Baseball looks and sounds a little different this year. No fans in the stands (no real fans, that is), which would mean no crowd noise. Teams have been pumping in crowd noise to make games sound a little more "normal", and one team has enlisted a professional.
If you listen closely to Oakland A's home games, you might just hear the voice of Tom Hanks. He can be heard peddling everything from hot dogs to programs. It's a return to his youth in a way, because Hanks used to be a vendor at the Oakland Coliseum when he was younger.