TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
BARK AT THE PARK
Fans are invited to bring their dogs to the game on Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Dodgers with the purchase of a special ticket package, as the Orioles again celebrate “Bark at Oriole Park,” presented by Pets Add Life. At the conclusion of batting practice, fans with Bark at the Park tickets are invited to bring their dogs on to the field for a parade on the outfield warning track.
Previously this season, the Orioles hosted the first Bark at Oriole Park and two Dog Days of Summer nights. This is the fourth and final opportunity for fans to bring their four-legged friends to Oriole Park this season. Each dog will receive an Orioles pet bandana upon entry. A portion of each ticket sold will benefit the Baltimore Humane Society. Ticket packages for this event are sold out.
TREY MANCINI TO RECEIVE THE HEART AND HUSTLE AWARD
Orioles infielder/outfielder TREY MANCINI will be presented with the Orioles’ 2019 Heart and Hustle Award by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association (MLBPAA) prior to Tuesday night’s game. This esteemed award is voted on by Alumni players to honor active players who demonstrate a passion for the game of baseball and best embody the values, spirit, and tradition of the game. Former Oriole AL BUMBRY will be in attendance for the ceremony. This will be Mancini’s first time receiving the award.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
LEAGUE OF DREAMS CLINIC
The Orioles are committed to helping children with mental and/or physical challenges enjoy baseball through adaptive forms of the game. On September 11, Orioles are partnering with local nonprofit, League of Dreams, along with their Chairman of the Board, Orioles Hall of Famer and current MASN broadcaster MIKE BORDICK, to host a youth baseball clinic at Oriole Park at Camden Yards for The Children’s Guild. Current and former baseball players including Orioles RHP DAVID HESS, INF/OF TREY MANCINI, and bullpen coach JOHN WASDIN, and Dodger LHP ADAM KOLAREK, along with his father, FRANK KOLREK, president and founder of League of Dreams, will take part in teaching children the fundamentals of hitting, fielding, throwing, and baserunning by using larger and adapted equipment.
League of Dreams is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing all individuals, regardless of physical or mental capacity, the opportunity to experience the joy, challenges, and personal growth of playing the great games of baseball and softball.
The Children’s Guild Alliance is a nonprofit organization serving children, families, and child-serving organizations, dedicated to transforming how America educates and cares for its children through education, behavioral health, and national training and consultation services.
MYCHAL GIVENS TO RECEIVE THE ORIOLE WAY AWARD
The Oriole Advocates will honor Orioles pitcher MYCHAL GIVENS, the recipient of the 2019 Oriole Way Award, during an on-field ceremony prior to Wednesday’s game. The Oriole Advocates, with the support of the Baltimore Orioles, created the Oriole Way Award to recognize a member of the Orioles who has made significant contributions both on and off the field and who has demonstrated a sincere desire to serve the community. The award is presented annually to an Oriole whose participation in the community also embraces the Oriole Advocates’ mission of promoting and stimulating interest in baseball. Since making his Major League debut with the Orioles in 2015, Givens has been active with the Orioles RBI Program, the Orioles Military Appreciation Program, the Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter, Inc. and the Orioles Pet Calendar, along with his own foundation, the Givens Back Foundation.
CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: CHRIS DACHILLE
The Orioles will welcome longtime WBAL Executive Sports Producer CHRIS DACHILLE to throw out the ceremonial first pitch on Wednesday night. Dachille is a recipient of the Old Hilltop Award, given at the Alibi Breakfast prior to the Preakness Stakes in May each year, given to outstanding members of the media in recognition of excellence and distinction. Dachille, who has been with WBAL for over 15 years, has been courageously fighting Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH), a rare but treatable form of cancer. His upbeat personality, humor, and positivity in challenging times continues to inspire colleagues and local media.
SEPTEMBER 11 COMMEMORATIONS
The Orioles will join Major League baseball and all other clubs to honor and remember those whose lives were affected or lost on September 11, 2001. Additionally, the Orioles will observe a moment of silence pregame and will welcome the U.S. Army Field Band to perform the national anthem, and “God Bless America” during the seventh-inning stretch.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
UNIVERSTIY OF BALTIMORE NIGHT
In continuation of University Nights at Oriole Park, the Orioles will welcome students, alumni, and supporters of the University of Baltimore to Camden Yards. Ticket packages, which are now sold out, include a game ticket and a co-branded Orioles cap featuring the school colors and logo. For additional details on University Nights at Oriole Park, or to purchase ticket packages for future events, please visit Orioles.com/university.
ALUMNI AUTOGRAPH SERIES
Every Monday and Thursday home game, former Orioles players will sign autographs on Eutaw Street as part of the Orioles Alumni Autograph Series. SCOTT MCGREGOR, JOHN MILLER, and FRED VALENTINE will be on hand to meet fans and sign autographs from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Eutaw Street, inside Gate A.