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There are two orange seats here. In right-center, the landing spot of Eddie Murray’s 500th home run. In left, the honorary mark of Cal Ripken Jr.’s 278th HR ball, the record breaker for shortstops.
Located beyond right field, the B&O Warehouse is 439 feet from home plate. Built between 1898-1905, the warehouse is the longest building on the East Coast at 1,016 feet (but only 51 feet wide).
Did you know George Herman "Babe" Ruth was born 2 blocks away from the stadium?
You gotta see this field.
Check out Eutaw St. between the warehouse and the park; the Orioles organization has marked the spots where home runs have landed with small baseball-shaped bronze plaques embedded in the street.
2 non-green seats here, where E.Murray’s 500 homer landed and where Ripken’s 278 homer broke the ss homer record. Btw real fans yell “OH” when the national anthem hits “O say does that star spangled…”
Eat at Boog's BBQ... drink microbrews... yell "OHHHHHHH" during the National Anthem.
Fans travelling to Baltimore should go to the ballpark and take in the sights. Walk along Eutaw (pronounced Utah) street between the warehouse and the field to pick up some of Boog's BBQ.
As long as your drink is in plastic, non-alcoholic, and unopened, you can take it right on in. Anything else you have to be more creative with ;)
Cal Ripken Jr. often wore his little league uniform to bed so he could be ready for the next day’s game. To learn more tune in to Ken Burns's 'The Tenth Inning' on Sept. 28 and 29 on PBS.
et the feel and charm of an old-fashioned park here at the Orioles' home field. Play ball!
Go to the Warehouse Bar in right field. It is there you will find the plaque marking the location of Ken Griffey Jr.'s historic '96 Homerun Derby homer.
Before the game, go to Pickles Pub right outside the stadium. Beers are two for $4-5 and you can get a 1/3 lb. Burger across the street at a vendor for $5.
Top of 300 sections have shade and a breeze for hott summer days!
Great ballpark.. Unbelievable...
Go for the smell, stay for the lack of home team fans and prepare to bend over and take it on concession prices!
If you don't say "OH!" during the national anthem, you're an asshole.
Grab a beer and stroll down Eutaw Street and look down to see the plaques in the walkway showing where homeruns have hit. And don't forget the "OOOOOH!"
Go to Boog's Barbecue
Great Stadium, reminds me of Fenway. Be sure to check out the left field area and see the home run plaques. Troy O'Leary, Oh yeah!
great place to see a game. check out boog's bbq or a crab cake and get a beer from Clancy.
Navigate to Section 96, Row 7, Seat 23 - one of two orange seats in Camden Yards. Now SIT. This seat marks the location where Eddie Murray's 500th home run landed.
Navigate to Section 86, Row FF, Seat 10 - one of two orange seats in Camden Yards. Now SIT. This seat marks the location where Cal Ripken Jr's 278th homer beat Ernie Banks' record as SS.
YOU DO NOT DO THE WAVE WHEN OUR TEAM IS PITCHING!!!!!
FUCK THE YANKEES.
Sat in the outfield and had a great time.
Blue moon stand outside gate 79
One of the most beautiful ball parks in the country.
Try not to be too disappointed when your team loses
You need to visit colleges when the O's will be gracing the beautiful green grass! There isn't a better place for baseball, as well as some excellent colleges.
If you get there after 6pm and are lucky, you can find street parking nearby for $2/hr. Meters only charge for parking until 8pm, so only pay $4 for parking. Don't pay for outrageous parking fees!
Check in as a designated driver behind home plate b4 the second inning for two free small soda coupons
Left field bleachers is where it's at.
Ummm...Yes, there are Baltimore fans here today!
Let's go sox!!
Stadium is beautiful & clean but if you can you have to go on a stadium tour! So inexpensive & incredible - see club boxes, press rooms, and even sit in the dugout! Tour guides are so nice & funny!
Try a crabcakes & a beer 'tower' at the Marriott across the street.
On September 6, 1995, Cal Ripken Jr. played in his 2,131st consecutive game and became Major League Baseball's "Ironman", surpassing Lou Gehrig who previously held the record for 56 years.
For the baltimore experience, go to the natty boh bar and get a boh