The wave that rolled around Oriole Park at Camden Yards in the seventh inning Saturday had real force to it. There were no gaps in the flow like there so often has been during Orioles games, only the rise and fall of one of the best crowds in Baltimore this season enjoying what would be their club’s fifth straight win.
That wave finally broke as outfielder Cedric Mullins sent a fly ball deep enough to score the Orioles’ sixth and final run in a commanding 6-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates in front of 41,086 onlookers — the second-largest crowd this season next to Opening Day.
Excluding Opening Day crowds, the one that leapt to their feet throughout Saturday afternoon was the largest at Camden Yards since Sept. 23, 2017. It came in part to celebrate the 30th anniversary of…
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