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MLB has fans of the NLCS and World Series

Mark Southerd, a baseball fan in Wichita Falls, Texas, will take a photo on Monday, June 1, 2020 in Arlington, Texas, during a tour of Globe Lifefield, the new home of the Texas Rangers baseball team. (AP Photo / LM Otero) ORG XMIT: TXMO204

MLB announced on Wednesday that it will make tickets available to a limited number of fans of the NLCS and World Series.

The official press release from MLB states:

“Major League Baseball will allow a limited number of fans to participate in the National League Championship Series announced by Camping World and the World Series in Arlington, Texas, at Globe Lifefield, in collaboration with the Texas Rangers. MLB has made about 11,500 tickets available for each game, with 10,550 fans throughout the stadium and 950 in the suite. “

This is the first time MLB has allowed fans to participate in the game with all its abilities since before the COVID-19 pandemic. Only in these two series, some fans can easily return to the thrill of experiencing baseball directly after the season.

11,500 tickets are sold in groups of four called pods. The pods are at least 6 feet away from each other and no seats will be sold within 20 feet of where the player is. A mask is also a must for fans.

It’s not exactly the same as normal time yet, but these safety regulations should provide a great experience for a group of selected people.

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