After a day filled with mass protests over the death of Freddie Gray, the city of Baltimore is trying to pick up the pieces in the face of civil unrest.
Just a few miles away from the action, the Baltimore Orioles were forced to close down Camden Yards and postpone yesterday's and today's games against the Chicago White Sox.
However, while the protests are slowly starting to die down, it looks like it might be awhile before O's fans actually see any MLB action in Maryland.
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In an official statement, the team announced that they would be pushing their Wednesday night game to an earlier afternoon slot. But the real shock came when they announced the game would be COMPLETELY closed to the public.
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred commented on the decision, saying:
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