Orioles break MLB record for most home runs allowed in a single season
Baltimore has given up 260 homers with 34 games left on the season
On Thursday against the Tampa Bay Rays, the Orioles gave up their 259th and 260th home run of 2019. Right fielder Austin Meadows took one long off Orioles starter Asher Wojciechowski in the third inning during the four-game series opener. In the fifth inning, shortstop Willy Adames hit a solo homer, also off Wojciechowski.
It's been a rough season all around. The Orioles currently sit in last place in the AL East, with a record of 41-86. Baltimore's pitching staff has a 5.90 ERA, the worst in baseball.
While the team may be rebuilding, they aren't alone in giving up home runs. In fact, there are more, and of course,
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