The Miami Marlins have announced that they will allow fans at their home games with capacity only allowed at 25%. That means around 9,300 fans will be allowed at Marlins Park for home games. Marlins CEO, Derek Jeter, said “We look forward to having the opportunity to have fans come back to our ballpark. There will be a limited number of fans that are allowed at the onset. We hope those numbers increase throughout the course of the season, but the most important thing for us is to make sure everyone is healthy and safe.”
The Tampa Bay Rays have not announced if fans will be in attendance at Tropicana Field when regular season game begin in April. Attendance at Rays spring training will be limited to 1,000-1,500, in socially distanced seating pods for home games at the Charlotte Sports Park in Port Charlotte.
The Miami Marlins plan to allow fans at home games, although crowds will initially be limited to about 25% of capacity. That would mean a maximum of about 9,300 spectators in the 37,446-seat ballpark.— AP Sports (@AP_Sports) February 15, 2021