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2 hours ago, atomic said:

Many years ago my car broke down at night on I-95 and I coasted off of the Russell St Exit.  An off duty MTA Bus was behind me and stopped and drove me up to Pratt St which I really appreciated.  When I got back to the car the next day it was broken into and looked like someone slept in it.  

Yeah there's a well-established homeless camp right there now. Maybe your car was patient zero.

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The area around the stadium and the adjacent lots is very safe until the crowds disappear. The area around the casino is well-patrolled as well and I'd be comfortable walking around at night. The stretch between M&T stadium and the Horseshoe parking lot is largely deserted and might provide a mugger (or strangler!!!) an attractive workspace. Agree with others who have said that while there are very real risks walking around Balt - or any city - at any time, you should be OK. Would I walk it at night with 2 or 3 buddies? Absolutely. Would I walk it with my daughters? Far less likely. YMMV.

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3 hours ago, Going Underground said:


At the Harmon Killebrew statue, near Target Field. 

It did not occur during a game, but thank God that they caught most of these perpetrators.






It's definitely not a good idea to park in Minnesota when going to a game in Baltimore.



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On ‎9‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 12:34 PM, O's fan 11 said:

Is it safe to walk from Oriole Park to bus station at 2110 Haines Street after a night game? If not, is there taxi service available at the stadium? I'd hate to use a taxi, Uber, Lyft - it seems like it's a short one mile walk. Would appreciate some advice. Thank you.

Nah. Not if you are solo.  Call an Uber/Lyft.  Hell, I'll pay for you one myself.

If you are walking ALONE and on the path that I think you would, you are only fine until you pass the backside of M&T.  From what I remember, you would be walking under 295 then up a huge stair case and back down.  That area is not well lit, very deserted, etc.  You would be a walking mark for someone to rob.

If you are with some people, that's your call.  A crowd of people could be going to the casino and you would probably be OK.

IMO its not worth it.  Walking the streets of south Baltimore at night and solo....is just not smart.

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Since I started regularly attending games in the early 2000's I've driven through that area before and after games to get to parking. It is not the most well lit area (between M&T and the casino), and I wouldn't personally walk through there at night. I rarely attend night games anymore, not worth the risks. 

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