When it comes to sports, there is nothing quite like Opening Day in Major League Baseball. The smell of the freshly cut grass, the sounds of a ballpark alive with energy, the unmistakable aroma of ballpark food,and the beautiful blue skies of downtown Baltimore caressing the warehouse backdrop that famously lines the right field of Camden Yards.
Ah yes, the clichés are endless, yet appropriate. But for the 2015 Baltimore Orioles, this Opening Day will be different. You see, these aren’t your same ol’ Baltimore Orioles. On April 10th, 2015 the defending AL East Champion Baltimore Orioles will take the field vs. the division rival, Toronto Blue Jays.
The last time Baltimore opened a season as defending division champs? 1998.
So yeah, it’s been a while. And yes, this will be special.
The Baltimore Orioles Opening Day 2015 game is scheduled to start at 3:05 PM EST, but the festivities will begin bright and early as the day-long celebration is something both casual and die-hard fans must experience. See the first at-bat of Golden Glove winners Adam Jones, J.J. Hardy and the return of third-base phenom Manny Machado.
We know we aren’t alone in excitement for the 2015 MLB season to begin as plans to secure tickets have undoubtedly already begun. We want to help make #OpeningDay2015 as special as possible for every O’s fan in attendance. Holiday Inn Express Baltimore At The Stadiums is located just .7 miles from Orioles Park at Camden Yards, a short 10 minute walk to and from the ballpark. Stay the night, wake up early, avoid the hassle of parking and get ready to celebrate one of the best days on the American calendar with 48,000 fellow Orioles fan in the heart of downtown Baltimore! What sounds better than that? (Besides an O’s win, of course.)
As a guest of the Holiday Inn Express Baltimore at the Stadiums, you’ll enjoy personalized service and fine contemporary amenities. Enjoy courtesy shuttle service to the Waterfront and Inner Harbor attractions, free delicious hot breakfast each morning, and free high-speed wireless Internet access.
In baseball, they say, “Flags fly forever.” Will you be there when they raise the 2014 AL East Champion Flag?
We hope so. Make it a day you and your family will never forget.