Cedric Mullins hits for the cycle as the Baltimore Orioles and fans debut the Bird Bath in the outfield at Camden Yards
Cedric Mullins became the seventh player in franchise history to hit for the cycle last night in Baltimore, and Orioles fans celebrated with the creation of the Bird Bath in the stands.
Cedric Mullins hits for the cycle – 7th player in Baltimore Orioles franchise history
I am going to be totally honest with everyone that reads The Liberty Line. I am absolutely obsessed with the Baltimore Orioles and everything they have going on down at Camden Yards.
It all started last month when I wrote about the Orioles’ debut of the Water Bong and how baseball celebrations officially jumped the shark. I then followed that up with an article about how I was totally wrong about the Water Bong after talking with some Orioles fans on Twitter.
My Baltimore Orioles Celebration Apology.
Every time you look up, they have new celebrations happening for home runs, now they have the Bird Bath and a Bird Bath Cam out in section 86 with water flying everywhere.
Baltimore Orioles Bird Bath
It’s an absolute dream and I have been clamoring about the Phillies doing something similar.
Right now, all Citizens Bank Park has is the Dollar Dog Wave which is obviously very cool but really can’t compare with what’s happening down in Baltimore.
When I wrote about the Dollar Dog Wave, I suggested taking it a step further by tossing beer up in the air when the wave makes its way around Citizens Bank Park. If beer wasn’t going to work, then water was obviously the next choice, especially as we roll into the Summer months of the MLB season.
Unfortunately, it looks like Baltimore beat us to the punch and they are going all-in on the Bird Bath.
I am incredibly jealous.
The Marsh in Right Center at CBP is Still a Great Idea
There is still hope for the Phillies.
My idea to create “The Marsh” out in right center field is still ripe for the picking. You get a bunch of marsh animal costumes, a ton of water and beer, and create a literal marshland at Citizens Bank Park.
Phillies fans need to do something, literally anything, to keep up what’s happening two hours down i95 in Baltimore. If not, I may be tempted to hop in my jeep and head down to an Orioles game and get my ass into THE BIRD BATH one of these hot summer nights.
Speaking of the Phillies. They have now won four straight games following last night’s 6-3 win over the Colorado Rockies and are back in action tonight in Colorado with Ranger Suarez making his 2023 season debut.