Yankees Not Allowed to Use Player Faces in Beer Foam Art

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The Yankees invited several media members to test, taste and observe some of the new food and drink additions to the ballpark's offerings.

Major League Baseball has issued a warning to the New York Yankees that the team cannot use images of the players faces in beers sold at Yankee Stadium, according to Newsday.

An MLB spokesman told Newsday the Yankees were unaware of the images before Monday, and that the league has told the team the images are "not authorized". "We spoke to the club, the club wasn't aware, either".

The Yankees said Tuesday there was no current plan to sell the player-personalized beers at the stadium.

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"To the best of our knowledge, they [the Yankees] have told them it's not authorised, to cease doing it".

A Yankees spokesperson also added to the conversation about why the Yankees showed off their new ideas.

The company that makes these machines is called Beer Ripples had any idea that player's images would be produced into the foam of the beer.

Newsday reported that during the event, attendees were given cups of beers displaying the images of Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton, as well as the Yankees logo floating in the head of a cup of beer. "We are now working with Legends, the company that runs the food and concessions stands at Yankee Stadium, who are in the process of testing a number of Beer Ripples machines".

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