Ravens, Commanders Rookies Hit Camden Yards For ‘Battle Of The Beltway’

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — In a show of friendly competition, Baltimore Ravens and Washington Commanders rookies shared a field box at Camden Yards Tuesday night to watch their baseball counterparts match off in a “Battle of the Beltway.”

First-round pick Kyle Hamilton threw out the first pitch to Orioles veteran Trey Mancini. Besides being birds of a Baltimore feather, both Hamilton and Mancini hail from the University of Notre Dame.

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— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) June 21, 2022

Hamilton joined his new teammates to cheer on the O’s after the pitch, right beside fellow rookies rooting for the Washington Nationals.

Each Raven wore a customized Orioles jersey with their own last name stitched to the back. We can’t confirm the Commanders came through so sharp.

Ravens and @Commanders rookies taking in the Battle of the Beltways

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Alas, the night didn’t end so well for Baltimore, with the Nationals blanking the Orioles 3-0.