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Fruit Stand Stadium

Ballpark-goers are grabbing for snacks of a different sort at the new Yankee Stadium.

Watching a baseball game just isn't complete without a cap, a brew, and an apple. That's right, an apple. Fans cruising for snacks at the new Yankee Stadium now have a natural, fresh, and delicious alternative to sugary Cracker Jacks and sodium-laden dogs. At Yankee Stadium's fruit stand, ballparkers can grab nectarines, oranges, bananas, apples, and peaches, all for $1.50 each. At that price, you can afford to buy enough fruit to keep you crunching through several innings (your waistline won't mind, either). Although the fruit isn't all locally grown, the move to supply fans with fruit is certainly a homerun.

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