2012 Baltimore Orioles season

The Baltimore Orioles' 2012 season was the 112th season in franchise history, the 59th in Baltimore, and the 21st at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. They completed the regular season with a 93–69 record, good for second place in the AL East and qualified for one of two American League wild card spots. It was the first time since 1997 that they finished with a winning record and made the playoffs. They subsequently defeated the Texas Rangers in the inaugural one-game Wild Card Playoff. They advanced to play the New York Yankees in the Division Series, but lost the series to the Yankees in five games.

2012 Baltimore Orioles
American League Wild Card
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record93–69 (.574)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Peter Angelos
President of baseball operationsDan Duquette
General manager(s)Dan Duquette
Manager(s)Buck Showalter
Local televisionMASN
WJZ-TV (CBS 13)
(Gary Thorne, Jim Palmer, Mike Bordick, Jim Hunter)
Local radioBaltimore Orioles Radio Network
(Joe Angel, Fred Manfra)
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Offseason

December

  • On December 1, 2011, the Orioles traded minor league RHP Randy Henry and a player to be named later to the Texas Rangers for C Taylor Teagarden. On December 8, 2011, the player was identified as minor league 2B Greg Miclat.
  • On December 8, 2011, the Orioles traded minor league LHP Jarret Martin and OF Tyler Henson to the Los Angeles Dodgers for LHP Dana Eveland.
  • On December 13, 2011, the Orioles signed Tsuyoshi Wada to a two-year contract, with an option for a third year.
  • On December 20, 2011, the Orioles signed outfielder Endy Chávez to a one-year contract.

January

  • On January 3, 2012, the Orioles acquired Jai Miller from the Oakland Athletics for cash considerations.
  • On January 10, 2012, the Orioles signed Wei-Yin Chen from the Chunichi Dragons to a three-year contract, with an option for a fourth year.
  • On January 23, 2012, the Orioles signed infielder Wilson Betemit to a two-year contract, with an option for a third year.

February

  • On February 6, 2012, Jeremy Guthrie was traded to the Colorado Rockies for pitchers Matt Lindstrom and Jason Hammel.
  • On February 10, 2012, the Orioles signed RHP Luis Ayala to a one-year contract, with an option for a second year.

March

  • On March 2, 2012, the Orioles signed Miguel González to a minor league contract.

Regular season

On May 6, the Orioles won a marathon 17-inning game over the Boston Red Sox with the pitching win credited to designated hitter Chris Davis. After the Orioles bullpen was exhausted Davis came on to pitch two scoreless innings with two strikeouts, becoming the first American League position player to record a pitching win since 1968. Boston DH Darnell McDonald took the loss, making it the first game since 1902 in which both pitchers of record were position players.

The Orioles clinched their first non-losing season since 1997 on September 13, 2012, winning their 81st game on a walk-off single by Manny Machado in the bottom of the 14th inning against the Tampa Bay Rays.

On September 26, 2012, the Orioles hit 7 home runs versus the Toronto Blue Jays. Nate McLouth solo in the 1st inning, Jim Thome lead off in the 5th, Manny Machado solo homer in the 5th and a two-run shot in the 8th, Chris Davis three-run homer in the 5th and a two-run homer in the 7th, and Mark Reynolds two-run homer in the 6th.

After falling in extra innings to the New York Yankees on back-to-back nights in early April, the Orioles went 16–0 in extra-inning games through the rest of the season. They also went 29–9 in one-run games, which many analysists point to as the reason the Orioles snapped their long postseason drought, given their modest run differential of +7.

Accolades

The following players represented the Orioles in the 2012 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

  • Jim Johnson
  • Adam Jones
  • Matt Wieters

The following players received Gold Glove Awards for the 2012 MLB season

  • J. J. Hardy
  • Adam Jones
  • Matt Wieters

Postseason

Wild Card Game

The Orioles took on the Texas Rangers in Arlington, Texas in the inaugural Wild Card "winner-take-all" format game for the right to play the New York Yankees in the 2012 American League Division Series, who are the top seed finishing with the best record in the AL at 95–67. The Orioles defeated Texas, 5–1, to win their first postseason game since 1997 and to advance to play the Yankees with the first two games in Baltimore.

In the end, Jim Johnson finished the Rangers off in the 9th despite them giving Baltimore a scare on having the bases loaded and two down. However, Johnson got David Murphy to fly out to Nate McLouth. Unlikely hero Joe Saunders picked up his first ever win at Rangers Stadium, where he was 0–6 with a 9.38 ERA in six career starts.

