Cleveland, Ohio 2021-02-22 14:26:00 –
The Cleveland baseball team today announced that some fans will be admitted to Progressive Field at the beginning of the season, awaiting approval from state and local health authorities.
Last year, no fan saw a live-action film on the corner of Carnegie and Ontario. MLB only welcomed fans starting with the National League Championship Series. However, with the gradual improvement in the number of Covid-19s and the return of socially distant fans at the NFL Stadium and NBA Arena, Major League Baseball has also opened its doors to some extent.
Cleveland’s plans include a two- and four-person pod placement in April, and a mask is always a must, except when fans are eating and drinking.
The team’s announcement didn’t include details about the capacity of these early games, but with off-season fire sales and spring weather in Cleveland, fans probably won’t hit the door.
Governor Mike DeWine plans to elaborate on outdoor gaming limits later this week, but says it will probably be 30% of current capacity. In that case, Progressive Field can welcome as many as 10,510 fans per game.
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