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What's new at the Trop


What's new at the Trop?

. New food items: There will be an all-natural food stand in Centerfield Street, featuring all-natural hot dogs, chicken fingers and Blue Diamond flavored almonds. There will also be new offerings in scattered stands throughout the Trop, including fried dough with fruit toppings, beignets and hand-carved turkey sandwiches.

. New section: A special seating section, called "District K-9," will be available on opening day and possibly other games when Cy Young left-hander David Price starts. Tickets will be priced at $50 and come with a District K-9 T-shirt and "K" card. They can be purchased on

Joe Smith, Times staff writer

. Fans are once again allowed to bring food into Tropicana Field. All food items must be wrapped, bagged or contained within a soft-sided container that cannot exceed 16 by 16 by 8 inches. Fans are allowed to bring in single-serving juice boxes and sealed plastic water bottles (no larger than 1 liter). Items not allowed are cans, thermoses, ice chests, bottles, glass containers or any other non-collapsible container or object deemed hazardous.

What's new at the Trop 04/01/13 [Last modified: Monday, April 1, 2013 4:25pm]
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