Cincinnati Reds Pushing For Fans In 2020

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The Cincinnati Reds filed an official plan of return to Major League Baseball, the city of Cincinnati, and Hamilton County. If approved, the Reds could bring a limited capacity of fans to Great American Ball park as early as September.

Sports fans use live events as a shot of scotch to forget about the real world problems at home. Heading to a ballgame gets people out the house and clears the mind. Pleading for access to games doesn’t make a person anti-science…it makes them pro-freedom.

Don’t want to risk your health at a ball game? Don’t go. The freedom to choose how we protect our health is what makes the United States the best country on earth. Using handpicked articles of science to prevent fans from heading to the ballpark feels like infringed rights.

Who’s to say it’s worth giving up our mental health draped up in the basement like Batman to avoid a virus?

Disallowing fans to take a risk at a Reds game shouldn’t be taken lightly. It’s an obsession with science from people who wish to see America’s mental health in the drain.

This article provides an example shockingly easy to find across all social media from different sports media members. Do they not care to see the sport flourish?

Would rather have their political leanings proven right, than allowing people to be happy at a Reds game.

The Reds being denied fans by September will have nothing to do with public safety and everything to do with an attack on American values. The fight goes on…

Written by Gary Sheffield, Jr

Gary Sheffield Jr is the son of should-be MLB Hall of Famer, Gary Sheffield. He covers basketball and baseball for, chats with the Purple and Gold faithful on LakersNation, and shitposts on Twitter. You can follow him at GarySheffieldJr


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  1. Hey Gary,
    You’re absolutely right…and if you don’t want SRO, how about 25%, or 50% (20,000).
    You could spread them out and ask for masks when heading to the concessions.
    It’ll never be safe if we don’t try it, like you say. Cheers!

  2. Its one thing for the NBA, which are closed arenas. Baseball parks, with rare exception, are all outdoor facilities, where viral particles disperse very quickly and the sun provides UV light that will kill off particles. Just stagger entrances and make masks necessary while using the bathrooms and getting refreshments.

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