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10/15/14 - The Baltimore Orioles are on the brink of elimination against the Kansas City Royals in the ALCS. The Royals have a 3-0 series lead heading into Game 4 with a possible Game 5 to still be held in Kansas City if the Orioles win. Baltimore would have to win two games in a row to force another game at Camden Yards. According to Razorgator, Orioles tickets would average $330 for a Game 6 and more than $500 for a Game 7.
10/14/14 - Now down 3-0 in the ALCS, Baltimore has to win tomorrow night in Kansas City to stay alive in this year's MLB Playoffs. The Orioles had a 1-0 lead after Hardy doubled home Pearce in the 2nd, but they couldn't hold off the red hot Royals. Miguel Gonzalez (10-4, 3.23 ERA) gets the start in Game 4.
10/11/14 - Baltimore finds itself in a 2-0 hole after dropping both home games to start the ALCS. If they can win two of three at Kansas City, they'll return home to play Game 6 on Friday, October 17th. ALCS Game 6 tickets start at $149.
10/10/14 – Last Minute ALCS tickets for tonight’s opener in Baltimore continue to drop in price as the game approaches. SRO tickets start at $57 and that get-in price has fallen $10 in the last three hours. Upper outfield tickets for tomorrow’s Game 2 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards are a minimum $101. Baltimore led the league with 211 home runs this season while the Royals were dead last – will that make the difference in this series? It is the first time in history that these two ball clubs will face each other in the postseason so don’t miss the historic matchup!
10/8/14 - The Baltimore Orioles took out the broom sticks against the Detroit Tigers beating three former Cy Young winners in a row to sweep the Tigers and move on to ALCS to take on the Kansas City Royals. It was the first time in his career Orioles manager Buck Showalter had won a playoff series in all of his years of managing and can now look forward to his first managing experience in a league championship series. The Orioles host the Royals this Thursday at Camden Yards as Baltimore Orioles tickets for Game 1 have a current average price of $294.71 on the secondary market with a get in price of $106, according to Razorgator.
10/6/14 - For the first time since 1997, the Baltimore Orioles will be in the American League Championship Series. This will also be the first ALCS appearance for Orioles manager Buck Showalter in his 16 year managerial career. Baltimore will play the Kansas City Royals in the ALCS and according to Razorgator, Orioles tickets will average over $450 on the secondary market for the games at Oriole Park at Camden Yards with possible games 6 and 7 both over $500.
9/25/14 - They lost one of their top hitters to a season-ending injury in midseason. They lost another hitter to a substance-abuse suspension which will extend into the postseason. They don’t have a pitcher that you could point a finger at and say, “He’s their ace.” Yet, this is a team that reeled in a team who was at one point playing as well as any in Major League Baseball, and then ran away and hid from a division that is, in many years, considered the toughest in the bigs. Take a bow, Baltimore Orioles. Much of this effort can be laid at the feet not of any one position player or pitcher, but manager Buck Showalter, under whom they’ve made constant, steady improvement.
9/15/14 - This is your last chance to buy Baltimore Orioles tickets at home during the regular season! As leaders in the AL Eastern Division, the O’s are practically locked into the postseason, so make sure to keep an eye on those MLB Playoff tickets and secure seats at Camden Yards for the ALDS. Baltimore comes into their final regular season homestand, against the Toronto Blue Jays and Boston Red Sox, hot off the heels of three victories over the Yankees. Score your Baltimore Orioles tickets for as little as $10 when they face Toronto tonight (9/15) and tomorrow (9/16).
9/9/14 - After a week's play in September, the Baltimore Orioles extended their divisional dominance to 10 games ahead of the second place Yankees—marking the clubhouse’s first double-digit lead in 35 years. Hear that? It’s the twittering of bandwagoners clamoring to join the O’s victory parade. Score your Baltimore Orioles tickets now before they get snatched up as we approach playoffs! Baltimore is at Fenway Park this weekend, and with one win locked in, the Orioles intend on sweeping the Red Sox. See Baltimore at Boston for $14 tonight (9/9), or pay a super-low $4 tomorrow (9/10).
