Hartford Yard Goats

Individual Hartford Yard Goats Game Tickets for May Going on Sale April 26

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Individual tickets for Hartford Yard Goats home games during the month of May will go on sale on April 26 at 10 a.m., the team announced Monday.

The tickets will be available for purchase on the Yard Goats website and over the phone at 860-246-4628.

Because of social distancing protocols, fans will only be able to purchase tickets in pods of two to six seats.

“We are ecstatic to finally be able to welcome our fans back to watch the Yard Goats play at Dunkin’ Donuts Park,” Yard Goats President Tim Restall said. “Our wonderful and passionate fans, the best in baseball, will once again have the opportunity to experience America’s National Pastime in one of the greatest minor league ballparks in the country.”

All tickets will be delivered digitally and there will be no in-person sales at this time.

The team said it is following current CDC guidelines and working with the State of Connecticut, Hartford officials, and Major League Baseball to provide a safe environment for fans in the stands.

Current Connecticut guidelines allow 50% capacity at outdoor venues, up to 10,000 people. Dunkin' Donuts Park has a capacity of just over 6,000. It is not clear if those are the capacity limits that will be followed during the season.

Some of the guidelines include pod seating and mask-wearing by all fans age 2 and older while in the park. Fans will be able to temporarily remove their masks to eat or drink while sitting in their ticketed seat.

The team plans to announce its promotional schedule in the coming weeks. However, the team did announce two new seating areas, including the Travelers patio for groups of four behind the batter's eye, and the Tine Dale Party Porch for private tables of four on the second level near the right field foul pole.

Tickets for future games will also be offered at a later date, but the team previously said it planned to offer tickets for sale a month at a time.

The Yard Goats will face the Portland Sea Dogs May 11 at 7:05 p.m.

Fans attending games at Dunkin' Donuts Parks this season will be required to adhere to the following health and safety guidelines:


All guests two (2) years of age or older and staff members must wear facial coverings that cover both nose and mouth while at Dunkin’ Donuts Park. Guests may temporarily remove facial coverings while actively consuming food or beverage while in their ticketed seat.


All advance tickets will be delivered digitally. Physical printing at the box office windows will only be enabled for gameday purchases from one hour before gates open through the end of the game. Guests are to maintain possession of ticket or mobile phone at all times. Staff members will verify/scan without contact.


The Yard Goats will follow social distance guidelines by establishing seating pods in the main seating sections. Fans will be able to purchase between 2 and 6 seats with the appropriate distance set between each seating pod.


All guests are encouraged to self-screen for COVID symptoms prior to the game and stay home if they feel sick. Guests are encouraged to avoid peak entry times by arriving early. Gate entry configurations have been re-evaluated to allow for as many points of entry, while maintaining proper distancing.


Fans are strongly encouraged to leave bags at home to reduce points of contact during the security screening process. The Yard Goats will permit medical bags, manufactured diaper bags that accompany infants and young children, and 4.5" x 6.5" clutch purses for personal items. We ask that guests only bring necessary items and keep track of their personal belongings at all times.


Dunkin’ Donuts Park is now a cashless/contactless venue (i.e. guests handle own cards). Gift and credit/debit cards will be accepted at the Box Office, Yard Goats Team Store, and food and beverage locations.


The food and beverage locations, which will be cashless, will be open and promote physical distancing. Gift and credit/debit cards will be accepted at the concessions.


Social Distancing will be in effect at all checkout purchase lines throughout the stadium, including concession lines. Floor markers will be used to guide guests entering and exiting lines.


Concourse restrooms will have one dedicated entrance and one dedicated exit to facilitate one-way traffic. Existing restroom fixtures such as sinks, paper towel dispensers and flush valves utilize motion sensors to limit contact. High contact areas in restrooms will be cleaned throughout the game and fully sanitized after each game.


The Retro Brand team store will be open during the Yard Goats games with a limited number allowed inside at one time. Signs will be posted for one way traffic and all payments will be cashless. Gift and credit/debit cards will be accepted.


Elevators have a capacity of 4 guests from the same familial party at any given time for proper distancing. Guests will be encouraged to use open air stairwells throughout the stadium.


All staff will wear facial coverings at all times, with added PPE such as face shields, gloves, etc. as needed. Increased regularity and scope of sanitation throughout ballpark. In-game routine sanitation of high traffic areas and touch points. All cleaning products and cleaning equipment will be CDC approved for use against COVID-19. Staff members across all departments will be equipped with additional materials to sanitize according to new protocols.


Each ballpark entrance has added hand sanitizing stations with others located throughout the ballpark near concession stands, in restrooms, along the concourse, and at both retail stores.


In the event of a rain delay, guests will have the option to go back to their cars for shelter to reduce congregation in the concourse, and will be allowed to re-enter the ballpark once the rain delay has concluded. Yard Goats staff will be present to manage covered areas within the stadium to promote social distancing where needed.


Inflatables and gaming units are temporarily suspended. Player autographs are temporarily suspended to limit contact, as are any player giveaways to guests (i.e. baseballs tossed into stands). All ballpark water fountains are temporarily closed.


Game day staff stationed throughout ballpark to identify and enforce COVID protocols. Ushers will walk down aisle at every half inning, to ensure Fan Code of Conduct items are being adhered to, including COVID protocols such as mask wearing. The same process will take place in the suites. Ushers and Security will be stationed at various internal entry points to ensure capacity compliance. Guests in violation of COVID protocols will receive a reminder/warning from staff. If continued noncompliance occurs, guest will be required to leave ballpark.

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