Which MLB parks are hosting fans in 2021 guide

NBC Sports Washington Staff
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As MLB Opening Day on April 1 approaches, fans will be returning to ballparks across the country, and that isn't an April Fools joke.

After the 2020 MLB season featured only a 60-game slate and no fans in attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic, this campaign will feature a slight return to normalcy as vaccinations become widely available.

Yet, with each team working with its state and county to follow all health and safety protocols, not every ballpark will look the same. Here's a list of how many fans will be in ballparks this spring and where.

Note: Numbers subject to change throughout the season. 

Arizona Diamondbacks - Chase Field

Atlanta Braves - Truist Park 

Baltimore Orioles - Orioles Park at Camden Yards

Boston Red Sox - Fenway Park

Chicago Cubs - Wrigley Field

Chicago White Sox - Guaranteed Rate Field

Cincinnati Reds - Great American Ballpark

Cleveland Indians - Progressive Field

Colorado Rockies - Coors Field

Detroit Tigers - Comerica Park

Houston Astros - Minute Maid Park

Kansas City Royals - Kauffman Stadium

Los Angeles Angels - Angels Stadium of Anaheim

Los Angeles Dodgers - Dodgers Stadium

Miami Marlins - Marlins Park

Milwaukee Brewers - American Family Field

Minnesota Twins - Target Field

New York Mets - Citi Field

New York Yankees - Yankee Stadium

Oakland Athletics - Oakland Coliseum

Philadelphia Phillies - Citizens Bank Park

Pittsburgh Pirates - PNC Park

San Diego Padres - Petco Park

San Francisco Giants - Oracle Park

Seattle Mariners - T-Mobile

St. Louis Cardinals - Busch Stadium

Tampa Bay Rays - Tropicana Field

Texas Rangers - Globe Life Field

Toronto Blue Jays - TD Ballpark (Dunedin, Florida)

Washington Nationals