Orioles Hall of Famer Mike Bordick enters his seventh year as an analyst on the MASN broadcast team. One of the best defensive players in club history, Bordick was inducted into the Orioles Hall of Fame in 2011 after spending six seasons with the club from 1997 to 2002. In his final season with the Orioles, Bordick had the best defensive season for a shortstop in Major League history, setting records for highest fielding percentage (.998), fewest errors (one), consecutive errorless games (110), and consecutive errorless chances (543). He still owns the fifth-highest fielding percentage (.982) among all MLB shortstops with at least 1,000 games played.
Bordick's 14-year Major League career also included time with the Athletics (1990-96), Mets (2000), and Blue Jays (2003). Originally signed by the Athletics as a non-drafted free agent in 1986, Bordick appeared in three games for Oakland during the 1990 World Series. He also played in the 2000 World Series with the Mets after being traded from the Orioles that July, and was named to the American League All-Star team that year. He spent the 2010-11 seasons as the Coordinator of Offensive Fundamentals for the Orioles' minor league system, and has continued to work as a Special Assignment Instructor when he is not in the broadcast booth.
Bordick attended the University of Maine, where he led the Bears to College World Series berths in two of his three seasons (1984-86). At the end of his playing career, he completed his bachelor's degree in kinesiology and physical education. Bordick and his wife, Monica, reside in Ruxton, Md. They have six children: Chandler, Dylan, Casey, Dawson, Wyatt, and Colton.