Venue Details

98 Star Starred
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
333 West Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201
888-848-2473
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Goldstar Member
Parking is only $10 and not hard to get in or out of lot and back to highway.
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Goldstar Member
Concessions are good and the prices are reasonable
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jor.
Check the weather before you go!
info Apr 13 2009 star this tip starred
Sarassweet
It's the ballpark - expect to spend $$. But you can take food and water in. No glass bottles though.
info Apr 13 2009 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
If you go early, you can get autographs.
info Apr 14 2009 star this tip starred

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attended Apr 10 2009

camdens yards is a great park and hard to get abad seat. however the tickets were great. the price i paid was great. had a wonderful time

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attended Apr 10 2009

The baseball game was great & the awesomeness of the seats really surprised me! I wasn't really paying attention to the seating when I bought the tickets; they were so... continued

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The defending American League Champions come to Baltimore, as Nick Markakis and the Orioles host the Tampa Bay Rays.  American League East rivals of the Orioles, the Rays were a surprise league champion behind such young stars as Evan Longoria, Carl Crawford, and B.J. Upton. Fleece scarves are distributed to the first 10,000 fans ages 15 and up.

About the Ticket Supplier: Baltimore Orioles

One of the American League's eight charter franchises, the club was founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1901. Then the Milwaukee Brewers (not to be confused with the current Milwaukee Brewers, which began as an expansion team, the Seattle Pilots, in 1969 before moving to Wisconsin in 1970), moved to St. Louis in 1902 and became the St. Louis Browns. It was not until 1954 that the Browns moved to Baltimore and became the Orioles.