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With baseball season approaching, teams around the league are scrambling to figure out if and how they’ll be able to let fans in to watch the games. The Tampa Bay Rays will allow fans in at Tropicana Field, but at a reduced capacity. (Insert Rays attendance joke here, I know you want to.)

The Rays are modifying their season ticket plan, calling it a season membership according to the Tampa Bay Business Journal. There are 6 levels starting at $500. With it, you don’t buy a particular seat. Instead you get a section to choose seats from. The cheapest plan will get you a seat in the outfield. Higher priced packages let you choose from anywhere at The Trop plus parking is included.

Fans will get an email soon about how to buy one of these packages. The Rays season begins April 9 when the Rays host the Yankees.

The Toronto Blue Jays announced this morning that their season will begin in Dunedin. The first two homestands will be here in Florida as the pandemic is keeping the games out of Canada. [Source: TBBJ]

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