The Milwaukee Brewers practice site at Fox Cities Stadium to allow fans
BIG DROP – A limited number of fans will be allowed to attend practices and scrimmages at the Milwaukee Brewers alternate training site at Fox Cities Stadium.
Major League Baseball has approved plans submitted by the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers and Brewers player development staff to allow fans in when the practice site is open April 12-30.
The alternate training site will be used by the Brewers to keep players close to Milwaukee in case they are needed in the first month of the season and to allow Nashville Sounds, Milwaukee’s Class AAA affiliate, to continue training. preparations for their season.
Players scheduled to attend the camp include Jordan Zimmermann, Tyrone Taylor, Corey Ray, Eric Lauer, Ray Black, Mario Feliciano and Quintin Torres-Costa. The complete list of participants will be available when the camp opens.
Plans call for attendance to be limited to 25% of capacity, a 12ft buffer zone around all dugouts and socially distanced seating with at least 6ft between fans from different households. All fans 2 years of age or older must wear face coverings on ballpark property, except when eating or drinking at their ticketed seat.
A pass for all sessions at an alternate site is available for $50. The pass provides one ticket for each day the Brewers alternate practice squad takes to the field for practice or scrimmage. A $10 food and beverage credit is included with the all-session pass.
The alternate training site schedule which includes field activities, times and day ticket availability will be announced prior to camp opening and updated daily via the Timber Rattlers website and accounts. of social media.
Concession stands will be open during events at alternate training sites.
The Timber Rattlers are set to start the 2021 season at home against the Beloit Snappers on May 4.