BALTIMORE - On Fridays, we know to put on purple and get ready to see those Ravens caravans all around. Well buckle up because there's a new bird in town. The O's want you to rally, too.
Starting Saturday at 10 am the O's post season tickets go on sale and the fans are gearing up for the post-season.
The Orioles encourage fans to buckle up and back the birds in their push for the 2012 post season. The O's have a series of rallies planned.
A buckle up street team will travel throughout the Baltimore area for the rest of the month. Some Orioles players will join the promo team for many of the events.
There will be appearances in taverns and restaurants in Federal Hill, Fells Point and Canton in the next two weeks. The buckle up team also includes the Oriole bird.
The team will give away game tickets, buckle-up themed gear and other promotional items.
Tonight the buckle up team will hit the Silver Spring Mining Company from 6:30 to 7:30 pm on York Road in Cockeysville.
On Saturday the team will head to Geresbeck's from noon to 1 pm in Essex, and on Sunday Ravens walk from 5 pm to 8 pm.
Complete list of all the stops:
Friday, Sept. 21, 6:30- 7: 30 pm Silver Spring Mining Company, 11100 York Road, Cockeysville
Saturday, Sept. 22, Noon - 1pm Geresbeck's, 2109 Eastern Blvd, Baltimore
Sunday, Sept. 23, 5pm - 8pm Ravens Walk, Ravens vs. Patriots game
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 11am - Noon Ollie's Bargain Outlet, 8145 Ritchie Hwy, Pasadena
Wednesday, Sept. 26 Noon - 1pm McCormick World of Flavors, 301 Light Street, Baltimore
Thursday, Sept. 27
2pm - 3pm Wal-Mart 407 George Clauss Blvd, Severn
5pm - 8pm Ravens Walk , Ravens vs. Browns game
Friday, Sept. 28 11am - Noon Bank of America Banking Center, 100 S. Charles Street, Baltimore
Saturday, Sept. 29
Noon - 1pm Stuggy's, 809 South Broadway, Baltimore
Noon - 2pm BARCS, 301 Stockholm Street, Baltimore
Monday, Oct. 1 6pm - 8pm Pickles Pub/Sliders Bar & Grille, 504/520 Washington Blvd, Baltimore
Tuesday, Oct. 2 6pm - 8pm Power Plant Live!, Inner Harbor
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