The Minnesota Twins' Target Field will be one of the first sports venues in the country to introduce DraftServ's beer vending machines, which will reduce the long lines at concession stands, help regulate alcohol consumption, and give attendees more choice when it comes to what they're drinking.
Customers first need to visit a manned register and show ID in order to purchase a pre-paid debit card in $10, $20, or $50 amounts. They're then free to visit the DraftServ vending machines whenever they like, and choose one of four different beers ranging in price from 0.38 cents per ounce for Bud Light, to 0.40 cents per ounce for a pale ale.
A fan caught on camera sleeping during a New York Yankees-Boston Red Sox game in April has filed a defamation lawsuit against Major League Baseball, the Yankees, ESPN and the game's two announcers (John Kruk and Dan Shulman),according to The Courthouse News Service.
Andrew Robert Rector, in a lawsuit filed in Bronx Supreme Court, lays out why he felt he was defamed after images of him nodding off at Yankee Stadium on April 13 were broadcast.
"In the course of watching the game plaintiff napped and this opened unending verbal crusade against the napping plaintiff," the complaint stated