Who are the last 5 Orioles players with 100 RBI in a single season?

It's been a good chunk of time since the Orioles had a 100 RBI season
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71 players have recorded a season with at least 100 RBI's in franchise history. Ken Williams set the record in 1922 with 155 RBI's in a single season for the St.Louis Browns (who would eventually become the Baltimore Orioles). Eddie Murray has the most seasons with at least 100 RBI's, reaching the milestone on 5 separate occasions.

The last 5 Orioles players with 100 RBI seasons

But the franchise has been without a 100 RBI player since 2017 due to the teams struggles up until last season. With that being said, here are the 5 most recent Orioles players to reach 100 RBI's in a single season.

#5: Jonathan Schoop (2017)

Jonathan Schoop is one of two players on this list who are still playing in the MLB. Although Schoop has put together a very solid career, nothing will compare to his 2017 season. Schoop had shown flashes of brilliance in the 2015 and 2016 seasons, bringing Orioles fans a lot of confidence that he would become a building block for the franchise going forward. He put everything together in 2017 when he slugged 32 homeruns and played 160 games.

He passed the 100 RBI mark with 105 that season and recorded one of the most underrated seasons from any Oriole over the last decade. He slashed .293/.338/.503 with 182 hits at just 25 years old. Schoop also recorded a WAR of 6.5, which is one of the highest marks of any Oriole in recent history. Schoop was traded at the trade deadline the very next season along with other key players such as Manny Machado, Zach Britton, and Kevin Gausman.

Jonathan Schoop
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Schoop has played for the Brewers, Twins, and Tigers since his departure from the Orioles, but he hasn't been able to find the magic from his 2017 season. His best seasons since then have come in 2019 and 2021, where he had an OPS over .750 and at least 20 home runs in each season. He's played 55 games this season for the Detroit Tigers.