All-time best starting lineup of Orioles based on WAR

Assembling the best starting lineup of Orioles players based on WAR
Baltimore Orioles: Orioles shortstop Cal Ripken Jr makes a play on a ground ball
Baltimore Orioles: Orioles shortstop Cal Ripken Jr makes a play on a ground ball / Focus On Sport/GettyImages
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9: All time best Orioles starting lineup: Brady Anderson, RF

Rounding out the starting nine is another outfielder, this time being Brady Anderson. He's not as well known as the other names on this list because he doesn't have the titles and the major awards, but he was a really good player for the Orioles, and for a decent stretch of time too.

Anderson spent 13+ seasons of his 15 year career with the Orioles, going from the Boston Red Sox to Baltimore part of the way through the 1988 season. Anderson made all 3 of his All Star Games with the Orioles, which came in 1992, 1996, and 1997.

Over his 15 years, Anderson had a career 35.0 bWAR, amassing 34.9 of that with the Orioles. Anderson could sure steal some bases, with 307 of them in an Orioles uniform. He had a .257/.364/.430 slash line with the Orioles, posting a 110 OPS+ and working 927 walks.

Anderson was also someone who could be counted on to be in the lineup consistently. After playing 94 games in 1989 and 89 in 1990, Anderson surpassed 100 games in every year with the Orioles following that, having played 1,759 games in Oriole colors.

While not a big name, Anderson was someone who brought speed a bit of power to the table, with 210 home runs and 761 RBIs in Baltimore. He was very reliable when he was called upon and was a really good player.