The reason being to the discontinuation of the recent tradition is safety related, not wanting to risk injuring a teammate with the aggressive nature of the celebration. Understandable, but the news still comes as a bummer for Birdland.
Jones still wishes to continue his relationship with Dangerously Delicious Pies, who became the supplier of the pies for the celebration over the past couple of seasons. He is also looking for new ideas on how to celebrate wins at Camden Yards in 2016.
I might have some TERRIBLE news for O's fans ðŸ˜–ðŸ˜–ðŸ˜–ðŸ˜–ðŸ˜–ðŸ˜–ðŸ˜–ðŸ˜–ðŸ˜–-- 10 (@SimplyAJ10) February 27, 2016
It's no ones fault. It's just about safety. At the end of the day it can be dangerous so we're being smart.-- 10 (@SimplyAJ10) February 27, 2016
Pantsing is a funny idea, but probably won't go over well, especially on a television broadcast. But I like where your head's at, No. 10.
Relive some of the best pie moments as we say goodbye to the fan-favorite tradition.