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Royals unveil World Series menu as preps continue

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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -

 The Kansas City Royals and Aramark on Monday unveiled new treats to be served at Kauffman Stadium during the World Series.

Those attending the Fall Classic will have an autumn-themed menu to munch on. The Harvest Market, which will be located behind Section 203, will have a turkey sandwich with stuffing, cranberry and gravy on a fresh baked roll, smoked chili, butternut squash bisque and caramel apples. And it wouldn't be fall without apple cider and hot chocolate to sip.

About 900 Aramark employees will help serve up the peanuts, hot dogs and more exotic items to customers. Concession stands that were added for the playoffs will remain.

Brisket, pulled pork and ribs are being added to menus. The smoked crown chili will have burnt ends, smoked white beans, chiles, cinnamon, smoked gouda and sour cream.

Aramark estimates that during each game that 7,500 hot dogs will be consumed, 4,000 orders of nachos, 2,500 soft pretzels and 1,400 pounds of peanuts.

Those heading into Kansas City will see iconic downtown buildings lit up in blue. The Missouri Department of Transportation says the Bond Bridge over the Missouri River will be illuminated in blue as a way of saying, "Go Royals! Take the Crown!"

The final finishing touches of a frantic fall cleanup are almost done. Kansas City will appear in the World Series for the first time in 29 years and Kansas City is doing its best to put on a great show. Many are rooting for the team. BuzzFeed has penned a letter to Kansas City explaining why the country is falling in love with America's new darlings. Click here to read it.

Journalists from across the country and world are descending on Kansas City to cover the World Series. A pack of Japanese journalists are following Royals outfielder Nori Aoki, and they say there are many more journalists now in Kansas City than earlier in the season.

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