Orioles and White Sox Played Without Audience

After the events of the Baltimore riots this week, The Orioles and the White Sox played yesterday’s game with no fans in the audience.  This is quite the rarity for a sports game.  Even back during World War II, when players like Hank Greenberg were in the army, President Roosevelt declared that baseball should continue to be played. Dr. Justin Frank delves more into this topic in his new blog post, which you can read here:  http://www.obamaonthecouch.com/national-pastime-or-national-guard/

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