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This Is What The Orioles-White Sox Game Looked Like In An Empty Stadium (Photos)

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In the wake of Baltimore's violent Freddie Gray riots, Wednesday's Orioles-White Sox game was played behind closed doors at Camden Yards.

It's the first game in MLB history where the general public was not allowed entry.

Here are several shots of an empty Camden Yards, with fans attempting to watch the game from the surrounding decks and terraces.

View from room 567 of Hilton, bout half dozen fans in here (and a black lab and some beer) pic.twitter.com/7kqD4MUjrn — Sean Gregory (@seanmgregory) April 29, 2015
Smattering of folks on Hilton balcony have best seats out of the house. pic.twitter.com/dfQ1L0LeA7 — Sean Gregory (@seanmgregory) April 29, 2015
Strange sight at CHI-BAL today, as Camden Yards is closed to fans. Lowest attendance in MLB history. (via @whitesox) pic.twitter.com/Ewwu1oZ9Sb — ESPN (@espn) April 29, 2015

As well as a few shots of the action inside the stadium.

Citations: See the Orioles Playing in an Empty Stadium After Baltimore Riots (Time), Orioles Player Seen Signing Fake Autographs In An Empty Camden Yards (Digg)