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WP: Joe Saunders (1–0)   LP: Yu Darvish (0–1)

Division Series

The Orioles next played the New York Yankees in the Division Series, which they lost in five games.

Game 1, October 7

6:07 p.m. (EDT) at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland (moved to 8:47 p.m. EDT due to rain delay)

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WP: CC Sabathia (1–0)   LP: Jim Johnson (0–1)
Home runs:
NYY: Russell Martin (1)
BAL: None

Game 2, October 8

8:07 p.m. (EDT) at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland (moved to 8:47 p.m. EDT due to rain delay)

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WP: Wei-Yin Chen (1–0)   LP: Andy Pettitte (0–1)   Sv: Jim Johnson (1)

Game 3, October 10

7:37 p.m. (EDT) at Yankee Stadium in Bronx, New York

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New York001000001001371
WP: David Robertson (1–0)   LP: Brian Matusz (0–1)
Home runs:
BAL: Ryan Flaherty (1), Manny Machado (1)
NYY: Raúl Ibañez 2 (2)

Game 4, October 11

7:37 p.m. (EDT) at Yankee Stadium in Bronx, New York

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WP: Pedro Strop (1–0)   LP: David Phelps (0–1)   Sv: Jim Johnson (2)
Home runs:
BAL: Nate McLouth (1)
NYY: None

Game 5, October 12

5:07 p.m. (EDT) at Yankee Stadium in Bronx, New York

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WP: CC Sabathia (2–0)   LP: Jason Hammel (0–1)
Home runs:
BAL: None
NYY: Curtis Granderson (1)

Roster

2012 Baltimore Orioles
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

  • 41 Rick Adair (pitching)
  • 62 Rudy Árias (bullpen catcher)
  • 57 Bill Castro (bullpen)
  • 67 Ronnie Deck (bullpen catcher)
  • 45 DeMarlo Hale (third base)
  • 23 Wayne Kirby (first base)
  • 15 Jim Presley (hitting)
  • 77 John Russell (bench)

American League East

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Yankees 9567 0.586 51–30 44–37
Baltimore Orioles 9369 0.574 2 47–34 46–35
Tampa Bay Rays 9072 0.556 5 46–35 44–37
Toronto Blue Jays 7389 0.451 22 41–40 32–49
Boston Red Sox 6993 0.426 26 34–47 35–46

American League Wild Card

Division Winners W L Pct.
New York Yankees 9567 0.586
Oakland Athletics 9468 0.580
Detroit Tigers 8874 0.543
Wild Card teams
(Top 2 teams qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Baltimore Orioles 9369 0.574
Texas Rangers 9369 0.574
Tampa Bay Rays 9072 0.556 3
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 8973 0.549 4
Chicago White Sox 8577 0.525 8
Seattle Mariners 7587 0.463 18
Toronto Blue Jays 7389 0.451 20
Kansas City Royals 7290 0.444 21
Boston Red Sox 6993 0.426 24
Cleveland Indians 6894 0.420 25
Minnesota Twins 6696 0.407 27

Record vs. opponents

Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore13–56–24–43–35–42–75–29–94–58–110–82–511–711–7
Boston5–136–25–35–54–30–64–35–131–85–49–92–67–1111–7
Chicago2–62–611–76–126–123–514–45–23–38–14–36–36–49–9
Cleveland4–43–57–1110–88–105–46–121–52–84–44–44–52–48–10
Detroit3–35–512–68–1013–55–510–84–64–31–55–23–74–211–7
Kansas City4–53–412–610–85–134–57–113–45–41–74–24–52–68–10
Los Angeles7–26–05–34–55–55–46–34–59–1011–81–910–94–412–6
Minnesota2–53–44–1412–68–1011–73–63–44–52–81–52–82–59–9
New York9–913–52–55–16–44–35–44–35–56–38–104–311–713–5
Oakland5–48–13–38–23–44–510–95–45–512–75–411–85–410–8
Seattle1–84–51–84–45–17–18–118–23–67–124–69–106–38–10
Tampa Bay8–109–93–44–42–52–49–15–110–84–56–45–414–49–9
Texas5–26–23–65–47–35–49–108–23–48–1110–94–56–314–4
Toronto7–1111–74–64–22–46–24–45–27–114–53–64–143–69–9

