In an extraordinary scene in Baltimore right now, the Orioles and White Sox are playing at Camden Yards in front of no fans. 

Only media members, security guards and stadium workers were allowed inside to see the game.

Rick Leventhal said a few dozen fans have gathered outside the locked gates, cheering for the O's and trying to catch a glimpse of what's going on inside. 

Major League Baseball and the Orioles made the call Tuesday afternoon following the chaos that erupted in the streets of Baltimore on Monday. 

Since the riots and looting have subsided in the last 36 hours, some have questioned the decision to play the game with no fans in attendance.

Orioles star Adam Jones said if he were the commissioner, he would not ban the fans from attending. 

Earlier today on "Fox and Friends," former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani pushed back against the decision, arguing that a large police presence around the stadium would keep things under control.

"This whole idea that if you see too many police, it causes a riot? Complete nonsense. You see too many police and it frightens you and you stop," Giuliani said.

It's the first-ever Major League Baseball game to be played with an official attendance of zero.

The Orioles' weekend home series against the Rays has been moved to Tampa. The scheduled games against Chicago on Monday and Tuesday were postponed.

On Saturday night, as protests erupted in the city over the death of Freddie Gray, Orioles fans were told they would not be allowed to leave the stadium due to security concerns outside.

Fans were eventually allowed to leave, but advised to avoid certain areas of the city. 


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All is going well for the O's though, after a big first inning gave them a 6-0 lead.

Meantime, one Orioles player tried to have a little fun with the odd circumstance.

Watch Leventhal's report from "The Real Story" above.


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