I was drilling down through my hobby closet and found this set in a binder. I've had it in there so long that it was in the old 'side-load' type pages. The kind that sparked the "They Will Damage Your Cards!!!" panic of the 1980s.
Like so many oddball sets of that era I can't remember how I originally picked this one up but I'm guessing it was through the classified ads that ran in Baseball Collectors Digest back then.
I don't know much about it other than what I can gleen from the reverse side of the cards. It was put out in 1981 by a company called 'The Franchise' based in Bel Air, Maryland. A bit of googling came up with a few references, the first were this long expired Worthpoint auction listing and a recent eBay sale. The Standard Catalog of Baseball Cards by Bob Lemke lists the set and one other by the same company that focuses on Brooks Robinson.
The first two cards are shown at the top, #1 being a line drawn rendering of the famous (at least to Orioles fans) photo of Brooks Robinson's leap towards Dave McNally and Andy Etchebarren. Card #2 is the team picture.