9/4/14 - The Baltimore Orioles have won six of their last seven games and are speeding towards the postseason in this final month of baseball. Bud Norris threw six shutout innings, notching in his 12th win of the season, and the Orioles have a 9.5 game lead in the AL East. Baltimore closes their extended homestand tonight, with a game against the Orioles, and hit the road tomorrow for a series against the Rays in Tampa Bay. Score a last minute deal on Baltimore Orioles tickets tonight, and pay just $3 to get-in at Camden Yards.
8/28/14 - The Baltimore Orioles may be top dogs in their division, but that doesn’t mean they’re safe from sweeps! Baltimore spent last week in Chicago and swept the White Sox before being swept themselves, by the Cubs, no less. The Orioles bounced back with two wins over Tampa Bay, though they will have to move forward without Manny Machado (season-ending knee surgery). Baltimore has fared well without their third baseman and are still six games ahead in the NL East, looking for their first division title since 1997. Buy Baltimore Orioles tickets and see them finish-off the Rays tonight for a $17 minimum, or score seats at Camden Yards a day later to see the Os vs. Twins at $15 to get-in (8/29).
8/20/14 – All eyes may be fixed on the on-going battle between the A’s and Angels in the American League, but the Orioles have been making a ton of noise in the postseason race as well! Baltimore trailed the dethroned Oakland squad by a mere two games, and judging by their recent track record as losers of five straight and seven in the last eight, now is the time to strike. Catch Baltimore on the road this week against the Chicago Cubs, and pay as little as $10 to get-in on Sunday (8/24). If you want to see a slugger hit one out of the park before the season ends, buy Baltimore Orioles tickets and see the homerun leaders (154 in 122 games) today!
8/11/14 – The Baltimore Orioles have continued their push towards the postseason, further distancing themselves at the top of their division. The hot rod team did well to celebrate its 60th Anniversary last week, honoring the likes of Cal Ripken Jr. and 4 other Hall of Famers, while widening the AL East gap to 5 games ahead. The Orioles hope to extend the winning tradition with their upcoming series against the New York Yankees, who will arrive at Camden Yards hungry to make up for lost ground. Baltimore Orioles tickets are cheapest tonight, with a great last-minute deal of $20 in the Outfield. Pay $29 to get-in tomorrow night in the Lower Reserve (8/12), or wait for Wednesday (8/13) and spend $27 for the Upper Infield.
8/4/14 – The Baltimore Orioles finished the month of July with an impressive 17-8 record; granting them sole possession of the AL East and narrowing the gap between themselves and league-leaders, Detroit and Oakland. With a 3.5 game lead, the O’s have a chance to gain further distance in their tight division, facing the Blue Jays and Yankees in upcoming series. First, Baltimore will play Toronto on the road and St. Louis at home. Buy Baltimore Orioles tickets vs. Toronto this week and watch a pivotal divisional series for as little as $12 (8/6-8/7). Ticket prices bump up to a $23 minimum when the Cardinals visit Camden Yards (8/10).
7/28/14 – The Baltimore Orioles couldn't be happier to get hitter Manny Machado back in the lineup, after he missed nearly half a dozen games from lower-back spasms. Machado took the Orioles over the Seattle Mariners, finishing off Baltimore’s grueling road trip against three tough AL West opponents on a good note. After going 6-4 on the road, the Orioles return home to face familiar faces (the Angels and Mariners) at Camden Yards. Baltimore is still three games up in the AL East, but they’ll have to surge on, considering the Tampa Bay Rays are 9-1 in their last 10 games. Get cheap Baltimore Orioles tickets for each of their three game sets this week are available of Razorgator: pay $8 to get-in against the Los Angeles Angels on 7/31, or spend $11 for the 8/2 match opposite the Seattle Mariners.
7/21/14 – The Baltimore Orioles returned from the All-Star break on a rocky foot. They’re still first in the AL East division, but the Orioles lost their first series back, dropping two to the majors-leading Oakland Athletics. The two will not meet again this year—unless, of course, both teams keep it up and enter the postseason. Watch the team bounce back and keep up their first half success with Baltimore Orioles tickets in Anaheim; pay as little as $5 to get into tonight’s game at Angel Stadium.
