BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Orioles made history Tuesday night, but for all the wrong reasons.

The O’s became the fastest team in MLB history to allow 100 home runs.

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The Yankees hit three home runs in their 11-4 victory on Tuesday night to hand the O’s that unwanted mark in the history books.

Yankees’ second baseman Gleyber Torres has done a number on O’s pitching this season. He has hit 10 home runs this season and eight — yes, you read that correctly; eight home runs against the O’s.

The Twins’ lineup has also done a number against the Orioles pitching staff this year, including hitting eight in one game in a 16-7 victory earlier in the season.

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As it seems to be every year, the O’s pitching staff could use some work.