These measures have been implemented to create a safe and enjoyable experience for fans visiting BayCare Ballpark during the 2021 Spring Training season.
Tickets in the seating bowl will be sold in pods of 2, 3 or 4. Pods will be spaced to accomplish social distancing. Berm (grass outfield) tickets will only be sold as pods of 4 tickets and each pod will be assigned a specific “circle” in the Berm.
Fans will not be permitted within a 12’ buffer zone around the dugouts. Fans will be permitted to utilize the concourse behind the bullpen to access the Berm. However, they will not be permitted to gather in the bullpen area.
All attendees age two years and older will be required to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth at all times on the ballpark property other than when actively eating or drinking at their ticketed seats.
Only medical and diaper bags that accompany infants and young children will be permitted in the facility. Wristlets will be permitted but purses will not be. Specific lanes will be designated at each entrance for inspection of these bags.
Social distance guidelines (6’) will be enforced at all ballpark entrances. Additionally, contactless ticket scanners will be set up at each entrance for ticket holders to scan their own tickets (digital, mobile, and paper).
Also, all Concession and Merchandise points of sale will require 6’ social distancing.
Ticket holders will be able to view batting practice from their designated seat area only. Fans will not be permitted to gather in sections in which they do not have tickets. All other buffer zone areas will also be enforced during batting practice.
Contactless credit card parking options will be available in Phillies operated parking lots.