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2009 BALTIMORE ORIOLES

|    Level:  MLB  

Location:  Baltimore,MD
Team Record:  64-98   .395
Result:   5th in American League - East Division
Manager(s):  Dave Trembley
General Manager:   Andy MacPhail
Stadium:  Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Attendance:  1,907,163
Payroll:  $67,101,666
Playoffs: Season in progress

Baltimore Orioles affiliate history
Oldest Player:  Gregg Zaun (38)
Youngest Player:  Chris Tillman (21)
Longest Tenure:  Melvin Mora, Brian Roberts (9)
Top Hitter:  Brian Roberts (14)
Top Pitcher:  Jeremy Guthrie (22)
Top Draft Pick:  Matthew Hobgood (#5)

Roster Continuity:  54.95%
Top Prospect:   Matt Wieters
American League Standings
EastWLPctGB
NY Yankees10359.636--
Boston9567.5868.0
Tampa Bay8478.51919.0
Toronto7587.46328.0
Baltimore6498.39539.0

TEAM INFORMATION
Players with a dark gray box next to their salary have salaries above the league average. Players who did not start the season on a Major League roster were assumed to earn the major league minimum unless otherwise specified. Check out the payrolls section for more information.
PlayerPosAgeSalaryAvg?Lg Rank 
Aubrey Huff1B32$ 8,000,000   
Melvin Mora3B37$ 8,000,000   
Brian Roberts2B31$ 8,000,000   
Danys BaezP31$ 7,166,666   
Koji UeharaP34$ 5,000,000   
Jamie WalkerP37$ 4,500,000   
Ryan FreelCF-3B33$ 4,000,000   
Nick MarkakisRF25$ 3,350,000   
George SherrillP32$ 2,750,000   
Ty Wigginton1B-LF31$ 2,500,000   
Cesar IzturisSS-2B29$ 2,400,000   
Luke ScottDH31$ 2,400,000   
Mark HendricksonP35$ 1,500,000   
Gregg ZaunC38$ 1,500,000   
Chris RayP27$ 850,000   
Chad MoellerC34$ 800,000   
Jeremy GuthrieP30$ 650,000   
Rich HillP29$ 445,000   
Adam JonesCF23$ 435,000   
Cla MeredithP26$ 430,900   
Jim JohnsonP26$ 420,000   
Matt AlbersP26$ 410,000   
Felix PieOF24$ 410,000   
Dennis SarfateP28$ 410,000   
Brian BassP27$ 405,000   
Robert AndinoSS25$ 400,000   
Alfredo SimonP28$ 400,000   


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