The Miami Marlins are thrilled to hear the rest of the league is adopting its 20 percent capacity rule for games, as the team feels it will level the playing field between it and its competition.

“We’ve long prided ourselves on allowing a maximum of about 10,000 fans into our games, and we are thrilled the rest of the league as finally caught up to this policy,” team CEO Derek Jeter said in a press release. “It’s unfortunate it took a global pandemic, but this definitely levels the playing field.”

Jeter added that he anticipates the team might not even fill 20 percent “out of abundance of caution for fan safety” and may possibly just leave games empty “totally on purpose.”