Oh, I definitely won't be taking my child to the game if they aren't vaccinated. The issue is if I go and pass the virus to them. The risk might be extremely low -- but the risk just isn't worth it.
I am sure the Tiger-Cat organization will do their best to make the venue safe. We can say this is "outdoors", but:
- the concourse isn't really outdoors, and it is impossible to socially distance there
- the bathrooms aren't outdoors either
- People will be yelling as loud as they can - increasing the possibility of airborne transmission
- people will be drinking beer, so not only no mask, but also poor judgment
- the team can put safety measures in place, but there will always be those who think they don't apply to them
So IF we have a full capacity crowd, and there are carriers there (and a significant population of unvaccinated people), we know that it will spread.
COVID and the flu are nowhere near the same thing - so please don't pretend that they are. Our goal is to eradicate this beast, so let's give COVID the respect it deserves. The sooner we do that, the sooner our lives get back to normal.
And to be clear: I respect people who make a decision to go to the first game. I expect them to respect my decision to wait. And I also expect them to be careful - get vaccinated and obey all public health and safety rules.