The Baltimore Orioles are celebrating their 30th anniversary by offering seats for the same price as tickets back in 1989.
Fans can grab tickets for the Orioles’ series against the Houston Astros at Camden Yards on August 9 through 11 for only $6.50, as a part of the limited-time promotion dubbed “’89 Why Not Reunion.” The promotion kicked-off yesterday and will run through this Sunday. The first 20,000 fans that buy tickets will also receive a special ’89 “WHY NOT?” t-shirt to commemorate the event.
In addition to the flash sale, the team is also celebrating their inception with a special luncheon. During the event, team members will answer questions with coaches, a silent auction will be held, and prizes will be available. Fans will be able to say an array of of past and present team members, including National Baseball Hall of Famer Cal Ripken. Following the luncheon, the Orioles will hold a pregame ceremony to honor the 1989 team. For more information and tickets about the reunion event, visit the team’s site.
This month, the Orioles are slated to play the Yankees, Royals, Rays, and Nationals, followed by games against the Rangers, Dodgers, Tigers, Blue Jays, Mariners, and Red Sox in September. This weekend, they’ll play the Blue Jays, and next weekend the team will take on the Astros.