The Orioles' new promotion — "Kids Cheer Free" — that offers paying fans free admission to their accompanying children has released dates for the entire season.
When announced in mid-March, the promotion offered games through April 29. But the team announced on Twitter Thursday that the rest of the season is now available.
"Kids Cheer Free" allows two children ages 9 and under free upper-deck seats for every adult upper-deck ticket purchased for every home game.
You can reserve tickets here.
Despite drawing more than 2 million fans last season, the Orioles had their lowest average home attendance since 2011 — 25,042 a game. Over the first three home games of the season, including the sellout on Opening Day, the team averaged 26,814.
The Orioles are 2-5 after Thursday night's 5-2 win over the Yankees in New York.