Massachusetts Will Double Its Attendance Allowance Starting May 10

Boston will soon be increasing stadium attendance, according to Governor Charlie Baker. The new guidelines for the state say the plan is to jump from the current 12 percent capacity limit to 25 percent by May 10.

This move will only increase fan excitement more and bring society closer to the normalcy we already deserve — barring any absurd vaccination requirements, of course.

Here at OutKick, we can essentially guarantee that that Boston-Oakland series will be filled to exactly 25 percent. So doesn’t that tell us something? That maybe the people aren’t as afraid of COVID as our leaders expect us to be?

I mean, look around you. How often are businesses in other states opening to full or limited capacity and not filling up to exactly the allowance? If Boston was allowing a full Fenway Park on May 10, it would be full. Jam Packed.

It’s refreshing to see Massachusetts copying free states like Florida, Texas, and Arizona. Science is finally winning the day, and all it took were a couple bold governors elsewhere to prove regulations do nothing to prevent COVID. Have a great time at the ballgame, Boston.

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. I haven’t been to a game at Fenway for years. I detest the owners and hardly know any players. In fact, I root against my home town team. I don’t think I’d go to a game even if I was offered $1,000.

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