It's got the bumper sticker. It's got the little flag. But your car, hopped up on Opening Day excitement, wants a little something more.
Lucky for the ride, you can now order it one of the new Orioles cartoon bird license plates.
A collaboration between the Orioles and Maryland's Motor Vehicle Administration, the plates are rather adorable, all orange and black with the little birdie logo in one corner.
The cartoon bird is a throwback to the cartoon bird of the '60s and '70s, brought back by the team this year for the 20th anniversary of
One of the plates will set you back $50, but $25 of that goes to the Baltimore Orioles Charitable Foundation.
Also, the Orioles have a few contests for versions of the plate that might appeal to the team's truest fans.
There's a sweepstakes to win plate "0001."
And then there's a charity auction to score plates featuring the numbers of certain star players. Fans can vie for Adam Jones "0010,"
"0032." There's also a chance to win a few classic numbers: (
's "0022" and
Both the sweepstakes and the auction close April 17.
For information on how to get a plate, visit http://www.orioles.com/plates.