Comerica Park is expected to return to full capacity today, WDIV reported.

The Detroit Tigers is getting back to normal and helping motivate baseball fans to come back to the stadium to enjoy the beloved sport, fresh air and hot dogs — if they are vaccinated.

The Tigers will be playing against the Seattle Mariners, according to the article. The return is expected to be a sweet one because in April and May, just 8,000 attendees were allowed inside. With outdoor capacity restrictions lifted a week ago on Tuesday, June 1, the sports arena’s 41,000 full capacity will be opened up to those ready to watch the team play ball.

A pop-up vaccination clinic will also be up and running nearby at the Fox Theatre, which will be available until Sunday, June 13 according to the article. Fans who will receive the COVID-19 vaccine will receive two tickets to the Tigers game that day or to a future game at Comerica Park, according to the article.

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