When we got to Baltimore we stated with my Uncle Larry and Aunt Sallie. On our first dart there we had planned to go visit family, but instead got to go to the emergency room because Bethany had a fever that wouldn’t go away. It turned out she had a urinary tract infection. Luckily the next day she was feeling well enough that we could go to Camden Yards for a tour of the Baltimore Orioles beautiful ballpark.
Levi by Brooks Robinson's number, also his age.
Statue of Herman Babe Ruth, who was born a few blocks from the stadium and actually started as an Oriole minor leager.
Next to number 8, Cal Ripkin, who I grew up watching.
The warehouse next to the stadium, which has quite a history and actually dictated the theme of the stadium.
The warehouse, which is part of the outfield at Camden Yards.
A building next door that was a railroad station
Little Miss is ready to tour the stadium.
The view from a park you can eat at and look at the field.
The bullpen is tiered and really easy to see.
And old sign
Uncle Larry and Levi in a suite on the tour.
One of the orange seats in the field, one where Eddie Murray's 500th home run landed and one where Ripken's 278th as a short stop hit (setting a record)
Bethany and I in the suite.
More old logos
Cal Ripken's record stuff.
In the old school media area.
Scoreboard. Neat story, when there is a hit the H lights up and an error the E lights up.
Standing on the warning track on the field behind home plate
Me, Bethany, Uncle Larry, Levi, Aunt Sallie and Kendra on the field
Levi in the batter's box.
Heading back into the stands
The original foul pole, moved from the previous stadium.
They have flags for all American League teams and show them in standing order. This pole is brand new added for the Astros. Its also last place, so its just for the Astros.
In the walkway by the warehouse every homerun that has every hit is marked where it hits. Only one has ever hit the building, but a local favorite of ours, Lance Berkman has a spot on the walkway.