“Rough Cut” is a loose edit from The Baltimore Sun’s photographic coverage of the Orioles post season game. This week photojournalists Karl Merton Ferron, Kenneth K. Lam and Jerry Jackson photographed the Baltimore Orioles as they take on the Detroit Tigers in game one of the American League Division Series.
After the Orioles rallied from a three-run deficit to tie the game in the top of the ninth, Derek Jeter hit a game-winning single to right field off Orioles right-hander Evan Meek to give the Yankees a 6-5 walk-off win.
Meet some of the Orioles fans of Instagram who helped us document Birdland as they celebrated Opening Day at Camden Yards and beyond. Curated in part by Olapic. Submit your opening day photos here.
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Baltimore Orioles opening day is an exciting time at Orioles Park at Camden Yards. Here’s a look at some of the sights and sounds at the ballpark in Birdland.
Let’s just get the obvious out of the way: Ted Patterson, a former WBAL broadcaster, may have more Orioles memorabilia than you do. Ahead of Opening Day, BSMG photographer Brian Krista spent some time with Patterson last week, and came back with some photos and a video on his extensive collection.
In the midst of a long hard winter, it’s nice to take a moment to reflect on one of the annual rites that give us hope the spring will soon be upon us. One such ritual is the beginning of Orioles spring training in Sarasota, Fla. Baltimore Sun photojournalist Karl Merton Ferron traveled south to capture images of the players as they stretch, run, throw and do drills as the team begins to take form.
The latest installment of Hidden Maryland takes you behind the scenes of the Orioles’ clubhouse kitchen, where this season the team is working with a new chef to offer more nutritious and delicious food options to its players.
Orioles national anthem singer proposes after belting out the Star-Spangled Banner on Saturday at Camden Yards
Saturday’s national anthem singer at Camden Yards, Michael Fries, surprised his girlfriend, Shelby Trautman, by proposing to her after belting out the Star-Spangled Banner for the Orioles-Rockies game. See photos of the proposal taken by Baltimore Sun photographer Karl Merton Ferron. O!!! And she said, “yes!”