While there aren't any fans at Major League Baseball stadiums right now, that doesn't mean that the parks need to sound empty.
One day after the Red Sox held their first intrasquad scrimmage at Fenway Park, the team experimented by pumping in fake crowd noise at Fenway Park on Friday morning.
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It looked like Red Sox President and CEO Sam Kennedy and Chairman Tom Werner enjoyed the noise, but this experiment isn't confined to Fenway.
According to NESN's Tom Caron on Twitter, MLB sent the audio to all 30 teams. Teams in South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan are already using piped-in crowd noise during games without fans amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.