Baltimore Orioles Tickets

The Baltimore Orioles are looking to keep take advantage of their high powered offense in 2017 and make a World Series run. With stars like Manny Machado, Adam Jones, Chris Davis and much more the Orioles are one of the most dangerous teams in the MLB. Find the cheapest Baltimore Orioles tickets on Rukkus and go see a game at Camden Yards!

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Where are my seats at Camden Yards

Using Rukkus’ user friendly and interactive maps feature, you can easily see where in Camden Yards your purchased seats are. Whether you are sitting behind home plate, next to third base, or in the outfield bleachers, Rukkus’ dynamic map of Camden Yards allows you to see exactly where your seats will be and the view that you should expect when you arrive at the game.

What makes Camden Yards special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Camden Yards is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you walk into the stadium, the B&O Warehouse behind the right-field wall is the first thing that catches your eye as you enter. Surprisingly, the structure has only been hit once and that was by Ken Griffey, Jr. during the 1993 Home Run Derby.

How do I buy the best away tickets for Orioles?

If you are looking to buy away tickets for Orioles, Rukkus has you covered with the best tickets even if the game is not being played at Camden Yards. No matter the venue, Rukkus has access to tickets from across the web in order to find you the best deals. Regardless of whether the game is home or away, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold.

When do Orioles tickets go on sale?

The best way to find out when Orioles tickets go on sale is to go directly to the Orioles page and look over their event schedule. All of the tickets that are for sale will be listed by the date of the game. The Baltimore Orioles play every day of the week, so finding cheap tickets for sale at Camden Yards during the week or even for games on weekends is very easy through the Rukkus app.

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Since Rukkus is able to search hundreds of sites for Baltimore Orioles tickets, we are always able to provide cheap tickets for Orioles fans. If you are looking for the game tonight or today, feel free to search our site for the best seats. Last minute sales can be a great way to attend a game, that is happening tonight, at a discount.

Baltimore Orioles Details

2016 Orioles Outlook

After resigning their power hitting 1st baseman, Chris Davis, to a 7 year $161 million the Baltimore Orioles are feeling optimistic about their 2016 campaign. Davis adds a big bat to the lineup that also features offensive weapons like Adam Jones and Manny Machado. After missing the postseason last year, the Orioles could be a strong contender in the league this season.

Atlanta Braves Ticket Information

If you are looking for an entertaining live event featuring some of the best athletes in the world, look no further than an Atlanta Braves game. You will see tremendous power at the plate, blazing speed on the bases, and stunning defensive plays on the field. The Braves continue to be a top contender in the difficult NL East division. Grab your tickets and come see the Braves march towards the World Series!

The Atlanta Braves have created a culture of success, as they continue to win games in bunches at their home ballpark. With legendary pitchers like John Smoltz, Greg Maddux, and Tom Glavine, the Braves have always dominated the National League with unhittable pitching. Their offense has been equally impressive, with famous players like Hank Aaron and Chipper Jones. Come see this Atlanta Braves team as they look to continue this franchise’s winning tradition!

While the Braves play terrific baseball on the diamond, beautiful Turner Field continues to be a first-rate venue. Almost 50,000 fans pack into Turner Field to loudly cheer on their Braves team. Baseball fans of all ages enjoy this stadium for its outstanding accommodations and fan-friendly environment. Don’t miss out on this incredible experience!

Winning baseball and an amazing stadium facility await you at an Atlanta Braves game. You will see some of the best baseball the MLB has to offer, while visiting a historic venue in Atlanta, Georgia. Join the thousands of Braves fans at “The Ted” and show your support for this fantastic team. Pick up your tickets today!

Atlanta Braves Bio

Atlanta Braves Franchise History

You won't find many major sports teams older than the Atlanta Braves. Although obviously not starting out in Atlanta or with the Braves nickname, the team has been playing baseball since 1871 when the organization was formed as the Boston Red Stockings.

