2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
51-105, 5th in AL East
Photo by Keith Gillett/Icon Sportswire

Royals become record-tying fourth 100-loss team

The Royals, Orioles, Tigers and Marlins have each lost 100 games this year. On the other side, five teams have a shot of hitting the 100-win mark.

Davis smacks go-ahead homer in the 7th (0:24)

Davis first September HR lifts Orioles past Mariners 2-1

Chris Davis enjoyed an uplifting moment in an otherwise dreary season, hitting a tiebreaking homer in the seventh inning to carry Baltimore past the Seattle Mariners 2-1 Sunday in the Orioles' final home game of the season.

M's score go-ahead run in extras for the win (0:25)

Hernández struggles for Mariners in 5-3 loss to Orioles

Felix Hernandez labored through five innings in what was likely his penultimate start with Seattle, and the Baltimore Orioles got home runs from Anthony Santander and Hanser Alberto in a 5-3 victory over the Mariners on Friday night.


Hays robs Guerrero, Jays sweep Orioles with 8-4 victory

Cavan Biggio homered and had three RBI to offset a spectacular, homer-robbing catch by Austin Hays, and the Toronto Blue Jays used a six-run seventh inning to beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-4 Thursday night for a three-game sweep.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Milwaukee announced plans Fri. to extend safety netting for next season, becoming the 12th MLB team to commit to or put in extensions since a toddler's 5/29 head injury on a foul liner in Houston. The Astros, Chisox, Dodgers, Nats & O's have installed extensions & the Braves, D-backs, Jays, Pirates, Rangers & Royals say they plan to. Some teams say they're considering extensions and Miami had extended its to 150 feet past each dugout before this season.

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O's' Villar hits MLB's record-setting 6,106th HR

Baltimore's Jonathan Villar hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning Wednesday night, the 6,106th homer of the season, setting an MLB single-season record.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Maybe it's fitting that the team that has allowed the most home runs in one season in MLB history hits the record-breaking home run. Jonathan Villar of the Orioles unloaded on a 93-mph fastball from Caleb Ferguson and hit home run No. 6,106, breaking the single-season record from 2017. I don't know if Villar knew he hit the record-breaker, but let's just say he enjoyed his trot around the bases.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

So the team that has given up more homers than anyone else in baseball hits the long ball that sets the new all-time single-season mark as Baltimore's Jonathan Villar leaves the yard for the 6,106th home run of the year.

Which bad MLB team has the best chance of turning things around? (1:43)

Dodgers clinch 7th straight NL West title, 1st playoff team

The Los Angeles Dodgers clinched their seventh consecutive NL West title in fitting fashion, using two home runs by Corey Seager and a masterful pitching performance by Walker Buehler to beat the Baltimore Orioles 7-3 on Tuesday night.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24623rd
On Base Percentage.30826th
Slugging Percentage.41226th
Earned Run Average5.6630th
Quality Starts39Tied-26th