MLB To Allow Limited Amount Of Fans At NLCS, World Series Games In 2020

We're interested to see how much these tickets go for

by Alexandra Francisco

Sep 30, 2020

It’s been a strange year, but at least a World Series champion will not be crowned in an empty ballpark.

Major League Baseball on Wednesday announced it will make tickets available for a limited amount of fans to attend certain playoff games.

First at the National League Championship Series and then again at the World Series at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Tx.

A limited number of spectators can purchase tickets, with approximately 11,500 available per game. That number will be split between 10,550 fans throughout the stadium and 950 in suites.

Tickets go on sale Tuesday, Oct. 6 at noon ET, so set your alarm and have your credit card ready.

We’re interested to see how much these sell for.

Thumbnail photo via Stan Szeto/USA TODAY Sports Images
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