What’s new at Oriole Park in 2022

The Orioles today announced a slate of exciting new features at Oriole Park at Camden Yards for the ballpark’s 30th anniversary season. In 2022, fans will be able to enjoy a lineup of added food items, expanded merchandise at the Orioles Team Store, and a ballpark exhibit celebrating 30 years of magic moments in Camden Yards history. The announcement also includes information on the team’s renovated left field wall, budget-friendly ticket offerings, and a flexible outside food and beverage policy.

The Orioles and Delaware North have collaborated to bring an exciting catalog of local favorites and Baltimore-inspired eats to the ballpark in 2022:

  • Jimmy’s Famous Seafood  One of Charm City’s most popular restaurants is now available at Oriole Park. Fans can enjoy authentic seafood at the Jimmy’s Famous Seafood stand, located on the lower concourse near Section 72. Menu items include:
    • Crab Cake Egg Rolls ($20)  Featuring the restaurant’s iconic crab cakes in egg roll form with a cream cheese blend, mango ponzu, and spicy mayo.
    • Mo Gaba’s Shrimp Platter ($16) – Fried shrimp served with fries and bay sauce. In honor of Mo’s legacy, $1 from every Shrimp Platter sold will benefit the John Hopkins Children’s Center.
  • The Hot Corner – This “spicy” new stand, located on the lower concourse near sections 49-52, features chicken tenders and fries served with one of three sauce and topping varieties, listed below:
    • Buffalo Tenders ($15) – Chicken tenders tossed in Franks RedHot aioli and topped with crumbled blue cheese and scallions.
    • All American Tenders ($15) – Chicken tenders tossed in cheese sauce, topped with Applewood bacon and scallions.
    • Capital City Mambo Tenders ($15) – Chicken tenders tossed in Mambo sauce and topped with scallions and garlic aioli.
  • More Additions Around the Ballpark  The Orioles are introducing new menu items at existing locations:
    • Crab Dip Pretzel ($16) – Soft baked pretzel with crab dip, Monterey Jack cheese, and Old Bay seasoning; Available at the B&O Market along Eutaw Street.
    • Pepperoni Pizza Pretzel ($14) – Soft baked pretzel with marinara, mozzarella, and pepperoni; Available at the B&O Market along Eutaw Street.
    • The Baltimore Smash ($16) – Two short-rib-and-chuck-blend patties topped with shaved onions, American cheese, and special sauce; Available at the Eutaw Street Burger Portable.

Fans can enjoy a myriad of new merchandise and novelty items sold at the Orioles Team Store and other locations throughout the ballpark. Highlights include:

  • 30th Anniversary Merchandise
    • Featuring apparel for all fans and more than 15 unique novelty items, including a bat barrel mug, can cooler, shot glass, key ring, lanyard, banners, and more
  • Mystery Box Program
    • Contains T-shirt, hat, novelty item, and chance to win free custom jersey (available in men’s, women’s, and youth sizing)
  • Expanded Women’s Selection
    • A dedicated one-stop-shop for female fans behind home plate on the lower concourse, featuring gameday wear and everyday lifestyle apparel
    • Sustainable clothing made from recycled goods turned into crewnecks, crop tops, and more
  • Wider Selection of Sizing for All Fans
    • Expanded Big N Tall sizing in lifestyle clothing and jerseys
    • Expanded women’s sizing to include extra small and plus sizing
    • Expanded sizing for youth of all ages to include infants, toddlers, pre-K, elementary, and pre-teen children – all featured at the re-opened Kids’ Corner store
  • New Brands at Oriole Park
    • Pro Standard (urban apparel)
    • WEAR by Erin Andrews (women’s lifestyle)
    • Full Turn (men’s and women’s premium clothing)
    • Barnwood Sports (custom woodworking)
    • Baseballism (graphic tees)
    • Wild Collective (ladies lifestyle)
    • Rustic Cuff (jewelry)
  • Pet Offerings
    • Expanded pet selection that features jerseys, collars, leashes, bandanas, and chew toys

