History was made in Baltimore today: The Orioles played in what the league says is the first Major League Baseball game to be closed to the public.
That meant that players came on the field to no cheers and a home run was marked by the crack of a bat and only a few isolated claps.
Here's video of the first pitch:
And video of a three-run home run by Orioles first-baseman Chris Davis:
NPR's Don Gonyea is at Camden Yards this afternoon and he reports that he saw just a small amount of police presence outside the stadium.