The game is one of the first full-capacity sports events since the coronavirus closed all sports events a year ago.
There were 38,238 paying spectators for Monday’s game, and Rangers spokesman John Blake described it as sold out. Black said the total capacity of the stadium is 40,518.
The Rangers are the only Major League Baseball team that can accommodate full seats on the court, thanks in part to the removal of the mask by Texas Governor Greg Abbott last month Restrict and allow enterprises to open up with 100% capacity.
The Rangers website states that all fans must wear masks during the game, “unless they actively eat or drink at the ticket office.”
Globe Life Field opened last year, but all home games of the Rangers are played without fans.
Despite warnings from health officials, U.S. states are beginning to relax restrictions on Monday. This is Monday’s game.
President Joe Biden said in a recent interview with ESPN that the decision to host the entire stadium was “wrong.”
Biden said: “Well, this is a decision they made. I think it was a mistake.” “They should listen to Dr. (Anthony) Fauci, a scientist and an expert. But I think it’s irresponsible.”
Republican Abbott refused to hold the first game of the ceremony in the game. He cited the decision of Major League Baseball (MLB) in response to Georgia’s restricted voting law to move the organization’s All-Star game and draft in Atlanta.
The governor also stated that he will no longer participate in any events held by Major League Baseball, and Texas will not seek to host the All-Star Game or any other Major League Baseball special events.