The Pittsfield Suns are back in action at Wahconah Park this year with the home opener set for Thursday, May 27 against the New Britain Bees.

The park will operate at 40% capacity to start the season according to Suns GM, Sander Stotland. With Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker lifting COVID-19 restrictions earlier than planned to align with CDC recommendations, he expects the ballpark to be at full capacity soon.

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Slater had a chance to speak with Stotland on Wednesday about what we can expect from the 2021 season.

Slater: Is the park ready to go?

Slater: Baker lifted COVID restrictions earlier than expected, will the park be at full capacity after May 29?

Slater: What are the ticket prices?

Slater: Will the beer garden be open? And what about food?

Slater: You are still looking for families to host players, what does this entail?

Slater: And, lastly...what about FIREWORKS this year?

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