Root for the Baltimore Orioles with the Maryland Lottery

The Baltimore Orioles are facing the New York Yankees on June 28 and the Maryland Lottery will be there to show its support and give you chances to win.

It’s time for the Baltimore Orioles to face the New York Yankees. This is always a fun competition between two East Coast teams. The New York Yankees are a Major League Baseball team in the american League division. Currently ,the New York Yankees have 39 wins and 32 losses, making them  fifth overall in the American League. They have 7 games before they face the Orioles at Oriole Park in Camden Yards.

The Baltimore Orioles are also an American League team in Major League Baseball. The Baltimore team was started in 1901, making it one of the 8 charter franchises for the first ever Major League Club. The team began as the Milwaukee Brewers, and later moved to become the St. Louis Browns. After 52 years in St. Louis, the team moved to their home in Maryland in 1954 to become the Baltimore Orioles, and the rest has been history. The Orioles have won 3 major league titles in 1966, 1970, and 1983. The Baltimore Orioles currently have a standing of 42 wins and 31 losses, making them third overall in the American League. They have 7 games until they face the Yankees.

The Maryland Lottery wants to take you out to the ballgame, and will be present at the game with their giant prize wheel on Eutaw Streets. They will have a chance to play your favorite games and win free scratch-offs and more!

So come fill Oriole Stadium in Orange and Black and support the Orioles with the Maryland Lottery for more ways to win and enjoy America’s Pasttime.

For more information, go to the Maryland Lottery website to see how to support your favorite team as they face one of their biggest rivals.

Written by LotteryHUB News Staff Writers

The LotteryHUB News team collaborated to provide this article for our readers. As always, good luck with your next bet! We’re always here to keep you on top of your game.

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