oriole park at camden yards
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.
With tempers still smoldering in riot-torn Baltimore and nearby neighborhoods clearing out rubble and debris, the Orioles played a baseball game on Wednesday.
The Orioles will try to right themselves at Porcello’s expense Friday night to end their string of four consecutive defeats in the opener to a three-game series at Camden Yards.
To say that Oriole Adam Jones is swinging the bat well may be a slight understatement.
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.
Manager Buck Showalter will turn to Wei-Yin Chen against the Yankees (2-4), who Baltimore went 13-6 against last season – the first season-series win over New York since 1997.
Since Oriole Park at Camden Yards–or OPACY for short– was opened in 1992, it has been consistently rated among the top ballparks in the nation in atmosphere. The stadium greatly influenced how stadiums were built […]
The excitement of Opening Day began for me way back in my childhood. Since then, it’s had a holiday feel for me.
The Baltimore Orioles are inviting fans interested in purchasing full or partial season ticket plans to come to Tag Day on Saturday, March 21 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Starting Wednesday, March 11 at 10 a.m. fans can purchase individual tickets for Orioles regular season games at Camden Yards.