Cal Ripken Jr.'s 1991 campaign (.323/.374/.566 with 34 homers and 114 RBIs) helped solidify the shortstop's spot on this list. See which other Orioles' greats round out the diamond.
- Orioles win 1983 World Series
10/16/83: Eddie Murray homers twice to back Scott McGregor's shutout as the Orioles win Game 5 to clinch their third World Series title
- Cal Ripken Jr. passes Lou Gehrig
9/6/1995: Cal Ripken Jr. passes Lou Gehrig and becomes the all-time leader in consecutive games played with 2,131