The day is here, and the NLCS between Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers just got a fresh look. Yes, it had attendance from fans for the first time since the pandemic, and actually, since the season started.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred announced a few days ago that over 10,000 tickets would be sold for fans for the NLCS and for the World Series, which would be a nice change of pace, giving that this will be the first time that the MLB games will hold attendance.
— David Vassegh (@THEREAL_DV) October 12, 2020
The NLCS between the Dodgers and Braves was the first game with attendance from MLB fans, and if all goes well, the World Series will have fans as well.