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Baltimore Orioles vs Minnesota Twins
August 31, 2014
Sunday - 1:35 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs Minnesota Twins
September 01, 2014
Monday - 1:35 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs Cincinnati Reds
September 02, 2014
Tuesday - 7:05 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs Cincinnati Reds
September 03, 2014
Wednesday - 7:05 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs Cincinnati Reds
September 04, 2014
Thursday - 7:05 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs New York Yankees (Rescheduled from 81214)
September 12, 2014
Friday - 1:05 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs New York Yankees
September 12, 2014
Friday - 7:05 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs New York Yankees
September 13, 2014
Saturday - 1:05 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs New York Yankees
September 14, 2014
Sunday - 8:00 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs Toronto Blue Jays
September 15, 2014
Monday - 7:05 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs Toronto Blue Jays
September 16, 2014
Tuesday - 7:05 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs Toronto Blue Jays
September 17, 2014
Wednesday - 7:05 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs Boston Red Sox
September 19, 2014
Friday - 7:05 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs Boston Red Sox
September 20, 2014
Saturday - 7:05 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles vs Boston Red Sox
September 21, 2014
Sunday - 1:35 PM
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Orioles Information

Baseball is one of the most popular team sports in the US today. For many generations, people enjoyed going to ball parks to see a baseball game. It has become a tradition and, to some, an obsession. After all, the game play of this sport epitomizes the competitiveness of our nation, while still exuding an aura of sportsmanship. Truly, one of the most entertaining things to enjoy is to watch a baseball game.

The Orioles is a baseball franchise that represents the city of Baltimore in Maryland in the Major League. The baseball club already had its beginnings as the Milwaukee Brewers as early as 1894. The Milwaukee Brewers used to play at the Lloyd Street Grounds. The team would eventually move to St. Louis in 1902 and come to be known as the St. Louis Browns. During this period, the baseball club shared their home court with the Cardinals at the Sportsman’s Park. The baseball franchise was eventually bought by Bill Veeck in 1951. Veeck held ownership of the franchise from 1951 to 1954, and eventually sold the franchise to a Baltimore-based group led by attorney Clarence Miles and brewer Jerry Hofberger. The team was then relocated to Baltimore, and they renamed the team as the Baltimore Orioles.

The Baltimore Orioles did not make much of an impact in the early years after they moved from St. Louis. The Orioles started to pick up pace in 1966, and perhaps most notable for that year is when the Orioles acquired Hall of Famer Frank Robinson. Robinson helped the Orioles win the 1966 American League pennant and the 1966 World Series.

The Baltimore Orioles enjoyed much success for almost a decade and a half, having a successful run from 1966 to 1983. During this period, the Orioles were able to bag three World Series titles in 1966, 1970, and 1983. Orioles’ fans with Orioles tickets also got their money’s worth, with the team winning the American League pennant in 1966, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1979, and 1983. It was also during this period that the Orioles produced MVP’s in the person of sluggers Frank Robinson in 1969, Boog Powell in 1970, and shortstop Calvin Ripken, Jr. in 1983. The Orioles also produced many talented pitchers during this period, winning six Cy Young Awards in the person of Mike Cuellar in 1969, Jim Palmer, who won the award in 1973, 1975, and 1976, Mike Flanagan in 1979, and Steve Stone in 1980. During this time, the success of the Orioles was stormed by rabid fans, and Orioles tickets were selling like pancakes.

The Orioles was originally hosted at the Baltimore Memorial Stadium, and fans of the ball club with Orioles tickets watched Orioles games at this venue, which can accommodate more than 31,000 spectators. The Team would then move to the Oriole Park at Camden Yards in1992.

More than 48,262 spectators with Orioles tickets can be accommodated at the Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Construction of the Orioles’ host started on the 28th of June 1989, and it was officially opened on the 6th of April, 2002. The 1993 MLB All Star Game was hosted by the Orioles.

In 1995, Orioles Hall of Famer Cal Ripken, Jr. broke the consecutive games streak posted by Lough Greigh. Cal Ripken, Jr. recorded a streak of 2,132 straight games, ending his streak on the 20th of September, 1998, against the New York Yankees.

In 2005, The Orioles wowed with a very successful start, holding on to the top spot of the American League East Division for 62 consecutive days.

Over its rich history, the Orioles has produced numerous Hall of Famers. Among these is Lois Ernesto Aparicio, who played for the Baltimore-based team from 1963-1967. Another notable former Oriole is “Mr. October” Reggie Jackson, who played for the Orioles in 1976.

Orioles Manager Earl Weaver is also a Hall of Famer. Weaver was the manager of the Orioles from 1968 to 1982, and from 1985 to 1986. The Orioles is the only MLB team that he has managed during his career. Weaver Ball was popularized during his tenure as the Orioles manager. The Orioles won 6 Eastern Division titles, four American League pennants, and a World Series championship during his tenure. Oriole fans affectionately refer to Earl Weaver as the Earl of Baltimore. The 1996 Hall of Fame inductee recorded a managerial record of 480-1,060 (.583), including 100+ win seasons in 1969(109), 1970(108), 1971(101), 1979(102), and 1980(100). His only major league team with a winning percentage of less than .500 was the 1986 Orioles.

