Orioles-White Sox: Players Have Fun Mocking ‘Fan-less’ Camden Yards [VIDEO]

Christian Datoc Senior White House Correspondent
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The Orioles and White Sox are set to square-off in one of the strangest games in MLB history. (RELATED: Closed Public Crowd In Baltimore An Unprecedented Move In MLB History)

The Orioles decided to go ahead with the regularly scheduled 2:05 p.m start time, but the team isn’t allowing fans inside the stadium in an effort to keep them safe from any more potential riots.

This is definitely a first for Major League Baseball, but that isn’t stopping players from enjoying the situation.

White Sox centerfielder Adam Eaton tweeted the following joke a few hours before first-pitch:

Not wanting to be one-upped by their visiting opponents, O’s players responded by signing fake autographs for fake fans and tippin’ the cap to a fake standing ovation.


Meanwhile, REAL fans surrounded Camden, which basically defeated the purpose of closing the game to the public in the first place:

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