Game log

Legend
Orioles Win Orioles Loss Game Postponed
2012 Game Log
April (14–9)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
1April 6Twins4–2Arrieta (1–0)Pavano (0–1)Johnson (1)46,7731–0
2April 7Twins8–2Hunter (1–0)Liriano (0–1)31,5322–0
3April 8Twins3–1Hammel (1–0)Swarzak (0–1)Johnson (2)14,7383–0
4April 9Yankees2–6Nova (1–0)Matusz (0–1)25,4783–1
5April 10Yankees4–5 (12)Rapada (1–0)Strop (0–1)Rivera (1)24,6593–2
6April 11Yankees4–6 (10)Soriano (1–0)Gregg (0–1)Rivera (2)22,9193–3
7April 13@ Blue Jays7–5O'Day (1–0)Oliver (0–1)Johnson (3)21,9884–3
8April 14@ Blue Jays6–4Ayala (1–0)Cordero (0–1)Johnson (4)28,3555–3
9April 15@ Blue Jays2–9Drabek (2–0)Matusz (0–2)20,2525–4
10April 16@ White Sox10–4 (10)Strop (1–1)Stewart (0–1)13,7326–4
11April 17@ White Sox3–2Chen (1–0)Danks (1–2)Johnson (5)11,2677–4
12April 18@ White Sox1–8Peavy (2–0)Hunter (1–1)13,8187–5
13April 19@ White Sox5–3Hammel (2–0)Floyd (1–2)Johnson (6)11,8368–5
14April 20@ Angels3–6Williams (1–1)Matusz (0–3)Walden (1)32,2728–6
15April 21@ Angels3–6Weaver (3–0)Arrieta (1–1)38,0548–7
16April 22@ Angels3–2 (10)Strop (2–1)Hawkins (0–1)Johnson (7)38,2219–7
17April 24Blue Jays2–1Hunter (2–1)Álvarez (0–2)Strop (1)11,05810–7
18April 25Blue Jays3–0Hammel (3–0)Drabek (2–1)Strop (2)10,41511–7
19April 26Blue Jays5–2O'Day (2–0)Janssen (1–1)Ayala (1)13,72512–7
20April 27Athletics2–5McCarthy (1–3)Arrieta (1–2)Balfour (6)18,29712–8
21April 28Athletics10–1Chen (2–0)Ross (1–1)26,92613–8
22April 29Athletics5–2Strop (3–1)Balfour (0–1)31,79314–8
23April 30@ Yankees1–2Kuroda (2–3)Hammel (3–1)Rivera (5)36,89014–9
May (15–13)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
24May 1@ Yankees7–1Matusz (1–3)Hughes (1–4)37,79015–9
25May 2@ Yankees5–0Arrieta (2–2)Nova (3–1)39,36016–9
26May 4@ Red Sox6–4 (13)Patton (1–0)Morales (0–1)Johnson (8)37,22317–9
27May 5@ Red Sox8–2Hammel (4–1)Cook (0–1)37,58118–9
28May 6@ Red Sox9–6 (17)Davis (1–0)McDonald (0–1)37,39419–9
29May 7Rangers3–14Harrison (4–2)Matusz (1–4)11,93819–10
30May 8Rangers3–10Feliz (2–1)Arrieta (2–3)11,26319–11
May 9RangersPostponed (rain); Makeup: May 10 as part of a doubleheader
31May 10Rangers6–5Chen (3–0)Lewis (3–2)Johnson (9)20–11
32May 10Rangers3–7Holland (3–2)Hunter (2–2)19,25020–12
33May 11Rays4–3O'Day (3–0)Peralta (0–2)Johnson (10)26,66921–12
34May 12Rays5–3Matusz (2–4)Moore (1–3)Johnson (11)32,86222–12
35May 13Rays8–9Shields (6–1)Arrieta (2–4)Rodney (10)29,55222–13
36May 14Yankees5–8Phelps (1–1)Ayala (1–1)Soriano (2)16,49222–14
37May 15Yankees5–2Chen (4–0)Sabathia (5–1)Johnson (12)24,05523–14
38May 16@ Royals4–3 (15)Gregg (1–1)Adcock (0–1)Johnson (13)17,94924–14
39May 17@ Royals5–3Matusz (3–4)Hochevar (3–4)Johnson (14)31,07625–14
40May 18@ Nationals2–1 (11)Gregg (2–1)Mattheus (2–1)Strop (3)36,68026–14
41May 19@ Nationals6–5Hammel (5–1)Detwiler (3–3)Johnson (15)42,33127–14