The Baltimore Orioles current 40-man roster includes:

Pitchers

• 28 Danys Baez
• 45 Erik Bedard
• 34 Kris Benson
• 25 Kurt Birkins
• 52 Chad Bradford
• 56 Brian Burres
• 35 Daniel Cabrera
• 46 Jeremy Guthrie
• 47 Jim Hoey
• 59 Jim Johnson
• 29 Adam Loewen
• 36 John Parrish
• 49 Hayden Penn
• 37 Chris Ray
• 43 Sendy Rleal
• 18 Steve Trachsel
• 32 Jamie Walker
• 53 Todd Williams
• 51 Scott Williamson
• 27 Jaret Wright

Catchers

• 9 Paul Bako
• 65 Adam Donachie
• 55 Ramon Hernandez

Infielders

• 12 Brandon Fahey
• 14 Chris Gomez
• 66 Luis Hernandez
• 6 Melvin Mora
• 1 Brian Roberts
• 10 Miguel Tejada
• 58 Eider Torres

Outfielders

• 57 Freddie Bynum
• 39 Jeff Fiorentino
• 31 Jay Gibbons
• 19 Aubrey Huff
• 63 Val Majewski
• 21 Nick Markakis
• 17 Corey Patterson
• 16 Jay Payton
• 40 Adam Stern

Designated Hitters

• 15 Kevin Millar

The Baltimore Orioles is currently managed by Sam Perlozzo. Tom Trebelhorn acts as the Bench Coach, Sam Mejias as the First Base Coach, Juan Samuel as the Third Base Coach, Terry Crowley as the Hitting Coach, and Leo Mazzone as the Pitching Coach.

Be sure to buy Orioles tickets to see your favorite players in action. Watch the Baltimore Orioles play at the Oriole Park at Camden Yards by buying Orioles tickets.

Baseball is one of the most popular team sports in the US today. For many generations, people enjoyed going to ball parks to see a baseball game. It has become a tradition and, to some, an obsession. After all, the game play of this sport epitomizes the competitiveness of our nation, while still exuding an aura of sportsmanship. Truly, one of the most entertaining things to enjoy is to watch a baseball game.

The Orioles is a baseball franchise that represents the city of Baltimore in Maryland in the Major League. The baseball club already had its beginnings as the Milwaukee Brewers as early as 1894. The Milwaukee Brewers used to play at the Lloyd Street Grounds. The team would eventually move to St. Louis in 1902 and come to be known as the St. Louis Browns. During this period, the baseball club shared their home court with the Cardinals at the Sportsman’s Park. The baseball franchise was eventually bought by Bill Veeck in 1951. Veeck held ownership of the franchise from 1951 to 1954, and eventually sold the franchise to a Baltimore-based group led by attorney Clarence Miles and brewer Jerry Hofberger. The team was then relocated to Baltimore, and they renamed the team as the Baltimore Orioles.

The Baltimore Orioles did not make much of an impact in the early years after they moved from St. Louis. The Orioles started to pick up pace in 1966, and perhaps most notable for that year is when the Orioles acquired Hall of Famer Frank Robinson. Robinson helped the Orioles win the 1966 American League pennant and the 1966 World Series.

The Baltimore Orioles enjoyed much success for almost a decade and a half, having a successful run from 1966 to 1983. During this period, the Orioles were able to bag three World Series titles in 1966, 1970, and 1983. Orioles’ fans with Orioles tickets also got their money’s worth, with the team winning the American League pennant in 1966, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1979, and 1983. It was also during this period that the Orioles produced MVP’s in the person of sluggers Frank Robinson in 1969, Boog Powell in 1970, and shortstop Calvin Ripken, Jr. in 1983. The Orioles also produced many talented pitchers during this period, winning six Cy Young Awards in the person of Mike Cuellar in 1969, Jim Palmer, who won the award in 1973, 1975, and 1976, Mike Flanagan in 1979, and Steve Stone in 1980. During this time, the success of the Orioles was stormed by rabid fans, and Orioles tickets were selling like pancakes.

The Orioles was originally hosted at the Baltimore Memorial Stadium, and fans of the ball club with Orioles tickets watched Orioles games at this venue, which can accommodate more than 31,000 spectators. The Team would then move to the Oriole Park at Camden Yards in1992.

More than 48,262 spectators with Orioles tickets can be accommodated at the Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Construction of the Orioles’ host started on the 28th of June 1989, and it was officially opened on the 6th of April, 2002. The 1993 MLB All Star Game was hosted by the Orioles.

In 1995, Orioles Hall of Famer Cal Ripken, Jr. broke the consecutive games streak posted by Lough Greigh. Cal Ripken, Jr. recorded a streak of 2,132 straight games, ending his streak on the 20th of September, 1998, against the New York Yankees.

In 2005, The Orioles wowed with a very successful start, holding on to the top spot of the American League East Division for 62 consecutive days.

Over its rich history, the Orioles has produced numerous Hall of Famers. Among these is Lois Ernesto Aparicio, who played for the Baltimore-based team from 1963-1967. Another notable former Oriole is “Mr. October” Reggie Jackson, who played for the Orioles in 1976.

Orioles Manager Earl Weaver is also a Hall of Famer. Weaver was the manager of the Orioles from 1968 to 1982, and from 1985 to 1986. The Orioles is the only MLB team that he has managed during his career. Weaver Ball was popularized during his tenure as the Orioles manager. The Orioles won 6 Eastern Division titles, four American League pennants, and a World Series championship during his tenure. Oriole fans affectionately refer to Earl Weaver as the Earl of Baltimore. The 1996 Hall of Fame inductee recorded a managerial record of 480-1,060 (.583), including 100+ win seasons in 1969(109), 1970(108), 1971(101), 1979(102), and 1980(100). His only major league team with a winning percentage of less than .500 was the 1986 Orioles.

The Baltimore Orioles is currently managed by Sam Perlozzo. Tom Trebelhorn acts as the Bench Coach, Sam Mejias as the First Base Coach, Juan Samuel as the Third Base Coach, Terry Crowley as the Hitting Coach, and Leo Mazzone as the Pitching Coach.

Be sure to buy Orioles tickets to see your favorite players in action. Watch the Baltimore Orioles play at the Oriole Park at Camden Yards by buying Orioles tickets.

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