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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#4: Mark Trumbo (2016)

Mark Trumbo had a monster season in 2016 when he launched 47 homeruns and recorded 108 RBI's in his first season with the O's. His 47 homeruns tied him with Chris Davis for the 4th most in a single season by an Orioles player, and he led the majors in home runs that season.

2016 was Trumbo's best year in the majors and was the only time he ever reached 40 home runs in a season. He slashed .256/.316/.533 while making his second career All Star game and his only silver slugger.

Trumbo played 3 more seasons with the Orioles from 2017-2019. He retired after the 2019 season due to injuries and only recorded 29 at bats in his final season. He was never able to recreate his 2016 season, but he did hit 23 home runs in 2017 and 17 more in 2018, bringing his career total to 218.

#3: Chris Davis (2013, 2015)

Chris Davis had one of the strangest careers in recent sports history. After being traded to the Orioles in 2011, Davis would string together some of the most prolific power hitting seasons in team history. From 2012-2016, Davis recorded 4 seasons with at least 30 home runs. This included his 2013 season where he hit 53 homeruns and had 138 RBI's with a slash line of .286/.370/.634. This lead to him finishing 3rd in MVP, while making his only All Star game and winning his only silver slugger award.

He'd have yet another monster season in 2015 when he hit 47 homeruns and drove in 117 runs while slashing .262/.361/.562. But after the 2016 season, Chris Davis's production fell off a cliff. After signing a massive 7 year $161 million dollar contract, Davis became one of the worst players in all of baseball.

He recorded a .539 OPS in 2018, followed by a .601 OPS in 2019. He strung together 4 straight seasons of negative WAR value, including a -3.3 WAR season in 2018. Although Davis had one of the most drastic fall-offs in league history, he'll still be remembered by O's fans as one of the biggest power threats in recent history.