In celebration of the 30th anniversary season of The Ballpark That Forever Changed Baseball™, fans can explore historic memorabilia and never-before-seen photos from the last three decades. Fans will also be able to share their own personal history of the ballpark by contributing photos and memories to be displayed in-park and on TV. Members of the Orioles Advocates – a nonprofit organization that has supported the game of baseball for more than 60 years – will serve as docents at the exhibit to help answer questions and direct fans. Nearly 50 items are on display at the exhibit, located on the main concourse behind home plate, including:

  • Script from the 1992 “The Base Ball” event, autographed by James Earl Jones
  • Lineup cards and pitching rubber from Cal Ripken, Jr.’s record-breaking 2,131st game
  • Jesse Orosco signed cleats from August 17, 1999 – the day he broke the Major League record for most games pitched in baseball history (1,072) 
  • Cal Ripken, Jr.’s game-worn jersey from October 5, 2001 – his 3,000th career appearance
  • The official scorer’s sheet and game-used second base from the Iron Man’s final game on October 6, 2001
  • Ryan Flaherty, JJ Hardy, and Nick Markakis bats from May 10, 2012, when the trio set an AL record with back-to-back-to-back home runs to lead off the game
  • Final out baseball and champagne bottle from September 16, 2014, when the Orioles beat Toronto 8-2 to clinch AL East title, the team’s first clinch at home since 1969
  • The ball from the 10,000th home run in club history (Tim Beckham on August 3, 2017)
  • Pedro Alvarez’s game-worn jersey from September 18, 2019, when the Orioles became the first professional sports team to wear Braille jerseys in celebration of the Baltimore-based National Federation of the Blind

Fans will have the opportunity to purchase special 30th anniversary authenticated items throughout the season. Purchases will benefit the Orioles Charitable Foundation. Located on Eutaw Street near Gate A, items include:

  • Game-worn jerseys
  • Game-used baseballs and equipment
  • Signed merchandise
  • Assorted memorabilia

This offseason, the Orioles renovated the outfield wall from the left field corner to the bullpens in left-center field. Enhancements include the following adjustments:

  • Wall height raised from 7 ft. to 13 ft.
  • Distance from home plate – left field foul line: 333 ft., left field corner: 384 ft., left-center corner: 398 ft.
  • Additional lighting to properly light the expanded playing surface

As part of the 30th anniversary season, the Orioles will offer special ticket pricing throughout the season:

  • $10 Eutaw Street Bleacher Seats  The Orioles will offer $10 seats in the Eutaw Street bleachers for each home game, Monday through Thursday, for the duration of the season. The seats are located in center field with a great view of the game action and steps away from Eutaw Street.
  • 1992 Pricing – During the team’s first homestand at Oriole Park, the Orioles are offering throwback 1992 pricing on tickets for games between April 12-17. For all eligible games, tickets are available at $4 for bleachers, $8 for reserve seats, and $12, $13, and $18 for box seats. Savings at each seating location range from approximately 50 percent to 85 percent. The special pricing is reflective of the same ticket prices that existed when the ballpark opened on April 6, 1992.
    • This offer is available online only through Wednesday, April 13. Fans can purchase tickets at these price points by entering the coupon code ‘1992’ prior to selecting their seats.
    • During these games, the Orioles will also offer hot dogs at 1992 pricing ($1.75) at all Camden Franks concession locations. Transactions are limited to two hot dogs per person.

This season, fans can bring food and non-alcoholic beverages into Oriole Park using the following guidelines:

  • All items must be contained in a clear, plastic bag no larger than one-gallon in size.
  • Only one bag (one-gallon size) is allowed per guest.
  • Food items should resemble individual portions and not bulk quantities.
  • Guests may bring in a factory-sealed, plastic, non-alcoholic beverage, no larger than 20 oz.
  • Frozen water bottles are prohibited for safety purposes.

Tickets for the Orioles’ home opener on Monday, April 11, against the Milwaukee Brewers are still available and can be purchased online at Orioles.com/Tickets. For a complete guide to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, please visit Orioles.com/Guide.

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