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Batter Up! Baseball Is Back

Fenway Park (c) Meryl Pearlstein It’s an unusual baseball season already. Showing proof of vaccination or testing, sitting apart from your neighbors, and not dancing to "YMCA" or "Sweet Caroline" is a very weird start. But, let’s cheer for the Red Sox, the Bronx Bombers, the Dodgers and others and say good riddance to cutout fans. It’s time to play baseball. Increasing numbers of vaccinated sports fans and a bit of hindsight about how the virus spreads have helped us get to where we are with limited capacity seating. And within a few months, we should be in a much better position. Here’s what you need to know if you plan to go the stadiums. New Protocols for Going to the Game Going to a baseball game will be like traveling to another state or even another country. You must be fully vaccinated or have a COVID test with a negative result no less than three days prior to the first pitch. You’ll need to show your proof of either if you plan to enter the stadiu

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