BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
BALTIMORE LORD BALTIMORES
League: NA 1872-1874
Nicknames: Baltimore Marylands 1873, Yellow Stockings, Canaries
Franchise: Expansion franchise, disbanded after 1874 season
MARYLANDS
League: NA 1873
Franchise: Folded on July 11, 1873
BALTIMORE ORIOLES (I)
League: AA 1882-1891, NL 1892-1899
Aka: Lord Baltimores (I) 1882
Franchise: New franchise, resigned from AA and moved to minor Atlantic Assoc for 1890 season, then rejoined AA late in 1890 season to fill spot left by Brooklyn Gladiators, who folded. Absorbed by NL in 1892 after AA folded. After 1899, NL cut back to 8 teams, dropping Baltimore along with 3 other franchises.
Ballpark: Nowington Park 1882, Union Park 1882-1889, 1891-1899, Oriole Park 1890-1891
BALTIMORE MONUMENTALS
League: UA 1884
Franchise: Charter franchise, became Lancaster Ironsides, Eastern League, mid-1884
Ballpark: Belair Lot, Madison Ave Grounds
BALTIMORE ORIOLES (II)
League: AL 1901-1902
Franchise: Charter franchise. Became New York Highlanders 1903
Ballpark:
BALTIMORE TERRAPINS
League: FL 1914-1915
Aka: Balt-Feds 1914
Franchise: Expansion team, disbanded with league, 1915
Ballpark: Terrapin Park
BALTIMORE BLACK SOX
League: ECL 1923-1928, ANL 1929, NEWL 1932, NNL 1933-1934
Aka: Baltimore Stars 1929
Franchise: ECL: Charter franchise, disbanded with league during 1928. ANL: Disbanded with league during 1929. NEWL: Charter franchise, disbanded with league during 1932. NNL: New franchise, folded after 1933 season, reactivated July 1934, disbanded after 1934 season.
BALTIMORE ELITE GIANTS
League: NNL 1938-1948, NAL 1949-1950
Franchise: Relocated from Washington Elite Giants 1937. New franchise NAL, disbanded with league after 1950 season.
BALTIMORE ORIOLES (IV)
League: AL 1954->
Nicknames: Birds, O's
Franchise: Relocated from St. Louis Browns 1902-1953
Ballpark: Memorial Stadium 1954-1991,Oriole Park at Camden Yards 1992