You may have heard the age-old question, "If a tree falls in the woods, and nobody is around to hear it, does it make a sound?" Well, I pose a similar conundrum. If a baseball game is played in front of no fans, did it occur? Well for the first time ever, we found out the answer to such an odd question. On Tuesday, in an empty stadium at Camden Yards, the Chicago White Sox and Baltimore Orioles played a game in front of absolutely no fans. Other than two scouts, and a handful of media in the press box, the 45,971 seats in the stadium were completely empty. 

"This isn't the way you want to make history," said Orioles first baseman, Chris Davis who hit a homer in the 8-2 Orioles victory. 

The game was played without fans after the death of Baltimore resident, Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old African American man who was mysteriously killed after suffering a spinal cord injury while in police custody. Protestors turned Baltimore into a war zone over the following few days and MLB commissioner Rob Manfred canceled two games of the series before announcing that Tuesday's game would be played without any fans in order to protect the thousands of spectators and not take away any police from their responsibilities to the city. 

There was a handful of fans who surrounded a closed gate who tried to watch the game from outside the stadium but other than that, it was an eerie atmosphere at Camden Yards on Tuesday. Below are some of the images of the game. 

"Sorry Sir, there are no tickets for sale."
man speaks with an attendant at a ticket window at Oriole Park stadium at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland on April 29, 2015, while the Baltimore Oriole's play the Chicago White Sox in an empty Oriole Park stadium. Riot police in the US city of Baltimore enforced a curfew into the early hours of Wednesday and called it a success, emptying streets scarred by a spasm of rioting and looting. AFP PHOTO/ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS
Through the looking glass
The Baltimore Orioles play the Chicago White Sox at an empty Oriole Park at Camden Yards on April 29, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. Due to unrest in relation to the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, the two teams played in a stadium closed to the public. Gray, 25, was arrested for possessing a switch blade knife April 12 outside the Gilmor Houses housing project on Baltimore's west side. According to his attorney, Gray died a week later in the hospital from a severe spinal cord injury he received while in police custody. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Patrick Smith/Getty Images
A view from above
The Baltimore Orioles and Chicago White Sox stand for the nation anthem at an empty Oriole Park at Camden Yards on April 29, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. Due to unrest in relation to the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, the two teams played in a stadium closed to the public. Gray, 25, was arrested for possessing a switch blade knife April 12 outside the Gilmor Houses housing project on Baltimore's west side. According to his attorney, Gray died a week later in the hospital from a severe spinal cord injury he received while in police custody. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Patrick Smith/Getty Images
Empty Seats
The seats are emtpy before the Baltimore Orioles play the Chicago White Sox at an empty Oriole Park at Camden Yards on April 29, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. Due to unrest in relation to the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, the two teams played in a stadium closed to the public. Gray, 25, was arrested for possessing a switch blade knife April 12 outside the Gilmor Houses housing project on Baltimore's west side. According to his attorney, Gray died a week later in the hospital from a severe spinal cord injury he received while in police custody. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Patrick Smith/Getty Images
Press Box At Orioles Game
The media sit in the press box during the game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Chicago White Sox at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on April 29, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. The game was played without spectators due to the social unrest in Baltimore. (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images) Greg Fiume/Getty Images
Attendance: 0
The attendance board in the press room during the game. Greg Fiume / Getty Images
A Few Orioles Fans
Fans stand outside of the ballpark as the Baltimore Orioles play the Chicago White Sox at an empty Oriole Park at Camden Yards on April 29, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. Due to unrest in relation to the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, the two teams played in a stadium closed to the public. Gray, 25, was arrested for possessing a switch blade knife April 12 outside the Gilmor Houses housing project on Baltimore's west side. According to his attorney, Gray died a week later in the hospital from a severe spinal cord injury he received while in police custody. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Patrick Smith/Getty Images
Now Batting
The stands are seen empty as Emilio Bonifacio #64 of the Chicago White Sox bats against the Baltimore Orioles at an empty Oriole Park at Camden Yards on April 29, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. Due to unrest in relation to the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, the two teams played in a stadium closed to the public. Gray, 25, was arrested for possessing a switch blade knife April 12 outside the Gilmor Houses housing project on Baltimore's west side. According to his attorney, Gray died a week later in the hospital from a severe spinal cord injury he received while in police custody. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Patrick Smith/Getty Images
Chris Davis Homers For No One
Chris Davis #19 of the Baltimore Orioles hits a three-run home run in the first inning against the Chicago White Sox at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on April 29, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. The game was played without spectators due to the social unrest in Baltimore. (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images) Greg Fiume/Getty Images
Bittersweet Baltimore Victory
The Baltimore Orioles celebrate after a 8-2 victory against the Chicago White Sox at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on April 29, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. The game was played without spectators due to the social unrest in Baltimore. (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images) Greg Fiume/Getty Images