The Orioles and representatives of Gov. Wes Moore said Friday they have reached agreement on a nonbinding “memorandum of understanding” — but not a lease — to keep the Orioles committed to Camden Yards for 30 years. While representatives from the governor’s office and the team proclaimed Thursday night that there was a 30-year agreement, they acknowledged during a Friday morning briefing that no lease has been signed.
Orioles, Maryland officials announce nonbinding stadium agreement, but not a lease
October 2, 2023