The Orioles wrap up their homestand in the finale this afternoon against the Kansas City Royals.

Major League Baseball will be honoring the military with camouflage jerseys and O’s starter Jake Arrieta gave Baltimore a sneak peak of Baltimore’s home threads.

The first 10,000 fans 15 or over through the gates at Oriole Park will receive a Orioles camo script t-shirt.

Additionally, MLB unveiled its line of 2012 Stars and Stripes hats worn on Memorial Day, July 4th and September 11th.  We showed off the O’s hat, which features the cartoon bird outlined in digital camo.

So, what do you think?




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  1. As a retired disabled veteran, I absolutely loved being in Camden Yards today! The ceremony that you guys put together, was amazing and humbling! I thank you guys for what you do for other military personnel and veterans. Today was extra special to me, not only being an Afghanistan veteran, disabled and retired, after 17 years in the Army, today was also my birthday. A birthday that I will never forget! Thank you!

    SSG Ralph “Richie” Condon, RET

  2. SSG Condon,

    Happy Memorial Day!

    Come back and join the debate more often.

    • There is nothing to be happy about Memorial day,,,,,you wish someone to have a good or nice Memorial day , there is nothing happy about the veterans who have died for us………..Happy Memorial Day just does not work……….

      • MGW

        As a Vet, I thank you for the good wishes. I read this blog almost every day and read this poser spy’s crap. He act like two different guys and agrees with himself. Then backs off and says someone else is ghost writing for him. I think he sucked in too much agent orange in Nam.

        Anyway, “Happy” Memorial day to all the Baltimore Sports Report community, even spy.

      • I certainly meant no disrespect. My father was a veteran of WWII having served in Germany and earned a Purple Heart.

        Spy is right, Happy Memorial Day probably is not the right terminology. I fully respect all that have sacrificed on behalf of our great nation.

        • thank you MGW , at least someone has the courage to stand up for ‘the right thing’,,,,,way too many Americans just pass this stuff off as not important but believe me without our freedoms men have died for sites like this would not be possible…….

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