7/14/14 – The Baltimore Orioles sure move quickly. This season, the club reached 50 victories in their fewest games since 1997. The Orioles hit 50 last week during the “Beltway Series” against Washington, and defeated the New York Yankees on Sunday night it what may prove to be the shortest game of the year. Kevin Gausman allowed a single run and Chris Davis hit a two-run homer with ten minutes left in the game that was called by rain after 4.5 innings. Although pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez is heading to the disabled list, at least it has nothing to do with his elbow; the right-hander will be out with a right ankle injury. Buy Baltimore Orioles tickets when they visit the majors-leading Oakland Athletics after the All-Star Break. See them at O.CO Coliseum for a minimum of $25 on Friday (7/18) and Sunday (7/20).
7/7/14 - Baltimore Orioles nation sure has reason to celebrate! The Orioles lead not only the AL East with a 48-40 record, but Baltimore beat out all other MLB teams for the most players picked to start in the upcoming 2014 All Star Game. The three teammates to win this honor are slugger Nelson Cruz, catcher Matt Wieters and outfielder Adam Jones. All Star Game tickets on Tuesday 7/15 start at $217, but you can see them for cheaper before the big day. Pay as low as $12 to watch the Orioles take on the Washington Nationals in DC on July 8, or score Baltimore Orioles tickets for their following series: spend a mere $13 to see them host the New York Yankees on Friday, July 11.
6/30/14 – The Baltimore Orioles have worn some of their shine, stumbling from top contention in the AL East with their fourth loss in the last six games. The Orioles defeated the Yankees and White Sox in two games last week, but their recent outing as host to the Tampa Bay Rays saw them drop three uninspired games. It’s clear their the Orioles are in a bit of a funk, as third baseman Manny Machado will serve a five game suspension for intentionally throwing his bat on the field. Still, Baltimore is just 1.5 games back from the division-leasing Toronto Blue Jays, who are suffering a three game losing streak. Help your squad get to the top with Baltimore Orioles tickets in this pivotal week. The Orioles will play host to the Texas Rangers starting Monday night, and will play a series against Boston over Fourth of July Weekend. Set fireworks off with Baltimore Orioles July 4 tickets: spend just $28 to get-in and witness pyrotechnics on and off the diamond!
6/23/14 – The Baltimore Orioles have chipped away at the Blue Jays’ division lead, and now find themselves just 1.5 games out of the top spot—tied with the Yankees for second place. Baltimore just might have right pitching stuff to take first in the AL East this week, what with an incredible starting rotation posting 0.76 ERA over the last four games, and Toronto squaring off against New York. Baltimore defeated the Yankees two to one over their weekend trip, and is now back home to host the Chicago White Sox and Tampa Bay Rays. Cheap Baltimore Orioles tickets are offered for their upcoming games against Chicago, $16 minimum on 6/25, and Tampa Bay, $19 minimum on 6/28.
6/16/14 – After a successful home campaign last week, with a series-win over the Red Sox followed by two games over the Blue Jays, the Baltimore Orioles are second in their division mid-way through June. The AL West contenders are tied with the Yankees, both at 35-33 and 4.5 games behind the league-leading Toronto club. This week is extremely important for Baltimore, and Wei-Yen Chen will try to extend his six-week win streak when he opens a series against Tampa Bay tonight. Score Baltimore Orioles tickets for as little as $5-$6 across their visit to Tropicana Field (Jun 16-18).
6/9/14- The Baltimore Orioles are headed into some stiff AL East competition. Baltimore hasn’t done much to narrow the division gap (Toronto leads by 5.5 games), but they’ll try when the Boston Red Sox (6/9-6/11) and the Toronto Blue Jays (6/12-6/15) visit Oriole Park this week. Is your dad an AL East fan? Buy Baltimore Orioles tickets at an $8 minimum on 6/10, and $10 minimum on 6/13-6/14 for an affordable Father’s Day gift!
6/2/14 - After the Orioles dropped two games to the Houston Astros, Baltimore came back to tie up the series and bring themselves up over the .500 mark. Nelson Cruz has been remarkable recently, hitting .315 with a MLB-leading 20 homeruns and 52 RBIs. Unluckily, the outfielder was injured after being hit by a pitch on Sunday, and is listed as day to day. Cruz should be back in the lineup before the end of their road trip in Texas against the Rangers. Get Baltimore Orioles tickets on the road for as low as $2 (6/3-6/5). Orioles tickets jump up to an $11 minimum when they play at Camden Yards against the Oakland Athletics (6/8).
