Peanut Allergy-Friendly Baseball Games 2016

Baseball season is in full swing! We are encouraged by the number of teams that are hosting special “peanut-sensitive” or “peanut-aware” games. Some are also providing more allergy-friendly concession options.

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Follow the links for more information about how to purchase tickets and the accommodations available at specific games. We will be updating it with new events as we learn of them.

Major League Teams

Atlanta Braves (Suntrust Park) – Event is sold out

Baltimore Orioles (Oriole Park) – See under “Peanut Allergy Options”

Boston Red Sox (Fenway Park) – Games are sold out, and on a waitlist basis

Chicago White Sox (U.S. Cellular Field)

Cincinnati Reds (Great American Ball Park)

Colorado Rockies (Coors Field)

Detroit Tigers (Comerica Park) – Games dates have passed

Kansas City Royals (Kauffman Stadium)

Los Angeles Dodgers (Dodgers Stadium)

Milwaukee Brewers (Miller Park)

New York Mets (Citi Field)

New York Yankees (Suite Event on June 10, email Cristina Campana at ccampana@yankees.com for more details. Tickets are $100.)

Philadelphia Phillies (Citizen’s Bank Park)

Pittsburgh Pirates (PNC Park) – Game date has passed

San Diego Padres (Petco Park)

San Francisco Giants (AT&T Park)

Seattle Mariners (Safeco Field)

St. Louis Cardinals (Busch Stadium)

Toronto Blue Jays (Rogers Centre)

Washington Nationals (Nationals Park) – New game added for July 4! Fill out the 2016 Peanut Free Order Form and the 2016 Peanut Free waiver and send to Mike.Owens@nationals.com to place your order.

Minor League Teams

Birmingham Barons (Regions Field)

Durham Bulls (Durham Bulls Athletic Park) – Contact Cassie Fowler at 919.687.6535 to join the NC FACES support group in a peanut/tree nut-free section

Florence Freedom (Allergy-Friendly Stadium Season-long) (UC Health Stadium)

Frederick Keys (Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium)

Lake County Captains (Classic Park)

Louisville Bats (Louisville Slugger Field)

Lowell Spinners (Lelacheur Park)

Madison Mallards (Warner Park)

Pawtucket Red Sox (McCoy Stadium)

Reading Fightins (First Energy Stadium)

Wisconsin Timbler Rattlers (Fox Cities Stadium)

Have you heard of peanut or food allergy-friendly baseball games that aren’t on our list? Leave a comment and let us know!

Please note: FARE makes information about these events available to the public and partners on a community level with peanut-sensitive and peanut-aware sporting events across the country. FARE plays no role in the organization or policing of activity of these events. FARE does not offer stadium preparation guidelines for these games. Each stadium may use different preparation practices and FARE encourages individuals to reach out directly to the venue to learn more about their efforts.


6 thoughts on “Peanut Allergy-Friendly Baseball Games 2016

  1. I appreciate the MLB peanut free days, but the Mets suite tickets are $121 per ticket.

    That’s $504 with “convenience fee” for our family of 4 to see a baseball game. Umm no.

  2. Texas Rangers just had a game ($30 for a seat in a suite; the PN group had 3 suites and a dedicated medic) on Sunday, July 10th. Would love more ballparks to do this so we can complete our family bucket list!

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