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Another historic ‘first’ during the era of Hope & Change?

By Doug Powers  •  April 28, 2015 09:42 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

The last several years have seen history made, and the “firsts” keep on coming:

The Orioles announced on Tuesday afternoon that they would play their Wednesday game against the White Sox — but it would be closed to the public.

The game will take place at 2:05 p.m. and will be played in an empty stadium. This is believe to be the first time in U.S. sports history that a professional baseball team has player a game without any fans in the stands.

The Orioles following three-game series that was scheduled at Camden Yard is being moved to Tropicana Field in Tampa, where sometimes it only might look like it’s closed to the public:


But Al Sharpton’s in Baltimore now, so that’ll certainly help calm the situation (sarcasm status: extremely thick).

David Axelrod said this:

Um, yeah. Give it some thought, David.

**Written by Doug Powers

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