Chewing Tobacco Ban At Fenway Park Goes Into Effect April 2016A new ordinance banning chewing tobacco products at Fenway Park and other city parks goes into effect on April 1, 2016.
City Council Approves Chewing Tobacco Ban At Fenway, Other ParksA ban on smokeless tobacco products at Fenway Park and other Boston sports venues was approved Wednesday by the City Council.
Walsh's Proposal Calls For Chewing Tobacco Ban At Boston BallparksBoston Mayor Marty Walsh has filed a proposal to ban smokeless tobacco products like dip and snuff from all city ballparks, from Fenway Park to neighborhood Little League fields.
Walsh, Schilling Push For Chewing Tobacco Ban At Fenway Park, Sports VenuesMayor Marty Walsh wants to ban the use of snuff and chewing tobacco in sports venues across Boston, including Fenway Park.
Curt Schilling Pens Letter To Teenage Self About Chewing TobaccoThe former Red Sox pitcher is continuing to raise awareness about the dangers of smokeless tobacco.
Heyman On Gresh & Zo: MLB's Chewing Tobacco Problem Isn't Going Away Before his death, Tony Gwynn attributed the cancer in his salivary glands to his addiction to smokeless tobacco. CBS Sports' Jon Heyman discussed how baseball has yet to solve its smokeless tobacco problem.
Boston Joins Pitch To Ban Chewing Tobacco From MLBBoston health officials are joining the push to convince Major League Baseball to ban chewing tobacco.