BOSTON (CBS) — Red Sox fans headed to Fenway Park on Monday for the home opener or anytime this season are going to notice some changes, including an increase in security.

There’s been a push to increase security around ballparks in Major League Baseball, and Fenway is no exception.

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Fenway will have 28 metal detectors – one at every gate. Fans will be asked to remove phones, cameras and other large metal objects.

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But they won’t need to remove smaller items like belts, wallets, coins, keys, jewelry, glasses or shoes.

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Fans didn’t seem too bothered by the added security.

“I think it’s great, I think it’s important for everyone to be safe, especially at these big sporting events,” one woman told WBZ-TV.

Another fan agreed that the measures were worth it.

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“Considering the recent events that happened in Boston too, we’re taking precautions now to make sure the places we go for entertainment or to enjoy ourselves are safe,” he said.