Frederick Keys Baseball
The roar of the crowd, the crack of the bat and a hot dog are the perfect way to spend the day in Frederick, home of the Frederick Keys. The Keys are the Class A Advanced affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles and is named for Francis Scott Key, author of the Star Spangled Banner. His memorial and gravesite, at Mount Olivet Cemetery, is within sight of their stadium, Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium. During the game, keep little ones entertained in the Fun Zone with the carousel and bouncy slide. Following every home game, kids under 12 can run the bases. Founded in 1989, the team plays in the Carolina League and most recently won a Division title in 2011. With exciting promotional nights, regular fireworks and the always entertaining Keyote as mascot, the Frederick Keys are great fun for the whole family!
A baseball game is also a great way to entertain with your group! Bring your family, friends, clients, employees or business associates out to the stadium with affordable packages including tickets, food and drinks.