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O’s great Scott McGregor coming to 8/29 game on “Orioles Pride Night”

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The York Revolution has announced the addition of Baltimore Orioles great Scott McGregor to the lineup for “Orioles Pride Night” on Friday, August 29 against the Somerset Patriots at 6:30 p.m.  The night was previously announced and includes deep discounts on tickets based on Oriole retired numbers, several Orioles-themed prize giveaways including tickets to Derek Jeter’s final game in Baltimore on September 14, items autographed by Brooks Robinson and Cal Ripken and O’s apparel including an adult Manny Machado jersey.  Please CLICK HERE for full details.

The night includes a watch party in the White Rose Hall on the MINI of Baltimore Skybox Level for the Orioles game against the Minnesota Twins; a $10 ticket with a cash bar for patrons 21 and over. McGregor has been added to the watch party, and fans taking advantage will be able to chat with him as they watch both the Revolution and O’s game, get autographs and hang out with the 1983 World Series Champion until the conclusion of the Orioles game which begins at 7:05.

Fans already holding tickets to the August 29 game may upgrade their ticket to the Orioles watch party with Scott McGregor for just $5.  The watch party upstairs will be the only opportunity to rub elbows with McGregor.  Fans upstairs in the White Rose Hall may still visit concession stands on the lower concourse and enter the Orioles prize raffle giveaways while they are at the ballpark.

McGregor, who pitched in 13 seasons with the Orioles between 1976 and 1988 won 138 MLB games for the only club he suited up for in the Majors.  His finest seasons came in 1980 when he posted a 20-8 record with a 3.32 ERA, and 1983 when he went 18-7 with a career-best 3.18 ERA in helping lead Baltimore to the World Series title over the Philadelphia Phillies in five games. McGregor was selected to the Orioles Hall of Fame in 1990. Any media wishing to speak with McGregor that evening may do so in the White Rose Hall, and should e-mail Paul Braverman at pbraverman@yorkrevolution to make arrangements.

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