Looking to return to the postseason and a fourth playoff berth in six years, you should buy your single game tickets to watch the Orioles at Camden Yards now! See Mark Trumbo, Manny Machado and Chris Davis try to slug their way to the AL East title over the likes of the Red Sox, Yankees and Blue Jays in 2017.
In addition to facing their AL East rivals, Baltimore will battle Washington for Beltway Series bragging rights in May and host the World Series champion Chicago Cubs for three games right after the All-Star break in July. Check out the full season schedule below to find out when is a great time to watch the Orioles at Camden Yards!
The Orioles led Major League Baseball with 253 homers last year, and there is still plenty of power to be found at hitter-friendly Camden Yards. Trumbo, Machado and Davis combined for 122 of those round-trippers, while Adam Jones and Jonathan Schoop teamed up to hit another 54. Every night could be a home run derby in Baltimore.
The starting rotation, however, is a huge question mark with no real staff ace. Kevin Gausman was serviceable and Dylan Bundy showed potential with 10 wins as a rookie, but the Orioles will need a healthy Chris Tillman to make an impact in the AL East. The bullpen is headed by Zach Britton, who has 120 saves since 2014.