It’s happening! Los Angeles Dodgers fans will be able to attend games at Dodger Stadium. Last week, the California Department of Public Health gave clearance for Los Angeles Dodgers fans to attend games at Dodger Stadium for the first time since 2019.
With LA County inching closer to the red tier, it would allow the team to host fans at 20 percent capacity as well as the ability to sell food and drinks. We discuss the latest developments regarding the return of fans at Dodger Stadium and how soon we could see a packed house!
Plus, what do you miss most about Dodger Stadium?
California Governor Gavin Newsom has the best case scenario meaning 11,200 fans in the stands for opening day if covid numbers continue to fall. Understandably, Dodgers players are excited to have any number of real, human fans, not the cardboard ones. Adding his two cents, Dave Roberts had this to say.
Any amount of fans is great for all of us.
Notably, the home opener in LA will feature the first World Series ring ceremony for the franchise in a looong time.
What do you think about the best-case scenario of 11,200 fans?
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