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Orioles Fan Bares All as "Carne Cabeza"

Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 09:12 PM EDT
At Oriole Park this season there is a different sound in the air: the Orioles are winning, the stands are filling, and Neal Moorhouse is present.

Moorhouse is a lifelong fan, but this season he is in a league of his own.  He shows his support the the Orioles with a Mexican mask and a designer cape. Moorhouse is a heavyweight in a whole new class of fans.

At Oriole Park, he turns the stands into his stage. He calls himself Carne Cabeza, which means meat-head in Spanish. But in the three months since he first appeared shirtless, the crowds have embraced all 260-pounds of him.

Wherever there's a camera, Moorhouse has a pose. He is on a mission to stir excitement and for the first time in 15 years the Orioles have scored a winning season making it even easier.

Moorhouse is an Orioles fan, who now has fans himself. Orioles Fan Bares All as "Carne Cabeza"


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