42May 20@ Nationals3–9Strasburg (4–1)Chen (4–1)41,91827–15
43May 21Red Sox6–8Miller (1–0)Gregg (2–2)Aceves (10)16,39227–16
44May 22Red Sox4–1Matusz (4–4)Doubront (4–2)Johnson (16)25,17128–16
45May 23Red Sox5–6Bard (4–5)Arrieta (2–5)Aceves (11)27,80628–17
46May 25Royals8–2Hammel (6–1)Chen (3–5)28,95429–17
47May 26Royals3–4Holland (1–2)Strop (3–2)Broxton (9)26,71429–18
48May 27Royals2–4Collins (2–0)Matusz (4–5)Broxton (10)33,91929–19
49May 28@ Blue Jays2–6Hutchison (4–2)Hunter (2–3)Janssen (4)16,57529–20
50May 29@ Blue Jays6–8Romero (6–1)Arrieta (2–6)17,35229–21
51May 30@ Blue Jays1–4Morrow (6–3)Hammel (6–2)Janssen (5)17,75429–22
June (13–13)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
52June 1@ Rays0–5Price (7–3)Chen (4–2)Rodney (17)17,22429–23
53June 2@ Rays2–1Matusz (5–5)Hellickson (4–2)Johnson (17)21,69330–23
54June 3@ Rays4–8Moore (2–5)Arrieta (2–7)21,69330–24
55June 5@ Red Sox8–6 (10)Johnson (1–0)Aceves (0–3)37,18131–24
56June 6@ Red Sox2–1Chen (5–2)Beckett (4–6)Johnson (18)37,24332–24
57June 7@ Red Sox0–7Buchholz (6–2)Matusz (5–6)37,30732–25
58June 8Phillies6–9Blanton (5–6)Arrieta (2–8)Papelbon (16)40,45932–26
59June 9Phillies6–4 (12)Ayala (2–1)Rosenberg (0–1)46,61133–26
60June 10Phillies5–4 (10)O'Day (4–0)Savery (0–1)45,26734–26
61June 12Pirates8–6Chen (6–2)Lincoln (3–2)Johnson (19)15,61835–26
62June 13Pirates7–1Arrieta (3–8)Correia (2–6)23,23836–26
63June 14Pirates12–6Hunter (3–3)Bédard (4–7)29,99537–26
64June 15@ Braves2–4Durbin (3–0)Matusz (5–7)Kimbrel (19)30,38437–27
65June 16@ Braves5–0Hammel (7–2)Beachy (5–5)41,13138–27
66June 17@ Braves2–0Chen (7–2)Delgado (4–7)Johnson (20)29,53039–27
67June 18@ Mets0–5Dickey (11–1)Arrieta (3–9)29,01439–28
68June 19@ Mets0–5Santana (5–3)Hunter (3–4)32,58739–29
69June 20@ Mets3–4Gee (5–5)Matusz (5–8)Francisco (17)29,85539–30
70June 22Nationals2–1Hammel (8–2)Zimmermann (3–6)Johnson (21)45,89140–30
71June 23Nationals1–3Jackson (4–4)Chen (7–3)Clippard (12)46,29840–31
72June 24Nationals2–1Strop (4–2)Burnett (0–1)Johnson (22)41,79441–31
73June 26Angels3–7Wilson (9–4)Matusz (5–9)24,29641–32
74June 27Angels1–13Weaver (8–1)Hammel (8–3)18,05541–33
75June 28Indians2–7McAllister (2–1)Chen (7–4)17,67641–34
76June 29Indians9–8Lindstrom (1–0)Smith (5–2)Johnson (23)24,77942–34
77June 30Indians5–11Tomlin (4–5)Eveland (0–1)35,33542–35
July (13–14)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
78July 1Indians2–6Masterson (5–7)Matusz (5–10)16,68942–36
79July 2@ Mariners3–6Delabar (2–1)Hammel (8–4)Wilhelmsen (7)14,80542–37
80July 3@ Mariners5–4O'Day (5–0)Furbush (4–2)Johnson (24)16,27043–37
81July 4@ Mariners4–2Tillman (1–0)Noesí (2–11)Johnson (25)21,98244–37
82July 5@ Angels7–9Hawkins (2–1)Ayala (2–2)Frieri (11)38,10444–38
83July 6@ Angels3–2González (1–0)Wilson (9–5)Johnson (26)42,71645–38
