(KUTV) - The Salt Lake Bees have announced that home games at Smith’s Ballpark will be played with a limited number of fans to begin the 2021 season. Single game tickets for games at Smith’s Ballpark from May 6-June 1 will go on sale Thursday, April 8 at 10 a.m. online at www.slbees.com or by phone and text at 801-325-BEES (2337).
The Bees will begin the season with 12 straight games at home as they host the Reno Aces (May 6-11) and Tacoma Rainiers (May 13-18). The team will return to Smith’s Ballpark to finish the month with a Memorial Day Weekend series against the Round Rock Express (May 27-June 1).
In accordance with guidelines set by Major League Baseball and local health and government officials, the Bees will play home games with a reduced capacity of approximately 3,200 fans and will have enhanced health and safety measures to begin the season. Tickets will be sold in mask-mandated socially distanced groups of two, four or six seats. Suite capacity and general admission berm seating will also be limited to start the season. Guidelines will be evaluated and updated throughout the season.
The Bees and Smith’s Ballpark have partnered with Alsco to deliver essential products to safeguard public health, including hand sanitizer dispensers, masks, gloves and hospital-grade cleaning solutions to ensure the safest possible experience for players, fans and staff.
The voice of the Salt Lake Bees since 1994, Steve Klauke joined Adam Mikulich on Talkin’ Sports for an annual tradition- Talkin’ Baseball! In part two of their interview Steve puts his knowledge to the test on divisional races in major league baseball in 2021.