The IronBirds are a short-season Class A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles.
The team is owned by Ripken Baseball—the business founded and managed by Hall of Famer and Aberdeen native Cal Ripken.
The IronBirds play 38 games a year at Ripken Stadium. The club debuted as the Aberdeen IronBirds in 2002, as a member of the New York-Penn League, after the Ripken organization purchased the Utica Blue Sox and moved the team to Aberdeen.
Players on the team are members of the Orioles organization and are assigned to Aberdeen by the parent club. Generally, the players are in their first or second year in professional baseball.
- Parking: Free lot
- Private events: Yes
- Sports played: Baseball
- Competition level: Professional - lower level
- Home stadium/field: Ripken Stadium