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Fans should hope that they can attend games
While Opening Day is slated to begin on April 1, that could change depending on the state of COVID-19 in the United States and Canada. If players and other personnel can’t get vaccines, fans may not be allowed in stadiums to begin the season or at all. The worst-case scenario would be that the season would be canceled but considering that they got a truncated slate accomplished in 2020, the chance that happens is infinitesimally small.
Regardless of the state of the Rockies on the field or in the front office, fans will want to be back at Coors Field and other MLB, MiLB, and independent baseball stadiums in 2021. At this point, I think that it will happen sometime in 2021.
Perhaps not at the beginning of the season but at some point, fans will likely be able to attend games. Everybody is hoping and waiting for the day that we will be able to resume activities, like going to Rockies games, with no restrictions.
Regardless of when that will come, just know that each day means that we are one day closer to achieving that and you can be thankful that wish, someday, will become a reality.