1992 TICKET PRICING EXTENDED
The Orioles have extended their 1992 throwback ticket pricing to include all home games from May 16-22. Ticket prices range from $4 bleachers to $18 box seats, while supplies last. Fans can purchase these tickets by entering coupon code ‘1992’ prior to selecting their seats. Visit Orioles.com/1992 for more information and to purchase tickets.
Orioles JR. RBI, presented by Pepsi Stronger Together
The Orioles, along with Pepsi Stronger Together, will celebrate the inaugural opening day of the Jr. RBI program at Radecke Park beginning at 11:00 a.m. on May 14. Pepsi DMV Senior Market Director Richard Fortune will be on-site to welcome players and families, as well as throw out the first pitch. As part of the Pepsi Stronger Together partnership, Pepsi has provided players with youth uniforms this season.
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HEROES CORNER: World Central Kitchen
World Central Kitchen provides meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises, helping devastated communities recover and establish resilient food systems. Since the war on Ukraine began, World Central Kitchen has provided more than 16 million meals and has delivered more than eight million pounds of food to families across the country. Established in 2021, Heroes Corner serves as a way for the Orioles to give back to the community and show appreciation to our front-line workers by donating tickets to local organizations.
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Roland Park Country School Choir
The Roland Park Country School Choir will perform their rendition of the national anthem from behind home plate prior to the game.
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NATIONAL ANTHEM: Bitsy Watson
WATSON will perform her rendition of the national anthem from behind home plate prior to the game.
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FIRST PITCH: Dr. Thomas Scalea
Director of Shock Trauma at the University of Maryland Medical Center, DR. SCALEA, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the game. Dr. Scalea is an advocate for Stop the Bleed, a national campaign teaching health care workers and members of the public how to save lives by stopping life-threating bleeding.
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Mt. Hebron High School Choir
The Mt. Hebron High School Choir will perform their rendition of the national anthem from behind home plate prior to the game.
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Birdland Community Hero: Esther Wagner
A Chambersburg, Pa., resident, WAGNER, will be honored as the Birdland Community Hero. The 98-year-old has served her community extensively for the past 80 years as a foster mother, poll worker, hospital volunteer, and Sunday school teacher. Known as Chambersburg’s biggest O’s fan, Wagner has organized numerous bus trips from Pennsylvania to Oriole Park for local nursing homes. In honor of her recognition, the Orioles Charitable Foundation will make a $5,000 donation to the American Cancer Society.
WEATHER DAY, PRESENTED BY WJZ-TV
The Orioles will host more than 4,500 students and teachers from local schools for the 13th annual Weather Day, presented by WJZ-TV beginning at 11:00 a.m. The students will learn about different types of weather from the WJZ-TV First Alert Weather team including MARTY BASS, DEREK BEASLEY, LINH BUI, MEG McNAMARA, BOB TURK, and TIM WILLIAMS, as well as Orioles Head Groundskeeper NICOLE SHERRY and National Weather Service Meteorologist CHRIS STRONG.
FIRST PITCH: Pat Calhoon
Sarasota County Manager, CALHOON, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the game.
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ARMED FORCES WEEKEND
The Orioles will honor current and former military members as part of Armed Forces Weekend from Friday, May 20, through Sunday, May 22. All uniformed personnel will wear special Armed Forces caps. Game-worn autographed and authenticated Armed Forces caps will be available for purchase at Orioles.com/Auctions from Monday, May 23, at 5:00 p.m. to Sunday, May 29, at 10:00 p.m. All proceeds will benefit The Baltimore Station. The Baltimore Station is an innovative therapeutic residential and outpatient treatment program supporting veterans who are overcoming obstacles to regain self-sufficiency.
MEET AND GREET: Baltimore Orioles and Fort Meade
The Orioles will invite members of the Fort George G. Meade installation to the ballpark to participate in a player meet and greet, watch batting practice live from the field, and take part in pregame ceremonies.
FIRST PITCH: Colonel Christopher Nyland
COL. NYLAND, the Fort Meade Garrison Commander, will throw out the ceremonial first pitchprior to the game.
COLOR GUARD: U.S. Army Color Guard
Colors will be presented by members of the U.S. Army Color Guard.
NATIONAL ANTHEM: HooahCappella of the U.S. Army Field Band
Members of the HooahCappella U.S. Army Field Band will perform their rendition of the national anthem from behind home plate prior to the game. They will also perform “This Land Is Your Land” in the seventh inning.
