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Dodgers News: Fans in the Stands By Opening Day? Stan Kasten Hopes it Could Happen!



After a full season without fans at Dodger Stadium in 2020, allowing fans back 2021 is looking like a real possibility.

The LA Times reported Friday that the Dodgers are working with state officials on allowing fans to possibly attend games as early as opening day. Team president Stan Kasten told season-ticket holders the following in a video.

“I hope, by opening day, we are finally going to have some fans in the park,” he would go on to say, “I don’t think it will be a full stadium just yet. But I do believe sometime during this season, the way things are looking, we will have a full stadium again.”

We discuss how having fans back in the stands would impact the Dodgers this season and what it would mean for fans to cheer on their “Boys in Blue” in person again. Plus, what do you miss most about Dodger Stadium?

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