5: All time best Orioles starting lineup: Brooks Robinson, 3B
Another Oriole lifer like Cal Ripken Jr, Robinson was an Oriole for all 23 seasons of his major league career.
Robinson was a part of the 1966 and 1970 World Series championship teams and made a remarkable 15 straight All Star Teams from 1960-1974, something that is extremely rare and may never happen again.
In his career, Robinson 268 home runs with 1,357 RBIs in 2,896 career games, falling just short of the 3,000 game milestone. He had a career .267/.322/.401 slash line, not the best, but he was more known for his defense, as evidenced by his 16 gold glove awards.
In addition to his gold gloves and All Star appearances, Robinson was the 1964 AL MVP, the 1970 World Series MVP, and a baseball Hall of Fame member. With a career 78.4 bWAR, Robinson was as valuable an Oriole as they come.