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The first Where in the Yard? winner of the 2010 season

It’s hard to believe the first month of the baseball season has already played out - which means it’s time for our first ‘Where in the Yard?’ winner of the 2010 season. Congrats to Jeremy from Cumberland for the sweep! Throughout the weeks in April, he racked up every point possible - plus the bonus for identifying the tougher Babe Ruth plaque to boot. So

Swings for Scholars

The Orioles will announce a new scholarship program tonight at Camden Yards called “Swings for Scholars”. The organization is partnering with Legg Mason Global Asset Management to launch the scholarship program designed to provide full community college scholarships to qualified grads of Baltimore City Schools. Each time O’s outfielder Nick Markakis gets a hit during the 2010 season, Legg Mason Charitable Foundation Inc. will make

First Q&A a success w/Atkins - Wieters up next

Today’s Garrett Atkins Q&A provided a first look preview of a summer of O’s events to come. Atkins arrived at the ESPN Zone shortly before noon and sat down center stage with the event’s host, MASN O’s broadcaster Jim Hunter. “So Roch Kubatko tells me you’re the most talkative guy in the clubhouse, and you’re going to make my job easy for me today,” Jim

Last minute reminders

I’m headed to the ESPN Zone in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor before too long for the first Orioles Q&A of the summer. If you can’t make it out to meet Garrett Atkins from noon to 1:00 p.m., check back here later today for a few highlights and photos. Atkins will be answering questions from an O’s broadcaster, as well as from fans, so this afternoon will

Where in the Yard? (Updated w/Answer)

After last week’s image stumped quite a few of you, I won’t say this week’s ‘Where in the Yard?’ is easy, but I hope you’ll have a better time identifying this week’s picture from from the Yard. The many of you who routinely prove how well you know your O’s already know how it’s done. But if you’re joining us for the first time, take

Another Oriole appearance

Don’t forget that new Orioles 1B Garrett Atkins will be the first in the hot seat for a Q&A at the ESPN Zone coming up soon on Wednesday, April 28 from noon to 1:00 p.m. But in addition to Atkins’ appearance in Baltimore, mark your calendars for an autograph session with O’s outfielder Nolan Reimold scheduled for Saturday, May 1. Reimold will sign autographs and

Around the O’s

A couple of pieces of Orioles info to note... B-Rob’s B-Log You really can’t miss out on Brian Roberts’ latest video blog. B-Rob has serious plans to make this year’s round of video blogs better than ever before, and this week’s behind the scenes look at the Orioles clubhouse doesn’t disappoint. Click here to watch as B-Rob takes you on a personal tour of the

First ESPN Zone Q&A to feature new Oriole Atkins

Recently in the Orioles Buzz we looked at the Full schedule of Orioles events at the ESPN Zone this summer. The first Oriole Player Q&A is rapidly approaching on Wednesday, April 28, and the O’s have announced that new first-baseman Garrett Atkins will be the first to rub elbows with fans at the ESPN Zone. From noon to 1:00 p.m. fans will have the chance

Baltimore’s Birds

The Orioles, Ravens and MASN will team up again this season to offer the third annual O’s Ravens Rally to be held this year at Oriole Park on Saturday, June 12. The O’s and Ravens will partner to bring fans of both of Baltimore’s Birds giveaways, a special first pitch ceremony, and appearances from Ravens at Oriole Park. The first 20,000 fans (ages 15 and

Where in the Yard? (Updated w/Answer)

Welcome back to the Orioles Buzz and this week’s ‘Where in the Yard?’ - And first of all, things always seem a little sweeter the morning after an Orioles’ win, don’t they? This week, even though the O’s won’t return home for another week or so, we get to return to the Yard early to test your eyes for all things Orioles. I’ll even go

A full schedule of O’s events at the ESPN Zone this summer

The ESPN Zone in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor has announced its summer schedule of Orioles activities, which include monthly player Q&As, a second annual Orioles Cook-off, another Battle of the Birds, and Brian’s Baseball Bash. Each of the seven player Q&As will feature a current Oriole, and each round will be hosted by an O’s broadcaster. Expect to learn a little more about some of your

T-Shirt Tuesdays: Who should be featured?

