Major League Baseball has been without fans this season. That will soon change as tickets will be sold for the National League Championship Series and World Series, which will be played at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas as part of the first baseball playoffs to be held at a neutral site in order to maintain a playoff bubble.
Tickets will go on sale at 11AM ET on 10/6 at MLB.com and TexasRangers.com. Tickets will be sold in packs of 4 as a “pod” and fans can purchase one pod per game. Each pod will have 6 feet of social distancing from another pod. Pods won’t be able to be broken up for resale. 11,500 tickets per game will be sold out of a total of 40,300 seats. No seats will be within 20 feet of any player.
Fans will have to wear masks, unless they are actively eating or drinking. I guess that MLB has never heard of eating a bag of peanuts or cracker jacks?
No bags will be allowed into the stadium unless there’s a medical need, or a diaper bag accompanying an infant.
Alas, there’s no more SPG around to auction off the rights to throw out the first pitch before game 7 of the World Series for Starpoints:
Will you try to go to any playoff games in Arlington?
HT: Leon F.