Baltimore Orioles Starting Lineup 9/26/20 Orioles Lineup

24-34, 4th in AL East

green-check Confirmed Conf

@ TOR

10:37 pm GMT , 9/26

Updated:
$50 Free Play on Monkey Knife Fight
Claim Free $50 Play

Rebuilding is a nice word when the process continues along some type of charted course. It appears that the Orioles have been a ship in rebuilding for a while now. If they were compared to a ship at sea, it might be one that has lost its navigational bearings. Earned runs are one gauge of a pitcher. However, when we combine pitching and defense, another stat becomes more glaring. In short, it's RAGs. Runs allowed per game is possibly a defining stat for overall team success. The four teams with the worst RAGs were in the bottom third for victories.

Baltimore allowed the most runs and were only saved by the woeful Tigers from having the worst record in baseball. We don't see much hope of the Orioles' bats suddenly becoming some type of juggernaut, so 2020 could be another season akin to a rudderless ship lost at sea.

Updated: 7 minutes ago

Orioles Starting Lineup

J. Means , (L), P
1. A. Hays , (R), LF
2. J. Iglesias , (R), SS
3. R. Mountcastle , (R), 1B
4. D. Stewart , (L), RF
5. P. Severino , (R), C
6. R. Ruiz , (L), 3B
7. H. Alberto , (R), DH
8. R. Urias , (R), 2B
9. C. Mullins , (S), CF
Pos Pitcher
P John Means J. Means (L)
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
P John Means J. Means (L)
67
9 2-3 12.1 156 35 21 21 11 6 33 .212% .038% 1.09 .235
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
LF Austin Hays A. Hays (R)
72
1 31 125 30 24 2 0 4 8 18 2 3 .263 .320 .386 .706
SS Jose Iglesias J. Iglesias (R)
67
2 38 146 51 33 15 0 3 23 15 0 0 .370 .397 .543 .941
1B Ryan Mountcastle R. Mountcastle (R)
69
3 33 131 39 29 5 0 5 22 11 0 1 .333 .389 .504 .894
RF D.J. Stewart D. Stewart (L)
74
4 29 103 16 7 2 0 7 15 13 0 0 .200 .366 .488 .854
C Pedro Severino P. Severino (R)
71
5 47 174 40 29 5 1 5 21 17 1 0 .256 .329 .397 .727
3B Rio Ruiz R. Ruiz (L)
71
6 52 196 39 21 9 0 9 31 24 1 2 .220 .287 .424 .711
DH Hanser Alberto H. Alberto (R)
68
7 52 223 62 44 15 0 3 21 34 3 0 .294 .317 .408 .724
2B Ramon Urias R. Urias (R)
71
8 9 23 8 5 2 0 1 3 3 0 0 .381 .435 .619 1.054
CF Cedric Mullins C. Mullins (S)
67
9 46 146 35 27 4 1 3 10 15 7 2 .263 .310 .376 .686

Most Common Orioles Lineups

5 Games Game
1. Hanser Alberto
2. Jose Iglesias
3. Ryan Mountcastle
4. Pedro Severino
5. Renato Nunez
6. D.J. Stewart
7. Pat Valaika
8. Rio Ruiz
9. Cedric Mullins
2 Games Game
1. Hanser Alberto
2. Jose Iglesias
3. Ryan Mountcastle
4. Pedro Severino
5. Renato Nunez
6. D.J. Stewart
7. Austin Hays
8. Pat Valaika
9. Andrew Velazquez
2 Games Game
1. Chance Sisco
2. Anthony Santander
3. Renato Nunez
4. Rio Ruiz
5. Hanser Alberto
6. Dwight Smith
7. Pat Valaika
8. Chris Davis
9. Cedric Mullins
2 Games Game
1. Hanser Alberto
2. Anthony Santander
3. Jose Iglesias
4. Rio Ruiz
5. Renato Nunez
6. Dwight Smith
7. Austin Hays
8. Chris Davis
9. Chance Sisco
1 Game Game
1. Austin Hays
2. Jose Iglesias
3. D.J. Stewart
4. Ryan Mountcastle
5. Rio Ruiz
6. Hanser Alberto
7. Chance Sisco
8. Ramon Urias
9. Cedric Mullins
1 Game Game
1. Hanser Alberto
2. Jose Iglesias
3. Ryan Mountcastle
4. Pedro Severino
5. Austin Hays
6. Pat Valaika
7. Rio Ruiz
8. Ramon Urias
9. Cedric Mullins

