Baltimore Orioles: Six days until pitchers and catchers report

OAKLAND, CA - JUNE 06: Melvin Mora
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Floyd Rayford doing a commercial for the Baltimore Symphony in 1984. (Baltimore Sun file photo by Irving H. Phillips) /

#5. Floyd Rayford (1984-1987)

Drafted by the California Angels in 1975, Floyd Rayford came to the Orioles in a trade for outfielder, Larry Harlow.

His major league debut came on April 17, 1980, batting seventh and playing third base in a game the Orioles defeated the Kansas City Royals, 5-to-2. In case you were wondering, Floyd went 0-for-3 with a strikeout.

In his first stint with the Orioles, Floyd hit just .155 over 42 games, spanning parts of the 1980 and 1982 seasons. He was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals in June of 1983 but found his way back to Baltimore the very next season.

Floyd was given the number six for the 1984 season, and that was his number until his final game on September 16, 1987.

Over 334 games with the Orioles, Rayford slashed just .248/.284/.403 and hit just 35 home runs.