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The Orioles Hall of Fame

The Orioles Hall of Fame was conceived in 1977 by The Oriole Advocates at the suggestion of two past presidents, Allen Barrett and Jack Buckley. With the encouragement and cooperation of the Orioles, the Hall was created, with Brooks and Frank Robinson as the inaugural members. In 1989, a veterans committee was formed to reconsider those early Orioles who may have been overlooked by voters not familiar with their contributions to the Orioles.

In 1995, the Herbert E. Armstrong Award* was established to honor non-uniformed personnel worthy of inclusion in the Orioles Hall of Fame. The William “Wild Bill” Hagy Award** was established in 2007 and includes fans who have inspired others with their devotion to the team, and demonstrated an exceptional commitment in support of the Orioles. Hagy was named the first recipient of the award in 2008.

Plaques representing each member of the Orioles Hall of Fame can be found on a brick wall along Oriole Park's Eutaw Street walkway.

Orioles 2021 Hall of Fame Luncheon

From August 6 to 7, the Orioles will honor shortstop J.J. HARDY, outfielder MIKE DEVEREAUX, broadcaster JOE ANGEL, and superfan MO GABA, during an on-field ceremony and luncheon.

The inductees will be guests at a luncheon at Oriole Park at Camden Yards sponsored by the Oriole Advocates, founders of the Orioles Hall of Fame, on Friday, August 6, at 12:00 p.m. ET, as well as during an on-field ceremony prior to the Orioles game on Saturday, August 7, against the Tampa Bay Rays.

Email Keiko Baker to reserve your ticket for the event. A limited number of VIP tickets including a pre-luncheon reception also are available. Proceeds from the luncheon benefit the Oriole Advocates Charitable Foundation.

Orioles Hall of Fame - By Year

  • 1977: Brooks Robinson, Frank Robinson
  • 1978: Dave McNally
  • 1979: Boog Powell
  • 1981: Gus Triandos
  • 1982: Luis Aparicio, Mike Cuellar
  • 1983: Mark Belanger , Earl Weaver
  • 1984: Paul Blair, Paul Richards
  • 1985: Milt Pappas
  • 1986: Jim Palmer, Ken Singleton
  • 1987: Al Bumbry
  • 1988: Steve Barber
  • 1989: Jim Gentile, Dick Hall, Stu Miller
  • 1990: Hank Bauer, Scott McGregor
  • 1991: Hal Brown
  • 1992: Gene Woodling
  • 1993: Don Buford
  • 1994: Mike Flanagan
  • 1995: George Bamberger, Chuck Thompson*
  • 1996: Jerry Hoffberger, Billy Hunter, Cal Ripken, Sr.
  • 1997: Harry Dalton, Rick Dempsey, Davey Johnson
  • 1998: Bobby Grich, Lee MacPhail, Lee May
  • 1999: Frank Cashen, Eddie Murray
  • 2000: Jack Dunn III, Tippy Martinez, Eddie Watt
  • 2001: Mike Boddicker, Elrod Hendricks, Hank Peters
  • 2002: Rex Barney, Dennis Martinez, Hoyt Wilhelm
  • 2003: Bob Brown, Cal Ripken, Jr.
  • 2004: Brady Anderson, Ernie Tyler*
  • 2006: Doug DeCinces, Chris Hoiles, Ralph Salvon, Eddie Weidner
  • 2007: B.J. Surhoff, Bill O'Donnell*
  • 2008: William "Wild Bill" Hagy**, Gregg Olson, Phil Itzoe
  • 2009: Harold Baines, Julie Wagner*
  • 2010: Lenny Johnston, Johnny Oates, Ray Miller
  • 2011: Richie Bancells, Mike Bordick
  • 2012: Rich Dauer, Mike Mussina, Walter Youse*
  • 2013: Roberto Alomar, Don Pries*
  • 2015: Melvin Mora, John Lowenstein, Gary Roenicke, Fred Uhlman Sr.*
  • 2018: Brian Roberts, Fred Manfra*
  • 2020: Mo Gaba**
  • 2021: Mike Devereaux, J.J. Hardy, Joe Angel*

* Denotes Herbert E. Armstrong Award Recipient

** Denotes William “Wild Bill” Hagy Award Recipient

Orioles Hall of Fame - In Alphabetical Order

  • 2013: Roberto Alomar
  • 2004: Brady Anderson
  • 2021: Joe Angel*
  • 1982: Luis Aparicio
  • 2009: Harold Baines
  • 1995: George Bamberger
  • 2011: Richie Bancells*
  • 1988: Steve Barber
  • 2002: Rex Barney*
  • 1990: Hank Bauer
  • 1983: Mark Belanger
  • 1984: Paul Blair
  • 2001: Mike Boddicker
  • 2011: Mike Bordick
  • 2003: Bob Brown*
  • 1991: Hal Brown
  • 1993: Don Buford
  • 1987: Al Bumbry
  • 1999: Frank Cashen*
  • 1982: Mike Cuellar
  • 1997: Harry Dalton*
  • 2012: Rich Dauer
  • 2006: Doug DeCinces
  • 1997: Rick Dempsey
  • 2021: Mike Devereaux
  • 2000: Jack Dunn III*
  • 1994: Mike Flanagan
  • 2020: Mo Gaba**
  • 1989: Jim Gentile
  • 1998: Bobby Grich
  • 2008: William "Wild Bill" Hagy**
  • 1989: Dick Hall
  • 2021: J.J. Hardy
  • 2001: Elrod Hendricks
  • 1996: Jerry Hoffberger*
  • 2006: Chris Hoiles
  • 1996: Billy Hunter
  • 2008: Phil Itzoe*
  • 1997: Davey Johnson
  • 2010: Lenny Johnston*
  • 2015: John Lowenstein
  • 1998: Lee MacPhail*
  • 2018: Fred Manfra*
  • 2002: Dennis Martinez
  • 2000: Tippy Martinez
  • 1998: Lee May
  • 1990: Scott McGregor
  • 1978: Dave McNally
  • 2010: Ray Miller
  • 1989: Stu Miller
  • 2015: Melvin Mora
  • 1999: Eddie Murray
  • 2012: Mike Mussina
  • 2010: Johnny Oates
  • 2007: Bill O'Donnell*
  • 2008: Gregg Olson
  • 1986: Jim Palmer
  • 1985: Milt Pappas
  • 2001: Hank Peters*
  • 1979: Boog Powell
  • 2013: Don Pries*
  • 1984: Paul Richards
  • 2003: Cal Ripken, Jr.
  • 1996: Cal Ripken, Sr.
  • 2018: Brian Roberts
  • 1977: Brooks Robinson
  • 1977: Frank Robinson
  • 2015: Gary Roenicke
  • 2006: Ralph Salvon*
  • 1986: Ken Singleton
  • 2007: B.J. Surhoff
  • 1995: Chuck Thompson*
  • 1981: Gus Triandos
  • 2004: Ernie Tyler*
  • 2015: Fred Uhlman Sr.*
  • 2009: Julie Wagner*
  • 2000: Eddie Watt
  • 1983: Earl Weaver
  • 2006: Eddie Weidner*
  • 2002: Hoyt Wilhelm
  • 1992: Gene Woodling
  • 2012: Walter Youse*

* Denotes Herbert E. Armstrong Award Recipient

** Denotes William “Wild Bill” Hagy Award Recipient