8: All time best Orioles starting lineup: Paul Blair, CF
Blair gets the nod as the starting center fielder of the all-time Orioles. Outside of Baltimore, Blair was worth negative bWAR, but his bWAR in an Orioles uniform was 39.6, giving him a 37.7 bWAR all time. He spent 13 of his 17 seasons with the Orioles, also spending time with the Yankees and Reds.
Two of Blair's four World Series titles came in Baltimore, coming in 1966 and 1970. He made the All Star Game in 1969 and 1973 and won all eight of his gold gloves in Baltimore. He played in Baltimore from eight games in 1964 all the way until the end of the 1976 season.
Blair has a .204/.306/.338 slash line in Baltimore, with an exactly league average 100 OPS+ in his Orioles career. He has 126 home runs and 567 RBIs, swiping 167 bases and working 400 walks in 1,700 regular season games in an Orioles uniform. While not the most decorated, Blair was still a greatly important piece to the Orioles outfield, at the most important outfield spot too.