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PETA Names Top 10 Veg-Friendly Baseball Parks

Out with the peanuts and Cracker Jack; hello, vegan crab cakes. Who's the veg-friendliest of them all?

It’s that time of year again, when People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals honors the nation’s most vegetarian-friendly Major League Baseball parks. Ranking number one in the country is San Francisco’s AT&T Park—home of the Giants—where fans can indulge in vegan tacos, burritos, vegetable bowls, and portobello sandwiches. Philadelphia’s Citizens Bank Park took the second spot, offering up meat-free fare like faux-chicken patties and black bean burgers, while PNC Park in Pittsburgh came in third with such favorites as Sloppy Janes, Grilled Veggie Toasters, and fish-free sushi. Rounding out the top five are Citi Field in New York and Nationals Park in Washington, DC, where one can nosh on vegan crab cakes while taking in the game.

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