The Fans can finally see their teams in action again during Spring Training prep games MLB 2021 after months of absence from the stands due to the coronavirus pandemic. At this news, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Cody Bellinger said he was ‘excited’ to have fans again in stadiums that support the team in matches.
A few weeks ago, Major League Baseball (MLB) announced that it will allow fans access to Spring Training games of teams with the proper health measures against the coronavirus.
The news was received, for the most part, as positive both by the fans themselves and by the organizations and their players, who were away from their people in 2020.
Cody Bellinger told USA Today journalist Bob Nightengale that “having the fans back will be the best thing” about Spring Training and that “he’s very excited about it” because “they impact the game a lot and make it a lot of fun.
Bellinger and the Dodgers had a little contact with fans during the National League Championship Series and the World Series, in Arlington, Texas; Well, in those events access was allowed to a certain number of fans.
The Los Angeles Dodgers will play their exhibition games at Camelback Ranch, Arizona. As in these meetings, the organization hopes to have assistants at Dodger Stadium during the MLB Opening Day 2021.