Travis Tritt Forced To Perform Anthem From The Stands Due To MLB Rule Against Unvaxxed People On The Field

Fox News reports:

Country music star Travis Tritt sang the national anthem before Game 6 of the National League Championship Series on Saturday amid his very public declaration not to perform at venues that require any kind of coronavirus vaccine or mask mandate.

Wearing a Braves jersey, Tritt received a smattering of applause when he was announced as a “country music legend.” There was a problem with Tritt’s microphone, but a worker quickly handed him a backup mic that allowed him to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” without any further issues.

The Braves’ stadium, Truist Park, has allowed full capacity with no requirements for vaccinations, negative tests or mask-wearing from fans. Major League Baseball does require vaccines for non-playing personnel to be allowed access to the field. Tritt sang the anthem from the Truist Club seating area behind the backstop.

Read the full article. His performance was not televised.


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