2010 Orioles: 25-56 (.309)
1916 Philadelphia Athletics: 19-62-1 (.238)
1954 Orioles: 31-51 (.378)
1962 New York Mets: 23-59 (.280)
1988 Orioles: 25-57 (.305)
2003 Detroit Tigers: 20-62 (.244)
1916 Athletics: 8-3 loss to the St. Louis Browns
After a three-day break, the Athletics returned to the field with a loss to the Browns in the first matchup of a five-game series at Sportsman's Park. Philadelphia won only once in 11 chances in St. Louis that year.
1954 Orioles: 2-1 loss to the Detroit Tigers
Left fielder Jim Fridley hit a solo home run as the Orioles were edged by Detroit for the second consecutive day at Briggs Stadium. Tigers second baseman Reno Bertoia hit his first career home run, and Detroit center fielder Bill Tuttle also contributed an RBI in the game.
1962 Mets: 15-1 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals
The Cardinals hit six home runs, including three by left fielder Stan Musial, as they rocked New York on a Sunday afternoon at the Polo Grounds. St. Louis starting pitcher Bob Gibson tossed a complete game for his 10th win of the season. He was also 3-for-5 with a home run, two RBIs and three runs scored.
1988 Orioles: 5-1 win over the Chicago White Sox
Starting pitcher Jose Bautista tossed a complete game, holding the White Sox to one run and five hits, as the Orioles won the second game of the series at Comiskey Park. Cal Ripken Jr. was 3-for-4 with a two-run home run and three RBIs, while Bill Ripken added two hits and an RBI in the victory.
2003 Tigers: 8-2 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays
The Tigers failed in the attempt for their second series sweep of the season as Roy Halladay improved to 12-2 for Toronto on his way to 22 wins and a Cy Young Award. Detroit's first sweep of the season occurred from May 5-7 over the Orioles at Camden Yards. First baseman Carlos Delgado hit two home runs and center fielder Vernon Wells added a home run and four RBIs for the Blue Jays at Comerica Park.