5. B.J. Surhoff, OF (1999)

Surhoff had a solid 18-year run in the Major Leagues. He was relatively durable, had modest power and hit for a consistent average. But in 1999, he was downright spectacular. Part of a tremendous outfield that included Albert Belle and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000160" title="Brady Anderson" href="/topic/sports/brady-anderson-PESPT000160.topic">Brady Anderson</a>, Surhoff set career highs in home runs (28), RBIs (107), doubles (38), hits (207) and runs scored (104). Of course, the Orioles struggled to a 78-84 finish anyway.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Karl Merton Ferron / February 18, 2011 )

Surhoff had a solid 18-year run in the Major Leagues. He was relatively durable, had modest power and hit for a consistent average. But in 1999, he was downright spectacular. Part of a tremendous outfield that included Albert Belle and Brady Anderson, Surhoff set career highs in home runs (28), RBIs (107), doubles (38), hits (207) and runs scored (104). Of course, the Orioles struggled to a 78-84 finish anyway.

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