Oriole Park at Camden Yards
CAPACITY: 48,000 (1992); 48,079 (1994)
- First Hit: Paul Sorrento
- First Double: Chris Hoiles
- First Triple: Cal Ripken, Jr. (April 17th, 1992)
- First HR: Sorrento (April 8th, 1992)
- First Run: Sam Horn
- First RBI: Hoiles
Camden Yards is the ballpark that created the "retro" trend for new baseball stadiums. Built in Baltimore's historic old port area, it integrates the brick wall from a former factory on the site, and was part of a larger effort to revitalize the city's downtown.
In 2012, the Orioles unveiled a series of bronze statues depicting past Orioles greats outside the stadium. Those include Frank Robinson, Earl Weaver, Jim Palmer, Brooks Robinson, Eddie Murray and Cal Ripken Jr.
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