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Dear Orioles: Fans are hungry for more than baseball | READER COMMENTARY

The concession area of Oriole Park at Camden Yards is viewed after the cancellation of a game in 2018. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)
The concession area of Oriole Park at Camden Yards is viewed after the cancellation of a game in 2018. (AP Photo/Gail Burton) (Gail Burton)

As a Baltimore Orioles season ticket holder, I am distressed that I will not be allowed to bring any food into Camden Yards this summer (”Little appetite to attend Orioles games if outside food is banned,” March 26). I understand the no bags policy during the pandemic. However, even the Nationals will allow fans to bring food into their park as long as you can carry it in your hand.

I fail to see how me carrying a bag of peanuts into Camden Yards would be detrimental to my health or to anyone else’s. Actually, it would further limit my contact with stadium staff by saving me a trip to a concession stand. As a fan, this looks to me to be more about money than health safety. I do not think it is a good idea to make it less fun to come to a game.

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Harold Kanarek, Baltimore

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