BALTIMORE (AP) — 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 White Sox to play before an empty stadium Wednesday. It was believed to be the only time in Major League Baseball's 145-season history that the game went on without fans.
AP's journalists captured the day in photos as the Orioles beat Chicago 8-2. Here is what being inside and outside of the gates looked like.