Don't forget there's an O's event and a promo night at OPACY both coming up tomorrow, Wednesday, May 26. The Second Annual Orioles Cook-Off will take place tomorrow afternoon at the ESPN Zone in Baltimore. Participants Brad Bergesen, Luke Scott, and Kevin Millwood will have 30 minutes to prepare their own signature dishes. When the meals are complete, a panel of judges will score the culinary creations based on taste, presentation and creativity. Doors will open at 11:00 a.m. for the 11:30 event, so get there early to grab some good seats close to the "kitchen". And if you can, bring along a small donation or a couple of canned goods to benefit the Maryland Food Bank. Nolan-Reimold-Mini-Bobblehead.jpg Also, if you're headed to the Orioles game Wednesday night, be sure to show your ticket at the ESPN Zone, and you'll receive a free $5 game card for the Sports Arena upstairs. Once you've spent the afternoon watching a trio of your favorite Orioles testing their talents in the kitchen, and after you've taken advantage of the free $5 game card at the ESPN Zone, make your way over to Oriole Park. Be one of the first 15,000 fans (15 and older) to enter the ballpark before the O's take on the A's at Camden Yards, and you'll receive a free Nolan Reimold Mini Bobblehead to take home.

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