After riots broke out in Baltimore this week, Baltimore Orioles executives announced that, rather than postponing it for another day, they'd play Wednesday's game without spectators.
No fans allowed.
Only the players, select staff, scouts, and sportscasters got through the gates of Camden Yards. It was the first time in history fans were barred from a Major League Baseball game.
Giving the play-by-play in a near-empty stadium was a surreal experience for legendary sportscaster Joe Angel, who calls Orioles games for CBS Radio's 105.7 - The Fan in Baltimore.
Angel joined Take Two host A. Martinez to talk about calling Wednesday's historic game.