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Baltimore Orioles

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The 2018 Baltimore Orioles season was the 118th and worst season in Baltimore Orioles franchise history, the 65th in Baltimore, and the 27th at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
However, the 2018 team finished with a franchise-worst record of 47–115, prompting the team to move on from Showalter and Duquette following the season's conclusion.

2018 Houston Astros season

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With their 113th loss coming via a 2–1 defeat to the Houston Astros on September 28, 2018, the Orioles failed to reach 50 wins, the first team to do so since the Detroit Tigers in 2003 who went 43-119 (.265).
Houston began the season March 29 against the Texas Rangers and finished the season on September 30 against the Baltimore Orioles.

1988 Baltimore Orioles season

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They suffered their 100th loss of the season on September 7 against the Tampa Bay Rays, the first time they have done so since 1988.
This was only the second time that the Orioles had lost at least 100 games (the other being their inaugural season of 1954); in addition, the 107 losses would remain a Baltimore record until the 2018 edition broke it, and it was the second-worst overall franchise record, behind only the 1939 St. Louis Browns (43-111), which was also surpassed by the 2018 Orioles, en route to a 47-115 finish.

1962 New York Mets season

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Finished 61 games behind the AL East-leading Boston Red Sox (first team to be behind 60+ games behind in their division since the 1962 Mets) and 50 games behind the 2nd wild card-holder Oakland Athletics
The Mets were the latest team to be 60+ games behind in a division before the 2018 Baltimore Orioles finished 61 games behind the World Series Champion Boston Red Sox.

2018 Tampa Bay Rays season

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They suffered their 100th loss of the season on September 7 against the Tampa Bay Rays, the first time they have done so since 1988.

1939 St. Louis Browns season

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On September 26, 2018, they lost the first game of a doubleheader against the Boston Red Sox to set a new overall franchise record with their 112th loss; the previous worst mark was .279 in 1939, when they were known as the St. Louis Browns.
The Browns lost a franchise record 111 games—not surpassed until the 2018 Baltimore Orioles (the team moved from St. Louis to Baltimore in )—and finished 64.5 games out of first place.

2018 Boston Red Sox season

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Finished 61 games behind the AL East-leading Boston Red Sox (first team to be behind 60+ games behind in their division since the 1962 Mets) and 50 games behind the 2nd wild card-holder Oakland Athletics On September 26, 2018, they lost the first game of a doubleheader against the Boston Red Sox to set a new overall franchise record with their 112th loss; the previous worst mark was .279 in 1939, when they were known as the St. Louis Browns.
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2018 New York Yankees season

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On September 22, 2018, they reached the 110 loss mark with a 3–2 loss to the New York Yankees. Trading away Manny Machado (Dodgers), Zach Britton (Yankees), Jonathan Schoop (Brewers), Darren O'Day (Braves), Kevin Gausman (Braves), and Brad Brach (Braves) midseason.

2018 Toronto Blue Jays season

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On September 17, 2018, they lost 5–0 against the Toronto Blue Jays, suffering their 107th loss and tying the 1988 Baltimore Orioles for the most losses in a single season.
The Jays then made their first trip to Camden Yards to take on the Baltimore Orioles.

2018 Kansas City Royals season

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They significantly failed to improve upon their 80-82 record the previous year, reaching 100+ losses for the first time since 2006 and finishing 58-104, the second-worst record in the 2018 MLB season, ahead of only the Baltimore Orioles, who finished 47-115.

2018 Oakland Athletics season

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Finished 61 games behind the AL East-leading Boston Red Sox (first team to be behind 60+ games behind in their division since the 1962 Mets) and 50 games behind the 2nd wild card-holder Oakland Athletics

2018 Minnesota Twins season

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The Twins began the season on March 29 on the road against the Baltimore Orioles and ended the season at home against the Chicago White Sox.

2018 Atlanta Braves season

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Trading away Manny Machado (Dodgers), Zach Britton (Yankees), Jonathan Schoop (Brewers), Darren O'Day (Braves), Kevin Gausman (Braves), and Brad Brach (Braves) midseason.

2018 Washington Nationals season

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The Nationals completed the sweep behind a five-inning start by Strasburg on May 27. Washington kept on rolling as it swept the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in a three-game interleague set that included two shutouts.

Buck Showalter

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On October 3, 2018, it was announced that manager Buck Showalter would not be re-signed by the organization in any capacity, ending his 9 year tenure with the Orioles.

Max Scherzer

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With a 2–0 win over Baltimore on May 30, Scherzer procured career win number 150, while striking out 12 over eight shutout innings.