Orioles Opening Day – April 6

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With spring comes a new season of Orioles baseball. Many Marylanders will flock to Camden Yards on April 6, 2012 to catch the first Orioles game of the season as the Baltimore Orioles will play the Minnesota Twins. For some, Opening Day is a tradition which marks the beginning of spring.

A big highlight for this season’s schedule – the Orioles will host the New York Yankees three times in Baltimore. If you are able to catch one of the big teams like the New York Yankees or Boston Red Sox, you may want to purchase tickets early.

You won’t go hungry while watching an O’s game. You can nosh on a pit beef sandwich, hot dog, burger, crab cake, fries and more. While watching the game, grab a soda, beer or water plus peanuts, nachos and popcorn. Vendors selling drinks and treats canvas the stadium, so you’ll be able to flag down a vendor without missing a minute of the game.

Going to an O’s game is fun. Participate in spontaneous eruptions of the “wave.” Watch the big screen for the shell game or the race between ketchup, mustard and relish. Stand and rally the players with a bugle inspired “Charge!” There are nights that feature free t-shirts, floppy hats or bobble head dolls. On certain nights after the game, watch for the fireworks and laser show.

Getting to an O’s game is pretty easy. Drive and park at one of the lots or garages. If you don’t want to look for parking, take the Light Rail. The Light Rail drops you off right at Camden Yards.

See you at Camden Yards! Go O’s!

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