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Where MLB teams stand on fans within the Stadiums this Season

American League East

Baltimore Orioles

The Orioles will allow 25 percent capacity, about 11,000 fans, at Camden Yards to open the season. Fans will be seated in pods. 

Boston Red Sox

The Red Sox will allow 12 percent capacity, around 4,500 fans, at Fenway Park to open the season. 

New York Yankees

For Yankee Stadium, they’ll be allowing 20 percent capacity, which would mean about 10,800 fans permitted. Spectators need proof of a negative coronavirus test within 72 hours of the game or that they are vaccinated to attend the game. 

Tampa Bay Rays

The Rays will begin the season with a maximum capacity of 20 percent, which is up to 9,000 fans at the indoor Tropicana Field.

Toronto Blue Jays

The Blue Jays will be playing their home games in Florida to start the 2021 season due to the Canada-U.S. border closure because of the pandemic. Currently, the club is allowing 15 percent capacity, about 1,275 attendees, for spring training games at TD Ballpark.

American League Central

Chicago White Sox

White Sox will be providing 22 percent capacity, around 8,900 people, at Guaranteed Rate Field. Upon request, the White Sox will provide ticket-holder info to state and city officials for contact tracing. 

Minnesota Twins

The Twins will start the season with a maximum capacity of 26 percent or 10,000 fans at Target Field.


Cleveland will provide 30 percent capacity, or about 10,500 fans, allowed at Progressive Field to begin the season. Seating pods will be for no more than six people.

Kansas City Royals

The Royals will allow up to 30 percent, or 10,000 fans, at Kauffman Stadium for April games. They plan to increase attendance as the season goes along.

Detroit Tigers

Comerica Park will start the season with 20 percent capacity, about 8,200 fans. 

American League West

Houston Astros

To start, the organization has committed to keeping capacity at the Juice Box limited to 50 percent, up to 20,500 people, at least through April, with the option to re-evaluate the situation and update the guidelines at any time during the 2021 season. 

Los Angeles Angels

The Angels will start the season with 20 percent capacity at Angel Stadium, roughly 9,000 fans. When Orange County moves to its next coronavirus tier, attendance could go up to 33 percent.

Oakland Athletics

The Oakland A’s will begin the season with 20 percent capacity at the Coliseum, roughly 9,400 fans. Ticket sales are restricted to California residents. 

Seattle Mariners

The Mariners will start the season with a maximum capacity of 20 percent or 9,000 fans at T-Mobile Park.

Texas Rangers

The Rangers are the only team to allow full capacity on opening day, which is up to 40,300 fans. Texas is expected to reduce the capacity for future games to allow for social distancing.

National League East

Atlanta Braves

The Braves will begin the season with 33 percent capacity, about 13,500 fans, at Truist Park to start the season. The stadium will also be hosting the 2021 All-Star Game in July and Major League Baseball is expecting a full stadium.

Miami Marlins

The team will allow 25 percent capacity within stadiums to begin the year, which translates to a maximum of about 9,300 fans. 

New York Mets

The Mets will accept up to 20 percent capacity, about 8,400 fans, at Citi Field. The Mets will require fans to present proof of a negative coronavirus test or proof of vaccination before entering the stadium.

Philadelphia Phillies

Gov. Tom Wolf has said that outdoor venues in Pennsylvania will be open at 50 percent capacity starting April 4. 

Washington Nationals

The Nationals will have 5,000 fans in attendance for their April 1 opener against the Mets in Washington D.C. The team wanted far more fans to be allowed into the park and will revisit the limits with D.C. officials for the second homestand, which starts April 15.

National League Central

Chicago Cubs

The Cubs will be selling up to 20 percent, or 8,274 tickets, to their home games to begin the season.

St. Louis Cardinals

The Cardinals will have 32% capacity to start the season, which is about 14,500 fans at Busch Stadium.

Cincinnati Reds

The Reds will have up to 30 percent capacity. That’s about 12,700 fans at Great American Ballpark. Seating pods will be for no more than six people. 

Milwaukee Brewers

The Reds will have up to 25 percent capacity. That’s about 10,500 fans at American Family Field.

Pittsburgh Pirates

The Pirates will allow 20 percent capacity, up to 7,800 fans, to attend games at PNC Park.

National League West

Arizona Diamondbacks

The team will allow 20 percent, or 20,000 fans, at Chase Field to begin the season.

Colorado Rockies

The Rockies will allow up to 42.6 percent capacity for fans at Coors Field. That would mean up to 21,400 fans will be allowed to begin the season. The picnic area and other standing-room gathering spots will be closed.

Los Angeles Dodgers

The Dodgers will allow 20 percent capacity, around 11,000 fans, to attend games at Dodger Stadium. 

San Diego Padres

The Padres will allow 20 percent capacity. That’s roughly 10,000 fans who will be allowed to attend games at Petco Park.

San Francisco Giants

The Giants will allow 20 percent capacity. That’s roughly 8,400 fans who will be allowed to attend games at Oracle Park.


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