OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- Anyone going out to the Omaha Storm Chasers ball game on Aug. 1 won't be able to buy peanuts or, for that matter, Cracker Jack.
The Pacific Coast League affiliate of the Kansas City Royals will take anything containing peanuts off its concessions menu for the game against the Reno Aces. The Storm Chasers and an Omaha allergy clinic are holding Peanut Free Night to bring awareness to people who have peanut allergies.
Several minor-league baseball teams have held peanut-free games for years, and major-league teams occasionally reserve sections of their stadiums for people who have peanut allergies.
About 3 million Americans are allergic to peanuts or foods containing peanuts.
Peanut Free Baseball: http://www.peanutfreebaseball.com