The Orioles start a new season with Opening Day, taking on the Boston Red Sox Monday afternoon.
For six decades, Baltimore baseball fans have been cheering for the Orioles. In that time, there has been plenty to celebrate.
Four days until Opening Day, and crews are hard at work making sure Oriole Park is ready. There is a lot left to do.
The countdown to opening day continues. Orioles fans are in for a treat this season. There is whole line of brand new merchandise plus some delicious new food items!
The family of a 10-year-old girl hit in the head by a baseball during batting practice at Oriole Park at Camden Yards is suing the Baltimore Orioles and Maryland Stadium Authority.
While the Baltimore Orioles are soaking up the sun in Florida, Nicole McFadyen, the head groundskeeper at Camden Yards, is waiting for yet another layer of snow to melt so she can resume preparations for opening day.
Counting down to baseball season. The Orioles hold open tryouts for ballgirls and ballboys. This year will be extra special for the birds, who celebrate their 60th season in Baltimore.
This weekend, 27,000 people from 50 states and 12 countries will lace up their running shoes for Saturday’s Baltimore Running Festival. The honorary starter has an incredible survivor story.
Chris Tillman (16-7, 3.62) starts for the Orioles looking to wrap up his outstanding season with his first win in four starts. The right-hander ranks among the AL leaders in wins with a total that matches that of his previous four years.
(AP) — The Baltimore Orioles’ chances for a second straight postseason appearance have officially been dashed, largely due to the club’s prolonged offensive slump.
The crowd at Oriole Park Saturday wasn’t there for the game. Their cause is life and death.
Here are four suggestions on where to spend four days experiencing Baltimore.