For the first time in 557 days, Brewers fans are back in person
MILWAUKEE, Wis. – For the first time in 557 days, baseball fans in Milwaukee had a chance to watch the Brewers play in person.
The opening day crowd of 10,000 and change was met with a number of restrictions and differences at the newly named American Family Field, including some of the following:
- No tailgating is going to be allowed in the parking lot to start the year as part of the team’s coronavirus safety protocols.
- Cash will not be accepted anywhere in the park.
- Masks will be required at all times inside the stadium except when actively eating or drinking.
- Food and drinks can only be consumed while inside your seating pod.
- No bags or purses are allowed. The only bags allowed are wristlets or clutches that are 9″ x 5″ x 2″ or smaller, ADA/medical bags and diaper bags.
It’s #Brewers #OpeningDay , and while a lot looks different at @AmFamField this year (including the name), #ThisIsMyCrew fans couldn’t be happier to be back. #News3Now @WISCTV_News3 pic.twitter.com/XN62vqM8rA
— Adam Duxter (@News3Adam) April 1, 2021
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