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4/29/15: Considering how quiet it is in the ballpark, Gary Thorne compares it to the calm of the Masters Golf Tournament

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Comments

cheezeman6 says:

wow this is actually awesome. no more fans from now on please! lol

Joe Hammonds says:

They should do that more often. The sweet sound of a wood bat making great
contact is like an angel singing

Andalus101 says:

I don’t see what so weird about this. This looks like any ordinary home
game for the Tampa Bay Rays.

MorallyDerogatoryCA says:

“Green jacket within reach…” Nice one! 

Stephen Martell says:

I bet every ball that was hit sounded like an explosion. I love the sound
of a wooden bat hitting the ball

Larry Curtis says:

cause of the riot happen on monday and it a punish for the people that
cause a very huge riot now the riot is slowing down and getting better also
the final report will be release on friday about gray and the washington
post got there report that it was a self inflection wounds now the lesson
has been learn and it a huge roits cause this that means they will miss
there toys

AtomicCobraByte says:

Still more people than a Florida Panthers game

Tristin mckinstry says:

They have some rowdy fans, eh?

Eric Ainsworth says:

anyone know were i can watch the full game at.

silentknight206 says:

I hope this makes professional athletes appreciate the fans that use their
hard earned money to attend games. It’s not the same is it?

Julio says:

Yo lol this announcer is a comedian

smoothpants says:

If only there were an argument between a manager and an ump.

KTF0 says:

Those Oriole fans look exactly like Marlin fans.

cfapps7865 says:

Because of the riots, the sound of a baseball game with zero fans.

#Baltimore

Joan Ferreira says:

why is this not viral? classic.

Raven Eye says:

That was hilarious!

Charles Comer says:

A small funny bit, but this is history. Love it!

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