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About Baltimore Orioles
The Baltimore Orioles are one of the American League's eight charter franchises. They were founded in 1894 but have only been playing in Baltimore since 1954. Before coming to Mob Town, the Orioles spent 52 years as the St. Louis Browns. The three-time World Series champions play at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The O's are part of the American League's East Division and are led by outfielder Nick Markakis and infielder Brain Roberts. One of the Orioles all-time great players is Cal Ripken, Jr. In September of 1995, he broke Lou Gehrig's record for consecutive games played.
Baltimore World Series Appearances:
1983 vs. Philadelphia Phillies W 4-1
1979 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates L 3-4
1971 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates L 3-4
1970 vs. Cincinnati Reds W 4-1
1969 vs. New York Mets L 1-4
1966 vs. Los Angeles Dodgers W 3-0
1944 vs. St. Louis Cardinals L 2-4
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Oriole Park at Camden Yards became the official home of the Orioles on April 6, 1992. The construction of the park was completed in essentially 33 months from the time razing previous structures on the 85-acre parcel began June 28, '89, in the area known as Camden Yards.
It was designed by the Kansas City architectural firm of Helmuth, Obata and Kassabaum (HOK) with direction and input from the Orioles and the State of Maryland, which owns and operates the facility through its agency, the Maryland Stadium Authority (MSA).
Working under contract to HOK were the urban design firm of RTKL, the landscape architecture firm of Wallace, Roberts, and Todd, and the engineering firms of Bliss and Nyitray: Rummel, Klepper, and Kahl: and Kidde Consultants, Inc. Working under contract to the Orioles were the interior design firm of Forte Design and the graphic design firm of David Ashton and Associates.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards is unique, traditional and excellent in design. It blends with the urban context of downtown Baltimore while taking its image from baseball parks built in the early 20th century. Steel, rather than concrete trusses, an arched brick facade, a sun roof over the gentle slope of the upper deck, an asymmetrical playing field, and natural grass turf are just some of the features that tie it to those magnificent big league ballparks built in the early 1900's. Ebbets Field (Brooklyn), Shibe Park (Philadelphia), Fenway Park (Boston), Crosley Field (Cincinnati), Forbes Fields (Pittsburgh), Wrigley Field (Chicago), and The Polo Grounds (New York) were among the ballparks that served as influences in the design of Oriole Park.
The Orioles Home Field:
Camden Yards (1992-present)
333 West Camden Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
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