Jeremy talks about the sights and sounds of a major league game played in an empty ballpark.
No fans, no problem for the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday afternoon against the Chicago White Sox.
This is unprecedented. Never before in Major League Baseball history has they been a game when the fans were shut out.
Instead of taking the opportunity to show our city’s resolve, we are caving. We are showing that we’ve been battered, pushed down to the ground and aren’t well enough to stand up yet.
The Baltimore Orioles are scheduled to face the White Sox today with an empty Camden Yards.
Delmon Young drove in five runs, Chris Davis homered and the Baltimore Orioles received a bounce-back pitching performance from Bud Norris in an 18-7 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Sunday.
A low ranking for the Orioles means huge savings for baseball fans at Camden Yards.
Sabathia looks to recover from some bad luck in his season opener and win for the first time in seven regular-season outings at Baltimore on Tuesday night.
Jose Bautista hit the last of Toronto’s three home runs, and the Blue Jays beat the Baltimore Orioles 10-7 Sunday to complete a solid season-opening road trip.
Ubaldo Jimenez struck out eight and allowed one single over seven sparkling innings, Jonathan Schoop hit a grand slam and the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 7-1 Saturday night.
The Baltimore Orioles’ home opener will be an emotional experience for Chris Davis, who hasn’t played a significant game at Camden Yards since last September.
Baseball is almost back in Baltimore. In just one day, the 2014 A.L. East Champions will take the field in front of a sold out crowd. It’s not just the game fans are looking forward to–baseball games are definitely also about the food.