Behind that bite, an army of 1,500 workers helps keep CWS moving smoothly, fans content

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    Michael Smith, events service manager, talks to a group of ushers and ticket takers before Tuesday's first CWS game at TD Ameritrade Park.

  • Behind that bite, an army of workers

    Tyler Conway of Utah tucks into a corn dog before the start of the Ole Miss-TCU game Thursday evening. Conway said he was at the park for the food and the baseball. There with Conway were 1,500 or so workers with the task of making it an enjoyable experience for him.

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Posted: Friday, June 20, 2014 1:00 am

About a half-hour before the game starts, Michael Smith gathers his team in a conference room just off TD Ameritrade Park’s main concourse.

It’s going to be hot out there, he says. Maybe 92, 96 degrees.

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