Record: 74-88Place: Fourth in American League East
Batting leader: Delino DeShields (.296)Home run leader: Albert Belle (23)
RBI leader: Albert Belle (103)Wins leader: Jose Mercedes (14)
ERA leader: Mike Mussina (3.79)Notable: With a single against the Minnesota Twins at the Metrodome on April 15, Cal Ripken Jr. secured his 3,000th career hit. He became the 24th player in major league history to do so and the first to do it with the Orioles. Ripken also became the seventh player to reach 3,000 hits and 400 home runs in his career.
Place: Fourth in AL EastManager: Mike Hargrove
Most Valuable Oriole: Jeff ConineBatting leader: Jeff Conine (.311)
Home run leader: Jay Gibbons/Chris Richard (15)RBI leader: Jeff Conine (97)
Wins leader: Jason Johnson (10)