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(Los Angeles, CA) — If the world champion Dodgers can somehow have fans in attendance on opening day, it’s going to cost people World Series-level prices to get in. Resellers are offering opening day tickets ranging between about 15-hundred-dollars and nine-thousand-dollars per person on sites like Stubhub and Vivid Seats. One person is offering bleacher seats for more than 86-hundred-dollars apiece. As it stands, the Dodgers can’t have fans in attendance for their April 9th home opener, but team president Stan Kasten says the organization is in talks with public health officials about allowing limited capacity attendance. The team itself is not selling single-game tickets yet.
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