The team remained in Boston for numerous seasons, using nicknames such as the Beaneaters, Bees, and Doves along the way. It wasn't until their move to Milwaukee in 1953 that the Braves nickname was born, which has stuck with the team even after moving to the great city of Atlanta in 1966.

You would think that a team that has been around as long as the Braves have would find more than its fair share of success in baseball, and you would be right. The Braves proved right from the very start that they were going to be a major player on the baseball scene. It took 10 seasons for the then Boston-based franchise to experience a losing year, so the franchise seemed destined for great things.

The first enormous amount of success came in 1914 when the Braves cruised to an excellent 94-win season before going on to make easy work of the Philadelphia Athletics in a World Series sweep. But then, the drought set in. Forget about World Series crowns: The Braves wouldn't even sniff the post-season until 34 years after getting out the brooms on the Athletics. The team did return in style in making it to the Fall Classic, but this time around, they'd be on the losing end of things thanks to a great series by the Cleveland Indians.

The incredible Hank Aaron would be responsible for guiding the Braves to their next major triumph, as after Aaron's MVP season in 1957, he would keep the momentum going by delivering a World Series trophy to Milwaukee. The Braves ousted the Yankees that post-season to win it all, but it would be New York that got its revenge the following year in another fantastic Fall Classic.

After another string of struggles and disappointments, it was when the calendar hit 1991 that the Atlanta Braves would become a dominant force in the world of baseball. The franchise made a ridiculous five World Series appearances throughout the 90s, but unfortunately for Braves fans, only one of them would result in the team hoisting the league's most prestigious trophy.

But despite being a regular contender since the good times of the 90s, Atlanta has not been able to make its way to a World Series since 1999.

However, on the bright side, they have found a way to make a whopping nine appearances in the post-season during that time span.

Atlanta Braves Marquee Players

Where do you even start with such a storied franchise as this one? Well, you would probably start with the most legitimate home run hitter to ever play the sport. Hank Aaron's unbelievable accolades speak for themselves: 25 time MLB All-Star, MLB record for RBIs, and MLB record for extra-base hits. Oh, and then there was that magical moment when he broke Babe Ruth's record for most career home runs.

Aaron had such an enormous impact on the Braves franchise during his 20 years with the club, and his success helped pave the way for other Braves greats in the future.

Other tremendous talents such as pitcher Warren Spahn, outfielder Dale Murphy, and pitcher Phil Niekro all had a major effect on the Braves rise in baseball.

Atlanta became the team of the 90s due to wonderful pitching talents like Greg Maddux, John Smoltz, and Tom Glavine combined with fielding stars such as Fred McGriff, Terry Pendleton, David Justice, and Chipper Jones.

Under the leadership of legendary manager Bobby Cox, the Braves simply found ways to make their talent better year after year, and that's what resulted in such an impressive list of players that came through Atlanta during their careers.

Atlanta Braves Pennants and World Series Titles

Again, when you've been playing baseball as long as the Braves have, you're going to pick up a whole lot of awards along the way.

The franchise has three World Series trophies on its shelf to go along with a ridiculous 17 National League pennants. And you can throw in the number 17 again when it comes to how many divisional titles the Braves have claimed over the years.

Sure, this team has experienced playoff droughts during its history, but they've more than made up for them with some top-notch post-season performances.

Atlanta Braves Venue Information

The Braves organization has played in eight ballparks throughout its team history, but today, it calls Turner Field in Atlanta home and has since 1997. It's no surprise where the field gets its name from, as TBS and CNN founder Ted Turner gets that particular honor.

The stadium was the host for the 1996 Summer Olympics and continues to hold other exciting events to this day.

Turner Field holds just over 49,500 for all Braves home games and has plenty of intriguing features for parents and kids alike.

Atlanta Braves 2015 Season Outlook

After two consecutive seasons of reaching the NL post-season, the Braves went backwards in 2014 and were only able to muster up a 79-83 record overall. Although that did earn them a tie for second place in the NL East, it kept them out of the playoffs for the first time since 2011.

