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MLB is bringing Apple Pay to the 2014 World Series

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Tonight, Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants will begin battling it out for Major League Baseball's biggest prize: the World Series. And to make things better for ballpark attendees, MLB and MasterCard have announced that Kauffman Stadium (Royals) and AT&T Park (Giants) are going to support Apple Pay and other NFC-based payments throughout the series and beyond. Given how MLB usually adopts new technologies quickly, this shouldn't come as a surprise -- both stadiums are the first in sports to do this, and chances are the league will bring the feature to more places soon. While MasterCard and MLB are touting Apple Pay, the Cupertino company's recently launched payment system for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, services like Google Wallet also work with the newly implemented terminals. Don't worry, we know Google Wallet has been a thing for a while.

Major League Baseball Hall of Famer George Brett makes ceremonial first payment using Apple Pay with MasterCard prior to the 2014 World Series at Kauffman Stadium on Monday, Oct. 20, 2014 in Kansas City, Mo. (Photo by G. Newman Lowrance/Invision for MasterCard/AP Images)

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