Stadium in Los Angeles, United States
|COVID-19 information: COVID-19 has impacted baseball at all levels. In short, fan attendance at games depends on local health regulations and schedules can change on short notice.
If local health regulations do allow attendance at games, attendance will be limited. Do not attend a game if you have any COVID-19 symptoms, or have been in close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Stadiums may issue tickets in pods which will allow for social distancing, and will require face masks to be worn unless you are eating or drinking. There may be other changes to the in-stadium experience, including modified food service and mobile ticketing. For more information, contact the stadium where you plan to attend.
|(Information last updated 18 Nov 2020)|
Baseball has been considered America's pastime for over a century and today remains one of the biggest sports in the country. Baseball is played at a number of amateur levels, from Little League to High School to College, and professional leagues range from the lowest Minor Leagues to Major League Baseball. In almost any place in America, there will be a baseball game going on during the spring and summer months, and watching it is a fantastic way to meet the locals and experience American sports culture.
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