84July 7@ Angels0–3Weaver (10–1)Hammel (8–5)Downs (8)41,14745–39
85July 8@ Angels0–6Mills (1–0)Chen (7–5)37,10845–40
ASGJuly 10All-Star GameAL 0–8 NLCainVerlanderKauffman Stadium, Kansas City, MO
86July 13Tigers2–7Fister (3–6)Hammel (8–6)35,56645–41
87July 14Tigers8–6 (13)Gregg (3–2)Benoit (1–2)43,21546–41
88July 15Tigers0–4Verlander (10–5)González (1–1)30,43946–42
89July 16@ Twins7–19Diamond (8–3)Tillman (1–1)32,45546–43
90July 17@ Twins4–6Burnett (3–2)Ayala (2–3)Burton (3)32,20246–44
91July 18@ Twins2–1Hunter (4–4)Liriano (3–9)Johnson (27)33,19547–44
92July 19@ Twins4–3Chen (8–5)Burnett (3–3)Johnson (28)37,67648–44
93July 20@ Indians10–2González (2–1)Lowe (8–8)33,95449–44
94July 21@ Indians3–1Tillman (2–1)McAllister (4–2)Johnson (29)36,24750–44
95July 22@ Indians4–3Britton (1–0)Tomlin (5–7)Johnson (30)28,04951–44
96July 23@ Indians1–3Masterson (7–8)Hunter (4–5)Perez (27)18,26451–45
97July 24Rays1–3Hellickson (5–6)Chen (8–6)Rodney (28)17,59251–46
98July 25Rays1–10Price (14–4)González (2–2)19,58251–47
99July 26Rays6–2Tillman (3–1)Shields (8–7)21,30152–47
100July 27Athletics9–14Blevins (4–0)Johnson (1–1)29,27852–48
101July 28Athletics1–6Colón (7–8)Hunter (4–6)21,14352–49
102July 29Athletics6–1Chen (9–6)Blackley (3–3)19,69853–49
103July 30@ Yankees5–4González (3–2)García (4–5)Johnson (31)43,05254–49
104July 31@ Yankees11–5Tillman (4–1)Nova (10–5)42,82155–49
August (18–9)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
105August 1@ Yankees3–12Hughes (11–8)Britton (1–1)44,59355–50
106August 3@ Rays0–2Moore (8–7)Hunter (4–7)Rodney (32)18,41055–51
107August 4@ Rays4–0Chen (10–6)Hellickson (6–7)20,61256–51
108August 5@ Rays1–0 (10)Ayala (3–3)Peralta (1–4)Johnson (32)29,53057–51
109August 6Mariners3–1Tillman (5–1)Vargas (12–8)Johnson (33)21,18458–51
110August 7Mariners8–7 (14)O'Day (6–0)Kelley (2–3)15,43359–51
111August 8Mariners9–2Johnson (1–0)Millwood (4–10)17,31260–51
112August 9Royals2–8Smith (3–4)Chen (10–7)21,22660–52
113August 10Royals7–1González (4–2)Hochevar (7–10)17,27761–52
114August 11Royals3–7Mendoza (6–8)Tillman (5–2)40,45661–53
115August 12Royals5–3Ayala (4–3)Chen (8–10)Johnson (34)20,93562–53
116August 14Red Sox7–1Chen (11–7)Beckett (5–10)26,20463–53
117August 15Red Sox5–3González (5–2)Cook (3–6)Johnson (35)22,26964–53
118August 16Red Sox3–6Buchholz (11–3)Ayala (4–4)Aceves (24)25,48364–54
119August 17@ Tigers3–5Benoit (2–3)O'Day (6–1)Valverde (23)41,62064–55
120August 18@ Tigers3–2Britton (2–1)Porcello (9–8)Johnson (36)42,13265–55
121August 19@ Tigers7–5Chen (12–7)Fister (7–8)Johnson (37)40,51166–55
122August 20@ Rangers1–5Dempster (7–6)González (5–3)36,25766–56
123August 21@ Rangers5–3Tillman (6–2)Feldman (6–9)Johnson (38)32,14667–56
124August 22@ Rangers3–12Holland (8–6)Hunter (4–8)40,71467–57
