Baltimore Orioles Top 5 All-Time Leaders in Career Stolen Bases

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1. Brady Anderson – 307 stolen bases

Brady Anderson played for the Orioles from 1989 to 2001, coming to the team in a trade with the Boston Red Sox that sent him and Curt Schilling to Baltimore in exchange for Mike Boddicker.

Anderson, a Maryland native, was extremely productive for the Orioles, and ended up earning three All-Star appearances during his time in Baltimore.

His best season with the team came in 1996 when he slashed .297/.396/.637 with 50 home runs, 117 runs, 110 RBIs, and 21 stolen bases, one of the best seasons in Orioles history and a career-high in home runs for him.

His career-best stolen base year came in 1992 when he stole 53 bases, though he was a constant stolen base threat his entire career, stealing at least 15 bases in every season from 1989 to 2000 except for one in 1991 when he stole 12.

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Anderson played his final season of his career with the Cleveland Indians, playing in just 34 games for the team before retiring. He was eventually inducted into the Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame in 2004.