Tampa Bay Rays to allow limited fans at Tropicana for 2021 season

The inside of Tropicana Field, home of the baseball team the Tampa Bay Rays. Lit with orange ceiling and green grass after a game
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The Tampa Bay Rays first home game is set for April 9 against the New York Yankees, and a limited number of fans will be allowed in attendance.

The team will allow up to 7,000 fans per game. The fans will sit in small pods, distanced from other attendees. Masks will be required for all in attendance.

Last season the Tampa Bay Rays made a run all the way to the World Series, but fell to the Dodgers. This year, the team added beloved Rays star Chris Archer.

Single game tickets are expected to go on sale closer to opening day. A limited umber of fans have been able to watch the Rays during Spring Training.

This follows news that the Lightning will allow fans back in, and the Raptors, who are playing the NBA season at Amalie Arena, will also allow fans into games.

WrestleMania, set for Raymond James Stadium, is also allow a limited number of fans to attend and tickets go on sale next week.

Do you plan to see the Rays play in-person this year?

Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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