It’s summertime in Baltimore and excitement is in the air. Baseball is being played at Camden Yards and everyone is hoping for another winning season of Adam Jones and Manny Machado homers, so get your Orioles tickets today. The one-time railroad center is just west of Baltimore’s Inner Harbour and a scant two blocks from where Babe Ruth was born. With sculptures of Cal Ripken and Eddie Murray bringing back memories of baseball greats, it is a perfect location for America’s favorite pastime – baseball.
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Baltimore Orioles History
The Orioles have a long and proud history. Founded in 1894 as the Milwaukee Brewers, the franchise spent over 50 years in St Louis before moving to Baltimore. The Orioles were one of the American League's original franchises when the league was founded in 1901. The team had their period of greatest success from in the 60s, 70s and 80s, where they won 3 World Series (and made 6 appearances). In total the Orioles have won 7 Pennants and 9 division titles. The team can also boast having numerous legends play for them like Eddie Murray, Brooks Robinson and many more.
The Orioles play their home games at the famed and much-praised Camden Park. The stadium was the first of the 'retro' stadiums that were built in the 90s and early 2000s, using bricks, green seats and green-painted exposed steel with fans loving this classic look. The stadium has a capacity of nearly 46,000 and is situated in Downtown Baltimore near the inner harbour. The first game that took place at Camden Yards was against the Cleveland Indians back in 1992. Get tickets to see this famous team at this classic venue by buying Baltimore Orioles tickets now.