MLB Will Allow Fans at NLCS and World Series Games in Arlington, Texas

Fans back at the stadium? Major League Baseball has announced that they are making tickets available for fans to attend NLCS & World Series:

Major League Baseball will allow a limited number of fans to attend the National League Championship Series presented by Camping World and World Series at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, In conjunction with the Texas Rangers, MLB will make approximately 11,500 tickets available for each game with 10,550 fans spread throughout the ballpark and 950 in suites.

All games in the NLCS and World Series will be played in Arlington, Texas.

Barring the unforeseen, the American League will almost certainly not have fans at their Division Round and ALCS sites because of its San Diego location, and thus stricter COVID-19 regulations in the state of California.

The Dodgers roll into the playoffs with a league-best 43-17 record and are the heavy favorites to reach the World Series, especially with the recent injuries to San Diego Padres pitchers Mike Clevinger, and Dinelson Lamet, who could miss the rest of the postseason. If the Dodgers advance past the Brewers in the Wild Card Round, they will play the winner of the Cardinals/Padres series.

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The American League Divison