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Plans to replace the Orioles former home, Memorial Stadium, began in 1984 when the NFL’s Baltimore Colts left town in the middle of the night and relocated to Indianapolis. Not wanting to see the Orioles follow suit, city officials hired architects to begin design on a new downtown ballpark. Construction began in 1989 and lasted 33 months. Former Orioles owner Eli Jacobs wanted to name the new stadium Oriole Park, while then-Maryland Governor William Donald Schaefer favored the name Camden Yards. The two sides compromised, combining their name ideas.
- Oriole Park at Camden Yards
333 W. Camden St Baltimore, MD 21201
Call at (888) 848-2473
- Baltimore Orioles and the State of Maryland
- Baltimore Orioles
- Camden Yards
- Right Field
- Behind home plate and left field
- Kentucky BlueGrass
- North by Gate H
- Gate D on the Lower Level
- Upper Level
- Club Level
Lots B and C - General
- Located directly south of stadium on Lee St
Surface Lots - General
- Surrounding Camden and M&T Bank Stadium
- Field Box: $55
- Terrace Box: $40
- Club Box: $45-$55
- Left Field Box: $27
- Lower Reserve: $15
- Upper Box: $18
- Upper Reserve: $8-$13
- Upper Box: $20
- No event is scheduled here.
- 1st Floor Warehouse
All Star Cafe
- Club Level
- Throughout the facility
- Behind Home Plate
Team Store Stands
- Throughout the park
- Padres non-tendered Tyson Ross
- Roger McDowell hired as new Pitching Coach
- DD interested in Reddick....then he signs with Houston. What's your plan for the Offseason?
- Orioles interested in Frank Viola as pitching coach
- Mark Trumbo Appreciation Thread
- All items are subject to search
- Upper level concourse only
- Permitted - Soft sided only
- Permitted - Must be factory sealed
- Permitted - Must be smaller than 16x16x8
Phone no: (410) 685-5000
Hampton Inn Baltimore - Downtown - Convention Center is steps away from Camden Yards, Baltimore’s Convention Center and historic Inner Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland. Stay at this ideal home base for a sports getaway, family weekend, or business travel. From your check-in at the front desk through the rest of your stay, enjoy our whimsical sports-themed lobby with baseball glove seating, baseball-themed floor tiles, and baseball bat lighting. Enjoy views of Camden Yards and Oriole Park from our patio or king studio suites.
Phone no: (410) 685-6800
There are dozens of sports bars in and around the city. At Frank and Nic's, our food comes first. We're constantly updating and adding to our award-winning menu in order to suit the ever-changing taste of our customers.
Phone no: 410-752-1784
Established March 17, 1988, Pickles Pub is a longtime Baltimore tradition. The #1 place for sports fans to watch their favorite teams for 25 years. Here you'll find find a sports experience offering an atmosphere fun for families and friends to grab a bite to eat before or after Orioles or Ravens games. Pickles Pub's extensive menu offers a wide variety of quick snacks and full size meals including : Burgers, Specialty Sandwiches, Appetizers, and Hardy Salads. In keeping with our traditional American fare, we offer a list of local and craft brews to accompany any meal.
Phone no: (410) 547-1280
The Camden Pub is a great place for student group happy hours with guest bartending, bachelor parties, or any kind of party. We have a private room upstairs, and catering is available. Please call or e-mail us for your next event