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Cubs, White Sox to move to 100% fan capacity later this month

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CHICAGO (WREX) — Wrigley Field and Guaranteed Rate Field will be even louder by the end of June.

On Friday, the City of Chicago approved both the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox can be at 100% capacity as early as June 11, when the state moves to Phase 5 and is fully reopened.

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The Cubs will move to 100% capacity at their next homestand starting on June 11 against the St. Louis Cardinals. Tickets go on sale starting Saturday at 2 p.m.

The White Sox are expected to be ready for 100% capacity by the time a homestand begins on June 25, according to ESPN.

ESPN says both teams are still in the process of hiring enough game-day employees to be able to make the move to 100%.

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