Fantasy League

For this year’s All-Star Game, we imagine a squad made up of Orioles greats, past and present.

By Amy Muvihill - July 2015

Fantasy League

For this year’s All-Star Game, we imagine a squad made up of Orioles greats, past and present.

By Amy Muvihill - July 2015


Starting pitcher: Jim Palmer

Bullpen: Dave McNally,
Mike Mussina, Tippy Martinez

Catcher: Rick Dempsey

First Base: Eddie Murray

Second Base: Roberto Alomar

Shortstop: Cal Ripken Jr.

Third Base: Brooks Robinson

Left Field: B.J. Surhoff

Center Field: Adam Jones

Right Field: Frank Robinson

Designated Hitter: Harold Baines

Manager: Buck Showalter

Umpire Attendant: Ernie Tyler

Concessions: Boog Powell

Ballpark: Oriole Park at Camden Yards





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