Shortstop/second baseman/third baseman/outfielder and general utility-man Robert Andino has been a member of the Orioles' organization for four years now.
That means he's seen the team lose an average of 96 games per season. He's started 208 of those games, becoming a regular fixture in Baltimore's talent-stricken lineup.
And according to Comcast Sportsnet, the losses must be taking a toll on the 27-year old infielder.
Look how his smile has faded off his face over the last three seasons. In 2010, so eager to be a member of the team's regular rotation, his smile stretched from ear to ear. Last season, he smirked, but you could tell he was getting ready for another terrible season filled with losses to the Yankees and Red Sox.
And these days, he can barely feign interest in taking his team photo. Maybe next year he'll yawn.