Rays, Dodgers grateful to have fans at neutral-site Series
Added 10-27-20 04:03:02am EST - “Individual whistles echo during quieter moments, and a single fan with enough persistence can leave an impression with a chant during World Series games with the smallest crowds in more than 100 years.” - Washingtontimes.com
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ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Individual whistles echo during quieter moments, and a single fan with enough persistence can leave an impression with a chant during World Series games with the smallest crowds in more than 100 years.
Because of the coronavirus, this year’s Fall Classic is being held at a neutral site. A team from each coast is playing in Texas, drawing fans from Los Angeles and Tampa, Florida - along with curious Rangers supporters seeing the home squad’s new retractable-roof stadium for the first time.
The roughly 11,000 mask-wearing fans each night - well, they’re supposed to be wearing face coverings - are roughly 11,000 more than players saw in the stands during the regular season and all of the American League playoffs. So 40,518-seat Globe Life Field might as well be full as far as the Tampa Bay Rays are concerned.
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