Discussion in 'The Coliseum' started by daemonova, Feb 22, 2020.
Congratulations brehs. Go win that pennant
this pitching came out of nowhere.
percocet, molly percocet
Stuck between wanting to celebrate, & being nervous because of how teams in this city fold under pressure
How bout them braves??
well we had a good run
Major League Baseball plans to allow about 11,500 socially distanced fans to be in attendance at each of the NLCS games between the Braves and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
That represents about 28% of the full seating capacity of 40,400 at Globe Life Field, the Texas Rangers' new retractable-roof stadium in Arlington, Texas, where the NLCS will be played within MLB’s postseason “bubble
Major League Baseball put tickets for the NLCS on sale Tuesday, priced from $40 to $250 per seat and available only in groups of four contiguous seats, called pods.
As of Friday, tickets remained available at MLB.com, TexasRangers.com and MLB-authorized secondary-market platforms such as StubHub.
The NLCS crowd figures to be a blend of Rangers season-ticket holders along with Braves and Dodgers fans who live in or near the Dallas-Fort Worth area or choose to travel there.
All of the four-seat pods that will be occupied at Globe Life Field during the NLCS are located at least six feet away from any other pod. Unsold seats will be tied back to prevent use. No fans will be allowed within 20 feet of the field, dugouts or bullpen.
Sales are limited to one pod per game per customer, and the four tickets within a pod cannot be broken apart for resale separately.
If all available tickets are sold and used, about 10,500 fans will be spread around the seating bowls, with approximately 950 others in suites.
Fans will be required to wear masks or other face coverings in the stadium except when eating or drinking at their ticketed seats, according to MLB.
Decisions on whether the Globe Life Field roof will be open or closed will be made on a game-to-game basis by MLB officials based on weather and other factors, according to the Rangers.
The same number of fans will be allowed in attendance for the World Series, also to be played at the Rangers' stadium, from Oct. 20-28. World Series tickets went on sale this week, too, priced from $75 to $450 each, with the same restrictions as the NLCS tickets.
The American League Championship Series, which will be played at Petco Park in San Diego beginning Sunday, won’t have fans in the stands because MLB couldn’t get California governmental approval to sell tickets there amid the pandemic.
Gotta clean up that 1-12 RISP but I'll take the win!