & COACHES VANCE WORLEY 2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY

YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2008 Williamsport-1 0 0 1.12 2 2 0 0 0 8.0 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 Lakewood 3 2 2.66 11 11 0 0 0 61.0 58 25 18 4 3 7 0 53 3 0 2009 Reading 7 12 5.34 27 27 0 0 0 153.1 163 102 91 17 5 49 0 100 2 1 2010 Reading 9 4 3.20 19 19 1 1 0 158.0 160 67 59 12 3 36 0 83 1 0 Lehigh Valley 1 3 3.77 8 8 0 0 0 45.1 46 19 19 3 1 10 1 36 1 0 PHILADELPHIA 1 1 1.38 5 2 0 0 0 13.0 8 2 2 1 0 4 0 12 1 0 2011 Lehigh Valley 5 2 2.31 9 9 1 0 0 50.2 41 13 13 5 2 12 0 50 1 0 PHILADELPHIA 11 3 3.01 25 21 1 0 0 131.2 116 47 44 10 3 46 2 119 2 1 2012 PHILADELPHIA 6 9 4.20 23 23 0 0 0 133.0 154 69 62 12 6 47 4 107 1 0 2013 Rochester-2 6 3 3.88 9 9 3 1 0 58.0 65 31 25 3 1 17 1 34 1 0 MINNESOTA 1 5 7.21 10 10 0 0 0 48.2 82 43 39 9 3 15 1 25 1 0 2014 Indianapolis-3 3 2 4.30 7 7 0 0 0 46.0 47 23 22 3 2 4 0 43 2 0 PITTSBURGH 8 4 2.85 18 17 1 1 0 110.2 112 43 35 9 3 22 1 79 4 0 2015 Indianapolis 3 1 2.38 5 5 1 0 0 34.0 30 10 9 4 2 5 0 21 0 0 PITTSBURGH 4 6 4.02 23 8 0 0 0 71.2 81 36 32 6 2 21 3 49 3 0 Minor Lg. Totals 37 29 3.76 97 97 6 2 0 569.0 567 272 238 48 19 141 2 428 11 1 American League 1 5 7.21 10 10 0 0 0 48.2 82 43 39 9 3 15 1 25 1 0 National League 30 23 3.42 94 71 2 1 0 460.2 471 197 175 38 14 140 10 366 11 1 ML Totals 31 28 3.79 104 81 2 1 0 508.2 553 240 214 47 17 155 11 391 12 1

ORIOLE PARK

7/26, the first Philadelphia rookie to do so since Charles Hudson in 1983...Won a National League-best nine straight decisions from 6/29-9/6, going 9-0 with a 2.87 ERA in 12 starts during that stretch...Finished third in the National League Rookie of the Year balloting with 40 points, trailing Atlanta’s Craig Kimbrel and Freddie Freeman...Led NL rookie pitchers in ERA, ranked second in wins, third in batting average against (.237), and fourth in strikeouts...Led all rookie pitchers in hits (10) and RBI (five) at the plate...The Phillies went 16-5 in his 21 starts...Finished the regular season making back-to-back relief outings (1 ER/2.2 IP)... Made two relief appearances against St. Louis in the NLDS (1 ER/1.1 IP). 2010: Went 10-7 with a 3.36 ERA (59 ER/158.0 IP) and 119 strikeouts in 27 starts between Double-A Reading (19 starts) and Triple-A Lehigh Valley (eight starts)...Began the season with Reading and was named an Eastern League mid-season All-Star... Was named Philadelphia’s minor league Pitcher of the Month for July after going 3-0 with a 0.93 ERA (3 ER/29.0 IP) in four starts...Had contract selected by Philadelphia on 7/21...Made Major League debut in relief on 7/24 vs. COL, tossing a scoreless inning...Was optioned to Lehigh Valley after the game...Posted a 29.0-inning scoreless streak between Reading and Lehigh Valley from 7/9-8/1...Suffered the loss in his first Major League start in GM1 of a doubleheader on 9/6 vs. FLA after giving up two runs in 5.0 innings...Picked up his first Major League win with 1.0 scoreless inning of relief on 9/19 vs. WAS...Finished his season pitching 10.0 straight scoreless innings. 2009: Spent entire season with Reading...Named to the EL mid-season All-Star Team...Was twice named Philadelphia’s minor league Pitcher of the Week (5/4-10 and 7/14-20)...Ranked fourth in the league in innings pitched. 2008: Made professional debut with Short-Season A Williamsport in the New York-Penn League...Made two starts before being promoted to Class-A Lakewood on 7/5...Went 3-2 with a 2.48 ERA (19 ER/69.0 IP) in 13 combined starts with the two clubs. PERSONAL: Is a 2005 graduate of CK McClatchy High School (CA), where he was a three-year varsity letter-winner in baseball...Was also a three-time first-team All-Metro League selection and a two-time All-City pick...Pitched three years (200608) at Long Beach State University, where he went 12-13 with a 3.99 ERA (102 ER/230.0 IP) and 145 strikeouts in 47 career games (32 starts)...Played in the Cape Cod League in 2005 and was ranked as the 27th-best prospect in the league by Baseball America...Married, wife’s name is Maricel...The couple has a son, Kai Anacleto...Is one-quarter Chinese and one-quarter Taiwanese (his mother is from Hong Kong)...Originally selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 20th round of the 2005 FirstYear Player Draft, but did not sign and again by Philadelphia in the third round (102nd overall) of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft.

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MIKE WRIGHT RHP

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FULL NAME: Dennis Michael Wright BORN: January 3, 1990

OPENING DAY AGE: 26

BIRTHPLACE: Bennettsville, SC

RESIDES: Laurel Hill, NC

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.100 ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the third round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

MIKE WRIGHT

LONGEST OUTING: 7.1 innings, 5/17/15 vs. LAA…LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.1 innings, 9/30/15 vs. TOR… STRIKEOUT HIGH: 6, 5/17/15 vs. LAA…WALK HIGH: 4, 6/19/15 at TOR…HR ALLOWED: 2, four times, last: 9/16/15 vs. BOS…WINNING STREAK: 2 games, 5/17-28/15…LOSING STREAK: 5 games, 6/2-9/16/15.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

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• Enters 2016 as the 10th-best prospect in the Orioles organization, according to Baseball America and MLB.com • Made his Major League debut on 5/17 vs. LAA and became the 993rd player to play for the Orioles since the club moved to Baltimore in 1954...He became the ninth Orioles pitcher to toss a scoreless start in his Major League debut and the first since LHP Chris Waters (8/5/08 at LAA)...He was the first to do so at home since RHP Anthony Telford (8/19/90 vs. OAK) • Struck out Mike Trout in the first inning for his first career Major League strikeout • Was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left calf strain on 8/1...Made two rehab outings with Triple-A Norfolk (8/27 at Gwinnett and 9/1 vs. Charlotte), going 1-1 with a 0.90 ERA (1 ER/10.0 IP) • Opened his Major League career with a 14.1 innings scoreless streak after 7.1 innings in his Major League debut on 5/17 vs. LAA and 7.0 innings on 5/23 at MIA (streak snapped after surrendering a leadoff home run to Adam Eaton on 5/28 vs. CWS, GM 2...According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the last Orioles pitcher with at least 14.1 scoreless innings to start a Major League career was RHP Dave Ford in September 1978 (Ford began his career with 15.0 scoreless innings) • After 7.0 scoreless innings at MIA on 5/23, Wright became the third starter in Orioles history to begin his Baltimore career with two consecutive scoreless starts (also LHP Bill Short, 7/1-8/66 and RHP Tom Phoebus, 9/15-20/66) • According to the Elias Sports Bureau, he became the first pitcher in franchise history to earn a win in his Major League debut as a starting pitcher without allowing any runs or walks to the opposition...Became the third active pitcher to have achieved the feat in his Major League debut (also RHP Anibal Sanchez on 6/25/06 for the Marlins and RHP Odrisamer Despaigne on 6/23/14 for the Padres) • Notched his first Major League hit on 5/23 at MIA • Went 2-2 with a 6.08 ERA (18 ER/26.2 IP) over seven outings (five starts) at Oriole Park...Surrendered six home runs in those outings...Went 1-3 with a 6.00 ERA (12 ER/18.0 IP) in five appearances (four starts) on the road • Went 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA (3.0 IP) in three appearances out of the bullpen for the Orioles • Posted a 2.70 ERA (2 ER/6.2 IP) with one save over four games (one start) in Major League Spring Training • Went 9-1 with a 2.22 ERA (20 ER/81.0 IP) and nine Quality Starts in 15 games (14 starts) with Triple-A Norfolk

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Made 26 starts with Triple-A Norfolk, going 5-11 with a 4.61 ERA (73 ER/142.2 IP)...His 26 starts were tied for fifth-most in the International League and tied for the most by a Tides pitcher since Norfolk became an Orioles affiliate in 2007...Was named International League Pitcher of the Week, 8/18-24...Did not allow an earned run over his final 24.2 innings (8/10-29), a stretch that was just 2.0 innings shy of matching the franchise record of 26.2 innings, set by LHP Royce Ring in 2006...Went 4-2 with a 0.95 ERA (5 ER/47.1 IP) over his final seven starts and held opposing batters to a .202 average over that span…Ranked as the seventh-best prospect in the Orioles system, according to MLB.com. 2013: Tied for the Eastern League lead in ERA (3.26) and was tied for the league’s second-highest win total (11)…Won six straight games, 4/19-6/19…Struck out season-high 10 on 7/26 at Erie…Named to the Eastern League Mid-Season All-Star team…Named the Orioles eighth-best prospect by Baseball America following the season. 2012: Split the season between Class A-Advanced Frederick (eight starts) and Double-A Bowie (12 starts)…Went 6.0 or more innings in six of eight starts with the Keys, posting a 2.91 ERA in 46.1 IP…Had three outings of 6.0 scoreless innings or more with Frederick (4/8, 5/6, 5/18)…Held lefties to a .222/.250/.278 line in 54 at-bats against in the Carolina League…Was tied for the league lead with five wins at the time of his promotion to Bowie…Went 3-2 with a 3.93 ERA (15 ER/34.1 IP) in six starts at home for the Baysox…Held righties to a .250/.292/.428 line in 152 at-bats against in the Eastern League…Named the Orioles eighth-best prospect after the season by Baseball America…Made seven appearances in the Arizona Fall League after the season (0-5, 6.43 ERA, 21.0 IP)

2016 ORIOLES MEDIA GUIDE

1- Selected by the Orioles in the third round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft

WRIGHT BATTING Career

AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GIDP SLG OBP .500 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .500 .500

FRONT OFFICE ORIOLES REACH MEDIA

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RECORDS & HISTORY

MINOR LEAGUES

OPPONENTS

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2015 1.000 12 2 3 0 0 Totals 1.000 12 2 3 0 0

MANAGER & COACHES

YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2011 Gulf Coast-1 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Aberdeen 2 1 3.77 7 7 0 0 0 31.0 29 15 13 3 1 6 0 29 3 0 Delmarva 1 1 10.54 4 1 0 0 0 13.2 21 16 16 3 2 4 0 12 3 0 2012 Frederick 5 2 2.91 8 8 0 0 0 46.1 47 16 15 3 1 5 0 35 0 0 Bowie 5 3 4.91 12 12 0 0 0 62.1 71 38 34 7 3 17 0 45 6 0 2013 Bowie 11 3 3.26 26 26 0 0 0 143.2 152 65 52 9 10 39 1 136 9 1 Norfolk 0 0 0.00 1 1 0 0 0 6.2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2014 Norfolk 5 11 4.61 26 26 0 0 0 142.2 159 87 73 10 5 41 2 103 3 0 2015 Norfolk 9 1 2.22 15 14 0 0 0 81.0 59 21 20 4 3 25 0 63 4 0 BALTIMORE 3 5 6.04 12 9 0 0 0 44.2 52 30 30 9 5 18 3 26 2 0 Minor Lg. Totals 38 22 3.80 100 95 0 0 0 528.1 544 258 223 39 25 137 3 426 28 1 BALTIMORE Totals 3 5 6.04 12 9 0 0 0 44.2 52 30 30 9 5 18 3 26 2 0 American League 3 5 6.04 12 9 0 0 0 44.2 52 30 30 9 5 18 3 26 2 0 ML Totals 3 5 6.04 12 9 0 0 0 44.2 52 30 30 9 5 18 3 26 2 0

MIKE WRIGHT

2011: Began his professional career and pitched at three levels in the Orioles system…Pitched in one game for the GCL Orioles on 7/1 at the GCL Rays (1.0 IP, 1 K)…Made seven starts for Short-Season A Aberdeen, going 2-1 with a 3.77 ERA (13 ER/31.0 IP, 29 K)…Closed his season with four games for Class-A Delmarva, striking out 12 batters in 13.2 IP. PERSONAL: Attended East Carolina University…Signed by Orioles scout Chris Gale.

2015 IN REVIEW

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NON-ROSTER INVITEE

XAVIER AVERY OF

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LEFT

70

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LEFT

HEIGHT

6’0

WEIGHT

190

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FULL NAME: Xavier Tyrone Avery BORN: January 1, 1990

OPENING DAY AGE: 26

BIRTHPLACE: Atlanta, GA

RESIDES: Atlanta, GA

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.065 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on December 19, 2015.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

XAVIER AVERY

HITS: 3, 7/3/12 at SEA…RUNS: 2, twice, last: 7/5/12 at LAA…DOUBLES: 1, six times, last: 6/30/12 vs. CLE…TRIPLES: 1, 5/14/12 vs. NYY…HOME RUNS: 1, 6/29/12 vs. CLE…RBI: 2, 6/29/12 vs. CLE…WALKS: 1, 11 times, last: 7/8/12 at LAA…HITTING STREAK: 4 games, 6/28-7/3/12.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

2015 IN REVIEW

• Split time with three Triple-A clubs in the Detroit, San Francisco, and Minnesota organizations • Combined to hit .282/.343/.382 (134-for-476) in 124 games • With Toledo (DET), logged a season-high five hits on 4/9 at Louisville, going 5-for-5 with a walk, two doubles, two RBI, and three runs scored • Playing for Rochester (MIN), slugged a grand slam on 8/2 vs. Syracuse • Batted .345 (50-for-145) against left-handed pitchers

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK

2014: Was a MiLB.com Organization All-Star...Led Tacoma (SEA) in stolen bases (31) and finished second on the club in runs scored (70) and hits (110)...Posted 29 multi-hit games...Batted .312 (24-for-77) in 26 July games...Homered in three straight games (four home runs and six RBI) at El Paso, 6/28-29...Registered a season-high five hits on 5/8 at Reno. 2013: Began the season with Double-A Bowie...Collected a season-high tying five hits on 4/5 at Harrisburg...Batted .339 (20for-59) in 15 May games with the Baysox...Promoted to Norfolk on 5/21...Traded to Seattle on 8/30...Playing for Triple-A Tacoma, went 5-for-5 with a double, home run, three RBI, and three runs scored on 9/1 vs. Sacramento. 2012: Made his Major League debut on 5/13 vs. TB...Doubled off Ivan Nova for his first Major League hit on 5/14 vs. NYY... Reached base safely in 10-of-11 games with the Orioles (.367 OBP) from 5/14-25...Collected a Major League career-high three hits on 7/3 at SEA...Had four stints with the Orioles during the season...Led Triple-A Norfolk in runs scored (57), stolen bases (22), and triples (five)...Ranked fourth in steals among all Orioles minor league players...Led the Tides with seven outfield assists... Attended his first Major League Spring Training as a non-roster invitee and batted .286/.313/.357 in 13 games. 2011: Was an Eastern League mid-season All-Star...Led the Baysox in games (138), hits (144), doubles (31), and sacrifice hits (14)...Was second on the club in runs scored (72) and fourth in walks (49)...Led the EL in at-bats (557) and was second on Bowie and fourth in the EL with 36 stolen bases...Recorded a team-high 15-game hitting streak (.377, 23-for-61) from 7/16-29. 2010: Named a Carolina League post-season All-Star...Following the season, ranked as the third-best Orioles prospect by Baseball America...Finished fourth in the CL with 28 steals...Promoted to Bowie on 7/28...Hit safely in nine consecutive games (.325, 13-for-40) with the Baysox from 8/13-22. 2009: Led Class-A Delmarva in triples (eight), games played (129), and was second in hits (124) and stolen bases (30)... Slugged first professional home run on 5/3 at Greensboro...Batted .340 (35-for-103) in 28 May games...Hit .304 (14-for-46) in his last 12 games of the season...Recorded 10 outfield assists. 2008: Made his professional debut and logged a season-high four hits on 7/25 at the GCL Twins (G2). PERSONAL: Originally selected by the Orioles in the second round (50th overall) of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft...Signed by Orioles scout Dave Jennings...Declined a football scholarship to the University of Georgia to sign with the Orioles...Attended Cedar Grove (GA) HS.

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1- Selected by the Orioles in the second round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by Seattle from the Orioles in exchange for Michael Morse on August 30, 2013 3- Signed by Detroit as a minor league free agent on November 8, 2014 4- Signed by San Francisco as a minor league free agent on July 3, 2015 5- Signed by Minnesota as a minor league free agent on July 25, 2015

FRONT OFFICE ORIOLES REACH MANAGER & COACHES MEDIA

ORIOLE PARK

RECORDS & HISTORY

MINOR LEAGUES

OPPONENTS

FIELDING OF PCT G PO A E DP 2012 .962 28 49 1 2 0 Totals .962 28 49 1 2 0

XAVIER AVERY

YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP OBP SLG 2008 GCL Orioles-1 .280 47 175 27 49 8 1 0 7 3 0 4 10 0 51 13 3 1 .333 .337 2009 Delmarva .262 129 473 55 124 15 8 2 36 3 2 4 27 0 111 30 10 3 .306 .340 2010 Frederick .280 109 447 73 125 25 6 4 48 2 1 6 42 1 96 28 14 3 .349 .389 Bowie .234 27 107 10 25 6 0 3 18 2 2 2 7 0 34 10 0 0 .288 .374 2011 Bowie .259 138 557 72 144 31 2 4 26 14 1 5 49 0 156 36 14 4 .324 .343 2012 Norfolk .236 102 390 57 92 13 5 8 34 9 3 5 51 0 106 22 7 4 .330 .356 BALTIMORE .223 32 94 14 21 6 1 1 6 2 0 0 11 0 23 6 3 2 .305 .340 2013 Bowie .300 39 160 34 48 10 2 1 12 2 0 1 23 0 44 12 3 0 .391 .406 Norfolk .237 81 295 36 70 12 2 2 23 3 2 2 31 0 73 17 5 5 .312 .312 Tacoma-2 .500 3 12 5 6 1 0 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 .538 .833 2014 Tacoma .275 120 400 70 110 21 2 10 38 2 2 1 42 2 91 31 8 5 .344 .413 2015 Toledo-3 .305 73 285 42 87 18 2 1 28 2 4 2 30 0 62 14 10 1 .371 .393 Sacramento-4 .244 13 45 6 11 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 7 0 14 0 1 2 .346 .311 Rochester-5 .247 38 146 23 36 3 1 5 23 0 1 1 7 0 43 5 2 2 .284 .384 Minor Lg. Totals .265 919 3492 510 927 164 32 41 297 44 18 33 327 3 882 219 77 30 .333 .366 BALTIMORE Totals .223 32 94 14 21 6 1 1 6 2 0 0 11 0 23 6 3 2 .305 .340 American League .223 32 94 14 21 6 1 1 6 2 0 0 11 0 23 6 3 2 .305 .340 ML Totals .223 32 94 14 21 6 1 1 6 2 0 0 11 0 23 6 3 2 .305 .340

2015 IN REVIEW

XAVIER AVERY

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PEDRO BEATO RHP

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RIGHT

57

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6’6

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230

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FULL NAME: Pedro Beato BORN: October 27, 1986

OPENING DAY AGE: 29

BIRTHPLACE: Santo Domingo, DR

RESIDES: Mulberry, FL

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 1.169 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on March 4, 2015.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

PEDRO BEATO

LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 3.0 innings, 5/1/11 at PHI…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 3, three times, last: 8/13/11 at ARI…WALK HIGH: 3, twice, last: 6/17/14 vs. PHI…HR ALLOWED: 1, seven times, last: 8/2/13 vs. ARI…WINNING STREAK: 3 games, 7/8-7/21/11…LOSING STREAK: 1 game, twice, last: 8/2/13.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK MEDIA

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• Spent the season with Triple-A Norfolk • His 16 saves tied for the fourth-most in the International League • Ranked first in the IL in games (63) and was second in games finished (39) • Among qualifying IL relievers, ranked fifth in lowest batting average against (.240) and lowest walks per 9.0 IP (2.65), and was fourth in fewest baserunners per 9.0 IP (11.21) • Did not allow an earned run in a season-high nine consecutive games (13.2 IP) from 4/22-5/14 • Posted a 1.29 ERA (2 ER/14.0 IP) and went 1-0 with three saves and 17 strikeouts in 10 games from 5/4-29 • After the season, pitched in the Dominican Winter League for the Tigres del Licey and went 1-0 with seven strikeouts and a 2.84 ERA (2 ER/6.1 IP) in nine games

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Started the season with Atlanta before being transferred to Triple-A Gwinnett...Tossed 1.2 scoreless innings in his first game of the season against the Mets on 4/8...Did not allow an earned run in his first four games (5.2 IP) to begin the season... Struck out a season-high four batters on 7/24 in 1.1 innings of relief...Registered four strikeouts again on 8/24 over 1.2 innings of work...Posted six saves with Gwinnett. 2013: Spent most of the season at Triple-A Pawtucket (BOS)...Went 1-1 with a 3.60 ERA in 10 relief appearances during four stints with the Red Sox (6/16-20, 6/25, 7/10-8/1, 8/7-8/8)...On 10/23, was designated for assignment...Eight days later was claimed off waivers by the Cincinnati Reds. 2012: Combined for 11 relief appearances with the Mets and the Red Sox...Began the season with the Mets but was acquired by Boston in August as the player to be named later to complete a deal for C Kelly Shoppach...Started the season on the Mets disabled list with stiffness in his right shoulder...Made six of his 24 appearances for Buffalo on a rehab assignment...On 12/19, was designated for assignment to make room on the 40-man roster for RHP Ryan Dempster...Was outrighted to Pawtucket two days later. 2011: Was selected from the Orioles in the December 2010 Rule 5 Draft and spent the 2011 season with the Mets...Made his first Opening Day roster...Among National League rookies, he ranked second in innings pitched and fifth in appearances... Stranded 25-of-36 inherited baserunners (31%), fourth-best among NL rookie pitchers...Made his Major League debut on Opening Day by working 2.0 scoreless innings in the 6-2 loss at the Marlins...Began the season with 18.2 innings without allowing an earned run (surrendered four unearned runs), a Mets record to begin a career...Snapped that streak on 5/22 at NYY after allowing two earned runs...Earned his first career victory in the 6-3 win on 4/27 at WAS...Tossed a season-high 3.0 innings in the 14-inning, 2-1 win on 5/1 at PHI...Spent time on the disabled list in May with tendinitis in his right elbow. 2010: Pitched for Double-A Bowie and was named an Eastern League mid-season All-Star...Led the Baysox and ranked fifth in the EL in saves...On 5/11 vs. Richmond, he recorded his first professional save. 2009: Pitched majority of the season with Frederick...Finished the season with Bowie. 2008: Went 3-1 with a 3.38 ERA (8 ER/21.1 IP) in four April starts. 2007: Before the season, ranked as the No. 99 overall prospect by Baseball America...Pitched for the World Team at the All-Star Futures Game in San Francisco. 2006: Following the season, was rated as the fourth-best Orioles prospect according to Baseball America. PERSONAL: Grew up in Queens, NY and graduated from Brooklyn’s Xaverian HS...Missed his junior year following right elbow surgery...Attended St. Petersburg (FL) Junior College.

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FRONT OFFICE ORIOLES REACH MANAGER & COACHES

YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2006 Aberdeen-1 3 2 3.63 14 10 0 0 0 57.0 47 31 23 6 0 23 0 52 3 1 2007 Delmarva 7 8 4.05 27 27 0 0 0 142.1 139 75 64 10 3 59 0 106 12 1 2008 GCL Orioles 0 0 2.53 2 2 0 0 0 10.2 10 3 3 1 1 1 0 3 1 0 Frederick 4 10 5.85 19 19 0 0 0 97.0 119 74 63 11 7 33 0 51 3 1 2009 Frederick 5 7 4.53 20 20 1 0 0 105.1 125 60 53 12 9 40 0 70 6 1 Bowie 1 3 4.50 6 5 0 0 0 32.0 33 16 16 6 0 7 0 18 1 0 2010 Bowie 4 0 2.11 43 0 0 0 16 59.2 49 14 14 4 3 19 0 50 4 0 2011 Buffalo-2 1 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 1.1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 NEW YORK-NL 2 1 4.30 60 0 0 0 0 67.0 59 41 32 5 4 27 3 39 1 0 2012 St. Lucie 0 0 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 4.0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 Buffalo 4 4 4.14 24 1 0 0 0 37.0 32 21 17 7 2 11 3 27 1 2 NEW YORK-NL 0 0 10.38 7 0 0 0 0 4.1 5 5 5 1 0 2 0 5 1 0 Pawtucket-3 0 0 0.00 4 0 0 0 1 5.0 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 7 2 0 BOSTON 1 0 4.70 4 0 0 0 0 7.2 6 4 4 0 1 3 0 7 0 0 2013 Pawtucket 5 3 2.98 34 0 0 0 5 51.1 46 22 17 7 4 24 1 45 1 0 BOSTON-4 1 1 3.60 10 0 0 0 0 10.0 12 5 4 1 1 2 0 5 0 0 2014 Gwinnett-5 2 0 4.10 42 2 0 0 6 48.1 43 23 22 7 0 17 0 45 1 0 ATLANTA 0 0 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 4.1 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 2015 Norfolk-5 5 5 2.65 63 0 0 0 16 74.2 66 26 22 5 2 25 3 61 1 1 Minor Lg. Totals 5 5 2.65 63 0 0 0 16 74.2 66 26 22 5 2 25 3 61 1 1 American League 2 1 4.08 14 0 0 0 0 17.2 18 9 8 1 2 5 0 12 0 0 National League 2 1 4.40 70 0 0 0 0 75.2 67 46 37 6 4 32 3 47 2 0 ML Totals 4 2 4.34 84 0 0 0 0 93.1 85 55 45 7 6 37 3 59 2 0

PEDRO BEATO

PEDRO BEATO

OPPONENTS MEDIA

ORIOLE PARK

RECORDS & HISTORY

MINOR LEAGUES

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2011 1.000 60 3 14 0 2 2012 1.000 11 0 1 0 0 2013 1.000 10 0 1 0 0 2014 - 3 0 0 0 0 Totals 1.000 84 3 16 0 2

2015 IN REVIEW

1- Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 32 overall) of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft 2- Selected by New York (NL) in the Rule 5 Draft on December 9, 2010 3- Acquired by Boston from New York (NL) as a player to be named later on August 16, 2012 4- Claimed off waivers by Cincinnati from Boston on October 31, 2013 4- Claimed off waivers by Atlanta from Cincinatti on April 2, 2014 5- Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on March 4, 2015

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JEFF BELIVEAU LHP

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LEFT

40

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6’1

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190

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FULL NAME: Jeffrey Ryan Beliveau BORN: January 17, 1987

OPENING DAY AGE: 29

BIRTHPLACE: Providence, RI

RESIDES: Cranston, RI

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 1.154 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on December 5, 2015.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

JEFF BELIVEAU

LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 2.0 innings, twice, last: 7/27/14 vs. BOS…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 3, four times, last: 9/24/14 at BOS…WALK HIGH: 2, three times, last: 8/5/14 at OAK…HR ALLOWED: 2, 8/20/12 at MIL…WINNING STREAK: 1 game, 9/16/12…LOSING STREAK: None.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Appeared in five games (2.2 IP) for Tampa Bay before being placed on the 60-day disabled list with a shoulder injury. 2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK MEDIA

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2014: Pitched in two games during Major League Baseball’s tour of Japan in November...Earned a save in the opening scrimmage and threw 1.1 scoreless innings with three strikeouts in Game 3...Made a Major League career-high 30 appearances over five stints in the majors...26 of his 30 appearances were scoreless, and 28 of those 30 came after his final call-up from Triple-A Durham on 7/22...His 2.63 ERA over 30 games (24.0 IP) was the second-lowest ERA among Rays rookie relievers with at least 30 outings (behind Alex Torres, 1.71 ERA in 2013)...Posted a 1.52 ERA in his first 29 appearances (23.2 IP) before allowing three runs in his final outing on 9/28 at CLE...Tossed 0.1 inning on 9/28 vs. CLE, snapping his 11-game scoreless streak (6.0 IP)...Allowed three extra-base hits (two doubles, one home run) all season to 100 batters faced...Left-handed hitters batted .146/.239/.244 (6-for-41) against him...Tied teammate Kirby Yates for the second-best strikeout per 9.0 IP ratio (10.50) among AL rookies with 25 or more relief appearances (behind Yankees RHP Dellin Betances, 13.50)...Recorded his first Major League save on 9/14 at TOR...Allowed a walk-off single to Jose Reyes on his only pitch on 8/23 at TOR, joining Shawn Camp (4/22/06 at TEX) as the only pitchers in Rays history to throw only one pitch and allow a walk-off hit...He allowed a solo homer to Rougned Odor on 8/14, snapping an 87.2-innings homer-less streak for his first homer allowed at any level since 5/8/13 vs. Syracuse...Posted seven scoreless appearances to start his Rays career (2013-14), which was then the longest streak since Joaquin Benoit (13 straight in 2010)...Made 60 appearances between the Rays and Triple-A Durham, registering a 1.95 ERA (13 ER/60.0 IP) with 79 strikeouts. 2013: In a combined 41 minor league games at Double-A (one at Round Rock and two at Montgomery) and Triple-A (38 at Durham), fanned 81 batters in 48.2 innings...His 14.97 strikeouts per 9.0 IP ranked third among all minor leaguers (min. 25 apps)...Was acquired from Texas on 4/16 for cash considerations...Earned his lone save on 5/5 in Durham’s no-hit 2-1 win at Pawtucket...Tossed 0.2 innings of work (1 H, 1 BB) in one game for the Rays on 9/27. 2012: Made his Major League debut with the Cubs on 7/22 at STL (1.2 IP, 3 H, 1 BB, 1 K)...First two hitters he faced were Matt Holliday and Carlos Beltran, and he retired both...Earned his first Major League win on 9/16 vs. PIT (0.2 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 1 BB, 1 K). 2011: While pitching at Double-A Tennessee and Class A-Advanced Daytona, he was named the Cubs Minor League Pitcher of the Year...Began the season at Daytona, where he allowed one earned run in 17.1 innings before his promotion to Double-A on 5/9...Allowed only one earned run in his first 18.1 innings (four walks, 32 strikeouts) at Tennessee...Among Southern League relievers, he had the best opponent batting average against (.183) and allowed the fewest base runners per 9.0 IP (8.05). 2010: Began the season at Class-A Peoria, but was promoted to Daytona on 4/20 after just six appearances. 2009: Made seven starts for Class-A Peoria, posting a 5.34 ERA (17 ER/28.2 IP) in those starts...Registered a 2.78 ERA (21 ER/68.0 IP) with 83 strikeouts over 22 games as a reliever...Recorded a season-high tying eight strikeouts three times, while logging 4.0 innings of work in each of those outings. 2008: Appeared in his first professional game on 6/28 at the AZL Angels...Earned his first professional win on 7/14 after recording three strikeouts over 3.0 innings of work (3 H, 1 R, 2 BB)...Posted a season-high eight strikeouts on 8/30 in 4.1 innings. AMATEUR: Named the 2005 Rhode Island Gatorade High School Player of the Year his senior year at Bishop Hendricken High School (RI)...Went 10-0 with a 0.71 ERA...Played baseball at the College of Charleston and transferred to Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton for his junior year...In January 2014, he had his jersey No. 11 retired at Bishop Hendricken...Was only the second baseball alumnus to receive the honor there and only the second Major Leaguer the school has produced (also Rocco Baldelli, No. 22). PERSONAL: Originally selected by the Chicago Cubs in the 18th round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft...Signed by Cubs scout Rolando Pino.

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MEDIA

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MINOR LEAGUES

OPPONENTS

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2012 1.000 22 0 4 0 0 2013 - 1 0 0 0 0 2014 1.000 30 1 1 0 0 2015 - 5 0 0 0 0 Totals 1.000 58 1 5 0 0

2015 IN REVIEW

1- Selected by Chicago (NL) in the 18th round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft 2- Claimed off waivers by Texas on December 21, 2012 3- Acquired by Tampa Bay from Texas in exchange for cash considerations on April 16, 2013

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2008 AZL Cubs-1 0 0 13.50 1 0 0 0 0 0.2 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 Boise 2 1 2.60 13 7 0 0 0 34.2 25 12 10 1 5 28 0 51 1 0 2009 Peoria 5 4 3.54 29 7 0 0 3 96.2 77 40 38 5 7 45 1 117 7 1 2010 Peoria 0 0 1.59 6 0 0 0 0 11.1 6 2 2 1 1 6 0 23 1 0 Daytona 4 2 2.89 40 0 0 0 2 53.0 41 20 17 4 2 23 3 74 0 0 2011 Daytona 0 1 0.52 12 0 0 0 2 17.1 13 1 1 0 2 6 2 20 0 0 Tennessee 6 1 1.89 41 0 0 0 3 57.0 37 14 12 7 1 13 3 69 1 0 2012 Iowa 4 5 3.89 37 0 0 0 0 44.0 44 21 19 4 0 18 0 52 2 1 CHICAGO-NL 1 0 4.58 22 0 0 0 0 17.2 21 9 9 5 1 12 1 17 1 1 2013 Round Rock-2 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Durham-3 2 3 2.62 38 0 0 0 1 44.2 41 15 13 1 1 22 2 76 2 0 Montgomery 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 TAMPA BAY 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0 0 0.2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2014 Durham 0 0 1.50 30 0 0 0 11 36.0 19 7 6 0 0 14 0 51 3 0 TAMPA BAY 0 0 2.63 30 0 0 0 1 24.0 19 7 7 1 2 7 1 28 1 1 2015 TAMPA BAY 0 0 13.50 5 0 0 0 0 2.2 6 4 4 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 Minor Lg. Totals 23 17 2.68 250 14 0 0 22 399.1 305 133 119 23 19 177 11 539 18 2 American League 0 0 3.62 36 0 0 0 1 27.1 26 11 11 2 2 9 1 30 1 1 National League 1 0 4.58 22 0 0 0 0 17.2 21 9 9 5 1 12 1 17 1 1 ML Totals 1 0 4.00 58 0 0 0 1 45.0 47 20 20 7 3 21 2 47 2 2

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FULL NAME: Cesar Augusto (Dipre) Cabral BORN: February 11, 1989 OPENING DAY AGE: 27 BIRTHPLACE: Sabana Grande de Palenque, DR RESIDES: San Cristobal, DR CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 1.133 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on December 24, 2014.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

CESAR CABRAL

LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 1.0 inning, twice, last: 9/25/13 vs. TB…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 2, three times, last: 4/10/14 vs. BOS…WALK HIGH: 1, four times, last: 6/6/15 at CLE…HR ALLOWED: None.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

2015 IN REVIEW

• Posted a 23-game scoreless streak (23.0 IP) with 26 strikeouts to begin the season with Double-A Bowie (two games) and Triple-A Norfolk (21 games) from 4/9-6/12 • Had one stint with the Orioles, 6/6-7 at CLE • Posted a 2.16 ERA (2 ER/8.1 IP) and recorded 11 strikeouts over eight July appearances with the Tides • With Norfolk, held left handers to a .211 clip (15-for-71) • Went 2-1 with two saves and a 3.42 ERA (9 ER/23.2 IP), while logging 30 strikeouts in 25 home games for the Tides

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY

2014: Second season pitching in the Yankees organization...Appeared in four games for the Yankees...On 4/10, faced two batters and struck out both against Boston...Had a combined 44 strikeouts in 38.2 innings at Double-A Trenton and Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. 2013: Made Major League debut with the Yankees on 9/2 vs. CWS...Struck out the first batter he faced (Jordan Danks) while tossing a scoreless eighth inning with two strikeouts...Posted a 2.45 ERA in eight relief appearances for the Yankees...Held left handers to a .125 batting average (1-for-8) while pitching for the Yankees...Began the season on the 60-day DL following left elbow surgery. 2012: Did not pitch after fracturing his left elbow during Spring Training. 2011: Had nine saves with a 2.95 ERA in 36 combined appearances for Class A-Advanced Salem and Double-A Portland... At Portland, struck out 46 batters in 38.1 innings and posted a 3.52 ERA...After the season, made 20 relief appearances with Aguilas Cibaenas in the Dominican Winter League and allowed one earned run in 12.2 IP, while holding opponents to a .159 batting average (7-for-44) with zero extra-base hits. 2010: Transitioned from starter to full-time reliever...Combined to go 4-0 with a 3.63 ERA in 79.1 innings for Class-A Greenville and Salem...In May, had a stretch of 16.1 scoreless innings. 2009: Started nine games and pitched six games out of relief for Short Season-A Lowell...As a reliever, converted four saves and posted a 3.00 ERA (7 ER/21.0 IP). 2008: In 11 games with the GCL Red Sox, held LHH to a .227 batting average (10-for-44)...Struck out 51 batters in 48.1 innings. 2007: In 14 starts, led the DSL Red Sox in wins (five), ERA (1.76), and innings pitched (66.1). 2006: Made his professional debut...Pitched in 11 games (10 starts) for the DSL Red Sox. PERSONAL: Originally signed by the Boston Red Sox as a non-drafted free agent in 2006.

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CESAR CABRAL

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2006 DSL Red Sox-1 1 4 4.54 11 10 0 0 0 37.2 37 28 19 1 2 12 0 27 5 0 2007 DSL Red Sox 5 4 1.76 14 14 0 0 0 66.1 55 22 13 0 2 21 0 58 4 1 2008 GCL Red Sox 2 5 5.59 11 9 0 0 0 48.1 55 37 30 3 6 15 0 51 2 1 2009 Lowell 1 6 4.03 15 9 0 0 4 60.1 66 35 27 2 3 17 0 47 5 0 2010 Greenville 2 0 0.29 17 0 0 0 5 31.1 16 1 1 0 3 7 0 35 0 0 Salem 2 0 5.81 28 0 0 0 4 48.0 60 31 31 1 2 14 0 45 6 1 2011 Salem 1 0 1.62 12 0 0 0 8 16.2 15 5 3 0 0 5 0 24 2 0 Portland 2 4 3.52 24 0 0 0 1 38.1 41 17 15 3 1 16 0 46 2 2 2012 DID NOT PITCH - INJURED 2013 Tampa-2 0 0 2.57 5 0 0 0 0 7.0 6 2 2 0 1 8 1 5 2 0 Trenton 1 0 5.49 15 0 0 0 0 19.2 22 12 12 2 2 9 1 22 2 0 Scranton/WB 0 1 7.20 10 0 0 0 0 10.0 12 8 8 0 1 5 0 16 3 1 NEW YORK (AL) 0 0 2.45 8 0 0 0 0 3.2 3 1 1 0 1 1 0 6 2 0 2014 Trenton 1 3 5.62 25 0 0 0 0 32.0 30 25 20 2 3 23 1 37 7 0 Scranton/WB 0 0 9.45 7 0 0 0 0 6.2 6 7 7 1 0 11 0 7 1 0 NEW YORK (AL) 0 0 27.00 4 0 0 0 0 1.0 4 3 3 0 3 2 0 2 1 1 2015 Bowie-3 1 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 4.0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 Norfolk 2 1 4.95 45 0 0 0 2 40.0 42 23 22 0 3 19 1 43 6 0 BALTIMORE 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 Minor Lg. Totals 18 27 4.01 194 42 0 0 22 422.1 421 230 188 15 26 163 2 420 41 6 BALTIMORE Totals 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 American League 0 0 6.35 14 0 0 0 0 5.2 7 4 4 0 4 4 0 9 3 1 ML Totals 0 0 6.35 14 0 0 0 0 5.2 7 4 4 0 4 4 0 9 3 1

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ORIOLE PARK

RECORDS & HISTORY

MINOR LEAGUES

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2013 -- 8 0 0 0 0 2014 -- 4 0 0 0 0 2015 -- 2 0 0 0 0 Totals -- 14 0 0 0 0

2015 IN REVIEW

1- Signed by Boston as a non-drafted free agent on July 6, 2005 2- Acquired by New York (AL) in exchange for cash considerations on December 8, 2011 following his selection in the Rule 5 Draft by Kansas City 3- Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on December 24, 2014

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FULL NAME: Hunter Luke Harvey BORN: December 9, 1994

OPENING DAY AGE: 21

BIRTHPLACE: Catawba, NC

RESIDES: Soddy Daisy, TN

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.000 ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 22 overall) of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

HUNTER HARVEY

• Enters 2016 rated as the top Orioles prospect, according to Baseball Prospectus and MLB.com, and as the second-best prospect in the Orioles system by Baseball America • Rated as having the best curveball in the Orioles system, according to Baseball America • Was a non-roster invitee to Major League Spring Training • Did not pitch during the season due to shin and elbow injuries

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS

2014: Following the season, ranked as the second-best Orioles prospect, the No. 10 prospect in the South Atlantic League, and the best pitching prospect in the SAL according to Baseball America...Was the No. 41 prospect on MLB.com’s Top 100 Prospects list...Was the starting pitcher for the Northern Division in the SAL All-Star Game...Pitched in the Sirius XM All-Star Futures Game... Named the Organizational Pitcher of the Month for May after posting a 1.30 ERA (4 ER/27.2 IP) with 35 strikeouts...Struck out a season-high 10 batters over a season-high 7.0 innings, 5/12 vs. Lakewood...Recorded seven or more strikeouts in eight of his 17 starts with Class-A Delmarva...Went 4-0 with a 2.40 ERA (12 ER/45.0 IP) over nine home starts with the Shorebirds...Placed on the disabled list with a flexor mass strain on 7/31. 2013: After the season, rated as the fourth-best prospect in the Orioles system by Baseball America...Tossed a scoreless inning in his professional debut for the GCL Orioles, 7/19 vs. the GCL Rays...Struck out eight over 3.0 hitless innings, 8/1 vs. the GCL Red Sox...Debuted with Short-Season A Aberdeen, 8/20 vs. Hudson Valley...Across both levels, held right handers to a .148 batting average (8-for-54). PERSONAL: Attended Bandys (NC) HS...Is the son of former Major League pitcher Bryan Harvey.

MINOR LEAGUES

YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2013 GCL Orioles-1 0 0 1.35 5 5 0 0 0 13.1 10 2 2 0 0 2 0 18 0 1 Aberdeen 0 1 2.25 3 3 0 0 0 12.0 11 4 3 0 0 4 0 15 1 0 2014 Delmarva 7 5 3.18 17 17 0 0 0 87.2 66 39 31 5 11 33 0 106 3 1 2015 DID NOT PITCH – I NJURED Minor Lg. Totals 7 6 2.87 25 25 0 0 0 113.0 87 45 36 5 11 39 0 139 4 2 1- Selected by the Orioles in the first round (No. 22 overall) of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft

























RECORDS & HISTORY

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Only 16 pitchers have recorded 25 or more saves in their rookie season, including two Orioles. SV Pitcher 46 Craig Kimbrel 40 Neftali Feliz 37 Kaz Sasaki 36 Todd Worrell 35 Jonathan Papelbon 32 Jordan Walden 31 Billy Koch 30 Kerry Ligtenberg

Team Year ATL 2011 TEX 2010 SEA 2000 STL 1986 BOS 2006 LAA 2011 TOR 1999 ATL 1998

SV Pitcher 29 Rich Loiselle 29 Addison Reed 28 Jim Henderson 27 Gregg Olson 27 Mike MacDougal 26 Andrew Bailey 26 Lance Carter 25 Jorge Julio

Team Year PIT 1997 CWS 2012 MIL 2013 BAL 1989 KC 2003 OAK 2009 TB 2003 BAL 2002

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FULL NAME: Jonah Nathan Heim BORN: June 27, 1995

OPENING DAY AGE: 20

BIRTHPLACE: Amherst, NY

RESIDES: Amherst, NY

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PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Hit his first professional home run on 6/19 with Short-Season A Aberdeen...Doubled in five straight games, 8/6-12 with the GCL Orioles...Finished his season hitting safely in seven consecutive games, 8/6-16...Collected a season-high three RBI, going 2-for-4 with two doubles, 7/22 at the GCL Twins...Batted .273 (9-for-33) against LHP in the Gulf Coast League. 2013: Collected his first pro multi-hit game on 8/9, going 2-for-4 with a double and a run scored...Had a seven-game hitting streak, 8/9-21...Safely reached base in nine of his last 11 games. PERSONAL: Attended Amherst (NY) HS...Signed by Orioles scout Kirk Fredriksson. YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP OBP SLG 2013 GCL Orioles-1 .185 27 81 8 15 5 0 0 4 0 0 0 10 0 13 1 1 5 .275 .247 2014 GCL Orioles .244 26 78 8 19 9 0 0 5 1 0 1 6 0 9 3 0 1 .306 .359 Aberdeen .143 20 70 2 10 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 0 15 0 0 3 .164 .214 2015 GCL Orioles .333 2 6 2 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 .429 .500 Delmarva .248 43 149 13 37 8 1 1 16 0 1 1 6 0 26 0 0 3 .280 .336 Minor Lg. Totals .216 118 384 33 83 25 1 2 29 1 2 2 25 0 63 4 1 12 .266 .302

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ORIOLE PARK

RECORDS & HISTORY

1-Selected by the Orioles in the fourth round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft

2015 IN REVIEW

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Enters 2016 season ranked as the No. 15 Orioles prospect, according to Baseball America and as the No. 14 Orioles prospect by MLB.com • Rated as the best defensive catcher in the Orioles organization, according to Baseball America • Collected a season-high three RBI twice (4/9 vs. Greensboro and 4/28 at Savannah) • Slugged his first professional triple on 4/12 vs. Greensboro • With the Shorebirds, batted .315 (17-for-54) against left-handers • Hit .394 (13-for-33) in nine day games with Class-A Delmarva • Did not commit an error in 35 starts behind the plate for the Shorebirds, catching 13-of-47 (27.6%) would-be base stealers • Placed on Delmarva’s 7-day disabled list in late May with a left foot injury • Played in two rehab games for the GCL Orioles on 8/28-29 and batted .333/.429/.500 (2-for-6)

OPPONENTS

ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the fourth round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft.

