Delmarva Shorebirds changing their seating plans after Hogan’s announcement

DELMARVA- With the recent change in restrictions that Governor Larry Hogan put in place last week, the Shore Birds stadium is making some adjustments to seating.

Now, that the ball park is able to run at full capacity with no social distancing required they are rearranging their seating plans.

We’re told this change will mostly impact season ticket holders who had to be displaced from their original seating, but can now go back to those seats.

Anyone who bought individual tickets for the month of May, we’re told nothing has changed for them, and if there was an issue the ballpark contacted fans.

Even though there will be changes to seating, the General Manager said they will continue to ensure the safety of everyone.

“While the restrictions loosened, COVID still does exist and still could effect us and our operation and what we’re doing, so we cant fully let our guard down yet, but we are able to relax some of the protocols based on the executive orders and we are thrilled to do so,” Chris Bitters, the GM for the Delmarva Shorebirds, said.

We are told no masks are required.

And they said they hopefully will have their seating system live by tomorrow, so those who wish to purchase individual tickets can do so.

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