The Baltimore Orioles made the playoffs in 2012. That was the first time the franchise had achieved postseason success in 15 years.
The fans erupted with a standing ovation and upon his arrival to the field, they cheered again when a smaller version of the bronze sculpture was unveiled in front of the pitcher’s mound.
There was plenty of excitement before the Orioles-Red Sox game on Saturday. There was a tribute to one of the best Orioles in history.
Tens of thousands of fans packed into Camden Yards on Friday night to see the Orioles take on the Red Sox.
Much of the action at Oriole Park happens on the diamond, but organizers of a 5K walk/run decided to stick to the outfield.
A history-making event takes place at Camden Yards on Saturday. But this one doesn’t have anything to do with baseball. It’s all about saving lives.
Packing Camden Yards during the week, which was the norm during the playoff years in 1996 and 1997, might be unrealistic.
Orioles outfielder Nate McLouth, the hero of last night’s game, joined The Norris & Davis Show to talk about the march to a .500 season and a run at the playoffs.
On Sept. 6, 2012 in game 137 the Orioles baseball world was as good as it has ever been. The crowd was electric from the first Jason Hammel pitch and when Matt Wieters dropped a 3-run homer inside the left field foul pole the place exploded as the Orioles took a 4-nothing first inning lead.
A loud Orioles’ crowd greeted the Yanks on Cal’s big night.
Friday morning in Camden Yards looks much different than it did the night before. Fans packed the place for a sold-out showdown– the first of four against the New York Yankees. But the game wasn’t the only thing that had fans excited.
Seventeen years ago, all eyes were on Baltimore Oriole Cal Ripken Jr. as he set a game-streak record that still has not been broken. And Thursday, he is honored at Camden Yards in front of a packed house with Orioles legends looking on.