MINOR LEAGUES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.000

MANAGER & COACHES

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016

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FULL NAME: Jerome O’Bryan Hoes BORN: March 5, 1990

OPENING DAY AGE: 26

BIRTHPLACE: Washington, DC

RESIDES: Mitchellville, MD

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 1.067 ACQUIRED: By the Orioles from Houston in exchange for cash considerations on November 25, 2015.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

L.J. HOES

HITS: 3, three times, last: 5/8/14 at DET…RUNS: 3, 8/23/13 vs. TOR…DOUBLES: 1, 12 times, last: 7/20/14 at CWS… TRIPLES: 1, twice, last: 8/16/13 at LAA…HOME RUNS: 1, four times, last: 7/22/14 at OAK…RBI: 3, twice, last: 5/13/14 vs. TEX…WALKS: 2, twice: 9/8/13 at OAK…HITTING STREAK: 9 games, 9/8-22/13.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

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• Started the season with Triple-A Fresno • Batted a combined .294/.381/.395 (113-for-385) between Triple-A Fresno and Houston • Posted a season-high eight-game hitting streak on 4/13-23, batting .500/.541/.676 (17-for-34) with six multi-hit efforts in that eight-game stretch • Registered 33 multi-hit efforts between Fresno and Houston • Went 5-for-5 with a double and one RBI on 4/22 vs. Triple-A Salt Lake, collecting his first five-hit game since 5/4/11 with Class-A Advanced Frederick • Hit .418/.467/.618 (23-for-55) over 15 games in April • Posted a .400 average in three away games for the Astros and hit .333 vs. left-handed pitchers

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Played in a career-high 55 games with the Astros...Made his first start on Opening Day in right field...Started in 35 games with Houston, 27 in LF, and eight in RF...Made the club out of Spring Training and started the year with Houston...Optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on 5/25 after appearing in 27 games...Was recalled to Houston on 6/25 and optioned back to Triple-A on 7/14...Played 10 games at Oklahoma City before being recalled back to the majors on 9/2, where he remained through the end of the season...Blasted a solo homer and walked on Opening Day vs. NYY...Went 3-for-3 with a run scored on 5/8 at DET...Marked his first multi-hit game of the season and tied his career-high in hits (last 8/18/13 at LAA)...With a hit in his next at-bat a day later, recorded a hit in four straight at-bats (all singles), the longest streak by an Astro up to that point...Batted .297 (38-for-128) in two stints (35 games) at Triple-A Oklahoma City...Posted a 12-game hitting streak with Oklahoma City from 6/12-24, batting .447 (21-for-47) in that span...Played 14 games for Leones del Caracas in the Venezuelan Winter League...Batted .322 (19-for-59) with four doubles and a homer. 2013: Played in 47 games with the Astros after coming to the organization from the Orioles as part of the RHP Bud Norris trade...Prior to the trade, was ranked by MLB.com as the Orioles seventh-best prospect...Was ranked as the Orioles No. 6 prospect prior to the season by Baseball America...Posted 14 multi-hit games...Made 41 starts for Houston: 40 in RF, one in CF... Made two appearances in LF...Started the season with Triple-A Norfolk...Was recalled from Triple-A on 7/28 and was traded... At the time of his recall, ranked third in the International League in OBP and sixth in walks...Recorded his first Major League hit on 8/1 at BAL against the player he was traded for: RHP Bud Norris...Slugged his first Major League home run on 8/18 at LAA. 2012: Entered the season as the Orioles fifth-best prospect, according to Baseball America...Named the Brooks Robinson Minor League Player of the Year in the Orioles organization...Started the season with Double-A Bowie...Posted a 10-game hitting streak from 4/24-5/4...Batted .300 with a .375 OBP, three homers, 38 RBI, and 54 runs scored in 82 games with Norfolk...Spent the majority of the year as the youngest player in the International League...Finished 32 plate appearances shy of qualifying among the IL leaders, where his .300 average would have ranked seventh...His .287 average between Double-A and Triple-A ranked fourth among Orioles minor leaguers...Ranked fifth among Orioles farmhands with 20 steals...Posted a 20-game hitting streak from 6/18-7/12, during which he batted .447 (34-for-77) with a home run, 12 RBI and 18 runs scored...The streak was tied for the second-longest in the IL in 2012 and was the fourth-longest in Tides franchise history...Ranked among Tides leaders in hits (second, 95), runs (tied for second, 54), steals (third, eight) and walks (fourth, 34)...Made his Major League debut as a pinch runner on 9/25 vs. TOR...Grounded out in his first-career Major League at-bat on 9/26 vs. TOR...Played for the Mesa Solar Sox in the Arizona Fall League in the offseason...Ranked as the Orioles sixth-best prospect by Baseball America following the season. 2011: Was promoted to Double-A Bowie from Class A-Advanced Frederick on 5/23...Named the Eastern League Player of the Week for the period ending on 8/1...Went 12-for-26 (.462) with one double, four home runs, seven RBI, six walks, two stolen bases, seven runs scored, a .962 slugging percentage and reached base safely in all eight games, with five multi-hit efforts during

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2008 Gulf Coast-1 .308 48 159 36 49 4 3 1 18 1 1 0 30 0 22 10 0 8 .390 .416 2009 Delmarva .260 119 431 42 112 19 0 2 47 4 4 3 23 1 80 20 5 10 .318 .299 2010 Aberdeen .464 8 28 8 13 5 1 1 5 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 .821 .531 Frederick .222 3 9 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 .222 .222 Bowie .278 97 353 52 98 19 2 3 44 2 2 3 53 1 70 10 8 17 .368 .375 2011 Frederick .241 41 158 23 38 7 0 3 17 1 1 3 10 0 25 4 2 7 .342 .297 Bowie .305 95 344 47 105 17 1 6 54 3 3 0 43 0 56 16 7 15 .413 .379 2012 Bowie .265 51 196 25 52 9 3 2 16 1 0 1 31 1 33 12 5 9 .372 .368 Norfolk .300 82 317 54 95 14 4 3 38 1 1 4 34 0 43 8 7 11 .397 .374 BALTIMORE .000 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 2013 Norfolk .304 99 365 62 111 25 1 3 40 1 1 5 58 0 56 7 7 13 .403 .406 BALTIMORE .000 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .000 HOUSTON-2 .287 46 167 24 48 7 2 1 10 0 1 1 12 0 34 7 1 4 .371 .337 2014 Oklahoma City .297 35 128 21 38 6 0 2 15 1 1 2 16 0 30 5 4 4 .391 .381 HOUSTON .172 55 122 12 21 5 0 3 11 1 3 0 10 0 31 0 0 5 .287 .230 2015 Fresno .295 99 370 69 109 24 3 3 53 1 3 3 52 1 62 26 8 8 .400 .383 HOUSTON .267 8 15 1 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 .267 .313 Minor Lg. Totals .288 777 2858 440 822 149 18 29 348 16 17 26 352 4 479 119 54 104 .383 .369 BALTIMORE Totals .000 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .000 American League .237 112 308 37 73 12 2 4 22 1 4 1 23 0 69 7 1 9 .328 .289 ML Totals .237 112 308 37 73 12 2 4 22 1 4 1 23 0 69 7 1 9 .328 .289

OPPONENTS

that week...Named the Orioles Player of the Month for July after batting .349 (37-for-106) with six doubles, four home runs, 21 RBI, 12 walks, seven stolen bases, and 18 runs scored with a .519 slugging percentage in 29 games...Ranked seventh in the Eastern League in batting average (.305)...Finished third in the club in stolen bases (16), fourth in hits (105) and RBI (54), and fifth in walks (43). 2010: Finished fifth in the Carolina League with a .375 OBP...Named the fourth-best prospect in the Orioles organization by Baseball America following the 2010 season...Hit .327 (16-for-49) with six doubles, eight walks and 10 runs scored in 14 games in May...Matched a career-high four hits on 7/24 vs. Myrtle Beach. 2009: Set a career-high with four hits twice (6/28 at Lakewood and 8/30 at Hagerstown)...Doubled three times on 8/25 at Lake County...Hit safely in 12 of his last 14 games, batting .377 (20-for-53) with six doubles, six RBI and 12 runs. 2008: Began his professional career with the GCL Orioles...Finished third in the Gulf Coast League in runs scored (36) and tied for the team lead in triples (three), while ranking second on the club in RBI (18) and stolen bases (10)...His .308 batting average was fourth on the club and he ended the season on a seven-game hitting streak from 8/18-27, during which he hit .360 (9-for-25) with a double, six runs scored, and three RBI. PERSONAL: Graduated from St. John’s High School in Washington, DC…Originally selected by the Orioles in the third round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft…Signed by Orioles scout Dean Albany…Was named after his father Jerome Hoes – to avoid confusion, he took the nickname L.J., which stands for Little Jerome…Engaged to fiancé, Ciara...The couple has a daughter, Jaxen.

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1- Selected by the Orioles in the third round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by Houston with Josh Hader and a 2014 First-Year Player Draft Competitive Balance Pick, Round A (selection No. 2) from the Orioles in exchange for RHP Bud Norris on July 31, 2013

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FULL NAME: Paul Ryan Janish BORN: October 12, 1982

OPENING DAY AGE: 33

BIRTHPLACE: Houston, TX

RESIDES: The Woodlands, TX

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 4.156 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on November 21, 2014.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

PAUL JANISH

HITS: 4, 7/4/10 at CHC…RUNS: 3, 7/4/10 at CHC…DOUBLES: 3, 9/15/09 vs. HOU…TRIPLES: 1, twice, last: 8/26/12 at SF…HOME RUNS: 1, seven times, last: 9/3/10 at STL…RBI: 4, 8/4/10 at PIT…WALKS: 3, 7/27/12 vs. PHI…HITTING STREAK: 8 games, 8/31-9/16/10.

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• Did not commit an error in 54 total chances at the Major League level...Owns a .983 career fielding percentage (1447 total chances, 24 errors) over 438 Major League games • Made nine starts with the Orioles (14 games)...All nine starts were made at shortstop...Made one appearance at second base 10/1 vs. TOR) • Had contract selected by the Orioles from Triple-A Norfolk on 8/25...Hit .235/.313/.272 (71-for-302) with nine extra-base hits, 21 RBI, and 29 R in 95 games with the Tides • Led International League shortstops with a .990 fielding percentage (407 total chances, four errors) at the time of his promotion

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Split the season between Triple-A Colorado Springs (COL) and Triple-A Omaha (KC)...Played 67 games with the Sky Sox, batting .234/.284/.301 in 226 plate appearances and 46 games with the Storm Chasers posting a .314/.375/.438 slash line in 172 plate appearances...Recorded hits in eight of his first 11 games with Colorado Springs...Hit safely in a season-high eight straight games, 8/7-15, hitting .467/.500/.667 in 33 plate appearances during that span...Went 4-for-4 with a double and a run scored, 7/13 at Colorado Springs...Registered 14 RBI over 27 August games. 2013: Appeared on Atlanta’s NLDS roster and made one appearance as a defensive replacement in Game 4 at LAD (NL)… Did not commit an error in 52 chances between second base (22), third base (20), and shortstop (10)…Went 2-for-3 in his start on 9/4 vs. NYM, his only multi-hit game of the season…Recalled by the Braves on 6/21 and appeared in 52 games…Opened the 2013 season on the 15-day DL while recovering from left shoulder surgery performed on 10/8/12 to repair a dislocation suffered in 2012…Began a rehab assignment with Triple-A Gwinnett on 4/15, was reinstated from the DL 5/10 and optioned to Gwinnett. 2012: Acquired by the Braves from Cincinnati in exchange for Todd Redmond on 7/14…Committed only two errors in 231 chances at shortstop (.991 fielding percentage) with Atlanta…Began the season at Triple-A Louisville and won the season’s first International League Batter of the Week (4 G, .429 AVG, 2 HR, 14 TB, 1.000 SLG)…Suffered a fractured left wrist when he was hit by a pitch on 4/28 at Norfolk (placed on DL, 4/30)…Entered the game on 9/18 at MIA in the ninth inning and suffered a dislocated left shoulder while diving…Underwent successful surgery to repair his dislocated left shoulder on 10/8 by Dr. Xavier Duralde in Atlanta…Re-signed by Atlanta to a one-year contract on 10/11. 2011: Led the team in starts at shortstop (103 games, 80 starts), also played second base (five starts), and third base (eight games, five starts)…Made all five starts at third between 4/26-5/11, while Scott Rolen was disabled…Made four consecutive starts at second base from 8/7-11, while Brandon Phillips was injured, and his other start at second base in the season finale… Began the season with the Reds and hit .227 in 68 appearances before being optioned to Triple-A Louisville on 7/7, when Zack Cozart was promoted…Rejoined Cincinnati on 7/24, when Cozart went on the disabled list. 2010: From 8/3-9/3, he started at shortstop in all 27 games while Orlando Cabrera was disabled, going 25-for-95 (.263) with three homers and 12 RBI…The Reds went 18-9 in that span…Did not commit an error in his first 53 defensive appearances of the season…From 8/31-9/16, he hit safely in a career-high eight straight games (.355, 1 HR, 5 RBI)…In the fifth inning of NLCS Game 2, he pinch hit for an injured Orlando Cabrera and finished the game at shortstop. 2009: In his first full season in the majors, spent the last two months as the Reds starting shortstop…After 8/14, he led all MLB shortstops with a .995 fielding percentage (did not qualify for new team records)…On 5/25 vs. HOU, he started at third base, his first Major League appearance at that position and seventh professional appearance there (six games in 2007 for Chattanooga)… Became the first Reds batter with three doubles in a game since Jorge Cantu on 9/21/07 at SF…Pitched the ninth inning of a 15-3 loss on 5/6 vs. MIL (1.0 IP, 5 H, 5 ER, 2 K) and the eighth inning of a 22-1 loss on 7/6 at PHI (1.0 IP, 4 H, 6 ER, 2 BB, 1 K)… Became the first Reds position player to pitch since Lenny Harris threw a scoreless inning on 6/1/98 at SF and the first to pitch more than once in the same season since OF Mel Queen (seven times in 1966).

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DIVISION SERIES YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2010 CIN vs. SF .000 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 2013 ATL vs. LAD - 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - Totals .000 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 JANISH PITCHING YEAR CLUB W 2009 CINCINNATI 0 National League 0 ML Totals 0

L ERA G GS CG SHO SV 0 49.50 2 0 0 0 0 0 49.50 2 0 0 0 0 0 49.50 2 0 0 0 0

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2004 Billings-1 .263 66 205 39 54 11 0 2 22 7 1 5 45 0 45 7 3 2 .346 .406 2005 Dayton .245 55 208 30 51 10 2 5 29 8 4 5 29 2 38 5 2 1 .385 .346 2006 Dayton .398 26 98 19 39 6 0 5 18 0 2 1 7 0 10 0 0 0 .612 .435 Sarasota .278 91 335 53 93 17 2 9 55 7 7 6 38 0 39 8 2 8 .421 .355 Chattanooga .267 4 15 1 4 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 1 .333 .313 2007 Chattanooga .244 88 324 46 79 21 2 1 20 5 3 9 50 0 54 10 3 5 .330 .358 Louisville .221 55 199 20 44 8 1 3 19 11 1 2 14 1 31 2 0 7 .317 .278 2008 Louisville .252 92 318 45 80 20 1 7 42 10 2 9 26 3 71 2 0 8 .387 .324 CINCINNATI .188 38 80 5 15 2 0 1 6 0 0 2 7 0 18 0 0 2 .250 .270 2009 CINCINNATI .211 90 256 36 54 21 0 1 16 5 0 5 26 1 40 2 0 8 .305 .296 2010 CINCINNATI .260 82 200 23 52 10 0 5 25 3 1 2 22 2 30 1 3 4 .385 .338 2011 Louisville .256 13 43 9 11 2 0 1 3 0 1 2 7 0 4 1 0 1 .372 .377 CINCINNATI .214 114 336 27 72 14 1 0 23 3 5 4 18 1 46 3 2 7 .262 .259 2012 Louisville .237 49 169 27 40 12 1 4 11 1 0 4 20 0 26 0 1 5 .391 .332 ATLANTA-2 .186 55 167 18 31 6 1 0 9 0 0 2 17 0 30 1 0 1 .234 .269 2013 Gwinnett .207 41 135 11 28 5 0 0 12 1 1 2 13 0 32 0 0 4 .244 .285 ATLANTA .171 52 41 7 7 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 11 0 0 3 .220 .222 2014 Colorado Springs-3 .234 67 209 18 49 9 1 1 19 1 1 2 13 0 35 1 2 6 .301 .284 Omaha-4 .314 46 153 17 48 11 1 2 17 4 0 0 15 0 18 0 3 4 .438 .375 2015 Norfolk-5 .235 95 302 29 71 7 2 0 21 5 2 4 31 0 41 2 1 6 .272 .313 BALTIMORE .286 14 35 4 10 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 .371 .278 Minor Lg. Totals .255 788 2713 364 691 140 13 40 290 60 25 51 309 6 449 38 17 58 .360 .339 BALTIMORE Totals .286 14 35 4 10 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 .371 .278 American League .286 14 35 4 10 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 .371 .278 National League .214 431 1080 116 231 55 2 7 81 11 7 15 93 4 175 7 5 25 .288 .284 ML Totals .216 445 1115 120 241 58 2 7 84 11 8 15 93 4 178 7 5 25 .291 .284

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2008: Began the season with Triple-A Louisville and was promoted on 5/14 after Jeff Keppinger suffered a broken left kneecap…Made 38 appearances during two stints with the Reds (5/14-6/25 and 9/9-end of the season)…Made all 18 of his starts at shortstop…Made his Major League debut on 5/14 vs. FLA when he entered the game as a defensive replacement and drove in the game-ending run on his first career hit, a single off Renyel Pinto…Became the first player to produce a walk-off RBI in his MLB debut since Florida’s Miguel Cabrera on 6/20/03 vs. TB and the first Reds player to do so since Eric Owens on 6/6/95 vs. PIT… Became the first player to produce a game-winner with his first career hit since Reds pitcher Randy Keisler (5/24/05 vs. WAS)… Hit his first career home run on 9/17 vs. STL (T. Wellemeyer)…Was 1-of-10 Reds players to make his Major League debut. 2007: At the time of his promotion from Double-A Chattanooga to Triple-A Louisville on 7/8, he ranked second in the Southern League in doubles (21) and tied for fifth among all Double-A players in walks (50)…On 8/9, he hit a grand slam vs. Indianapolis, it was his first career grand slam and first Triple-A homer…Participated in his first Major League Spring Training camp and was added to the 40-man roster on 11/20. 2006: While with Sarasota, he struck out just once every 10.08 plate appearances, the fourth-best ratio in the Florida State League…Was rated by Baseball America as the best defensive infielder in the Reds organization for the second straight year. 2005: On 6/8, he had season-ending “Tommy John” surgery to repair the torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow performed by Dr. Timothy Kremcheck…Was rated by Baseball America as the best defensive infielder in the Reds organization (also 2006). 2004: Following his first professional season, he was the first recipient of the Dernell Stenson Award as Most Valuable Player of the Florida Instructional League. PERSONAL: Attended Rice University in Houston and helped the Owls win the College World Series in 2003…Graduated from Cypress Creek High School in Houston…Signed by Reds scout Mike Powers…Last name is pronounced YAHN-ish…Married, wife’s name is Maria...The couple has two sons, Luke and Cole.

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FIELDING SS PCT G PO A E DP 2008 .973 36 31 78 3 13 2009 .991 82 110 212 3 54 2010 .981 62 88 119 4 33 2011 .974 103 126 256 10 45 2012 .991 55 63 166 2 34 2013 1.000 6 2 8 0 1 2015 1.000 13 16 31 0 7 Totals .983 357 436 870 22 187

3B PCT G PO A E DP 2009 1.000 2 1 3 0 1 2010 1.000 11 5 16 0 2 2011 .889 8 1 7 1 0 2013 1.000 36 3 17 0 2 Totals .981 57 10 43 1 5

P PCT G PO A E DP 2009 - 2 0 0 0 0 Totals - 2 0 0 0 0

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THE BABE RUTH BIRTHPLACE & MUSEUM On February 6, 1895, George Herman “Babe” Ruth was born at 216 Emory Street in a Baltimore rowhouse located “just a long fly ball” from Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The Birthplace is one of the top baseball museums in the country, featuring an extensive collection of Ruthian artifacts and mementos, as well as serving as the official museum of the Baltimore Orioles and the archives of the Baltimore Colts and Johnny Unitas. The Museum showcases different aspects of baseball in exhibits throughout the year. The Museum also hosts appearances by past, present and future Orioles and other Major League stars, as well as nationally known authors of sports publications for lectures and book signings. Striving to exhibit its growing collection, the Museum opened Sports Legends at Camden Yards in May, 2005 in Camden Station, adjacent to Oriole Park. Orioles owner Peter Angelos donated $1,000,000 to make the Camden Station project a reality. The historic train station features many displays on the Orioles and Ruth, a full-size theatre, virtual reality exhibits and hands-on learning areas for children, including a discovery room, classrooms and much more. The Museum continues to maintain the current Babe Ruth Birthplace on Emory Street, with shuttle bus service between the sites. For Museum information, call 410-727-1539 or visit www.baberuthmuseum.com.

DID YOU KNOW? • O’s infielder Wayne Gross became the first player in major league history to hit at least 10 homers and driver in fewer than 20 runs in a season in 1985. He hit 11 HR and drove in 18 runs. O’s catcher Chris Hoiles holds the record for fewest RBI (40) for a player with 20 home runs in a season, when he did it in 1992. • The last time a team had a right-handed and left-handed pitcher each win 20 games in a season in the American League was 1980, when RHP Steve Stone (25) and LHP Scott McGregor (20) did it for the Orioles. • Orioles Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Palmer is the only pitcher to win a World Series game in three different decades.

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FULL NAME: Joseph Anthony Mancini BORN: March 18, 1992

OPENING DAY AGE: 24

BIRTHPLACE: Winter Haven, FL

RESIDES: Lake Wales, FL

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PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Named a South Atlantic League mid-season All-Star...Posted a 17-game hitting streak, 5/22-6/6, during which he hit .429 (30-for-70), including 11 multi-hit games...Hit .375 (18-for-48) against left handers...Batted .373 (44-for-118) over 30 May games... Hit .358 (29-for-81) with RISP and .329 (46-for-140) with runners on base as a Shorebird...Batted .306 (15-for-49) with runners on base and two outs for the Keys. 2013: Named the Topps/Minor League Baseball Player of the Year for the Short-Season A New York-Penn League...Set singleseason franchise records in hits (84) and batting average (.328), both good for second in the NYPL...Tied for third in the league in runs scored (43) and finished with the league’s fourth-highest on-base percentage (.382)...Named a NYPL mid-season All-Star. PERSONAL: Attended the University of Notre Dame (IN)...Signed by Orioles scout Kirk Fredriksson. YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP OBP SLG 2013 Aberdeen-1 .328 68 256 43 84 18 2 3 35 0 4 5 20 2 43 3 1 6 .382 .449 2014 Delmarva .317 68 268 30 85 13 3 3 42 0 4 5 14 0 52 1 1 13 .357 .422 Frederick .251 69 275 37 69 19 0 7 41 0 2 4 14 0 43 0 1 9 .295 .396 2015 Frederick .314 52 207 28 65 14 3 8 32 0 1 0 9 1 35 4 2 7 .341 .527 Bowie .359 84 326 60 117 29 3 13 57 0 5 1 22 1 58 2 1 11 .395 .586 Minor Lg. Totals .315 341 1332 198 420 93 11 34 207 0 16 15 79 4 231 10 6 46 .356 .478

TREY MANCINI 2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Enters 2016 ranked as one of the top Orioles prospects according to Baseball America (No. 8), Baseball Prospectus (No. 6), and MLB.com (No. 6) • Named the Brooks Robinson Minor League Player of the Year • Was one of five finalists for the USA Today Minor League Baseball Player of the Year honor after leading all of MiLB with 182 hits • Selected to Baseball America’s Minor League Second Team • Rated as the No. 16 prospect in the Carolina League and the No. 18 prospect in the Eastern League by Baseball America after the season • Was a MiLB.com Organization All-Star • Led all Orioles Minor League hitters in the triple crown categories with a .341 batting average, 21 home runs, and 89 RBI • Began the season with Class A-Advanced Frederick • Recorded a seven-game hitting streak (.533, 16-for-30) from 5/20-27 • Hit safely in 23-of-26 games with the Keys, batting .392/.431/.618 (40-for-102) with eight doubles, five home runs, and 16 RBI from 5/6-6/2 • Chosen as the CL Player of the Month for May after batting .362/.403/.578 (42-for-116) in 29 games that month • Selected as the Organizational Player of the Month in May, June (.365/.407/.703), and August (.357/.408/.598) • Debuted with Double-A Bowie on 6/5 • Was awarded the EL batting title with an adjusted batting average of .330 and the EL slugging percentage title with an adjusted mark of .538 • Finished fourth in the EL with 45 extra-base hits despite playing in only 84 games for Bowie • Named the EL Player of the Week for the period of 6/15-21 • Tied for Bowie’s club lead with 35 multi-hit games • Logged a season-high three extra-base hits (two doubles and a home run) on 7/18 vs. Harrisburg • Batted .337 (138-for-410) vs. right-handers and .358 (44-for-123) vs. left-handers • Recorded a season-high four hits in a game twice with the Baysox (8/6 at Binghamton and 9/6 at Erie) • Drew two walks and scored two runs in Bowie’s decisive Game 5 win over Reading in the Eastern League Championship Series

RECORDS & HISTORY

ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the eighth round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft.

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FULL NAME: Alfredo Marte BORN: March 31, 1989

OPENING DAY AGE: 27

BIRTHPLACE: Santo Domingo, DR

RESIDES: Santo Domingo, DR

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.135 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on December 15, 2015.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS HITS: 2, three times, last: 5/3/14 at SD…RBI: 4, 7/25/14 at PHI…HITTING STREAK: 3 games, six times, last: 8/24-27/14.

ALFREDO MARTE

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

2015 IN REVIEW

• Appeared in five games over two stints with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (5/28-31 and 6/21-23) • Hit a grand slam and recorded a season-high six RBI with Triple-A Salt Lake on 5/15 at Tacoma • Posted 12 multi-RBI games with the Bees • Finished third on Salt Lake in RBI (55) and walks (36) • Recorded a 10-game hitting streak (.463, 19-for-41) with seven RBI and nine runs scored from 4/20-5/2 • Hit .366 (26-for-71) with 25 RBI for the Bees in 20 May games • Batted .342 (41-for-120) with RISP while playing for Salt Lake

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY

2014: Split the season with Triple-A Reno and the Arizona Diamondbacks...Led the Pacific Coast League with a .343 batting average through June...Slugged a pinch-hit grand slam for his first Major League home run on 7/25 at PHI, becoming the first Diamondback to record a grand slam as his first career home run...Hit .370 (50-for-135) in 40 home games with Reno. 2013: Made Arizona’s Opening Day roster and debuted in the Major Leagues on 4/2 vs. STL...Recorded his first Major League hit and RBI on 4/8 vs. PIT...Suffered facial fractures after a hit by pitch and was on the disabled list, 5/21-6/15...Batted .296 (24for-81) with RISP while playing for Reno. 2012: Finished second on Double-A Mobile in hits (117), home runs (20), RBI (75), and total bases (208)...Ranked second in the Southern League in slugging percentage and fifth in batting average...Named a Southern League mid-season and post-season All-Star...Named MVP of the SL All-Star Game after going 2-for-2 with a double and an RBI...Started in the MLB Futures Game at Kauffman Stadium...Slugged two home runs on 8/17 vs. Pensacola. 2011: Combined to hit .303 (59-for-195) vs. right-handers with Class A-Advanced Visalia and Mobile...Hit two home runs with Visalia on 7/16 at Stockton. 2010: Ranked fourth on Visalia in RBI (61) and total bases (193)...Hit .327 (33-for-101) in 26 July games...Registered a seasonhigh five hits on 7/4 at Lake Elsinore. 2009: Led Class-A South Bend in hits (119), doubles (27), RBI (71), and total bases (173)...Named a Midwest League midseason All-Star. 2008: Ranked fourth in the Northwest League with 19 stolen bases...Spent the season with Short-Season A Yakima...Hit .333 (18-for-54) in 13 June games. 2007: Led the Dominican Summer League in hits (87) and finished fifth in batting average (.328) among qualifying hitters. 2006: Collected a single and two RBI in his professional debut with the DSL Diamondbacks on 6/3 at the DSL Yankees2. PERSONAL: Originally signed by the Arizona Diamondbacks as a non-drafted free agent on 12/12/05...Signed by Diamondbacks scout Junior Noboa.

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FIELDING OF PCT G PO A E DP 2013 1.000 9 11 0 0 0 2014 .953 27 40 1 2 1 2015 1.000 3 2 0 0 0 Totals .964 39 53 1 2 1

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP OBP SLG 2006 DSL Diamondbacks-1 .250 19 68 9 17 4 0 1 10 0 1 2 5 0 10 0 1 1 .316 .353 DSL Diamondbacks .328 67 265 30 87 19 4 4 45 0 2 5 17 2 37 3 1 10 .377 .475 2007 2008 Yakima .251 70 267 37 67 18 0 1 27 6 2 6 24 0 44 19 5 11 .324 .330 2009 South Bend .251 120 475 49 119 27 3 7 71 2 0 4 25 0 78 5 2 15 .294 .364 2010 Visalia .260 130 516 76 134 26 3 9 61 4 3 8 34 1 107 9 5 14 .314 .374 2011 Visalia .299 59 234 35 70 15 3 7 33 0 0 2 14 0 43 5 0 7 .344 .479 Mobile .233 17 43 4 10 1 0 1 6 0 1 1 4 0 10 1 0 0 .306 .326 2012 Mobile .294 113 398 68 117 25 3 20 75 0 3 11 34 1 72 6 6 12 .363 .523 2013 Reno .280 86 311 37 87 24 1 7 48 0 4 6 22 1 63 2 1 10 .335 .431 ARIZONA .186 22 43 4 8 3 0 0 4 0 0 1 4 0 12 0 0 0 .271 .256 2014 Reno .319 78 270 46 86 15 3 11 45 0 4 4 39 0 60 6 0 3 .407 .519 ARIZONA .170 44 106 8 18 5 1 2 9 1 0 1 6 0 34 1 0 2 .221 .292 2015 Salt Lake-2 .318 97 343 54 109 25 3 7 55 0 5 2 36 2 81 7 2 4 .381 .469 LOS ANGELES-AL .333 5 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 .500 .333 Minor Lg. Totals .283 856 3190 445 903 199 23 75 476 12 25 51 254 7 605 63 23 87 .343 .430 American League .333 5 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 .500 .333 National League .174 66 149 12 26 8 1 2 13 1 0 2 10 0 46 1 0 2 .236 .282 ML Totals .181 71 155 12 28 8 1 2 13 1 0 3 11 0 47 1 0 2 .249 .284

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OZZIE MARTINEZ INF

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FULL NAME: Osvaldo Martinez BORN: May 7, 1988

OPENING DAY AGE: 27

BIRTHPLACE: Carolina, PR

RESIDES: Carolina, PR

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.063 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on November 11, 2014.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

OZZIE MARTINEZ

HITS: 2, five times, last: 10/3/10 vs. PIT…RUNS: 2, twice, last: 10/3/10 vs. PIT…WALKS: 2, 9/24/10 at MIL…HITTING STREAK: 4 games, 9/30-10/3/10.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

2015 IN REVIEW

• Led the Eastern League with a .973 fielding percentage among qualifying shortstops while playing for Double-A Bowie • Collected four hits in a game for the first time since 2011 on 5/15 vs. Richmond • Posted an eight-game hitting streak (.391, 9-for-23) from 5/23-30 • Slugged a grand slam on 6/12 vs. Portland • Recorded a season-high two doubles on 7/16 vs. Harrisburg • During Double-A Bowie’s championship run, hit safely in eight-of-nine playoff games, batting .367 (11-for-30) in those games

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY

2014: Began the season with Double-A Chattanooga before being traded to the Atlanta Braves on 5/18...Hit .302 (16-for-53) against left handers with Gwinnett and batted .328 (45-for-137) at home...Hit .310 (26-for-84) with 10 RBI in August. 2013: Spent the majority of the season with Chattanooga...Hit .306 (22-for-72) in June with the Lookouts. 2012: Began the season with Triple-A Charlotte, batting .178 for the Knights before being acquired by the Los Angeles Dodgers on 7/10...Spent the remainder of the season with Triple-A Albuquerque, posting a .313 clip (10-for-32) in July. 2011: Started the season with Triple-A New Orleans before being promoted to the Florida Marlins for his second stint in the Major Leagues...Was traded to the Chicago White Sox, 9/29. 2010: Batted .302 (156-for-516) with 28 doubles and 54 RBI before being called up to the Marlins...Made his Major League debut on 9/19 as a pinch-hitter and walked...Logged his first Major League hit on 9/20 vs. STL. 2009: Hit .292 (69-for-236) on the road with Jupiter...Batted .292 (26-for-89) in May and .329 (26-for-79) in June...Posted a .347 clip (17-for-49) with RISP and two outs. 2008: Hit .317 (76-for-240) against right-handers and .318 (55-for-173) at home...Posted a .343 (24-for-70) mark in July...Went 3-for-3 with four RBI with the bases loaded. 2007: Spent the season with Jamestown of the New York-Penn League. 2006: Collected his first professional hit on 6/23...Hit .298 (17-for-57) in August. PERSONAL: Attended Porterville College (CA)...Originally selected by the Florida Marlins in the 11th round of the 2006 FirstYear Player Draft.

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RECORDS & HISTORY

MINOR LEAGUES

FIELDING SS PCT G PO A E DP 2010 1.000 11 10 22 0 3 2011 .750 6 0 3 1 0 Totals .972 17 10 25 1 3 3B PCT G PO A E DP 2011 - 1 0 0 0 0 Totals - 1 0 0 0 0

OZZIE MARTINEZ

1- Selected by Florida in the 11th round of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by Chicago (AL) with RHP Jhan Marinez from Florida in exchange for RHP Ricardo Andres and manager Ozzie Guillen on September 29, 2011 3- Acquired by Los Angeles (NL) from Chicago (AL) in exchange for cash considerations on July 10, 2012 4- Acquired by Atlanta from Los Angeles (NL) in exchange for LHP Adrian Rivero on May 18, 2014 5- Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on November 11, 2014

2015 IN REVIEW

YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP OBP SLG 2006 GCL Marlins-1 .263 49 171 21 45 4 1 1 21 3 1 0 19 0 21 7 4 4 .335 .316 2007 Jupiter - 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 Jamestown .184 38 114 8 21 5 0 0 6 4 0 1 11 0 25 8 2 3 .262 .228 2008 Greensboro .296 85 304 44 90 11 3 6 29 8 2 4 13 0 46 5 5 12 .331 .411 2009 Jupiter .254 130 433 54 110 16 5 1 45 5 2 4 41 0 51 16 4 15 .323 .321 2010 Jacksonville .302 130 516 90 156 28 4 5 54 11 2 9 49 0 64 13 9 10 .372 .401 FLORIDA .326 14 43 8 14 4 1 0 2 1 0 0 4 0 6 1 0 0 .383 .465 2011 New Orleans .245 88 339 43 83 15 1 3 26 3 3 5 21 0 57 11 4 9 .296 .322 FLORIDA .130 20 23 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 1 .130 .130 2012 Charlotte-2 .178 60 214 15 38 11 0 0 13 4 0 2 10 0 34 4 0 6 .221 .229 Albuquerque-3 .255 39 102 8 26 2 0 0 8 2 0 0 6 0 14 0 0 0 .296 .275 2013 Chattanooga .249 76 253 20 63 11 0 4 19 3 0 2 19 0 35 5 4 5 .307 .340 Albuquerque .233 13 43 6 10 4 1 0 4 0 0 0 7 0 6 1 0 0 .340 .372 2014 Chattanooga .176 33 108 10 19 2 1 2 11 2 2 1 9 0 20 1 0 1 .242 .269 Gwinnett-4 .288 78 243 26 70 11 2 0 22 4 2 0 20 3 29 4 0 11 .340 .350 2015 Bowie-5 .252 122 433 48 109 14 1 2 30 3 3 2 36 1 65 9 4 9 .310 .303 Minor Lg. Totals .257 942 3273 393 840 134 19 24 288 52 17 30 262 4 467 84 36 85 .316 .331 National League .258 34 66 8 17 4 1 0 3 1 0 0 4 0 15 1 0 1 .300 .348 ML Totals .258 34 66 8 17 4 1 0 3 1 0 0 4 0 15 1 0 1 .300 .348

OPPONENTS

OZZIE MARTINEZ

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FULL NAME: Andrew Allen Oliver BORN: December 3, 1987

OPENING DAY AGE: 28

BIRTHPLACE: Vermilion, OH

RESIDES: Greenville, TX

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.034 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on July 16, 2015.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

ANDY OLIVER

LONGEST OUTING: 6.0 innings, three times, last: 5/29/11 vs. BOS…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 6, 6/30/10 at MIN…WALK HIGH: 5, twice, last: 6/3/11 at CWS…HR ALLOWED: 2, 5/29/11 vs. BOS…WINNING STREAK: None…LOSING STREAK: 5 games, 6/25/10-6/3/11

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

2015 IN REVIEW

• Went 2-0 with a 3.55 ERA (5 ER/12.2 IP) and 22 strikeouts in 10 relief appearances for Philadelphia during Major League Spring Training • Signed with Tampa Bay as a free agent to a minor league contract in April • Began the season with Triple-A Durham and recorded an eight-game scoreless streak (11.1 IP) from 4/29-5/22 • Earned the win in his first game with Triple-A Norfolk on 7/18 at Charlotte • Struck out a season-high five (3.0 IP) on 8/1 at Lehigh Valley • Held right handers to a .206 batting average (28-for-136) and left-handers to a .214 clip (15-for-70) • Posted a 2.50 ERA (5 ER/18.0 IP) in nine August appearances

OPPONENTS

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK

2014: Was an International League mid-season All-Star...Held opposing batters to a .157 clip (35-for-223), the best mark among all qualified IL relievers...His 11.95 strikeouts per 9.0 IP ranked second in the IL among qualifying relievers...Finished fifth in the IL in games finished (32)...Converted his first 11 save opportunities...Earned his first professional save (2.0 IP, 4 K) on 4/11 vs. Toledo...Selected by Philadelphia in the Rule 5 Draft on 12/11. 2013: Led the IL with 138 strikeouts and led all qualifying starters with a .220 batting average against...Named IL Pitcher of the Week for 5/6-13 after going 2-0 with a 0.82 ERA (1 ER/11.0 IP)...Had a season-best 14.0-inning scoreless streak that spanned three games, 4/4-14...Recorded a season-high 10 strikeouts (6.0 IP) on 4/19 at Louisville...After the season, pitched for Tigres de Aragua in the Venezuelan Winter League. 2012: Struck out a season-high nine batters twice (4/13 at Indianapolis and 5/16 vs. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre)...As a reliever with Toledo, went 1-0 with a 3.78 ERA (7 ER/16.2 IP) in nine outings...Held left-handers to a .228 batting average (28-for-123)...Went 3-0 with a 1.46 ERA (4 ER/24.2 IP) over four starts from 4/23-5/10...Was on the disabled list with a left shoulder strain, 7/13-26... Traded to Pittsburgh on 12/5. 2011: Tied for third in the International League in strikeouts (143)...Ranked fourth among qualifying IL starters with 8.76 strikeouts per 9.0 IP...Recalled by Detroit on 5/28...After the season, pitched for Salt River in the Arizona Fall League. 2010: Went 4-0 with a 2.95 ERA (12 ER/36.2 IP) over seven starts from 4/18-5/18 with Double-A Erie...Recorded a season-high 10 strikeouts (5.0 IP) on 4/29 at Bowie...Selected to the U.S. Team for the MLB Futures Game...Made his Major League debut on 6/25 at ATL (L, 6.0 IP, 2 ER)...Allowed three earned runs or fewer in eight of his nine starts for Triple-A Toledo...Following the season, rated by Baseball America as the No. 13 and No. 19 prospect in the Eastern League and IL, respectively. 2009: Pitched for the Peoria Javelinas in the Arizona Fall League...After the season, named the fourth-best prospect in the Detroit Tigers organization by Baseball America. PERSONAL: Went 6-0 with a 0.40 ERA and 108 strikeouts over 52.2 innings as a senior at Vermilion (OH) HS...Went 18-9 with a 4.02 ERA in three seasons at Oklahoma State University...Was an All-Big-12 Conference Selection as a sophomore in 2008... Pitched for Team USA in the 2008 summer...Originally selected by the Minnesota Twins in the 17th round of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign...Selected by the Detroit Tigers in the second round (58th overall) of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft...Signed by Tigers scout Chris Wimmer.

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2010 Erie-1 6 4 3.61 14 14 0 0 0 77.1 74 35 31 7 1 25 0 70 6 0 Toledo 3 4 3.23 9 9 0 0 0 53.0 43 23 19 6 1 25 0 49 1 0 DETROIT 0 4 7.36 5 5 0 0 0 22.0 26 22 18 3 2 13 2 18 3 0 2011 Toledo 8 12 4.71 26 26 0 0 0 147.0 149 83 77 15 4 80 0 143 13 1 DETROIT 0 1 6.52 2 2 0 0 0 9.2 11 7 7 3 2 8 0 5 1 0 2012 Toledo 5 9 4.88 28 19 0 0 0 118.0 103 70 64 7 3 88 0 112 18 0 2013 Indianapolis-2 5 4 4.05 29 24 0 0 0 124.1 99 63 56 6 5 112 2 138 7 0 2014 Indianapolis-3 3 4 2.53 48 0 0 0 13 64.0 35 24 18 3 4 47 3 85 9 1 2015 Durham-4 1 1 3.86 25 0 0 0 1 28.0 20 13 12 3 6 24 0 32 6 0 Norfolk-5 3 1 3.72 16 0 0 0 0 29.0 23 12 12 1 0 16 0 34 7 0 Minor Lg. Totals 34 39 4.06 195 92 0 0 14 640.2 546 323 289 48 18 417 5 663 67 2 American League 0 5 7.11 7 7 0 0 0 31.2 37 29 25 6 4 21 2 23 4 0 ML Totals 0 5 7.11 7 7 0 0 0 31.2 37 29 25 6 4 21 2 23 4 0

MANAGER & COACHES

ANDY OLIVER

MEDIA

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RECORDS & HISTORY

MINOR LEAGUES

OPPONENTS

2015 IN REVIEW

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2010 .667 5 0 2 1 0 2011 1.000 2 0 1 0 0 Totals .750 7 0 3 1 0

ANDY OLIVER

1- Selected by the Detroit in the second round of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by Pittsburgh from Detroit in exchange for C Ramon Cabrera on December 5, 2012 3- Selected by Philadelphia in the Rule 5 Draft on December 11, 2014 4- Signed by Tampa Bay as a minor league free agent on April 17, 2015 5- Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on July 17, 2015

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RIGHT

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5’10

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FULL NAME: Audris Joel Perez BORN: December 23, 1988 OPENING DAY AGE: 27 BIRTHPLACE: Sabana Grande de Palenque, DR RESIDES: Santo Domingo, DR CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.030 ACQUIRED: By the Orioles from Colorado in exchange for cash considerations on April 2, 2015.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

AUDRY PEREZ

• Spent his first season in the Orioles organization • Posted a .996 fielding percentage in 78 games at catcher (71 starts) for Triple-A Norfolk • Collected a season-high two extra-base hits and three RBI on 6/23 at Columbus • Logged an 11-game hitting streak (.364, 16-for-44) from 8/19-9/1

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY

2014: Hit a grand slam and registered a season-high five RBI in his first game of the season with Triple-A Memphis on 4/5 at Iowa...Hit safely in 10-of-11 April games, batting .386 (17-for-44)...Recorded a seven-game hitting streak (.290, 9-for-31) from 6/18-7/3...Appeared in a game with St. Louis as a pinch-hitter and walked on 7/10 vs. PIT...Hit .313 (20-for-64) vs. left-handers with Memphis. 2013: Received an invitation to St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training camp...At the end of the season, was rated as the best defensive catcher in the Cardinals organization by Baseball America...Made Major League debut on 9/15 vs. SEA, catching 2.0 innings...Threw out 40.2% (31-of-77) of attempted base stealers between Double-A Springfield and Triple-A Memphis...Caught 26-of-61 (42.6%) attempted base stealers in Springfield, which helped the Cardinals to the highest caught stealing percentage rate in the Texas League (53-of-125, 42.4%)...While with Springfield, slugged a grand slam and a season-high five RBI, 7/3 vs. Corpus Christi...Recorded at least one RBI in five consecutive games (10 RBI total) from 6/28-7/6...Debuted with Triple-A Memphis on 7/10...Hit safely in 16 of his final 20 games (.254, 18-for-71) with Memphis. 2012: Was a Texas League mid-season All-Star...Logged 21 multi-hit efforts with Springfield...Threw out a Texas League best 42.0% (29-of-69) of attempted base stealers...Hit .304 (21-for-69) vs. left-handers...Batted .359 (23-for-64) in June...Led Springfield with an 18-game hitting streak (.347, 25-for-72) with 16 RBI from 5/30-6/30...Posted a 26-game on base streak from 5/30-7/16, the fifth-best streak in the Texas League...Hit game-winning two-run double with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning of Game 2 of the TL Championship to give Springfield a 6-4 lead. 2011: Received an invite to Cardinals Spring Training camp...Began the season with Class A-Advanced Palm Beach... Recorded a 12-game hitting streak (.308, 16-for-52) from 5/16-6/4 with Springfield. 2010: Was a New-York Penn League mid-season All-Star...Recorded the highest fielding percentage (.997) among NYPL catchers...Threw out 37.8% (14-of-37) of attempted base stealers, ranking third among NYPL catchers...His 47 RBI were second on Short-Season A Batavia...Hit .356 (26-for-73) with RISP...Led Batavia with a .315 batting average (min. 100 at-bats). 2009: Recorded a 1.000 fielding percentage in 118 total chances...Tied for the team lead with nine home runs for Rookie-level Johnson City. 2008: Won the team triple crown for the DSL Cardinals (.322, seven home runs, 40 RBI)...Led the club in doubles (15) and SLG (.525)...Ranked second in the DSL by throwing out 41-of-92 attempted base stealers (44.6%)...Hit safely in 12 consecutive games (.469, 23-for-49) from 7/23-8/11...Made his professional debut on 5/31...Appeared in four games with the GCL Cardinals at the end of the season. PERSONAL: Originally signed by the St. Louis Cardinals as a non-drafted free agent on 3/20/08.

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1- Signed by St. Louis as a non-drafted free agent on March 20, 2008 2- Signed by Colorado as a minor league free agent on November 19, 2014 3- Acquired by the Orioles from Colorado in exchange for cash considerations on March 31, 2015

FRONT OFFICE ORIOLES REACH MEDIA

ORIOLE PARK

RECORDS & HISTORY

MINOR LEAGUES

OPPONENTS

2015 IN REVIEW

FIELDING C PCT G PO A E DP 2013 1.000 1 1 0 0 0 Totals 1.000 1 1 0 0 0

MANAGER & COACHES

YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP OBP SLG 2008 DSL Cardinals -1 .322 46 177 29 57 15 0 7 40 0 1 1 5 2 16 3 2 5 .342 .525 GCL Cardinals .273 4 11 0 3 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 .308 .273 2009 Johnson City .258 40 128 22 33 7 1 9 23 0 0 0 8 0 28 1 0 5 .301 .539 2010 Batavia .315 45 165 25 52 11 0 4 47 0 4 5 11 0 33 2 3 3 .368 .455 2011 Palm Beach .291 22 86 7 25 4 0 3 10 0 0 0 2 0 13 0 0 2 .307 .442 Springfield .261 59 230 28 60 15 0 8 37 3 3 2 5 0 29 0 0 6 .279 .430 2012 Springfield .263 81 312 28 82 12 1 4 42 1 3 3 6 0 58 0 0 11 .281 .346 2013 Springfield .209 57 215 16 45 12 0 6 26 0 0 4 3 1 39 0 1 13 .234 .349 Memphis .211 25 90 7 19 3 0 0 7 1 0 0 2 0 10 0 0 5 .228 .244 ST. LOUIS .000 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .000 2014 Memphis .292 62 236 27 69 12 0 6 33 3 5 0 4 0 34 0 1 9 .298 .419 ST. LOUIS --- 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 --2015 Norfolk -3 .243 78 267 18 65 10 0 2 21 2 0 1 12 0 31 0 0 11 .279 .303 Minor Lg. Totals .266 519 1917 207 510 101 2 49 288 11 17 17 58 3 291 6 7 71 .291 .397 National League .000 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 .500 .000 ML Totals .000 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 .500 .000

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TODD REDMOND RHP

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FULL NAME: Todd Richard Redmond BORN: May 17, 1985

OPENING DAY AGE: 30

BIRTHPLACE: St. Petersburg, FL

RESIDES: Jensen Beach, FL

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 2.005 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on November 30, 2015.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

TODD REDMOND

LONGEST OUTING: 7.0 innings, 9/19/13 vs. NYY…LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 5.0 innings, 6/8/14 vs. STL… STRIKEOUT HIGH: 10, 7/28/13 vs. HOU…WALK HIGH: 5, 8/18/12 vs. CHC…HR ALLOWED: 2, three times, last: 9/24/13 at BAL…WINNING STREAK: 3 games, 8/28-9/19/13…LOSING STREAK: 5 games, 9/29/13-5/29/14.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK MEDIA

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• Opened the season with Toronto • Of his seven appearances with the Blue Jays, made one start on 5/18 vs. LAA (ND, 4.0 IP, 4 H, 3 ER, 1 BB, 3 K, 1 HR) • Logged four Quality Starts over his final five starts of the season for Triple-A Buffalo • Pitched to a 2.81 ERA (5 ER/16.0 IP) in six July appearances (two starts) for Buffalo

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: First season of his career spent exclusively in the Major Leagues...Tied for fourth on the Blue Jays in games finished (14)...Recorded an 11-game scoreless streak (16.0 IP), while holding opposing batters to a .140 clip from 6/25-7/25...Earned his first Major League save on 5/31 vs. KC (3.0 IP, 4 H, 1 UER, 1 BB, 3 K)...Of his 42 relief appearances, 19 were of at least 2.0 innings...Logged a season-high 5.0 scoreless innings on 6/8 vs. STL...Held right-handers to a .245 batting average (40-for-163). 2013: Began the season at Buffalo...Made two relief appearances with Toronto, 5/30-31...Went 2-0 with a 2.12 ERA (4 ER/17.0 IP) over three starts with Buffalo, 6/17-28...Earned his first Major League win on 7/7 vs. MIN...Struck out a season-high 10 batters (6.0 IP) on 7/28 vs. HOU...Posted a 3.42 ERA (9 ER/23.2 IP) over five July outings (four starts) with the Blue Jays. 2012: Overall had five stints with the Atlanta Braves and Cincinnati Reds, and made his Major League debut during his fourth promotion...Did not pitch during a stint with the Braves, 6/17-20, or during stints with the Reds on 7/17 and 7/31...Made his Major League debut in Game 2 of a doubleheader on 8/18 vs. CHC...Struck out Anthony Rizzo for his first Major League strikeout... Rejoined the Reds on 9/4, but did not appear in the game...Began the season with Triple-A Gwinnett...Tossed four consecutive Quality Starts from 5/10-26, going 3-0 with a 1.01 ERA (3 ER/26.2 IP) in that span...Traded to the Cincinnati Reds organization on 7/14...Logged 7.0 scoreless innings with eight strikeouts and earned the win in his Triple-A Louisville debut on 7/21 vs. Pawtucket. 2011: Spent his third consecutive season exclusively with Gwinnett...Posted five straight Quality Starts, going 3-1 with a 1.11 ERA (4 ER/32.1 IP) from 5/1-24...Named International League Pitcher of the Week for the period of 5/16-22...Did not lose over his final 11 outings (10 starts), going 5-0 with a 2.55 ERA (19 ER/67.0 IP). 2010: Ranked second in the IL with 142 strikeouts...Tossed the first no-hitter in Gwinnett history on 5/28 vs. Louisville (9.0 IP, 2 BB, 3 K)...It was his first professional complete-game shutout...Went 4-0 with a 1.33 ERA (4 ER/27.0 IP) in four starts from 5/28-6/12. 2009: Went 6-0 with a 3.67 ERA (30 ER/73.2 IP) over his final 13 outings...First full season spent with Gwinnett. 2008: Traded to the Atlanta Braves organization on 3/26...Named the Southern League Most Outstanding Pitcher after leading the league in wins, strikeouts, and ranked fifth in the league with a 3.52 ERA...Was a Southern League mid-season and postseason All-Star...Rated as having the best control in the Braves system by Baseball America. 2007: Made his Double-A debut with Altoona on 6/20 at Erie. 2006: Led Class-A Hickory in wins and strikeouts. 2005: Made his professional debut with Short-Season A Williamsport on 6/23...Named a New York-Penn League mid-season All-Star...Ranked second in the NYPL in ERA. PERSONAL: Originally selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 40th round of the 2003 First-Year Player Draft, but did not sign...Selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 39th round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft...Attended St. Petersburg Community College and Northside Christian School (FL)...As a freshman in 2004 at St. Petersburg Community College (FL), was named Suncoast Conference Pitcher of the Year after going 8-4 with a 2.40 ERA and 106 strikeouts over 15 starts…Married, wife’s name is Leigh Anne…The couple has a son, Wyatt.

