The baseball legend finds common cause with Western Beef in promoting fresh foods and fighting autism
Perhaps it was inevitable that a man named Strawberry would become involved with the supermarket industry. Last week, Darryl Strawberry, the iconic slugger in the 1980s and 1990s for New York’s two baseball teams, the Mets and the Yankees (he also played for New York’s two ex-baseball teams, the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants), was the star attraction at the official opening of a new Western Beef store in New York’s South Bronx, just north of Yankee Stadium. The new ...
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