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Cubs Announce Increased Capacity Starting at the End of May

The Chicago Cubs will open Wrigley Field to 60% capacity on May 28 as the city of Chicago begins re-opening following the COVID-19 related restrictions.
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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - JULY 03: In an aerial view from a drone, Wrigley Field is seen prior to summer workouts on July 03, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images)

The Chicago Cubs have released some exciting news. The team will now be able to host 60% capacity at Wrigley Field for Cubs home games beginning on May 28.

Tickets for the May 28-June 2 home stand go on sale Tuesday, May 18. At that time, fans will have many more seats to choose from as Wrigley Field inches closer to 100% capacity.

The team is still using the pre-sale lottery for buying tickets. Be sure to learn more at the links provided in the Cubs' official tweet.

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