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The Orioles sent out a press release to announce their 2011 Orioles Pet Calendar today. In addition to the info in last week’s O’s Buzz article (The Birds pose with pets for 2011 Orioles Pet Calendar), you might also find the following helpful to note: - Fans can purchase calendars online at Orioles.com or in person at the Eutaw Street Tent or Community Booth near

Where in the Yard? (Updated w/Answer)

A staff meeting this morning put me a little behind schedule it posting this week’s ‘Where in the Yard?’, but as promised every Monday, there’s a new photo posted for you below. Take a look at the image and let us know (using the comment box below), what the item is and where it’s located in or around Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Your guesses

Where’s my replica Brooks Robinson jersey already?

If you were looking forward to replica Brooks Robinson jersey night at Camden Yards back on July 17, you know your excitement had to be put on hold for a little while, as a vendor error delayed that giveaway indefinitely. But if you had tickets to that night’s game you also know that the O’s didn’t sent you home empty handed. Instead, they made up

The Birds pose with pets for 2011 Orioles Pet Calendar

The OriolesREACH 2011 Pet Calendars are officially out. It’s the second year in a row that O’s players have posed with either their own pets or a loaner canine from the Maryland SPCA for a 12-month calendar shot at Camden Yards. The Orioles, Orioles Wives and OriolesREACH teamed up again to produce the calendar, which benefits the Maryland SPCA. Just like last year, each month

Where in the Yard? (Updated w/Answer)

If you made it out to the Yard during the last homestand, you undoubtedly saw this week’s image all over Oriole Park. The question each week is - Where? As usual, take a look at the photo below and let us know what the item is and we’re it’s located in or around Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Get your guess in early to grab

This week in O’s history

This particular week in the calendar year has seen some milestones for the O’s throughout the team’s history. Going the farthest back and on this day in O’s history, Cal Ripken Jr. passed Steve Garvey for the third-longest consecutive games streak by playing his 1,280th straight game. Cal and the O’s faced the Toronto Blue Jays on August 18, 1989, and the game was otherwise

This and That

As the O’s return home for the start of a seven-game homestand, the Players Trust’s annual Buses for Baseball program will visit the ballpark tonight to host children with cancer. Young O’s fans from the Cool Kids Campaign will meet O’s players Jeremy Guthrie, Ty Wigginton, Luke Scott, Brian Matusz, and Corey Patterson. Buses for Baseball provides the kids with roundtrip transportation to Major League

Where in the Yard? (Updated w/Answer)

After a brief six-game road trip to Cleveland and Tampa, the Birds are back already for a homestand to last just one day longer. During the next seven games against the Mariners and Rangers, you’ll have a chance to head to the Yard to seek out this week’s ‘Where in the Yard?’ image in person if you’re having trouble identifying it by memory and the

Out and about with the Birds

Not only do the Birds return to Baltimore for a seven-game homestand against Seattle and Texas next week, but you’ll have a handful of opportunities to see some of your favorite Orioles out in the community. Jeremy Guthrie will kick off the community appearances next week by visiting the Official Orioles Team Store in the York Galleria Mall on Tuesday, August 17. Guthrie will meet

Donating red for the orange and black

The Orioles don’t return home to Baltimore until Monday, August 16, but O’s fans can head to Camden Yards for a good cause even earlier than that. On Saturday, August 14 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., OriolesREACH and the American Red Cross will host an American Red Cross Blood Drive at Oriole Park. If you can make it out to donate blood and benefit

Where in the Yard? (Updated w/Answer)

As the O’s wrap up a four-game series against the White Sox at Camden Yards, you’ll have one last chance to head to Oriole Park to spot this week’s ‘Where in the Yard?’ image. As always, take a look at the photo below and let us know where you’ve seen Nick Markakis taking a swing (other than in the batter’s box, of course) using the

Join us for monthly video chats with Guthrie and Jones

Did you catch Jeremy Guthrie and Adam Jones live on MASNsports.com Friday afternoon? The O’s teammates joined us for a couple of live chats today, and even though their lunch hour chats are over, there’s plenty to pass along. Guthrie arrived early after biking to the Warehouse - would you have expected anything else? - and fell right in chatting with the MASNsports.com staff as

Chatting with Jones and Guthrie (Updated)

Everybody looks forward to Fridays. It’s a given. But how about when Friday means live chats with Adam Jones and Jeremy Guthrie over your lunch hour? This Friday, starting at noon, MASNsports.com will feature a pair of Orioles live chats with O’s outfielder Adam Jones and right-hander Jeremy Guthrie. Jones and Guthrie will sit with O’s beat reporter Steve Melewski to talk Orioles baseball,

Where in the Yard? (Updated w/Answer)

As Birdland welcomes new O’s manager Buck Showalter, the Orioles Buzz welcomes you back for another fresh crack at the MLB gift card ‘Where in the Yard?’ winners earn for sharing their expertise of all things Oriole Park. As usual, just take a look at the photo below and let us know (using the comment box below) what the item is and where it’s located

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