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"With most great players on other teams, you notice how great they are. But when they become teammates and you see them everyday, you notice the flaws. It is exactly the opposite with George Brett."
--Jim Sundberg, catcher
2000 Baltimore Orioles 2000 Baltimore Orioles
Record 74-88 .457
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Standings 4th in the AL East (13.5 games back)
Pythagorean 71-91, 70-92, 70-92
Runs (S/A) 794 / 913
BallparkOriole Park at Camden Yards
Park FactorsBatting: 95 / Pitching: 96
Attendance3,297,031 (2nd) (4th)
Fancost$139 (12th) / $11,227
Payroll/Avg$59,215,354 / $2,131,260 (12th)
OpExp/$PV$121,000,000 / $1,635,135
Rev/OpInc$124,000,000 / $2,000,000
Spring TrainingFort Lauderdale, Florida (Fort Lauderdale Stadium)
ManagerMike Hargrove
CoachesEddie Murray, Elrod Hendricks, Jeff Newman, Sam Perlozzo, Sammy Ellis, Terry Crowley
ExecutivesManaging General Partner: Peter Angelos, General Manager: Syd Thrift
Minor Leagues(AAA) Rochester Red Wings, (AA) Bowie Baysox, (A) Delmarva Shorebirds, (A) Frederick Keys, (Rookie) Bluefield Orioles
Radio (WBAL) Chuck Thompson, Fred Manfra, Jim Hunter
TV (WJZ) Jim Palmer, Michael Reghi, Mike Flanagan
Cable TV (Home Team Sports) Jim Palmer, Michael Reghi, Mike Flanagan

The 2000 Baltimore Orioles went 74-88 and finished 4th in the American League East. The Orioles drew 3,297,031 to Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Mike Bordick and Cal Ripken Jr. made the All-Star team.

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Charles Johnson hit 21 HRs for the Orioles before being shipped to the White Sox (along with Harold Baines) in a deal just before the trading deadline. He finished with 31 HRs.

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