If We Can Choose to Fly, We Should Be Able to Choose to Attend MLB Games


If We Can Choose to Fly, We Should Be Able to Choose to Attend MLB Games

The MLB season is just around the corner, and Clay Travis is excited for baseball action. The NFL was able to complete their full season this fall, a very impressive accomplishment no doubt, and Clay is very hopeful baseball will be able to do the same.

Clay believes that there should be fans at every MLB park this year. The NFL and college football were able to have fans at some capacity, and Clay believes that baseball stadiums being half full of fans seems totally reasonable.

Clay makes you think this morning by comparing going to a baseball game outdoors and flying in an airplane. Clay brings in Dub, who just went back home to visit his family for a few days in Texas. Dub's flight to Texas was completely full, and now, most flights are full, or close to full. Doesn't it seem like attending a baseball game outdoors would be much safer from a COVID perspective than flying next to strangers in a closed aircraft for multiple hours?

Fans can be back in the stands, and recent studies involving fans attending games and COVID transmissions strongly agree with this.

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