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  • Locked Out: Orioles fans booted from ballgame amid unrest

    Chris Davis might have hit the quietest home run for the home team in Orioles history. As the slugger pounded the ball deep onto Eutaw Street, just a few feet from where fans normally would have sprinted after a chance to catch a souvenir, there was...
  • Empty ballparks, Tom Ricketts in Fargo and Masahiro Tanaka watch

    Empty ballparks, Tom Ricketts in Fargo and Masahiro Tanaka watch
    One of the classic Charlie Sheen stories took place back in 1996 when the actor bought 2,615 seats in left field at Anaheim Stadium to try to catch a home run. Sheen paid $6,500 for the seats to have the section to himself (and three friends), saying he...
  • Orioles-White Sox game: Baltimore's urban stadium becomes no-fans' land

    Orioles-White Sox game: Baltimore's urban stadium becomes no-fans' land
    The whiteboard in the Camden Yards press box listed some details about the Baltimore Orioles' fourth home date of the season, a Wednesday afternoon game against the Chicago White Sox. Temperature: 73F. First pitch: 2:06. Attendance: 0. With...
  • Locked Out: Orioles Fans Booted From Ballgame Amid Unrest

    Locked Out: Orioles Fans Booted From Ballgame Amid Unrest
    BALTIMORE (AP) - Chris Davis might have hit the quietest home run for the home team in Orioles history. As the slugger pounded the ball deep onto Eutaw Street, just a few feet from where fans normally would have sprinted after a chance to catch a...
  • No-fan facts from closed game at Camden Yards

    No-fan facts from closed game at Camden Yards
    National anthem — The Orioles played the national anthem over the public address system for the first time in recent memory. That didn't stop a small group of fans watching through the fence behind the bullpens from shouting, "O," at the appropriate...
  • On The Fly: Mayweather-Pacquiao Both Have Water Issues

    On The Fly: Mayweather-Pacquiao Both Have Water Issues
    The Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight is Saturday night in Las Vegas and carried by HBO and Showtime pay-per-view. Of course, it probably doesn't start until between 11:30 p.m. and midnight here. The timing of these fights is no friend to the East...
  • Orioles top White Sox 8-2 at empty Camden Yards

    The cheers from the small group of Orioles fans gathered outside the locked gates beyond center field echoed throughout an empty Camden Yards every time the home team scored a run. There was no roar of the crowd inside the ballpark on this surreal day....
  • White Sox play in front of an empty Oriole Park

    White Sox play in front of an empty Oriole Park
    The Chicago White Sox played a day game today in an empty Orioles Park at Camden Yards due to the riots in Baltimore. (Much to our national shame). For anyone in the Chicagoland area, the idea of the Sox playing in front of an empty stadium isn't a new...
  • Wednesday's recap: Orioles 8, White Sox 2

    Wednesday's recap: Orioles 8, White Sox 2
    The summary The historic game in an empty Camden Yards was a dud for the White Sox, who fell behind by six runs in the first inning Wednesday on the way to an 8-2 loss to the Orioles. Sox starter Jeff Samardzija allowed eight runs (seven earned) on 10...
  • Latest on game with no fans: No cheers for O's in win

    4:10 p.m. The game ends, and the song "Orioles Magic" is piped over the loudspeakers as Baltimore celebrates an 8-2 victory in a game that lasted only 2 hours, 3 minutes. Hmm, maybe playing without fans in the park is actually the best way to speed up a...
  • PHOTO GALLERY: What a game with zero fans looks like

    Attendance zero. Fans watched from a hotel across the street. They peered in from a stadium gate. Most watched from somewhere else, such as work or home. None watched from the stands. Security concerns after riots in Baltimore caused the Orioles and...