Where in the Yard? (Updated w/Answer)

For this week's 'Where in the Yard?' you'll have to think outside the lines, but don't worry, you've all see this particular piece of the Yard before - and I even know some people who think touching this bright yellow piece of Oriole Park is good luck - though for you or the Birds, I'm not sure.

So as always, take a look at the photo below and let us know what the item is and where it's located in or around Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

And remember, this is your last chance to rack up as many points as you can before we close out the month of July and award another 'Where in the Yard?' winner here in the Orioles Buzz.

Good Luck!

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Update: Congrats to fayeber, who was our first O's fan to guess this week's 'Where in the Yard?' image correctly. Brandt (o's fan), Austin, AJ, Chris in Baltimore, Lauren, Wes in York, Charles B from SP, Dom, Heathir, Ryan S, Bob St, and Scotty B have it as well!

Also, as a side note, since I haven't noted this part of the process in quite a while: After submitting your guesses using the comment box below, your comments will be held until Wednesday afternoons in order to avoid revealing the answer before giving you a few days to get your guesses in. If you have signed up to have your comments published instantly, I'll still attempt to hold them as well until the reveal on Wednesday afternoon...

Nice work this week O's fans!

Oliver, Corey, Avi M, Jeff, Lee R, and Amy also have this one as well...

Answer: There wasn't any fooling you O's fans this week, as everyone seemed to readily recognize one of the foul poles at OPACY - the right field foul pole to be specific.

Many of you even knew which one it was and relayed the bit of trivia that Oriole Park's right field foul pole was in fact brought over from Memorial Stadium. (And yes, that little tidbit was good for a bonus point too!)

Also, don't forget to keep an eye out here in the O's Buzz, as I'll announce a July winner by week's end...

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