While The Dodgers winning the World Series was INCREDIBLE this year, it was also sooo sad that we weren't able to be there in person for the big win.
While some fans were able to be in person if they traveled to Texas to watch the World Series, it just isn't the same when the games aren't being played in the teams' home stadiums.
THIS YEAR, however, might be different!
Governor Gavin Newsom says he is working "very closely" with Major League Baseball to make it possible for fans to be in California baseball stadiums this year for the MLB season. Of course, the goal is to keep everyone safe as the coronavirus pandemic is still ongoing.
According to KTLA, Newsom said during a new conference: “We are stabilizing, we’re moving into the red tier. When you think forward to April, Opening Day, where we’re likely to be if we all do our job, if we don’t let down our guard … then I have all the confidence in the world that fans will be back, safely, in a lot of those outdoor venues."
No specific modifications have been laid out as to how it would work to have fans in the stadium, but if we keep moving forward with vaccinations and can enforce social distancing and masks in the stadium, I definitely think this is possible... and likely!
I would give ALMOST ANYTHING to be able to go to a Dodger game right now! The twins haven't been to a game since the World Series game that went on for hours and hours two years ago... I want them to see a more normal game sometime soon.
Of course, by opening day I will be pretty far along in my pregnancy so who knows if we will make it to a game this coming season, but I have hope for other Dodgers fans. And hope is a VERY exciting thing these days!
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