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Oriole Park At Camden Yards Schedule
Oriole Park at Camden Yards is the home stadium of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team, a true testament to the National Pastime. Stock up on tickets to Oriole Park at Camden Yards and catch the baseball in person. Baltimore has seen lots and lots of great baseball games have gone down at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and if you buy tickets you can see the Baltimore Orioles baseball fun in person. Get Oriole Park at Camden Yards tickets now and get out to one of the most popular venues in Baltimore, Maryland. Ever since Oriole Park at Camden Yards opened in 1992 it has been one of the hottest destinations for baseball fans. Watch the Baltimore Orioles take on the best in MLB baseball and get your Oriole Park at Camden Yards tickets right here!
Unique among MLB ballparks in terms of its unmatched influence in new stadium construction, Oriole ballpark at Camden Yards tickets are worth the price of admission just to see the park itself. The first of the "retro" major league ballparks that were built during the 1990s and early 2000s, anyone who visits Oriole Park at Camden Yards walks away impressed. There isn't a bad Camden Yards seat, so if you get out there you'll see some great moments. With its unique throwback architecture in a baseball town, Camden Yards provides an incredible location to take in a Baltimore Orioles baseball game with some great Camden Yards tickets. A testament to the popularity of Camden Yards is the fact that the park was the fastest ballpark to reach 50 million fans, which they did in 17 seasons. That's a lot of Orioles tickets sold, and quick!
Oriole Park at Camden Yards replaced Memorial Stadium in 1992. One of the most memorable events in MLB history took place at Camden yards, when Cal Ripken Jr. broke Lou Gehrig's record of 2,130 consecutive games. That moment captured the attention of the country, and even President Bill Clinton had Camden Yards tickets that night, September 6, 1995. Clinton would get Orioles tickets again on October 6, 2001, which was Ripken's final MLB game.
One of the many interesting aspects of Camden Yards is the fact that the two-tiered bullpen area was designed after submissions by the public. Outside of Camden Yards Stadium is the statue Babe's Dream, which was designed by Susan Luery. Another of the quirks that you can enjoy with Camden Yards seats is the scoreboard, which advertises the Baltimore Sun. Keep an eye on the H during gameplay, because the H and E flash when a hit or an error happens. No matter where you look on the Camden Yards map, you can see something that makes the stadium special. There is good times all over the stadium, so check out the Camden Yards seating chart by clicking on a game above, find the tickets you want and see some good baseball in person.
Because of its unique and influential place among baseball stadiums, Camden Yards tickets are going to be selling fast this season. Baseball Stadiums influenced by Camden Yards are varied and widespread. Even before the construction of Camden Yards, it was being looked at for inspiration in the construction of other MLB stadiums. Some of the ballparks that have been influenced to some degree by Orioles Camden Yards include Rangers Ballpark at Arlington, Coors Field, Safeco Field, Bush Stadium, Citizens Bank Park, Citi Field, Target Field and many more. Get out there and see what all the fuss is about and get some Camden Yards tickets right away.
Oriole Park At Camden Yards Address:333 West Camden St
Baltimore, MD 21201
United States of America
Oriole Park At Camden Yards Parking:
Limited parking offered in Lot B and C at field, on a first-come, first-served basis. Off-site, over 30,000 spaces are located in secure garages and open lots throughout the downtown/Inner Harbor area within a short walk of Oriole Park.
Children ages 2 and older must have a ticket
Can bring cameras and video recorders for personal use, but not for reproducing the game.