Baltimore Orioles San Francisco Tickets
The Baltimore Orioles have been part of the MLB for over a hundred years and in that time they have experienced both success, as well as failure. However they have never let their shortcomings stop their overall progress as a baseball franchise, as a result of which they have managed to win several major titles over the years. They won their first major championship, an AL Pennant, in 1944, and went on to win six more over the next few years. They have additionally won three World Series titles as well as nine division championships. If you want to see them play, then here is your chance. Just book your Baltimore Orioles San Francisco tickets and enjoy their series, live at the AT&T Park.
The Baltimore Orioles have been part of the MLB for over a hundred years and are among the oldest baseball franchises in the league today. They have been through a roller coaster of a ride over all these years, as they have experienced periods of success as well as failure. However they have never let failure get in the way of their progress, and have always managed to bounce back.
The flap of the wings
The Orioles were created in 1901 as the Milwaukee Brewers. They made a relatively positive start and managed to post their first winning season record within two years of their formation. They then built on this success; however it took them quite a lot of time longer to win their first major title. It finally came in the form of an AL Pennant, in 1944.
Flying through the air
The Orioles enjoyed their best period between 1966 and 1971. In these six years, they managed to get to the finals of the World Series four times, winning the title twice, in 1966 and 1970. All in all they have won three World Series titles, seven AL Pennants and nine division titles.
Now that the Orioles are getting ready for their new season by going up against the San Francisco Giants, here is your chance to watch this amazing franchise, live in action. Just book your Baltimore Orioles San Francisco tickets and enjoy the series, live at the AT&T Park.