Professional baseball Seibu has announced that it will not allow spectators to enter the camp of Group B, which will be held in Kochi City from the 6th of next month.
With this, all camps of the 1st and 2nd armies of the 12 teams will be held without spectators for the time being.
Seibu was planning to open a part of the stadium to fans at the camp of Group B, which will be held in Kochi City from the 6th of next month, but for the time being, the audience will be open due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection. I announced that I can not enter.
Seibu says it will reconsider including spectators when the situation improves.
Hanshin, which holds a farm team camp in Aki City in Kochi Prefecture, has already announced no spectators.
Spring camps for professional baseball will begin on the 1st of next month, mainly in Okinawa and Miyazaki prefectures, but with this, all of the 1st and 2nd armies of the 12 teams will not be able to enter the audience for the time being.