6. Brooks Robinson 1964

<b>Stats:</b> .317/.368/.521. 28 HRs, 82 runs, 118 RBIs. 8.0 WAR, 6.4 oWAR, .366 wOBA. <br>
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<b>Skinny:</b> The fact that the best season -- and only MVP one -- by the organization's first icon is sixth on this list speaks volumes about how many strong individual seasons the Orioles have had. Known more for his glove, Robinson set career highs in homers, RBIs and batting average while leading the league in RBIs and finishing second for the batting title behind the Minnesota Twins' Tony Oliva.

( Baltimore Sun Staff File Photo / August 3, 2010 )

Stats: .317/.368/.521. 28 HRs, 82 runs, 118 RBIs. 8.0 WAR, 6.4 oWAR, .366 wOBA.

Skinny: The fact that the best season -- and only MVP one -- by the organization's first icon is sixth on this list speaks volumes about how many strong individual seasons the Orioles have had. Known more for his glove, Robinson set career highs in homers, RBIs and batting average while leading the league in RBIs and finishing second for the batting title behind the Minnesota Twins' Tony Oliva.

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