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In the 2015 MLB season, the Baltimore Orioles won 81 games and lost 81 games. They enjoyed a five-game winning streak and set a record. The Baltimore Orioles became the only MLB franchise to hit more than one grand slam in the same inning, for two different games. Nolan Reimold and Steve Clevenger hit those 2015 record-making grand slams. Can the Orioles make this happen for a third game? Prior to 2015, the last was in 1986.
The Baltimore Orioles’ history extends back to 1894, when the team was actually part of the Milwaukee Brewers. Since then, the Orioles have enjoyed long periods of success, fueled by the team’s guiding principle: To play baseball the “Oriole Way.” What does it mean to play the Oriole Way? It means unified coaching and training to produce consistent development for the individual players and the team as a whole.
The Baltimore Orioles’ home stadium is Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The stadium opened for the first time in April 1992. Located at 333 West Camden Street in Baltimore, MD, Oriole Park is accessible via the MARC and Light Rail trains. Places to visit near or in Oriole Park include B&O Warehouse, Eutaw Street, Geppi’s Entertainment Museum, and the Babe Ruth Museum. Nearby lodgings include a Holiday Inn, a Hampton Inn, Rachel’s Dowry Bed and Breakfast, and a Sheraton. No matter what event you plan to attend, there’s plenty to do and see when you go to Oriole Park—home to the Baltimore Orioles.
With their 2015 performance, and the history of the Oriole Way, the Baltimore Orioles are sure to have an interesting 2016 MLB season. Whether you want to catch Spring Training, regular season games, or championships and series games, BuyTickets.com has the best deals and cheap Baltimore Orioles tickets for the 2016 MLB season.