Orioles reacts after MLB reaches labor agreement with players, end of lockdown – CBS Baltimore
BALTIMORE, MD – SEPTEMBER 11: The Baltimore Orioles mascot performs before a game against the Oakland Athletics at Oriole Park in Camden Yards on September 11, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by G Fiume / Getty Images)
BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Baseball is back and the only people who can be more excited than the fans are the people playing the game. Baltimore Orioles players took to social media Thursday after the 99-day lockdown ended.
Major League Baseball’s bitter lip-lock came to an end on Thursday as the MLB Players Association voted to accept an offer to salvage a 162-game season.
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Footballer John Means, midfielder Cedric Mullins and first team player Ryan Mountcastle were among those sharing their excitement with fans.
– John Means (@ JMeans25) March 10, 2022
The Orioles group themselves posted the lyrics of rapper Meek Mill to express their gratitude. “I’ve been praying for times like this,” the tweet said.
– Baltimore Orioles (@Orioles) March 10, 2022
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Oriole Bird’s account is a bit weird to it.
– Golden bird (@OrioleBird) March 10, 2022
Former players, like Cal Ripken Jr. and Ben McDonald,
– Cal Ripken, Jr. (@CalRipkenJr) March 10, 2022
Let’s Geaux!!! @MLB HAS RETURNED! Let’s play some HARD BALL!
– Ben McDonald (@realbenmcdonald) March 10, 2022
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