Every seat in the ballpark is green, except for two – one in left field which marks the spot of Cal Ripken's 278th career home run, breaking Ernie Banks' all-time record among shortstops, and one in right field, which marks the spot of Eddie Murray's 500th career home run. Two orange seats stand out from the park's dark green plastic chairs. Many of these stadiums, like Camden Yards, incorporate "retro" features in the stadium exteriors as well as interiors; these parks have been dubbed "retro-classic" parks. The MTA's Light Rail began service around the time that Oriole Park at Camden Yards opened.  The June 29, 2012 game against the Cleveland Indians was only the second time multiple home runs have landed on Eutaw Street in a single game. There is fun and games for children to participate in and everyone enjoys the family oriented vibe.  As of June 29, 2019, 100 home runs have landed on Eutaw Street in stadium history. The park is situated in downtown Baltimore, a few blocks west of Inner Harbor in the Camden Yards Sports Complex. Every seat in the ballpark is green, except for two â one in left field which marks the spot of Cal Ripken's 278th career home run, breaking Ernie Banks' all-time record among shortstops, and one in right field, which marks the spot of Eddie Murray's 500th career home run. Camden station may be vacant within the next five years.. On April 29, 2015, Camden Yards was practically empty after the riots in Baltimore over Freddie Gray. The view from much of the park is dominated by the former B&O Warehouse behind the right-field wall. Camden Street Station was originally built beginning in 1856, continuing until 1865, by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad as its main passenger terminal and early offices/ headquarters (until 1881) in Baltimore and is one of the longest continuously-operated terminals in the United States. Since opening in 1992, Oriole Park has hosted the third-most number of fans in Major League Baseball, exceeded only by Dodger Stadium and the first Yankee Stadium.. The playing field is 16 feet (4.9Â m) below street level. In May, 2005, a new sports museum, the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards, opened in the original Camden Station structure. Sports Legends closed in 2015; Geppi's closed in 2018. Today, the lower level tracks and the Howard Street tunnel continue to be extensively used by freight trains of B&O's successor CSX Transportation, as part of its mainline system. In May 2005, a new sports museum, the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards, opened in Camden Station. The warehouse has never been hit by a legal home run during regulation play.