Tens of thousands of fans packed into Camden Yards on Friday night to see the Orioles take on the Red Sox.
The Orioles had a well attended ceremony for the unveiling of the statue of Hall of Fame first baseman Eddie Murray. Before the celebration even began the crowd erupted with the chants of “Eddie Eddie Eddie.”
It’s not a reach to say the kid from the North Baltimore Aquatic Club is the greatest Olympian of all time. And that got me thinking about how lucky Baltimore sports fans have been to have watched so many that have been considered among the Greatest Of All Time.
Hall of Fame third baseman Brooks Robinson remains hospitalized in Florida with a shoulder injury following a freak fall from a stage.
The Baltimore Orioles will present replicas of the six Hall of Fame sculptures of players to be recognized during the Orioles Legends Celebration Series.
What a day with the unveiling of the Brooks Robinson statue!
An interview with Brooks at his statue unveiling.
An emotional day for the “Human Vacuum Cleaner,” Brooks Robinson. Saturday, he finally got to see something years in the making.
On Saturday, outside of Camden Yards, a nine foot statue of former Baltimore Oriole Brooks Robinson will be unveiled.
A statue of Hall of Fame third baseman Brooks Robinson will be unveiled this weekend outside Baltimore’s Camden Yards.
Henry Rosenberg joined the Scott Garceau Show and talked about the new Brooks Robinson statue schedule to be unveiled on October 22nd.
He was known as the best third baseman to ever play the game. Brooks Robinson elevated the Orioles during his time in uniform and now his friends and fans are elevating him on a permanent perch across from the ballpark.