125August 24Blue Jays6–4Britton (3–1)Villanueva (6–4)Johnson (39)25,75468–57
126August 25Blue Jays8–2Johnson (2–0)Morrow (7–5)25,08269–57
August 26Blue JaysPostponed (rain); Makeup: September 24 as part of a doubleheader
127August 27White Sox4–3Strop (5–2)Myers (2–6)Johnson (40)10,95570–57
128August 28White Sox6–0Tillman (7–2)Sale (15–5)12,84171–57
129August 29White Sox1–8Axelrod (2–2)Saunders (6–11)13,09871–58
130August 30White Sox5–3Britton (4–1)Quintana (5–3)Johnson (41)10,14172–58
131August 31@ Yankees6–1González (6–3)Kuroda (12–10)43,35273–58
September/October (20–11)
#DateOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
132September 1@ Yankees3–4Logan (6–2)Chen (12–8) Soriano (35)46,12273–59
133September 2@ Yankees8–3Wolf (4–10)Hughes (13–12)46,50174–59
134September 3@ Blue Jays4–0Saunders (7–11)Happ (10–11)17,22075–59
135September 4@ Blue Jays12–0Britton (5–1)Villanueva (7–5)13,55676–59
136September 5@ Blue Jays4–6Delabar (4–1)González (6–4)14,45876–60
137September 6Yankees10–6O'Day (7–1)Robertson (1–6)46,29877–60
138September 7Yankees5–8Hughes (14–12)Chen (12–9) 40,86177–61
139September 8Yankees5–4Saunders (8–11)Sabathia (13–5)Johnson (42)46,06778–61
140September 9Yankees3–13Chamberlain (1–0)Britton (5–2)40,34678–62
141September 11Rays9–2Johnson (3–0)Moore (10–10)23,82879–62
142September 12Rays3–2Johnson (2–1)Farnsworth (1–5)26,07680–62
143September 13Rays3–2 (14)Wolf (5–10)Archer (0–3)25,13081–62
144September 14@ Athletics2–3Milone (13–10)Saunders (8–12)Balfour (18)35,06781–63
145September 15@ Athletics2–5Parker (11–8)Britton (5–3)Balfour (19)20,34281–64
146September 16@ Athletics9–5Matusz (6–10)Straily (2–1)Johnson (43)20,53982–64
147September 17@ Mariners10–4Tillman (8–2)Noesí (2–12)13,03683–64
148September 18@ Mariners4–2 (18)Hunter (5–8)Luetge (2–2)Johnson (44)12,60884–64
149September 19@ Mariners3–1 (11)Ayala (5–4)Kinney (0–3)Johnson (45)14,00185–64
150September 21@ Red Sox4–2González(7–4)Lester (9–13) Johnson (46)37,73186–64
151September 22@ Red Sox9–6 (12)Hunter (6–8)Aceves (2–10)Johnson (47)37,57087–64
152September 23@ Red Sox1–2Tazawa (1–1)Ayala (5–5)Bailey (6)37,31087–65
153September 24Blue Jays4–1Johnson (4–0)Álvarez (9–14)Johnson (48)88–65
154September 24Blue Jays5–9Romero (9–14)Chen (12–10) 31,01588–66
155September 25Blue Jays0–4Laffey (4–6)Saunders (8–13)30,20588–67
156September 26Blue Jays12–2González (8–4)Villanueva (7–7)26,51389–67
157September 28Red Sox9–1Tillman (9–2)Cook (4–11)33,51890–67
158September 29Red Sox4–3Hunter (7–8)Doubront (11–10)Johnson (49)46,31191–67
159September 30Red Sox6–3Saunders (9–13)Stewart (1–4)Johnson (50)41,25792–67
160October 1@ Rays3–5Cobb (11–9)Chen (12–11) Rodney (47)13,66692–68
161October 2@ Rays1–0González (9–4)Shields (15–10)Johnson (51)13,46093–68
162October 3@ Rays1–4Hellickson (10–11)Tillman (9–3)Rodney (48)17,90993–69

