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Here's what it looked like inside the Orioles-White Sox game that was closed to the public

The Orioles hosted the White Sox at Camden Yards on Wednesday, but because of the circumstances in Baltimore, not a single fan is in the stands.

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It's the first time in history that an MLB game is being played closed to the public.

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However, there were a few scouts and members of the media in the stands: 

And the grounds crew proceeded like business as usual:

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The players maintained their routines, like hanging out in the dugout pre-game:

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And signing autographs:

When it was time to play, everyone went to work -- like Adam Eaton, the game's first batter:

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And, without a crowd, the game played on:

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While some fans watched from outside the ballpark:

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Unable to reap the benefits of a game-used souvenir:

And without the roar of the crowd, the pop of a glove could be heard throughout the ballpark:

Ah, the pop of the glove. #orioles #whitesox

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