45,971 Reasons to Go to an Orioles Game
A look at the American League baseball standings tell any local baseball fan why they should consider themselves lucky to be in Baltimore this summer.
Just four of the 15 teams in the American League currently sport a better record than our hometown Orioles sporting a 70-57 record. With the top five teams in the league being eligible for the playoffs, the chances are pretty good that some meaningful baseball games are going to be played at Camden Yards in the coming weeks.
Chicago (White Sox) can’t claim that. Neither can Anaheim (Angels), Minnesota (Twins) nor Oakland (A’s).
Right here in Baltimore, each of the 45,971 seats at Camden Yards represents a reason to visit the precious few remaining Orioles games in the season.
And there is no easier way to get to the game than taking reliable, inexpensive MTA Local Bus, Light Rail or Metro Subway service to Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
There are 20 Local Bus routes that run near the baseball stadium, the Light Rail stops directly in front of the stadium and the Lexington Market Metro Subway station is just a few blocks from the park.
At only $1.70 one-way and $3.40 for a round-trip ticket on the MTA travel modes to the stadium, the MTA makes getting to the game easy on your wallet. And easy on your nerves by avoiding driving in congested downtown streets.
So let MTA be your driver as we root the O’s into the playoffs this summer.