The Orioles honored catcher Matt Wieters last night with the first T-Shirt Tuesday of the 2010 season. I have a feeling most O’s fans were pleased with the choice in Wieters for the first round of T-Shirt Tuesdays, and more than 13,000 fans turned out to pick up their Wieters tees. But if you take a look at the O’s Promotions schedule, you’ll see that

Where in the Yard? (Updated w/Answer)

No matter the result in the win-loss column, did you enjoy the Orioles’ home opener at Camden Yards last Friday? Was it at least good to be back in the Yard again? - That one has to be a yes. In any case, with all of you back at Oriole Park for games again, we’ll find out soon if it’s harder to stump you here

Welcome home O’s

The home opener has brought a new energy to Baltimore. Fans are excited; there’s orange and black everywhere; and the sounds of baseball are echoing through the Yard once more. Welcomes were mostly warm for this O’s squad, and the enthusiasm for young Orioles like Matt Wieters and Brian Matusz showed how energized the fan base is with the emergence of so much potential in

Timeline of the home opener

If you’re lucky enough to make it out to the Orioles’ home opener this afternoon, check out the timeline below so you don’t miss a thing as the special day unfolds... 12:00 p.m. - Gates Open Don’t forget to grab your free 2010 schedule and car magnet and look (or listen) for roving musical groups throughout the afternoon. 12:25 - 1:25 p.m. - Orioles batting

An early look at Eutaw Street (Updated)

Oriole Park at Camden Yards officially opens to O’s fans at noon today, a full three hours before the start of the Birds’ home opener. But if you can’t wait another hour to see how things are shaping up at the Yard, check out the photo gallery on MASN’s Facebook page for an early look at Eutaw Street. You’ll notice a theme - lots of

Standings and a winner

You’ve waited a long time for the second set of standings for the Orioles Buzz weekly photo feature ‘Where in the Yard?’ - but those standings are finally here. It’s been 11 weeks since Lauren was crowned our last winner, and we’re long overdue for another. As I predicted, it was a pretty tight race near the finish line, and it came down again to

New season, new site

I’m sure you’ve noticed by now that MASNsports.com has received a face lift in the wake of the new baseball season. We’ve made a lot of changes - but hopefully ones that will make things easier and more enjoyable for you, the readers. Along with the new look, we’ve updated the system we use to publish entries, which won’t mean a lot of changes to

Two birds with one stone

Never has that cliché seemed as gruesome as it does when you say it in Birdland.... But in any case, you can take care of two O’s items in one swoop with the new exclusive T-shirts from the Right Side Foundation. Nick and Christina Markakis’s Right Side Foundation has announced a limited edition T-shirt sale to raise money for the right fielder’s charitable foundation and

Food and Beverage Guidelines at Oriole Park

The Orioles have one of the most liberal food policies in professional sports. Outside food and beverages may be brought into Camden Yards, subject to the following guidelines: Soft-sided and paper bags are permitted at Oriole Park, as long as they fit into a 16” x 16” x 8” container. Hard-sided coolers, thermoses, glass bottles, cans or alcoholic beverages are not permitted into the ballpark.

New on the menu

This year when you head to Oriole Park, you’ll still have the old stand-by options, like Boog’s BBQ, Italian sausages, hot dogs, pizza, French fries, soft pretzels, ice cream, peanuts and popcorn. But now you’ll also be able to enjoy the food from several local restaurants inside Camden Yards. Look for the following food items from these local restaurants: Greene Turtle: Turtle bites and sliders

What’s new at Oriole Park

You might remember this Orioles Buzz post filling you in on some maintenance going on at Camden Yards this offseason. Well, phase one of the Maryland Stadium Authority’s deferred maintenance program is finished, and all the concrete and seats between the foul poles on the lower level have been replaced. The new seats have high backs and cup holders, and seats between the bases are

Before the first pitch of the O’s home opener (Updated)

For their 57th season and 19th year at Oriole Park at Camden Yards (yep, 19 years have already flown by since the Yard opened in 1992), the Orioles have a full schedule of Opening Day activities planned. First, to give fans plenty of time to enjoy the ballpark before the O’s take on the Toronto Blue Jays, the stadium will open at noon on Friday,

Where in the Yard? (Updated w/Answer)

The 2010 baseball season is finally here, and hopefully many of you will be here in Baltimore in a matter of days for the Orioles home Opener at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. To hold you over until then, here’s another little piece of the Yard for you to search your memories for - And if you’re new to the Orioles Buzz or the weekly

Join O’s on Opening Day at “First Pitch Party” in Baltimore

With Opening Day of the Orioles’ 2010 season only days away, a few lucky O’s fans are looking forward to getting their first glimpse of the Birds in person at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. But most Orioles fans will be here in Baltimore, or watching the game on MASN from their homes. You might have friends, family or neighbors who are big Orioles fans;

Hit one out of the park

If it wasn’t obvious already, O’s Buzz readers are the best. I checked out MASN’s Fantasy Baseball game, and so far, if I’m not mistaken, the Orioles Buzz League is one of the most popular. Was it the prizes I hinted at, or were you just happy to show your support of the O’s Buzz? (It’s totally okay if you’re thinking, “Hmm, yea...it might have

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