If you are a Baltimore Orioles fan and own a car in the State of Maryland, then you are in luck.
Baltimore Orioles fans can get their very own official MVA Maryland Orioles license plate.
With this great looking license plate, you can set yourself apart from other fans and you can help the OriolesREACH charitable foundation.
The attractive license plate features the bird with the Orioles hat, the name of the team, and “BAL” along the side of your unique plate number. This is all on a white background, so it really stands out. This plate is so special that the team actually offered a #4000 back in May as a prize for fans.
Getting the Orioles license plate on your car is certainly a unique opportunity. There are several other teams that offer plates, like the New York Yankees, the Tampa Bay Rays, and the Boston Red Sox. It is also possible to get a Washington Nationals plate in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC.
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But, there are several states that do not offer MLB plates. Fans of the Detroit Tigers, Minnesota Twins, Pittsburgh Pirates, Kansas City Royals, and all of the teams in California cannot get plates in their respective states.
Interestingly, some states that are not the homes of the teams offer plates for baseball fans. For example, fans who own cars in New Jersey can get Mets, Phillies, or Yankees plates. But, fans in Pennsylvania cannot get a Phillies or Pirates plate. Boston Red Sox fans who live in Rhode Island can get Red Sox license plates on their vehicles.
There is an application that needs to be completed in order to get a Maryland Orioles license plate. Once you place your order, it takes up to 12 weeks for delivery.
There are special rules about the Maryland Orioles plates. All of the plates have a combination of four numbers. It is not possible to get it personalized, so you cannot get Manny Machado‘s #13 or Cal Ripken‘s #8 on your plate. The plate costs an addition $50 and half of that fee goes to the Orioles Charitable Foundation. The $25 that goes to charity is tax deductible.
This foundation has raised over $9 million since Peter Angelos became the owner of the team. The charity helps local organizations in the community and has been active for over 50 years. The OriolesREACH foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of the team’s neediest fans.