24. 'Thank God I'm a Country Boy'

It happens every game, but it still makes you feel good every time you go to Camden Yards. Since the 1970s, the Orioles have been playing John Denver's iconic song. A tradition during the seventh-inning stretch at Camden Yards, it never gets old. 
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It's even better when the Orioles are winning and the stadium is packed with thousands of fans cheering against the opposing team. And it's pure joy when the opposing team is one of the Orioles' hated American League East rivals. There's nothing better than letting out that final "Yee Haw" as the Red Sox or Yankees fans sit in the seats around you with their team trailing.

( Gene Sweeney Jr. / Baltimore Sun / April 2, 2013 )

It happens every game, but it still makes you feel good every time you go to Camden Yards. Since the 1970s, the Orioles have been playing John Denver's iconic song. A tradition during the seventh-inning stretch at Camden Yards, it never gets old.

It's even better when the Orioles are winning and the stadium is packed with thousands of fans cheering against the opposing team. And it's pure joy when the opposing team is one of the Orioles' hated American League East rivals. There's nothing better than letting out that final "Yee Haw" as the Red Sox or Yankees fans sit in the seats around you with their team trailing.

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