With more than 150 elements from different corporations, the Teodoro Mariscal stadium will be shielded for the opening game of the LMP.
MAZATLAN. – The maximum party of the “King of sports”, the baseball of the Mexican Pacific League, in its 2022-2023 season, will officially return to the port this Sunday when Venados de Mazatlán receives the Charros de Mazatlán at the Teodoro Mariscal stadium. Jalisco, inside the opening game.
During this great sports festival, an approximate capacity of 14,000 fans is estimated; the coordinator of Municipal Civil Protection, Eloy Ruiz Gastélum, said that the security operation is ready to go into action with the presence of more than 180 elements from different corporations.
He pointed out that last Tuesday they held a meeting with the baseball club to pay attention to all the fans during the opening game in the port.
The doors of the Teodoro Mariscal stadium will open at 5:00 p.m.
“Around 14,000 people are expected, that is what the Club said, we know that the corridors must be free, there are no seat restrictions, the game will be at 8:00 p.m., but the opening ceremony will take place before that,” he said. Ruiz Gastelum.
The official commented that a wide circuit will be deployed for road circulation, but he invited people to arrive at the building in good time so that there are no setbacks and they can enjoy this great event.
He stressed that, at the end of the inaugural baseball game, the restaurants that are located inside the stadium will have an extra hour to close their doors and that the fans take the exit in the calmest way.
The corporations that will be participating will be from the Preventive Police, Municipal Traffic, State and Municipal Civil Protection, Red Cross and Firefighters of the city.
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