5/27/14 - After losing five games in a row at home, the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Cleveland Indians at Camden Yards on Sunday to put an end to their homestand skid. The Orioles then brought themselves two games over .500 with a victory against the Milwaukee Brewers on Memorial Day. Score Baltimore Orioles tickets and see if they can finish off one of the hottest teams in the majors with a series sweep! Get cheap Baltimore Orioles tickets for their final two games opposite the Brewers: pay only $5 to get-in this Tuesday and Wednesday at Miller Park.
5/19/14 - The tightest division in the MLB just got a little looser. The Baltimore Orioles have separated themselves from the pack, now just half a game behind the Yankees and multiple games in front of Toronto, Boston and Tampa Bay. The Orioles were swept by Detroit and spilt their four-game series against Kansas City last week, so they'll have to step it up if they hope to usurp New York's No. 1 spot. Next up, the Orioles will battle lighter competition, with two games against the Pirates and a four-game homestand opposite the Cleveland Indians. Cheap Baltimore Orioles tickets are available in Pittsburgh for $2 to get-in (5/20-5/21).
5/12/14 - The Baltimore Orioles have taken first place in the AL East! After sweeping the Rays in Tampa Bay and winning two of three games over the visiting Astros, the Orioles are now 20-15 and 1.5 games ahead of the New York Yankees. See if the Orioles can extend their division lead this week when they host the Detroit Tigers, followed by a four-game series with the Royals in Kansas City. Baltimore Orioles tickets are as little as $9 this Wednesday (vs. Detroit), and an even cheaper $4 minimum at Kauffman Stadium (vs. Kansas City) this Thursday.
5/5/14 - The Baltimore Orioles are looking to get back to their routine after two consecutive games were cancelled due to inclement weather last week. The Orioles didn't let that stop them from taking down the Pittsburgh Pirates back-to-back when competition resumed as a double header on Thursday. Baltimore will continue on the road with a trip to Tampa Bay, before returning home to host the Houston Astros over the weekend. Their entire series in Florida against the Rays offers a get-in price of $8 (5/6-5/8).
4/28/14 - The Baltimore Orioles are just past the .500 mark with an 11-10 record on the season. Last week, Baltimore went 2-0 over Toronto to take the series, but dropped two against Kansas City over the weekend, losing slugger Chris Davis to the 15-day DL in the process (torn oblique). Heading into Week 4 of baseball, the Orioles will face the Pittsburgh Pirates for just two games at Camden Yards, before hitting the road for a series against Minnesota. Score cheap Baltimore Orioles tickets this week: pay $6 to see them against Pittsburgh, or $7 to see them play the Twins in Minneapolis.
4/21/14 - The Baltimore Orioles lost their second straight game to the Red Sox off of David Lough's throwing error with two outs left in the ninth inning on Sunday. It's not over yet, as Baltimore has a chance to bring their record up to the .500 mark by tying their series with the Red Sox today. The Orioles complete their road trip with a visit to the Toronto Blue Jays tomorrow, and will finish off the week playing host to the Kansas City Royals. Score cheap Baltimore Orioles tickets this week: get-in for $5 across all three games against Toronto (4/22-4/23), or pay $11 to get into their series against the Royals (4/25-4/27).
4/14/14- The Baltimore Orioles have yet to find their early season groove, racking up a 5-7 record for fourth place in the AL East. After winning their series against the Yankees, they dropped two games over the weekend to the Blue Jays, with their most stimulating offensive action coming from their ball girl, who mistakenly fielded a live ball. The Orioles get a chance to bounce back against the Tampa Bay Rays at home tonight, before they travel to Boston to take on the Red Sox this weekend. Baltimore Orioles tickets are just $5 to start in the Upper Infield this Tuesday at Camden Yards.
