MLB – Baseball: Green light for fans to return to stadiums in California from April 1


SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California has given the green light to amateur returns at major league baseball stadiums, effective April 1.

Announced Friday, the new measures also affect places like Disneyland and theaters.

The San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Angels and Oakland A’s will start the season at home on April 1.

California divides its counties into four color codes, based on the COVID-19 situation.

The limit on the number of spectators depends on these classifications.

« We are delighted and thank the Governor (Gavin Newsom) and his team for their collaborative efforts, » Padres CEO Erik Greupner said in a statement.

“We are carefully preparing to make Petco Park one of the safest places in San Diego. « 

The Padres plan to inform their season ticket holders about details regarding the return of fans to the stadium soon.

The Los Angeles Dodgers plan to announce protocols regarding the return of fans within days.

The club also hopes to be able to increase the reception capacity over the season.


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