Texas Rangers to Allow Full Capacity For 2021 MLB Opening Day, First American Team to Allow Full Capacity Since COVID-19

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Opening day is April 5

The Texas Rangers on Wednesday announced their plans for allowing fans into Globe Life Field for the 2021 season. (MLB.com image)

ARLINGTON, TEXAS (MLB.com) – The Texas Rangers on Wednesday announced their plans for allowing fans into Globe Life Field for the 2021 season.

For their home opener against the Toronto Blue Jays on April 5 — as well as two exhibitions at the end of Spring Training against Milwaukee on March 29-30 — Globe Life Field will be open for up to 100 percent capacity. These will be the first games the Rangers will play at their new home park with fans in attendance.

After the home opener, the stadium will be open at a slightly reduced capacity, making certain sections of Globe Life Field available for “distanced seating” where more space will be allowed between occupied seats in those sections through the months of April and May.

Rangers EVP and chief revenue and marketing officer Joe Januszewski said “several hundred seats and several sections” have been allocated to be sold in pods of two or four for those who do not feel comfortable in full capacity sections.

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