4/7/14 - After the first week of baseball, the Baltimore Orioles are 2-4. The underdog contenders avoided two sweeps with a win over the Red Sox last Monday and a win over the Tigers yesterday. Today, the squad starts their series against the Yankees in New York, for Derek Jeter's final home game opener. You can still get into Yankee Stadium for as low as $5 today, $3 tomorrow and $8 on Wednesday. Shortstop JJ Hardy will miss his third game in four days due to lower back spasms than have been plaguing him since last year. Score cheap Baltimore Orioles tickets when they head back to Camden Yards to host the Toronto Blue Jays this weekend (4/11-4/13); get-in for $10 this Saturday and $9 this Sunday.
3/31/14 - The Baltimore Orioles kicked off regular season play today against the Boston Red Sox. While fan favorites Chris Davis, Adam Jones and Manny Machado incited standing ovations from the tens of thousands of Orioles fans in attendance, newbie Nelson Cruz was welcomed with lively "Cruzzzz" cheers. The improved Orioles held off the Red Sox (2-1) in the exciting Opening Day matchup and Cruz received cream pie in the face from teammates during a postgame interview. What a way to start off the year! Baltimore Orioles tickets are available for the next two games of this series, with the cheapest tickets coming this Thursday (4/3) for just $12.
3/24/14 - The Baltimore Orioles have just one more game left at Ed Smith Stadium in Florida this year! Spring training tickets for their final Grapefruit League matchup with the Tampa Bay Rays start at $44. The Orioles will be heading up north to take on the Boston Red Sox on March 31 for Opening Day; tickets start at $109 in the Upper Outfield. Perhaps Baltimore's latest trade will help them tackle the defending World Series Champions: the Tigers acquired 37 year-old shortstop Alex Gonzalez from Baltimore, in exchange for Steve Lombardozzi, a 25 year-old switch-hitting utility player.
3/17/14 - Though they were in the race, the Baltimore Orioles failed to bag veteran RHP Ervin Santana, who is now in Atlanta with the Braves. Another tough pill to swallow: Manny Machado has suffered a setback in recovery from a torn ligament, and will most likely not appear on Opening Day. This will give Ryan Flaherty the opportunity to shine on as the club's third baseman to start the season. The Orioles have the second-highest priced Opening Day game in the league, at $223 on average. You've still got a chance to score cheap Baltimore Orioles tickets if you catch them this week during Spring Training! Orioles tickets are offered at a low $12 to see them against the Minnesota Twins tonight, and double to (a still affordable) $24 to watch them take on the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday.
3/10/14 - The Baltimore Orioles are reportedly in the mix to sign free agent pitcher Ervin Santana, offering him $13MM plus incentives against the Jays' $14MM one-year offer to the right-hander. A player the franchise definitely wants to see back in action is Manny Machado, who is slated for evaluation next week, after undergoing knee surgery for a season ending injury in September. Keep up with the Orioles and see if Machado will be good for a full return and if the Santana rumors are true! Baltimore Orioles tickets are just $19 when they play the Boston Red Sox tomorrow at Ed Smith Stadium, and $37 when they take on the New York Yankees this Saturday.
3/3/14 - The Baltimore Orioles opened up their Spring Training schedule with a road game against the Tampa Bay Rays on 2/28 and a Grapefruit home game against the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday, pulling in back-to-back victories. Yesterday, the Orioles suffered their first loss of spring, a tough 8-6 game against the Boston Red Sox. See them get their mojo back with Baltimore Orioles tickets this week! The Orioles will be playing four games in a row (Thurs-Sun), including a Red Sox rematch on 3/8; tickets start at $24 in Sarasota.
2/24/14 - If last week's signing of Ubaldo Jimenez didn't get you riled up for the Baltimore Orioles in 2014, their latest deal will. Two days ago, the Orioles and Nelson Cruz reached a one-year, $8.5 million deal. The free agent outfielder was previously suspended from the Texas Rangers as a result of the Biogenesis scandal, and is raring for redemption. See how the slugger fares in his new uniform with Baltimore Orioles tickets: seats are averaging at $44 over spring training.
