The Dodgers Are Selling Seats with Cutouts of Fans Faces for 2020 Season

If Larry King doesn't buy one for his seat behind home plate - I'm going to be very upset

These go on sale tomorrow

Here's what's happening

From the LA TImes

The team is charging either $149 or $299 for the season, depending on location, with proceeds going to theLos Angeles Dodgers Foundation. The $149 cutouts will be displayed on the field and loge levels, with the $299 cutouts in the seats most likely to be seen on television: the dugout club behind home plate and the new “home run” seats immediately behind the outfield wall.

TheDodgers will not allow fans to display loyalty toward another team: “Cutouts cannot be used to cheer on an opposing team.”

But neither will they permit you to virtually heckle the Houston Astros, with “offensive or negative references to any MLB team” strictly forbidden.

The Dodgers said the cutouts will be made of a weatherproof material, with fans allowed to take theirs home after the season. In the event the team is allowed to sell tickets later in the season, the Dodgers said they would “reserve the right to relocate or remove fan cutouts,” with no refunds or credits to buyers of the cutouts.

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