Oriole Park at Camden Yards isn't as old as Boston's Fenway Park or Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium, but experts say it seems to have joined their exclusive ranks as a stadium too iconic to have its naming rights sold to a corporate bidder.
The stadium, which opened in 1992, is one of a dwindling minority of Major League Baseball venues whose names aren't sponsored by a bank, insurance firm, beer company or other brand.
Including the Orioles, only 11 of the 30 major league teams play in venues that don't have naming rights deals. That number will slip to 10 when the Atlanta Braves move into...
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