With the delay in starting the 2020 Major League Baseball season, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred has told the teams that they may set their own plans for ticket refunds for games that have been missed due to the Covid-19 virus.
The 2020 major league baseball season was put on hold in the middle of spring training on March 12 due to the virus with no word as to when the season would resume. MLB says that they are exploring all options for a return to play once the health scare has ended.
The St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox, the San Diego Padres, and the San Francisco Giants have all announced ticket refund policies.
The Minnesota Twins have announced that they will credit season ticket holders for the lost games and they are giving an additional credit of 15% to be used for future purchases in the 2020 and 2021 seasons.
The Cleveland Indians have announced fans with tickets to Indians home games can receive a 10% bonus credit for future 2020 games on their March and April tickets.
Prior to the announcement of refunds, two fans had filed a suit to obtain a refund and had requested that the suit be given Class action status.