SJ - March 11, 2021
The Rangers announced on Wednesday that they will be at 100% capacity for their home opener at Globe Life Field. Following Opening Day they're going to operate at a slightly reduced capacity with "social distancing pods."
They're also planning on playing two Spring Training games against the Brewers on March 29th and 30th at Globe Life Field at 100% capacity. These games will be the first at the new stadium with fans in attendance.
BREAKING: The Rangers are officially opening Globe Life Field to fans for the 2021 MLB season.
Stadium will be at 100% capacity for the home opener and will then be at a slightly reduced capacity with “social distancing pods” in April and May. More information to come.
— kennedi landry (@kennlandry) March 10, 2021
People had thoughts on the news. The good news is that the Rangers won't be rounding up fans and forcing them to attend. If you don't want to go and you think it's "too dangerous," good news, you don't have to go.
For anyone who wants to go they're free to do so. I'm sure Major League Baseball will keep the Rangers from doing what they want and allowing adults to make their own decisions.
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