BOSTON The Boston Red Sox did not learn until yesterday that local health officials had threatened to close down the food concessions at Fenway Park because of sanitation problems early in the season, according to a report in the Boston Globe. The article indicated that sanitation inspectors had found at least 15 health-code violations at the Aramark Corp.-managed facilities on opening day, ranging from rodent droppings found underneath service counters to the appearance of what ...
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