2020 Recent Orioles Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
9/25 @ TOR L 5-10 Taijuan Walker T. Walker (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Austin Hays A. Hays Jose Iglesias J. Iglesias D.J. Stewart D. Stewart Ryan Mountcastle R. Mountcastle Rio Ruiz R. Ruiz Hanser Alberto H. Alberto Chance Sisco C. Sisco Ramon Urias R. Urias Cedric Mullins C. Mullins
9/24 @ BOS W 13-1 Martin Perez M. Perez (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Hanser Alberto H. Alberto Jose Iglesias J. Iglesias Ryan Mountcastle R. Mountcastle Pedro Severino P. Severino Austin Hays A. Hays Pat Valaika P. Valaika Rio Ruiz R. Ruiz Ramon Urias R. Urias Cedric Mullins C. Mullins
9/23 @ BOS L 1-9 Nathan Eovaldi N. Eovaldi (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Cedric Mullins C. Mullins D.J. Stewart D. Stewart Ryan Mountcastle R. Mountcastle Renato Nunez R. Nunez Chance Sisco C. Sisco Austin Hays A. Hays Rio Ruiz R. Ruiz Pat Valaika P. Valaika Ramon Urias R. Urias
9/22 @ BOS L 3-8 Nick Pivetta N. Pivetta (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Cedric Mullins C. Mullins Austin Hays A. Hays Ryan Mountcastle R. Mountcastle Renato Nunez R. Nunez D.J. Stewart D. Stewart Pedro Severino P. Severino Hanser Alberto H. Alberto Rio Ruiz R. Ruiz Ramon Urias R. Urias
9/20 vs TB W 2-1 John Means J. Means (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Hanser Alberto H. Alberto Austin Hays A. Hays Ryan Mountcastle R. Mountcastle Renato Nunez R. Nunez Pedro Severino P. Severino D.J. Stewart D. Stewart Pat Valaika P. Valaika Rio Ruiz R. Ruiz Bryan Holaday B. Holaday

FAQ

The Orioles are a team in a deep rebuild. Nobody should be expecting a playoff run this year, as fans will be looking for some of their youth to provide a look into the future. With Trey Mancini out for the year, it takes away one of their big right-handed bats. While Baltimore will be waiting on using some of their top prospects, Austin Hays is a name in the starting lineup that will be an everyday player. He is the only top ten prospect rank projected to start this season. The rest of the team is filled out with names that likely won't be in the long term plans as they are creeping into their late 20s without much upside.

Who Will Replace Trey Mancini?

Anthony Santander is set to be the everyday right fielder, but DJ Stewart will also see some time, as he is a left-handed bat. Mancini is out for the year due to an illness and fully expects to return in 2021.

Will Chris Davis Start In 2020?

Despite the struggles of Chris Davis over the last few years, he will be the starting first baseman in 2020 for Baltimore. Davis is now nearing the end of his horrendous contract at 35 years old.

Who Plays Shortstop For The Orioles?

Jose Iglesias is the starting shortstop for the Orioles. He has bounced around the league over the last few years. Iglesias is a strong defensive name but isn't going to bring a ton to the plate. He was signed over the offseason.

What Is The Best Orioles Lineup Of All-Time?

The 1966 Baltimore Orioles were led by Frank Robinson, who hit 49 home runs and drove in 122. He also saw Boog Powell clock 34 homers, and both them and Brooks Robinson led the way for the Orioles.

What Is The Worst Orioles Lineup Of All-Time?

It was not too long ago as the 2018 Baltimore Orioles had one of the worst seasons ever. They lost 115 games and only scored 622 runs. In the division, they finished 61 games back.

Who Has Played The Most Games For The Orioles?

No surprise here, as the Iron Man, Cal Ripken Jr is the all-time leader in games. He played 20 years for Baltimore and played in 3001 games. He went to 199 All-Star Games and is a Hall of Famer.