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O’s announce plans for Monday’s home opener

If you’re lucky enough to be coming to the Orioles’ home opener on Monday, you’ll be interested in a variety of special plans the team announced today. First, when you come through the gates, you’ll receive a 2011 schedule/car magnet, courtesy of Brothers Services. To allow for maximum fan enjoyment, the games for the 3:05 p.m. game will open at noon, and roving musical groups

Win home opener tickets at Friday Hightopps baseball chat

Want to go to the Orioles’ home opener April 4? Don’t have tickets, you say? Well, MASNsports.com will give you the opportunity to win a pair of opening day tickets Friday night at Hightopps Backstage Grille in Timonium. Steve Melewski and yours truly will be hosting another in our series of baseball chats that evening, from 6-7 p.m. At 7 p.m., we’ll tune Hightopps’ many

Monday Memory: Now pitching, Jim Palmer

Opening day at Camden Yards is a week away, and preparations at the ballpark continue to get it ready for the Tigers-Orioles game that will be cause for civic celebration, innovative excuses for missing school and work, and early afternoon beers at Pickles Pub. Whatever your opening day traditions are - and feel free to share them in the comments section below, where you can

Camden Yards to host championship of inaugural President’s Cup tournament

Come Saturday April 16, Oriole Park at Camden Yards will play host to an intense, pressure-packed game with plenty on the line. Nope, the Yankees aren’t in town to face the O’s that weekend, and the Red Sox won’t be setting up shop in the visitor’s clubhouse, either. The players taking the field at Camden Yards that day will be members of two Baltimore city

MASN hosts Orioles chat at Hightopps tonight, 6-8 p.m.

The Grapefruit League is hitting its home stretch and there are still plenty of Orioles-centric topics trending in Baltimore-based baseball discussions. Why not join MASNsports.com’s Steve Melewski and Jen Royle tonight at Hightopps Backstage Grille for another in our series of baseball chats. The fun begins at 6 p.m. with a roundtable discussion - with you, the fans, at the table - about the current

Guest bloggers expand reach of Orioles Buzz

The start of a new baseball season brings some changes at Orioles Buzz. Beginning the first full week of the 2011 campaign, there will be some new names, viewpoints and voices associated with MASNsports.com’s blog dedicated to all things Birdland. Beginning April 4, Orioles Buzz will feature guest bloggers every weekday. MASNsports.com recognizes that the blogosphere contains all sorts of opinions on the O’s, and

Monday Memory: O’s TV ad from 1994

We’re three weeks away from the Orioles’ home opener, and preparations are coming along to get Camden Yards ready for the April 4 game against the Detroit Tigers. From my fifth-floor warehouse window, I’ve been watching the grounds crew turn the infield dirt and work on the home plate area. A surveyor’s tripod rests on the pitcher’s mound. Work crews are putting the finishing touches

Hightopps to host O’s chat, first MASN TV game March 7

Are you ready for Orioles baseball on television? Your wait is almost over. And you can share the MASN broadcast of the Yankees-O’s game on Monday, March 7 with other baseball fans at Hightopps Backstage Grille in Timonium. Join MASNsports.com’s Steve Melewski, Jen Royle and yours truly at Hightopps at 6 p.m. for an hour of spirited baseball talk. We’ll answer your questions about the

Peter Angelos speaks on O’s fortunes, Guerrero, Sarasota renovations

Orioles managing partner Peter G. Angelos took in today’s home exhibition opener in the renovated Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota, Fla., and spent a few minutes chatting with WBAL-AM announcers Joe Angel and Fred Manfra during the top of the eighth inning during broadcast of the game. “We always like the club in the beginning of the season,” Angelos said, referring to the O’s victory

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