Player stats

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs scored; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; AVG = Batting average; SB = Stolen bases

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
Robert Andino 127 384 41 81 13 1 7 28 .211 5
Jake Arrieta 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Xavier Avery 32 94 14 21 6 1 1 6 .223 6
Wilson Betemit 102 341 41 89 19 0 12 40 .261 0
Endy Chávez 64 158 15 32 6 0 2 12 .203 3
Wei-Yin Chen 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Chris Davis 139 515 75 139 20 0 33 85 .270 2
Luis Exposito 9 18 2 1 0 0 0 0 .056 0
Ryan Flaherty 77 153 15 33 2 1 6 19 .216 1
Lew Ford 25 71 7 13 3 0 3 4 .183 1
Bill Hall 7 9 2 2 0 0 1 1 .222 0
Jason Hammel 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
J. J. Hardy 158 663 85 158 30 2 22 68 .238 0
L. J. Hoes 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Tommy Hunter 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Nick Johnson 38 87 9 18 4 0 4 11 .207 2
Adam Jones 162 648 103 186 39 3 32 82 .287 16
Manny Machado 51 191 24 50 8 3 7 26 .262 2
Joe Mahoney 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Nick Markakis 104 420 59 125 28 3 13 54 .298 1
Brian Matusz 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 .250 0
Nate McLouth 55 209 35 56 12 1 7 18 .268 12
Ronny Paulino 20 63 5 16 3 0 0 5 .254 0
Steve Pearce 28 71 8 18 4 0 3 14 .254 0
Omar Quintanilla 36 99 12 23 3 0 3 12 .232 0
Nolan Reimold 16 67 10 21 6 0 5 10 .313 1
Mark Reynolds 135 457 65 101 26 0 23 69 .221 1
Brian Roberts 17 66 2 12 0 0 0 5 .182 1
Jim Thome 28 101 8 26 5 0 3 10 .257 0
Taylor Teagarden 22 57 4 9 3 0 2 9 .158 0
Steve Tolleson 29 71 7 13 3 0 2 6 .183 1
Matt Wieters 144 526 67 131 27 1 23 83 .249 3

Pitching

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; H = Hits allowed; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB K
Jake Arrieta 3 9 6.20 24 18 0 114.2 122 82 79 35 109
Luis Ayala 5 5 2.64 66 0 1 75.0 81 27 22 14 51
Jason Berken 0 0 18.00 1 0 0 1.0 6 7 2 1 0
Zach Britton 5 3 5.07 12 11 0 60.1 61 37 34 32 53
Dylan Bundy 0 0 0.00 2 0 0 1.2 1 0 0 1 0
Wei-Yin Chen 12 11 4.02 32 32 0 192.2 186 97 86 57 154
Chris Davis 1 0 0.00 1 0 0 2.0 2 0 0 1 2
Dana Eveland 0 1 4.73 14 2 0 32.1 32 18 17 13 18
Miguel González 9 4 3.25 18 15 0 105.1 92 38 38 35 77
Kevin Gregg 3 2 4.95 40 0 0 43.2 50 24 22 24 37
Jason Hammel 8 6 3.43 20 20 0 118.0 104 48 45 42 113
Tommy Hunter 7 8 5.45 33 20 0 133.2 161 85 81 27 77
Jim Johnson 2 1 2.44 71 0 51 68.2 55 21 19 14 41
Steve Johnson 4 0 2.11 12 4 0 38.1 23 9 9 18 46
Matt Lindstrom 1 0 2.72 34 0 0 36.1 35 14 11 12 30
Brian Matusz 6 10 4.87 34 16 0 98.0 112 61 53 41 81
Darren O'Day 7 1 2.28 69 0 0 67.0 49 17 17 14 69
Troy Patton 1 0 2.43 54 0 0 55.2 45 15 15 12 49
Zach Phillips 0 0 6.00 6 0 0 6.0 7 4 4 3 5
Stu Pomeranz 0 0 3.00 3 0 0 6.0 7 2 2 1 3
J. C. Romero 0 0 6.75 5 0 0 4.0 7 4 3 1 1
Joe Saunders 3 3 3.63 7 7 0 44.2 49 20 18 8 23
Miguel Socolovich 0 0 6.97 6 0 0 10.1 11 8 8 6 6
Pedro Strop 5 2 2.44 70 0 3 66.1 52 18 18 37 58
Chris Tillman 9 3 2.93 15 15 0 86.0 66 38 28 24 66
Randy Wolf 2 0 5.28 5 2 0 15.1 17 9 9 2 7

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Norfolk Tides International League Ron Johnson
AA Bowie Baysox Eastern League Gary Kendall
A Frederick Keys Carolina League Orlando Gómez
A Delmarva Shorebirds South Atlantic League Ryan Minor
A-Short Season Aberdeen IronBirds New York–Penn League Gary Allenson
Rookie GCL Orioles Gulf Coast League Ramón Sambo

References

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