Over the last 14 seasons, the Baltimore Orioles have spent pretty much all of their time looking up at their division rivals in the AL East standings.
Entering Wednesday's action, however, the Orioles and New York Yankees are tied atop their division. For the first time in over a decade, the Yankees are worrying about the O's in September.
Now of course, with just under a month left of the baseball season, anything can happen. Any one team can still jump up and take their division, or a Wild Card slot.
But right now, the O's have a few advantages over the Yankees. And with those advantages, the Orioles hope to catapult themselves into the division lead over the course of the rest of the week.
Let's take a look.