Baseball fans can catch a few games prior to Opening Day this Sunday at Camden Yards, but it won’t be the Orioles up to bat just yet. Continue reading
Nestled between the city of Brotherly Love and the nation’s Capital as well as the birthplace of Olympians Michael Phelps, professional baseball icons Cal Ripken, Jr. and Babe Ruth along with many more, Charm City boasts an atmosphere and sports culture deep in its roots. Continue reading
The Color Run came to Baltimore last year and started a tradition of fun, community spirit and color. For those of you who do not know what The Color Run is, it is a 5K held at numerous locations across the country. The Color Run (TCR) is more than just a 5K though; it’s a celebration of life, happiness and community.
With less than a month until Opening Day on April 6th, we re-visited Camden Yards to see the improvements and modifications that have been made to the stadium. Over a month ago, we highlighted the renovations that were starting to take place this off season at Camden Yards to make Oriole Park more of a year-round facility. These improvements were designed to coincide with the celebration of 20 years at Camden Yards for the Orioles. Continue reading
As the Orioles prepare to celebrate 20 years at Oriole Park at Camden Yards this season, the stadium is getting a bit of a makeover. It was announced back in December that renovations would start taking place this off season to make the stadium into more of a year-round facility. Subtle improvements to the stadium started prior to the 2011 season on the lower concourse.