Due to safety concerns following several days of unrest in Baltimore, the public was not allowed at Wednesday's meeting between the Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles. The Orioles' 8-2 victory marked the first time in Major League Baseball history that a game was played without fans in attendance.
A Maryland National Guard vehicle drives by the stadium Wednesday before the Orioles hosted the White Sox in a game played in an empty Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Unable to cheer on the home team from inside the stadium, a group of fans gathers at the gates to show their support for the Orioles.
Closed For Business
With the public not allowed to attend Wednesday's game, Camden Yards ticket windows remained closed before and during the contest.
Lowest Attendance Ever
The attendance board in the Camden Yards media room tells the story as the Orioles and White Sox played the first MLB game with zero fans.
Players stand during a recorded playing of the National Anthem at a fanless Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Pitching without the usual sounds of a crowded ballpark around him, Chicago's Jeff Samardzija struggled on the mound. The right-hander allowed seven earned runs in five innings.
Orioles pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez delivers a pitch against the White Sox in the first inning of Wednesday's fanless game. Jimenez earned the victory, pitching seven strong innings.
Davis Digs In
Baltimore's Chris Davis belts a first-inning home run that landed on Eutaw Street, where the ball remained unclaimed.
Fans From Up Above
Some Baltimore fans found a way to take in Wednesday's action, watching the Orioles' victory from the rooftops of buildings just outside of Camden Yards.
Without fans there to cheer the team on, Baltimore's Manny Machado celebrates with teammates while the Orioles beat the White Sox.
Nobody's Got It
A foul ball off of the bat of Orioles' infielder Everth Cabrera sits in the stands without the usual rush of fans chasing to claim it.
A Win For The City
Members of the Orioles line up to congratulate each other after winning the first major league game played with zero attendance.