Photos: Solar eclipse seen at Guardians-White Sox, Reds-Brewers games and Masters practice

People across North America spent Monday afternoon looking up at the sky — with protective glasses, of course — at the first total solar eclipse since Aug. 21, 2017. The phenomenon crossed over into sports in Cleveland and Cincinnati, where baseball players and fans alike caught a glimpse of the eclipse at Progressive Field and Great American Ball Park, respectively. During practice rounds in preparation for the upcoming Masters in Augusta, Ga., golfers and fans stopped to enjoy the eclipse as well.

Below are some photos from the spectacle.

Guardians, Reds taking in the eclipse

Hunter Gaddis of the Cleveland Guardians looks up at the total solar eclipse before the team’s home opener against the Chicago White Sox at Progressive Field in Cleveland. Cleveland was in the “path of totality” for Monday’s total solar eclipse. (Mike Lawrie / Getty Images)

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Brayan Rocchio of the Cleveland Guardians. (Mike Lawrie / Getty Images)

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The total solar eclipse is seen before the game between the Guardians and White Sox. (Mike Lawrie / Getty Images)

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A Guardians fan looks up at the solar eclipse. (Mike Lawrie / Getty Images)

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Guardians star José Ramírez attempts to take a photo of the solar eclipse. (Mike Lawrie / Getty Images)

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Members of the Cincinnati Reds use special glasses as they watch the solar eclipse before a baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers. (Aaron Doster / AP)

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The Reds’ Will Benson. (Aaron Doster / AP)

At the Masters

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Sam Burns looks up from the 16th hole during a practice round in preparation for the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club. (Ashley Landis / AP)

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A patron looks up at the sun during an solar eclipse. (Charlie Riedel / AP)

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More patrons look up at the sun during a solar eclipse. (Matt Slocum / AP)

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Danny Willett of England uses glasses to view the eclipse. (Warren Little / Getty Images)

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Patrons use glasses to view the eclipse. (Andrew Redington / Getty Images)

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A caddie uses glasses to view the eclipse. (Warren Little / Getty Images)

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(Top photo of the Guardians’ Gabriel Arias: Mike Lawrie / Getty Images)

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