A limited number of fans will be allowed to attend the National League Championship Series and World Series in Arlington, Texas, Major League Baseball announced Wednesday.
Major League Baseball will make approximately 11,500 tickets available for each game. The total will be divided among 10,550 fans spread throughout the ballpark at Globe Life Field and 950 in suites.
Tickets for all seven games of each series will go on sale starting on Tuesday at MLB.com and TexasRangers.com. Game 1 of the NLCS on Oct. 12 will mark the first time fans will be able to attend a game at the recently opened Globe Life Field because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tickets in the seating bowl will be sold in "pods," with individuals able to purchase a limit of one pod per NLCS and World Series game.
MLB said in its release that seats within each pod cannot be broken apart for sale and that each pod will be a minimum of six feet from each other.
No seats will be sold within 20 feet of where a player can be located on the field, dugouts or bullpen.
Masks will be mandatory for all fans except when actively eating or drinking at their ticketed seats.
--Field Level Media