- Associated Press - Thursday, August 20, 2015

BALTIMORE (AP) - Children who were some of the top summer readers in Maryland are being honored by the Baltimore Orioles.

The children will get to take the field for a ceremony before the first pitch of Thursday night’s game against the Minnesota Twins. The children being honored are just some of the nearly 200,000 involved in the Maryland Public Library Summer Reading Program.

The Orioles supported the summer reading program by donating 5,000 tickets to Maryland public library branches.

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