Oriole Park at Camden Yards is a Major League Baseball arena, located in Baltimore, Maryland. It is often referred as Camden Yards or Oriole Park andis one of the first "RETRO" MLB established in the 1990s that continues to be one of the most adored venues of the world. The construction began in 1989 and completed in 1992, leading to the opening ceremony on 6th April. The venue is having a seating capacity of 45,971. The playing field is 16 feet below the entry level. It contains 4,631 club seats and 72 luxury suites.
In March 2013, TripAdvisor ranked the Camden Yards as No. 3 Ballpark in the United States.
On 19th August, 2008, the stadium hosted its 50 millionth fan which was a milestone being reached in just 17 seasons, making Camden Yards the fastest park in baseball history to reach such a figure.
Eddie Murray, a former Major League Baseball first baseman and designated hitter hit his 500th career home run on 6th September 1996.
The stadium witnessed a competition being hosted in front of an empty stadium on 29th April 2015. Due to the Baltimore riots, the famous game against the White Sox was closed to the public. The game was eventually played in an empty Camden Yards, the first known instance in MLB history.
On 22nd August 2007, the Arena saw the highest scoring game in 110 years in which the Texas Rangers beat the Orioles with a score of 30–3.