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YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2005 Williamsport-1 1 2 1.98 15 14 0 0 0 72.2 62 22 16 2 6 21 0 63 2 0 2006 Hickory 13 6 2.75 27 27 0 0 0 160.1 137 64 49 13 17 33 0 148 3 0 2007 Altoona 1 1 3.12 3 3 0 0 0 17.1 15 6 6 2 1 3 0 12 1 0 Lynchburg 7 12 4.54 25 25 0 0 0 142.2 151 82 72 13 10 32 0 95 2 0 2008 Mississippi-2 13 5 3.52 28 27 0 0 0 166.1 164 72 65 17 6 33 2 133 4 0 2009 Gwinnett 9 6 4.41 27 24 0 0 0 145.0 152 85 71 21 7 47 1 106 1 0 2010 Gwinnett 9 10 4.26 28 28 1 1 0 162.2 156 86 77 21 1 44 0 142 1 0 2011 Gwinnett 10 8 2.92 28 27 2 1 0 169.2 152 58 55 18 8 47 0 142 1 1 2012 Gwinnett 6 6 3.58 18 18 1 1 0 105.2 107 50 42 11 2 28 5 96 1 0 Louisville-3 2 5 3.77 8 7 0 0 0 43.0 43 21 18 7 1 11 0 40 0 0 CINCINNATI-4 0 1 10.80 1 1 0 0 0 3.1 7 4 4 1 0 5 0 2 0 0 2013 Buffalo-5 3 1 5.06 6 5 0 0 0 26.2 29 15 15 2 0 5 0 29 0 0 TORONTO 4 3 4.32 17 14 0 0 0 77.0 70 38 37 13 6 23 2 76 1 0 2014 TORONTO 1 4 3.24 42 0 0 0 1 75.0 73 33 27 5 2 27 6 60 2 0 2015 Buffalo 3 7 4.00 23 10 0 0 1 78.2 86 36 35 5 2 25 4 57 2 0 TORONTO 0 0 7.31 7 1 0 0 0 16.0 17 13 13 3 1 7 0 13 1 0 Minor Lg. Totals 77 69 3.63 236 215 4 3 1 1290.2 1254 597 521 132 61 329 12 1063 18 1 American League 5 7 4.13 66 15 0 0 1 168.0 160 84 77 21 9 57 8 149 4 0 National League 0 1 10.80 1 1 0 0 0 3.1 7 4 4 1 0 5 0 2 0 0 ML Totals 5 8 4.25 67 16 0 0 1 171.1 167 88 81 22 9 62 8 151 4 0

TODD REDMOND

TODD REDMOND

2015 IN REVIEW

1- Selected by Pittsburgh in the 39th round of the 2004 First-Year Player Draft 2- Acquired by Atlanta from Pittsburgh in exchange for RHP Tyler Yates on March 26, 2008 3- Acquired by Cincinnati from Atlanta in exchange for INF Paul Janish on July 14, 2012 4- Claimed off waivers by the Orioles on February 8, 2013 5- Claimed off waivers by Toronto on March 22, 2013

Player Roger Marquis (OF) Gordon Sundin (RP) George Werley (RP) Tom Patton (CA) Jeff Rineer (RP) Radhames Dykhoff (RP)

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Date Sept. 25, ’55 Sept. 19, ’56 Sept. 29, ’56 Apr. 30, ’57 Sept. 30, ’79 June 7, ’98

Line in box score 0-for-1 0.0 IP, ER, 2 BB 1.0 IP, H, ER, 2 BB 0-for-2 1.0 IP 1.0 IP, 2 H, 2 ER, BB, K

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ONE-TIME ORIOLES, ONE-TIME MAJOR LEAGUERS There are six players whose one and only major league appearance came with the Orioles.

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OPPONENTS

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2012 .500 1 0 1 1 0 2013 .900 17 2 7 1 1 2014 .667 42 2 2 2 1 2015 - 7 0 0 0 0 Totals .813 66 4 9 3 2

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CHANCE SISCO C

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6’2

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FULL NAME: Chance Thomas Sisco BORN: February 24, 1995

OPENING DAY AGE: 21

BIRTHPLACE: Corona, CA

RESIDES: Corona, CA

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016 MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.000 ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the second round (No. 61 overall) of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

CHANCE SISCO 2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS

• Enters 2016 ranked as the third-best Orioles prospect by Baseball America and Baseball Prospectus, and as the fifth-best Orioles prospect according to MLB.com • Rated as the best hitter for average and as having the best strike-zone discipline in the O’s organization, according to Baseball America • Named a MiLB.com Organization All-Star • Rated by Baseball America following the season as the No. 10 prospect in the Carolina League • Was selected to Baseball America’s Minor League Classification High-A All-Star Team • Began the season with Class A-Advanced Frederick • Recorded a nine-game hitting streak (.448/.556/.655) with the Keys from 6/6-15 • Logged four consecutive multi-hit games from 7/22-25, batting .444 (8-for-18) in that span • With Frederick, batted .316 (18-for-57) with RISP • Batted .331 (41-for-124) in 34 road games and hit .318 (57-for-179) against right handers • Debuted with Double-A Bowie on 8/14 • Recorded a season-high four hits on 8/16 at Harrisburg • Batted .400 (10-for-25) in his first six games with the Baysox, hitting safely in first three contests • Hit .304 (17-for-56) against right-handers with Bowie • Was the starting catcher for the Baysox in Game 5 of the Eastern League Championship Series against Reading (Bowie won the series, 3-2) • Following the season, played for the Peoria Javelinas of the Arizona Fall League

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY

2014: Rated by Baseball America following the season as the Orioles No. 4 prospect, as the best hitter for average in the Orioles system, the No. 18 prospect in the South Atlantic League, and as having the best strike zone judgement in the SAL...Selected by Baseball America to the Low Class-A All-Star Team following the season...Won the SAL batting title...Broke the franchise record for batting average (.340), previously .320 by Richie Paz in 1998...Led the SAL in OBP...Named the Organizational Player of the Month for June...Posted an 18-game hitting streak, 6/30-7/18, the longest hitting streak by a Shorebird since 2005...Finished a single shy of the cycle on 8/30...Named to the SAL post-season All-Star Team...Hit .360 (121-for-336) against right handers... Batted .404 (36-for-89) with 19 RBI in 24 June games...Hit .361 (91-for-252) post All-Star break...Posted a .378 clip (51-for-135) with RISP. 2013: After the season, was named the No. 10 prospect in the Orioles system by Baseball America...Began his professional career with a five-game hitting streak in the GCL...Hit his first professional home run on 8/24...Had a season-high three hits on 8/10, going 3-for-4 with a double, triple, and a run scored. PERSONAL: Attended Santiago (CA) HS...Signed by Orioles scout Mark Ralston.

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP OBP SLG 2013 GCL Orioles-1 .371 31 97 15 36 4 1 1 11 0 1 3 17 0 21 1 1 2 .475 .464 Aberdeen .200 2 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 .333 .200 2014 Delmarva .340 114 426 56 145 27 2 5 63 0 3 7 42 3 79 1 2 8 .406 .448 2015 Frederick .308 75 263 30 81 12 3 4 26 0 2 2 33 0 41 8 1 4 .387 .422 Bowie .257 20 74 9 19 4 0 2 8 1 0 0 9 0 14 0 1 3 .337 .392 Minor Lg. Totals .326 242 865 111 282 47 6 12 108 1 6 12 102 3 157 10 5 17 .402 .436 1-Selected by the Orioles in the second round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft

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RIGHT

HEIGHT

6’0

WEIGHT

210

BORN: December 17, 1980

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FULL NAME: Dale Scott Thayer OPENING DAY AGE: 35

BIRTHPLACE: Fountain Valley, CA RESIDES: Murrieta, CA CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016

MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 4.035 ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on February 10, 2016.

GAME HIGHS & STREAKS

DALE THAYER

LONGEST RELIEF OUTING: 3.0 innings, 5/22/09 at FLA…STRIKEOUT HIGH: 4, 4/12/13 vs. COL…WALK HIGH: 2, eight times, last: 6/14/15 vs. LAD…HR ALLOWED: 1, 30 times, last: 7/22/15 vs. SF…WINNING STREAK: 3 games, 9/18/13-4/14/14…LOSING STREAK: 5 games, 6/8/11-6/20/12.

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OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY

2014: Set career-bests in wins (four), ERA (2.34), appearances (70), innings pitched (65.1), WHIP (1.06), and games finished (25) for San Diego…Among Padres relievers, ranked tied for first in appearances, tied for second in wins, first in innings, tied for second in strikeouts (62), and second in ERA…Allowed just one run over his first 18 appearances of the season, pitching to a 2-0 record with a 0.53 ERA (1 ER/17.0 IP)…Of his 70 outings, 56 were scoreless, including 37 of his last 46 outings of the season… Had a season-best 15-game scoreless streak (14.0 IP) from 4/6-5/6…In terms of games, the streak was the third-longest by a Padres reliever during the season. 2013: In his second campaign with the Padres and first spending the entire season at the big league level, posted a 3-5 record with a 3.32 ERA (24 ER/65.0 IP) and 64 strikeouts against 22 walks…Posted a 2.59 ERA (14 ER/48.2 IP) with 48 strikeouts in his first 50 relief appearances...Had a 5.51 ERA (10 ER/16.1 IP) with 16 strikeouts over his final 19 appearances…Amongst Padres relievers, ranked second in appearances (69), third in innings (65.0), tied for first in strikeouts (64), and third in ERA (3.32)… Had a 2.80 ERA (11 ER/35.1 IP) in 35 appearances at home while recording a 3.94 ERA (13 ER/29.2 IP) in 24 appearances on the road…Tossed 15.0 consecutive scoreless innings, limiting opposing hitters to a .236 (13-for-55) batting average over 15 appearances from 6/25-7/30. 2012: In his first campaign with the Padres, posted a 3.43 ERA in 64 appearances…His 64 relief outings were the third-most among all National League rookies and second-most on the team behind Brad Brach’s 67 games…His seven saves were the most among all NL rookies and ranked third-most among all Major League rookies…Was selected from Triple-A Tucson on 4/26 and worked scoreless ball over his first 10 outings from 4/29-5/20…Earned his first professional win on 6/25 at HOU with a scoreless inning of work…In 34 outings at Petco Park, went 1-1 with five saves and a 2.08 ERA (7 ER/30.1 IP), as opposed to a 1-1 record with a 4.94 ERA (15 ER/27.1 IP) in 30 outings on the road…Ended the season with 12 straight scoreless outings (9.0 IP) from 9/10-10/3. 2011: Spent the majority of the season at Triple-A Buffalo, also making 11 relief appearances for the New York Mets…Allowed four runs on the season with the Mets, spread over four of his 11 outings...Tagged with the loss in three of those appearances… Led the Bisons and tied for fifth in the International League with 21 saves. 2010: Spent the majority of the season at Triple-A Durham, making 46 relief appearances...Made one appearance for Tampa Bay. 2009: Pitched in 11 big league games over three stints with TB, spending most of his time with Triple-A Durham…First recalled on 5/22 and made his Major League debut that day, recording a 3.0-inning save at the Marlins...Became first Major League pitcher to earn a save in his debut since Seattle’s Emiliano Fruto on 5/14/06 at Los Angeles-AL…Recorded a team-high 17 saves for Durham and was named to the International League All-Star team.

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Posted a nine-game scoreless streak (7.0 IP) with the Padres from 5/24-6/11 • Placed on San Diego’s 15-day disabled list (retroactive to 6/17) with a strained right shoulder on 6/24 • Made one outing on a Major League rehab assignment, 7/4 with Double-A San Antonio • Prior to the All-Star break, pitched to a 3.34 ERA (11 ER/29.2 IP) in 31 appearances with San Diego • Went 2-0 with a 0.55 ERA (1 ER/16.1 IP) over 17 road outings with the Padres • Held left-handed hitters to a .227 batting average (15-for-66) while pitching for San Diego • With runners in scoring position, opponents batted .205 (8-for-39) against him at the Major League level • Was designated for assignment by the Padres on 8/11 • Cleared outright waivers and finished the season with Triple-A El Paso, posting a 0.93 ERA (1 ER/9.2 IP) in seven relief appearances

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2008: Spent the entire season with Durham, appearing in a team-high 52 games…Earned International League All-Star honors after posting a 1.46 ERA (8 ER/49.1 IP) over the first half of the season…Added to Tampa Bay’s 40-man roster following the season. 2007: Led the Southern League in saves for the third consecutive season, pitching for Double-A Montgomery. 2006: Led the Southern League in saves, making 57 appearances for Double-A Mobile in his final year in the Padres organization (rejoined the Padres in 2011)…Traded to TB on 9/15 as the player to be named in the 8/25 deal that sent OF Russell Branyan to San Diego. 2005: Led the Southern League with 27 saves for Double-A Mobile and was named to the SL All-Star team. 2004: Split the season between Class A-Advanced Lake Elsinore and Double-A Mobile…Ranked second in the California League with 23 saves. 2003: Made his professional debut for Class-A Fort Wayne and was named to the Midwest League’s mid-season and postseason All-Star teams…Pitched a perfect ninth in the Midwest League All-Star Game, picking up the win for the East squad. PERSONAL: Married, wife’s name is Lisa…The couple has four daughters: twins, Charlotte and Haley, Ella and Layla… Graduate of Edison High School in Huntington Beach, CA...Attended both Santa Ana Junior College and Chico State University... Originally signed by Padres scout Mal Fichman as a non-drafted free agent in 2002.

DALE THAYER 2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES

YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2003 Fort Wayne-1 1 3 2.06 45 0 0 0 25 48.0 31 15 11 2 2 15 1 72 1 0 2004 Lake Elsinore 2 1 1.63 50 0 0 0 23 55.1 36 12 10 1 0 11 0 54 0 0 Mobile 1 1 3.68 8 0 0 0 0 7.1 8 3 3 1 0 1 0 7 0 0 2005 Mobile 3 5 2.34 56 0 0 0 27 57.2 60 16 15 5 1 26 2 59 1 0 2006 Mobile 7 4 2.48 57 0 0 0 27 65.1 59 18 18 3 3 22 5 57 0 0 Portland 0 0 3.00 2 0 0 0 0 3.0 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 2007 Montgomery-2 9 0 2.26 47 0 0 0 21 59.2 40 16 15 4 1 20 1 54 1 0 Durham 0 0 2.89 8 0 0 0 0 9.1 5 3 3 0 0 4 0 9 2 0 2008 Durham 3 1 2.77 52 0 0 0 9 68.1 73 26 21 2 0 24 1 76 4 0 2009 Durham 2 5 2.27 51 0 0 0 17 63.1 59 24 16 3 3 15 1 44 2 0 TAMPA BAY 0 0 4.61 11 0 0 0 1 13.2 18 9 7 3 0 1 0 8 1 0 2010 Durham 4 1 3.45 46 0 0 0 3 60.0 68 28 23 3 4 25 2 55 6 0 TAMPA BAY 0 0 27.00 1 0 0 0 0 2.0 7 6 6 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2011 Buffalo-3 4 3 2.66 54 0 0 0 21 71.0 54 23 21 8 1 15 2 66 3 0 NEW YORK-NL 0 3 3.48 11 0 0 0 0 10.1 12 4 4 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 2012 Tucson-4 0 0 0.00 7 0 0 0 0 8.1 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 SAN DIEGO 2 2 3.43 64 0 0 0 7 57.2 53 24 22 4 1 12 4 47 2 0 2013 SAN DIEGO 3 5 3.32 69 0 0 0 1 65.0 59 25 24 8 2 22 2 64 2 0 2014 SAN DIEGO 4 5 2.34 70 0 0 0 0 65.1 53 19 17 9 2 16 3 62 1 0 2015 San Antonio 0 1 27.00 1 1 0 0 0 1.0 3 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 El Paso 2 0 0.93 7 0 0 0 0 9.2 5 1 1 1 0 3 0 10 0 0 SAN DIEGO 2 2 4.06 38 0 0 0 0 37.2 37 17 17 5 0 15 4 25 2 0 Minor Lg. Totals 38 25 2.47 491 1 0 0 173 587.1 505 189 161 35 15 184 15 572 21 0 American League 0 0 7.47 12 0 0 0 1 15.2 25 15 13 4 0 1 0 10 1 0 National League 11 17 3.20 252 0 0 0 8 236.0 214 89 84 26 5 65 13 203 7 0 ML Totals 11 17 3.47 264 0 0 0 9 251.2 239 104 97 30 5 66 13 213 8 0

RECORDS & HISTORY

1- Signed by San Diego as a non-drafted free agent on September 25, 2002 2- Acquired by Tampa Bay as the player to be named later, completing a trade on August 24 that sent OF Russell Branyan to San Diego, on September 15, 2006 3- Signed by New York (NL) as a minor league free agent on February 6, 2011 4- Signed by San Diego as a minor league free agent on December 6, 2011

THAYER BATTING YEAR CLUB Career

AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP .000 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .000 .000

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FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2009 1.000 11 1 0 0 0 2010 - 1 0 0 0 0 2011 1.000 11 3 1 0 0 2012 1.000 64 1 3 0 0 2013 .889 69 2 6 1 2 2014 1.000 70 2 6 0 0 2015 1.000 38 0 2 0 0 Totals .964 264 9 18 1 2

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FULL NAME: Steven Wayne Tolleson BORN: November 1, 1983

OPENING DAY AGE: 32

BIRTHPLACE: Spartanburg, SC

RESIDES: Spartanburg, SC

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FRONT OFFICE

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GAME HIGHS & STREAKS HITS: 3, three times, last; 9/22/14 vs. SEA…RUNS: 2, twice, last: 5/21/15 vs. LAA…DOUBLES: 2, 5/17/15 at HOU… TRIPLES: 1, three times, last: 4/18/15 vs. ATL…HOME RUNS: 1, six times, last: 7/6/14 at OAK…RBI: 3, 6/10/12 vs. PHI… WALKS: 2, twice, last: 5/21/15 vs. LAA…HITTING STREAK: 6 games, 7/4-12/14.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Was on Toronto’s Opening Day roster and appeared in seven games with the Blue Jays from 4/9-24 • Went 2-for-3 with a triple, RBI, and a run scored on 4/18 vs. ATL • Appeared in 12 games with the Blue Jays from 5/12-26 • Posted consecutive multi-hit games on 5/17 at HOU and 5/18 vs. LAA • Spent eight games with Buffalo, 5/7-8 and 6/13-30 • Appeared in one game with Class A-Advanced Dunedin on 6/11

STEVE TOLLESON

ACQUIRED: Signed by the Orioles as a minor league free agent on November 16, 2015.

2015 IN REVIEW

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 2.053

MANAGER & COACHES

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016

MEDIA

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RECORDS & HISTORY

MINOR LEAGUES

OPPONENTS

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Began the season with Triple-A Buffalo...Appeared in a career-high 109 games for the Blue Jays...His first six hits with the Blue Jays went for extra bases (four doubles and two triples)...Batted .319 (36-for-113) and collected 11 of his 12 extra-base hits vs. left handers with Toronto...Hit .474 (9-for-19) in September...Batted .304 (7-for-23) in 16 Interleague games...Made two relief appearances (5/14 vs. CLE and 8/26 vs. BOS) and combined to toss 1.0 scoreless inning. 2013: Named an International League mid-season All-Star...Posted a 12-game hitting streak (.340, 16-for-47) with Triple-A Charlotte, 6/25-7/7. 2012: Opened the season with Triple-A Norfolk...Tossed an inning in relief for Norfolk on 4/11 vs. Gwinnett...Hit safely in five straight games (.476, 10-for-21) with the Tides from 5/2-8...Made three stints with the Orioles...Appeared in games at 2B, 3B, SS, LF, and DH for Baltimore. 2011: Began the season with Sacramento...Traded to the San Diego Padres organization on 5/31...Spent the remainder of the season with Triple-A Tucson...Made his first professional pitching appearance on 8/7 vs. Oklahoma City (1.0 IP, 1 BB). 2010: Began the season with Triple-A Sacramento...Made his Major League debut for the Oakland Athletics on 4/28 at TB... Recorded his first Major League hit on 4/30 at TOR (single off Josh Roenicke)...Logged a season-high three hits on 9/7 vs. SEA. 2009: Began the season with New Britain...Collected two hits in his Triple-A debut with Rochester on 5/30 at Lehigh Valley...Hit safely in 18 of his first 19 games with the Red Wings, batting .356/.447/.507 (26-for-73) in that span. 2008: Made his Double-A debut with New Britain...Named an Eastern League mid-season All-Star. 2007: Ranked fourth in the Florida State League in hits (139), fourth in OBP (.388), third in walks (79), and sixth in stolen bases (27)...Was first on Class A-Advanced Fort Myers in runs scored (75). 2006: Named a Midwest League mid-season All-Star while playing for Class-A Beloit. 2005: Doubled in his professional debut with Rookie Elizabethton on 7/8 vs. Greeneville. PERSONAL: Originally selected by the Minnesota Twins in the fifth round of the 2005 First-Year Player Draft...Signed by Twins scout Ricky Taylor...Attended the University of South Carolina and Paul M. Dorman (SC) HS...Named first-team AllSoutheastern Conference and first-team All-Tournament at the NCAA Atlanta Regional in 2003 while playing for the South Carolina Gamecocks...His father Wayne Tolleson played in parts of 10 seasons in the Major Leagues…Married, wife’s name is Baileigh…The couple has two daughters, Claire and Sarah.

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YEAR CLUB AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SH SF HBP BB IBB SO SB CS GDP SLG OBP 2005 Elizabethton-1 .321 16 56 18 18 6 1 2 8 3 0 3 11 0 4 2 1 2 .457 .571 Beloit .176 31 102 16 18 2 0 3 10 3 0 3 17 0 23 3 0 3 .311 .284 2006 GCL Twins .250 2 8 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .222 .250 Beloit .287 47 171 23 49 8 2 2 16 4 0 2 27 0 34 7 9 3 .390 .392 Fort Myers .268 49 157 23 42 8 1 4 23 2 4 1 22 0 24 3 1 4 .353 .408 2007 Fort Myers .285 132 487 75 139 24 4 5 35 1 1 3 79 1 97 27 10 10 .388 .382 2008 New Britain .300 93 343 54 103 28 1 9 50 4 3 3 44 1 74 12 6 6 .382 .466 2009 New Britain .258 38 151 21 39 10 2 2 13 1 1 4 16 0 20 6 2 5 .343 .391 Rochester .270 92 352 57 95 17 1 6 27 1 3 2 36 1 52 7 6 7 .338 .375 2010 Sacramento-2 .332 80 292 52 97 17 3 9 43 4 2 4 37 0 50 8 2 6 .412 .503 OAKLAND .286 25 49 5 14 3 0 1 4 0 0 0 4 0 9 0 0 0 .340 .408 2011 Sacramento .274 46 175 29 48 6 0 5 19 0 1 2 31 0 37 8 2 11 .388 .394 Tucson-3 .276 77 312 48 86 21 2 4 36 1 3 3 29 0 56 16 3 2 .340 .394 2012 Norfolk-3 .278 50 162 15 45 8 0 1 21 3 5 0 23 0 32 3 2 5 .358 .346 BALTIMORE .183 29 71 4 13 3 0 2 6 1 0 0 4 0 17 1 0 2 .227 .310 2013 Charlotte-4 .288 116 392 47 113 28 1 8 53 9 8 5 59 1 91 14 5 5 .381 .426 2014 Buffalo-5 .236 19 72 12 17 2 1 1 9 0 0 0 12 0 13 6 1 3 .345 .333 TORONTO .253 109 170 21 43 7 2 3 16 4 1 2 12 0 49 3 1 3 .308 .371 2015 Dunedin .000 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 .250 .000 Buffalo .133 8 30 2 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 2 0 9 0 0 2 .235 .133 TORONTO .268 19 41 9 11 5 1 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 9 2 0 1 .333 .439 Minor Lg. Totals .280 897 3265 494 915 185 19 61 367 36 32 37 446 4 617 122 50 74 .370 .405 American League .245 181 331 39 81 18 3 6 29 5 1 2 24 0 84 6 1 6 .299 .372 BALTIMORE Totals .183 29 71 4 13 3 0 2 6 1 0 0 4 0 17 1 0 2 .227 .310 Major Lg. Totals .245 181 331 39 81 18 3 6 29 5 1 2 24 0 84 6 1 6 .299 .372

2015 IN REVIEW

1- Selected by Minnesota in the fifth round of the 2005 First-Year Player Draft 2- Claimed off waivers by Oakland on February 1, 2010 3- Acquired by San Diego from Oakland in exchange for cash considerations on May 29, 2011 3- Signed by the Orioles as a free agent on November 21, 2011 4- Signed by Chicago (AL) as a free agent on November 14, 2012 5- Signed by Toronto as a free agent on December 17, 2013

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK

FIELDING P PCT G PO A E DP 2014 - 2 0 0 0 0 Totals - 2 0 0 0 0 2B PCT G PO A E DP 2010 .900 4 5 4 1 2 2012 1.000 4 7 6 0 2 2014 .963 55 56 75 5 14 2015 1.000 11 12 23 0 3 Totals .969 74 80 108 6 21 SS PCT G PO A E DP 2010 1.000 11 9 9 0 4 2012 1.000 3 1 1 0 1 2014 1.000 2 1 1 0 0 2015 1.000 4 0 6 0 0 Totals 1.000 20 11 17 0 5 3B PCT G PO A E DP 2010 1.000 6 3 7 0 0 2012 .879 12 2 27 4 0 2014 1.000 43 11 28 0 1 Totals .951 61 16 62 4 1 OF PCT G PO A E DP 2010 1.000 1 1 0 0 0 2012 1.000 7 11 0 0 0 2014 .900 7 9 0 1 0 2015 .500 4 1 0 1 0 Totals .917 19 22 0 2 0

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LEFT

WEIGHT

6’0

170

BORN: January 24, 1988

OPENING DAY AGE: 28

BIRTHPLACE: Little Rock, AR

RESIDES: Sherwood, AR

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FULL NAME: Ashur Jordan Tolliver

CONTRACT STATUS: Signed through 2016

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

2014: Began the season with Bowie before being transferred to Class A-Advanced Frederick...Made his season debut with the Keys on 5/23...Posted a six-game scoreless streak (9.1 IP), 6/1-21, and posted a 0.79 ERA (1 ER/11.1 IP) in June with the Keys... Began his second stint with the Baysox on 6/27...Did not allow a run over his final nine outings with Bowie (11.1 IP)...Pitched to a 2.18 ERA (5 ER/20.2 IP) as a reliever, making his lone start on 6/27 (ND, 2.0 IP, 6 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 2 K). 2013: Began the season with the Shorebirds...Made his debut with the Keys on 7/10...Allowed two earned runs over his first seven games with the Keys (18.0 IP). 2012: Did not pitch due to injury. 2011: Had a 2.27 ERA and 41 strikeouts for Class-A Delmarva...Pitched in nine games for Frederick and had a 3.00 ERA. 2010: Was second on the IronBirds with 20 appearances...Tossed a season-high 3.0 innings on 7/17 at Lowell...Pitched to a 2.35 ERA (4 ER/15.1 IP) over eight appearances in August. 2009: Notched his first win in his second professional appearance, tossing 3.0 scoreless innings on 9/1 at Tri-City. PERSONAL: Attended Oklahoma City University and Sylvan Hills (AR) HS...Signed by Orioles scout Jim Richardson.

2015 IN REVIEW

2015 HIGHLIGHTS

• Spent the entire season with Double-A Bowie • Finished second among Baysox pitchers with 39 appearances (two starts) and first on the club with 10 holds • Posted his lone save of the season on 6/20 vs. Trenton, tossing 2.0 scoreless innings • Logged a nine-game scoreless streak (14.0 IP) from 5/31-7/6, while recording 20 strikeouts in that span • Registered a 2.37 ERA (8 ER/30.1 IP) in 21 home outings • Tossed 2.0 scoreless innings in the Eastern League playoffs, including a scoreless eighth inning on 9/16 in Game 2 of the Eastern League Championship Series at Reading

OPPONENTS

ACQUIRED: Selected by the Orioles in the fifth round of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft.

ASHUR TOLLIVER

MANAGER & COACHES

MAJOR LEAGUE SERVICE: 0.000

1- Selected by the Orioles in the fifth round of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft





























RECORDS & HISTORY

MINOR LEAGUES

YEAR CLUB W L ERA G GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR HB BB IB SO WP BK 2009 Aberdeen-1 1 0 0.00 3 0 0 0 0 8.0 6 0 0 0 1 2 0 7 0 0 2010 Aberdeen 0 1 5.77 20 0 0 0 0 39.0 40 26 25 2 5 16 0 29 0 0 2011 Delmarva 1 2 2.27 24 0 0 0 0 39.2 35 10 10 3 0 16 2 41 5 0 Frederick 1 1 3.00 5 0 0 0 1 9.0 8 3 3 2 1 0 0 8 0 0 2012 DID NOT PITCH - INJURED 2013 Delmarva 0 0 3.63 7 0 0 0 1 17.1 15 7 7 2 0 5 0 20 1 0 Frederick 1 0 2.61 12 1 0 0 0 31.0 27 9 9 2 1 9 0 22 3 0 2014 Frederick 0 1 2.45 9 0 0 0 2 14.2 14 4 4 1 0 2 0 15 0 0 Bowie 3 1 3.18 18 1 0 0 0 22.2 27 9 8 1 0 5 0 25 0 0 2015 Bowie 1 2 2.91 39 2 0 0 1 58.2 51 19 19 2 0 29 0 61 4 1 Minor Lg. Totals 8 8 3.19 137 4 0 0 5 239.2 223 87 85 15 8 84 2 228 13 1

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BORN TO BE AN ORIOLE Since 1954, the Orioles have had 23 Maryland-born players. Player

Birthplace Games w/ O’s Season(s)

MANAGER & COACHES 2016 ORIOLES

Cal Ripken, Jr. (SS/3B) Havre de Grace Brady Anderson (OF) Silver Spring Bill Ripken (2B) Havre de Grace Harold Baines Easton Steve Barber (LHP Takoma Park Bobby Young (2B) Granite Jack Fisher (RHP) Frostburg Tom Phoebus (RHP) Baltimore Ray Moore (RHP) Meadows Damon Buford (OF) Baltimore Jim Fuller (OF) Bethesda Tim Nordbrook (INF) Baltimore

3,001 1,759 724 666 253 189 136 134 112 81 73 73

1981-01 1988-01 1987-96 1993-00 1960-67 1954-55 1959-62 1966-70 1955-57 1993-95 1973-74 1974-76

Player

Birthplace Games w/ O’s Season(s)

Dave Johnson (RHP) Baltimore Barry Snetrone (OF) Baltimore John Miller (RHP) Baltimore Steve Clevenger (C) Baltimore Steve Johnson (RHP) Baltimore Steve Lombardozzi (INF) Fulton Dave Boswell (RHP) Baltimore John Bale (LHP) Cheverly Leo Burke (INF) Hagerstown Bruce Howard (RHP) Salisbury Jim Lehew (RHP) Baltimore Garrett Stephenson (RHP) Takoma Park

66 58 46 69 27 20 15 14 12 10 8 3

1989-91 1959-62 1962-67 2013-15 2012-15 2014 1971 2001 1958-59 1968 1961-32 1996

Four native Marylanders have coached for the Orioles: Cal Ermer (Baltimore, coached in ‘62), Ray Miller (Takoma Park, ’78-’85, ’97 & ’04-’05), Sam Perlozzo (Cumberland, ’96-’05) and Cal Ripken, Sr. (Aberdeen, ’76-’86 & ’89-’92)… Former pitching coach Leo Mazzone was born in Keyser, WV but grew up near Cumberland, MD…Miller (’98-’99), Ripken (’87-’88) and Perlozzo (’05-’07) are the only Marylanders to manage the Birds.

2015 IN REVIEW

NOW PITCHING... The Orioles have used non-pitchers on the mound on six occasions, including twice in one game; June 26, 1978 during a 22-10 loss at Toronto. Chris Davis’ appearance at Boston on May 6, 2012 was the first pitching victory recorded by an AL position player since Rocky Colavito did it in 1968. The other five pitching appearances by position players have taken place in Orioles road losses.

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES

Player (Pos) Larry Harlow (OF) Elrod Hendricks (C) Todd Cruz (SS) Jeff Tackett (C) Manny Alexander (SS) CHRIS DAVIS (INF/OF)

Date June 26, 1978 June 26, 1978 Sept. 18, 1984 Aug. 11, 1993 Apr. 19, 1996 May 6, 2012

Opp. IP H at TOR 0.2 2 at TOR 2.1 1 at NYY 1.0 0 at DET 1.0 1 at TEX 0.2 1 at BOS 2.0 2

R/ER 5/5 0/0 0/0 0/0 5/5 0/0

HR 1 0 0 0 1 0

BB 4 1 0 1 4 1

K ERA 1 67.50 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 67.50 2 0.00

Note: Both Alexander (Kevin Elster) and Harlow (John Mayberry) allowed grand slams in their appearance.

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WINNING WAYS: The Orioles finished 2015 with an 81-81 (.500) record, which marked the fourth consecutive season with at least a .500 record…The Orioles went 93-69 (.574) in 2012, 85-77 (.525) in 2013, and 96-66 (.593) in 2014.

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PACK ‘EM IN: The Orioles finished the 2015 season with a total attendance of 2,320,588, including nine sellouts at Oriole Park...The 78-date season total represented an average of 29,751...The 78 dates are made of 75 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and three at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, FL. THE SKIPPER: Buck Showalter earned his 1,340th victory on October 4 vs. New York (AL) and trails Chuck Tanner (1352) for 30th place on the all-time managerial wins list…His 458 wins as the Orioles manager are thirdmost in club history, trailing Earl Weaver (1480) and Paul Richards (517) on the club’s all-time list.

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AWARDS: Chris Davis was named the 2015 Most Valuable Oriole…Manny Machado was named AL Player of the Week for the period ending June 14 after batting .458 (11-for-24) with a double, two home runs, nine runs scored, and five RBI.

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AND THE NOMINEES ARE…: Brian Matusz was the Orioles’ nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award… Chris Davis was the Orioles’ nominee for the Hank Aaron Award…Adam Jones was named the Orioles’ winner of the Heart and Hustle Award, presented by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association, and the Brooks Robinson Community Service Recipient, also presented by the MLBPAA…Jones was also named the 2015 Marvin Miller Man of the Year as part of the Major League Baseball Players Choice Awards.

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GOLDEN CORNER: Manny Machado earned his second career Rawlings Gold Glove Award for defensive excellence at third base…Machado became the 17th player in club history to win the award multiple times after also earning the honor in 2013…He led all American League third basemen in total chances (488), double plays (38), range factor per 9.0 innings (3.09), and range factor per game (3.01) in 2015…He also ranked second in assists (337) and putouts (132), as well as fourth in zone rating (.810)…Machado led all Major Leaguers in games played (162) and finished third in innings played (1420.2)…According to FanGraphs, Machado finished second among AL third basemen with 14 defensive runs saved, and third in defensive runs above average (10.8) and ultimate zone rating (8.4).

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BIRDS OF A FEATHER: Four Orioles were named 2015 American League All-Stars, including LHP Zach Britton, OF Adam Jones, 3B Manny Machado, and RHP Darren O’Day...The Orioles have had 15 All-Stars over the last four seasons (since 2012)...According to STATS, LLC., their 15 All-Stars since 2012 ranks tied for third in the majors (with San Francisco) behind only St. Louis (22) and Detroit (17)...In that same time, 10 different Orioles have been named All-Stars, tied for fifth-most in the majors.

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FOUR SEASONS: Since the start of the 2012 season, the Orioles lead the American League and rank fifth in the majors with a 355-293 (.548) record...The Orioles’ 854 home runs over that span lead the majors, 62 homers ahead of the Toronto Blue Jays (792).

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HOMER HAPPY: The Orioles finished 2015 ranked third in the majors with 217 home runs, trailing only the Toronto Blue Jays (232) and Houston Astros (230)…1B Chris Davis led the majors with 47 home runs and Davis’ 117 RBI ranked third in the majors…The Orioles notched their fourth consecutive season with at least 200 home runs...It marks the longest such streak in club history and the O’s currently hold the longest active streak of 200-homer seasons...The Orioles also tallied their fourth straight season of at least 210 homers...According to STATS, LLC., the last team with 200 or more homers in four straight years was the Yankees (2009-12) and the last team with 210 or more homers in four straight years was the Phillies (2006-09).

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HUNDREDS OF HOMERS: 1B Chris Davis slugged his 200th career home run in the seventh inning and his 201st home run in the eighth inning of Game 2 on September 30, 2015...Davis tied and passed Melvin Mora for 10th on the Orioles all-time home run list with 161 homers...C Matt Wieters recorded his 100th career home run in the eighth inning of the same game and became the 24th Oriole in club history (since 1954) to record 100 or more career home runs.

5,000th WIN: With their win in the first game of a doubleheader on June 28, 2015 against Cleveland, the Orioles recorded their 5,000th regular season victory in club history (since 1954). MAKE NO MISTAKE: The Orioles led the AL and tied for second in the majors for fewest number of errors committed (77)…The O’s led the AL and ranked third in the majors with a .987 team fielding percentage last season.

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HAPPY TO ASSIST: The Orioles led the majors with 48 outfield assists in 2015...OF Adam Jones led the team and finished tied for sixth in the majors with 13 outfield assists.

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BEASTS OF THE EAST: The Orioles did not play a game outside of the Eastern Time Zone until June 1, 2015, when the team traveled to Houston (June 1-4)...Prior to June 1, Baltimore played road series at Tampa Bay (April 6-18), Boston (April 17-20), Toronto (April 21-23), New York Mets (May 5-6), New York Yankees (May 7-10), and Miami (May 22-24).

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A GRAND ENTRANCE: On August 1, 2015, OF Gerardo Parra became the 1000th player to appear in a game for the O’s since the team moved to Baltimore in 1954…RHP Jason Garcia, 2B Rey Navarro, RHP Mike Wright, RHP Tyler Wilson, RHP Oliver Drake, RHP Mychal Givens, and OF Dariel Alvarez all made their Major League debuts in 2015 for the Orioles.

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TRADE WINDS: On July 31, 2015, Major League Baseball’s non-waiver trade deadline, the Orioles acquired OF Gerardo Parra from the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for minor league RHP Zach Davies...The Orioles also acquired OF Junior Lake from the Chicago Cubs in exchange for RHP Tommy Hunter.

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ORANGE CRUSH: 1B Chris Davis slugged his 46th and 47th home runs in the season finale...His 47 home runs last season led the majors and were the fourth-most (since 1954) by an Oriole in a single season (Frank Robinson, 49, in 1966; Brady Anderson, 50, in 1996; and Davis, 53, in 2013)...The Birds went 26-13 in games in which Davis recorded at least one home run in 2015...Davis notched eight multi-home run games last season and now has 15 in his career.

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20-20 VISION: 3B Manny Machado finished with 35 home runs and 20 stolen bases this season and notched the seventh 20/20 season (HR/SB) in Orioles history…It was also the second 30/20 season in O’s history...He joined Paul Blair (1969, 26/20), Don Baylor (1975, 25/32), Reggie Jackson (1976, 27/28), and Brady Anderson – who did so three times for the O’s...Anderson accomplished the feat in 1992 (21/53), 1996 (50/21), and 1999 (24/36).

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IRON MANNY: 3B Manny Machado is the current active Major League leader in consecutive games played at 162 games...According to STATS, LLC., Kole Calhoun of the Los Angeles Angels ranks second at 153 games…Machado played in all 162 regular season games in 2015, the only player to accomplish the feat in Major League Baseball last season...He became the first Oriole to do so since Adam Jones in 2012 and is the ninth Oriole (since 1954) to accomplish the feat (also, Jones, B.J. Surhoff, Bobby Grich, Brooks Robinson, Cal Ripken, Jr., Eddie Murray, Miguel Tejada, and Rafael Palmeiro)...It was the 25th time (since 1954) that an Oriole has played in at least 162 regular season games in a single season.

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BALTIMORE ORIOLES BIG STICKS: On June 16, 2015, the Orioles slugged a club-record eight home runs en route to a 19-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies, surpassing the previous club mark of seven homers which was set on three previous occasions (May 17, 1967 at Boston; August 26, 1985 at Los Angeles Angels; and September 26, 2012 vs. Toronto)…The Orioles collected a season-high 26 hits on August 16 vs. Oakland, tying the club record previously set on August 28, 1980 vs. California. RISP-Y BUSINESS: The Orioles’ .276 (324-for-1172) team batting average with runners in scoring position ranked fourth in the American League and sixth in the majors last season...Baltimore trailed the Toronto Blue Jays (.286), Kansas City Royals (.281), and Minnesota Twins (.280) for the AL lead. TWICE AS NICE: The Orioles played four doubleheaders during the 2015 season...The O’s split a twin bill with the White Sox on May 28, 2015, swept the Indians on June 28, split with the Blue Jays on September 30, and swept the Yankees on October 3 – all at Oriole Park..Since the team moved to Baltimore in 1954, the Orioles are 169-141-287 (sweep-swept-split) in doubleheaders...At home, the O’s are 102-65-166...The totals do not include doubleheaders from May 19, 1957 and April 22, 1961 in which there was one tie game in one of the games. INCOMPLETE: For the first time in franchise history, an Oriole starting pitcher did not toss a complete game over the course of a single season in 2015...The previous season-low was one complete game (2012)...The Miami Marlins and Pittsburgh Pirates also did not notch complete games last season. INTERLEAGUE INFO: The O’s completed their 20-game slate against teams from the National League with a 12-8 record, including matchups against the New York Mets (1-3), Miami Marlins (1-2), Philadelphia Phillies (3-1), Washington Nationals (4-2) and Atlanta Braves (3-0)…Since Interleague Play began in 1997, the O’s are 161-182…The 12-8 mark matches 2014’s club record for most Interleague wins in a season (also 12-8). TOOL TIME: In Baseball America’s “2015 Major League Best Tools,” several Orioles were selected by Major League managers among the top three American League players in a variety of categories...Manager Buck Showalter was ranked as the best AL manager; 3B Manny Machado was selected as the best defensive AL third baseman, best AL infield arm, and second-most exciting AL player; LHP Zach Britton was ranked as the second-best AL reliever; SS J.J. Hardy was named the third-best defensive AL shortstop; and OF Adam Jones was ranked as the third-best defensive AL outfielder...OF Gerardo Parra was selected as the second-best National League outfield arm before being traded to the Orioles...Several minor leaguers were also selected by Triple-A managers and coaches among the “2015 Best Tools” published by Baseball America including RHP Tyler Wilson as having the best control among International League pitchers; RHP Oliver Drake as top International League reliever; and OF Dariel Alvarez as the best International League outfield arm. MINOR LEAGUE RECAP: Two Orioles minor league affiliates played postseason baseball in 2015 as Triple-A Norfolk and Double-A Bowie each clinched division titles...The Norfolk Tides won the International League South Division, their first division title since 2005, but were defeated 3-2 in their best-of-five semifinals series against the IL West Division champion Columbus Clippers...The Bowie Baysox clinched their second division title in franchise history with 79 regular season wins, the third-highest win total in club history...The Baysox advanced to the Eastern League Championship Series with a win over Altoona to take the Western Division Championship Series, 3-1...Bowie defeated the Reading Fightin Phils, 3-2, in the best-of-five EL Championship Series to win the first EL Championship in the team’s 23-year history…INF Trey Mancini was named as one of five finalists for USA Today’s Minor League Player of the Year...Mancini, 23, hit a combined .341 with 43 doubles, six triples, 21 home runs, and 89 RBI between Class A-Advanced Frederick and Double-A Bowie.   NO MINOR FEAT: Winners of player development and scouting awards for 2015 were honored in an on-field ceremony prior to the game on October 3, 2015…Awards were presented by Director of Minor League Operations Kent Qualls and Director of Scouting Gary Rajsich...Winners included INF Trey Mancini as the club’s top minor league player and RHP Oliver Drake and RHP Mychal Givens as the club’s top minor league pitchers...OF Glynn Davis was named the Elrod Hendricks Minor League Community Service Award winner...Norfolk manager Ron Johnson was named winner of the Cal Ripken, Sr. Player Development Award...International Scout Ernst Meyer and Area Scout Rich Morales received Jim Russo Scout of the Year Awards. 2016 ORIOLES MEDIA GUIDE

SPRING TRAINING WRAP: The Orioles finished the 2015 Grapefruit League season with a 12-19-2 record, posting a 4.19 ERA in 290.0 IP and batting .259/.309/.410, scoring 152 runs in 33 games…The Birds set a new per-game attendance mark at Ed Smith Stadium, drawing 112,258 fans for 15 home games, an average of 7,484 per game. TAKIN’ IT TO THE STREETS: Chris Davis hit the 82nd Eutaw Street home run in the history of Oriole Park on August 14 vs. Oakland, his third of 2015 (also, April 29 vs. CWS & June 16 vs. PHI), the 34th by an Oriole... His eight career Eutaw Street home runs are the most by an individual player in Oriole Park history (surpassed Luke Scott’s six on June 16 vs. PHI).

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ORIOLES 2015 HALL OF FAME CLASS: Former Orioles 3B Melvin Mora was elected to the Orioles Hall of Fame...The former left field platoon duo of John Lowenstein and Gary Roenicke were enshrined as selections of the Veterans’ Committee...Long-time Orioles scout Fred Uhlman, Sr. was inducted as the Herb Armstrong Award winner...Mora, Roenicke, and Uhlman were honored at a luncheon at Oriole Park sponsored by the Oriole Advocates, founders of the Orioles Hall of Fame, on August 14, 2015, as well as during an on-field ceremony prior to the game against the Oakland Athletics that evening.

