Orioles opener, Camden Yards celebrates 20 years
Craig Heist, WTOP Sports
Megan Cloherty, wtop.com
WASHINGTON - It's opening day at Camden Yards. The smell of possibility is in the air, though it's nearly overpowered by the smell of bacon.
One of the new concessions at Camden Yards this year: bacon on a stick, served in a Natty Boh bottle.
What's not to love?
More concessions include a Crab Mac 'n' Cheese dog from Fells Point eatery Stuggy's. Baltimore favorites Gino's and Stuggy's will be below the roof deck at the north end of Eutaw Street.
O's fans packed into Camden Yards to enjoy the Opening Day game against the Minnesota Twins. They filled the stadium 46,000 strong, selling out Camden Yards on its 20th anniversary.
Below, the team and its enthusiastic fans tweet photos of commemorative baseballs, jerseys and ceremonies taking place at Camden Yards Friday.
Our 20th Anniversary commemorative ball, used at all O's home games this season. Available at CamdenYards & online .. twitter.com/Orioles/status…— Baltimore Orioles (@Orioles) April 6, 2012
Let's Go #ORIOLES! It's Time to Show the MLB What BALTIMORE Is All About. Not Just A FootballTown,Let's Break the 14 yr Losing Steak in 2012— Michael Garland (@Garlando79) April 6, 2012
Here's a sneak peek at the Gold Glove Awards being presented to Nick Markakis & Matt Wieters before today's game. twitter.com/Orioles/status…— Baltimore Orioles (@Orioles) April 6, 2012
Good morning from The Ballpark That Forever Changed Baseball ... twitter.com/Orioles/status…— Baltimore Orioles (@Orioles) April 6, 2012
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