Beginning with the 1954 season, a club formerly known as the St. Louis Browns had found a new home, a new name, and a new legacy in the city of Baltimore. The new Baltimore Orioles had drawn over a million fans to home games during their inaugural season, and today Baltimore fans are more committed than ever. The club has won five American League pennants and three World Series, and is home to Hall of Famers such as Eddie Murray, Jim Palmer, Brooks Robinson, Frank Robinson, Earl Weaver, and of course, Cal Ripken, Jr. “The Iron Man” Ripken is a 19-time All-Star and is best known for one of baseball's most memorable moments ever, when he broke what was thought to be an unbreakable record set by the great Lou Gehrig. In fact, he broke Gehrig's consecutive game streak of 2,131 by over 500 games, voluntarily ending his streak at 2,632 games.
Grab your Orioles tickets today and visit Oriole Park at Camden Yards, which is located in downtown Baltimore just a short walk from the city's historic Inner Harbor. Open since 1992, the park is thought to have changed stadium design forever. Rather than being a multi-purpose stadium surrounded by parking lots, Oriole Park at Camden Yards took on the old-fashioned, urban aesthetic of downtown Baltimore. This became a standard for new parks which plays a crucial role in revitalizing historic, urban neighborhoods across the country. Visit Best Available Tickets to find the best Orioles tickets at the lowest prices, and plan your game-day visit now!