One key question facing all sports franchises is even if fans can come back to stadiums, will they?  

At least in Texas, the answer appears to be yes, with teams selling out their 50% capacity for opening day of the Texas Collegiate League.  This is high level baseball, but certainly not the major leagues -- but still fans came out in droves, despite concerns that sporting events with crowds can become "super spreader" hot spots. 

Despite these risks, many fans wanted a return to normalcy that sports can provide - even in an environment where masks are prevalent, social distancing is enforced, and more roaming vendors are needed as more fans remain in their seats.