Whitecaps & Tigers Go To Full Capacity
Baseball is back to full capacity seating for the West Michigan Whitecaps and the Detroit Tigers.
Since the COVID-19 restrictions have been loosened for outdoor gatherings, WOOD reports that, as of Tuesday, both the West Michigan Whitecaps and the Detroit Tigers are now allowing their stadiums to run at full capacity.
There is still nothing like a good old baseball game with the Whitecaps and LMCU Ballpark. It is still the most affordable thing to do with the family in West Michigan. There are still lots of tickets available to games for the rest of the season. Click here and order now.
Outdoor capacity restrictions were lifted in Michigan on June 1st. Coming up on July 1st the restrictions will be lifted on indoor venues as well.
The Whitecaps will take on the Lansing Lugnuts today through the rest of the week and finish up on Sunday. The Tigers will be the host for the Seattle Mariners tonight through Thursday, then will host the White Sox for the weekend.
If you are wondering if you still need to wear a mask at LMCU Ballpark or Comerica Park, you only have to wear a mask if you have not been vaccinated.
There is lots of stuff going on this week at LMCU Ballpark. Tuesday will be a Peanut Free Night, so if you are allergic to peanuts you can enjoy a game with no fear. It's gonna be bobblehead Wednesday, Thursday is Dog Day, Friday is Harry Potter night, Saturday has fireworks and Sunday is Family Day.
There are lots of reasons to get and see the Whitecaps this week so enjoy.