ORANGE & BLACK GIVES BACK: Baltimore Station
Members of Orange & Black Gives Back, the Orioles employee volunteer program, will kick off Armed Forces Weekend by volunteering at the Baltimore Station beginning at 10:30 a.m. They will be cooking meals, serving lunch, and visiting with local veterans.
GIVEAWAY: Oriole Park at Camden Yards 30th Anniversary Tumbler, presented by MASN
The first 10,000 fans age 15 and older will receive an Oriole Park at Camden Yards 30th Anniversary tumbler.
Alumni Autographs: Brian Bass, Larry Bigbie, and Dave Johnson
O's Alumni, BASS, BIGBIE, and JOHNSON, will be on Eutaw Street, near the New Era cap store, from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. to sign autographs for fans, free of cost.
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UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY
The Orioles will host more than 500 United States Naval Academy midshipmen at Saturday's game.
FIRST PITCH: Midshipman First Class Josh Murrell
A lifelong Orioles fan and Bel Air, Md., native, MIDN MURRELL, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the game. After his commissioning, Murrell, an Honors Operations Research major, will attend Naval Postgraduate School and Nuclear Power School as part of his training to become a Submarine Warfare Officer.
NATIONAL ANTHEM: United States Naval Academy Midshipman Donald Neal
MIDN NEAL will perform his rendition of the national anthem from behind home plate prior to the game. He will also perform “America The Beautiful” during the seventh inning.
COLOR GUARD: United States Naval Academy Color Guard
Colors will be presented by the USNA COLOR GUARD.
In The Community: RBI Players Clinic
The Orioles will host their annual Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) Players clinic on May 21 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the James Mosher Baseball Field. The clinic will bring together all Orioles RBI players to participate in drills and other exciting events to prepare for their upcoming seasons.
IN THE COMMUNITY: Blossoms of Hope
The Baltimore Orioles and the Trey Mancini Foundation will host BLOSSOMS OF HOPE for a meet and greet with INF/OF TREY MANCINI prior to the game. Blossoms of Hope works to enhance the quality of life of Howard County community members through beautification projects and contributing to cancer-related causes.
MEET AND GREET: The Oriole Bird and Larry Sheets
The Oriole Bird and O's Alumnus Larry Sheets will be at the Comcast Xfinity Store in Owings Mills from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Fans will have the opportunity to enter to win tickets to future O's games.
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YOUTH BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL DAY
More than 8,000 pre-registered youth baseball and softball players will participate in a pregame parade around the warning track.
CARDBOARD TO LEATHER EQUIPMENT COLLECTION, PRESENTED BY PEPSI STRONGER TOGETHER
The Orioles will hold their first equipment collection of the season on Sunday, May 22. Fans are encouraged to bring new and gently used baseball equipment to designated drop off locations located at Gates A, D, and H, and Schaefer’s Circle. Financial donations will also be accepted.
As part of the Pepsi Stronger Together partnership, the Orioles and the Oriole Advocates will offer two Cardboard to Leather collections at the ballpark this year, continuing to grow the game of baseball by addressing a critical barrier to play. For nearly three decades, the Oriole Advocates, a group of volunteers who promote and stimulate interest in baseball locally and internationally as brand ambassadors for the club, have hosted the Cardboard to Leather equipment collection at Oriole Park. Since the collection started, the Oriole Advocates have distributed over 80 tons of equipment to schools, orphanages, community groups, and hospitals based on the greatest need.
FIRST PITCHES: Travis Nale and David Mitchell
NALE, a representative from Lake Shore Youth Baseball, and MITCHELL, a representative from Sykesville Baseball, will throw out the ceremonial first pitches prior to the game.
HEROES CORNER: Baltimore County Career Firefighters
Baltimore County Career Firefighters provides quality services to the Baltimore County community, including fire protection, emergency medical services, fire prevention, and safety education. Established in 2021, Heroes Corner serves as a way for the Orioles to give back to the community and show their appreciation to our front-line workers by donating tickets to local organizations.
MEET AND GREET: Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Station Residents
As part of Armed Forces weekend, the Orioles will invite residents from the Baltimore Station to the game on May 22 to participate in a special meet and greet with an Orioles player prior to the game.
NATIONAL ANTHEM: Amanda Cunningham
Cunningham will perform her rendition of the national anthem from behind home plate prior to the game. She will also perform “God Bless America” during the seventh inning.
Kids Run the Bases, presented by Weis Markets
All fans ages four to 14 will have the opportunity to run the bases following the game.