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MLB clubs look to reinvent fan experience in empty ballparks

Example of the Coliseum Cutouts that Major League Baseball's Oakland A's are selling as part of the amended 2020 season. (Oakland A's)

With no attending fans for the upcoming start of the 2020 MLB season, many clubs are employing new tools to retain fan engagement and in-ballpark energy

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