AutoZone Park Cited as "Veggie Friendly" 

Peanuts and Popcorn and Tofujacks?

With its barbecue contests and fried chicken joints, Memphis isn't exactly known as a vegetarian-friendly city. But according to a new list from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), local herbivores can find plenty of vegetarian concessions at Redbirds games.

AutoZone Park was recently named number six in PETA's "Top Ten Vegetarian-Friendly Minor League Ballparks." Redbirds fans can skip the meat and order grilled vegetable paninis, veggie dogs, crudites, hummus, bruschetta, and of course, fresh, hot peanuts.

For a list of the other Top 10 vegetarian-friendly major and minor league ballparks, go here.

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