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It seems like the Orioles became obsessed with the 1993 Toronto Blue Jays in the late 1990s, with mostly poor results. Of the seven members of that team who later joined the Birds, only Roberto Alomar made a real impact. Outfielder/designated hitter Joe Carter (1998) showed up just as the O's were going downhill. Joe's 34 RBI in 85 games sure didn't help, so he was shipped to the Giants for a warm body. Carter was just one of a succession of outfielder/designated hitter types who wore #29 in Baltimore. The others were the awful Luis Polonia (1996); free-swinging Pete Incaviglia (1997) and Geronimo Berroa (1997); and second-generation Oriole Derrick May (1999), whose father had worn #12 for the team.
Lesser lights among the twenty-nines are third base coach Tom Oliver (1954); pitcher Ray Moore (1955-1957), who did manage 33 wins in orange and black; southpaw Marcelino Lopez (1967); relievers Pat Clements (1992) and Gene Harris (1995); rookie third baseman Ivanon Coffie (2000); pitcher Jay Spurgeon (2000); and injury-riddled pitcher Kurt Ainsworth (2003-2004). First baseman Brandon Snyder (2011), the team's first-round draft pick in 2005, got a cup of coffee in May 2011 in #29 after debuting the previous September in #58.