There seems to be a lot of momentum for the MLB season to get underway in early July with a schedule of around 80 games. Of course, we still don’t know all of the details, including where the games will be played. One recent proposal was for games to be played in MLB parks right from the start, even if there are no fans right away. This is an idea that’s been around – to play in empty stadiums. Of course what’s frequently left unasked is if fans will go to the games even if they’re allowed to attend.
We have a fractured society, with many believing that we should return to normalcy ASAP, with others feeling that we need to take things much slower, to avoid unnecessary fatalities. Of course there’s a difference in wanting to go to your local bar with 75 people compared to going to a stadium with 30,000 people in attendance. Maybe people who want to socialize in a medium-sized setting wouldn’t feel comfortable in a huge gathering. Are you missing baseball enough to go to a game with thousands of your closest friends?
Will you see an MLB game this year
- No (80%, 20 Votes)
- Only if they play in a minor league park near me (12%, 3 Votes)
- Yes (8%, 2 Votes)
Total Voters: 25