Baltimore Orioles Autographed Memorabilia
Maryland’s big league club, the Baltimore Orioles have a storied history featuring a lengthy list of Hall of Fame players. The Orioles have spent their franchise’s existence solely in the American League. The “hay day” of the Orioles was between 1963 and 1983 where they hoisted the World Series trophy three separate times. During that span, the Orioles won 5 MVP Awards. The fans inside Camden Yards have watched some of the best players of all-time suit up every day for the black, orange and white. Players like Cal Ripken Jr., Brooks Robinson, Frank Robinson and Jim Palmer would be the Mount Rushmore of Orioles baseball. Memorabilia collectors like to get their hands on Cal Ripken Jr autographs.
Cal Ripken Jr. “The Iron Man” Collectibles
Cal Ripken Jr. was the face of the Baltimore Orioles and Major League Baseball. Cal earned his nickname, “The Iron Man” by playing more consecutive games than any player in baseball history. Cal Ripken was a magician as shortstop in his early years then transitioned over to third base later in his career. Cal’s bat was what got him into Cooperstown. Cal Ripken Jr. recorded 3,184 career hits and 431 home runs. Ripken memorabilia has always been a strong seller in the memorabilia world. Cal Ripken Jr. signed jerseys, photos and baseballs are the top items to collect. Cal’s autograph is consistent and displays perfectly.
Next Wave – Manny Machado Memorabilia
Known as “The Baby Faced Assassin”, Manny Machado has established reputation as someone who can win games with his bat and glove. In 2013 he not only became the first Oriole third baseman to win a Gold Glove since Brooks Washington (1975) he also earned the American League Platinum Glove winner, given to the best fielder in the league.
In 2015 he set career marks for average (.286) home runs (35) and RBI (86), earned his second All Star berth and won his second Gold Glove. His 35 homers is a franchise record for third basemen. Make a valuable addition to your sports collection with the addition of genuine Manny Machado collectibles. You may want to also want to look Enhance your collection and take home more memorabilia signed by other Baltimore Orioles greats, such as Cal Ripken Jr., Brooks Robinson and Boog Powell. Machado also established himself as a solid value on the collector’s market by getting better in 2016. He’s hitting a career best .303 and is on pace to surpass his home run and RBI totals from last season. In August, he added another line to what may be a Hall of Fame resume when he belted a home run in each of the first three innings against the White Sox in Chicago as his 7 RBI led the Orioles to a 10-2 win. Splitting time between third and shortstop (he’s committed only 8 errors through 119 games) Machado is a favorite to win his third Gold Glove.
2017 Baltimore Orioles
Catcher Wellington Castillo
1st Base Chris “Crush” Davis
2nd Base Jonathan Schoop
Shortstop JJ Hardy
3rd Base Manny Machado
Outfielder Hyun Soo Kim
Outfielder Adam Jones
Outfielder Seth Smith
Designated Hitter Mark Trumbo
Manager Buck Showalter
Collect the entire 2017 Baltimore Orioles lineup: Wellington Castillo, Chris Davis, Jonathan Schoop, JJ Hardy, Manny Machado, Hyun Soo Kim, Adam Jones and Mark Trumbo. If you like flamethrowers – buy signed memorabilia from a Baltimore pitcher: Chris Tillman, Kevin Gausman, Dylan Bundy, Wade Miley or Zack Britton. The 2017 Baltimore Orioles expect to make some noise in the American League. Many experts are picking Manny Machado to be Most Valuable Player in the AL. Collect signatures from all of the Orioles players this year!
Down on the Farm
O’s fans have enjoyed a good run of homegrown talent in Baltimore. The O’s have reached the postseason with homegrown players like Machado, Schoop, Britton and Tillman. Birdland is excited for the next wave of the future. Right-handers Cody Sedlock & Hunter Harvey expect to help out their big-league club sooner rather than later. The best sluggers making their way through the Orioles system is Chance Sisco, Jomar Reyes and Ryan Mountcastle.
Baltimore Orioles Farm System
Norfolk Tides (AAA)
Bowie Baysox (AA)
Frederick Keys (High A)
Delmarva Shorebirds (Low A)
Aberdeen IronBirds (Short Season)
Facts & Figures
Oriole Park at Camden Yards (1992-Present)
3 World Series Titles: 1966, 1970, 1983
7 American League Pennants – Last 1983
Nicknames: The O’s, Birdland, The Birds
Rivals: New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays and Washington Nationals
#4 Earl Weaver – Hall of Famer
#5 Brooks Robinson – Hall of Famer
#8 Cal Ripken Jr. – Hall of Famer
#20 Frank Robinson – Hall of Famer
#22 Jim Palmer – Hall of Famer
#33 Eddie Murray – Hall of Famer