Orioles: This week at the yard

News Release, Baltimore Orioles


ORIOLES MAGAZINE ON SALE: The second edition of Orioles Magazine will go on sale on Tuesday. The magazine, which features TREY MANCINI on the cover, can be purchased at the park at any program or novelty stand or can be ordered as a subscription (includes three editions of Orioles Magazine, as well as the Orioles Yearbook) by calling 888-848-BIRD or by visiting Orioles.com/publications.

Prior to Friday’s game, Mancini will autograph copies of the magazine from 5:10-5:40 p.m. on Eutaw Street inside Gate A on a first-come, first-serve basis as time allows. Fans must have the second edition of the magazine in order to participate, as no other items will be signed. Magazines can be purchased for $5 at program stands around the ballpark or at the Orioles Team Store beginning on Tuesday.

MARGARITAVILLE NIGHT: The Orioles will host Margaritaville Night at Oriole Park on Tuesday as the Orioles face the Toronto Blue Jays. Ticket packages, which are still available at Orioles.com/ThemeNights, include an exclusive “It’s 7:05 Somewhere” t-shirt, and a game ticket. All fans attending Tuesday’s game can access the pregame tropical-themed party in the bullpen picnic area featuring festive live music.


RICHARD BLEIER TO APPEAR AT DUNKIN IN BALTIMORE: On Wednesday, Orioles pitcher RICHARD BLEIER will make an appearance at the Dunkin in Baltimore (1615 Whetstone Way, Baltimore, MD 21230) from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Bleier will great fans, and assist the staff with passing out coffee and donut orders.

LGBTQ PRIDE NIGHT: In celebration of LGBTQ Pride Month, the Orioles will host LGBTQ Pride Night at Oriole Park on Wednesday. LGBTQ Pride Night ticket packages, which include a ticket to the game and an O’s pride cap, are available for purchase at Orioles.com/ThemeNights. The Orioles will also host a VIP pregame party on the Budweiser Roof Deck beginning at 5:00 p.m., featuring music from local DJ ROSIE HICKS, along with passed appetizers and an open bar, courtesy of Tito’s Handmade Vodka. The VIP pregame party is sold out.

As part of Wednesday’s pregame ceremonies, Oriole Park at Camden Yards will be designated as a “Safe Place” by the Baltimore Police Department. The BPD Safe Place program is a citywide initiative designed to ensure the safety for those in the LGBTQ community by encouraging the reporting of anti-LGBTQ crimes, assisting victims, and enhancing the collaboration between the community and the BPD to make Baltimore a safer place to live.

A portion of proceeds from each LGBTQ Pride Night ticket package will benefit Moveable Feast and The Pride Center of Maryland. Moveable Feast is a Baltimore-based nonprofit that provides nutritious foods and other services in order to preserve quality of life for people with HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening conditions. The Orioles will also host the organization at the Community Booth near Gate D during the game. The Pride Center of Maryland is a catalyst for uniting and empowering sexual and gender minorities in Baltimore and Central Maryland, and to advocate for a better quality of life for the entire community. Additionally, the Orioles Team Store has select pride-themed merchandise on sale, including keychains, patches, and koozies.

NATIONAL ANTHEM: The Baltimore Men’s Chorus The Baltimore Men’s Chorus will perform the national anthem, and several members of the chorus will perform the song “Brothers Sing On” in honor of their organization’s 35th anniversary during the pregame ceremonies.


GIVEAWAY CRAB HAT: The first 20,000 fans 15 and over in attendance on Thursday will receive an Orioles Crab Hat.

ALUMNI AUTOGRAPH SERIES: Every Monday and Thursday home game, former Orioles players will sign autographs on Eutaw Street as part of the Orioles Alumni Autograph Series. RON HANSEN, GARY ROENICKE, and KEN SINGLETON will be on hand to meet fans and sign autographs from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Eutaw Street inside Gate H next to Chevy’s car activation location as part of the Chevy Alumni Autograph Series.

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