Oriole Advocates’ Home Run returns as a virtual event

The Oriole Advocates’ Home Run - the race that used to end on the warning track at Camden Yards - is returning for 2021 as a virtual event. From the late 1980s through 2008, runners participated in the race, which was tied to opening day. Fields numbered from 400 to more than 1,000 athletes. One race even began at Memorial Stadium and ended at Camden ... read more

Men in blue brighten days of young patients at Johns Hopkins Childrens Center

Before calling balls and strikes at tonight’s game between the Angels and Orioles at Camden Yards, home plate umpire Fieldin “Cubby” Culbreth made sure a baseball season tradition wouldn’t be swept away because of COVID-19 precautions at the Johns Hopkins Childrens Center in Baltimore. Culbreth and Ryan Blakney, another of the men in blue assigned to tonight’s game, participated in a special question-and-answer session over ... read more

Hurry, last chance to be selected as a Maryland Lottery “Contestant of the Game”

O’s fans, time is running out to enter the Maryland Lottery’s “Contestant of the Game” promotion, where you can win $500 for being selected and an additional $500 for every Orioles home run hit during that game! The deadline to enter is Monday, Aug. 23 for a chance to be selected for one of the last 30 Orioles games of the 2021 season. That’s a ... read more

Maryland Lottery’s “Contestant of the Game” promotion hits a home run with fans

The Orioles bats have been hot this month, and Maryland Lottery “Contestants of the Game” are reaping the benefits. One winner is randomly selected for each of the 162 Orioles games. Each winner receives $500 for being selected, and an additional $500 for every Orioles home run hit during that game. Since the beginning of June, the O’s have hit 12 home runs over seven ... read more

Liz Pardo makes history as baseball gets back to normal

While it will probably be the COVID-19 pandemic that headlines the 2020 chapter of baseball in history books for years to come, we shouldn’t just flip through all of the encouraging pages that were written in this unforgettable year. Women broke barriers that stood for too long across the game and the Orioles had a front row seat. One of those women was Maryland native ... read more

Get “Home Run Rich” from Maryland Lottery’s “Contestant of the Game” promotion

Warmer weather is here, summer is near and that means one thing - Orioles baseball is back, along with the Maryland Lottery’s popular “Contestant of the Game” promotion. The Lottery will select a contestant for each of the 162 Orioles games this season to win cash prizes. Enter winning and non-winning FAST PLAY Home Run Riches tickets, purchased between March 8 and Aug. 23, into ... read more

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: O’s sluggers make Camden Yards a lumberyard

Late February always fills baseball fans with anticipation, and it is doing so again. But this year it’s different. This year we aren’t taking spring games for granted. As of this writing, the Orioles’ exhibition and regular seasons are scheduled to take place on time, and fully. Assuming that doesn’t change, this will be our last Throwback Thursday until October. “Orioles Classics” closes out February ... read more

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Postseason memories and some prodigious power

Well, we’ve made it. Spring training has started, and a new baseball season is right around the corner. After all the havoc created by the pandemic since March, it feels good to look ahead to something with eager anticipation, doesn’t it? While the Orioles get ready in Florida, we’ll continue revisiting yesteryear with “Orioles Classics” on MASN. This week, we’ve got two distinct themes: postseason ... read more