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The Baltimore Orioles Designated Hitters were established in the fall of 1979 as a volunteer sales force and designed primarily to keep baseball in Baltimore by increasing season ticket sales. The Designated Hitters (DHs) became an instrumental part of the Orioles’ organizational drive to put fans in the stands. Today, DHs work within the regional corporate community as well as small businesses, nonprofit organizations, schools, local government, and individual customers to sell them on the Orioles. The DH staff members participate out of passion for their hometown team and represent the Orioles as a strong volunteer sales support staff dedicated to the continuing success of the Orioles organization. For more information about the DHs, call 410-547-6071 or e-mail [email protected]

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2016 Oriole Advocates officers: President - Rick Young…First Vice President - Tom Cummings…Second Vice President - Bob Brandenberger…Treasurer - Rich Barnhart…Secretary - Arlene Grimes…Board Members at Large - Mike Licea, Skip Gormley, and Larry Miles…Immediate Past President - Carol Avery

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The organization has also served as an essential right arm to the Orioles Public Relations, Community Relations, and Marketing Departments. In that connection, the Advocates initiated the popular Junior Orioles program (now the Dugout Club) back in 1963 and administered it for 25 years. Membership rose from 75 youngsters the first year to a record 20,000 in 1977. The Oriole Advocates don’t get paid for anything they do, instead serving as volunteers that constantly demonstrate the importance of competence and dedication whenever there is a job to be done.

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Through the years, the Advocates have made substantial financial donations to worthy causes, primarily to baseballoriented youth organizations; have played a key role in the restoration of Babe Ruth’s birthplace at 216 Emory Street and its conversion into the Babe Ruth/Orioles Museum; and established the Orioles Hall of Fame in 1977.

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ORIOLE ADVOCATES The Oriole Advocates, Inc. is a unique nonprofit organization, dedicated to promoting and stimulating interest in the game of baseball at both the amateur and professional levels. Founded in July of 1960, the Advocates are in their 54th year of “Promoting and Stimulating Interest in Baseball.” Membership comprises some 75 men and women, drawn from a broad cross-section of the Baltimore area.

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G Date 1 04/06 2 04/07 3 04/08 04/09 4 04/10 5 04/11 6 04/12 7 04/13 8 04/14 9 04/15 04/16 10 04/17 11 04/18 12 04/19 13 04/20 14 04/21 15 04/22 16 04/23 17 04/24 18 04/25 19 04/26 04/27 04/28 20 04/29 04/30 APR REC: 10-10

Opp. H/R-D/N W-L Score Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save Rec. at TB R-D W 6-2 TILLMAN-s (1-0) Archer-s (0-1) - 1-0 at TB R-N W 6-5 GAUSMAN-r (1-0) Karns-s (0-1) BRITTON (1) 2-0 at TB R-N L 0-2 Odorizzi-s (1-0) GONZALEZ-s (0-1) Boxberger (1) 2-1 off day 2-1 vs. TOR H-D L 5-12 Buehrle-s (1-0) NORRIS-s (0-1) - 2-2 vs. TOR H-N W 7-1 JIMENEZ-s (1-0) Sanchez-s (0-1) - 3-2 vs. TOR H-D L 7-10 Loup-r (1-1) TILLMAN-s (1-1) Castro (2) 3-3 vs. NYY H-N L 5-6 Pineda-s (1-0) HUNTER-r (0-1) Miller (2) 3-4 vs. NYY H-N W 4-3 GONZALEZ-s (1-1) Sabathia-s (0-2) BRITTON (2) 4-4 vs. NYY H-N W 7-5 BRACH-r (1-0) Carpenter-r (0-1) BRITTON (3) 5-4 off day 5-4 at BOS R-N L 2-3 Uehara-r (1-0) MATUSZ-r (0-1) - 5-5 at BOS R-D W 4-1 TILLMAN-s (2-1) Buchholz-s (1-2) BRITTON (4) 6-5 at BOS R-D W 8-3 GONZALEZ-s (2-1) Porcello-s (1-2) - 7-5 at BOS R-D L 1-7 (7) Masterson-s (2-0) CHEN-s (0-1) - 7-6 at TOR R-N L 6-13 Buehrle-s (3-0) NORRIS-s (0-2) - 7-7 at TOR R-N L 2-4 Sanchez-s (1-2) JIMENEZ-s (1-1) Castro (3) 7-8 at TOR R-N L 6-7 Hutchison-s (2-0) TILLMAN-s (2-2) Castro (4) 7-9 vs. BOS H-N L 5-7 Ogando-r (1-0) MATUSZ-r (0-2) Uehara (3) 7-10 vs. BOS H-N W 5-4 (10) MATUSZ-r (1-2) Uehara-r (1-1) - 8-10 vs. BOS H-D W 18-7 NORRIS-s (1-2) Miley-s (1-2) - 9-10 vs. CWS H-N PPD AFTER CONSULTATION WITH BCPD, MADE UP AS PART OF A SINGLE-ADMISSION DOUBLEHEADER ON MAY 28 vs. CWS H-N PPD AFTER CONSULTATION WITH BCPD, MADE UP AS PART OF A SINGLE-ADMISSION DOUBLEHEADER ON MAY 28 vs. CWS H-D W 8-2 JIMENEZ-s (2-1) Samardzija-s (1-2) - 10-10 off day AVG: .286 HR: 29 R/G: 5.6 ERA: 4.78

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GA/B Att. +1.0 *31,042 +1.5 13,906 +0.5 13,569 +1.0 -1.0 *45,936 -1.0 38,897 -1.0 32,522 -2.0 21,633 -2.0 19,283 -1.0 23,409 -1.0 -2.0 34,341 -1.0 *37,655 +1.0 *37,761 -1.0 *36,829 -2.0 14,184 -2.0 15,606 -2.0 18,581 -3.0 37,359 -2.0 36,757 -2.0 43,802

21 05/01 22 05/02 23 05/03 05/04 24 05/05 25 05/06 26 05/07 27 05/08 28 05/09 29 05/10 30 05/11 31 05/12 32 05/13 05/14 33 05/15 34 05/16 35 05/17 05/18 36 05/19 37 05/20 38 05/21 39 05/22 40 05/23 41 05/24 42 05/25 43 05/26 44 05/27 45 05/28 46 47 05/29 48 05/30 49 05/31 MAY REC: 13-16

at TB! R-N L 0-2 Colome-s (1-0) TILLMAN-s (2-3) Boxberger (6) 10-11 4 -3.0 9,945 at TB! R-N W 4-0 GONZALEZ-s (3-1) Archer-s (3-3) BRACH (1) 11-11 T-3 -3.0 12,789 at TB! R-D W 4-2 HUNTER-r (1-1) Geltz-r (1-1) BRITTON (5) 12-11 T-2 -3.0 16,652 off day 12-11 3 -2.5 at NYM R-N L 2-3 Colon-s (5-1) NORRIS-s (1-3) Familia (11) 12-12 3 -3.5 20,534 at NYM R-N L 1-5 deGrom-s (3-3) JIMENEZ-s (2-2) - 12-13 T-3 -3.5 21,667 at NYY R-N L 3-4 Eovaldi-s (3-0) TILLMAN-s (2-4) Miller (12) 12-14 T-4 -4.5 39,816 at NYY R-N L 4-5 Betances-r (4-0) GONZALEZ-s (3-2) Miller (13) 12-15 T-4 -5.5 38,731 at NYY R-D W 6-2 CHEN-s (1-1) Whitley-s (1-1) BRITTON (6) 13-15 4 -4.5 41,280 at NYY R-D L 2-6 Pineda-s (5-0) NORRIS-s (1-4) - 13-16 T-4 -5.5 39,059 vs. TOR H-N W 5-2 JIMENEZ-s (3-2) Estrada-s (1-2) BRITTON (7) 14-16 T-4 -5.5 20,468 vs. TOR H-N L 2-10 Buehrle-s (5-2) TILLMAN-s (2-5) - 14-17 T-4 -5.5 17,319 vs. TOR H-N W 6-1 GONZALEZ-s (4-2) Sachez-s (3-3) O’DAY (1) 15-17 T-4 -4.5 24,654 off day 15-17 T-4 -4.0 vs. LAA H-N L 1-3 Weaver-s (2-4) CHEN-s (1-2) Street (12) 15-18 T-4 -4.0 35,470 vs. LAA H-N L 1-6 Shoemaker-s (3-3) JIMENEZ-s (3-3) - 15-19 T-4 -5.0 29,102 vs. LAA H-D W 3-0 WRIGHT-s (1-0) Richards-s (3-2) BRITTON (8) 16-19 4 -4.0 41,733 off day 16-19 4 -4.0 vs. SEA H-N W 9-4 GONZALEZ-s (5-2) Farquhar-r (0-2) - 17-19 4 -3.0 19,494 vs. SEA H-N L 2-4 Elias-s (1-1) CHEN-s (1-3) Rodney (10) 17-20 4 -3.0 21,710 vs. SEA H-D W 5-4 HUNTER-r (2-1) Farquhar-r (0-3) BRITTON (9) 18-20 3 -3.0 33,085 at MIA R-N W 8-5 WILSON-r (1-0) Alvarez-s (0-4) BRITTON (10) 19-20 3 -3.0 19,977 at MIA R-N L 0-1 (13) Capps-r (1-0) McFARLAND-r (0-1) - 19-21 3 -3.0 21,356 at MIA R-D L 2-5 Koehler-s (3-3) GONZALEZ-s (5-3) Ramos (2) 19-22 4 -3.0 23,834 vs. HOU H-D W 4-3 BRACH-r (2-0) Keuchel-s (6-1) BRITTON (11) 20-22 3 -2.0 28,909 vs. HOU H-N L 1-4 Feldman-s (4-4) TILLMAN-s (2-6) Gregerson (13) 20-23 3 -2.5 21,541 vs. HOU H-D W 5-4 BRACH-r (3-0) Sipp-r (2-2) BRITTON (12) 21-23 3 -2.5 16,401 vs. CWS H-D L 2-3 Sale-s (4-2) WILSON-s (1-1) Petricka (1) 21-24 vs. CWS H-D W 6-3 WRIGHT-s (2-0) Beck-s (0-1) BRITTON (13) 22-24 3 -2.0 18,441 vs. TB H-N W 2-1 O’DAY-r (1-0) Gomes-r (1-2) - 23-24 T-2 -1.0 *45,505 vs. TB H-D L 0-3 Ramirez-s (3-2) CHEN-s (1-4) Boxberger (14) 23-25 3 -2.0 38,177 vs. TB H-D L 5-9 Odorizzi-s (4-5) TILLMAN-s (2-7) Boxberger (15) 23-26 3 -2.0 36,945 AVG: .231 HR: 28 R/G: 3.3 ERA: 3.38 SP ERA: 3.84 RP ERA: 2.40

4 -2.0 ^0 4 -2.0 SP ERA: 5.06 RP ERA: 4.35

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50 06/01 at HOU R-N L 2-5 Harris-r (2-0) BRACH-r (3-1) Gregerson (14) 23-27 3 -3.0 17,259 51 06/02 at HOU R-N L 4-6 McHugh-s (6-2) WRIGHT-s (2-1) Gregerson (15) 23-28 3 -4.0 18,730 52 06/03 at HOU R-N L 1-3 McCullers-s (2-0) GONZALEZ-s (5-4) - 23-29 T-4 -5.0 20,305 53 06/04 at HOU R-D W 3-2 O’DAY-r (2-0) Qualls-r (1-3) BRITTON (14) 24-29 4 -4.5 20,219 54 06/05 at CLE R-N W 5-2 TILLMAN-s (3-7) Marcum-s (2-1) BRITTON (15) 25-29 4 -4.5 26,070 55 06/06 at CLE R-D L 1-2 Salazar-s (6-1) BRACH-r (3-2) Allen (13) 25-30 T-4 -5.5 24,939 56 06/07 at CLE R-D W 7-3 NORRIS-s (2-4) Carrasco-s (7-5) - 26-30 T-4 -5.5 18,151 06/08 off day 26-30 T-4 -5.5 57 06/09 vs. BOS H-N W 1-0 ROE-r (1-0) Barnes-r (2-1) BRITTON (16) 27-30 4 -5.5 28,460 58 06/10 vs. BOS H-N W 5-2 CHEN-s (2-4) Porcello-s (4-6) O’DAY (2) 28-30 4 -4.5 22,201 59 06/11 vs. BOS H-N W 6-5 TILLMAN-s (4-7) Miley-s (5-6) BRITTON (17) 29-30 4 -4.0 22,840 60 06/12 vs. NYY H-N W 11-3 JIMENEZ-s (4-3) Pineda-s (7-3) - 30-30 4 -3.0 33,203 61 06/13 vs. NYY H-N W 9-4 ROE-r (2-0) Martin-r (0-2) - 31-30 4 -2.0 38,909 62 06/14 vs. NYY H-D L 3-5 Shreve-r (3-1) WRIGHT-s (2-2) Betances (3) 31-31 4 -3.0 36,343 63 06/15 vs. PHI H-N W 4-0 CHEN-s (3-4) Harang-s (4-8) - 32-31 4 -3.0 23,730 64 06/16 vs. PHI H-N W 19-3 TILLMAN-s (5-7) Williams-s (3-7) - 33-31 T-3 -2.0 26,964 65 06/17 at PHI R-N W 6-4 JIMENEZ-s (5-3) Correia-s (0-1) BRITTON (18) 34-31 3 -2.0 26,162 66 06/18 at PHI R-D L 1-2 Diekman-r (1-1) NORRIS-s (2-5) Papelbon (13) 34-32 4 -3.0 26,220 67 06/19 at TOR R-N L 4-5 Estrada-s (5-3) WRIGHT-s (2-3) Cecil (5) 34-33 4 -4.0 32,322 68 06/20 at TOR R-D W 5-3 O’DAY-r (3-0) Loup-r (2-4) BRITTON (19) 35-33 4 -4.0 *46,018 69 06/21 at TOR R-D W 13-9 O’DAY-r (4-0) Cecil-r (1-4) - 36-33 4 -3.0 *46,092 06/22 off day 36-33 4 -2.5 70 06/23 at BOS R-N W 6-4 JIMENEZ-s (6-3) Kelly-s (2-5) BRITTON (20) 37-33 3 -2.5 36,508 71 06/24 at BOS R-N L 1-5 Buchholz-s (5-6) NORRIS-s (2-6) - 37-34 4 -2.5 *37,762 72 06/25 at BOS R-D W 8-6 GONZALEZ-s (6-4) Rodriguez-s (3-2) BRITTON (21) 38-34 T-3 -2.0 *37,706 73 06/26 vs. CLE H-N W 4-3 O’DAY-r (5-0) Rzepczynski-r (1-3) BRITTON (22) 39-34 T-3 -1.0 31,112 06/27 vs. CLE H-N PPD BY RAIN, MADE UP AS PART OF A DOUBLEHEADER ON JUNE 28 39-34 3 -1.5 74 06/28 vs. CLE H-D W 4-0 JIMENEZ-s (7-3) Bauer-s (6-5) - 40-34 *45,675 75 06/28 vs. CLE H-N W 8-0 TILLMAN-s (6-7) Murata-s (0-1) - 41-34 T-1 +0.5 40,006 76 06/29 vs. TEX H-N L 1-8 Rodriguez-s (5-3) NORRIS-s (2-7) - 41-35 T-1 +0.5 21,565 77 06/30 vs. TEX H-N L 6-8 Lewis-s (8-3) GONZALEZ-s (6-5) Tolleson (11) 41-36 T-1 +0.5 27,370 JUNE RECORD: 18-10 AVG: .273 HR: 38 R/G: 4.9 ERA: 3.53 SP ERA: 4.40 RP ERA: 2.11

MEDIA

78 07/01 vs. TEX H-N W 4-2 CHEN-s (4-4) Martinez-s (5-5) BRITTON (23) 42-36 79 07/02 vs. TEX H-N L 0-2 Kela-r (5-5) ROE-r (2-1) Tolleson (12) 42-37 80 07/03 at CWS R-N L 0-1 Danks-s (4-8) JIMENEZ-s (7-4) Robertson (17) 42-38 81 07/04 at CWS R-D L 2-3 Putnam-r (2-3) NORRIS-r (2-8) Robertson (18) 42-39 82 07/05 at CWS R-D W 9-1 GONZALEZ-s (7-5) Rodon-s (3-2) - 43-39 83 07/06 at MIN R-N L 2-4 (10) May-r (5-7) HUNTER-r (2-2) - 43-40 84 07/07 at MIN R-N L 3-8 Gibson-s (7-6) GAUSMAN-s (1-1) - 43-41 85 07/08 at MIN R-D L 3-5 Milone-s (5-1) NORRIS-r (2-9) Perkins (28) 43-42 07/09 off day 43-42 86 07/10 vs. WAS H-N W 3-2 BRITTON-r (1-0) Roark-r (4-4) - 44-42 87 07/11 vs. WAS H-N L 4-7 Zimmermann-s (8-5) GONZALEZ-s (7-6) Storen (26) 44-43 88 07/12 vs. WAS H-D L 2-3 Scherzer-s (10-7) CHEN-s (4-5) Storen (27) 44-44 PRE-ASB RECORD: 44-44 AVG: .255 HR: 110 R/G: 4.4 ERA: 3.74

1 +0.5 23,019 T-1 +1.0 31,915 2 -1.0 27,384 2 -2.0 22,559 2 -1.0 22,519 2 -1.5 23,213 T-2 -1.5 25,091 T-2 -3.0 29,289 2 -3.0 2 -3.0 *46,289 2 -3.0 *44,495 3 -4.0 *46,247 SP ERA: 4.20 RP ERA: 2.90



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6-4 MCFARLAND (1-2) Hutchison (13-5) PPD BY RAIN, MADE UP AS PART OF A DOUBLEHEADER ON OCTOBER 3 9-2 CHEN-s (11-8) Nova-s (6-11) 4-3 McFARLAND-r (2-2) Betances-r (6-4) 9-4 TILLMAN-s (11-11) Pineda-s (12-10) HR: 7 R/G: 7.0 HR: 107 R/G: 4.4 HR: 217 R/G: 4.4

BRITTON (35)

78-81

T-5 -15.0 26,330 SP ERA: 5.07 RP ERA: 4.78 -14.0

18,257

- 79-81 29,227 BRITTON (36) 80-81 3 -13.0 35,198 - 81-81 3 -12.0 33,224 ERA: 3.25 SP ERA: 3.44 RP ERA: 3.06 ERA: 4.42 SP ERA: 4.92 RP ERA: 4.21 ERA: 4.05 SP ERA: 4.53 RP ERA: 3.21

ORIOLE PARK

H-N W H-N H-D W H-N W H-D W AVG: .311 AVG: .253 AVG: .250

ORIOLES REACH

FRONT OFFICE

159 10/01 vs. TOR 10/02 vs. NYY 160 10/03 vs. NYY 161 10/03 vs. NYY 162 10/04 vs. NYY OCT RECORD: 4-0 POST-ASB RECORD: 37-37 2015 RECORD: 81-81

-12.0 22,987 -12.0 15,963 -12.0 -11.0 *46,201 -12.0 *46,373 -13.0 *46,136 -13.0 31,039 -13.0 30,785 -12.0 30,038 -12.0 -12.0 *45,420 -13.5 35,439 12.5 22,496 -12.0 19,666 -11.0 21,260 -12.0 22,642 -12.0 9,617 -13.0 10,697 -12.0 17,053 -12.0 17,801 -12.5 -11.5 27,338 -11.5 27,991 -11.0 28,456 -12.0 32,411 -13.0 *36,316 -14.0 33,306 -15.0 19,093

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2016 ORIOLES

132 09/01 vs. TB H-N L 2-11 Smyly-s (2-2) TILLMAN-s (9-10) - 63-69 133 09/02 vs. TB H-N W 7-6 (11) BRACH-r (5-2) Andriese-r (3-5) - 64-69 09/03 off day 64-69 134 09/04 at TOR R-N W 10-2 JIMENEZ-s (10-9) Hutchison-s (13-3) 65-69 135 09/05 at TOR R-D L 1-5 Price-s (14-5) WRIGHT-s (2-4) - 65-70 136 09/06 at TOR R-D L 4-10 Estrada-s (12-8) TILLMAN-s (9-11) - 65-71 137 09/07 at NYY R-D L 6-8 Wilson-r (5-0) RONDON-r (0-1) Miller (32) 65-72 138 09/08 at NYY R-N W 2-1 O’DAY-r (6-2) Shreve-r (6-2) BRITTON (31) 66-72 139 09/09 at NYY R-N W 5-3 JIMENEZ-s (11-9) Warren-r (6-6) BRITTON (32) 67-72 09/10 off day 67-72 140 09/11 vs. KC H-N W 14-8 GIVENS-r (2-0) Herrera-r (4-3) - 68-72 141 09/12 vs. KC H-D L 6-14 Ventura-s (11-8) MATUSZ-r (1-4) - 68-73 142 09/13 vs. KC H-D W 8-2 CHEN-s (9-7) Cueto-s (2-6) - 69-73 143 09/14 vs. BOS H-N W 2-0 GAUSMAN-s (3-6) Rodriguez-s (9-6) - 70-73 144 09/15 vs. BOS H-N W 6-5 (13) ROE-r (3-2) Aro-r (0-1) - 71-73 145 09/16 vs. BOS H-N L 1-10 Owens-s (3-2) WRIGHT-s (2-5) - 71-74 146 09/17 at TB R-N W 4-3 ROE-r (4-2) Colome-r (6-5) O’DAY (3) 72-74 147 09/18 at TB R-N L 6-8 Smyly-s (3-2) WILSON-s (2-2) Boxberger (35) 72-75 148 09/19 at TB R-N W 2-1 CHEN-s (10-7) Ramirez-s (10-6) BRITTON (34) 73-75 149 09/20 at TB R-D L 6-7 Yates-r (1-0) BRITTON-r (4-1) - 73-76 09/21 at WAS R-N PPD BY RAIN, MADE UP ON SEPTEMBER 24 73-76 150 09/22 at WAS R-N W 4-1 JIMENEZ-s (12-9) Gonzalez-s (11-8) O’DAY (4) 74-76 151 09/23 at WAS R-N W 4-3 TILLMAN-s (10-11) Scherzer-s (12-12) O’DAY (5) 75-76 152 09/24 at WAS R-D W 5-4 WRIGHT-r (3-5) Treinen-r (2-4) O’DAY (6) 76-76 153 09/25 at BOS R-N L 0-7 Hill-s (2-0) GAUSMAN-s (3-7) - 76-77 154 09/26 at BOS R-D L 0-8 Hembree-r (2-0) CHEN-s (10-8) - 76-78 155 09/27 at BOS R-D L 0-2 Owens-s (4-3) JIMENEZ-s (12-10) Ross (6) 76-79 156 09/28 vs. TOR H-N L 3-4 Cecil-r (5-5) BRACH-r (5-3) Osuna (20) 76-80 09/29 vs. TOR H-N PPD BY RAIN, MADE UP AS PART OF A DOUBLEHEADER ON SEPTEMBER 30 157 09/30 vs. TOR H-D L 2-15 Stroman-s (4-0) GONZALEZ-s (9-12) - 76-81 158 09/30 vs. TOR H-N W 8-1 GAUSMAN-s (4-7) Tepera-r (0-2) - 77-81 SEPT RECORD: 14-13 AVG: .228 HR: 41 R/G: 4.4 ERA: 4.95

2015 IN REVIEW

2 -5.0 *45,968 2 -6.0 33,381 2 -5.5 11,476 3 -6.5 16,328 3 -5.5 20,176 3 -6.0 3 -6.0 42,578 3 -5.0 43,041 3 -5.0 37,154 3 -4.5 20,839 3 -4.5 24,863 4 -5.0 25,661 4 -5.5 3 -5.0 36,784 3 -5.0 *44,028 3 -4.0 28,228 3 -4.0 22,766 3 -5.0 34,068 3 -5.0 36,165 3 -5.0 20,109 3 -5.0 32,025 3 -6.0 35,301 3 -6.5 35,144 T-3 -7.0 27,797 T-3 -8.0 29,734 3 -8.0 33,003 T-3 -8.0 31,155 T-3 -9.0 28,337 T-3 -10.0 29.768 4 -11.0 22,256 4 -11.0 19,841 SP ERA: 5.23 RP ERA: 2.76

OPPONENTS

103 08/01 vs. DET H-N W 6-2 GAUSMAN-s (2-2) Sanchez-s (10-9) - 53-50 104 08/02 vs. DET H-D L 1-6 Norris-s (2-1) JIMENEZ-s (8-7) - 53-51 105 08/03 at OAK R-N W 9-2 WILSON-s (2-1) Chavez-s (5-11) - 54-51 106 08/04 at OAK R-N L 0-5 Bassitt-s (1-4) GONZALEZ-s (9-8) - 54-52 107 08/05 at OAK R-D W 7-3 BRITTON-r (2-0) Leon-r (0-1) - 55-52 08/06 off day 55-52 108 08/07 at LAA R-N L 4-8 Salas-r (2-1) GAUSMAN-s (2-3) - 55-53 109 08/08 at LAA R-N W 5-0 JIMENEZ-s (9-7) Richards-s (11-9) - 56-53 110 08/09 at LAA R-D L 4-5 (11) Gott-r (2-0) ROE-r (2-2) - 56-54 111 08/10 at SEA R-N W 3-2 CHEN-s (6-6) Nuno-s (0-1) BRITTON (28) 57-54 112 08/11 at SEA R-N L 5-6 (10) Rodney-r (5-4) McFARLAND-r (0-2) - 57-55 113 08/12 at SEA R-D L 0-3 Iwakuma-s (4-2) GAUSMAN-s (2-4) - 57-56 08/13 off day 57-56 114 08/14 vs. OAK H-N W 8-6 (13) GARCIA-r (1-0) Pomeranz-r (4-5) - 58-56 115 08/15 vs. OAK H-N W 4-3 BRITTON-r (3-0) Venditte-r (0-1) - 59-56 116 08/16 vs. OAK H-D W 18-2 CHEN-s (7-6) Graveman-s (6-9) - 60-56 117 08/17 vs. OAK H-N W 4-2 TILLMAN-s (9-7) Gray-s (12-5) BRITTON (29) 61-56 118 08/18 vs. NYM H-N L 3-5 de Grom-s (12-6) GAUSMAN-s (2-5) Familia (33) 61-57 119 08/19 vs. NYM H-N W 5-4 BRITTON-r (4-0) Torres-r (4-5) - 62-57 120 08/20 vs. MIN H-N L 2-15 Duffey-s (2-1) GONZALEZ-s (9-9) - 62-58 121 08/21 vs. MIN H-N L 3-4 Fien-r (3-5) O’DAY-r (5-2) Jepsen (6) 62-59 122 08/22 vs. MIN H-N L 2-3 Fien-r (4-5) TILLMAN-s (9-8) Jepsen (7) 62-60 123 08/23 vs. MIN H-D L 3-4 (12) Perkins-r (2-4) MATUSZ-r (1-3) Milone (1) 62-61 124 08/24 at KC R-N L 3-8 Medlen-s (2-0) JIMENEZ-s (9-8) - 62-62 125 08/25 at KC R-N L 2-3 Duffy-s (7-6) GONZALEZ-s (9-10) Davis (12) 62-63 126 08/26 at KC R-N W 8-5 CHEN-s (8-6) Cueto-s (2-3) BRITTON (30) 63-63 127 08/27 at KC R-D L 3-5 Ventura-s (9-7) TILLMAN-s (9-9) - 63-64 128 08/28 at TEX R-N L 1-4 Hamels-s (2-1) GAUSMAN-s (2-6) Tolleson (27) 63-65 129 08/29 at TEX R-N L 3-4 Perez-s (2-3) JIMENEZ-s (9-9) Tolleson (28) 63-66 130 08/30 at TEX R-D L 0-6 Holland-s (2-1) GONZALEZ-s (9-11) - 63-67 131 08/31 vs. TB H-N L 3-6 Archer-s (12-10) CHEN-s (8-7) Boxberger (33) 63-68 AUG RECORD: 11-18 AVG: .247 HR: 40 R/G: 4.1 ERA: 4.37

MINOR LEAGUES

G Date Opp. H/R-D/N W-L Score Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save Rec. Pos. GA/B Att. 07/13 2015 2015 Home Run Derby (Manny Machado eliminated in the first round of bracket competition by Joc Pederson, 13-12) 07/14 All- 86th Major League Baseball All-Star Game, Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati, OH (AL defeated NL, 6-3) 07/15 Star 07/16 Break 89 0717 at DET R-N L 3-7 Sanchez-s (9-7) JIMENEZ-s (7-5) - 44-45 4 -5.0 36,378 90 07/18 at DET R-N W 3-0 TILLMAN-s (7-7) Price-s (9-3) BRITTON (24) 45-45 3 -4.0 40,033 91 07/19 at DET R-D W 9-3 GONZALEZ-s (8-6) Verlander-s (0-3) - 46-45 2 -4.0 39,978 07/20 off day 46-45 2 4.0 92 07/21 at NYY R-N L 2-3 Wilson-r (3-0) CHEN-s (4-6) Miller (21) 46-46 3 -5.0 37,993 93 07/22 at NYY R-N L 3-4 Nova-s (2-3) GAUSMAN-s (1-2) Miller (22) 46-47 T-3 -6.0 43,887 94 07/23 at NYY R-D L 3-9 Tanaka-s (7-3) JIMENEZ-s (7-6) - 46-48 4 -7.0 *46,875 95 07/24 at TB R-N L 1-3 Colome-r (4-4) O’DAY-r (5-1) McGee (5) 46-49 4 -7.0 17,838 96 07/25 at TB R-N W 5-1 GONZALEZ-s (9-6) Ramirez-s (8-4) - 47-49 4 -7.0 24,327 97 07/26 at TB R-D W 5-2 CHEN-s (5-6) Moore-s (1-2) BRITTON (25) 48-49 3 -7.0 18,613 98 07/27 vs. ATL H-N W 2-1 (11) BRACH-r (4-2) Avilan-r (2-4) - 49-49 3 -7.0 26,256 99 07/28 vs. ATL H-N W 7-3 JIMENEZ-s (8-6) Teheran-s (6-6) - 50-49 2 -7.0 28,592 100 07/29 vs. ATL H-N W 2-0 TILLMAN-s (8-7) Foltynewicz-s (3-3) BRITTON (26) 51-49 2 -6.0 29,328 101 07/30 vs. DET H-N L 8-9 Simon-s (10-6) GONZALEZ-s (9-7) Wilson (1) 51-50 T-2 -6.0 30,136 102 07/31 vs. DET H-N W 8-7 GIVENS-r (1-0) Valdez-r (0-1) BRITTON (27) 52-50 T-2 -6.0 36,985 JULY RECORD: 11-14 AVG: .233 HR: 34 R/G: 3.7 ERA: 3.63 SP ERA: 3.93 RP ERA: 2.99

RECORDS & HISTORY

2015 IN REVIEW

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DATE 01/09 01/12 01/16 01/26 01/27 01/30 02/03 02/04 02/25 03/09 03/10 03/11 03/15 03/16 03/20 03/21 03/28 04/02 04/05 04/06 04/07 04/09 04/11 04/13 04/18 04/24 05/07 05/08 05/10 05/12 05/13 05/18 05/22 05/23 05/24 05/26 05/27 05/28 05/29 06/03 06/05

PLAYER(S) & TRANSACTION(S) Delmon Young (OF); Signed as a free agent to a one-year contract…Ryan Lavarnway (C); DFA Tommy Hunter (RHP); Agreed to terms on a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration Chris Davis (INF), Brian Matusz (LHP), Chris Tillman (RHP), Matt Wieters (C); Agreed to terms on one-year contracts, avoiding arbitration…Ryan Lavarnway (C); Outrighted to AAA NFK Ryan Flaherty (INF) and Bud Norris (RHP); Agreed to terms on a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration Travis Snider (OF); Acquired from PIT in exchange for MiLg LHP Stephen Tarpley and a PTBNL… Michael Ohlman (C); DFA Steve Pearce (OF); Agreed to terms on a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration Miguel Gonzalez (RHP); Agreed to terms on a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration Zach Britton (LHP); Agreed to terms on a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration Everth Cabrera (INF); Signed as a free agent to a one-year contract…Alex Hassan (OF); DFA Oliver Drake (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK Brad Brach (RHP), Jason Garcia (RHP), Kevin Gausman (RHP), Logan Verrett (RHP), Tyler Wilson (RHP), Mike Wright (RHP), Tim Berry (LHP), T.J. McFarland (LHP), Steve Clevenger (C), Caleb Joseph (C), Manny Machado (INF), Jimmy Paredes (INF), Jonathan Schoop (INF), Christian Walker (INF), David Lough (OF), Henry Urrutia (OF); Agree to terms on one-year contracts Eddie Gamboa (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK Rey Navarro (INF); Optioned to AAA NFK Christian Walker (INF); Optioned to AAA NFK…Dylan Bundy (RHP); Optioned to AA BOW Tim Berry (LHP) and Mike Wright (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK Henry Urrutia (OF); Optioned to AAA NFK Tyler Wilson (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK Logan Verrett (RHP); Claimed off waivers by Texas J.J. Hardy (INF), David Lough (OF), Matt Wieters (C); Placed on the 15-day DL, retroactive to March 27… Jimmy Paredes (INF); Placed on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 1…T.J. McFarland (LHP); Optioned to AAA NFK Ryan Lavarnway (C); Contract selected from AAA NFK...Ryan Webb (RHP); DFA Chris Davis (INF); Reinstated from the Restricted List…Steve Clevenger (C); Optioned to AAA NFK MiLg Chris O’Brien (C), Ben Rowen (RHP); Acquired from LAD in exchange for RHP Ryan Webb, MiLg C Brian Ward, Competitive Balance Round B pick (74th Overall) in the 2015 First-Year Player Draft Wesley Wright (LHP); Placed on the 15-day DL (left trapezius strain)…Eddie Gamboa (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK Eddie Gamboa (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK…David Lough (OF); Reinstated from the 15-day DL Jonathan Schoop (INF); Placed on the 15-day DL (sprained right knee)…Jimmy Paredes (INF); Reinstated from the 15-day DL Ryan Flaherty (INF); Placed on the 15-day DL (right groin strain)…Rey Navarro (INF); Recalled from AAA NFK Everth Cabrera (INF); Placed on the 15-day DL (left foot contusion)…J.J. Hardy (INF); Reinstated from the 15-day DL Kevin Gausman (RHP); Placed on the 15-day DL (right shoulder tendinitis)…Rey Navarro (INF); Optioned to AAA NFK…Ryan Flaherty (INF); Reinstated from the 15-day DL…T.J. McFarland (LHP); Recalled from AAA NFK Jorge Rondon (RHP); Claimed off waivers from Colorado…Optioned to AAA NFK…Matt Wieters (CA); Transferred to the 60-day DL Ryan Flaherty (INF); Placed on the 15-day DL (right groin strain)…Rey Navarro (INF); Recalled from AAA NFK Jason Garcia (RHP); Placed on the 15-day DL (right shoulder tendinitis)…Mike Wright (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK Bud Norris (RHP); Placed on the 15-day DL (bronchitis), retroactive to May 11…Tyler Wilson (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK Everth Cabrera (INF); Reinstated from the 15-day DL…Rey Navarro (INF); Optioned to AAA NFK Tyler Wilson (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK…Oliver Drake (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK T.J. McFarland (LHP); Optioned to AAA NFK…Chaz Roe (RHP); Contract selected from AAA NFK… Wesley Wright (LHP); Transferred to 60-day DL Ryan Lavarnway (C); DFA…Steve Clevenger (C); Recalled from AAA NFK Ryan Flaherty (INF); Reinstated from the 15-day DL…Alejandro De Aza (OF); DFA Tyler Wilson (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK as 26th man for DH…Returned to AAA NFK (post-game) Ryan Lavarnway (C); Outrighted to AAA NFK…Elected FA T.J. McFarland (LHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Oliver Drake (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK Matt Wieters (C); Reinstated from the 60-day DL…Steve Clevenger (C); Optioned to AAA NFK… Everth Cabrera (INF); DFA…Rey Navarro (INF); Recalled from AAA NFK…Mike Wright (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK…Cesar Cabral (LHP); Contract selected from AAA NFK…Brian Matusz (LHP); Began serving eight-game suspension

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PLAYER(S) & TRANSACTION(S) Bud Norris (RHP); Reinstated from the 15-day DL…Rey Navarro (INF); Optioned to AAA NFK Nolan Reimold (OF); Contract selected from AAA NFK…Cesar Cabral (LHP): Optioned to AAA NFK Mike Wright (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Miguel Gonzalez (RHP); Placed on the 15-day DL, retroactive to June 10 (right groin strain) Everth Cabrera (INF): Released Tyler Wilson (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…T.J. McFarland (LHP); Optioned to AAA NFK…Brian Matusz (LHP); Reinstated from the Suspended List Chris Parmelee (INF); Contract selected from AAA NFK…Wei-Yin Chen (LHP); Optioned to A FRK… Jonathan Schoop (INF); Transferred to 60-day DL Kevin Gausman (RHP); Reinstated from the 15-day DL…Mychal Givens (RHP); Contract selected from AA BOW… Mike Wright (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK…Tyler Wilson (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK…Jason Garcia (RHP); Transferred to the 60-day DL Oliver Drake (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Kevin Gausman (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK T.J. McFarland (LHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Oliver Drake (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK Miguel Gonzalez (RHP); Reinstated from the 15-day DL...Mychal Givens (RHP); Optioned to AA BOW Wei-Yin Chen (LHP); Recalled from A FRK…T.J. McFarland (LHP); Optioned to AAA NFK T.J. McFarland (LHP); Recalled from AAA NFK as 26th man for G2 of DH…Returned to AAA NFK (post-game) Tyler Wilson (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Delmon Young (OF); DFA Kevin Gausman (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Tyler Wilson (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK Ryan Flaherty (INF); Optioned to AAA NFK (post-game) Jonathan Schoop (INF); Reinstated from 60-day DL Ryan Flaherty (INF); Recalled from AAA NFK…Nolan Reimold (OF); Placed on Paternity List Kevin Gausman (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK (post-game) Christian Walker (INF); Recalled from AAA NFK Nolan Reimold (OF); Reinstated from Paternity List…Delmon Young (OF); Released Wesley Wright (LHP); Reinstated from the 60-day DL…DFA Wesley Wright (LHP); Released…Kevin Gausman (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Steve Pearce (OF); Placed on the 15-day DL, retroactive to July 19 (left oblique strain) Gerardo Parra (OF); Acquired from MIL in exchange for MiLg RHP Zach Davies…Bud Norris (RHP): DFA… Mychal Givens (RHP); Recalled from AA BOW…Junior Lake (OF); Acquired from CHC in exchange for RHP Tommy Hunter…Mike Wright (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Gerardo Parra (OF); Reported to the club… Chris Parmelee (INF); DFA Jorge Rondon (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Mike Wright (RHP); Placed on the 15-day DL (left calf strain) Jorge Rondon (RHP) optioned to AAA NFK (post-game) Tyler Wilson (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK T.J. McFarland (LHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Tyler Wilson (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK Jason Garcia (RHP); Reinstated from 60-day DL…Mychal Givens (RHP); Optioned to AA BOW Junior Lake (OF); Recalled from AAA NFK…Travis Snider (OF); DFA Bud Norris (RHP); Released Mychal Givens (RHP); Recalled from AA BOW…Chaz Roe (RHP); Placed on the 15-day DL (right shoulder tendinitis) Steve Clevenger (C); Recalled from AAA NFK…David Lough (OF); DFA Henry Urrutia (OF); Recalled from AAA NFK…Junior Lake (OF); Optioned to AAA NFK Jorge Rondon (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Steve Pearce (INF/OF); Reinstated from the 15-day DL… J.J. Hardy (INF); Placed on the 15-day DL (left groin strain)…Nolan Reimold (OF); DFA Paul Janish (INF); Contract selected from AAA NFK…Steve Clevenger (C); Placed on the paternity list Jorge Rondon (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK (post-game) Steve Clevenger (C); Reinstated from the paternity list…Dariel Alvarez (OF); Contract selected from AAA NFK… Henry Urrutia (OF); Optioned to AAA NFK Steve Johnson (RHP): Contract selected from AAA NFK…Oliver Drake (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK… Chaz Roe (RHP); Reinstated from the 15-day DL Dariel Alvarez (OF); Optioned to A FRK (post-game) Junior Lake (OF); Recalled from AAA NFK…Jorge Rondon (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Mike Wright (RHP); Reinstated from the 15-day DL…Miguel Gonzalez (RHP); Placed on the 15-day DL, retroactive to August 31 (right shoulder tendinitis) Nolan Reimold (OF); Contract selected from AAA NFK…Andy Wilkins (INF); Claimed off waivers from Los Angeles-NL…Optioned to AAA NFK Oliver Drake (RHP); Optioned to AAA NFK (post-game)…Junior Lake (OF); Optioned to AAA NFK (post-game) J.J. Hardy (INF); Reinstated from 15-day DL…Dariel Alvarez (OF); Recalled from A FRK Oliver Drake (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK…Junior Lake (OF); Recalled from AAA NFK…Christian Walker (INF); Recalled from AAA NFK…Tyler Wilson (RHP); Recalled from AAA NFK

ORIOLE PARK

DATE 06/07 06/09 06/11 06/13 06/14 06/16 06/20 06/21 06/24 06/25 06/26 06/28 07/01 07/02 07/04 07/05 07/06 07/07 07/08 07/09 07/14 07/22 07/31 08/01 08/02 08/03 08/04 08/06 08/07 08/08 08/10 08/14 08/15 08/24 08/25 08/27 08/28 09/01 09/02 09/04 09/06 09/07 09/08 09/15

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DATE 09/24 09/29 10/20 11/02 11/06 11/13 11/20 11/25 12/02 12/10 12/14 12/23

PLAYER(S) & TRANSACTION(S) David Lough (OF); Contract selected from AAA NFK…Dylan Bundy (RHP); Recalled from AA BOW and placed on the 60-day DL (right shoulder strain) Miguel Gonzalez (RHP); Reinstated from the 15-day DL Vance Worley (RHP); Claimed off waivers from Pittsburgh Dylan Bundy (RHP); Reinstated from the 60-day DL Chris Jones (LHP); Contract selected from AAA NFK Matt Wieters (C); Accepted club’s Qualifying Offer Parker Bridwell (RHP), Chris Lee (LHP), Andrew Triggs (RHP); Contracts selected from AA BOW L.J. Hoes (OF); Acquired from HOU in exchange for cash considerations Mark Trumbo (OF/1B), C.J. Riefenhauser (LHP); Acquired from SEA in exchange for C Steve Clevenger… Steve Johnson (RHP); DFA…Francisco Peña (C); Acquired from KC in exchange for cash considerations… Paul Janish (INF); DFA…Nolan Reimold (OF), Vance Worley (RHP); Agreed to terms on 2016 contracts, avoiding arbitration Joey Rickard (OF); Selected from TB in the Rule 5 Draft Darren O’Day (RHP); Signed four-year contract…Rey Navarro (INF); DFA Hyun Soo Kim (OF); Signed two-year contract

2016 TRANSACTIONS

2015 IN REVIEW OPPONENTS

DATE 01/08 01/15 01/21 01/26 02/04 02/05 02/25

PLAYER(S) & TRANSACTION(S) Joey Terdoslavich (INF/OF); Claimed off waivers from Atlanta Brad Brach (RHP), Ryan Flaherty (INF), Miguel Gonzalez (RHP), Manny Machado (INF), Chris Tillman (RHP), Mark Trumbo (OF/INF); Agreed to terms on one-year contracts, avoiding arbitration Chris Davis (INF); Signed seven-year contract…Joey Terdoslavich (INF/OF); DFA Efren Navarro (OF); Acquired from LAA in exchange for cash considerations…L.J. Hoes (OF); DFA Odrisamer Despaigne (RHP); Acquired from SD in exchange for minor league RHP Jean Cosme… C.J. Riefenhauser (LHP); DFA…Brian Matusz (LHP); Agreed to terms on a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration Zach Britton (LHP); Agreed to terms on a one-year contract, avoiding arbitration Yovani Gallardo (RHP); Signed two-year contract with club option for 2018…Efren Navarro (OF); DFA

2015 ORIOLES ODDS AND ENDS

MINOR LEAGUES RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK

Home 47-31 Away 34-50 Day 27-28 Night 54-53 vs. LHP 22-21 vs. RHP 59-60 Series Record 26-21-7 First game of series 25-29 Last game of a series 29-24 Last 10 games 5-5 Win/Loss streak W5 Longest win streak 6 (6/7-13) Longest losing streak 6 (last 8/27-9/1) Most games over .500 7 (41-34) Most games under .500 7 (65-72)

Extra innings Shutouts One-run games Two-run games Lead after 7 innings Tied after 7 innings Trail after 7 innings Lead after 8 innings Tied after 8 innings Trail after 8 innings Orioles score first Opponent scores first Score four or more runs Score fewer than four runs Orioles homer

6-5 10-12 25-26 13-19 63-4 13-7 4-70 69-2 11-7 1-71 59-27 22-54 69-21 12-60 70-42

Outhit opponents 60-13 Equal hit total 7-6 Outhit by opponents 14-62 Most hits in a game 26 (8/16) Fewest hits in a game 0 (8/12) No errors 56-52 With one error 22-16 With two errors 2-8 With three or more errors 1-5 vs. AL 69-73 vs. AL East 39-37 vs. AL Central 15-18 vs. AL West 15-18 vs. NL 12-8 Largest home crowd 46,289* (7/10) Largest road crowd 46,875* (7/23)

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N.L. EAST WON LOST PCT. GB LAST 10 GAMES STREAK *NEW YORK 90 72 .556 - 5-5 WON 1 WASHINGTON 83 79 .512 7 5-5 LOST 1 MIAMI 71 91 .438 19 6-4 LOST 1 ATLANTA 67 95 .414 23 6-4 WON 3 PHILADELPHIA 63 99 .389 27 6-4 WON 1

HOME 49-32 46-35 41-40 42-39 37-44

ROAD vs EAST vs CENT vs WEST vs A.L. 41-40 47-29 13-20 21-12 9-11 37-44 44-32 14-19 17-16 8-12 30-51 35-41 13-19 16-18 7-13 25-56 34-42 15-18 12-21 6-14 26-55 30-46 11-23 14-18 8-12

N.L. CENTRAL WON LOST PCT. GB LAST 10 GAMES STREAK *ST. LOUIS 100 62 .617 - 4-6 LOST 3 yPITTSBURGH 98 64 .605 2 6-4 WON 1 yCHICAGO 97 65 .599 3 8-2 WON 8 MILWAUKEE 68 94 .420 32 4-6 LOST 4 CINCINNATI 64 98 .395 36 1-9 LOST 1

HOME 55-26 53-28 49-32 34-47 34-47

ROAD vs EAST vs CENT vs WEST vs A.L. 45-36 20-12 46-30 23-11 11-9 45-36 24-9 34-42 27-6 13-7 48-33 22-12 46-30 19-13 10-10 34-47 17-16 31-45 12-21 8-12 30-51 16-17 33-43 8-25 7-13

N.L. WEST WON LOST PCT. GB LAST 10 GAMES STREAK *LOS ANGELES 92 70 .568 - 5-5 WON 4 SAN FRANCISCO 84 78 .519 8 5-5 LOST 1 ARIZONA 79 83 .488 13 6-4 WON 1 SAN DIEGO 74 88 .457 18 3-7 LOST 3 COLORADO 68 94 .420 24 5-5 WON 1

HOME 55-26 47-34 39-42 39-42 36-45

ROAD vs EAST vs CENT vs WEST vs A.L. 37-44 19-13 17-17 46-30 10-10 37-44 18-15 15-18 38-38 13-7 40-41 15-18 14-19 39-37 11-9 35-46 17-16 15-18 35-41 7-13 32-49 16-18 15-17 32-44 5-15

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WILD CARD STANDINGS AMERICAN LEAGUE DIVISION LEADERS TEAM WINS LOSSES PCT. TORONTO 93 69 .574 KANSAS CITY 95 67 .586 TEXAS 88 74 .543

NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION LEADERS GB -

TEAM WINS LOSSES PCT. NEW YORK 90 72 .556 ST. LOUIS 100 62 .617 LOS ANGELES 92 70 .568

GB 1 3 4.5 5

TEAM WINS LOSSES PCT. zPITTSBURGH 98 64 .605 zCHICAGO 97 65 .599 SAN FRANCISCO 84 78 .519 WASHINGTON 83 79 .512 ARIZONA 79 83 .488

AMERICAN LEAGUE WILD CARD RACE TEAM WINS LOSSES PCT. zNEW YORK 87 75 .537 zHOUSTON 86 76 .531 LOS ANGELES 85 77 .525 MINNESOTA 83 79 .512 CLEVELAND 81 80 .503 BALTIMORE 81 81 .500 z - CLINCHED WILD CARD BERTH

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ROAD vs EAST vs CENT vs WEST vs N.L. 45-36 23-11 18-14 36-40 11-9 33-48 18-16 14-18 38-38 16-4 36-45 16-16 17-17 44-32 8-12 40-41 15-17 14-20 39-37 8-12 34-47 10-23 14-19 33-43 11-9

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HOME 43-38 53-28 49-32 36-45 34-47

2015 IN REVIEW

ROAD vs EAST vs CENT vs WEST vs N.L. 44-37 18-16 44-32 20-12 13-7 37-44 19-14 40-36 16-17 8-12 42-39 18-15 32-43 19-14 12-8 36-45 14-19 32-44 21-12 9-11 36-44 12-20 41-34 12-22 9-11

OPPONENTS

HOME 51-30 46-35 39-41 40-41 38-43

MINOR LEAGUES

A.L. CENTRAL WON LOST PCT. GB LAST 10 GAMES STREAK *KANSAS CITY 95 67 .586 - 6-4 WON 5 MINNESOTA 83 79 .512 12 5-5 LOST 3 CLEVELAND 81 80 .503 13.5 6-4 WON 3 CHICAGO 76 86 .469 19 4-6 LOST 1 DETROIT 74 87 .460 20.5 4-6 WON 1 A.L. WEST WON LOST PCT. GB LAST 10 GAMES STREAK *TEXAS 88 74 .543 - 5-5 WON 1 yHOUSTON 86 76 .531 2 6-4 LOST 1 LOS ANGELES 85 77 .525 3 7-3 LOST 1 SEATTLE 76 86 .469 12 2-8 WON 1 OAKLAND 68 94 .420 20 4-6 LOST 1

RECORDS & HISTORY

ROAD vs EAST vs CENT vs WEST vs N.L. 40-41 42-34 20-14 19-13 12-8 42-39 38-38 21-12 17-16 11-9 34-50 39-37 15-18 15-18 12-8 38-40 36-40 13-19 17-17 14-6 35-46 35-41 15-18 15-18 13-7

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HOME 53-28 45-36 47-31 42-42 43-38

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WON LOST PCT. GB LAST 10 GAMES STREAK 93 69 .574 - 6-4 LOST 2 87 75 .537 6 3-7 LOST 3 81 81 .500 12 5-5 WON 5 80 82 .494 13 6-4 WON 2 78 84 .481 15 6-4 LOST 4

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MANAGER & COACHES

BATTERS

AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB IBB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS SF SAC HBP DP 1B 2B 3B SS OF C E

Alvarez, Dariel

.241 12

29

3

7

1 0

1

1

11

2

0

8

0

0 .290 .379 .670 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Cabrera, Everth

.208 29

96

7 20

2 0

0

4 22

5

0 22

2

0 .250 .229 .479 2

1

1

4

0

2

0 27

0

Clevenger, Steve

.287 30 101 11 29

4 2

2 15 43

4

1 13

0

0 .314 .426 .740 0

0

0

3

1

0

0

0

0

9 0

Davis, Chris

.262 160 573 100 150 31 0 47 117 322 84

6 208

2

3 .361 .562 .923 5

0

8

6 111

0

0

0 30

0 3

0

0

0 27

De Aza, Alejandro .214 30 103 16 22

4 1

3

7

2 34

2

2 .277 .359 .636 0

0

2

1

Flaherty, Ryan

8 3

9 31 95 26

2 81

0

0 .281 .356 .637 2

2

4

8 11 56

.202 91 267 34 54

7 37

0

0 12

8 15

6

0 0 0 3

0 1 0 2

Hardy, J.J.

