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Baltimore Orioles

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The Baltimore Orioles are a Major League Baseball team playing based in Baltimore, Maryland in the United States. Since the St. Louis Browns moved to Baltimore in 1954, the Orioles have become a staple in downtown Baltimore. Moving forward, the club has collected 3 World Series titles, 7 American League Pennants, 9 American League East Division titles, and 3 Wild Card berths. The club has also fostered Hall of Fame careers for Earl Weaver, Eddie Murray, Brooks Robinson, Frank Robinson, Jim Palmer and Cal Ripken, Jr. Under the general management of Mike Elias and managed by Brandon Hyde, the Orioles have been rebuilding their franchise since 2019. With the #1 ranked farm system, according to MLB Pipeline, the Orioles are beginning to see new talent take the field. The Baltimore Orioles remain focused on three main principles moving forward: Creating a fun-family atmosphere Connecting with our community Producing the best baseball team on the field When Oriole Park at Camden Yards (OPACY) opened on April 6, 1992, a new era of Major League Baseball began. The park was brand new, but still old-fashioned. State-of-the-art, yet quaint. At less than a day old, it was already a classic. In the 30 years that have followed, OPACY has welcomed more than 72 million fans including individuals from all 50 states and more than 100 countries. The city of Baltimore and the entire state of Maryland have derived over $10 billion in economic impact from the more than 72 million fans who have attended Orioles games over the last 30 seasons, as well as from the millions more who have participated in major concerts, festivals, meetings, tours, and community events that have been held at the ballpark.