The Orioles will maintain a public memorial on Monday for Hall of Fame third baseman Brooks Robinson, the crew introduced Thursday.
Fans can have the chance to honor Robinson starting at 10 a.m. at Camden Yards.
Robinson died Tuesday on the age of 86. Through a lot of baseball’s Golden Age, Robinson was a poster boy for the nationwide pastime, an emblem whose visage was even captured in a 1971 Norman Rockwell portray.
For practically 1 / 4 of a century, Robinson was a face of town. He went on to function a coach, broadcaster, particular adviser and neighborhood liaison for the crew after his taking part in days.
Complimentary parking might be accessible in tons A, B and C, and followers can enter the ballpark by way of Gate E. The tons will open at 8:30 a.m., and entry to Camden Yards will start at 9 a.m. The occasion isn’t ticketed.
Instead of flowers, donations will be made to the Constance and Brooks Robinson Charitable Foundation at 2 Railroad Ave. in Glyndon.
Gov. Wes Moore has ordered the Maryland flag to be lowered to half-staff from dawn to sundown Monday in Robinson’s honor.
“Brooks Robinson led a life that showed he was a champion both on and off the field,” Moore stated in a press release Sunday. “His iconic legacy will endure through his countless contributions to the City of Baltimore, the State of Maryland, and to Major League Baseball.”