.219 114 411 45 90 14 0

8 37 128 20

0 88

0

0 .253 .311 .564 4

2

0 11

0

0

0 114

0

0 3

Janish, Paul

.286 14

0

0

0

0 .278 .371 .649 1

0

0

0

1

0 13

0

0 0 0 3

35

4 10

3 0

3 13

0

3

0

Jones, Adam

.269 137 546 74 147 25 3 27 82 259 24

3 102

3

1 .308 .474 .782 3

0

8 21

0

0

0

0 134

Joseph, Caleb

.234 100 320 38 75 16 1 11 49 126 27

2 72

0

0 .299 .394 .693 1

3

3

1

0

0

0

7

0 94 3

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Lake, Junior

.136

8

22

2

3

3 0

0

0

6

0

0

9

0

0 .136 .273 .409 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

0 2

Lavarnway, Ryan

.107 10

28

1

3

1 0

0

0

4

4

0

7

0

0 .219 .143 .362 0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

9 1

Lough, David

.201 84 134 14 27

1 1

4 12 42

5

0 36

2

4 .241 .313 .555 0

3

2

0

0

0

0

Machado, Manny

.286 162 633 102 181 30 1 35 86 318 70

2 111 20

8 .359 .502 .861 4

2

4 17

0

0 156

Navarro, Rey

.276 10

Paredes, Jimmy

.275 104 363 46 100 17 2 10 42 151 19

29

5

8

97 11 21

2 0

Parmelee, Chris

.216 32

Parra, Gerardo

.237 55 224 30 53 12 0

7 1

1 4

3 13

0

0

0 77

0 0

7

0 21

0

3

0

0 .276 .448 .724 0

1

0

0

0

9

0

0

0

0 1

0 111

4

4 .310 .416 .726 2

0

0

8

0

6

8

0

3

0 3

9 42

4

0 26

0

1 .255 .433 .688 0

0

1

1 25

0

0

0

8

0 1

5 20 80

8

1 35

5

1 .268 .357 .625 1

3

2

1

0

0

0 55

0 0

0

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Pearce, Steve

.218 92 294 42 64 13 1 15 40 124 23

1 69

1

1 .289 .422 .711 1

0

7 11 28 18

0

0 49

0 3

Reimold, Nolan

.247 61 170 24 42

2 47

0

0 .344 .394 .738 0

0

2

0

0 51

0 2

5 1

6 20 67 23

Schoop, Jonathan .279 86 305 34 85 17 0 15 39 147 Snider, Travis

.237 69 211 23 50

Urrutia, Henry

.265 10

Walker, Christian

.111

7

9 2

2

0

0

9

0 79

2

0 .306 .482 .788 2

1

4

9

0 84

0

0

0

0 7

3 20 72 23

1 56

1

0 .318 .341 .659 0

0

2

3

0

0

0 57

0 1

0

34

3

9

1 0

1

6 13

2

0

3

0

0 .306 .382 .688 0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

8

0 0

9

0

1

0 0

0

0

3

0

4

0

0 .333 .111 .444 0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0 0

0 55 5

1

OPPONENTS

Wieters, Matt

.267 75 258 24 69 14 1

8 25 109 21

0 67

0

0 .319 .422 .742 3

0

0

4

3

0

0

0

Young, Delmon

.270 52 174 20 47

2 16 59

0 29

0

0 .289 .339 .628 1

0

1

8

0

0

0

0 42

Team Total

.250 162 5485 713 1370 246 20 217 686 2307 418 23 1331 44 25 .307 .421 .728 32 20 51 127 77

6 0

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Brach, Brad

5 3 2.72 62

0 0 0 1 2 79.1 57 25 24

7

0 38 3 89 0 1 1.00

6 1.20 .203 281 324 2 12 14

Britton, Zach

4 1 1.92 64

0 0 0 36 40 65.2 51 16 14

3

1 14 1 79 0 5 7.31

8 0.99 .214 238 253 0 58 0

Cabral, Cesar

0 0 0.00

0 0 0 0 0

0

0

1 1.00 .000

2

1.0

H

0 2

PITCHERS

Chen, Wei-Yin

G GS CG SHO SV SVO IP

4

0

R ER HR HB BB IBB SO BK WP GO/AO DP WHIP AVG AB TBF SF GF HLD

0

0

11 8 3.34 31 31 0 0 0 0 191.1 192 78 71 28

1 0 0 1.00

3 0

2 0

5 41 0 153 0 3 0.95 15 1.22 .262 733 792 8

0 0

72 2

5 2

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0 0 2.87 13

0 0 0 0 0 15.2 16

5

1

0

Garcia, Jason

1 0 4.25 21

0 0 0 0 0 29.2 25 19 14

3

2 17 1 22 0 2 1.06

1 1.42 .223 112 132 1

9 0

Gausman, Kevin

4 7 4.25 25 17 0 0 0 0 112.1 109 56 53 17

2 29 1 103 0 7 1.05

2 1.23 .251 434 470 3

1 1

Givens, Mychal

2 0 1.80 22

1

1 0.87 .185 108 117 1

5 4

Gonzalez, Miguel

9 12 4.91 26 26 0 0 0 0 144.2 151 81 79 24

8 51 2 109 0 4 0.87 15 1.40 .270 559 622 2

0 0

Hunter, Tommy

2 2 3.63 39

1 11 2 32 0 2 1.07

Jimenez, Ubaldo

7

6

0 0 0 0 1 44.2 41 19 18

1 3

9 0 17 0 3 0.88

6 0 38 0 0 1.26

0 1.60 .262

2

Drake, Oliver

0 0 0 0 0 30.0 20

7

1 0

61

4 1.16 .250 164 180 3 12 6

12 10 4.11 32 32 0 0 0 0 184.0 182 89 84 20 11 68 1 168 0 6 1.37 16 1.36 .257 707 791 4

RECORDS & HISTORY

Johnson, Steve

0 0 10.13

Matusz, Brian

2

0

1 4 2.94 58

0 0 0 0 2 49.0 38 18 16

5

3 20 3 56 0 2 0.62

4 1.18 .211 180 206 1 16 2

McFarland, T.J.

2 2 4.91 30

0 0 0 0 0 40.1 52 26 22

4

0 18 5 26 0 3 3.00

5 1.74 .306 170 188 0

7 3

Norris, Bud

2 9 7.06 18 11 0 0 0 1 66.1 84 57 52 14

3 25 0 50 0 0 1.07

5 1.64 .309 272 305 2

2 0

O’Day, Darren

6 2 1.52 68

0 0 0 6 11 65.1 47 13 11

5

5 14 1 82 0 0 0.60

5 0.93 .198 237 257 1 19 18

Roe, Chaz

4 2 4.14 36

0 0 0 0 1 41.1 44 19 19

4

1 17 2 38 0 0 1.57

3 1.48 .280 157 177 1

6 4

Rondon, Jorge

0 1 7.43

0 0 0 0 0 13.1 20 15 11

3

0

0 1.95 .333

66 0

2 0

5 64 1 120 0 4 0.95 16 1.39 .267 660 741 8

0 0

8

0 0 0 0 0

5.1

8

6

11 11 4.99 31 31 0 0 0 0 173.0 176 97 96 20

5 0

6 0

3 0 1 0.86

8 0 1 1.00

1 2.44 .333

24

60

29 0

0 0

6

Tillman, Chris

6

2 0

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Wilson, Tyler

2 2 3.50

9

5 0 0 0 0 36.0 39 14 14

1

1 11 1 13 0 0 1.50

6 1.39 .289 135 149 2

2 0

Wright, Mike

3 5 6.04 12

9 0 0 0 0 44.2 52 30 30

9

5 18 3 26 0 2 0.81

2 1.57 .291 179 204 2

0 0

Wright, Wesley

0 0 5.40

0 0 0 0 0

0

0

0 1.20 .333

2 0

Team Total

2

1.2

2

1

1

0 0

0 0 0 0.67

6

7 1

81 81 4.05 162 162 0 10 43 58 1434.2 1406 693 646 174 54 483 27 1233 0 46 1.43 116 1.32 .257 5479 6085 44 162 54

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HOME 6-4 6-5 10-3 4-4 7-4 6-4 8-7 47-31

AWAY 3-5 4-7 5-9 4-4 3-10 8-8 7-7 34-50

TOTAL 9-9 10-12 15-12 8-8 10-14 14-12 15-14 81-81

VS. A.L. EAST Boston Red Sox (19) New York Yankees (19) Tampa Bay Rays (19) Toronto Blue Jays (19) TOTAL (76)

HOME 7-2 7-2 2-4 5-5 21-13

AWAY 4-6 3-7 8-5 3-6 18-24

TOTAL 11-8 10-9 10-9 8-11 39-37

VS. A.L. CENTRAL Chicago White Sox (6) Cleveland Indians (6) Detroit Tigers (7) Kansas City Royals (7) Minnesota Twins (7) TOTAL (33)

HOME 2-1 3-0 2-2 2-1 0-4 9-8

AWAY 1-2 2-1 2-1 1-3 0-3 6-10

TOTAL 3-3 5-1 4-3 3-4 0-7 15-18

VS. A.L. WEST Houston Astros (7) Los Angeles Angels (6) Oakland Athletics (7) Seattle Mariners (6) Texas Rangers (7) TOTAL (33)

HOME 2-1 1-2 4-0 2-1 1-3 10-7

AWAY 1-3 1-2 2-1 1-2 0-3 5-11

TOTAL 3-4 2-4 6-1 3-3 1-6 15-18

VS. N.L. Atlanta Braves (3) Miami Marlins (3) New York Mets (4) Philadelphia Phillies (4) Washington Nationals (6) TOTAL (20)

HOME 3-0 0-0 1-1 2-0 1-2 7-3

AWAY 0-0 1-2 0-2 1-1 3-0 5-5

TOTAL 3-0 1-2 1-3 3-1 4-2 12-8

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DAY OF WEEK Monday (18) Tuesday (22) Wednesday (27) Thursday (16) Friday (24) Saturday (26) Sunday (29) TOTAL (162)

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HOME AWAY TOTAL 6-4 4-6 10-10 9-8 4-8 13-16 10-3 8-7 18-10 6-4 5-10 11-14 6-7 5-11 11-18 6-5 8-8 14-13 4-0 - 4-0 47-31 34-50 81-81

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MONTH April (20) May (29) June (28) July (25) August (29) September (27) October (4) TOTAL (162)

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TOTAL 81-81 27-29 54-52 6-5 10-12 25-26 13-19 59-60 22-21 63-4 13-7 5-69 70-2 10-7 1-71 50-32 30-54 31-16 15-33 59-27 22-54 12-60 69-21 60-13 7-6 14-62 42-15 17-39 7-0 0-10 70-42 56-52 22-15 3-14 27-21-7 25-29 29-24

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AWAY 34-50 15-18 19-32 1-4 3-10 8-18 6-12 24-36 10-14 26-1 6-5 2-43 30-1 4-5 0-43 19-16 12-32 9-8 6-20 28-17 5-33 5-38 29-12 28-11 3-5 3-34 19-5 6-20 2-0 0-2 28-24 20-35 11-8 3-7 11-15-3 9-17 11-16

RECORDS & HISTORY

HOME 47-31 12-11 35-20 5-1 6-2 17-8 7-7 35-24 12-7 37-3 7-2 3-26 40-1 6-2 1-28 31-16 18-22 22-8 9-13 31-10 17-21 7-22 40-9 32-2 4-1 11-28 23-10 11-19 5-0 0-8 42-18 36-17 11-7 0-7 16-6-4 16-12 18-8

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Overall Day Night Extra Innings Shutouts One-Run Games Two-Run Games vs. RHP Starters vs. LHP Starters Lead After 7 Tied After 7 Trail After 7 Lead After 8 Tied After 8 Trail After 8 O’s Starter Goes 6+ IP Opp. Starter Goes 6+ IP O’s Starter Goes 7+ IP Opp. Starter Goes 7+ IP O’s Score First Opp. Scores First O’s Score 3 or Fewer O’s Score 4 or More O’s Out-Hit Opp. Equal Hit Total Opp. Out-Hit O’s O’s 10+ Hits Opp 10+ Hits O’s Score 10+ Runs Opp. Scores 10+ Runs O’s Hit a HR O’s Make 0 Errors O’s Make 1 Error O’s Make 2+ Errors Series Record First Game of Series Series Finale

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2015 MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS Walk-Offs: Win: 9 (9/15 vs. BOS, 9/2 vs. TB, 8/19 vs. NYM, 8/15 vs. OAK, 8/14 vs. OAK, 7/27 vs. ATL, 7/10 vs. WAS, 5/29 vs. TB, 4/25 vs. BOS)…Loss: 5 (9/20 at TB, 8/11 at SEA, 8/9 at LAA, 7/6 at MIN, 5/23 at MIA)

Biggest Comeback Win/Lost Lead: Win: 6R (7/31 vs. DET)…Loss: 4R (last: 6/2 at HOU) MANAGER & COACHES

Largest Margin of Victory/Defeat: Win: 16R (8/16 vs. OAK, 6/16 vs. PHI)…Loss: 13R (9/30 vs.

TOR (1), 8/20 vs. MIN)

Longest/Shortest Game Time/Most Inn: Long (9 Inn): 3:59 9/11 vs. KC)…Long (Ex-In): 4:27 (8/14 vs. OAK)…Short (9 Inn): 2:03 (4/29 vs. CWS)…Short (less than 9 Inn): 2:21 (4/20 at BOS)…Long Innings: 13.0 (9/15 vs. BOS, 8/14 vs. OAK & 5/23 at MIA)…Shortest Innings: 7.0 (4/20 at BOS) Largest Crowd, Home/Road: Home: 46,289* (7/10 vs. WAS)…Road: 46,875* (7/23 at NYY) *Denotes

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OF Assists (48): HP: 16…1B:…2B: 19…3B: 13…Jones (13); last 9/2 vs. TB…Young (8); last 6/1 at HOU…

Parra (6); last 10/3 vs. NYY (1)…Snider (5); last 7/7 at MIN…Reimold (4); last 9/27 at BOS…Pearce (3); last 9/25 at BOS…Lough (2); last 7/26 at TB…De Aza (2); last 4/25 vs. BOS…Davis (2); last 7/30 vs. DET…Alvarez (1); last 8/28 at TEX…Urrutia (1); last 8/20 vs. MIN…Parmelee (1); last 6/19 at TOR

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OPPONENT Arizona Atlanta Boston Chicago (AL) Chicago (NL) Cincinnati Cleveland Colorado Detroit Houston Kansas City Los Angeles (AL) Los Angeles (NL) Miami Milwaukee Minnesota New York (AL) New York (NL) Oakland Philadelphia Pittsburgh San Diego San Francisco Seattle St. Louis Tampa Bay Texas Toronto Washington

HOME W L PCT 1 5 .167 7 8 .333 243 266 .477 211 170 .554 1 2 .333 5 1 .833 216 204 .514 5 4 .556 227 196 .537 12 3 .800 141 91 .608 187 132 .586 3 3 .500 5 7 .417 111 75 .597 172 132 .566 242 266 .476 7 12 .368 126 128 .496 15 14 .517 7 1 .875 2 3 .400 1 2 .333 118 77 .605 2 4 .333 80 73 .523 125 101 .553 154 139 .526 17 11 .607

ROAD W L PCT 2 7 .222 12 12 .500 228 277 .451 181 201 .474 2 4 .333 1 2 .333 184 229 .446 1 2 .333 214 208 .507 5 9 .357 122 115 .515 164 164 .500 0 3 .000 2 13 .133 109 88 .553 152 151 .502 223 291 .434 3 10 .231 132 128 .508 14 9 .609 3 5 .375 5 3 .625 5 4 .556 99 104 .488 1 2 .333 78 84 .481 123 99 .554 117 171 .406 16 12 .571

W 3 19 471 392 3 6 400 6 441 17 263 351 3 7 220 324 465 10 258 29 10 7 6 217 3 158 248 271 33

TOTAL L PCT 12 .200 20 .487 543 .464 371 .514 6 .333 3 .667 433 .480 6 .500 404 .522 12 .586 206 .561 296 .543 6 .333 20 .259 163 .574 283 .534 557 .455 22 .313 256 .502 23 .558 6 .625 6 .538 6 .500 181 .545 6 .333 157 .502 200 .554 310 .466 23 .589

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*Tie games: The Orioles have played 12 tie games; all except one were in Baltimore (one each in ‘03, ‘01, ‘96, ‘82, and eight others between ‘55 and ‘64). Most were Baltimore curfew related. Those curfews, which prohibited starting an inning after 11:50 p.m. six days a week and required the immediate suspension of play at 11:50 p.m. on Saturdays, are no longer in effect…Tie games were played against: Chicago White Sox-4, New York Yankees-3, Kansas City A’s-2, Milwaukee-1, Oakland-1, Texas-1.

ORIOLES WON-LOST RECORDS VS. MULTI-CITY FRANCHISES

RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK

CURRENT FRANCHISE MILWAUKEE BREWERS MINNESOTA TWINS OAKLAND ATHLETICS TEXAS RANGERS WASHINGTON NATIONALS

TEAM Seattle Pilots Brewers Washington Senators Twins Philadelphia A’s Kansas City A’s Oakland A’s Washington Senators Rangers Montreal Expos Nationals

W 9 220 89 324 10 151 258 135 248 6 33

L 3 163 65 283 12 104 256 61 200 9 23

YEARS 1969 1970-present 1954-1960 1961-present 1954 1955-1967 1968-present 1961-1971 1972-present 1991-2001 2006-present

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TEAM PARK W L YEARS____NOTES ARIZONA Chase Field 2 7 ‘02-‘13 ATLANTA Turner Field 12 12 ‘97-‘12 BOSTON Fenway Park 228 277 ‘54-‘15 CHICAGO (AL) Comiskey Park 130 144 ‘54-‘90 *2-0 in 1983 ALCS U.S. Cellular Field 50 57 ‘91-‘15 CHICAGO (NL) Wrigley Field 2 4 ‘08-‘14 CINCINNATI Crosley Field 2 0 1970 *World Series Great American Ballpark 1 2 2005 CLEVELAND Municipal Stadium 157 173 ‘54-‘93 Progressive Field 27 56 ‘94-‘15 *1-1 in ‘96 ALDS; 1-2 in ‘97 ALCS COLORADO Coors Field 1 2 2004 DETROIT Tiger Stadium 186 182 ‘54-‘99 Comerica Park 28 26 ‘00-‘15 *1-0 in 2014 ALDS HOUSTON Minute Maid Park 5 9 ‘03-‘15 KANSAS CITY Municipal Stadium 93 71 ‘54-‘57 *vs. A’s and Royals (also ‘69-‘72) Municipal Stadium 17 7 ‘69-‘72 *vs. Royals only Ewing Kauffman Stadium 105 108 ‘73-‘15 *0-2 in 2014 ALCS LOS ANGELES (AL) Wrigley Field (LA) 6 4 1961 Dodger Stadium 15 20 ‘62-‘65 Angel Stadium of Anaheim 143 140 ‘66-‘15 *1-1 in 1979 ALCS LOS ANGELES (NL) Dodger Stadium 0 3 2004 *2-0 in 1966 World Series MILWAUKEE County Stadium 108 84 ‘70-‘97 *2-0 vs. White Sox (‘68 & ‘69) Miller Park 2 4 ‘08-‘14 MIAMI Landshark Stadium 1 11 ‘97-‘09 Marlins Park 1 2 2015 MINNESOTA Metropolitan Stadium 77 68 ‘61-‘81 *3-0 in ‘69 and ‘70 ALCS Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 64 73 ‘82-‘09 Target Field 11 10 ‘10-‘15 MONTREAL Olympic Stadium 0 6 ‘98-‘00 NEW YORK (AL) Old Yankee Stadium 91 100 ‘54-‘73 Yankee Stadium 99 141 ‘74-‘08 *1-1 in 1996 ALCS New Yankee Stadium 24 41 ‘09-‘15 *1-2 in 2012 ALDS NEW YORK (NL) Shea Stadium 3 5 ‘98-‘06 *9-9 vs. NYY (‘74-‘75); 0-3 in ‘69 WS Citi Field 0 5 ‘12-‘15 OAKLAND O.co Coliseum 132 128 ‘68-‘15 *3-3 in ‘71, ‘73 & ‘74 ALCS PHILADELPHIA Connie Mack Stadium 2 9 1954 * vs. Philadelphia A’s Veterans Stadium 9 6 ‘98-‘02 *3-0 in 1983 World Series Citizens Bank Park 5 3 ‘04-‘15 PITTSBURGH Three Rivers Stadium 2 4 ‘71-‘79 *World Series (0-3 in ‘71 & 2-1 in ‘79) PNC Park 3 5 ‘05-‘14 SAN DIEGO Petco Park 5 3 ‘04-‘13 SAN FRANCISCO AT&T Park 5 4 ‘02-‘13 SEATTLE Sicks’ Stadium 5 1 1969 *vs. Seattle Pilots Kingdome 68 59 ‘77-‘99 *2-0 in 1997 Division Series Safeco Field 31 45 ‘00-‘15 ST. LOUIS Busch Stadium 1 2 2003 TAMPA BAY Tropicana Field 78 84 ‘98-‘15 TEXAS Arlington Stadium 81 46 ‘72-‘93 Globe Life Park 42 53 ‘94-‘15 *1-0 in 2012 AL Wild Card TORONTO Exhibition Stadium 35 41 ‘77-‘88 Rogers Centre 82 130 ‘89-‘15 WASHINGTON Griffith Stadium 51 34 ‘54-‘61 *44-33 vs. original Senators, 7-1 vs. expansion Senators Robert F. Kennedy Stadium 61 35 ‘62-‘71 *Also ‘06-‘07 Nationals Park 13 9 ‘08-‘15 Totals in D.C. 125 78 ‘54-‘15 *243-141 overall vs. D.C. teams

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Date 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/20 4/24 4/25 4/26 6/09 6/10 6/11 6/23 6/24 6/25 9/14 9/15 9/16 9/25 9/26 9/27

Orioles won series, 11-8 At W/L Score BOS L 2 - 3 BOS W 4 - 1 BOS W 8 - 3 BOS L 1 - 7 BAL L 5 - 7 BAL W 5 - 4 (10) BAL W 18 - 7 BAL W 1 - 0 BAL W 5 - 2 BAL W 6 - 5 BOS W 6 - 4 BOS L 1 - 5 BOS W 8 - 6 BAL W 2 - 0 BAL W 6 - 5 (13) BAL L 1 - 10 BOS L 0 - 7 BOS L 0 - 8 BOS L 0 - 2

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RECORD BY DECADE

(eastern times) Date At Time 4/11 BOS 2:05 4/12 BOS 7:10 4/13 BOS 7:10 5/30 BAL 1:35 5/31 BAL 7:05 6/01 BAL 7:05 6/02 BAL 7:05 6/14 BOS 7:10 6/15 BOS 7:10 6/16 BOS 7:10 8/16 BAL 7:05 8/17 BAL 7:05 9/12 BOS 7:10 9/13 BOS 7:10 9/14 BOS 7:10 9/19 BAL 7:05 9/20 BAL 7:05 9/21 BAL 7:05 9/22 BAL 7:05

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/9-11/2015 4 game: 7/9-12/1998

(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1950s 29 - 37 22 - 44 51 - 81 1960s 58 - 34 47 - 45 105 - 79 1970s 45 - 39 38 - 46 83 - 85 1980s 22 - 40 26 - 33 48 - 73 1990s 29 - 32 28 - 31 57 - 63 2000s 27 - 62 37 - 52 64 - 114 2010s 33 - 22 30 - 26 63 - 48 Total 243 - 266 228 - 277 471 - 543

BAL sweep, at BOS 3 game: 9/8-10/2014 4 game: 9/29-10/1/1980 BOS sweep, at BAL 3 game: 9/18-20/2009 4 game: 9/20-23/2002 BOS sweep, at BOS 3 game: 9/25-27/2015 4 game: 7/7-10/2011

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 243-266; ROAD: 228-277; TOTAL: 471-543) Year Home 1954 6 -5 1955 3 -8 1956 4 -7 1957 5 -6 1958 6 -5 1959 5 -6 1960 8 -3 1961 8 -1 1962 5 -4 1963 4 -5 1964 7 -2 1965 6 -3 1966 4 -5 1967 4 -5 1968 6 -3 1969 6 -3

Road 5 - 6 5 - 6 2 - 9 3 - 8 4 - 7 3 - 8 8 - 3 3 - 6 3 - 6 3 - 6 4 - 5 5 - 4 8 - 1 6 - 3 3 - 6 4 - 5

Total 11 - 11 8 - 14 6 - 16 8 - 14 10 - 12 8 - 14 16 - 6 11 - 7 8 - 10 7 - 11 11 - 7 11 - 7 12 - 6 10 - 8 9 - 9 10 - 8

Year Home Road 1970 8 - 1 5 - 4 1971 6 - 3 3 - 6 1972 4 - 5 3 - 6 1973 4 - 5 3 - 6 1974 4 - 5 6 - 3 1975 3 - 6 6 - 3 1976 5 - 4 2 - 7 1977 2 - 5 4 - 3 1978 5 - 3 2 - 5 1979 4 - 2 4 - 3 1980 3 - 4 5 - 1 1981 1 - 1 1 - 1 1982 3 - 4 1 - 5 1983 3 - 3 5 - 2 1984 2 - 5 4 - 2 1985 1 - 5 4 - 3

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Total 13 - 5 9 - 9 7 - 11 7 - 11 10 - 8 9 - 9 7 - 11 6 - 8 7 - 8 8 - 5 8 - 5 2 - 2 4 - 9 8 - 5 6 - 7 5 - 8

Best Season Series Record:.........................................................16-6 (1960) Worst Season Series Record:......................................................1-12 (1987) Most Runs, Game (BAL):...................................................18 (April 26, 2015) Most Runs, Game (BOS):...............................................20 (August 14, 1955) Longest Winning Streak:........................ 12 (July 19, 1979-August 28, 1980)

Year Home Road 1986 1 - 6 3 - 3 1987 1 - 6 0 - 6 1988 3 - 4 1 - 5 1989 4 - 2 2 - 5 1990 3 - 4 1 - 5 1991 4 - 2 4 - 3 1992 4 - 3 4 - 2 1993 2 - 4 4 - 3 1994 1 - 2 3 - 0 1995 4 - 3 0 - 6 1996 4 - 3 3 - 3 1997 2 - 4 3 - 3 1998 4 - 2 2 - 4 1999 1 - 5 4 - 2 2000 1 - 5 4 - 2 2001 3 - 6 6 - 4

Total 4 - 9 1 - 12 4 - 9 6 - 7 4 - 9 8 - 5 8 - 5 6 - 7 4 - 2 4 - 9 7 - 6 5 - 7 6 - 6 5 - 7 5 - 7 9 - 10

Year Home Road 2002 2 - 8 4 - 5 2003 4 - 5 5 - 5 2004 4 - 6 6 - 3 2005 3 - 6 5 - 4 2006 2 - 7 1 - 8 2007 3 - 6 3 - 6 2008 4 - 5 2 - 7 2009 1 - 8 1 - 8 2010 5 - 4 4 - 5 2011 5 - 4 3 - 6 2012 6 - 3 7 - 2 2013 6 - 4 5 - 4 2014 4 - 5 7 - 3 2015 7 - 2 4 - 6

Total 6 - 13 9 - 10 10 - 9 8 - 10 3 - 15 6 - 12 6 - 12 2 - 16 9 - 9 8 - 10 13 - 5 11 - 8 11 - 8 11 - 8

Longest Losing Streak:............................... 10 (July 31, 2009-April 24, 2010) Current Streak:.......................................................................................Lost 4 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium):............................52,161 (April 3, 1989) Largest Crowd (OPACY):.............................................49,828 (July 10, 2005) Largest Crowd (Fenway Park):........................ 38,540 (September 18, 2013)

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles won the season series for the fourth consecutive year against Boston, going 11-8…It was the first time the O’s won four straight season series over the Red Sox since 1964-67…The O’s offense posted nine games with 10 or more hits vs. Boston…LHP Zach Britton converted six of seven save opportunities against Boston, while posting a 1.86 ERA (2 ER/9.2 IP) in nine appearances…CF Adam Jones batted .327/.373/.527 (18-for-55) with three doubles, a triple, two home runs, seven runs scored, and 11 RBI in 14 head-to-head matchups, including a season-high five-RBI performance on 4/19 at Fenway Park…On 4/24, DH David Ortiz slugged his 23rd home run at Oriole Park, passing OF Johnny Damon (22) for second-most all-time by a visitor at OPACY…In the 10th inning against the Red Sox on 4/25, LF David Lough hit his first career walk-off home run, the first walk-off win for the Orioles in 2015…Baltimore won six straight contests against the Red Sox from 4/25-6/23, in which they outscored Boston, 41-22…On 4/26 at Oriole Park, the Birds scored 18 runs against the Red Sox, the most runs the Orioles have scored against Boston since registering 17 runs on 9/27/60 at Fenway Park…The Birds blanked Boston twice at Oriole Park, on 6/9 and 9/14, and were held scoreless in three consecutive games against the Red Sox on 9/25-27 at Fenway Park. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: On 6/10/14, Boston blanked the Orioles, 1-0, for the fourth game in series history in which neither team recorded an extra-base hit and the first since 9/2/74…On 9/21/12 in Boston, RHP Jim Johnson posted his 46th save of the season and broke the club’s single-season save record…He later became the fifth AL pitcher to record 50 or more saves in a single-season with his 50th save on 9/30/12 against Boston…On 5/6/12, the O’s won a 17-inning game against the Red Sox…CF Adam Jones slugged a three-run, go-ahead home run in the 17th inning, and DH Chris Davis earned the win after tossing 2.0 scoreless innings while striking out two batters…Davis became the first AL position player to pick up a win since Yankees OF Rocky Colavito did so on 8/25/68 against Detroit…The Orioles won seven straight games at Fenway Park from 6/20/11-6/6/12, setting a franchise record for most consecutive wins at Fenway Park…In 2010, LHP Brian Matusz went 2-0 with a 2.43 ERA in five starts against Boston, becoming the first rookie since the St. Louis Browns RHP Sig Jakucki in 1944 (4-0 in five starts) to go undefeated in five starts against the Red Sox…On 6/30/09, the Birds turned a 10-1 deficit into an 11-10 victory at Oriole Park, completing the largest comeback in franchise history…Boston’s LF Manny Ramirez hit his 500th home run on 5/31/08 at Oriole Park, becoming only the second player to hit No. 500 at OPACY (also, Eddie Murray)…On 4/4/01, RHP Hideo Nomo threw the only no-hitter in Oriole Park history…On 9/24/00, RHP Mike Mussina matched his own club record with 15 strikeouts in a 1-0 win at Fenway…On 4/26/97, 2B Roberto Alomar became the first player to hit three home runs in a game at Oriole Park…1B Eddie Murray hit his 304th career home run against Boston on 9/12/1987, passing INF/OF Boog Powell on the Orioles all-time home run list…RHP Tom Phoebus pitched a no-hitter against Boston on 4/27/68…Boog Powell homered three times at Fenway Park on 8/15/66…On 4/12/66, RF Frank Robinson hit a home run in his first game as an Oriole…LF Ted Williams hit a home run in the final at-bat of his career against O’s RHP Jack Fisher on 9/28/60 at Fenway Park.

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RECORD BY DECADE

(eastern times) Date At Time 5/03 BAL 7:05 5/04 BAL 7:05 5/05 BAL 7:05 6/03 BAL 7:05 6/04 BAL 7:15 6/05 BAL 1:35 7/18 NYY 7:05 7/19 NYY 7:05 7/20 NYY 7:05 7/21 NYY 1:05 8/26 NYY 7:05 8/27 NYY 1:05 8/28 NYY TBA 9/02 BAL 7:05 9/03 BAL 7:05 9/04 BAL 1:35 9/30 NYY 7:05 10/01 NYY TBA 10/02 NYY 3:05

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 2 game: 8/11-13/2014 3 game: 10/3-4/2015 4 game: 9/5-7/1966 5 game: 9/13-16/1976

(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1950s 24_ - 42 22 - 44 46_ - 86 1960s 59_ - 32 52 - 41 111_ - 73 1970s 44_ - 37 45 - 36 89_ - 73 1980s 31_ - 34 25 - 40 56_ - 74 1990s 23_ - 38 27 - 37 50_ - 75 2000s 32_ - 57 30 - 59 62_ - 116 2010s 29_ - 26 22 - 34 51_ - 60 Total 242_ - 266 223 - 291 465_ - 557

BAL sweep, at NYY 3 game: 6/6-8/1986 4 game: 9/21-23/1976 NYY sweep, at BAL 3 game: 4/9-11/2012 4 game: 8/14-17/2003

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Total 11 - 7 11 - 7 7 - 6 9 - 9 11 - 7 8 - 10 13 - 5 8 - 7 6 - 9 5 - 6 7 - 6 7 - 6 11 - 2 6 - 7 5 - 8 1 - 12

Best Season Series Record: ........................................................15-3 (1966) Worst Season Series Record: .....................................................1-12 (1985) Most Runs, Game (BAL): ................................................... 18 (June 8, 1986) Most Runs, Game (NYY): ..............................................20 (August 14, 1955) Longest Winning Streak:..........................9 (August 15, 1967-May 22, 1968) Longest Losing Streak:...............10 (three times, last: April 28-June 9, 2010)

Year Home Road 1986 1 - 6 4 - 2 1987 2 - 4 1 - 6 1988 2 - 5 1 - 5 1989 3 - 3 5 - 2 1990 3 - 4 3 - 3 1991 3 - 3 2 - 5 1992 2 - 5 3 - 3 1993 3 - 3 3 - 4 1994 1 - 3 3 - 3 1995 4 - 3 2 - 4 1996 0 - 6 3 - 4 1997 3 - 3 5 - 1 1998 3 - 3 0 - 6 1999 1 - 5 3 - 4 2000 3 - 3 2 - 4 2001 2 - 8 3 - 5

Total 5 - 8 3 - 10 3 - 10 8 - 5 6 - 7 5 - 8 5 - 8 6 - 7 4 - 6 6 - 7 3 - 10 8 - 4 3 - 9 4 - 9 5 - 7 5 - 13

Year Home Road 2002 3 - 6 3 - 7 2003 2 - 7 4 - 6 2004 2 - 7 3 - 7 2005 5 - 4 2 - 7 2006 3 - 7 4 - 5 2007 5 - 4 4 - 5 2008 4 - 5 3 - 6 2009 3 - 6 2 - 7 2010 3 - 6 2 - 7 2011 3 - 6 2 - 7 2012 3 - 6 6 - 3 2013 6 - 4 3 - 6 2014 7 - 2 6 - 4 2015 7 - 2 3 - 7

Total 6 - 13 6 - 13 5 - 14 7 - 11 7 - 12 9 - 9 7 - 11 5 - 13 5 - 13 5 - 13 9 - 9 9 - 10 13 - 6 10 - 9

Current Streak:...................................................................................... Won 5 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium):......................51,649 (August 16, 1980) Largest Crowd (OPACY):.......................................... 49,696 (June 22, 2004) Largest Crowd (Old Yankee Stadium):....................58,102 (August 9, 1964) Largest Crowd (New Yankee Stadium):.......... 48,613 (September 25, 2014)

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles won the season series, 10-9…It was the first time the Birds have won consecutive season series against the Yankees since they accomplished the feat from 1980-82…Since the beginning of 2014, the Orioles have gone 23-15 against the Yankees…Baltimore recorded 15 or more hits in four games against the Yankees in 2015…3B Manny Machado hit safely in 16-of-19 head-to-head matchups, while batting .320/.400/.613 (24-for-75) with 10 extra-base hits (four doubles, six home runs), 16 runs scored, and 14 RBI against New York-AL…On 4/14, RHP Miguel Gonzalez struck out a career-high 10 batters against the Bronx Bombers at Oriole Park…O’s manager Buck Showalter passed Hank Bauer for sole possession of third place on the Orioles all-time managerial wins list with 408 victories after his win on 6/13 against NYY…Also on 6/13, DH Alex Rodriguez hit a two-run homer in the sixth inning, posting his 2,000th and 2,001st career RBI, making him the second player in MLB history to record 2,000 RBI in his career (also, Hank Aaron; 2,297)…The O’s finished the season series with five consecutive wins against New York-AL from 9/8-10/4, including a three-game sweep of the Yankees at Oriole Park…It was the first three-game sweep of NYY since 6/28-30/13 at OPACY. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: In 2014, the O’s won the season series for the first time since 1997…On 9/14/14, 3B Kelly Johnson hit a walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth, becoming the first player to register a walk-off RBI against the Yankees after playing for the club earlier in the season since Mike Hegan (MIL) in 1974 (Elias)…The Orioles and Yankees met in the 2012 ALDS, with the Yankees winning the series, 3-2…In Game 3 of the ALDS, 2B Ryan Flaherty and 3B Manny Machado became the first set of rookie teammates to homer in the same postseason game in baseball history…Machado (20.96) became the second youngest player in baseball history with a postseason home run behind OF Andruw Jones (19.177) in the 1996 NLCS…On 9/6/12, 1B Mark Reynolds joined Hall of Famer Hank Greenberg (Detroit, 1938) as the only players with three multi-homer games against NYY in a season…The Orioles played in the final game at the Old Yankee Stadium on 9/21/08, a 7-3 Yankees victory…On 9/11-12/09, RHP Chris Tillman (21) and LHP Brian Matusz (22) won back-to-back games at Yankee Stadium…It was the first time Oriole pitchers under 23 won consecutive games in the Bronx since 1965 (Jim Palmer, Dave McNally, and Wally Bunker)…The Orioles set a ML record by using 10 pitchers in a nine-inning game against NYY on 9/12/04…LHP Andy Pettitte’s 28 career wins against the O’s are the second most all-time behind Whitey Ford (30)…Cal Ripken, Jr. ended his consecutive games streak at 2,632 on 9/20/98 against New York in Baltimore…On 9/5/97, the Orioles and Yankees played 4:22, breaking their own record for longest nine-inning game in ML history, previously set on 4/30/96…The Yankees defeated the Orioles in the 1996 ALCS, 4-1…In Game 1 of the 1996 ALCS, New York tied the game in the eighth inning on a controversial home run by SS Derek Jeter…Before the ball reached the stands, a 12-year-old fan reached over the fence with his glove, preventing RF Tony Tarasco from potentially making the catch…RF Lee Lacy hit three homers in an 18-9 victory at Yankee Stadium on 6/8/86…LHP Ross Grimsley pitched 14.0 innings against NYY on 9/11/74, but received a no-decision…RF Roger Maris tied Babe Ruth’s single-season home run record on 9/26/61, hitting his 60th homer off the Orioles RHP Jack Fisher.

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Year Home Road 1970 6 - 3 5 - 4 1971 6 - 3 5 - 4 1972 4 - 4 3 - 2 1973 5 - 4 4 - 5 1974 5 - 4 6 - 3 1975 5 - 4 3 - 6 1976 5 - 4 8 - 1 1977 4 - 3 4 - 4 1978 2 - 6 4 - 3 1979 2 - 2 3 - 4 1980 4 - 3 3 - 3 1981 5 - 1 2 - 5 1982 7 - 0 4 - 2 1983 3 - 3 3 - 4 1984 3 - 4 2 - 4 1985 1 - 5 0 - 7

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Total 5 - 17 3 - 19 9 - 13 9 - 13 8 - 14 12 - 10 9 - 13 9 - 9 11 - 7 7 - 11 10 - 8 13 - 5 15 - 3 13 - 5 13 - 5 11 - 7

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Year Home Road 1954 3 - 8 2 - 9 1955 2 - 9 1 - 10 1956 6 - 5 3 - 8 1957 4 - 7 5 - 6 1958 5 - 6 3 - 8 1959 4 - 7 8 - 3 1960 8 - 3 1 - 10 1961 4 - 5 5 - 4 1962 7 - 3 4 - 4 1963 3 - 6 4 - 5 1964 6 - 3 4 - 5 1965 3 - 4 10 - 1 1966 8 - 1 7 - 2 1967 6 - 3 7 - 2 1968 7 - 2 6 - 3 1969 7 - 2 4 - 5

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 242-266; ROAD: 223-291; TOTAL: 465-557)

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2015 RESULTS Orioles won series, 10-9 Date At W/L Score 4/13 NYY L 5 - 6 4/14 BAL W 4 - 3 4/15 BAL W 7 - 5 5/07 NYY L 3 - 4 5/08 NYY L 4 - 5 5/09 NYY W 6 - 2 5/10 NYY L 2 - 6 6/12 BAL W 11 - 3 6/13 BAL W 9 - 4 6/14 BAL L 3 - 5 7/21 NYY L 2 - 3 7/22 NYY L 3 - 4 7/23 NYY L 3 - 9 9/07 NYY L 6 - 8 9/08 NYY W 5 - 3 9/09 NYY W 5 - 3 10/03 BAL W 9 - 2 10/03 BAL W 4 - 3 10/04 BAL W 9 - 4

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Yankee Stadium • One East 161st Street • Bronx, NY 10451 • (718) 293-4300 • www.yankees.com Yankee Stadium (2009) • Seating Capacity: 49,469 • Dimensions (L-R): 318-408-314 Manager: Joe Girardi • Executive Director, Communications & Media Relations: Jason Zillo Assistant Director, Baseball Information & Public Communications: Michael Margolis

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One Tropicana Drive • St. Petersburg, FL 33705 • (727) 825-3242 • www.raysbaseball.com Tropicana Field (1998) • Seating Capacity: 31,042 • Dimensions (L-R): 315-404-322 • Manager: Kevin Cash Vice President, Communications: Rick Vaughn • Senior Director, Communications: Dave Haller Director, Team Travel & Clubhouse Operations: Chris Westmoreland

Orioles won series, 10-9 Date At W/L Score 4/06 TB W 6 - 2 4/07 TB W 6 - 5 4/08 TB L 0 - 2 5/01 TB L 0 - 2 5/02 TB W 4 - 0 5/03 TB W 4 - 2 5/29 BAL W 2 - 1 5/30 BAL L 0 - 3 5/31 BAL L 5 - 9 7/24 TB L 1 - 3 7/25 TB W 5 - 1 7/26 TB W 5 - 2 8/31 BAL L 3 - 6 9/01 BAL L 2 - 11 9/02 BAL W 7 - 6 (11) 9/17 TB W 4 - 3 9/18 TB L 6 - 8 9/19 TB W 2 - 1 9/20 TB L 6 - 7

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(eastern times) Date At Time 4/08 BAL 7:05 4/09 BAL 7:05 4/10 BAL 1:35 4/25 TB 7:10 4/26 TB 7:10 4/27 TB 7:10 6/24 BAL 7:05 6/25 BAL 4:05 6/26 BAL 1:35 7/15 TB 7:10 7/16 TB 6:10 7/17 TB 1:10 9/05 TB 1:10 9/06 TB 7:10 9/07 TB 1:10 9/15 BAL 7:05 9/16 BAL 7:05 9/17 BAL 7:05 9/18 BAL 1:35

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 9/11-13/2012 4 game: Never BAL sweep, at TB 3 game: 5/6-8/2014 4 game: Never

(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1990s 4 - 8 6 - 6 10_ - 14 2000s 53_ - 36 41 - 50 94_ - 86 2010s 23_ - 29 31 - 28 54_ - 57 Total 80_ - 73 78 - 84 158_ - 157

TB sweep, at BAL 3 game: 5/17-19/2013 4 game: 9/22-24/2008 TB sweep, at TB 3 game: 8/29-31/2008 4 game: 9/20-23/2013

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 80-73; ROAD: 78-84; TOTAL: 158-157) Year Home Road 1998 1 - 5 4 - 2 1999 3 - 3 2 - 4 2000 5 - 1 3 - 4 2001 5 - 5 5 - 4 2002 5 - 4 5 - 5 2003 6 - 4 2 - 7 2004 5 - 4 6 - 4 2005 7 - 2 5 - 4 2006 7 - 2 6 - 4 2007 6 - 3 5 - 4 2008 2 - 7 1 - 8 2009 5 - 4 3 - 6 2010 3 - 6 4 - 5 2011 3 - 6 6 - 3 2012 6 - 3 4 - 5

Total 5 - 7 5 - 7 8 - 5 10 - 9 10 - 9 8 - 11 11 - 8 12 - 6 13 - 6 11 - 7 3 - 15 8 - 10 7 - 11 9 - 9 10 - 8

Year Home Road Total 2013 3 - 6 3 - 7 6 - 13 2014 6 - 4 6 - 3 12 - 7 2015 2 - 4 8 - 5 10 - 9

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Best Season Series Record: ........................................................13-6 (2006) Worst Season Series Record: .....................................................3-15 (2008) Most Runs, Game (BAL): ..............................................17 (August 10, 1999) Most Runs, Game (TB): ............................................ 17 (September 5, 2007) Longest Winning Streak: .................................... 8 (April 17-August 3, 2007)

Longest Losing Streak:..............................12 (April 30-September 24, 2008) Current Streak: ......................................................................................Lost 1 Largest Crowd (OPACY): .......................................... 49,696 (June 22, 2004) Largest Crowd (Tropicana Field): ............................... 42,486 (May 9, 1998)

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles won the season series, 10-9…It was the first time the Birds have won consecutive season series against the Rays since they accomplished the feat 2003-07…Only six of the 19 games against the Rays were played at Oriole Park…RHP Miguel Gonzalez went 2-1 with a 0.93 ERA (3 ER/29.0 IP) in four outings against Tampa Bay…RHP Chris Tillman earned the victory in a 6-2 win for the Birds on Opening Day at Tampa Bay on 4/6…The Orioles served as the home team for three games at Tropicana Field from 5/1-3, with the Birds taking two of three in the series…On 5/29 at Oriole Park, SS J.J. Hardy hit a walk-off single to beat the Rays, 2-1…With the win against the Rays on 5/29, manager Buck Showalter passed Hall of Famer Whitey Herzog for sole possession of 35th place on the all-time managerial wins list with 1,282 career victories… It also was Showalter’s 400th career victory as manager of the Orioles…On 8/31, 3B Manny Machado made his first Major League start at shortstop…Machado recorded his 100th career double on 9/1 against the Rays, becoming the youngest Oriole since 1954 to notch 100 career doubles, surpassing Cal Ripken, Jr. who did so at age 23 years, 332 days…Machado became the sixth-fastest active player in the Major Leagues to reach 100 doubles. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: In 2014, the Orioles became the first team to sweep the Rays in St. Petersburg (5/6-8) since the Mets did so 6/12-14/12…On 9/7/14, DH Nelson Cruz became the second Oriole in club history to hit a triple, homer, and record seven RBI in a game (also, Cal Ripken, Jr. 4/13/91)…From 4/1-3/11, the Orioles allowed fewer than two runs and fewer than five hits in three straight games for the first time since 6/6-8/79…In 2010, the O’s hit three homers on Opening Day at TB, the fifth time in franchise history they have hit three or more homers on Opening Day (also 1964, 1973, 1982, and 2006)…On 4/10/02, the Orioles set club records for runs (12) and hits (11) in an inning with their 15-6 victory over Tampa Bay…On 9/29/09 at Tropicana Field, 2B Brian Roberts hit his 56th double of the season to set a new Major League record for doubles by a switch hitter in a season…The O’s captured a 10-7 victory on Opening Day in 1999, which included a three-run home run from OF Albert Belle in his Orioles debut…On 8/10/99, the Orioles collected 20 hits in a 17-1 win over Tampa Bay…On 9/2/99, 3B Cal Ripken, Jr. homered off Tampa Bay’s RHP Rolando Arrojo in the third inning, becoming the 29th player to hit 400 home runs…The 1998 season was the second time the Orioles lost a season series to a first-year expansion team, as they went 8-10 against the Angels in 1961…The Rays took four games from the O’s in Baltimore 5/15-18/98, becoming only the second expansion team to sweep a four-game series on the road.

