With postseason baseball on the horizon, diehard Orioles fans are gearing up to watch the Birds host the first two games of the American League Division Series. Oriole Park at Camden Yards will be flooded with orange and black, and among the many fans will be nearly 1,400 at-risk children watching the games from Sections 96 and 98! The Orioles are inviting the children to experience the magic of postseason baseball through a program called the OriolesREACH Knothole Gang. Groups participating include: * Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore * City Springs Elementary School/Baltimore Curriculum Project * Dundalk Youth Services Center * Hampden Family Center * Living Classrooms Foundation * My Neighbors Foundation * My Sister's Circle * The Salvation Army of Central Maryland "The Orioles' ownership wants children to experience the excitement of postseason baseball live at Oriole Park at Camden Yards," Orioles vice president of communications and marketing Greg Bader said in a statement. In addition to bringing at-risk children to the Yard, the Orioles are auctioning off several pairs of front row, field box tickets to ALDS Game 1 and ALDS Game 2. Fans can visit www.orioles.com/auction until Tuesday, Sept. 30 at 8 p.m. (for Game 1) and Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. (for Game 2) to place their bids. "We encourage our fans to bid generously on the tickets currently available at auction to help these remarkable non-profit groups doing great work in our community," Bader said. For more information on the OriolesREACH Knothole Gang, view the entire release here. Update: The Orioles have made another pair of seats available in the auction. Proceeds will benefit NFL legend Jim Brown's Amer-I-Can. Visit the auction page here to bid on ALDS tickets and to help some great causes!
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