Orioles to offer four-day flash sale for the August 9-11 weekend series

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the 1989 “Why Not?” team

News Release, Baltimore Orioles

In continued celebration of the 30th anniversary of the 1989 Orioles “Why Not?” team, the Orioles are turning back ticket pricing to 1989 Memorial Stadium prices with a four-day flash sale valid for August 9 to 11 games against the Houston Astros. Tickets are available for a limited time and while supplies last.

From 9:00 a.m. ET on Thursday, August 1, to 11:59 on Sunday, August 4, fans can take advantage of discounted pricing for the August 9 to 11 weekend series. To reflect the 1989 pricing at Memorial Stadium, Terrace Box sections 1-17 will be $8.50, while Upper Reserve (sections 316-324 and 348-356) will be $6.50. Up to eight tickets per transaction are allowed. The offer is valid exclusively at Orioles.com/WhyNot.

As part of the celebration of the 1989 team, prior to Friday night’s 7:05 p.m. game against the Astros, the Orioles will hold a special pregame ceremony honoring the members of the 1989 team, including Orioles Legend and National Baseball Hall of Famer CAL RIPKEN, JR., JEFF BALLARD, PHIL BRADLEY, MIKE DEVEREAUX, RENE GONZALES, TIM HULETT, DAVE JOHNSON, BOB MILACKI, GREGG OLSON, JOE ORSULAK, JAMIE QUIRK, BILL RIPKEN, DAVE SCHMIDT, LARRY SHEETS, MIKE SMITH, MARK WILLIAMSON, and CRAIG WORTHINGTON.

The first 20,000 fans 15 and over attending the game will receive an ’89 “Why Not?” T-shirt. Orioles players, coaches, and uniformed personal will also wear throwback 1989 jerseys and caps, which will be autographed, authenticated, and auctioned online at Orioles.com/auctions to benefit the Orioles Charitable Foundation.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit Orioles.com/WhyNot.

Join our email list!

Join our email list! Email subscribers may receive subscriber-only discounts, news, and tips. We only send out an email newsletter twice a month! Thank you!

David M. Higgins II

David M. Higgins was born in Baltimore and grew up in Southern Maryland. He has had a passion for journalism since high school. After spending many years in the Hospitality Industry he began working in Digital Marketing, eventually leading him back to his passion. David started The Southern Maryland Chronicle in December 2017 and has grown it to become the #1 news source in Southern Maryland.

David M. Higgins II has 11220 posts and counting. See all posts by David M. Higgins II