Tickets to the Baltimore Orioles

Baltimore Orioles Tickets

MAY 18
Sun, TBA

Minnesota Twins vs. Baltimore Orioles
Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

MAY 19
Mon, TBA

Minnesota Twins vs. Baltimore Orioles
Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

MAY 20
Tue, TBA

Minnesota Twins vs. Baltimore Orioles
Target Field, Minneapolis, MN

 

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About the Baltimore Orioles

Do you want to attend a Baltimore Orioles game? The O’s play at Oriole Park at Camden Yards located on West Camden Street in downtown Charm City. An Orioles game is an exciting affair with great baseball and vociferous fans.

The Orioles are part of the American League East. They have fierce rivalries with the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. They also have a geographical rivalry with the Washington Nationals of the National League.

Some of the all-time great Orioles include Cal Ripken, Jr., Frank Robinson, Brooks Robinson, Jim Palmer, and Eddie Murray.

Baltimore Orioles News

Orioles to honor Frank Robinson on uniforms
The Orioles will honor late icon Frank Robinson during Grapefruit League play and will continue to do so throughout the season, with a patch on the sleeves of their uniforms. The patch features Robinson's No. 20 in orange against a black background.

Pitch clocks nothing new to younger players
Pitch clocks are set to make their Spring Training debuts this week, and it will be in games featuring hordes of players for whom playing on a timer is nothing new.

Mountcastle tries 1B as O's preach versatility
Taking reps behind Chris Davis at first base, Orioles prospect Ryan Mountcastle became the most high-profile participant yet in the club's grand spring experiment.

 





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