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“Orioles Classics” rewind: Offense aplenty and a memorable no-hitter

Home runs happen all the time. Well, at least it feels that way at Camden Yards. Especially when the summer heat and humidity settles over the ballpark, the ball seems to zoom over the fences with great regularity. But not all baseball highlights are of the offensive variety, as this week’s smattering of “Orioles Classics” demonstrates. Sure, we’ve got your weekly allotment of homeric hoists,

“Orioles Classics” rewind: Davis pitches, World Series champs and 2,131

It’s the week of Thanksgiving, and do we have some good reasons for Orioles fans to be thankful! MASN is trotting out some of the all-time greats in this week’s slate of “Orioles Classics” replays, both of the recent variety and of the O’s past. Take a look at this week’s schedule as you prepare for a friends, family, turkey and now baseball-filled week: Monday,

“Hot Stove Show” returns on 105.7 The Fan beginning Nov. 17

It’s starting to get colder outside. Know what perfectly combats the chill and satisfies your baseball cravings? The “Hot Stove Show,” which returns on 105.7 The Fan beginning Thursday, Nov. 17. Each Thursday, you can tune in to the program from 6-7 p.m. to enjoy an hour of Orioles news, analysis and special guests. Orioles Radio Network and MASN broadcaster Jim Hunter and MASNsports.com Orioles

“Orioles Classics” rewind: Home runs and history abound

Admit it, you love home runs. I mean, who doesn’t? Whether it’s a solo blast flying through the warm, summer air to stake the Orioles to a lead or a timely clout in the bottom of the ninth to guarantee a victory, few things beat a roundtripper to bring a baseball crowd to its feet. Even when you’re seated comfortably in your recliner, you’ll probably

Sod replacement underway at Camden Yards

If you happen to stroll down Eutaw Street en route for M&T Bank Stadium for tonight’s Ravens game - or anytime in the near future - don’t be surprised if you glance toward the Camden Yards field and see a lot less green than usual. Sod replacement at the ballpark began today and will run through about Dec. 1, the Orioles announced this afternoon. As

“Orioles Classics” rewind: Clinchmas and honoring Cal Ripken Jr.

The World Series is over. The offseason is officially upon us. There’s no more baseball in 2016. Or is there? Baseball will indeed return to your televisions this week and throughout the offseason thanks to “Orioles Classics” airing on MASN. So grab your peanuts and Cracker Jack, and throw some hot dogs on the grill as you sit back and relive these classic Orioles moments

Orioles to celebrate 25th anniversary season at OPACY with commemorative logo

Twenty-five years is a major milestone in any person’s life. It marks the quarter-century mark of your lifetime and, if you’re a recent college graduate like me, it means you can’t really identify as a “youth” anymore. The same can be said about ballparks, as the Orioles announced they will be celebrating the 25th anniversary season at Oriole Park at Camden Yards with a commemorative

John Angelos joins MPT’s “Direct Connection”

As president and chief operating officer of MASN and executive vice president of the Orioles, John Angelos is used to working with the behind-the-scenes mechanisms of a television program. But on Monday, Oct. 31, he flipped his view of television when he joined Jeff Salkin on Maryland Public Television’s “Direct Connection.” Angelos and Salkin discussed a variety of topics during the 27-minute segment, including the

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