Baltimore Orioles Spring Training Tickets
Baltimore Orioles Spring Training Schedule
With just a few weeks
left in Spring Training, there are still some very exciting games left on the Baltimore Orioles schedule that Orioles fans
won't want to miss. Baseball fans in Baltimore have suffered through a long, cold winter and nothing sounds better than a
trip down to Sarasota, Florida to take in some much needed sunshine and watch their beloved Orioles as they prepare for another
season of baseball. With stars like Chris Davis, Adam Jones and the newly signed Nelson Cruz, the Baltimore Orioles are looking
to be a force in the American League East, where they will have to battle with the defending World Series Champions Boston
Red Sox and the retooled New York Yankees. Though life in the AL East is never easy, the Orioles have spent the last few years
putting together an impressive roster, including the emergence of first baseman Chris Davis, who is coming off of two monster
seasons, hitting an astounding 53 home runs and accumulating 138 RBI in 2013. With one of the best players on the planet donning
an Orioles uniform, the team is poised to make a move in the division this season, so fans better get down to Sarasota to
get a good look at the big stars and the up and coming prospects who are looking to score a spot on the Opening Day roster.
to StubHub today and check out the remaining games on the Baltimore Orioles Spring Training schedule and enjoy some sunshine
and family fun at Ed Smith Stadium. Orioles fans won't want to miss the match-up between the Orioles and the visiting Atlanta
Braves, who are coming off a year where they won the National League East. Orioles fans will also be thrilled to see the World
Champion Boston Red Sox head to Ed Smith Stadium for a preview of their regular season clashes. The Red Sox have been red
hot all Spring, hitting lots of home runs, and the Orioles will need to set a precedent if they want to unseat the champs
in 2014. The final Spring Training game of the season sees the Tampa Bay Rays visit Ed Smith Stadium in another exciting American
League East match-up. Fasten your seat belts because its going to be another exciting season in the AL East and it may come
down to the final days of the season to crown a champion.
Baltimore Orioles Spring Training Experience
is ready for winter to go away for good and for the warmth of Spring to return. Nothing signals Spring quite like the return
of baseball, when fans head down to Florida and Arizona to catch the first glimpse of their beloved team as they enter a new
season filled with endless possibilities. Loyal Orioles fans pack the intimate confines of Ed Smith Stadium in beautiful Sarasota,
Florida every season, able to experience all that makes this time of year so wonderful. Fans enjoy amazing access to their
favorite players during Spring Training, access that is hard to find during the hustle and bustle of the regular season. If
you want to see your favorite Orioles players in a relaxed and laid back atmosphere, get unparalleled access to autographs
and catch a glimpse at some prospects in the organization who may be the stars of the future, then Spring Training is the
perfect vacation for you. Ed Smith Stadium has recently enjoyed a beautiful makeover, completely overhauling the fan experience.
There has never been a better time for Orioles fans to get down to Sarasota and enjoy Chris Davis, Adam Jones, Manny Machado
and the rest of your favorites Orioles in the brilliant Florida sunshine.
Baltimore Orioles Team
Orioles are one of the most storied and respected organizations in all of Major League Baseball. The O's have won three World
Championships in their illustrious history, which also includes seven American League Pennants. With a long list of amazing
players like Cal Ripken Jr., Brooks Robinson, Frank Robinson, Eddie Murray and Jim Palmer, the Orioles have been amongst the
most successful organizations in all of the Majors. With current day stars like home run and RBI king Chris Davis, longtime
hero Adam Jones and new Oriole and former Texas Ranger Nelson Cruz filling out the roster, the Orioles know that they can
compete with the Red Sox and Yankees in the AL East. It won't be an easy feat, but there is a lot of buzz surrounding the
squad and 2014 might just be their year.
Baltimore Orioles Spring Training Trivia
The Baltimore Orioles
have twice made American League playoff history. What two feats did the Orioles pull off in 1969 and 2012?
the Orioles won the first ever American League Championship Series by defeating the Minnesota Twins before losing to the New
York Mets in the World Series. In 2012, the O's won the first ever American League Wild Card game, defeating the other American
League Wild Card Team, the Texas Rangers, before advancing on to the American League Divisional Series against the Yankees.