Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore is my favorite baseball stadium to visit. I love the vintage ballpark styling of the stadium.

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I love that the old B&O railroad warehouse was integrated into the design

Great Vintage Fonts.

Great Vintage Fonts.

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Wrought Iron awnings.  I love that the stadium uses Loden green and brick.

Wrought Iron awnings. I love that the stadium uses loden green and brick.

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The famous Eutaw Street

The famous Eutaw Street

Boog's Bar-B-Q on Eutaw Street

Boog's Bar-B-Q on Eutaw Street

B-B-Q and beer from Boog's

B-B-Q and beer from Boog's

You can even say hello to former Orioles first baseman Boog Powell.  He'll pose for photographs and sign autographs!

You can even say hello to former Orioles first baseman Boog Powell. He'll pose for photographs and sign autographs!

Great painted signs on the old B&O warehouse

Great painted signs on the old B&O warehouse

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Ken Griffey Jr. has been the only player to hit a ball off the warehouse.  Here is the plaque which commemorates the spot.

Ken Griffey Jr. has been the only player to hit a ball off the warehouse. Here is the plaque which commemorates the spot.

More great fonts inside the stadium

More great fonts inside the stadium

It was vintage uniform day at the park, and the Orioles were wearing the 1949 Negro League Baltimore Elite Giants uniforms.  They are awesome!

It was vintage uniform day at the park, and the Orioles were wearing the 1949 Negro League Baltimore Elite Giants uniforms. They are awesome!

Lester Lockett wearing the original Elite Giants uniform in the 1940's

Lester Lockett wearing the original Elite Giants uniform in the 1940's

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The Orioles dugout.  The Elite Giants uniforms are the best!

The Orioles dugout. The Elite Giants uniforms are the best!

I love this usher's handelbar mustache

I love this usher's handelbar mustache

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These awesome spaceman bottles were manufactured by Space Foods Co. in Baltimore Maryland in the early 1950’s. Unfortunately the company went bankrupt before it was able to ship out these amazing bottles to manufacturers. The bottle tops are also slotted and can be used as a bank. Too bad these never went into production.

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The original shipping box!

The original shipping box!