Maroon PR worked with the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation to celebrate the dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony of the Brooks Robinson Field at Group1001 Park in West Baltimore.
Maroon PR worked with local and national media to maximize media coverage around the event at Frederick Douglas High School featuring Baltimore Orioles legends Brooks Robinson, Cal Ripken, Jr., Eddie Murray and Bill Ripken.
The new synthetic turf field will serve as the home field of the Frederick Douglas High School baseball and softball programs.
Media coverage included MLB Network, MLB.com, Yahoo News, The Baltimore Sun, and all four TV networks in Baltimore.
Brooks Robinson Field at Group 1001 Park Ribbon Cutting Coverage
– Live interview with Cal Ripken, Jr.
WBAL-TV (NBC) – Brooks Robinson Field opens at Frederick Douglass High School
WJZ- TV (CBS) – Brooks Robinson Field Now Open In West Baltimore
WMAR- TV (ABC) – Cal Ripken honors Brooks Robinson in West Baltimore
WBFF-TV (FOX)- Brooks Robinson Baseball Field dedicated in West Baltimore
– Shared on Twitter
WBAL Radio – Brooks Robinson Field Opens at Frederick Douglass High (Radio & online)
MASN – Brooks Robinson Field unveiled today
– Aired during Orioles pregame at 6:50 p.m.
– The Baltimore Sun – Brooks Robinson field unveiled
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