Atlanta will be hoping to change all of that in 2015 with manager Fredi Gonzalez hoping to take some of the pressure off of himself.

Unfortunately, that might not happen since the Braves seem to be facing another rebuilding year. With teams like the New York Mets and Miami Marlins on the upswing in the East, and the Nationals seemingly factoring into the equation as well, wins could be tough to find for this Atlanta team.

The veteran leadership of catcher A.J. Pierzynski might be able to give this team a minor boost, but it won't be enough to send the Braves back to the playoffs just yet.

Baltimore Orioles Lineup

  • Tim Berry
  • Brad Brach
  • Zach Britton
  • Dylan Bundy
  • Wei-Yin Chen
  • Edgmer Escalona DL60
  • Kevin Gausman
  • Miguel Gonzalez
  • Tommy Hunter
  • Ubaldo Jimenez
  • Steve Johnson
  • Brian Matusz
  • T.J. McFarland
  • Evan Meek
  • Andrew Miller
  • Bud Norris
  • Darren O'Day
  • Johan Santana DL60
  • Joe Saunders
  • Chris Tillman
  • Ryan Webb
  • Suk-Min Yoon
  • Steve Clevenger
  • Nick Hundley
  • Caleb Joseph
  • Michael Ohlman
  • Matt Wieters DL60
  • Alexi Casilla
  • Chris Davis
  • Ryan Flaherty
  • J.J. Hardy
  • Kelly Johnson
  • Steve Lombardozzi
  • Manny Machado DL60
  • Jimmy Paredes
  • Steve Pearce
  • Jonathan Schoop
  • Christian Walker
  • Quintin Berry
  • Alejandro De Aza
  • Adam Jones
  • David Lough
  • Nick Markakis
  • Nelson Cruz
  • Henry Urrutia
  • Delmon Young

Todays Baltimore Orioles Tickets

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Baltimore Orioles Ticket Prices


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Cheap Baltimore Orioles Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Baltimore Orioles at Toronto Blue Jays — 09/12/2017
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 Toronto Blue Jays at Baltimore Orioles — 05/13/2015
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$2.00 Baltimore Orioles at Toronto Blue Jays — 09/11/2017
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 New York Yankees at Baltimore Orioles — 04/14/2015
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$2.00 Toronto Blue Jays at Baltimore Orioles — 05/12/2015
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$2.00 Oakland Athletics at Baltimore Orioles — 05/06/2016
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$2.00 Baltimore Orioles at Houston Astros — 05/24/2016
Minute Maid Park; Houston, TX
$2.00 Baltimore Orioles at Toronto Blue Jays — 06/09/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 Baltimore Orioles at New York Yankees — 09/09/2015
Yankee Stadium; Bronx, NY
$2.00 Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles — 05/31/2015
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD

Best and Most Expensive Baltimore Orioles Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$8,463.00Baltimore Orioles at Boston Red Sox — 04/13/2016
Fenway Park; Boston, MA
$1,636.00World Series: TBD at Baltimore Orioles — 11/01/2017
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$1,381.00World Series: TBD at Baltimore Orioles — 10/31/2017
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$1,273.00World Series: TBD at Baltimore Orioles — 10/25/2017
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$1,187.00World Series: TBD at Baltimore Orioles — 10/24/2017
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$817.00Spring Training: Baltimore Orioles at New York Yankees — 03/18/2016
George Steinbrenner Field; Tampa, FL
$814.00World Series: TBD at Baltimore Orioles - Game 7 (If Necessary) — 10/29/2014
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$749.00World Series: TBD at Baltimore Orioles - Game 6 (If Necessary) — 10/28/2014
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$565.00World Series: TBD at Baltimore Orioles - Game 1 (If Necessary) — 10/21/2014
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$564.00World Series: TBD at Baltimore Orioles - Game 2 (If Necessary) — 10/22/2014
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD