Orioles Announce University Nights and Hot Dog Race T-Shirt Night

| July 1, 2019 | 0 Comments

Baltimore Orioles press release:

Students, alumni, and supporters of several area universities are invited to attend University Nights at Oriole Park this season, as several local and regional colleges will be celebrated in August and September.

The University Nights lineup has expanded in 2019 to include Delaware State University, Johns Hopkins University, and University of Baltimore. Coppin State University, James Madison University, Morgan State University, Towson University, University of Maryland, University of Maryland-Baltimore County, and University of Virginia will all return following last year’s popular events.

A limited number of ticket packages are available for each University Night, which includes a game ticket and a co-branded Orioles cap featuring each school’s colors and logo.

Friday, August 9vs. HOUJohns Hopkins University
Saturday, August 10vs. HOUJames Madison University
Thursday, September 5vs. TEXCoppin State University
Friday, September 6vs. TEXTowson University
Sunday, September 8vs. TEXDelaware State University
Thursday, September 12vs. LADUniversity of Baltimore
Tuesday, September 17vs. TORUMBC
Thursday, September 19vs. TORUniversity of Virginia
Saturday, September 21vs. SEAMorgan State University
Sunday, September 22vs. SEAUniversity of Maryland

Baltimore Orioles press release: 

The Orioles will celebrate National Hot Dog Day on Wednesday, July 17, during their 7:05 p.m. ET game against the Washington Nationals. The first 20,000 fans in attendance will randomly receive a Hot Dog Race T-Shirt in the color of ketchup, mustard, or relish. Fans who wish to exchange their T-Shirt for a different color may do so with other fans if they so choose.

Additionally, all fans can enjoy $1 hot dogs throughout the game, available at all Camden Franks, O’ What a Dog, Baseline Burgers, Charm City Chicken Shack, and Roma Sausage locations throughout the ballpark.

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