It’s that time of year when baseball teams are releasing various oddities to be sold in their ballparks this upcoming season. Since bacon seems to resonate with Americans, there are sure to be a bunch of new options in that realm that our doctors would advise against.
Darren Rovell just shared a bacon-and-cheddar-stuffed burger (also topped with bacon) that the Yankees are providing this year, and that’s one way of fulfilling our primal pork urges. However, the White Sox and Rangers have figured out a way to skip the middleman — beef, in this case — altogether, by serving bacon on a stick. Why let unnecessary supplements get in the way?
— Richard Durrett (@espn_durrett) March 26, 2014
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