BALTIMORE (WMAR) - The team is back in town, and while it's not for a championship series, Orioles fans make them feel like winners.
"I think this is a small description of how this year has been," said Orioles Center Fielder Adam Jones. "Appreciation. The fans have appreciated us," he said.
A few hundred people lined up at Camden Yards and waited until about 1:00 a.m. Saturday morning.
They waited despite a disappointing loss in New York that ended the Post Season run.
"I saw Nick Markakis, Mark Reynolds, Chris Davis, Ryan Flaherty, Robert Andino," said Drew Saul of Linthicum.
A wait well worth it. These fans have never been so close to their heroes.
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