This MLB team will let parents bring their kids to games for free

Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
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The Baltimore Orioles announced Monday that this season they will offer tickets to their youngest fans at a price even those without an allowance can afford: $0.00.

The Major League Baseball team unveiled its new "Kids Cheer Free" initiative, which will offer free admission for up to two children aged 9 and under with the purchase of a regular-price adult upper deck ticket. The program will make tickets available through the program on a month-by-month basis for any game at Camden Yards this season, except Opening Day.

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