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1 Blue Jays Way, Suite 3200 • Toronto, ON M5V 1J1 • (416) 341-1000 • www.bluejays.com Rogers Centre (1989) • Seating Capacity: 49,286 • Dimensions (L-R): 328-400-328 • Manager: John Gibbons Vice President, Communications: Jay Stenhouse • Manager, Baseball Information: Mal Romanin Director, Team Travel & Clubhouse Operations: Mike Shaw

Total 29_ - 14 62_ - 61 54_ - 69 77_ - 104 49_ - 62 271_- 310

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 154-139; ROAD: 117-171; TOTAL: 271-310) Year Home Road 1977 5 - 3 5 - 2 1978 6 - 1 2 - 6 1979 7 - 0 4 - 2 1980 6 - 0 5 - 2 1981 3 - 1 2 - 1 1982 4 - 2 6 - 1 1983 5 - 2 2 - 4 1984 2 - 4 2 - 5 1985 3 - 4 1 - 4 1986 3 - 3 5 - 2 1987 1 - 6 0 - 6 1988 4 - 2 1 - 6 1989 4 - 3 3 - 3 1990 3 - 3 2 - 5 1991 2 - 5 3 - 3

Total 10 - 5 8 - 7 11 - 2 11 - 2 5 - 2 10 - 3 7 - 6 4 - 9 4 - 8 8 - 5 1 - 12 5 - 8 7 - 6 5 - 8 5 - 8

Year Home Road Total 1992 3 - 3 2 - 5 5 - 8 1993 3 - 4 2 - 4 5 - 8 1994 4 - 2 3 - 0 7 - 2 1995 3 - 4 4 - 2 7 - 6 1996 4 - 2 4 - 3 8 - 5 1997 2 - 4 4 - 2 6 - 6 1998 4 - 2 1 - 5 5 - 7 1999 1 - 5 0 - 6 1 - 11 2000 5 - 2 2 - 4 7 - 6 2001 3 - 6 4 - 6 7 - 12 2002 2 - 8 2 - 7 4 - 15 2003 4 - 5 4 - 6 8 - 11 2004 4 - 6 7 - 2 11 - 8 2005 3 - 6 6 - 4 9 - 10 2006 5 - 4 3 - 7 8 - 11

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Best Season Series Record: ............................................11-2 (1979 & 1980) Worst Season Series Record: .....................................................1-12 (1987) Most Runs, Game (BAL): ....................................... 23 (September 28, 2000) Most Runs, Game (TOR): ................................................. 24 (June 26, 1978) Longest Winning Streak: ...........15 (September 8, 1978-September 6, 1979

Year Home Road 2007 5 - 4 3 - 6 2008 3 - 6 3 - 6 2009 8 - 1 1 - 8 2010 3 - 6 0 - 9 2011 3 - 6 3 - 6 2012 7 - 2 4 - 5 2013 6 - 3 4 - 6 2014 6 - 4 5 - 4 2015 5 - 5 3 - 6

Total 8 - 10 6 - 12 9 - 9 3 - 15 6 - 12 11 - 7 10 - 9 11 - 8 8 - 11

Longest Losing Streak:............................... 13 (April 11, 1999-May 10, 2000) Current Streak:...................................................................................... Won 2 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium):......................47,387 (August 23, 1983) Largest Crowd (OPACY):........................................... 48,011 (June 20, 1998) Largest Crowd (Rogers Centre):............................... 50,528 (June 25, 1994)

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles dropped the season series to Toronto, 11-8, snapping three consecutive season-series victories over the Blue Jays since 2012…On 4/10, the O’s surrendered 12 runs to Toronto…It was the third time in club history the Birds allowed 10 or more runs in a home opener and the first since 4/4/88…On 4/11, at Oriole Park, 2B Jonathan Schoop slugged his first career grand slam in the bottom of the fifth inning…With his two-run homer in the first inning on 4/12, CF Adam Jones tied OF Brady Anderson for second on the all-time Oriole Park home run list (91)…On 5/11, 3B Manny Machado hit a lead-off home run in the first inning, the first of his career…RHP Darren O’Day earned the win in two consecutive games at TOR on 6/20-21…RHP Kevin Gausman recorded a career-high 10 strikeouts over a career-high 8.0 innings vs. Toronto in Game 2 of the doubleheader on 9/30…On 9/30 (GM 2), DH Chris Davis slugged his 200th career home run in the seventh inning and his 201st home run in the eighth inning, tying and then passing INF/OF Melvin Mora for 10th on the Orioles all-time home run list with 159 homers…DH Matt Wieters recorded his 100th career home run in the eighth inning, becoming the 24th Oriole in club history (since 1954) to record 100 or more career homers…On 10/1, Machado became the first Oriole to record at least two home runs and two stolen bases in the same game…It was the seventh time that an Oriole recorded a 20 home run-20 stolen base season…Machado also became the second Oriole to post a 30-20 season. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: In 2014, the Birds won the season series for the third straight year after going 0-6-1 against the Jays in the season series from 200511…On 9/16/14, the Orioles clinched their ninth AL East division title in club history and first since 1997 with an 8-2 win over Toronto…OF Jose Bautista’s nine homers in 2010 tied INF Tony Batista (TOR, 2000) and INF/OF Frank Howard (WAS, 1968) for most homers in a season by an Orioles opponent…The Orioles lost 16 straight games in Toronto from 8/8/09-6/15/11…1B Mark Reynolds homered into the second deck at Oriole Park on 8/7/11 off LHP Ricky Romero…It was the second ball to reach the second level in OPACY history (also Rex Hudler, 6/11/95)…On 9/28/00, the Birds set a club record for runs in a game in a 23-1 win over the Blue Jays…On 9/24/97, the Orioles defeated Toronto, 9-3, and clinched their first AL East title since 1983…2B Roberto Alomar’s game-winning home run in the 10th inning at Skydome on 9/28/96 helped the Orioles defeat the Blue Jays to clinch the Wild Card…On 7/15/96 against Toronto, Cal Ripken, Jr. played third base for the first time since 6/30/82, snapping a streak of 2,216 consecutive games at shortstop…Toronto hit a Major League-record 10 home runs against the Birds on 9/14/87, giving them an 18-3 lead…Manager Cal Ripken, Sr. removed Cal Ripken, Jr. from the game and ended his consecutive innings streak at 8,265, a Major League record…On 8/24/83, LHP Tippy Martinez picked off three Toronto runners from first base in the same inning… Lenn Sakata, catching the inning Martinez picked off the three runners, hit a 10th inning, game-winning home run to give the O’s a 7-4 victory…The Blue Jays beat the O’s, 24-10, on 6/26/78, a game in which player/coach Elrod Hendricks pitched 2.1 scoreless innings.

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(most recent) Year Home Road 1970s 18_ - 4 11 - 10 1980s 35_ - 27 27 - 34 1990s 29_ - 34 25 - 35 2000s 42_ - 48 35 - 56 2010s 30_ - 26 19 - 36 Total 154_ - 139 117 - 171

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OPPONENTS

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 9/15-17/2014 4 game: 6/29-7/1/1979 BAL sweep, at TOR 3 game: 4/22-24/2005 4 game: Never TOR sweep, at BAL 3 game: 7/16-18/2010 4 game: 6/26-29/1997 TOR sweep, at TOR 3 game: 4/21-23/2015 4 game: 6/26-28/1978

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SWEEPS

(eastern times) Date At Time 4/19 BAL 7:05 4/20 BAL 7:05 4/21 BAL 7:05 6/09 TOR 7:07 6/10 TOR 7:07 6/11 TOR 1:07 6/12 TOR 1:07 6/17 BAL 7:05 6/18 BAL 4:05 6/19 BAL 1:35 7/29 TOR 7:07 7/30 TOR 1:07 7/31 TOR 1:07 8/29 BAL 7:05 8/30 BAL 7:05 8/31 BAL 7:05 9/27 TOR 7:07 9/28 TOR 7:07 9/29 TOR 7:07

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2015 RESULTS Blue Jays won series, 11-8 Date At W/L Score 4/10 BAL L 5 - 12 4/11 BAL W 7 - 3 4/12 BAL L 7 - 10 4/21 TOR L 6 - 13 4/22 TOR L 2 - 4 4/23 TOR L 6 - 7 5/11 BAL W 5 - 2 5/12 BAL L 2 - 10 5/13 BAL W 6 - 1 6/19 TOR L 4 - 5 6/20 TOR W 5 - 3 6/21 TOR W 13 - 9 9/04 TOR W 10 - 2 9/05 TOR L 1 - 5 9/06 TOR L 4 - 10 9/28 BAL L 3 - 4 9/30 BAL L 2 - 15 9/30 BAL W 8 - 1 10/01 BAL W 6 - 4

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333 W. 35th Street • Chicago, IL 60616 • (312) 674-1000 • www.whitesox.com U.S. Cellular Field (1991) • Seating Capacity: 40,615 • Dimensions (L-R): 330-400-335 • Manager: Robin Ventura Senior Director, Media Relations: Bob Beghtol • Assistant Director, Media Relations: Ray Garcia Director of Team Travel: Ed Cassin

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2015 RESULTS Clubs split the series, 3-3 Date At W/L Score 4/29 BAL W 8 - 2 5/28 BAL L 2 - 3 5/28 BAL W 6 - 3 7/03 CWS L 0 - 1 7/04 CWS L 2 - 3 7/05 CWS W 9 - 1

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(eastern times) Date At Time 4/28 BAL 7:05 4/29 BAL 7:05 4/30 BAL 7:05 5/01 BAL 1:35 8/05 CWS 8:10 8/06 CWS 7:10 8/07 CWS 2:10

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 5/4-6/1999 4 game: 7/19-22/1990 BAL sweep, at CWS 3 game: 5/22-24/1989 4 game: 7/6-9/1995

(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1950s 31 - 35 25 - 41 56 - 76 1960s 49 - 39 46 - 44 95 - 83 1970s 43 - 14 31 - 25 74 - 39 1980s 36 - 23 27 - 30 63 - 53 1990s 22 - 31 24 - 28 46 59 2000s 16 - 20 16 - 25 32 - 45 2010s 14 - 8 12 - 8 26 - 16 Total 211_ - 170 181 - 201 392_ - 371

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 211-170; ROAD: 181-201; TOTAL: 392-371)

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES

Year Home Road 1987 2 - 4 6 - 0 1988 2 - 3 2 - 4 1989 2 - 4 4 - 2 1990 4 - 2 2 - 4 1991 1 - 5 3 - 3 1992 3 - 3 3 - 3 1993 2 - 4 2 - 4 1994 1 - 2 1 - 2 1995 2 - 1 4 - 0 1996 2 - 4 2 - 4 1997 2 - 3 3 - 3 1998 1 - 5 1 - 4 1999 4 - 2 3 - 1 2000 2 - 2 2 - 4 2001 1 - 3 2 - 1 2002 2 - 1 1 - 3

Total 8 - 4 4 - 7 6 - 6 6 - 6 4 - 8 6 - 6 4 - 8 2 - 4 6 - 1 4 - 8 5 - 6 2 - 9 7 - 3 4 - 6 3 - 4 3 - 4

Year Home Road 2003 2 - 1 0 - 3 2004 1 - 2 1 - 2 2005 0 - 4 2 - 2 2006 1 - 2 1 - 3 2007 3 - 1 2 - 2 2008 2 - 3 2 - 2 2009 2 - 1 3 - 3 2010 3 - 1 1 - 2 2011 1 - 3 3 - 1 2012 3 - 1 3 - 1 2013 3 - 1 1 - 2 2014 2 - 1 3 - 0 2015 2 - 1 1 - 2

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Total 2 - 4 2 - 4 2 - 6 2 - 5 5 - 3 4 - 5 5 - 4 4 - 3 4 - 4 6 - 2 4 - 3 5 - 1 3 - 3

Current Streak: ..................................................................................... Won 1 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium): .......................... 51,327 (April 2, 1984) Largest Crowd (OPACY): ...........................................48,093 (April 16, 1998) Largest crowd (Old Comiskey):........................ 48,952 (September 4, 1977) Largest crowd (US Cellular Field):............................. 43,589 (May 28, 1994)

RECORDS & HISTORY

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles and White Sox split the season series, 3-3, marking the seventh consecutive season in which Baltimore posted a winning percentage of at least .500 against Chicago-AL…Since 2009, the Birds have gone 31-20 against the White Sox, outscoring Chicago, 225-184, in that span…In the season opener against the White Sox on 4/29 at Oriole Park, Baltimore defeated Chicago, 8-2, in the first Major League game played without fans in attendance… RHP Tyler Wilson made his first Major League start and posted a Quality Start against the White Sox in a 3-2 loss in Game 1 of a single-admission doubleheader on 5/28 at OPACY…All nine Orioles starters recorded at least one hit in Game 2 of the doubleheader against Chicago-AL on 5/28, as the Birds earned a 6-3 victory… Manager Buck Showalter tied Hall of Famer Whitey Herzog for 35th on the all-time managerial wins list with 1,281 career wins with his win in Game 2…Baltimore pitchers posted a combined 1.90 ERA (11 ER/52.0 IP) in six contests against the White Sox.

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Best Season Series Record: ..........................................................8-1 (1978) Worst Season Series Record: .......................................................2-9 (1998) Most Runs, Game (BAL): ..................................................18 (April 29, 1970) Most Runs, Game (CWS): .................................................18 (April 23, 1981) Longest Winning Streak: ...9 (twice, last: Sept. 4, 1977-September 2, 1978) Longest Losing Streak:............................................ 9 (May 1-June 21, 1958)

All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles have won the season series six times over the last nine years (‘07, ‘09, ‘10, ‘12, ‘13, and ‘14) after dropping seven consecutive season series from 2000-06…On 6/23/14, the Orioles won the season series opener on DH Chris Davis’ pinch-hit, walk-off, three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning…It was the first pinch-hit, walk-off home run for the O’s since OF Larry Sheets (8/24/88)…From 8/18-20/14, the Birds swept a three-game set against the White Sox in the Windy City for the first time since 5/22-24/89…On 8/21/99, CF Brady Anderson became the third player in Major League history to lead off both games of a doubleheader with a home run…The Orioles trailed Chicago-AL in the wild card race for most of 1996 before taking two of three from 9/10-12, moving in to the lead which they held the rest of the season…The Orioles snapped their 21-game losing streak to begin the 1988 season with a 9-0 win at Chicago on 4/29…1B Eddie Murray became the first player in baseball history to homer from both sides of the plate in consecutive games 5/8-9/87 at Comiskey Park…The Orioles defeated the White Sox three games to one in the 1983 ALCS…RHP Mike Boddicker struck out a then-record 14 batters in Game 2 of the 1983 ALCS…3B Brooks Robinson hit for the cycle 7/15/60 against the White Sox as part of a five-hit night (two singles)…RHP Jim Wilson and RHP Dick Donovan combined to shut out the Orioles in both games of a doubleheader on 6/15/68.

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 216-204; ROAD: 184-229; TOTAL: 400-433) Year Home Road 1954 3 - 8 0 - 11 1955 2 - 9 1 - 10 1956 3 - 8 2 - 9 1957 5 - 5 4 - 7 1958 7 - 4 3 - 7 1959 5 - 6 5 - 6 1960 6 - 5 8 - 3 1961 5 - 4 4 - 5 1962 5 - 4 6 - 3 1963 4 - 5 6 - 3 1964 2 - 7 6 - 3 1965 7 - 1 3 - 7 1966 5 - 4 3 - 6 1967 4 - 5 5 - 4 1968 3 - 6 4 - 5 1969 8 - 1 5 - 4

Total 3 - 19 3 - 19 5 - 17 9 - 12 10 - 11 10 - 12 14 - 8 9 - 9 11 - 7 10 - 8 8 - 10 10 - 8 8 - 10 9 - 9 7 - 11 13 - 5

Year Home Road 1970 7 - 2 7 - 2 1971 6 - 3 7 - 2 1972 5 - 4 3 - 6 1973 5 - 4 7 - 2 1974 6 - 3 6 - 3 1975 4 - 4 6 - 4 1976 4 - 5 3 - 6 1977 8 - 0 3 - 4 1978 5 - 2 4 - 4 1979 4 - 3 4 - 2 1980 3 - 3 3 - 4 1981 2 - 2 2 - 0 1982 2 - 4 4 - 3 1983 3 - 4 3 - 3 1984 4 - 2 3 - 4 1985 5 - 2 3 - 3

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Total 14 - 4 13 - 5 8 - 10 12 - 6 12 - 6 10 - 8 7 - 11 11 - 4 9 - 6 8 - 5 6 - 7 4 - 2 6 - 7 6 - 7 7 - 6 8 - 5

Best Season Series Record: ........................................................14-4 (1970) Worst Season Series Record: .......................................................1-9 (1999) Most Runs, Game (BAL): ..............................................19 (August 28, 1957) Most Runs, Game (CLE): ......................................... 15 (September 5, 1999) Longest Winning Streak: ...................10 (September 24, 1969-July 1, 1970) Longest Losing Streak:................................ 17 (May 21-September 6, 1954)

Year Home Road 1986 2 - 4 2 - 5 1987 3 - 4 4 - 2 1988 3 - 3 1 - 6 1989 4 - 3 3 - 3 1990 2 - 4 4 - 3 1991 4 - 3 3 - 3 1992 3 - 3 4 - 3 1993 5 - 2 3 - 3 1994 2 - 4 2 - 2 1995 2 - 4 0 - 6 1996 3 - 3 2 - 4 1997 4 - 2 2 - 3 1998 2 - 3 3 - 3 1999 1 - 3 0 - 6 2000 4 - 2 1 - 2 2001 0 - 3 1 - 2

Total 4 - 9 7 - 6 4 - 9 7 - 6 6 - 7 7 - 6 7 - 6 8 - 5 4 - 6 2 - 10 5 - 7 6 - 5 5 - 6 1 - 9 5 - 4 1 - 5

Year Home Road Total 2002 1 - 2 0 - 3 1 - 5 2003 1 - 2 2 - 1 3 - 3 2004 3 - 0 0 - 3 3 - 3 2005 1 - 3 0 - 3 1 - 6 2006 2 - 1 2 - 1 4 - 2 2007 2 - 2 1 - 2 3 - 4 2008 2 - 2 2 - 2 4 - 4 2009 2 - 2 0 - 3 2 - 5 2010 1 - 2 2 - 1 3 - 3 2011 2 - 2 0 - 3 2 - 5 2012 1 - 3 3 - 1 4 - 4 2013 2 - 2 1 - 2 3 - 4 2014 2 - 2 1 - 2 3 - 4 2015 3 - 0 2 - 1 5 - 1

Current Streak: ..................................................................................... Won 4 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium): ...........................52,292 (April 7, 1986) Largest Crowd (OPACY): .......................................48,374 (August 21, 1998) Largest Crowd (Cleveland Stadium):.........................64,540 (April 10, 1987) Largest Crowd (Progressive Field):.......................43,238 (August 15, 1998)

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: Baltimore won the season series, 5-1, the first time that the Orioles won the season series against Cleveland since 2006…The Birds outscored the Tribe, 29-10…Of the 53 hits the Orioles recorded, 24 went for extra bases (12 doubles, two triples, 10 home runs)…Baltimore’s win in Game 1 of a doubleheader on 6/28 at Oriole Park marked the 5,000th regular season victory in club history…On 6/28, RHP Ubaldo Jimenez tossed a season-high 8.0 scoreless innings (GM 1) and RHP Chris Tillman logged 7.0 scoreless innings (GM 2) against Cleveland…According to STATS, LLC., the Orioles were the first team to have both starting pitchers log at least 7.0 scoreless innings in both games of a doubleheader since Baltimore accomplished the feat against the New York Yankees on 9/12/14…The Birds were the first club to take both halves of a doubleheader in shutout fashion since the Yankees did so against the Chicago Cubs, 4/16/14… The last time Baltimore blanked their opponent in both games of a doubleheader was against Cleveland, 9/6/74…The Orioles finished the season series with four consecutive wins against the Tribe…It was the first time the O’s won four straight games against Cleveland since 6/20-8/8/93…RHP Chris Tillman posted two Quality Starts in both outings against the Indians, going 2-0 with a 1.35 ERA (2 ER/13.1 IP)…3B Manny Machado hit safely in five-of-six games, batting .320/.346/.640 (8-for-25) with two home runs and five RBI against the Tribe. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: RHP Kevin Gausman and the Orioles bullpen held Cleveland to just two hits in the season-series finale on 8/17/14 for a 4-1 O’s win… On 9/3/00 at Cleveland, 1B Chris Richard matched an Orioles club record with 13 total bases…On 8/14/98 at Jacobs Field, C Chris Hoiles became the ninth player in Major League history to hit two grand slams in a game…Cal Ripken, Jr. collected his 2,849th hit on 8/21/98 passing INF Brooks Robinson as the Orioles’ all-time hits leader…The Indians defeated the Orioles four games to two in the 1997 ALCS, with all four Cleveland wins coming by one run…RHP Mike Mussina struck out an ALCS record 15 batters in Game 3 of the 1997 ALCS against the Indians…In 1996, the Orioles defeated the Indians in the ALDS three games to one with INF Roberto Alomar’s 12th inning home run clinching the ALCS berth…The Orioles lost 10 consecutive games at Jacobs Field from 6/30/94-8/2/96…The Orioles defeated the Indians, 2-0, in the first game played at Oriole Park on 4/6/92…On 4/19/77, Brooks Robinson hit the 268th and final home run of his career, a three-run, pinch-hit homer in the bottom of the 10th inning off LHP Dave LaRoche for a 6-5 win…RF Frank Robinson hit a 451-foot home run off Cleveland’s RHP Luis Tiant on 5/8/66 to become the only player to hit a ball completely out of Memorial Stadium…Cleveland’s RF Rocky Colavito hit four home runs against the Orioles on 6/10/59…The Orioles lost 25 of their first 26 games at Cleveland, including a 0-11 record at Municipal Stadium in 1954.

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CLE sweep, at BAL 3 game: 4/17-19/2001 4 game: 5/10-12/1968 CLE sweep, at CLE 3 game: 4/15-17/2011 4 game: 4/8-11/1988

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(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1950s 25 - 40 15 - 50 40 - 90 1960s 49 - 42 50 - 43 99 - 85 1970s 54 - 30 50 - 35 104 - 65 1980s 31 - 31 28 - 33 59 - 64 1990s 28 - 31 23 - 36 51 - 67 2000s 18 - 19 9 - 22 27 - 41 2010s 11 - 11 9 - 10 20 - 21 Total 216 - 204 184 - 229 400 - 433

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RECORD BY DECADE

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/26-28/2015 4 game: 5/26-29/1972 BAL sweep, at CLE 3 game: 4/10-12/1987 4 game: 9/24-26/1971

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2015 RESULTS Orioles won series, 5-1 Date At W/L Score 6/05 CLE W 5 - 2 6/06 CLE L 1 - 2 6/07 CLE W 7 - 3 6/26 BAL W 4 - 3 6/28 BAL W 4 - 0 6/28 BAL W 8 - 0

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2401 Ontario Street • Cleveland, OH 44115 • (216) 420-4200 • www.indians.com Progressive Field (1994) • Seating Capacity: 35,225 • Dimensions (L-R): 325-405-325 • Manager: Terry Francona Director of Baseball Information: Bart Swain • Assistant Director of Baseball Information: Court Berry-Tripp Director of Team Travel: Mike Seghi

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2015 RESULTS Orioles won series, 4-3 Date At W/L Score 7/17 DET L 3 - 7 7/18 DET W 3 - 0 7/19 DET W 9 - 3 7/30 BAL L 8 - 9 7/31 BAL W 8 - 7 8/01 BAL W 6 - 2 8/02 BAL L 1 - 6

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(eastern times) Date At Time 5/12 BAL 7:05 5/13 BAL 7:05 5/14 BAL 7:05 5/15 BAL 1:35 9/09 DET 7:10 9/10 DET 7:10 9/11 DET 1:10

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 9/24-26/2004 4 game: 4/17-20/1992 BAL sweep, at DET 3 game: 5/28-30/2004 4 game: 6/1-4/1989

(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1950s 38 - 28 24 - 42 62 - 70 1960s 44 - 48 46 - 46 90 - 94 1970s 52 - 30 50 - 35 102 - 65 1980s 26 - 39 35 - 30 61 - 69 1990s 38 - 20 31 - 29 69 - 49 2000s 18 - 19 17 - 15 35 - 34 2010s 11 - 12 11 - 11 22 - 23 Total 227 - 196 214 - 208 441 - 404

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2100 Woodward Avenue • Detroit, MI 48201 • (313) 471-2000 • www.tigers.com Comerica Park (2000) • Seating Capacity: 41,297 • Dimensions (L-R): 345-420-330 • Manager: Brad Ausmus Director, Media Relations: Aileen Villarreal • Manager, Media Relations: Chad Crunk Director, Team Travel: Brian Britten

BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 5/27-29/2005 4 game: 6/16-19/1986 DET sweep, at DET 3 game: 7/5-7/2010 4 game: 8/1-3/1958

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 227-196; ROAD: 214-208; TOTAL: 441-404) Year Home Road Total 1954 5 - 6 3 - 8 8 - 14 1955 5 - 6 4 - 7 9 - 13 1956 7 - 4 6 - 5 13 - 9 1957 6 - 5 3 - 8 9 - 13 1958 7 - 4 3 - 8 10 - 12 1959 8 - 3 5 - 6 13 - 9 1960 5 - 6 8 - 3 13 - 9 1961 4 - 5 5 - 4 9 - 9 1962 1 - 8 1 - 8 2 - 16 1963 8 - 1 5 - 4 13 - 5 1964 6 - 3 5 - 4 11 - 7 1965 5 - 4 6 - 3 11 - 7 1966 4 - 5 5 - 4 9 - 9 1967 2 - 7 1 - 8 3 - 15 1968 3 - 6 5 - 4 8 - 10 1969 6 - 3 5 - 4 11 - 7

Year Home Road 1970 7 - 2 4 - 5 1971 5 - 4 3 - 6 1972 5 - 4 5 - 4 1973 4 - 5 5 - 4 1974 6 - 3 8 - 1 1975 4 - 3 8 - 1 1976 6 - 3 6 - 3 1977 7 - 0 5 - 3 1978 4 - 4 3 - 4 1979 4 - 2 3 - 4 1980 5 - 2 5 - 1 1981 2 - 4 4 - 3 1982 4 - 3 3 - 3 1983 1 - 5 4 - 3 1984 3 - 4 4 - 2 1985 3 - 3 3 - 4

Total 11 - 7 8 - 10 10 - 8 9 - 9 14 - 4 12 - 4 12 - 6 12 - 3 7 - 8 7 - 6 10 - 3 6 - 7 7 - 6 5 - 8 7 - 6 6 - 7

Year Home Road 1986 0 - 7 1 - 5 1987 1 - 5 3 - 4 1988 3 - 4 2 - 4 1989 4 - 2 6 - 1 1990 4 - 3 2 - 4 1991 2 - 4 3 - 4 1992 7 - 0 3 - 3 1993 3 - 3 2 - 5 1994 1 - 3 2 - 1 1995 5 - 1 3 - 4 1996 6 - 1 5 - 1 1997 3 - 3 3 - 3 1998 5 - 0 5 - 1 1999 2 - 2 3 - 3 2000 4 - 2 2 - 2 2001 2 - 1 2 - 1

Total 1 - 12 4 - 9 5 - 8 10 - 3 6 - 7 5 - 8 10 - 3 5 - 8 3 - 4 8 - 5 11 - 2 6 - 6 10 - 1 5 - 5 6 - 4 4 - 2

Year Home Road 2002 1 - 2 1 - 2 2003 0 - 3 3 - 0 2004 3 - 0 3 - 0 2005 1 - 4 2 - 1 2006 2 - 1 1 - 2 2007 1 - 2 0 - 3 2008 2 - 2 2 - 1 2009 2 - 2 1 - 3 2010 3 - 1 2 - 4 2011 3 - 3 2 - 2 2012 1 - 2 2 - 1 2013 2 - 1 2 - 1 2014 0 - 3 1 - 2 2015 2 - 2 2 - 1

Total 2 - 4 3 - 3 6 - 0 3 - 5 3 - 3 1 - 5 4 - 3 3 - 5 5 - 5 5 - 5 3 - 3 4 - 2 1 - 5 4 - 3

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO: Best Season Series Record: ......................................6-0 (2004), 10-1 (1997) Worst Season Series Record: ..................................................... 1-12 (1986) Most Runs, Game (BAL):.......... 16 (August 17, 2008 & September 15, 1996) Most Runs, Game (DET):...........17 (September 16, 2006 & August 12, 1993) Longest Winning Streak:.......................11 (September 7, 1996-July 4, 1997) Longest Losing Streak:.......................... 9 (three times, last: 1986-June 21, 1987)

Current Streak: ...................................................................................... Lost 1 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium): ........................ 51,764 (June 10, 1984) Largest Crowd (OPACY): ......................................... 48,505 (August 7, 1999) Largest Crowd (Tiger Stadium):.................................... 53,959 (July 9, 1970) Largest Crowd (Comerica Park):............................ 40,093 (August 10, 2000)

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: Baltimore won the season series against Detroit, 4-3…Baltimore collected 10 or more hits in all but one of the seven contests…On 7/18 at Detroit, RHP Chris Tillman tossed 8.0 scoreless innings (1 H, 1 BB, 8 K) and combined to shut out the Tigers with LHP Zach Britton…According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Tillman is the only Orioles pitcher since the franchise moved to Baltimore in 1954 to surrender a hit to the opposition’s leadoff batter and finish at least 8.0 innings without surrendering another hit, accomplishing the feat twice (also 9/28/12)…On 7/30 at Oriole Park, RF Chris Davis slugged his 25th home run of the season and moved into sixth place on the Oriole Park all-time home run list with 83 homers…It also marked his fourth consecutive season with 25 or more home runs…RHP Mychal Givens earned his first Major League win after tossing 1.2 scoreless innings against Detroit, 7/31…With his home run in the fifth inning on 7/31, CF Adam Jones passed OF Ken Singleton for sole possession of seventh place on the Orioles all-time home run list with 183 home runs as an Oriole…It was also his 100th career home run at Oriole Park, becoming just the second player ever to record 100 or more home runs at OPACY…On 8/1, LF Gerardo Parra became the 1,000th player to play for the Orioles…3B Manny Machado batted .333/.455/.704 (9-for-27) with three home runs and six RBI against the Tigers…C Caleb Joseph batted .300/.364/.600 (3-for-10) against Detroit with a home run and five RBI. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: In 2014, the Orioles swept Detroit in the ALDS, 3-0, to advance to the ALCS for the first time since 1997…The Birds won Game 1 of the ALDS, 12-3, before holding on for one-run victories in Games 2 (7-6) and 3 (2-1)…In 2013, SS J.J. Hardy became the fourth player to homer three or more times in a season off RHP Justin Verlander…On 8/17/08 at Detroit, the Orioles scored 16 runs against the Tigers for the second time in club history (also 9/15/96)…The Birds went 6-0 against the Tigers in 2004, marking the fifth time in club history they had swept a season series…RF Albert Belle tied a Major League record with four doubles against Detroit on 8/29/99…RHP Mike Mussina tied a then-club record by striking out 14 Tigers on 7/5/97 at Tiger Stadium…Mussina also fanned 14 at Detroit on 5/16/93… On 9/15/96 at Detroit, C Mark Parent hit the Orioles’ 241st home run of the year, breaking the Major League record set by the 1961 New York Yankees…DH Eddie Murray hit his 500th home run off Detroit’s RHP Felipe Lira on 9/6/96 to become the third player in Major League history to record 3,000 hits and 500 home runs…The Tigers defeated the Orioles 7-1 on 10/6/91 in the final game played at Memorial Stadium…LHP Steve Barber and RHP Stu Miller combined to no-hit the Tigers in Game 1 of a doubleheader on 4/30/67…RHP Ray Moore pitched 15.0 innings against Detroit on 5/21/57 but did not factor in the Orioles’ 2-1 loss…The Orioles played their inaugural game at Tiger Stadium on 4/13/54, losing 3-0…The Orioles recorded their first ever victory the following day with a 3-2 win over Detroit…The Orioles finished with a 188-183 record all-time at Tiger Stadium.

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(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1960s 5__ - 1 6 - 0 11_ - 1 1970s 38_ - 19 27 - 32 65_ - 51 1980s 32_ - 28 23 - 33 55_ - 61 1990s 31_ - 22 31 - 21 62_ - 43 2000s 23_ - 12 26 - 14 49_ - 26 2010s 12_ - 9 9 - 15 21_ - 24 Total 141_ - 91 122 - 115 263_ - 206

KC sweep, at BAL 3 game: 8/28-30/1998 4 game: Never KC sweep, at KC 3 game: 4/11-13/2000 4 game: 7/29-8/1/1982

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 141-91; ROAD: 122-115; TOTAL: 263-206) Year Home Road Total 1969 5 - 1 6 - 0 11 - 1 1970 6 - 0 6 - 0 12 - 0 1971 4 - 1 2 - 4 6 - 5 1972 3 - 3 3 - 3 6 - 6 1973 5 - 1 3 - 3 8 - 4 1974 4 - 2 4 - 2 8 - 4 1975 5 - 1 2 - 4 7 - 5 1976 4 - 2 2 - 4 6 - 6 1977 2 - 3 2 - 4 4 - 7 1978 2 - 3 0 - 5 2 - 8 1979 3 - 3 3 - 3 6 - 6 1980 4 - 2 2 - 4 6 - 6 1981 4 - 2 1 - 1 5 - 3 1982 4 - 2 0 - 6 4 - 8 1983 4 - 2 4 - 2 8 - 4 1984 3 - 3 2 - 4 5 - 7

Year Home Road 1985 2 - 4 4 - 2 1986 3 - 3 3 - 3 1987 4 - 2 5 - 1 1988 0 - 6 0 - 6 1989 4 - 2 2 - 4 1990 4 - 1 4 - 2 1991 1 - 5 3 - 3 1992 4 - 2 4 - 2 1993 4 - 2 3 - 3 1994 2 - 0 2 - 1 1995 2 - 3 2 - 2 1996 5 - 1 4 - 2 1997 3 - 2 4 - 2 1998 2 - 4 3 - 2 1999 4 - 2 2 - 2 2000 2 - 2 1 - 5

Total 6 - 6 6 - 6 9 - 3 0 - 12 6 - 6 8 - 3 4 - 8 8 - 4 7 - 5 4 - 1 4 - 5 9 - 3 7 - 4 5 - 6 6 - 4 3 - 7

Year Home Road 2001 2 - 1 3 - 1 2002 4 - 0 3 - 0 2003 1 - 2 2 - 2 2004 1 - 2 5 - 1 2005 2 - 1 2 - 1 2006 3 - 0 2 - 1 2007 4 - 0 3 - 0 2008 2 - 2 3 - 1 2009 2 - 2 2 - 2 2010 1 - 1 1 - 3 2011 3 - 0 2 - 4 2012 3 - 4 2 - 0 2013 2 - 1 1 - 3 2014 1 - 2 2 - 2 2015 2 - 1 1 - 3

Total 5 - 2 7 - 0 3 - 4 6 - 3 4 - 2 5 - 1 7 - 0 5 - 3 4 - 4 2 - 4 5 - 4 5 - 4 3 - 4 3 - 4 3 - 4

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO: Best Season Series Record: ........................................................12-0 (1970) Worst Season Series Record: .................................................... 0-12 (1988) Most Runs, Game (BAL): .................................................... 15 (May 9, 2003) Most Runs, Game (KC): ..................... 15 (April 29, 1999 & August 16, 1992) Longest Winning Streak: .........................23 (May 10, 1969-August 2, 1970) Longest Losing Streak:............................... 15 (July 26, 1987-April 11, 1989)

Current Streak: ......................................................................................Won 1 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium): ...........................51,956 (April 5, 1982) Largest Crowd (OPACY): .......................................48,154 (August 29, 1998) Largest Crowd (Municipal Stadium):........................... 29,120 (May 2, 1971) Largest Crowd (Kauffman Stadium):...................... 41,334 (August 11,1980)

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: Baltimore dropped the season series to the Royals for the third consecutive season, falling 4-3…On 8/26, five Orioles homered in Baltimore’s 8-5 win at Kansas City…RF Dariel Alvarez slugged his first Major League home run on 9/11 against Kansas City at Oriole Park…LF Nolan Reimold and C Steve Clevenger each slugged their first career grand slam in the eighth inning, 9/11…Per the Elias Sports Bureau, the New York Mets were the last team to register two grand slams in the same inning when they did so against the Chicago Cubs on 7/16/06 (sixth inning; Carlos Beltran and Cliff Floyd)…The last time the Orioles recorded two grand slams in the same inning was 8/6/86 against Texas (Jim Dwyer and Larry Sheets)…2B Jonathan Schoop posted his second career multihome run game on 9/13 at Oriole Park, slugging both homers off RHP Johnny Cueto…Schoop batted .407/.448/.815 (11-for-27) in seven games against the Royals.

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All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: In 2014, the Orioles advanced to the ALCS for the first time since 1997 and were swept by KC, the club’s first losing postseason series sweep in history…Despite being swept, the Orioles were within one run in the ninth inning in all four games of the ALCS…On 5/16/14, RHP Chris Tillman tossed the first complete-game shutout (5 H, 1 BB, 3 K) of his career in the O’s 4-0 win against the Royals…On 5/8/13 vs. Kansas City at Oriole Park, RHP Jim Johnson recorded his 34th consecutive save, tying LHP Randy Myers for the longest streak of successful save conversions in franchise history…3B Manny Machado made his Major League debut against the Royals on 8/9/12 and hit his first two Major League homers the following night on 8/10…The Orioles won 12 consecutive games against Kansas City from 7/26/06-5/10/08…It was the O’s longest winning streak over one team since winning 13 straight against Toronto from 1978-1979…On 4/27/99 in Baltimore, LF B.J. Surhoff matched a then-Orioles record with five hits against the Royals…SS Cal Ripken, Jr. played in his 2,216th consecutive game on 6/14/96 at Kansas City, setting a world-record for most consecutive games played…The previous record had been held by INF Sachio Kinugasa of the Hiroshima Carp in Japan’s Central League…The Orioles and Royals combined for 36 runs in a doubleheader on 6/23/91…Cal Ripken, Jr. made his Major League debut against Kansas City on 4/10/81 as he entered the game as a pinch-runner and scored a run…Ripken hit his first Major League home run against the Royals on Opening Day the following season (4/5/82)…The Orioles won 24 of their first 25 games against Kansas City and set a Major League record by defeating the Royals in 23 consecutive games from 4/10/69-8/2/70.

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W/L Score L 3 - 8 L 2 - 3 W 8 - 5 L 3 - 5 W 14 - 8 L 6 - 14 W 8 - 2

RECORD BY DECADE

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 5/24-26/2011 4 game: 5/2-5/2002 BAL sweep, at KC 3 game: 5/28-30/2007 4 game: 7/16-19/1987

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(eastern times) Date At Time 4/22 KC 8:15 4/23 KC 7:15 4/24 KC 2:15 6/06 BAL 7:05 6/07 BAL 7:05 6/08 BAL 7:05

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2015 RESULTS Royals won series, 4-3

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One Royal Way • Kansas City, MO 64129 • (816) 921-8000 • www.royals.com Kauffman Stadium (1973) • Seating Capacity: 37,903 • Dimensions (L-R): 330-410-330 • Manager: Ned Yost Vice President of Communications and Broadcasting: Mike Swanson • Assistant Director of Media Relations: Mike Cummings • Senior Director of Team Travel: Jeff Davenport

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2015 RESULTS Twins won series, 7-0 Date At W/L Score 7/06 MIN L 2 - 4 7/07 MIN L 3 - 8 7/08 MIN L 3 - 5 8/20 BAL L 2 - 15 8/21 BAL L 3 - 4 8/22 BAL L 2 - 3 8/23 BAL L 3 - 4 (12)

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(eastern times) Date At Time 4/04 BAL 3:05 4/06 BAL 7:05 4/07 BAL 7:05 5/09 MIN 8:10 5/10 MIN 8:10 5/11 MIN 1:10

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 4/6-8/2012 4 game: Never 5 game: 7/1-3/1966 BAL sweep, at MIN 3 game: 9/7-9/1999 4 game: 8/22-25/2011

(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1960s 43 - 35 37 - 41 80 - 76 1970s 32 - 26 32 - 26 64 - 52 1980s 36 - 21 27 - 30 63 - 51 1990s 33 - 19 30 - 26 63 - 45 2000s 18 - 19 15 - 18 33 - 37 2010s 10 - 12 11 - 10 21 - 22 Total 172 - 132 152 - 151 324 - 283

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One Twins Way • Minneapolis, MN 55403 • (612) 659-3400 • www.twinsbaseball.com Target Field (2010) • Seating Capacity: 38,871 • Dimensions (L-R): 339-407-328 • Manager: Paul Molitor Senior Director, Baseball Communications: Dustin Morse • Senior Manager, Baseball Information: Mitch Hestad Director, Team Travel: Mike Herman

MIN sweep, at BAL 3 game: 7/22-24/1996 4 game: 8/20-23/2015 MIN sweep, at MIN 3 game: 7/06-08/2015 4 game: Never

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 172-132; ROAD: 152-151; TOTAL: 324-283)

Year Home Road 1961 4 - 5 7 - 2 1962 4 - 5 2 - 7 1963 6 - 3 3 - 6 1964 5 - 4 5 - 4 1965 4 - 5 4 - 5 1966 6 - 3 4 - 5 1967 4 - 5 4 - 5 1968 5 - 4 5 - 4 1969 5 - 1 3 - 3 1970 2 - 4 3 - 3 1971 5 - 1 5 - 1 1972 2 - 4 4 - 2 1973 4 - 2 4 - 2 1974 4 - 2 2 - 4 1975 4 - 2 2 - 4 1976 2 - 4 2 - 4

Total 11 - 7 6 - 12 9 - 9 10 - 8 8 - 10 10 - 8 8 - 10 10 - 8 8 - 4 5 - 7 10 - 2 6 - 6 8 - 4 6 - 6 6 - 6 4 - 8

Year Home Road 1977 3 - 2 3 - 2 1978 3 - 2 2 - 3 1979 3 - 3 5 - 1 1980 5 - 1 5 - 1 1981 3 - 0 3 - 0 1982 5 - 1 3 - 3 1983 3 - 3 5 - 1 1984 4 - 2 1 - 5 1985 3 - 3 3 - 3 1986 5 - 1 3 - 3 1987 3 - 3 2 - 4 1988 2 - 4 1 - 5 1989 3 - 3 1 - 5 1990 3 - 3 3 - 3 1991 3 - 3 1 - 5 1992 3 - 3 3 - 3

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Total 6 - 4 5 - 5 8 - 4 10 - 2 6 - 0 8 - 4 8 - 4 5 - 7 6 - 6 8 - 4 5 - 7 3 - 9 4 - 8 6 - 6 4 - 8 6 - 6

Best Season Series Record: ........................................................10-1 (1997) Worst Season Series Record: .......................................................0-7 (2007) Most Runs, Game (BAL): ......................16 (August 7, 1998 & July 30, 1996) Most Runs, Game (MIN): .......................15 (August 20, 2015 & May 7, 1978) Longest Winning Streak: ................... 12 (July 21, 1980 (G2)-May 17, 1981) Longest Losing Streak:..................9 (September 23, 2006-August 26, 2007)

Year Home Road Total 1993 5 - 1 3 - 3 8 - 4 1994 2 - 1 2 - 4 4 - 5 1995 1 - 2 2 - 4 3 - 6 1996 2 - 4 5 - 1 7 - 5 1997 5 - 0 5 - 1 10 - 1 1998 4 - 1 3 - 2 7 - 3 1999 5 - 1 3 - 0 8 - 1 2000 2 - 1 4 - 2 6 - 3 2001 2 - 1 1 - 2 3 - 3 2002 3 - 0 2 - 1 5 - 1 2003 2 - 2 1 - 2 3 - 4 2004 2 - 4 2 - 1 4 - 5 2005 2 - 1 1 - 2 3 - 3 2006 2 - 4 1 - 2 3 - 6 2007 0 - 4 0 - 3 0 - 7 2008 1 - 2 2 - 1 3 - 3

Year Home Road Total 2009 2 - 0 1 - 2 3 - 2 2010 1 - 3 2 - 2 3 - 5 2011 2 - 2 4 - 0 6 - 2 2012 3 - 0 2 - 2 5 - 2 2013 1 - 2 2 - 1 3 - 3 2014 3 - 1 1 - 2 4 - 3 2015 0 - 4 0 - 3 0 - 7

Current Streak: ......................................................................................Lost 8 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium): ......................... 47,360 (May 28, 1977) Largest Crowd (OPACY): .......................................48,263 (August 23, 1997) Largest Crowd (Metropolitan Stadium):..................41,021 (August 1, 1965) Largest Crowd (Metrodome):......................................52,286 (July 22, 1988) Largest Crowd (Target Field):...............................38,863 (May 8, 2010 (G2))

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles were swept in the season series against the Twins, 7-0, marking the second time in the all-time series that Baltimore did not earn at least one victory against Minnesota (also 2007)…The Birds did not score more than three runs in any of the seven contests, as they were outscored by the Twins, 43-18…On 8/22, RHP Chris Tillman registered his 600th career strikeout in the fourth inning after fanning 3B Trevor Plouffe…He retired 14 consecutive batters from the first through the fifth inning, but snapped his seven-game, career-high tying winning streak (since 6/5)…On 8/23, Manny Machado made his first Major League appearance at shortstop in the top of the 12th inning…With the Orioles 7-3 loss to the Twins on 8/23, the Birds dropped their first game of the season when leading after 8.0 innings, after winning their first 54 such games of the season…RHP Brad Brach tossed three scoreless appearances (4.0 IP) vs. MIN. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: In 2014, the Orioles won three consecutive games against the Twins at Oriole Park on 8/29-31 and improved to a season-high 23 games over .500 with their 12-8 win over Minnesota on 8/31…On 4/5/13, the Orioles won their third consecutive home opener, 9-5, against Minnesota…LHP T.J. McFarland made his Major League debut on 4/6/13 against the Twins, tossing 3.1 shutout innings while striking out five…Baltimore beat Minnesota, 4-2, on Opening Day, 4/6/12, with Nick Markakis tying the Orioles record for most Opening Day starts in right field…Markakis also became the first Oriole to homer in his first at-bat of the season since PH Jon Knott on 4/17/07 and he was the first Oriole to do it on Opening Day since CF Luis Matos on 4/4/05…The Orioles swept the Twins at Oriole Park on 4/6-8/12 for the first home sweep over MIN since 8/6-8/02…The Birds recorded the first four-game sweep in Minnesota in franchise history, 8/2225/11, outscoring the Twins, 24-4…In 2009, the Orioles recorded their first season-series win against Minnesota (3-2) since 2002…The Orioles went 0-7 against the Twins in 2007, marking the first time the Twins had swept the Orioles in a season series and the 13th time in AL history a team has swept an opponent in a season series of seven or more games…3B Cal Ripken, Jr. recorded his 3,000th career hit on 4/15/00 with a single off RHP Hector Carrasco in the Metrodome…RHP Mike Mussina pitched a one-hit shutout and struck out a club record 15 batters on 8/1/00…On 8/17/99, LHP Jesse Orosco made his 1,072nd career appearance, passing RHP Dennis Eckersley for the most games pitched in Major League history…The Birds swept a three-game series from the Twins 7/30-8/1/96, to begin a stretch in which they won 28 of their final 42 games to reach the playoffs for the first time since 1983…On 7/15/93, SS Cal Ripken, Jr. hit his 278th home run as a shortstop, breaking INF Ernie Banks’ record…RHP Bob Milacki faced the minimum 27 batters against MIN on 4/23/89 in a 3-0 complete game (3 H, 2 BB)…The Orioles swept Minnesota, 3-0, in the 1969 and 1970 ALCS…1B Jim Gentile tied a Major League record by hitting two grand slams in a single game against the Twins on 5/9/61. FRANCHISE NOTE: Played in Washington D.C. from 1901-1960...Moved to Minnesota in 1961.

