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Since 1882, when the American Association's founders determined that selling alcohol to fans might help them compete with the entrenched National League, beer, every bit as much as green grass, white ash and cow leather, has been an essential baseball element. That strategy, of course, triggered a bonanza. Today, MLB teams sell more than $1 billion worth of beer. Its ballparks are sunlit ...