Oriole Park at Camden Yards during a July 16 game against the Washington Nationals. Photo by Brandon Weigel.

Say what you will about the state of the 2019 Orioles, winners of two games in a row, but a great deal is a great deal.

The team is offering a new O’s Unlimited pass offering general admission to all 13 home games in the month of September for $30. Yep, just $30 for two weeks of baseball in one of the best ballparks on the planet.

The tickets are for designated standing room only sections.

According to data compiled by Statista, the average price for a Major League Baseball ticket is $32.99. For just one game!

Here’s where you jump in and point out the O’s are 41-86 and 41.5 games behind the division-leading New York Yankees. To which I say, so what? This year was always going to be about the rebuild, and there are some interesting young players to watch in Hunter Harvey, DJ Stewart, Chance Sisco and Anthony Santander, and a few more may be called up when rosters expand on Sept. 1.

Plus, there are resilient veterans like Trey Mancini, Jonathan Villar and Hanser Alberto who are having great seasons despite the team’s growing pains.

Buy your O’s Unlimited pass here.

Brandon Weigel is the managing editor of Baltimore Fishbowl. A graduate of the University of Maryland, he has been published in The Washington Post, The Sun, Baltimore Magazine, Urbanite, The Baltimore...