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(eastern times) Date At Time 5/24 HOU 8:10 5/25 HOU 8:10 5/26 HOU 8:10 8/18 BAL 7:05 8/19 BAL 7:05 8/20 BAL 7:05 8/21 BAL 1:35

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/17-19/2008 4 game: Never BAL sweep, at HOU 3 game: Never 4 game: Never

(most recent) Year Home Road Total 2000s 6 - 0 0 - 3 6 - 3 2010s 6 - 3 5 - 6 11 - 9 Total 12 - 3 5 - 9 17 - 12

HOU sweep, at BAL 3 game: Never 4 game: Never HOU sweep, at HOU 3 game: 6/3-5/2003 4 game: Never

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 12-3; ROAD: 5-9; TOTAL: 17-12)

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Best Season Series Record:.............................................. 3-0 (2008 & 2005) Worst Season Series Record:........................................................0-3 (2003) Most Runs, Game (BAL):.....................................................9 (June 1, 2014)) Most Runs, Game (HOU):......................... 11 (three times, last: June 5, 2013) Longest Winning Streak:.............................. 7 (June 13, 2005-June 5, 2013)

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Longest Losing Streak:...........................3 (three times, last: June 1-3, 2015) Current Streak: ..................................................................................... Won 1 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium): ...........................51,956 (April 5, 1982) Largest Crowd (OPACY): ........................................... 45,944 (May 11, 2014) Largest Crowd (Minute Maid Park):........................... 38,482 (May 30, 2014)

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: Baltimore lost three of the final four head-to-head matchups at Houston, dropping the season series, 4-3…Each game was decided by three runs or fewer, and neither club scored more than six runs in a game…LHP Zach Britton posted three saves in four scoreless appearances (4.2 IP), holding the Astros to a .188 batting average…On 5/27 at Oriole Park, DH Jimmy Paredes stole home as part of a double steal, becoming the first Oriole to steal home since 8/28/14 (Adam Jones vs. TB)…CF Adam Jones hit a game-winning solo home run in the top of the eighth inning at Minute Maid Park on 6/4…Paredes batted .316 (6-for-19) in six games against the Astros. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: On 5/11/14 at Oriole Park, CF Adam Jones hit a two-RBI single in the third inning against the Astros for his 500th and 501st career RBI…3B Manny Machado hit his first career grand slam off Houston’s RHP Scott Feldman on 6/1/14 at Minute Maid Park…Baltimore won seven straight games from 6/13/05-6/4/13 and have won 12 of the 15 games between the clubs at Oriole Park…On 6/19/08, 2B Brian Roberts recorded his 20th stolen base of the season for his sixth consecutive season of 20 or more stolen bases…The O’s swept the Astros on 6/17-19/08 for their first Interleague sweep since 6/13-15/05, also against Houston…OF Larry Bigbie led the O’s in their 2005 sweep, batting .778/.818/1.111 in the three games against the Astros…The home team swept the three-game series in the first three match-ups between the clubs from 2003 to 2008…Houston swept the inaugural Interleague series from the O’s in 2003, outscoring the Birds, 28-11…INF Morgan Ensberg batted .600/.667/1.200 with two home runs and nine RBI in the three-game sweep for Houston in 2003.

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FRANCHISE NOTE: Began American League play in 2013 (AL West)...Previously a member of the National League Central Division.

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Year Home Road 2003 0 - 0 0 - 3 2005 3 - 0 0 - 0 2008 3 - 0 0 - 0 2013 2 - 1 2 - 1 2014 2 - 1 2 - 2 2015 2 - 1 1 - 3

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2015 RESULTS Astros won series, 4-3 At W/L Score BAL W 4 - 3 BAL L 1 - 4 BAL W 5 - 4 HOU L 2 - 5 HOU L 4 - 6 HOU L 1 - 3 HOU W 3 - 2

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501 Crawford Street • Houston, TX 77002 • (713) 259-8000 • www.astros.com Minute Maid Park (2000) • Seating Capacity: 41,676 • Dimensions (L-R): 315-435-326 • Manager: A.J. Hinch Vice President of Media Relations: Gene Dias • Media Relations Managers: Steve Grande & Dena Propis Director of Team Operations: Dan O’Neill

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2000 Gene Autry Way • Anaheim, CA 92806 • (714) 940-2000 • www.angels.com Angel Stadium of Anahiem (1966) • Seating Capacity: 45,493 • Dimensions (L-R): 347-396-348 • Manager: Mike Scioscia Vice President, Communications: Tim Mead • Director, Communications: Eric Kay Traveling Secretary: Tom Taylor

2015 RESULTS Angels won series, 4-2 Date 5/15 5/16 5/17 8/07 8/08 8/09

At W/L Score BAL L 1 - 3 BAL L 1 - 6 BAL W 3 - 0 LAA L 4 - 8 LAA W 5 - 0 LAA L 4 - 5 (11)

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(eastern times) Date At Time 5/20 LAA 10:05 5/21 LAA 10:05 5/22 LAA 3:35 7/08 BAL 7:05 7/09 BAL 4:05 7/10 BAL 1:35

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 8/3-5/2010 4 game: 7/17-20/2003 BAL sweep, at LAA 3 game: 8/27-29/2010 4 game: Never LAA sweep, at BAL 3 game: 9/6-8/2002 4 game: Never LAA sweep, at LAA 3 game: 8/19-21/2011 4 game: Never

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(most recent) Home Road Total 44 - 31 39 - 41 83 - 72 37 - 22 28 - 30 65 - 52 38 - 22 33 - 27 71 - 49 37 - 22 36 - 24 73 - 46 20 - 26 17 - 30 37 - 56 11 - 9 11 - 12 22 - 21 187 - 132 164 - 164 351 - 296

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 187-132; ROAD: 164-164; TOTAL: 351-296)

Year Home Road 1961 2 - 6 6 - 4 1962 6 - 3 2 - 7 1963 6 - 3 3 - 6 1964 6 - 3 5 - 4 1965 8 - 2 5 - 3 1966 6 - 3 6 - 3 1967 2 - 4 4 - 7 1968 5 - 4 5 - 4 1969 3 - 3 3 - 3 1970 4 - 2 3 - 3 1971 4 - 2 3 - 3 1972 4 - 2 2 - 4 1973 3 - 3 3 - 3 1974 4 - 2 3 - 3 1975 2 - 4 4 - 2 1976 4 - 2 4 - 2

Total 8 - 10 8 - 10 9 - 9 11 - 7 13 - 5 12 - 6 6 - 11 10 - 8 6 - 6 7 - 5 7 - 5 6 - 6 6 - 6 7 - 5 6 - 6 8 - 4

Year Home Road 1977 5 - 1 0 - 5 1978 2 - 3 2 - 3 1979 5 - 1 4 - 2 1980 4 - 2 6 - 0 1981 3 - 3 3 - 3 1982 3 - 3 4 - 2 1983 4 - 2 3 - 3 1984 5 - 1 3 - 3 1985 4 - 2 3 - 3 1986 4 - 2 2 - 4 1987 4 - 2 5 - 1 1988 3 - 3 2 - 4 1989 4 - 2 2 - 4 1990 4 - 2 3 - 3 1991 3 - 3 3 - 3 1992 4 - 2 4 - 2

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Total 5 - 6 4 - 6 9 - 3 10 - 2 6 - 6 7 - 5 7 - 5 8 - 4 7 - 5 6 - 6 9 - 3 5 - 7 6 - 6 7 - 5 6 - 6 8 - 4

Best Season Series Record:......................................8-1 (2003) & 6-0 (2010) Worst Season Series Record:........................................................2-8 (2009) Most Runs, Game (BAL):...............................................17 (August 26, 1985) Most Runs, Game (LAA):........................................ 18 (September 12, 2007) Longest Winning Streak:........................ 12 (July 19, 1979-August 28, 1980)

Year Home Road Total 1993 4 - 2 3 - 3 7 - 5 1994 3 - 3 5 - 1 8 - 4 1995 4 - 2 5 - 2 9 - 4 1996 3 - 3 3 - 3 6 - 6 1997 5 - 1 2 - 3 7 - 4 1998 3 - 2 3 - 3 6 - 5 1999 4 - 2 5 - 1 9 - 3 2000 2 - 4 3 - 3 5 - 7 2001 3 - 3 2 - 1 5 - 4 2002 0 - 3 2 - 4 2 - 7 2003 6 - 0 2 - 1 8 - 1 2004 1 - 2 2 - 4 3 - 6 2005 1 - 2 1 - 2 2 - 4 2006 3 - 1 1 - 5 4 - 6 2007 2 - 4 1 - 3 3 - 7 2008 1 - 2 2 - 4 3 - 6

Year Home Road Total 2009 1 - 5 1 - 3 2 - 8 2010 3 - 0 3 - 0 6 - 0 2011 3 - 3 0 - 3 3 - 6 2012 0 - 2 2 - 5 2 - 7 2013 2 - 1 3 - 1 5 - 2 2014 2 - 1 2 - 1 4 - 2 2015 1 - 2 1 - 2 2 - 4

Longest Losing Streak:.............................7 (August 30, 2002-May 20, 2003) Current Streak: ......................................................................................Lost 1 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium): ..........................51,382 (July 21, 1979) Largest Crowd (OPACY):.............................................48,544 (July 24, 1999) Largest Crowd (Angel Stadium):................................63,073 (April 23, 1983)

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Birds dropped the season series to the Angels, 4-2…RHP Mike Wright tossed 7.1 scoreless innings at Oriole Park on 5/17 vs. LAA, becoming the ninth Orioles pitcher to toss a scoreless start in his Major League debut, first since LHP Chris Waters (8/5/08 at LAA), and first at home since RHP Anthony Telford (8/19/90 vs. OAK; Memorial Stadium)…Wright became the first Orioles pitcher in club history to toss a scoreless start in his Major League debut without allowing a walk, and he struck out CF Mike Trout in the first inning for his first career Major League strikeout…Baltimore blanked Los Angeles-AL on 8/8, as RHP Ubaldo Jimenez tossed a season-high tying 8.0 scoreless innings for the second time (also Game 1 of DH on 6/28)…INF Manny Machado hit safely in five of six games, including three consecutive multi-hit performances from 8/7-9, and batted .423/.444/.577 (11-for-26) during those six games…INF Jonathan Schoop batted .455/.385/.818 (5-for-11) in three games against the Angels. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: 3B Manny Machado hit his first career walk-off home run leading off the bottom of the 12th inning against the Angels at Oriole Park on 7/29/14…On 7/31/14, RHP Bud Norris (7.0 IP) and LHP Tyler Skaggs (4.2 IP) locked up in a pitcher’s duel that remained scoreless until the Angels scored once in the 13th inning to win it…It was the O’s first 1-0 loss in extra innings since 10/3/99…On 7/24/11, CF Mike Trout hit his first career Major League home run in the top of the eighth inning off Orioles RHP Mark Worrell…The O’s swept the season series for the first time in franchise history in 2010, allowing just 15 runs in the six games…LF Felix Pie became the fourth Oriole to hit for the cycle on 8/14/09, two years after DH Aubrey Huff accomplished the feat on 6/29/07 also against the Angels…Huff became the third Oriole to hit for the cycle (first at home) when he did it against the Angels on 6/29/07…RF Albert Belle hit three home runs against the Halos on 7/25/99…SS Cal Ripken, Jr. broke the all-time consecutive games played record with his 2,131st consecutive game on 9/6/95 against the Angels…The O’s and Angels played before 63,073 fans on 4/23/83, the largest regular season night crowd at Angel Stadium…John Lowenstein’s pinch-hit home run in the 10th inning of Game 1 of the 1979 ALCS gave the O’s a 6-3 win (O’s won series, 3-1)…RHP Nolan Ryan pitched his fourth career no-hitter on 6/1/75 against Baltimore… LHP Bo Belinsky tossed a no-hitter against the Birds on 5/5/62…The Angels defeated the Orioles, 7-2, at Memorial Stadium in their inaugural game on 4/11/61.

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OAK sweep, at BAL 3 game: 8/16-18/2004 4 game: 8/26-29/2005 OAK sweep, at OAK 3 game: 5/27-29/2011 4 game: 8/23-26/2004

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 126-128; ROAD: 132-128; TOTAL: 258-256) Year Home Road 1968 5 - 3 4 - 6 1969 5 - 1 3 - 3 1970 4 - 2 3 - 3 1971 3 - 2 4 - 2 1972 1 - 5 5 - 1 1973 2 - 4 3 - 3 1974 2 - 4 4 - 2 1975 3 - 3 1 - 5 1976 2 - 4 2 - 4 1977 3 - 2 5 - 0 1978 5 - 0 6 - 0 1979 4 - 2 4 - 2 1980 3 - 3 4 - 2 1981 4 - 2 3 - 3 1982 4 - 2 3 - 3 1983 5 - 1 3 - 3

Total 9 - 9 8 - 4 7 - 5 7 - 4 6 - 6 5 - 7 6 - 6 4 - 8 4 - 8 8 - 2 11 - 0 8 - 4 7 - 5 7 - 5 7 - 5 8 - 4

Year Home Road 1984 2 - 4 4 - 2 1985 4 - 2 3 - 3 1986 2 - 2 3 - 5 1987 3 - 3 4 - 2 1988 2 - 4 2 - 4 1989 4 - 2 1 - 5 1990 1 - 5 3 - 3 1991 1 - 5 2 - 4 1992 1 - 5 5 - 1 1993 5 - 1 5 - 1 1994 4 - 2 3 - 3 1995 2 - 4 3 - 3 1996 4 - 2 5 - 2 1997 3 - 2 5 - 1 1998 4 - 2 4 - 1 1999 3 - 3 2 - 4

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Total 6 - 6 7 - 5 5 - 7 7 - 5 4 - 8 5 - 7 4 - 8 3 - 9 6 - 6 10 - 2 7 - 5 5 - 7 9 - 4 8 - 3 8 - 3 5 - 7

Best Season Series Record:........................................................ 11-0 (1978) Worst Season Series Record:........................................................0-7 (2004) Most Runs, Game (BAL):................ 18 (August 16, 2015 & August 15, 1996) Most Runs, Game (OAK):...............................................15 (August 30, 2001) Longest Winning Streak:....................... 13 (August 14, 1977-April 27, 1979)

Year Home Road Total 2000 2 - 4 2 - 4 4 - 8 2001 0 - 3 2 - 4 2 - 7 2002 2 - 4 2 - 1 4 - 5 2003 2 - 1 0 - 6 2 - 7 2004 0 - 3 0 - 4 0 - 7 2005 1 - 6 3 - 0 4 - 6 2006 1 - 2 1 - 2 2 - 4 2007 2 - 3 2 - 1 4 - 4 2008 0 - 2 0 - 3 0 - 5 2009 1 - 2 0 - 3 1 - 5 2010 2 - 4 1 - 3 3 - 7 2011 3 - 0 1 - 5 4 - 5 2012 3 - 3 1 - 2 4 - 5 2013 2 - 1 3 - 1 5 - 2 2014 1 - 2 1 - 2 2 - 4 2015 4 - 0 2 - 1 6 - 1

Longest Losing Streak:...............................9 (May 5, 2008-August 10, 2009) Current Streak: ..................................................................................... Won 5 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium):...........................50,071 (July 27, 1991) Largest Crowd (OPACY):..............................................48,271 (April 4, 2005) Largest Crowd (O.co Coliseum):............................... 47,741 (June 12, 1972)

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles won the season series against Oakland, 6-1…Baltimore won five consecutive games against the Athletics from 8/14-17, the most consecutive wins the Orioles have collected against the A’s since winning eight straight on 5/23/98-4/23/99…The O’s outscored the Athletics, 50-23, while recording four games with at least 10 hits…RHP Tyler Wilson earned his first win as a starting pitcher on 8/3 at the O.co Coliseum, surrendering two runs over a career-high 7.2 innings…On 8/16 at Oriole Park, the Birds collected 26 hits in an 18-2 victory, matching the most hits in club history (also, 8/28/80 vs. the California Angels at Memorial Stadium)…The 18 runs matched the most in club history against the A’s (also 8/15/96 at OAK)…The Orioles also recorded a season-high 10 hits and nine runs in the fifth inning on 8/16…According to STATS, LLC., it was the first time Baltimore had 10 or more hits in an inning since 4/11/02 vs. TB (11 hits in the sixth inning)…Baltimore hit walk-off home runs in consecutive games, 8/14-15, including 3B Manny Machado’s second career walk-off home run on 8/14 (a two-run homer in the bottom of the 13th inning)…With a 4-2 win over the Athletics on 8/17, RHP Chris Tillman tied his career-high winning streak at seven games (since 6/5), going 7-0 with a 3.47 ERA (27 ER/70.0 IP) with eight Quality Starts over 12 starts…The Orioles recorded their first ever four-game series sweep of Oakland at Oriole Park and first four-game sweep of the Athletics since 5/22-25/87 at Oakland. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The O’s have lost 36 of their last 52 games in Oakland, including 18 of the last 26…The O’s set a franchise record by losing nine consecutive games to Oakland from 2008 to 2009…Oakland swept the Orioles in the 2008 season series (five games) for Baltimore’s third season series sweep in club history (also, 0-12 vs. KC in 1988 and 0-7 vs. OAK in 2004)…The Orioles and Athletics played without a public address announcer on 8/12/97 in memory of longtime Orioles PA announcer Rex Barney (passed away on 8/11)…RHP Bob Milacki, LHP Mike Flanagan, RHP Mark Williamson, and RHP Gregg Olson combined for a no-hitter on 7/13/91, tying a then-Major League record for most pitchers used in a no-hitter…RHP Don Aase tied a Major League record, losing both games of a doubleheader on 8/28/86 (first of back-to-back doubleheaders)…The O’s and A’s have played three times in the ALCS: BAL 3 - OAK 0 (1971), OAK 3 - BAL 2 (1973), and OAK 3 - BAL 1 (1974)…RHP Jim Palmer no-hit the A’s on 8/13/69 at Memorial Stadium. FRANCHISE NOTE: Played in Philadelphia in from 1901-1954 and in Kansas City from 1955-1967...Moved to Oakland in 1968.

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(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1960s 10 - 4 7 - 9 17 - 13 1970s 29 - 28 37 - 22 66 - 50 1980s 33 - 25 30 - 32 63 - 57 1990s 28 - 31 37 - 23 65 - 54 2000s 11 - 30 12 - 28 23 - 58 2010s 15 - 10 9 - 14 24 - 24 Total 126 - 128 132 - 128 258 - 256

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(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/6-8/2011 4 game: 8/14-17/2015 BAL sweep, at OAK 3 game: 8/15-17/2005 4 game: 5/22-25/1987

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(eastern times) Date At Time 5/06 BAL 7:05 5/07 BAL 7:05 5/08 BAL 1:35 8/08 OAK 10:05 8/09 OAK 10:05 8/10 OAK 10:05 8/11 OAK 3:35

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2015 RESULTS Orioles won series, 6-1 Date At W/L Score 8/03 OAK W 9 - 2 8/04 OAK L 0 - 5 8/05 OAK W 7 - 3 (10) 8/14 BAL W 8 - 6 (13) 8/15 BAL W 4 - 3 8/16 BAL W 18 - 2 8/17 BAL W 4 - 2

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7000 Coliseum Way • Oakland, CA 94621 • (510) 638-4900 • www.oaklandathletics.com O.co Coliseum (1968) • Seating Capacity: 35,067 • Dimensions (L-R): 330-400-330 • Manager: Bob Melvin Director of Corporate Communications: Catherine Aker • Baseball Information Manager: Mike Selleck Player and Media Relations Manager: Adam Loberstein • Director of Team Travel: Mickey Morabito

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1250 First Avenue South • Seattle, WA 98134 • (206) 346-4000 • www.mariners.com Safeco Field (1999) • Seating Capacity: 47,943 • Dimensions (L-R): 331-401-326 • Manager: Scott Servais Senior Director, Baseball Information: Tim Hevly • Manager, Baseball Information: Kelly Munro & Fernando Alcala Director, Team Travel: Ron Spellecy

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2015 RESULTS Clubs split the series, 3-3 Date At W/L Score 5/19 BAL W 9 - 4 5/20 BAL L 2 - 4 5/21 BAL W 5 - 4 8/10 SEA W 3 - 2 8/11 SEA L 5 - 6 8/12 SEA L 0 - 3

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(eastern times) Date At Time 5/17 BAL 7:05 5/18 BAL 7:05 5/19 BAL 12:35 6/30 SEA 10:10 7/01 SEA 10:10 7/02 SEA 10:10 7/03 SEA 1:10

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 8/6-8/2012 4 game: 4/4-7/2008 BAL sweep, at SEA 3 game: 9/17-19/2012 4 game: Never

(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1970s 15 - 1 11 - 5 26 - 6 1980s 30 - 27 33 - 24 63 - 51 1990s 34 - 24 24 - 33 58 - 57 2000s 25 - 18 20 - 31 45 - 49 2010s 14 - 7 11 - 11 25 - 18 Total 118 - 77 99 - 104 217 - 181

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SEA sweep, at BAL 3 game: 8/7-9/2007 4 game: Never SEA sweep, at SEA 3 game: 4/19-21/2010 4 game: 6/22-25/2000

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 118-77; ROAD: 99-104; TOTAL: 217-181)

OPPONENTS

Year Home Road 1977 5 - 0 2 - 3 1978 5 - 0 4 - 1 1979 5 - 1 5 - 1 1980 4 - 2 2 - 4 1981 2 - 1 2 - 1 1982 4 - 2 3 - 3 1983 3 - 3 5 - 1 1984 4 - 2 5 - 1 1985 3 - 3 3 - 3 1986 3 - 3 3 - 3 1987 1 - 5 3 - 3 1988 4 - 2 3 - 3 1989 2 - 4 4 - 2

Total 7 - 3 9 - 1 10 - 2 6 - 6 4 - 2 7 - 5 8 - 4 9 - 3 6 - 6 6 - 6 4 - 8 7 - 5 6 - 6

Year Home Road 1990 1 - 5 2 - 4 1991 2 - 4 2 - 4 1992 4 - 2 3 - 3 1993 5 - 1 2 - 4 1994 5 - 1 1 - 3 1995 3 - 4 3 - 3 1996 4 - 2 3 - 3 1997 3 - 3 4 - 1 1998 3 - 2 3 - 3 1999 4 - 0 1 - 5 2000 3 - 3 0 - 4 2001 1 - 2 0 - 6 2002 4 - 2 1 - 2

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MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Total 3 - 9 4 - 8 7 - 5 7 - 5 6 - 4 6 - 7 7 - 5 7 - 4 6 - 5 5 - 5 3 - 7 1 - 8 5 - 4

Best Season Series Record:...........................................................8-1 (2012) Worst Season Series Record:........................................................1-8 (2001) Most Runs, Game (BAL):...........................15 (May 1, 1992 & May 19, 1987) Most Runs, Game (SEA):..........14 (September 16, 2000 & August 22, 1987) Longest Winning Streak:...... 8 (four times, last: July 3-September 19, 2012) Longest Losing Streak:.............................. 10 (June 22, 2000-May 31, 2001)

Year Home Road Total 2003 2 - 1 2 - 4 4 - 5 2004 5 - 1 2 - 1 7 - 2 2005 3 - 0 4 - 3 7 - 3 2006 2 - 4 2 - 2 4 - 6 2007 0 - 3 2 - 4 2 - 7 2008 4 - 0 4 - 2 8 - 2 2009 1 - 2 3 - 3 4 - 5 2010 3 - 3 0 - 3 3 - 6 2011 3 - 0 1 - 2 4 - 2 2012 3 - 0 5 - 1 8 - 1 2013 1 - 2 1 - 2 2 - 4 2014 2 - 1 3 - 1 5 - 2 2015 2 - 1 1 - 2 3 - 3

Current Streak: ......................................................................................Lost 2 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium): ........................ 42,497 (June 22, 1980) Largest Crowd (OPACY): ............................................48,365 (July 25, 1998) Largest Crowd (Kingdome):....................................... 57,432 (May 18, 1997) Largest Crowd (Safeco Field):........................... 45,894 (September 8, 2001)

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS: Baltimore and Seattle split the season series, 3-3…The Orioles collected 13 hits in a 9-4 win over the Mariners at Oriole Park on 5/19…3B Manny Machado matched his single-game, career-high two stolen bases, and RHP Miguel Gonzalez earned the win despite allowing four runs…RHP Tyler Wilson made his Major League debut in the ninth inning on 5/20 at Oriole Park (1.0 IP, 2 H)…LHP Zach Britton posted a save in both of his appearances against the Mariners, while recording six strikeouts in 2.2 innings. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles closed out the 2014 season series with a 1-0 win on 8/3 with their lone run coming on RF Nick Markakis’s lead-off home run (his first career) for the first time in club history…RHP Chris Tillman (7.0 IP), LHP Andrew Miller (1.0 IP), and LHP Zach Britton (1.0 IP) combined for the shutout…The O’s went 8-1 (.889) against the Mariners in 2012, marking their best record against the Mariners in one year (previous best was 10-2, .838 in 1979)…On 9/17-19/12, the Birds swept the Mariners in a three-game series at Seattle for the first time since 5/16-18/97…Baltimore swept the three-game home series against Seattle in 2011 and 2012 after not having done so since 2005…RHP Kevin Millwood and RHP Felix Hernandez each pitched a complete game on 4/21/10…It was the first time in an Orioles game in which two starting pitchers tossed a complete nine-inning game since 6/11/03…1B Rafael Palmeiro collected his 3,000th career hit, a double off RHP Joel Pineiro, on 7/15/05 at Safeco Field…On 5/8/97, the O’s defeated LHP Randy Johnson to end his 16-game winning streak…The Orioles beat him four times in 1997, including twice in the ALDS…Baltimore defeated Seattle, three games to one, to win the 1997 ALDS…C Chris Hoiles hit a two-out grand slam to give the O’s a 14-13 win on 5/17/96, the 12th two-out, walk-off grand slam in Major League history…RHP Randy Johnson (13 K) and LHP Dave Fleming (4 K) combined to strike out 17 Orioles on 5/26/95, tying the then-single-game record by an opponent…The O’s tied an AL record, stranding 15 baserunners in a shutout loss to Seattle on 4/9/93…LHP Mike Flanagan faced the minimum 27 batters in his complete-game shutout on 5/3/83 against the Mariners, despite allowing three hits and a walk.

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RECORD BY DECADE

(eastern times) Date At Time 4/14 TEX 8:05 4/15 TEX 8:05 4/16 TEX 8:05 4/17 TEX 3:05 8/02 BAL 7:05 8/03 BAL 7:05 8/04 BAL 7:05

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/13-15/2000 4 game: 6/30-7/3/2014 BAL sweep, at TEX 3 game: 7/19-21/2013 4 game: 7/8-11/2010

(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1970s 21_ - 26 31 - 15 52_ - 41 1980s 37_ - 17 35 - 22 72_ - 39 1990s 29_ - 25 31 - 21 60_ - 46 2000s 27_ - 21 16 - 30 43_ - 51 2010s 11__ - 12 10 - 11 21_ - 23 Total 125_ - 101 123 - 99 248_ - 200

TEX sweep, at BAL 3 game: 4/7-10/1977 4 game: Never TEX sweep, at TEX 3 game: 8/28-30/2015 4 game: 7/24-26/2001

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 125-101; ROAD: 123-99; TOTAL: 248-200) Total 9 - 3 8 - 4 9 - 3 7 - 5 4 - 8 3 - 3 4 - 1 3 - 10 10 - 1 6 - 5 6 - 6 6 - 6 2 - 7 3 - 6 7 - 2 5 - 2

Year Home Road 2005 1 - 3 3 - 3 2006 2 - 2 1 - 4 2007 1 - 2 3 - 4 2008 3 - 3 1 - 2 2009 3 - 4 2 - 1 2010 2 - 2 4 - 2 2011 1 - 2 0 - 3 2012 1 - 3 1 - 2 2013 2 - 2 3 - 0 2014 4 - 0 2 - 1 2015 1 - 2 0 - 3

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Total 4 - 6 3 - 6 4 - 6 4 - 5 5 - 5 6 - 4 1 - 5 2 - 5 5 - 2 6 - 1 1 - 6

Current Streak: ......................................................................................Lost 4 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium): ...........................51,650 (April 6, 1987) Largest Crowd (OPACY): ...........................................48,563 (April 30, 2000) Largest Crowd (Arlington):............................................41,242 (July 4, 1990) Largest Crowd (RBIA):..................................................48,808 (April 8, 2008)

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles lost the season series to the Rangers for the first time since 2012, falling 6-1…The Rangers outscored the Birds, 34-15, including 13 home runs…The Orioles registered a season-high four double plays on 6/30 against the Rangers…The last time the Birds recorded four double plays was also against the Rangers, 6/5/14 at Texas…The Rangers slugged four home runs in two consecutive games against the Orioles on 6/29-30…On 7/1 at Oriole Park, LHP Zach Britton converted his career-high 19th consecutive save opportunity, surpassing his previous career-high streak of 18 straight SVO (7/19-9/4/14)… He recorded his 60th career save, tying RHP Dick Hall (60 saves, 1961-1971) for eighth place on the Orioles all-time saves list…On 8/28, RF Dariel Alvarez made his Major League debut at Texas and batted .333/.400/.444 (3-for-9) with a walk and a double in the three-game series (8/28-30). All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles four-game sweep in Baltimore on 6/30-7/3/14 was their first four-game sweep over the Rangers at Oriole Park since 8/69/04…The Orioles swept a three-game set in Texas 7/19-21/13, their first three-game sweep in Texas since 7/21-23/97…CF Josh Hamilton slugged four home runs and a double on 5/8/12 in Baltimore, becoming the 16th player in MLB history to accomplish the feat…In a six-at-bat span on 5/7-8/12, Hamilton recorded five homers and a double, setting the mark for most total bases by an Orioles’ opponent…Hamilton’s six homers against the Orioles in 2012 tied INF Dean Palmer’s mark for most homers in a season against the O’s (1993)…The O’s homered five times against Texas in Game 1 of a doubleheader on 5/10/12, including three back-to-back home runs by LF Ryan Flaherty, SS J.J. Hardy, and RF Nick Markakis to open the game…It was the first time in AL history a team hit three straight homers to start a game…The Orioles beat the Rangers in the first ever one-game Wild Card playoff game in Arlington in 2012 by a score of 5-1…On 7/8-11/10, Baltimore recorded their first four-game sweep in Texas since 6/17-20/76…3B Josh Bell slugged his first and second Major League home runs off LHP Cliff Lee on 8/21/10, becoming the fourth Oriole rookie to have multiple homers in the game in which he hit his first career home run…LHP Erik Bedard tied an O’s franchise record with 15 strikeouts in a complete-game shutout in Texas on 7/7/07…Texas beat the O’s, 30-3, on 8/22/07, becoming the first team since the Chicago Colts (6/29/1897) to score 30 runs in a game…Baltimore scored a then-club record 10 runs in the first inning in the 15-6 win over Texas on 5/23/99…1B Rafael Palmeiro recorded the first multi-Eutaw St. home run game on 4/11/97 against the Rangers…The O’s allowed a club-record 16 runs in the eighth inning on 4/19/96 in the Rangers’ 26-7 win in Texas… On 8/6/86, the Orioles and Rangers set an AL record with three grand slams (BAL - Dwyer and Sheets; TEX - Harrah) in a 13-11 Texas victory…SS Cal Ripken, Jr. became the second Oriole to hit for the cycle when he did it against the Rangers on 5/6/84 (also, Brooks Robinson 7/15/60 vs. CWS). FRANCHISE NOTE: Played in Washington D.C. from 1961-1971...Moved to Texas in 1972.

RECORDS & HISTORY

Best Season Series Record:.........................................................10-1 (1997) Worst Season Series Record:......................................................3-10 (1996) Most Runs, Game (BAL):................................................... 16 (May 16, 1999) Most Runs, Game (TEX):................................................30 (August 22, 2007) Longest Winning Streak:.............................10 (July 29, 1983-July 24, 1984) Longest Losing Streak:....................................8 (May 28, 2001-July 5, 2002)

OPPONENTS

Year Home Road 1989 5 - 1 4 - 2 1990 4 - 2 4 - 2 1991 5 - 1 4 - 2 1992 2 - 4 5 - 1 1993 2 - 4 2 - 4 1994 1 - 2 2 - 1 1995 2 - 1 2 - 0 1996 2 - 5 1 - 5 1997 5 - 0 5 - 1 1998 3 - 3 3 - 2 1999 3 - 3 3 - 3 2000 5 - 1 1 - 5 2001 2 - 3 0 - 4 2002 1 - 2 2 - 4 2003 5 - 1 2 - 1 2004 4 - 0 1 - 2

MINOR LEAGUES

2015 RESULTS Rangers won series, 6-1 Date At W/L Score 6/29 BAL L 1 - 8 6/30 BAL L 6 - 8 7/01 BAL W 4 - 2 7/02 BAL L 0 - 2 8/28 TEX L 1 - 4 8/29 TEX L 3 - 4 8/30 TEX L 0 - 6

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1000 Ballpark Way • Arlington, TX 76011 • (817) 273-5222 • www.texasrangers.com Rangers Ballpark (1994) • Seating Capacity: 48,114 • Dimensions (L-R): 332-400-325 • Manager: Jeff Banister Executive Vice President, Communications: John Blake • Senior Director, Media Relations: Rich Rice Director of Travel: Josh Shelton

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ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS

401 E. Jefferson St. • Phoenix, AZ 85004 • (602) 462-6500 • www.dbacks.com Chase Field (1998) • Seating Capacity: 48,519 • Dimensions (L-R): 330-407-335 • Manager: Chip Hale Senior Vice President, Communications: Josh Rawitch • Senior Director, Player & Media Relations: Casey Wilcox Senior Director, Team Travel: Roger Riley

MANAGER & COACHES

2013 RESULTS Diamondbacks won series, 3-0 Date At W/L Score 8/12 ARI L 6 - 7 8/13 ARI L 3 - 4 (11) 8/14 ARI L 4 - 5 (14)

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(eastern times) Date At Time 9/23 BAL 7:05 9/24 BAL 7:05 9/25 BAL 1:35

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: Never 4 game: Never BAL sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

at ARI Never Never

RECORD BY DECADE Year 2000s 2010s Total

(most recent) Home Road 1 - 5 2 - 4 0 - 0 0 - 3 1 - 5 2 - 7

Total 3 - 9 0 - 3 3 - 12

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ARI sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/15-17/2007 4 game: Never ARI sweep, at ARI 3 game: 8/12-14/2013 4 game: Never

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 1-5; ROAD: 2-7; TOTAL: 3-12) Year Home Road 2002 0 - 0 1 - 2 2004 1 - 2 0 - 0 2007 0 - 3 1 - 2 2013 0 - 0 0 - 3

Total 1 - 2 1 - 2 1 - 5 0 - 3

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Best Season Series Record: ............................................. 1-2 (2004 & 2002) Worst Season Series Record: .......................................................0-3 (2013) Most Runs, Game (BAL):...................................................... 8 (June 9, 2004) Most Runs, Game (ARI):..........................8 (three times, last: June 24, 2007) Longest Winning Streak:.........................1 (three times, last: June 22, 2007)

Longest Losing Streak:...........................................5 (June 23, 2007-current) Current Streak: ......................................................................................Lost 5 Largest Crowd (OPACY): ........................................... 28,927 (June 8, 2004) Largest Crowd (Chase Field):.................................... 40,992 (June 18, 2002)

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2013 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles dropped the season series, 3-0, losing all three games in the season series to the Diamondbacks for the first time in club history… The Orioles allowed the game-tying or winning run in the ninth inning in all three games of the series, and were swept in walk-off fashion, including two extra-inning games…On 8/12, the teams traded lone runs in the top and bottom of the eighth and ninth innings to tie and un-tie the game, including LF Adam Eaton’s walk-off home run off RHP Darren O’Day…On 8/13, Arizona scored twice in the seventh inning before 1B Paul Goldschmidt tied the game with a homer in the ninth inning, and then won it with a walk-off home run in the 11th inning…The longest game in series history (4:26) took place on 8/14, as the D’backs won on 1B Aaron Hill’s single in the 14th inning…1B Chris Davis batted .308/.357/.769 with two home runs in the series…2B Brian Roberts batted .538/.571/.615, going 7-for-15. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles have lost all four season series to Arizona, going 1-2 in 2002 and 2004, 1-5 in 2007, and 0-3 in 2013…LHP Casey Fossum (6.0 IP), RHP Mike Koplove (2.0 IP), and RHP Jose Valverde (1.0 IP) combined to throw the only shutout in series history on 6/10/04…RHP Curt Schilling (10 K) and LHP Randy Johnson (11 K) recorded back-to-back double-digit strikeout games, 6/19-20/02…3B Melvin Mora scored four runs in the O’s 8-2 win on 6/9/04… On 6/18/02, the D’backs won the first head-to-head match-up between the franchises, 6-3…Arizona’s LHP Brian Anderson earned the win and Orioles RHP Jason Johnson took the loss.

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(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 7/27-29/2015 4 game: Never BAL sweep, at ATL 3 game: 6/11-13/1999 4 game: Never

RECORD BY DECADE Year 1990s 2000s 2010s Total

(most recent) Home Road Total 1 - 2 6 - 0 7 - 2 3 - 6 3 - 9 6 - 15 3 - 0 3 - 3 3 - 3 7 - 8 12 - 12 19 - 20

ATL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 7/13-15/2000 4 game: Never ATL sweep, at ATL 3 game: 6/24-26/2005 4 game: Never

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 7-8; ROAD: 12-12; TOTAL: 19-20)

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Best Season Series Record: .................................. 3-0 (2015, 1999, & 1997) Worst Season Series Record: .......................................... 0-3 (2005 & 2000) Most Runs, Game (BAL):.................................................. 22 (June 13, 1999) Most Runs, Game (ATL):........................... 10 (three times, last: July 2, 2006) Longest Winning Streak:........................................5 (June 16, 2012-current)

OPPONENTS

Total 3 - 0 1 - 2 3 - 0 0 - 3 1 - 2 1 - 2 1 - 2 0 - 3 1 - 2 2 - 1 1 - 2 2 - 1 3 - 0

Longest Losing Streak:............................... 6 (June 26, 2004-June 30, 2006) Current Streak: ..................................................................................... Won 5 Largest Crowd (OPACY): ........................................... 49,013 (July 15, 2000) Largest Crowd (Municipal Stadium):........................... 29,120 (May 2, 1971) Largest Crowd (Turner Field):.....................................50,069 (July 14, 2001)

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles swept the Braves (3-0) in the season series for the third time in club history (also, 1999 and 1997)…The Orioles outscored the Braves, 11-4, including eight extra-base hits (three doubles and five home runs) in the three-game series…Orioles pitchers posted a combined 1.24 ERA (4 ER/29.0 IP) against Atlanta, while striking out 14 Braves batters in the series…On 7/27 at Oriole Park, RHP Kevin Gausman posted 7.2 scoreless innings of work on a season-high 107 pitches…C Matt Wieters slugged his fourth career walk-off home run in the 11th inning for the 2-1 Orioles victory…RF Chris Davis posted his 10th career multi-home run game and his third of the season on 7/28 against Atlanta, going 2-for-2 with two home runs, two runs scored, and a season-high five RBI… His five RBI also matched his career-high for the sixth time…On 7/29, RHP Chris Tillman and LHP Zach Britton combined to shutout the Braves, 2-0…The Orioles notched their first sweep of the Braves since 6/11-13/99 (at Atlanta) and first three-game sweep against the Braves at Oriole Park. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The O’s have won three of the last four season series vs. ATL, after dropping each of the previous six (2000-06)…RHP Jason Hammel tossed a complete-game, one-hit shutout on 6/16/12, allowing one single in the seventh inning to RF Jason Heyward…RHP Jair Jurrjens fired a complete-game, one-hit shutout (1 BB, 8 K) on 7/1/11 against the Orioles…RF Nick Markakis registered a career-high five hits in the O’s 5-4 win in the series finale on 7/3/11…On 7/3/11 LHP Zach Britton went 2-for-3 with his first career home run…It was the first homer by an Oriole pitcher since RHP Kris Benson, 6/17/06 vs. NYM…Baltimore’s series win in 2009 at Oriole Park was their first ever series win at home over Atlanta and their first series win overall against the Braves since 1999…Braves OF Andruw Jones homered in each game of a three-game Atlanta sweep at Turner Field in 2005…The Orioles scored a then-club record 22 runs on 6/13/99 at Turner Field…3B Cal Ripken, Jr. set club records with six hits and five runs as he went 6-for-6 with two home runs, a double, and three singles…The Orioles swept Atlanta 6/13-15/97 at Turner Field in the first ever Interleague series for each team.

MINOR LEAGUES

Year Home Road 1997 0 - 0 3 - 0 1998 1 - 2 0 - 0 1999 0 - 0 3 - 0 2000 0 - 3 0 - 0 2001 0 - 0 1 - 2 2003 0 - 0 1 - 2 2004 1 - 2 0 - 0 2005 0 - 0 0 - 3 2006 0 - 0 1 - 2 2009 2 - 1 0 - 0 2011 0 - 0 1 - 2 2012 0 - 0 2 - 1 2015 3 - 0 0 - 0

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2015 RESULTS Orioles won series, 3-0 Date At W/L Score 7/27 BAL W 2 - 1 (11) 7/28 BAL W 7 - 3 7/29 BAL W 2 - 0

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755 Hank Aaron Dr. • Atlanta, GA 30315 • (404) 522-7630 • www.braves.com Turner Field (1997) • Seating Capacity: 49,393 • Dimensions (L-R): 335-400-330 • Manager: Fredi Gonzalez Director of Media Relations: Brad Hainje • Media Relations Manager: Adrienne Midgley Traveling Secretary: Chris Van Zant

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NL CENTRAL

1060 W. Addison • Chicago, IL 60613 • (773) 404-2800 • www.cubs.com Wrigley Field (1914) • Seating Capacity: 41,072 • Dimensions (L-R): 355-400-353 • Manager: Joe Maddon Director, Media Relations: Peter Chase • Assistant Director, Media Relations: Jason Carr Traveling Secretary: Vijay Tekchandani

MANAGER & COACHES

2014 RESULTS Cubs won series, 3-0 Date At W/L Score 8/22 CHC L 1 - 4 8/23 CHC L 2 - 7 8/24 CHC L 1 - 2

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(eastern times) Date At Time N/A

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: Never 4 game: Never BAL sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

at CHC Never Never

RECORD BY DECADE Year 2000s 2010s Total

(most recent) Home Road Total 1 - 2 2 - 1 3 - 3 0 - 0 0 - 3 0 - 3 1 - 2 2 - 4 3 - 6

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CHC sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/15-17/2007 4 game: Never CHC sweep, at CHC 3 game: 8/22-24/2014 4 game: Never

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 1-2; ROAD: 2-4; TOTAL: 3-6) Year Home Road 2003 1 - 2 0 - 0 2008 0 - 0 2 - 1 2014 0 - 0 0 - 3

Total 1 - 2 2 - 1 0 - 3

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

RECORDS & HISTORY

2014 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles dropped the season series, 3-0, losing all three games to Chicago-NL for the first time in series history…The Cubs swept the O’s at Wrigley Field for the first time in series history, scoring a total of four runs in the three games…INF Steve Pearce collected one hit in each game, including a double and a home run…On 8/23, RHP Bud Norris collected his first hit of the 2014 season.

Best Season Series Record: ..........................................................2-1 (2008) Worst Season Series Record: .......................................................0-3 (2014) Most Runs, Game (BAL):.................................................. 11 (June 26, 2008) Most Runs, Game (CHC):......................7 (three times, last: August 23, 2014) Longest Winning Streak:............................ 2 (June 12, 2003-June 24, 2008)

Longest Losing Streak:....................................... 3 (August 22, 2014-current) Current Streak: ......................................................................................Lost 3 Largest Crowd (OPACY): .......................................... 32,484 (June 10, 2003) Largest Crowd (Wrigley Field):................................. 41,670 (June 26, 2008)

ORIOLE PARK

All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: Chicago secured the first series sweep in head-to-head history in 2014, taking all three games from the O’s at Wrigley…Baltimore scored a head-to-head series record 11 runs on 6/26/08 to win the series…DH Aubrey Huff went 4-for-5 with a season-high three doubles, three runs scored, and two RBI in the series finale (6/26/08)…On 6/10/03, the Cubs shut out the O’s, 4-0, in the first ever regular season game between the clubs...LHP Shawn Estes (7.0 IP) earned the win…RHP Rick Helling (W, 5.0 IP, 4 H, 2 K) and RHP Travis Driskill (SV, 4.0 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 3 K) combined for Baltimore’s first ever win over the Cubs on 6/12/03.

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(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 9/2-4/2014 4 game: Never BAL sweep, at CIN 3 game: Never 4 game: Never CIN sweep, 3 game: 4 game: CIN sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

RECORD BY DECADE Year 2000s 2010s Total

(most recent) Home Road Total 0 - 0 1 - 2 1 - 2 5 - 1 0 - 0 5 - 1 5 - 1 1 - 2 6 - 3

at BAL Never Never at CIN Never Never

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 5-1; ROAD: 1-2; TOTAL: 6-3) Total 1 - 2 2 - 1 3 - 0

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Longest Losing Streak:................................................. 2 (June 11-12, 2005)) Current Streak: ..................................................................................... Won 4 Largest Crowd (OPACY): ......................................... 45,382 (June 24, 2011) Largest Crowd (Great American Ballpark):.............. 32,834 (June 11, 2005)

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2014 HIGHLIGHTS: Baltimore won the season series against Cincinnati, 3-0…The Orioles recorded the first series sweep in head-to-head history in 2014, winning all three games at OPACY…On 9/2, Baltimore scored five runs in the first and second innings against RHP Mat Latos…RHP Darren O’Day allowed a grand slam in the eighth inning to RF Jay Bruce, but the O’s held on to win 5-4 in the series opener…On 9/3, RHP Miguel Gonzalez turned in his first career complete-game shutout (4 H, 1 BB, 8 K) to defeat the Reds, 6-0…The Orioles put up a six-run first inning against RHP Mike Leake in the series finale and held on for a 9-7 win to complete the sweep on 9/4…The Orioles batted a combined .305/.359/.568 in the three-game set…INF Jonathan Schoop homered in each game of the series and led the O’s with five RBI…LHP Zach Britton recorded two saves in the series, tossing a total of 2.0 scoreless innings. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The O’s recorded the first series sweep in head-to-head history in 2014, winning all three games at OPACY…On 6/24/11, 1B Derrek Lee slugged a walk-off home run off RHP Jose Arredondo in the 12th inning to give the O’s a 5-4 win in the series opener…The teams met in the 1970 World Series, which the Orioles won, 4-1…The O’s won Game 1 of the World Series, 4-3, after 3B Brooks Robinson, 1B Boog Powell, and C Elrod Hendricks each hit a home run and RHP Jim Palmer posted 8.2 innings of work…Powell walked twice and had two hits, including his second home run of the series as the Birds won 6-5 in Game 2…Orioles LHP Dave McNally tossed a complete game and also hit a grand slam to pace the Orioles to a 9-3 win in Game 3…The Birds lost Game 4 of the World Series, 6-5, despite four hits from Brooks Robinson, including his second home run of the series…In Game 5, LHP Mike Cuellar tossed a complete game, RF Frank Robinson and LF Merv Rettemund homered, and the Birds won, 9-3, to clinch their second World Championship…Brooks Robinson was named the Series MVP, after hitting .429 with two doubles, two home runs, and making several defensive plays at third base…CF Paul Blair hit .474 with five runs scored in the World Series and Boog Powell and Frank Robinson each homered twice…Orioles pitchers held down Reds stars C Johnny Bench (4-for-19), INF/OF Pete Rose (5-for-20), and INF Tony Perez (1-for-18) to bat a combined .175 (10-for-57).

RECORDS & HISTORY

Best Season Series Record: ......................................................... 3-0 (2014) Worst Season Series Record:........................................................1-2 (2005) Most Runs, Game (BAL):............................................ 9 (September 4, 2014) Most Runs, Game (CIN):........................ 10 (three times, last: June 25, 2011) Longest Winning Streak:........................................ 4 (June 26, 2011-current)

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OPPONENTS

Year Home Road 2005 0 - 0 1 - 2 2011 2 - 1 0 - 0 2014 3 - 0 0 - 0

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2014 RESULTS Orioles won series, 3-0 Date At W/L Score 9/02 BAL W 5 - 4 9/03 BAL W 6 - 0 9/04 BAL W 9 - 7

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100 Joe Nuxhall Way • Cincinnati, OH 45202 • (513) 765-7000 • www.reds.com Great American Ball Park (2003) • Seating Capacity: 42,271 • Dimensions (L-R): 328-404-325 • Manager: Bryan Price Director of Media Relations: Rob Butcher • Assistant Director of Media Relations: Larry Herms & Jamie Ramsey Traveling Secretary: Gary Wahoff

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NL WEST

2001 Blake St. • Denver, CO 80205 • (303) 292-0200 • www.rockies.com Coors Field (1995) • Seating Capacity: 50,398 • Dimensions (L-R): 347-415-350 • Manager: Walt Weiss Director, Communications: Warren Miller • Coordinator, Communications: Cory Little & Nick Parson Director, Major League Operations: Paul Egins

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2013 RESULTS Orioles won series, 2-1 Date At W/L Score 8/16 BAL L 3 - 6 8/17 BAL W 8 - 4 8/18 BAL W 7 - 2

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(eastern times) Date At Time 7/25 BAL 7:05 7/26 BAL 7:05 7/27 BAL 7:05

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: Never 4 game: Never BAL sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

at COL Never Never

RECORD BY DECADE Year 2000s 2010s Total

(most recent) Home Road 3 - 3 1 - 2 2 - 1 0 - 0 5 - 4 1 - 2

Total 4 - 5 2 - 1 6 - 6

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COL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/15-17/2007 4 game: Never COL sweep, at COL 3 game: 8/12-14/2013 4 game: Never

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 5-4; ROAD: 1-2; TOTAL: 6-6) Year Home Road 2004 0 - 0 1 - 2 2005 2 - 1 0 - 0 2007 1 - 2 0 - 0 2013 2 - 1 0 - 0

Total 1 - 2 2 - 1 1 - 2 2 - 1

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Best Season Series Record: ..........................................................2-1 (2013) Worst Season Series Record: .......................................... 1-2 (2007 & 2004) Most Runs, Game (BAL):.................................................8 (August 17, 2013) Most Runs, Game (COL):.................................................. 11 (June 19, 2004) Longest Winning Streak:.............................. 3 (June 18, 2005-June 8, 2007)

Longest Losing Streak:..............................3 (June 9, 2007-August 16. 2013) Current Streak: ..................................................................................... Won 2 Largest Crowd (OPACY): .......................................... 49,004 (June 17, 2005) Largest Crowd (Coors Field):.................................... 40,532 (June 20, 2004)

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2013 HIGHLIGHTS: The O’s won the series, 2-1, outscoring the Rockies, 18-12…Colorado slugged four home runs in the series opener to secure a 6-3 victory over the Orioles…It stretched their win streak to three games against Baltimore, the longest in series history…On 8/17, the Birds evened the series, 8-4, after scoring seven runs in the third inning…Baltimore won the rubber game, 7-2, with a home run from 1B Chris Davis (45) and CF Adam Jones (25)…In three games against the Rockies, Jones batted .500/.500/.786 (7-for-14) with a double, a home run, three runs scored, and four RBI. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The home team has won three of the four season series, 2-1 (COL in 2004, BAL in 2005 and 2013), with the Rockies also taking two of three at OPACY in 2007…On 6/20/04, 2B Brian Roberts’ two-out grand slam off RHP Shawn Chacon in the ninth inning erased a 2-0 deficit and earned the O’s their first ever win over Colorado…The Rockies won the first two games of the inaugural season series against the Orioles, but the O’s went 4-1 from 6/20/04-6/8/07.

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(eastern times) Date At Time 7/04 LAD 9:10 7/05 LAD 10:10 7/06 LAD 3:10

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: Never 4 game: Never BAL sweep, at LAD 3 game: Never 4 game: Never

RECORD BY DECADE Year 2000s 2010s Total

(most recent) Home Road 1 - 2 0 - 3 2 - 1 0 - 0 3 - 3 0 - 3

Total 1 - 5 2 - 1 3 - 6

LAD sweep, at BAL 3 game: Never 4 game: Never LAD sweep, at LAD 3 game: 6/15-17/2004 4 game: Never

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 3-3; ROAD: 0-3; TOTAL: 3-6) Total 1 - 2 0 - 3 2 - 1

Longest Losing Streak:................................. 5 (June 8, 2002-June 17, 2004) Current Streak: ......................................................................................Lost 1 Largest Crowd (OPACY):................................... 45,248 (April 20, 2013 (G2)) Largest Crowd (Dodger Stadium):............................ 35,070 (June 16, 2004)

2013 HIGHLIGHTS: Baltimore won the season series against Los Angeles-NL, 2-1…The O’s swept the Dodgers in a twin bill on 4/20 to win their first season series in history between the two clubs…The Birds won the opener of the doubleheader, 7-5…LF Nolan Reimold batted in the winning runs in the eighth inning on a two-RBI double…The O’s scored six runs in Game 2 of the doubleheader with 3B Manny Machado going 3-for-4 with a double, home run, two runs scored, and four RBI…On 4/21, the Orioles dropped the season finale, 7-4…OF Matt Kemp went 6-for-13 in the series…INF Chris Davis batted .636/.667/1.182 (7-for-11) with four extra-base hits and four runs scored in the three games against the Dodgers. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The O’s swept the first doubleheader in series history on 4/20/13…The Dodgers won five consecutive games on 6/8/02-6/17/04…The O’s won the inaugural Interleague game between the teams, 4-2, on 6/7/02…RHP Rodrigo Lopez finished one out shy of a complete game, and LF Melvin Mora hit two homers in the O’s opening win on 6/7/02…LAD won the rubber game of the 2002 series, 2-1, after LHP Odalis Perez recorded 10 strikeouts in 8.0 innings of work (1 ER)…O’s RHP Sidney Ponson suffered the loss after tossing a complete game (4 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 3 K).

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FRANCHISE NOTE: Played in Brooklyn from 1884-1957...Moved to Los Angeles in 1958.

RECORDS & HISTORY

Best Season Series Record: ..........................................................2-1 (2013) Worst Season Series Record:........................................................0-3 (2004) Most Runs, Game (BAL):.............................................7 (April 20, 2013 (G1)) Most Runs, Game (LAD):...................................................... 8 (June 8, 2002) Longest Winning Streak:.................................2 (April 20, 2013 (DH sweep))

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MINOR LEAGUES

OPPONENTS

Year Home Road 2002 1 - 2 0 - 0 2004 0 - 0 0 - 3 2013 2 - 1 0 - 0

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2013 RESULTS Orioles won series, 2-1 Date At W/L Score 4/20 BAL W 7 - 5 4/20 BAL W 6 - 1 4/21 BAL L 4 - 7

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1000 Elysian Park Ave • Los Angeles, CA 90012 • (323) 224-1301 • www.dodgers.com Dodger Stadium (1962) • Seating Capacity: 56,000 • Dimensions (L-R): 330-395-330 • Manager: Dave Roberts Senior Director, Public Relations: Joe Jareck • Assistant Director, Public Relations: Yvonne Carrasco Director, Team Travel: Scott Akasaki

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MIAMI MARLINS

501 Marlins Way • Miami, FL 33125 • (305) 480-1300 • www.marlins.com Marlins Park (2012) • Seating Capacity: 37,442 • Dimensions (L-R): 345-407-335 • Manager: Don Mattingly Senior Director, Communications: Matt Roebuck • Director, Publications & Baseball Information: Marty Sewell Director, Team Travel: Manny Colon

MANAGER & COACHES

2015 RESULTS Marlins won series, 2-1 Date At W/L Score 5/22 MIA W 8 - 5 5/23 MIA L 0 - 1 (13) 5/24 MIA L 2 - 5

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(eastern times) Date At Time N/A

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: Never 4 game: Never BAL sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

at MIA Never Never

RECORD BY DECADE Year 1990s 2000s 2010s Total

(most recent) Home Road 1 - 2 1 - 5 3 - 3 0 - 6 1 - 2 1 - 2 5 - 7 2 - 13

Total 2 - 7 3 - 9 1 - 2 7 - 20

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MIA sweep, at BAL 3 game: Never 4 game: Never MIA sweep, at MIA 3 game: 6/23-25/2009 4 game: Never

2015 IN REVIEW

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 5-7; ROAD: 2-13; TOTAL: 7-20)

OPPONENTS

Year Home Road 1997 0 - 0 0 - 3 1998 1 - 2 0 - 0 1999 0 - 0 1 - 2 2000 2 - 1 0 - 0 2001 0 - 0 0 - 3 2006 1 - 2 0 - 0 2009 0 - 0 0 - 3 2010 1 - 2 0 - 0 2015 0 - 0 1 - 2

Total 0 - 3 1 - 2 1 - 2 2 - 1 0 - 3 1 - 2 0 - 3 1 - 2 1 - 2

MINOR LEAGUES

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Best Season Series Record: ..........................................................2-1 (2000) Worst Season Series Record: ...................................0-3 (2009, 2001, 1997) Most Runs, Game (BAL):.................................................. 11 (June 24, 2010) Most Runs, Game (MIA):................................................... 11 (June 25, 2009) Longest Winning Streak:................................3 (June 9, 1999-July 17, 2000)

Longest Losing Streak:............................... 6 (June 22, 2006-June 23, 2010) Current Streak: ......................................................................................Lost 2 Largest Crowd (OPACY):........................................... 46,006 (June 28, 2003) Largest Crowd (Land Shark Stadium):............. 42,446 (September 1, 1997)

RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles dropped the season series to the Marlins, 2-1…The Orioles opened the season series with an 8-5 win over the Marlins on 5/22…INF Jimmy Paredes went 3-for-5 with a RBI, and C Caleb Joseph went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBI…On 5/23, RHP Mike Wright tossed 7.0 scoreless innings in his second Major League start and extended his scoreless streak to 14.1 innings to begin his career, becoming the first Oriole to toss at least 14.1 scoreless innings to start his Major League career since RHP Dave Ford in 1978…Wright also collected the first hit of the season for the Orioles pitchers…RHP Oliver Drake made his Major League debut against the Marlins on 5/23, tossing 3.0 scoreless innings in relief (2 H, 2 K). All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: In 2010, the Birds dropped the season series in Miami, 2-1, with each club collecting a combined 37 hits in the three-game set…OF Adam Jones batted .538/.538/1.077 (7-for-13) in the series against the Marlins…The Orioles lost 11-of-12 games at Sun Life Stadium, getting swept in each of their last two series there (2009 and 2001)…The clubs met for the first time in 1997, when the Marlins swept the O’s in Florida…The Orioles have won just one series (a three-game set at Oriole Park in 2000 where the O’s took two-of-three) against the Marlins in nine meetings.

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(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 9/21-23/1990 4 game: 8/2-5/1993 BAL sweep, at MIL 3 game: 8/6-8/1996 4 game: 4/20-22/1979

RECORD BY DECADE Year 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s Total

(most recent) Home Road Total 50 - 26 50 - 28 100 - 54 37 - 24 27 - 35 64 - 59 22 - 24 30 - 21 52 - 45 2 - 1 1 - 2 3 - 3 0 - 0 1 - 2 1 - 2 111 - 75 109 - 88 220 - 163

MIL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 7/11-13/1997 4 game: 7/23-25-1976 MIL sweep, at MIL 3 game: 8/6-8/1991 4 game: Never

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 111-75; ROAD: 109-88; TOTAL: 220-163) Year Home Road 1985 6 - 1 3 - 3 1986 4 - 2 2 - 5 1987 2 - 5 0 - 6 1988 2 - 4 2 - 5 1989 4 - 3 3 - 3 1990 4 - 2 3 - 4 1991 2 - 5 1 - 5 1992 3 - 3 3 - 4 1993 5 - 2 3 - 3 1994 1 - 2 6 - 1 1995 2 - 4 5 - 1 1996 4 - 2 5 - 1 1997 1 - 4 4 - 2 2003 2 - 1 0 - 0 2008 0 - 0 1 - 2 2014 0 - 0 1 - 2

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Total 9 - 4 6 - 7 2 - 11 4 - 9 7 - 6 7 - 6 3 - 10 6 - 7 8 - 5 7 - 3 7 - 5 9 - 3 5 - 6 2 - 1 1 - 2 1- 2

Best Season Series Record: ........................................................15-3 (1973) Worst Season Series Record:...................................................... 2-11 (1987) Most Runs, Game (BAL):........................13 (four times, last: August 6, 1969) Most Runs, Game (MIL):......................................................16 (April 8, 1978) Longest Winning Streak:.............................. 10 (July 3, 1973-April 12, 1974) Longest Losing Streak:................10 (September 20, 1986-August 13, 1987)

OPPONENTS

Total 7 - 5 9 - 3 10 - 5 15 - 3 8 - 10 14 - 4 11 - 7 11 - 4 7 - 8 8 - 5 7 - 6 2 - 4 9 - 4 11 - 2 7 - 6

Current Streak:.......................................................................................Lost 2 Largest Crowd (Memorial Stadium):............................53,395 (April 4, 1988) Largest Crowd (OPACY):.............................................47,919 (July 11, 1997) Largest Crowd (County Stadium):.............................55,120 (April 12, 1977) Largest Crowd (Miller Park):...................................... 43,517 (June 22, 2008)

2014 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles dropped the season series against the Brewers, 2-1…The teams exchanged 7-6 victories in the first two games of the series before Milwaukee won the rubber match, 8-3…2B Jonathan Schoop blasted two home runs in the series opener on 5/26, and SS J.J. Hardy (three hits) was singled in by C Nick Hundley in the 10th inning to give the O’s a 7-6 win…On 5/27, the Brewers won the second game of the series, 7-6, when pinch-hitter Yovani Gallardo doubled in 1B Mark Reynolds with two outs in the 10th inning…OF Nelson Cruz lead the O’s offense in the series, batting .500/.615/1.600 (5-for-10) with three walks, two doubles, three homers, four runs scored, and four RBI. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The O’s and Brewers competed as AL opponents from 1969-1997 and were AL East foes from 1972-1993…The Orioles won the first Interleague series between the teams in 2003…RF Jay Gibbons hit two homers and six RBI in the series opener on 6/13…LHP Juan Nieves pitched the first no-hitter in Brewers history on 4/15/87 at Memorial Stadium…CF Robin Yount’s ninth inning diving catch saved the feat…In an all-time classic series, the O’s moved into a first place tie in the East by winning the first three of a four game series against the Brew Crew in the final series of 1982…On 10/3/82, RHP Don Sutton defeated RHP Jim Palmer and the Orioles, 10-2, on the last day of the season to give Milwaukee the division title…The loss marked the final game of Earl Weaver’s first stint as Baltimore’s manager.

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FRANCHISE NOTE: Played in Seattle in 1969...Moved to Milwaukee in 1970 and joined the National League in 1998.

MINOR LEAGUES

Year Home Road 1970 2 - 4 5 - 1 1971 3 - 3 6 - 0 1972 4 - 2 6 - 3 1973 8 - 1 7 - 2 1974 5 - 4 3 - 6 1975 7 - 2 7 - 2 1976 4 - 5 7 - 2 1977 7 - 1 4 - 3 1978 5 - 2 2 - 6 1979 5 - 2 3 - 3 1980 3 - 3 4 - 3 1981 1 - 2 1 - 2 1982 4 - 2 5 - 2 1983 7 - 0 4 - 2 1984 4 - 2 3 - 4

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2014 RESULTS Brewers won series, 2-1 Date At W/L Score 5/26 MIL W 7 - 6 (10) 5/27 MIL L 6 - 7 (10) 5/28 MIL L 3 - 8

MANAGER & COACHES

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MILWAUKEE BREWERS

One Brewers Way • Milwaukee, WI 53214 • (414) 902-4400 • www.brewers.com Miller Park (2001) • Seating Capacity: 41,900 • Dimensions (L-R): 344-400-345 • Manager: Craig Counsell Senior Director, Media Relations: Mike Vassallo • Senior Manager, Media Relations: Ken Spindler Senior Director, Team Travel & Clubhouse Operations: Dan Larrea

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NEW YORK METS

NL EAST

123-01 Roosevelt Ave. • Flushing, NY 11368 • (718) 507-METS • www.mets.com Citi Field (2009) • Seating Capacity: 41,922 • Dimensions (L-R): 335-408-330 • Manager: Terry Collins Vice President, Media Relations: Jay Horwitz • Senior Director, Media Relations: Shannon Forde Director, Media Relations: Ethan Wilson • Director of Team Travel: Brian Small

MANAGER & COACHES

2015 RESULTS Mets won series, 3-1 Date At W/L Score 5/05 NYM L 2 - 3 5/06 NYM L 1 - 5 8/18 BAL L 3 - 5 8/19 BAL W 5 - 4

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SWEEPS

(eastern times) Date At Time N/A

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: Never 4 game: Never BAL sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

at NYM Never Never

RECORD BY DECADE Year 1990s 2000s 2010s Total

(most recent) Home Road 3 - 5 0 - 2 3 - 3 3 - 3 1 - 4 0 - 5 7 - 12 3 - 10

Total 3 - 7 6 - 6 1 - 9 10 - 22

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NYM sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/11-13/2010 4 game: Never NYM sweep, at NYM 2 game: 5/5-6/2015 3 game: 6/18-20/2012 4 game: Never

2015 IN REVIEW

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 7-12; ROAD: 3-10; TOTAL: 10-22)

OPPONENTS

Year Home Road 1997 1 - 2 0 - 0 1998 1 - 1 0 - 2 1999 1 - 2 0 - 0 2000 0 - 0 1 - 2 2001 1 - 2 0 - 0 2006 0 - 0 2 - 1 2009 2 - 1 0 - 0 2010 0 - 3 0 - 0 2012 0 - 0 0 - 3 2015 1 - 1 0 - 2

Total 1 - 2 1 - 3 1 - 2 1 - 2 1 - 2 2 - 1 2 - 1 0 - 3 0 - 3 1 - 3

MINOR LEAGUES

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Best Season Series Record: ............................................. 2-1 (2009 & 2006) Worst Season Series Record: .......................................... 0-3 (2010 & 2012) Most Runs, Game (BAL):...........................7 (June 8, 2000 & June 22, 1998) Most Runs, Game (NYM):...............................................13 (August 30, 1997) Longest Winning Streak:............................ 3 (June 14, 2001-June 17, 2006)

Longest Losing Streak:............................ 9 (June 11, 2010-August 19, 2015) Current Streak:...................................................................................... Won 1 Largest Crowd (OPACY):........................................48,075 (August 31, 1997) Largest Crowd (Shea Stadium):................................ 35,156 (June 25, 1998) Largest Crowd (Citi Field):........................................ 32,587 (June 19, 2012)

RECORDS & HISTORY ORIOLE PARK

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles dropped the season series against the Mets, 3-1…On 5/5, the Orioles lost to the Mets, 3-2, at Citi Field despite a late inning rally by 1B Chris Davis and 3B Manny Machado who slugged solo home runs in the eighth and ninth innings…On 8/19, the Orioles snapped their club-record ninegame losing streak against the Mets with a 5-4 victory over New York-NL at Oriole Park…It was their first win against the Mets since 6/18/09…LF Henry Urrutia hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning, his first Major League home run, to win it for the O’s on 8/19…According to STATS, LLC., Urrutia became the fifth Oriole (since 1954) to hit a walk-off homer as his first Major League home run. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: New York-NL has swept Baltimore in three of the last four series (three games at BAL in 2010, three games at NYM in 2012, and two games at NYM in 2015)…Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey threw a complete-game, one-hit shutout on 6/18/12 for a 5-0 Mets win…The Orioles won their first season series against the Mets in 2006, taking two of three at Shea Stadium…On 6/13/01 at Oriole Park, SS Mike Bordick suffered a separated shoulder and missed the remainder of the season…On 6/14/01, SS Brian Roberts replaced Bordick on the roster and made his Major League debut in the finale against the Mets, singling in his second at-bat…The O’s and Mets were rained out at Shea Stadium in June 2000, extending their series one more day…A lack of hotels in the New York area forced the Orioles to return to Baltimore and fly back to New York for the final game on 6/8, which the Mets won, 8-7, on SS Kurt Abbott’s walk-off home run in the 10th inning…RHP Mike Mussina pitched a complete-game, two-hitter against New York-NL on 6/22/98…The Mets defeated the Orioles in the 1969 World Series, 4-1.

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RECORD BY DECADE

(eastern times) Date At Time N/A

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 2 game: 6/15-16/2015 3 game: 6/30-7/2/1997 4 game: Never

(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1990s 4 - 2 4 - 2 8 - 4 2000s 7 - 11 9 - 6 16 - 17 2010s 4 - 1 1 - 1 5 - 2 Total 15 - 14 14 - 9 29 - 23

BAL sweep, at PHI 3 game: 6/19-21/2009 4 game: Never PHI sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/27-29/2003 4 game: Never

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 15-14; ROAD: 14-9; TOTAL: 29-23) Total 3 - 0 2 - 1 3 - 3 4 - 2 2 - 4 3 - 3 0 - 3 1 - 2 1 - 2 2 - 1 3 - 0 2 - 1 3 - 1

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Longest Losing Streak:....................................3 (July 3, 2004-May 20, 2005) Current Streak:.......................................................................................Lost 1 Largest Crowd (OPACY):........................................... 49,549 (June 28, 2003) Largest Crowd (Veterans Stadium):.......................... 41,079 (June 16, 2002) Largest Crowd (Citizens Bank Park):...........................44,390 (July 2, 2004)

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2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles won the season series, 3-1, and have gone 10-3 in the last four seasons against Philadelphia (2006-15)…Baltimore extended the club-record, five-game winning streak against the Phillies with three consecutive wins to begin the 2015 season series…On 6/16 at OPACY, the Orioles crushed a franchise-record eight home runs in their 19-3 win...3B Manny Machado began the game with a leadoff homer in the first inning and then homered again to begin the second inning for the Orioles...According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Machado is the third player in the last 50 years to lead off both the first and second innings of a game with a home run (also, Tigers OF Chad Curtis on 5/28/95 and Giants OF Stan Javier on 4/11/99)...1B Chris Davis hit his seventh career Eutaw Street home run, surpassing INF/OF Luke Scott (six) for the most such home runs in Oriole Park history…1B/RF Chris Parmelee made his Orioles debut on 6/16, collecting a career-high four hits (4-for-6) with two home runs, two RBI, and three runs scored...According to STATS, LLC., Parmelee became the second Oriole (since 1954) to hit two home runs in his Orioles debut (also, Sam Horn 4/9/90 at KC) and the third Oriole to record four hits in his debut with the Birds (also, Horn 4/9/90 and Ronny Paulino 4/7/12 vs. MIN)…Also on 6/16, RHP Chris Tillman earned his 50th career victory, tying RHP Tom Phoebus for 21st on the Orioles all-time wins list...In Philadelphia on 6/17, RHP Ubaldo Jimenez earned the win and registered his first RBI single since 7/19/11 as a member of the Colorado Rockies…On 6/18, the O’s snapped their five-game winning streak over Philadelphia with a 2-1 loss at Citizens Bank Park. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: Baltimore has won the last four season series against Philadelphia after going 0-4-1 in the previous five (2001-05)…The Birds are 14-9 overall in regular season play in Philadelphia, winning or tying six of the eight series…In 2012, the Orioles won the series against Philladelphia, 2-1, with each of the O’s wins in the final two games coming off walk-off home runs…Before the last two games of the 2012 series vs. PHI, the last time Baltimore had consecutive walk-off wins against the same team was 8/24-25/83 vs. TOR…In 2009, the O’s swept the defending World Series champs in a three-game series in Philadelphia…2B Brian Roberts’ two-out, two-run, ninth inning home run off RHP Ryan Madson gave the O’s a 6-5 comeback win on 6/20/09…LHP Erik Bedard tossed 7.0 scoreless innings to combine with the bullpen for a 7-0 shutout on 5/21/05 at Oriole Park…The 7-6, 16-inning win for the O’s on 7/2/04 lasted 6:15, the longest time of game in club history for the Birds…The teams also played a 17-inning game (5:41) on 6/17/03…RHP Mike Mussina won his 100th career game in the 1997 series opener against Philadelphia on 6/30 at OPACY…LHP Randy Myers recorded his 300th career save in the second game of the series on 7/1/97 and President Bill Clinton threw out the first pitch in the series finale…Baltimore defeated the Phillies, 4-1, to win the 1983 World Series.

RECORDS & HISTORY

Best Season Series Record: ............................................. 3-0 (2009 & 1997) Worst Season Series Record:........................................................0-3 (2003) Most Runs, Game (BAL):.................................................. 19 (June 16, 2015) Most Runs, Game (PHI):.................................................... 15 (June 15, 2001) Longest Winning Streak:.............................. 5 (June 9, 2012-June 16, 2015)

OPPONENTS

Year Home Road 1997 3 - 0 0 - 0 1998 0 - 0 2 - 1 1999 1 - 2 2 - 1 2000 2 - 1 2 - 1 2001 1 - 2 1 - 2 2002 1 - 2 2 - 1 2003 0 - 3 0 - 0 2004 0 - 0 1 - 2 2005 1 - 2 0 - 0 2006 2 - 1 0 - 0 2009 0 - 0 3 - 0 2012 2 - 1 0 - 0 2015 2 - 0 1 - 1

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PHI sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

MINOR LEAGUES

2015 RESULTS Orioles won series, 3-1 Date At W/L Score 6/15 BAL W 4 - 0 6/16 BAL W 19 - 3 6/17 PHI W 6 - 4 6/18 PHI L 1 - 2

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One Citizens Bank Way • Philadelphia, PA 19148 • (215) 463-6000 • www.phillies.com Citizens Bank Park (2004) • Seating Capacity: 43,651 • Dimensions (L-R): 329-401-330 • Manager: Pete MacKanin Director, Baseball Communications: Greg Casterioto • Coordinator, Baseball Communications: Craig Hughner Director, Team Travel & Clubhouse Services: Frank Coppenbarger

MANAGER & COACHES

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES

NL EAST

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PITTSBURGH PIRATES

NL CENTRAL

115 Federal Street • Pittsbrugh, PA 15212 • (412) 323-5000 • www.pirates.com PNC Park (2001) • Seating Capacity: 38,362 • Dimensions (L-R): 325-399-320 • Manager: Clint Hurdle Director, Baseball Communications: Jim Trdinich • Director, Media Relations: Dan Hart Traveling Secretary: Greg Johnson

MANAGER & COACHES

2014 RESULTS Orioles won series, 3-1 Date At W/L Score 5/01 BAL W 5 - 1 5/01 BAL W 6 - 5 (10) 5/20 PIT W 9 - 2 5/21 PIT L 8 - 9

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SWEEPS

(eastern times) Date At Time N/A

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/12-14/2012 4 game: Never

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BAL sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

at PIT Never Never

PIT sweep, 3 game: 4 game: PIT sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

at BAL Never Never

RECORD BY DECADE (most recent) Year Home Road Total 2000s 2 - 1 1 - 2 3 - 3 2010s 5 - 0 2 - 3 7 - 3 Total 7 - 1 3 - 5 10 - 6

at PIT Never Never

2015 IN REVIEW

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 7-1; ROAD: 3-5; TOTAL: 10-6) Year Home Road 2005 0 - 0 1 - 2 2008 2 - 1 0 - 0 2011 0 - 0 1 - 2 2012 3 - 0 0 - 0 2014 2 - 0 1 - 1

Total 1 - 2 2 - 1 1 - 2 3 - 0 3 - 1

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Best Season Series Record: ..........................................................3-1 (2014) Worst Season Series Record: ...........................................1-2 (2011 & 2005) Most Runs, Game (BAL):.................................................. 12 (June 14, 2012) Most Runs, Game (PIT):........................... 9 (May 21, 2014 & June 21, 2011) Longest Winning Streak:............................. 6 (June 12, 2012-May 20, 2014)

Longest Losing Streak:......................2 (June 21-22, 2011 & June 7-8, 2005) Current Streak:.......................................................................................Lost 1 Largest Crowd (OPACY):........................................48,075 (August 31, 1997) Largest Crowd (PNC Park):......................................... 37,438 (June 8, 2005)

2014 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles won the season series against the Pirates, 3-1, for the second consecutive season…The O’s took the first three games of the series from Pittsburgh, extending their winning streak to a series-record six games before losing on 5/21…After rainouts on 4/29 and 4/30 at Oriole Park, the O’s swept the Pirates in the first doubleheader ever played between the two teams on 5/1…The O’s erased a 1-0 deficit in the fifth inning and scored five unanswered runs in Game 1...1B Steve Pearce and 3B Ryan Flaherty each recorded two RBI, and RF Nick Markakis slugged his first home run of the season…In Game 2, the Birds scored four runs with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning and scored another run in the seventh to tie the game, 5-5, before C Matt Wieters hit his second career walk-off home run in the 10th to give the O’s the win…1B Chris Davis posted his first career three-home run game on 5/20 in Baltimore’s 9-2 win in Pittsburgh… It was the first three-home run game by an Oriole since Nick Markakis did so in 2006…The Pirates won the finale, 9-8, on 5/21 in a game that saw neither starting pitcher go two full innings (RHP Chris Tillman 1.0 IP, 8 ER and LHP Wandy Rodriguez 1.2 IP, 6 R, 1 ER). All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: 1B Chris Davis hit three home runs on 5/20/14, the first three-home run game by an Oriole since 2006 (OF Nick Markakis)…The Orioles swept the only doubleheader in series history on 5/1/14…In the second game of the series on 6/7/05, the Orioles hit four home runs, including two by C Sal Fasano…The Pirates defeated the Orioles in the World Series in 1971 and 1979, with both series going seven games…In 1971, the Orioles took the first two games at Memorial Stadium behind LHP Dave McNally and RHP Jim Palmer, winning 5-3 and 11-3, respectively, to take a 2-0 series lead…The Pirates then rallied to win all three games in Pittsburgh, as the Birds scored just four runs combined in the three games…The O’s won Game 6 in Baltimore when 3B Brooks Robinson’s sac fly plated RF Frank Robinson in the 10th inning for the 3-2 win…In Game 7, RHP Steve Blass outdueled LHP Mike Cuellar, 2-1, to give Pittsburgh the World Championship…In 1979, the Birds again took Game 1 at Memorial Stadium, as they got a two-run homer from 3B Doug DeCinces and plated five in the first inning to beat the Pirates, 5-4…The Pirates won Game 2 of the World Series, 3-2, despite three hits, including a double and a home run, from 1B Eddie Murray for the O’s…The Birds then slugged their way to a victory in Games 3 and 4 in Pittsburgh, winning 8-4 (GM 3) and 9-6 (GM 4)…The Birds dropped three straight in Games 5-7, scoring just two runs in the three games combined.

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(eastern times) Date At Time 6/21 BAL 7:05 6/22 BAL 7:05 6/28 SD 10:10 6/29 SD 3:40

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: Never 4 game: Never BAL sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

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at BAL Never Never

SD sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

at SD Never Never

Year 2000s 2010s Total

(most recent) Home Road 2 - 1 2 - 1 0 - 2 3 - 2 2 - 3 5 - 3

Total 4 - 2 3 - 4 7 - 6

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 2-3; ROAD: 5-3; TOTAL: 7-6) Total 2 - 1 2 - 1 1 - 2 2 - 2

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Longest Losing Streak:................................ 3 (June 20, 2010-May 15, 2013) Current Streak:...................................................................................... Won 2 Largest Crowd (OPACY):........................................... 32,829 (June 11, 2002) Largest Crowd (PETCO Park):................................... 40,680 (June 21, 2007)

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2013 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles and the Padres split the season series, 2-2, with each club winning the two-game series on the road…On 5/14, RHP Chris Tillman tossed 7.0 innings (1 ER), but the O’s lost, 3-2, after RHP Jim Johnson allowed two runs with two outs in the ninth inning…CF Adam Jones went 4-for-4 in his San Diego homecoming, propelling the Orioles to a 4-1 victory on 8/6...RHP Bud Norris (1 ER/6.0 IP) earned the win…Adam Jones’ three hits led the O’s 10-run, 13-hit barrage in the season series finale on 8/7. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles took two of three games in their first-ever series in San Diego in 2007…Dave Trembley took over for Sam Perlozzo as interim manager prior to the first game of that series on 6/19/07…The Orioles extended their losing streak to nine straight games with a 12-6 loss in the opener…SS Miguel Tejada was hit in the hand by a pitch in the eighth inning on 6/20/07 and suffered an injury that would ultimately end his consecutive games played streak at 1,152…The Orioles won two of three games against the Padres at Oriole Park in 2002…The Birds took the series opener on 6/10/02 as DH Melvin Mora recorded five RBI...He hit a double in the second inning with the bases loaded and slugged a go-ahead homer in the eighth inning for the O’s 8-6 win…On 6/11/02 the Orioles hit six doubles and won 6-5 on 3B Tony Batista’s 10th inning walk-off home run.

RECORDS & HISTORY

Best Season Series Record: ............................................. 2-1 (2007 & 2002) Worst Season Series Record:........................................................1-2 (2010) Most Runs, Game (BAL):.................................................10 (August 7, 2013) Most Runs, Game (SD):..................................................... 12 (June 19, 2007) Longest Winning Streak:........... 2 (three times, last: August 6, 2013-current)

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Year Home Road 2002 2 - 1 0 - 0 2007 0 - 0 2 - 1 2010 0 - 0 1 - 2 2013 0 - 2 2 - 0

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2013 RESULTS Clubs split the series, 2-2 Date At W/L Score 5/14 BAL L 2 - 3 5/15 BAL L 4 - 8 8/06 SD W 4 - 1 8/07 SD W 10 - 3

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100 Park Boulevard • San Diego, CA 92101 • (619) 795-5000 • www.padres.com Petco Park (2004) • Seating Capacity: 40,162 • Dimensions (L-R): 336-396-322 • Manager: Andy Green Director, Communications: Shana Wilson • Senior Manager, Media Relations: Josh Ishoo Director, Team Travel: Brian Prilaman

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24 Willie Mays Plaza • San Francisco, CA 94107 • (415) 972-2000 • www.sanfranciscogiants.com AT&T Park (2000) • Seating Capacity: 41,915 • Dimensions (L-R): 339-399-309 • Manager: Bruce Bochy Senior Director, Media Relations: Matt Chisholm • Media Relations Manager: Liam Connolly Traveling Secretary: Bret Alexander

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2013 RESULTS Orioles won series, 2-1 Date At W/L Score 8/09 SF W 5 - 2 (10) 8/10 SF L 2 - 3 8/11 SF W 10 - 2

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(eastern times) Date At Time 8/12 SF 10:15 8/13 SF 9:05 8/14 SF 4:05

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: Never 4 game: Never BAL sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

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SF sweep, 3 game: 4 game: SF sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

at SF Never Never

Year 2000s 2010s Total

(most recent) Home Road 1 - 2 2 - 1 0 - 0 3 - 3 1 - 2 5 - 4

Total 3 - 3 3 - 3 6 - 6

at BAL Never Never at SF Never Never

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 1-2; ROAD: 5-4; TOTAL: 6-6) Year Home Road 2002 0 - 0 2 - 1 2004 1 - 2 0 - 0 2010 0 - 0 1 - 2 2013 0 - 0 2 - 1

Total 2 - 1 1 - 2 1 - 2 2 - 1

OPPONENTS MINOR LEAGUES

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Best Season Series Record: ............................................. 2-1 (2002 & 2013) Worst Season Series Record: .......................................... 1-2 (2004 & 2009) Most Runs, Game (BAL):............................................... 10 (August 11, 2013) Most Runs, Game (SF):..................................................... 10 (June 14, 2010) Longest Winning Streak:...............................................2 (June 22-23, 2002)

Longest Losing Streak:.............................. 2 (June 13, 2004-June 14, 2010) Current Streak:...................................................................................... Won 1 Largest Crowd (OPACY):...................................48,869 (June 12, 2004 (G1)) Largest Crowd (AT&T Park):...................................... 41,980 (June 23, 2002)

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2013 HIGHLIGHTS: Baltimore won the season series against San Francisco, 2-1, for the first time since the inaugural match-up in 2002 (SF won in 2004 and 2010)…The Birds took the season opener, 5-2, in 10 innings with 1B Chris Davis’ two-RBI double and C Matt Wieters’ RBI single in the 10th inning…RHP Chris Tillman did not earn the decision despite striking out nine batters in 8.0 innings of work (1 ER)…On 8/10 the Giants won the second game of the series, 3-2, with three runs in the sixth inning off LHP Wei-Yin Chen…Down 2-0 after five innings in the rubber game on 8/11, the O’s rallied to score 10 runs in the sixth through ninth inning for a 10-2 victory…It was the O’s highest scoring game against the Giants in series history…OF Adam Jones batted .417/.429/.750 (5-for-12) with six RBI in the three-game series vs. San Francisco. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles have won two of the four season series against San Francisco with each of the O’s series wins coming on the road (2002 and 2013)…In 2004, the O’s dropped two of three against the Giants in their first ever match-up at Oriole Park…The teams played a doubleheader on 6/12/04 after a rainout on 6/11, with both games going into extra innings…In Game 1 of the doubleheader, 1B Rafael Palmeiro and LF Barry Bonds both homered, marking the third time in baseball history two players with 500 career homers went deep in the same game…Palmiero passed Mickey Mantle on the all-time home runs list with two homers in Game 1...The Giants won, 9-6, after RHP Jorge Julio allowed four runs in the 11th inning…The Orioles won two of three in their inaugural meeting with the Giants, 6/21-23/02, at AT&T Park…In the opener on 6/21, 3B David Bell broke a 3-3 tie with a solo home run off RHP Rick Bauer in the eighth inning in the Giants’ 4-3 victory…The next night, RHP Travis Driskill became the fourth Orioles rookie to start the season 5-0 in Baltimore’s 4-2 win…In the finale on 6/23, RHP Jason Johnson tossed 7.0 innings (1 ER) to earn his first win since 4/20/02. FRANCHISE NOTE: Played in New York from 1883-1957...Moved to San Francisco in 1958.

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(eastern times) Date At Time N/A

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 3 game: Never 4 game: Never BAL sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

at STL Never Never

RECORD BY DECADE Year 2000s 2010s Total

(most recent) Home Road 0 - 0 1 - 2 2 - 4 0 - 0 2 - 4 1 - 2

Total 1 - 2 2 - 4 3 - 6

STL sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/28-30/2011 4 game: Never STL sweep, 3 game: 4 game:

at STL Never Never

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 2-4; ROAD: 1-2; TOTAL: 3-6) Total 1 - 2 0 - 3 2 - 1

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Longest Losing Streak:................................. 4 (June 8, 2003-June 30, 2011) Current Streak:.......................................................................................Lost 1 Largest Crowd (OPACY):..........................................43,743 (August 8, 2014) Largest Crowd (Old Busch Stadium): ........................ 43,369 (June 7, 2003)

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2014 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles won the season series, 2-1, against the Cardinals for the first time in series history…The O’s outscored the Cards, 25-13, including 14 extra-base hits (five doubles and nine home runs)…On 8/8, the day the Orioles celebrated their 60th anniversary, the O’s slugged a season-high six home runs (twice each off of three Cards pitchers) in a 12-2 win…The Birds homered three more times in the 10-3 victory on 8/9…St. Louis avoided the sweep with an 8-3 win on 8/10, scoring a total of four runs over the eighth and ninth innings…RF Nick Markakis and Cardinals 2B Kolten Wong each collected four hits on the day. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles dropped two of the three season series against the Cardinals, including a three-game sweep at Oriole Park in 2011…On 6/29/11, RHP Chris Carpenter tossed a 132-pitch complete game for a 5-1 Cards win…DH Lance Berkman collected two homers on 6/30/11 to close out the sweep for the eventual World Series champs…The Cards won the first ever regular season match-up between the teams, 8-6, on 6/6/03…RHP Sidney Ponson tossed a complete game (7 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 8 K) in the O’s 8-1 win on 6/7/03…SS Deivi Cruz hit two home runs…The Red Birds won the rubber game of the 2003 series, 11-10, after 3B Scott Rolen went 4-for-5 with four RBI and CF Jim Edmonds went 3-for-4 with three RBI…OF Albert Pujols batted .538/.571/.769 (7-for-13) with three doubles and six RBI in the 2003 series.

RECORDS & HISTORY

Best Season Series Record: ..........................................................2-1 (2014) Worst Season Series Record:........................................................ 0-3 (2011) Most Runs, Game (BAL):.................................................12 (August 8, 2014) Most Runs, Game (STL):..................................................... 11 (June 8, 2003) Longest Winning Streak:............................................. 2 (August 8-10, 2014)

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Year Home Road 2003 0 - 0 1 - 2 2011 0 - 3 0 - 0 2014 2 - 1 0 - 0

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2014 RESULTS Orioles won series, 2-1 Date At W/L Score 08/08 BAL W 12 - 2 08/09 BAL W 10 - 3 08/10 BAL L 3 - 8

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700 Clark Street • St. Louis, MO 63102 • (314) 345-9600 • www.stlcardinals.com Busch Stadium (2006) • Seating Capacity: 43,975 • Dimensions (L-R): 336-400-335 • Manager: Mike Matheny Director, Communications: Brian Bartow • Manager, Communications: Melody Yount Traveling Secretary: C.J. Cherre

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MANAGER & COACHES

1500 South Capitol Street, SE • Washington, DC 20003 • (202) 640-7000 • www.nationals.com Nationals Park (2008) • Seating Capacity: 41,313 • Dimensions (L-R): 336-402-335 • Manager: Dusty Baker Senior Director, Baseball Communications: Amanda Comak • Senior Manager, Baseball Communications: Kyle Brostowitz VP, Clubhouse Operations & Team Travel: Rob McDonald

2015 RESULTS Orioles won series, 4-2 Date At W/L Score 7/10 BAL W 3 - 2 7/11 BAL L 4 - 7 7/12 BAL L 2 - 3 9/22 WAS W 4 - 1 9/23 WAS W 4 - 3 9/24 WAS W 5 - 4

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RECORD BY DECADE

(eastern times) Date At Time 8/22 BAL 7:05 8/23 BAL 7:05 8/24 WAS 7:05 8/25 WAS 7:05

(most recent) BAL sweep, at BAL 2 game: 5/29-30/2013 3 game: 6/25-27/2010 4 game: Never

(most recent) Year Home Road Total 1990s 4 - 2 0 - 3 4 - 5 2000s 8 - 7 6 - 9 14 - 16 2010s 11 - 5 10 - 6 21 - 11 Total 23 - 14 16 - 18 39 - 32



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BAL sweep, at WAS 3 game: 9/22-24/2015 4 game: Never WAS sweep, at BAL 3 game: 6/12-14/2007 4 game: Never WAS sweep, at WAS 3 game: 6/2-4/2000 4 game: Never

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS (HOME: 23-14; ROAD: 16-18; TOTAL: 39-32) Year Home Road 1997 1 - 2 0 - 0 1998 0 - 0 0 - 3 1999 3 - 0 0 - 0 2000 0 - 0 0 - 3 2001 2 - 1 0 - 0 2006 2 - 1 1 - 2 2007 0 - 3 2 - 1 2008 2 - 1 1 - 2 2009 2 - 1 2 - 1 2010 3 - 0 1 - 2 2011 2 - 1 1 - 2 2012 2 - 1 2 - 1 2013 2 - 0 1 - 1 2014 1 - 1 2 - 0 2015 1 - 2 3 - 0

Total 1 - 2 0 - 3 3 - 0 0 - 3 2 - 1 3 - 3 2 - 4 3 - 3 4 - 2 4 - 2 3 - 3 4 - 2 3 - 1 3 - 1 4 - 2

MISCELLANEOUS SERIES INFO:

Best Season Series Record: ..........................................................3-0 (1999) Worst Season Series Record: .......................................... 0-3 (1998 & 2000) Most Runs, Game (BAL):.................................................. 11 (June 26, 2009) Most Runs, Game (WAS):.................................................. 17 (May 20, 2011) Longest Winning Streak:......................3 (five times, last: 9/22/2015-current)

Longest Losing Streak:........................ 4 (twice, last: May 20-June 14, 2007) Current Streak:..................................................................................... Won 3 Largest Crowd (OPACY):........................................... 48,331 (June 23, 2006) Largest Crowd (Nationals Park):............................... 42, 331 (May 19, 2012)

2015 HIGHLIGHTS: The Orioles won the season series, 4-2, for their fourth consecutive season-series win against the Nationals since 2012…On 7/10 at Oriole Park, 2B Jonathan Schoop slugged his first career walk-off home run off RHP Tanner Roark with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning to win it for the Orioles, 3-2…According to STATS, LLC., the match-up between LHP Wei-Yin Chen (2.82) and RHP Max Scherzer (2.12) on 7/12 was the first matchup that featured two starting pitchers (minimum of 10 games started entering the contest) in which both began the game with a sub-3.00 ERA since 5/27/14 when Scherzer (then with Detroit; 2.59) faced Oakland’s Sonny Gray (1.99)…In the O’s 3-2 loss to the Nationals on 7/12, CF Adam Jones hit his 179th and 180th career homers as an Oriole, putting him in sole possession of eighth place on the Orioles all-time home run list…On 9/22 at Nationals Park, RHP Ubaldo Jimenez earned his 100th career victory after tossing 6.0 innings (1 UER)…Jimenez gave the O’s a 1-0 lead in the top of the second inning after driving in C Caleb Joseph on an RBI-single…3B Manny Machado recorded his 500th career hit in the top of the fifth inning in the O’s 4-1 win on 9/22…On 9/23, Machado slugged a two-run homer in the top of the seventh inning to win it for the O’s, 4-3…It was his 30th homer of the season, marking his first career 30-home run season…The Orioles swept Washington with a 5-4 win on 9/24…It was the Orioles’ first three-game sweep over the Nats since 6/25-27/10 at OPACY and Baltimore’s first ever three-game sweep at Nationals Park. All-TIME HIGHLIGHTS: The O’s have gone 33-23 vs. Washington since they moved from Montreal and replaced Philadelphia as their Interleague rival in 2006…The Orioles went 224-126 against Washington’s American League franchises when the Senators played in D.C. from 1954-1971…Nationals Park is the third venue in which the Orioles have played in Washington D.C...They were 51-34 at Griffith Stadium and 61-35 at Robert F. Kennedy Stadium…The O’s have split or won each series vs. Washington since 2008 (28-16)…3B Manny Machado recorded a career-high five hits against the Nationals on 7/7/14…He batted .529/.556/.941 (9-for-17) with three extra base hits in four games against Washington in 2014…On 5/30/13 at Oriole Park, RHP Freddy Garcia (W, 8.0 IP, 3 H, 6 K) and RHP Jim Johnson (SV, 1.0 IP, 1 K) combined to shut out the Nats in the O’s 2-0 win…Baltimore swept the Nationals in the two-game series at OPACY in 2013…INF/OF Boog Powell posted two three-home run games at RFK Stadium, 8/10/63 and 6/27/64…In 1968, Senators INF Frank Howard homered nine times against the Orioles, setting the record for most home runs hit in a single season vs. the O’s…On 9/12/62, Washington’s RHP Tom Cheney struck out a Major League record 21 Orioles in a 16-inning performance at Memorial Stadium, winning 2-1. FRANCHISE NOTE: Played in Montreal from 1969-2004...Moved to Washington D.C. in 2005.

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