Is to too early in the day to think about ice cream? HELL NO. Don’t ask stupid questions.
The Chicago White Sox revealed their newest ballpark confection Wednesday, and it looks spectacular. This upcoming baseball season, fans will be able to buy 12-scoop ice cream sundaes topped with whipped cream, bananas, syrup, and cherries. The
monstrosity gift from the dessert gods, which will weigh around three pounds, will be served in a commemorative White Sox batting helmet fans will be able to keep.
Darren Rovell tweeted a picture of the dish:
White Sox to sell a 12-scoop, banana split in a full-size batting helmet for $17 pic.twitter.com/8VxocsFDDe
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) March 26, 2014
According to Brooks Boyer, the team’s senior V.P. of sales and marketing, the White Sox realize some brave fans will try to scale the ice cream mountain solo:
“It should feed a lot of people, and it comes in a hardy, helmet container that we think people will go home with and remember their time at the ballpark.
“I’m sure a couple fans are going to try to crush it alone, but we’re hoping it’s for a family. That being said, we’ll have something special for the first person who takes it down by themselves.”
I’m pretty sure Freeway is excited.
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