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O’s add ‘Stranger Things,’ WWE promo nights

Still from “Stranger Things” Season 3. Image via IMDB.

The Orioles, as you may have heard, are not very good. According to an article published in The Ringer this morning, the 2019 Orioles could very well go down as the worst team in professional baseball history.

But the remainder of the season isn’t going to play itself, and the marketing department at the B&O Warehouse is doing its best to get butts in the seats.

To that end, the team today announced two additional promo nights for the second half of the season, one celebrating Netflix’s ’80s sci-fi series “Stranger Things” and another for professional wrasslin’.

Is Billy Joel playing Oriole Park this year? It’s A Matter of Trust in a Milwaukee sleuth

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The Orioles and Live Nation are due to make a major announcement tomorrow morning, and if an online sleuth in the Milwaukee area is correct, the big news is that Billy Joel is playing a concert at Oriole Park at Camden Yards this year.

Let me explain.

Orioles debut expanded Kids’ Corner at Oriole Park tonight

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During tonight’s game against the Kansas City Royals, the Baltimore Orioles are debuting a revamped Kids’ Corner near Gate C.

(Insert joke about the much-needed distraction from the team’s lousy play here.)

Orioles announce theme nights, including tributes to ‘The Sandlot,’ ‘Game of Thrones’ and good dogs

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The Baltimore Orioles today announced a full slate of themed promotional events throughout the season, including a yoga night and games dedicated to classic kids’ baseball movie “The Sandlot,” HBO’s fantasy epic “Game of Thrones” and good doggos.

Some observations after last night’s poorly attended Orioles game

The scene before first pitch at last night’s Orioles-Blue Jays game. Photo by Brandon Weigel.

In addition to the indignity of seeing a one-run deficit balloon to six in the top of the 9th inning, the Baltimore Orioles had the rather dubious honor of playing in front of one of the smallest crowds in Oriole Park at Camden Yards history.

Orioles release remaining tickets for Kids Cheer Free program

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The Wall Street Journal‘s Jason Gay just wrote a column praising the Orioles for their new Kids Cheer Free program, and deservedly so. It truly is one of the best deals in professional sports: Adults who buy an upper deck ticket can bring up to two kids ages 9 or younger for free.

Holy cannoli, beer at Camden Yards will be as cheap as $4 this season

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When the Baltimore Orioles announced earlier this month they were starting a program allowing adults to bring children ages 9 and younger to games for free all season long, they paired the news with the promise of a new concessions menu offering more affordability.

Today, the team released more details, including that draft domestic beers will come in small, medium and large sizes for a range of $4-$8.

Once Again, Camden Yards Earns Title of Top Stadium in North America

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The writers over at the magazine Stadium Journey love Camden Yards, and rightfully so. This week, for the third year in a row, they ranked Oriole Park at Camden Yards as the top stadium experience in North America.

Top Stories This Week: Tragic Discovery of Man’s Body in Harbor, Charles Barkley Angers Crowd in East Baltimore, Camden Yards Gets LED Lights



Our most-read story this week was the sad report of a man’s body being found on Thursday in the harbor near Fells Point. Police were quickly able to identify it as Michael Bagley, a 23-year-old Baltimore resident who went missing about a block away in the neighborhood 12 days earlier. Bagley attended high school at Loyola Blakefield prep school in Towson and graduated from Loyola University Maryland here in Baltimore earlier this year.

Here were the other most well-read posts during the week of Nov. 26-Dec. 2: