<span style="font-size: 30px; font-weight: 900;">55 degrees</span> 
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<p><b>Where:</b> The cold tub in the locker room at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, 333 West St., Baltimore (Not open to the public)</p>
<p><b>Cold facts:</b> The Orioles might not get any relief from the heat on the field, but it's a whole different ball game once they finish up and head to the locker room. Orioles spokeswoman Monica Barlow says the cold tub in the training room is kept a constant 55 degrees. The tub soothes sore muscles and definitely cools down the players after a long night of baseball. The Baltimore Ravens also have hydrotherapy baths (pictured above) at their training facility in Owings Mills, which should get plenty of use as training camp starts up at the height of summer.</p><br><br></span>

( Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun / October 14, 2004 )

55 degrees

Where: The cold tub in the locker room at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, 333 West St., Baltimore (Not open to the public)

Cold facts: The Orioles might not get any relief from the heat on the field, but it's a whole different ball game once they finish up and head to the locker room. Orioles spokeswoman Monica Barlow says the cold tub in the training room is kept a constant 55 degrees. The tub soothes sore muscles and definitely cools down the players after a long night of baseball. The Baltimore Ravens also have hydrotherapy baths (pictured above) at their training facility in Owings Mills, which should get plenty of use as training camp starts up at the height of summer.



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