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Specialty foods unveiled for 2014 Scrappers games

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Local restaurants are featuring great food for the 2014 Scrappers season out at Eastwood Field.

Besides the baseball standard of hot dogs and  boxes of Cracker Jack, featured items will be available from Guy's Barbeque, Quaker Steak and Lube and new Mexican choices from Albert Guarnieri and Company.

"This is something new. We've introduced a Mexican program, one is a walking taco, the other we do is soft tacos and burritos. Available in chicken and beef and we have all the tacos," said Tom Fetock, with Albert Guarnieri and Company.

If you like it hot, RJ's pepper pantry will have plenty to go around all summer long.

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