John Coale, Greta Van Susteren, and the miracle of Scientology drug technology: A meditation - 2015-05-27
The game, played on April 28, was the first in Major League Baseball history that had no fans in attendance; ticket holders had been told not to come to the stadium while the city was still experiencing unrest during protests over the death of a man named Freddie Gray at the hands of Baltimore police. The Orioles jumped out to a 4-0 lead and eventually won the game 9-2. Journalists who covered it said it was one of the strangest events they've ever witnessed.
Coale managed to get a photograph of himself in the otherwise empty stands at Camden Yards because he's a member of the Maryland Stadium Authority's executive board. And that's where we recently sent a message to him, and confirmed with the Authority that our message did get to him.