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“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Prelude to the Fall Classic

As we turn the page to February, we can now see spring training on the horizon, and with a pack of young big league hopefuls vying for spots on what is now a wide-open roster, it bears watching. So don’t forget to check out MASN’s broadcasts of Orioles games in the Grapefruit League in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, the upcoming bunch of “Orioles Classics” will

Sherry recognized at Sports Turf Managers Association national conference

Orioles head groundskeeper Nicole Sherry was recently recognized at the Sports Turf Managers Association national conference in Phoenix, Ariz. Sherry was honored with the Dick Ericson Founders’ Award, which is given annually to the STMA member who effectively manages sports fields and thier facility, exhibiting the qualities of a true team leader. Ericson was the organization’s first president and continues to have an impact in

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Walk-off this way

It take patience to be a baseball fan. No way around it, there’s a lot of dead time in a game. But those who appreciate the intricate diamond ballet can wait it out and have their patience rewarded. And what’s a better reward than a walk-off victory? This week’s smattering of “Orioles Classics” on MASN is full of walk-offs, and also includes some victories of

Birdland Memberships offer Orioles fans perks aplenty

If you’ve already renewed your Birdland Membership, you’re well on your way to enjoying the 2019 season of Orioles baseball. You’ll save an average of 15 percent off individual ticket prices - with the same members-only pricing you enjoyed in 2018 - and there are six membership options, allowing fans to choose the one that’s right for them. But there are a host of perks

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Extra excitement in extra innings

Just one more month to go. Hold on. Waiting out the winter can be tough on a baseball fan. T.S. Eliot called April “the cruelest month,” but we all know that that distinction belongs to January. It seems like forever since we enjoyed a game at Camden Yards on a sweltering night or watched the Orioles live on MASN in our shorts with a cold

Orioles FanFest autograph sessions scheduled

Yes, the Orioles have been undergoing a significant personnel shakeup, but there will still be plenty of familiar faces on hand at this year’s Orioles FanFest, including players on the current roster and O’s greats from the past. And you can meet them at FanFest. The annual daylong celebration of O’s baseball takes place Saturday, Jan. 26 at the Baltimore Convention Center and will include

MASN gearing up fans for 2019 season with giveaways at Orioles FanFest

The holiday season went by in a flash and 2019 is underway, which means we’re that much closer to Orioles baseball! With pitchers and catchers reporting to the Ed Smith Stadium Complex in Sarasota, Fla., on Feb. 13, there is only one other date Birdland is looking forward to before the start of spring training: Orioles FanFest! The O’s annual day-long baseball celebration returns

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: A feast of walk-off winners

Now that we’ve welcomed a new year, we can say that spring training starts next month. It won’t be long before things are hopping at the Ed Smith Stadium complex in Sarasota, Fla., as the Orioles get ready for a most intriguing 2019 season. But before we look to the future with names like Mike Elias and Brandon Hyde, it’s time to reflect on some

“Orioles Classics” #TBT: Turn of the century

More than any other fans I can think of, those of us who pull for the Orioles are more than happy to see 2018 in the rear-view mirror. With new leadership in the front office and in the dugout, fans aren’t sure what 2019 will bring, but it sure ought to be interesting. Those new guys calling the shots around here have made it abundantly

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