Forget Ned Yost and the Kansas City Royals bunting their way to a World Series title.
The real action is in the concourse, with tech-savvy fans whipping out Apple's brand new app to pay for Cracker Jacks.
To the average sports fan, this means that your Apple Pay-equipped iPhone 6 is as good as your wallet when loading up on garlic fries and Giants dogs at AT&T Park, or whatever it is they eat in Kansas City.
MLB Advanced Media, Major League Baseball's "digital media company," says that anyone with an iPhone 6 with the Apple Pay app can "simply [wave] your phone" at a vendor to pay for purchases throughout the World Series, according to Forbes.
For the curious nerd: Apple Pay uses EMV cryptography, and when coupled with a passcode or other security features "such as Touch ID," "every payment and tokenization" is approved "via MDES," Forbes reported.
Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium and AT&T Park "will be the first professional sports facilities to accept Apple Pay," Forbes said.
Could a Google Wallet-equipped stadium be next?