A two-time All-Star, Mora spent parts of 10 seasons with the Orioles, batting .270 with a .350 on-base percentage and .431 slugging percentage. He is also among the franchise's career leader in doubles (eighth, 252), RBIs (eighth, 662), home runs (10th, 158), runs (10th, 709) and total bases (10th, 2,073).
His .340 batting average in 2004 is the Orioles' best single-season mark. He led the American League in in on-base percentage (.419) that season and had career highs in home runs (27) and RBIs (104).
His 808 games at third base trail only Brooks Robinson on the club's all-time list.
Lowenstein and Roenicke split playing time with the Orioles in left field from 1979 to 1985. Both were members of the Orioles' 1983 World Series championship team and combined for 34 homers and 124 RBIs that year.
In their first season in left, they combined for 36 home runs and 98 RBIs, helping the Orioles win the 1979 AL pennant. Their best season came in 1982, when they combined for 45 home runs and drove in 140 runs as the club fell one game short of winning the AL East title.
Before retiring this year, Uhlman spent 46 years in professional scouting, including the last three decades with the Orioles. He joined the Orioles as scouting director in January of 1985 and later served as a special assistant and pro scout.
He also established the Orioles' first baseball academies in the Dominican Republic and Venezuela, and was responsible for signing Jeff Ballard, Steve Finley, Gregg Olson, Arthur Rhodes and David Segui.