Baltimore, MD (SportsNetwork.com) - Tuesday night's game between the Orioles and White Sox at Camden Yards was postponed as Baltimore continues to deal with violent protests and riots over the death of a man injured in police custody.
Monday night's game was also postponed.
The Orioles consulted with Major League Baseball and state and local officials before making the decision. There was speculation that the game could be moved to Nationals Park in Washington, DC.
An announcement regarding the make-up date for both games will be made as soon as possible.
The teams are also scheduled to play Wednesday night.
Riots erupted in the city following the Monday funeral of Freddie Gray, who was arrested April 12 and later died after suffering a severe spinal injury.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency at the request of the city, activating the National Guard to help address the growing violence. The city of Baltimore has also enacted a 10 p.m. ET curfew.
It wasn't the first time an Orioles game was affected by the citywide unrest.
Fans at Camden Yards were asked to stay inside the stadium at the conclusion of Saturday's game against Boston because of safety concerns before they were eventually given the OK to leave.