After a season of professional baseball with no fans in the stands, Major League Baseball will begin the 2021 season with fans in the stands.

While it has been advertised that the Texas Rangers will allow full capacity, most of the ball parks will be allowing only a percentage of capacity when the season opens on April 3.  And this time the players will be playing a full 162 game season.

Many fans are anxious to see their favourite players on the field once again, but there are also fans who are not quite ready to join the crowds to watch the games live.

Along with the normal restrictions for bags; stadiums are requiring proper face coverings with many also requiring proof of a negative Covid test or a vaccine.

Below is a list of the capacity requirements at each of the MLB stadiums:
Atlanta Braves – 30%
Arizona Cardinals – 25%
Baltimore Orioles – 25%
Boston Red Sox – 12%
Chicago Cubs – 25%
Chicago White Sox – 22%
Cincinnati Reds – 30%
Cleveland Indians – 30%
Colorado Rockies – 42.6%
Detroit Tigers – 20%
Houston Astros – 50%
Kansas City Royals – 30%
Los Angeles Angels – 20%
Los Angeles Dodgers – 20%
Miami Marlins – 25%
Milwaukee Brewers – 25%
Minnesota Twins – 26%
New York Mets – 20%
New York Yankees – 20%
Oakland Athletics – 20% – CA residents only
Philadelphia Phillies –  20%
Pittsburgh Pirates – 20%
San Diego Padres – 20%
San Francisco Giants – 20%
Seattle Mariners – 20%
St. Louis Cardinals – 32%
Tampa Bay Rays – 20%
Texas Rangers – 100%
Toronto Blue Jays – TD Bank Park (spring training facility) – 15%
Washington Nationals – 12.1%