MLB to allow "limited number of fans" for the NLCS and WS in Texas

soxhop411

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These tickets could rival Sueprbowl ticket prices (depending on which teams make it)
 

Ale Xander

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11500 doesn't seem limited.

Will be interesting to see how "actively eating/drinking" will be enforced.
 

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This strikes me as a bad idea. Not just from the perspective of putting ~10,000 people in the building, but presumably they're not just going to be drawing local fans from the Dallas/Arlington area. People are likely going to travel from across the country to attend. I mean, do we really believe that there won't be fans buying tickets and traveling from Chicago or New York or LA or St Louis or Atlanta or Tampa (okay, maybe not Tampa)? That seems...unwise. And irresponsible.
 

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Jacobs family profits again, as Delaware North has the Globe Life contract.
 

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I went to the Colts/Jets game last Sunday (7,500 people) and I wasn't within 10 feet of anyone the entire time; not to mention, no lines for anything the whole game. Seemed like everyone had masks on too. I think it's doable, if done right.