2/18/14 - The Baltimore Orioles aren't done with offseason signing just yet: the O's agreed to a $48 million four-year deal with one of the biggest players left on the free agent market: RHP Ubaldo Jimenez. This move, coupled with the finalization of South Korean RHP Suk-min Yoon's three-year contract, makes the O's big contenders in the AL East. All of this action has caused Baltimore Orioles tickets for their first Spring Training game to take a big jump in price, from $5 to a $24 minimum—but that's still a bargain to see them take on the Toronto Blue Jays March 1!
2/11/14 - The Baltimore Orioles were in the final race to bag free-agent pitcher Bronson Arroyo, but ultimately lost the starter to the Arizona Diamondbacks. Now, the club is desperate for a vet in the rotation and, as such, are showing more aggressive interest in remaining free agents A.J. Burnett, Suk-min Yoon and Ervin Santana. Pitchers report for Spring Training in two days, get some Baltimore Orioles tickets now and see who takes the mound on March 1 for just $5!
1/27/14 - Despite achieving their first two winning seasons since ’97, one prominent flaw has plague the Baltimore Orioles over the last couple years: the bullpen. Everyone wants to know who will be added to the Orioles’ porous starting lineup come March! With a considerably quiet offseason, are the O’s doing all they can to compete in the hard-hitting Eastern division? Baltimore Orioles tickets are averaging $42 to see who's on the mound for Spring Training!
7/25/13 - Last year’s Orioles were lucky. Despite sabermetricians’ talk of “regression to the mean” (a fancy way of saying “returning to normal”), this year’s O’s are just plain good, led by the surprising power of Chris Davis. With four teams contending for postseason action, the O’s have to hope they continue to play well enough to stay in the hunt.
4/3/13 – For the Orioles, Opening Day was a success! A big seventh inning led to a 7-4 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays, a team they outlasted last season to make the MLB Playoffs. Following the series at Tropicana Field, the Orioles will head to Baltimore for their home opener at Camden Yards. The Orioles home opener against the Minnesota Twins is the most expensive game of the entire season; tickets range from $91-$358. Compared to other MLB teams, Orioles tickets are reasonable and below the League average. In the month of April, Orioles tickets are twelfth cheapest in the League – just as Orioles tickets for the entire season are.
Baltimore Orioles 2014 Season
This offseason, the Baltimore Orioles are still on the hunt for a starting pitcher; desperately needing to fill out their weak rotation The Orioles are showing interest in a number of veteran starters that would improve last season’s fourth-worst ERA numbers in the AL. After missing out on coveted Masahiro Tanaka to the New York Yankees
, Baltimore is looking closely at right-hander Fernando Rodney, who is one of the top closes left on the free-agent market.
Jim Johnson's trade to Oakland brought back former first-round pick Jemile Weeks, while Nate McLouth departed in place of David Lough from the Royals. The Orioles have since halted agreements with Grant Balfour and Tyler Covin after questionable physical results, which still leaves 11 outfielders to report for Spring Training.They would be added to the O's solid offensive lineup (with the likes of J.J. Hardy, Manny Machado, Adam Jones) and the best defensive team in the history of MLB, which set records for fewest errors committed and highest team fielding percentage last season. Get riled up Birdland: if Baltimore acquires a few more reliable arms, your Orioles are primed for a stellar season in the toughest of divisions!
After 14 consecutive losing seasons, the Baltimore Orioles turned it around in 2012 — posting a winning record and qualifying for postseason play. With a relatively quiet off-season, the 2013 squad looks similar to last year.
The O's have a chance to contend for a second consecutive postseason berth; defensively they are loaded with five Golden Glove Award winners — it may as well be 6 with Manny Machado in the infield. If Tommy Hunter can remain effective in the bullpen, the Birds can keep Jair Jurriens and Brian Roberts healthy and possibly pick up a power hitter, this team will certainly be competitive in a very tough AL East.
Orioles baseball tickets are twelfth cheapest in the League; in fact, every game (except two) has tickets under $20 available. Orioles-Nationals tickets to see the Battle of the Beltways won’t cost you an arm and a leg either; tickets for that series will run you $75 on average. The most expensive series will be when the Birds host the New York Yankees May 20 – 22; Orioles-Yankees tickets are averaging $111. If you are looking for cheap Orioles tickets, you might have to travel a little. Baltimore away games are averaging $60; and, although this is 10th highest in the League, it will be about 20% less than a home game.