Oriole Park at Camden Yards

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Oriole Park at Camden Yards, often simply known as Camden Yards, has been the home of the Baltimore Orioles since the 1992 season

BUILT: 1992

CAPACITY: 48,000 (1992); 48,079 (1994)

FIRST GAME: April 6, 1992, vs. Cleveland Indians (Orioles 2, Indians 0)

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.




Description of stadium's first game

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