In 1992, the Orioles moved from Memorial Stadium to Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Camden Yards was one of the first ballparks of its kind, spawning other retro-designed major league ballparks over the next 20 years. The stadium was also the site of the the 1993 All-Star Game.
The park has been named the best ballpark in the MLB for the last two years. If you've ever watched a game from inside the park, you might have noticed one of these oddities.
- Flashing E in “The Sun” for Error
- Flashing H in “The Sun” for Hit
- The Warehouse is longest building on the East Coast
- The Balls on Eutaw Street—anytime a homerun is hit to Eutaw street a little plaque is put where the ball hits
- Home plate is where Babe Ruth’s Dad’s bar was
- The visiting bull pen is higher for hecklers
- The Flag court behind right field – the flags are in order of the standings in each division from left to right--- first row closet to the field is the AL east
- One of the foul poles was from Memorial Stadium
- Home plate was also from Memorial Stadium