The Rocket City Trash Pandas announced Friday that fans no longer are required to wear face coverings at Toyota Field.
The rule had been in effect because Major League Baseball required face coverings at all Minor League Baseball facilities.
On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said people who have been fully vaccinated against coronavirus can resume almost all activities without wearing a mask.
The Trash Pandas play at Toyota Field at 6:35 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2:35 p.m. Sunday to end their series against the Tennessee Smokies.
WAAY-31, the Official Home of the Rocket City Trash Pandas, will broadcast all the team’s home games live from Toyota Field on WAAY-31’s newest channel, This TV.
The network is available now over the air on channel 31.6, on WOW! cable channel 155 on Legacy, channel 46 on WOW’s TV+, and on more systems to be announced in the future. Be sure to check your local cable listings, and if you don’t see This TV ask your provider to add it.
Using an antenna and having trouble finding 31.6?
Give it a rescan or use the autotune on your television’s main menu and that should set you up!
Effective immediately, Major League Baseball will no longer require fans to wear face coverings at Minor League Baseball venues.
Starting tonight, masks are not required when visiting Toyota Field. We thank our fans for their patience and understanding! pic.twitter.com/eRNnK5Vrmo
— Rocket City Trash Pandas (@trashpandas) May 14, 2021