Oriole Park at Camden Yards

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Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Location Baltimore, Maryland
Opened April 3, 1992
Other Names n/a
Tenants Baltimore Orioles (1992-present)

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, often referred to as just Oriole Park or Camden Yards, is a Major League Baseball (MLB) ballpark located in Baltimore, Maryland. Home to the Baltimore Orioles, it is the first of the "retro" major league ballparks constructed during the 1990s and early 2000s. It was completed in 1992 to replace Memorial Stadium.

The park is situated in downtown Baltimore, a few blocks west of Inner Harbor in the Camden Yards Sports Complex.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
Major League Baseball April 3, 1992 Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Mets Program
July 13, 1993 American League vs. National League MLB All-Star Game Program
1996 Baltimore Orioles Program
1996 Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees ALCS Program
1997 Baltimore Orioles vs. Seattle Mariners ALDS Program
1997 Baltimore Orioles vs. Cleveland Indians ALCS Program
2004 Baltimore Orioles Program
2012 Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees ALDS Program
2014 Baltimore Orioles vs. Kansas City Royals ALCS Program
2017 Baltimore Orioles Program

See also

List of Major League Baseball stadiums

Major League Baseball (2022)
American League East Central West
Baltimore Orioles (Oriole Park at Camden Yards)
Boston Red Sox (Fenway Park)
New York Yankees (Yankee Stadium)
Tampa Bay Rays (Tropicana Field)
Toronto Blue Jays (Rogers Centre)
Chicago White Sox (Guaranteed Rate Field)
Cleveland Guardians (Progressive Field)
Detroit Tigers (Comerica Park)
Kansas City Royals (Kauffman Stadium)
Minnesota Twins (Target Field)
Houston Astros (Minute Maid Park)
Los Angeles Angels (Angel Stadium)
Oakland Athletics (RingCentral Coliseum)
Seattle Mariners (T-Mobile Park)
Texas Rangers (Globe Life Field)
National League East Central West
Atlanta Braves (Truist Park)
Miami Marlins (LoanDepot Park)
New York Mets (Citi Field)
Philadelphia Phillies (Citizens Bank Park)
Washington Nationals (Nationals Park)
Chicago Cubs (Wrigley Field)
Cincinnati Reds (Great American Ball Park)
Milwaukee Brewers (American Family Field)
Pittsburgh Pirates (PNC Park)
St. Louis Cardinals (Busch Stadium)
Arizona Diamondbacks (Chase Field)
Colorado Rockies (Coors Field)
Los Angeles Dodgers (Dodger Stadium)
San Diego Padres (Petco Park)
San Francisco Giants (Oracle Park)
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