The one that stands out probably the most was '89. I thought that game set the tone for the whole year. It started on a high note and got the ball rolling for a great year. And an unexpected one at the that. What set the tone was Steve Finley's catch of a ball banging into the wall. It just seemed to set the tone for positive things to come.
In contrast, was the year before I'm pretty sure, when the Orioles were getting beat pretty bad. I remember somebody yelling, "Put in Neidenfuer's wife!" It expressed our feelings and it wasn't depressing; it was funny. I loved it. I've always remembered that. You might remember that our relief pitcher's wife was quite good looking, though he wasn't having much luck as a picher.
Always a rite of Spring though and usually pretty cool, but their were some that were hot and I think even a bikini made an appearance one year.