Brewers to allow fans at spring training games in Phoenix
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Milwaukee Brewers announced Friday, Feb. 12, that fans will be allowed to attend their spring training games in Arizona.
Attendance will be limited with just 2,300 allowed at American Family Fields of Phoenix. The ballpark holds about 10,000. There are also restrictions on what you can bring into the park.
This will be the first time in almost a year that fans can watch the Brewers play in person.
We're still waiting for word on when the turnstiles will spin again in Milwaukee.
The first preseason home game for the Brew Crew is March 2.
Tickets for all home spring training games will go on sale Thursday, Feb. 18, HERE.
“We have worked closely with the City of Phoenix, Major League Baseball and health experts to safely welcome fans back into the stands at American Family Fields of Phoenix,” said Rick Schlesinger, Brewers President – Business Operations. “This is an exciting development for all of us, and we will be limiting capacity to 2,300 fans per game to allow for proper social distancing. We know that fans are looking forward to the return of the ballpark experience, and we know that our players look forward to the energy fans bring to the environment.”
Tickets are priced dynamically for all seating levels and vary by game. Seating is available in five areas with prices starting at: Diamond Box ($32), Field Box ($28), Infield Reserved ($28), Outfield Reserved ($20) and Lawn Seating ($12). All tickets will be sold in pods of two to four seats. All fans, ages two and older, must wear a facial covering over nose and mouth at all times – except while actively eating and drinking in their designated pods – and practice social distancing.