Orioles announce stadium capacity restrictions will be lifted starting June 1

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A few days after Governor Larry Hogan announced statewide capacity restrictions would be lifted for outdoor events, including sports, the Orioles are welcoming more fans back into Camden Yards.

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Capacity limitations for Oriole Park at Camden Yards will be removed beginning June 1 and go through the end of the 2021 season, the team announced on Thursday. Tickets for remaining home games will go on sale starting May 26 as the organization finally allows a full house back into one of the crown jewels of ballparks in baseball.

Things aren't totally back to normal just yet, as there will still be safety protocols and guidelines at the park, including wearing a face mask, cashless transactions and mobile ticketing.

The Orioles will be hosting the Twins on Tuesday, June 1 in the first game back without capacity restrictions.