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Power Plant Live shows the Orioles some love

With only six games to play and division opponents the Boston Red Sox in town this weekend, the Orioles sit one game behind the first-place New York Yankees and atop the American League Wild Card. So for the first time in many years, the O's are relevant in late September and, appropriately, the city has taken notice.

Above is a photo of the main Power Plant Live sign, with the "O" lit-up orange in honor of the home team. The entertainment complex joins the Legg Mason building in getting into the pennant-chasing spirit.

Have you seen other local companies/buildings showing the O's love? Let me know in the comments below.

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