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Written by Maury Brown   
Monday, 14 May 2007 06:00

The following is the current state of the various alcohol policies in Major League Baseball across all 30 clubs. This resource is being added to The Biz of Baseball in the wake of the Josh Hancock accident in which he was found to have a blood alcohol level of 0.157, which is nearly twice Missouri’s legal limit.

Since the accident, Major League Baseball clubs have been changing policy, although many had "no alcohol" policies in clubhouses prior. For those interested, CBS Evening News did a segment on baseball's connection to the beer industry, which can be viewed online here (Baseball and Booze). (UPDATED 5/14/07)

  • Beer Only - Both Clubhouses

 Arizona
 Philadelphia 
 Atlanta San Francisco
 Boston  Seattle
◊  Cleveland
 Texas
 Detroit Toronto
 LA Angels
¤ San Diego
 LA Dodgers 

One case only in Clubhouse

¤ Players may bring their own wine

  • Beer and Wine - Both Clubhouses

 Tampa Bay
 

  • Beer Only  - Home Clubhouse
  • Beer and Liquor  - Road Clubhouse

± Chicago (AL) Kansas City 
 CincinnatiMilwaukee 

 ± One case only in home Clubhouse

  • No Alcohol  - Home Clubhouse
  • Beer Only  - Road Clubhouse

 Baltimore
 Houston 
ψ Chicago (NL)
 Pittsburgh 
 Colorado St. Louis 
 Florida NY Mets 

 ψ Visitors bring their own

  • No Alcohol  - Both Clubhouses

 Minnesota ‡ Oakland
 NY Yankees
 Washington

 Visitors permitted to bring their own

Initial Source: The NY Times 

 
 
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