The Minor League Baseball park owned by the Asheville Tourists, McCormick Field, has created one of the most delicious-looking hot dogs of all time.
Everyone loves a good hot dog when they head down to the ballpark to watch a baseball game. Heck, some people’s only enjoyment at baseball games come from the food they can get at the vendors around the park — that is if they find baseball boring, but that’s un-American.
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The Colorado Rockies‘ affiliate is the reigning league champion of the South Atlantic League for the second time in three years.
Asheville has brought its momentum on the field to the vendors around it recently. Having one two of the past three league titles, the Tourists are one of the best minor league teams in recent years and now they have one of the best inventions to ever hit a vending station at any park.
Meet the best hot dog you may ever see:
Bacon mac and cheese is already delicious, but put that on top of a hot dog and serve it to hungry baseball fans — most of the time fans who have been drinking some cervesas — and you have a crazy-good invention that will likely earn you hundreds of thousands of dollars over the course of a season.
The team has about 140 games per season which means this dog will have 70 opportunities to make this ball club some serious money.
Minor league parks are always coming up with some wild food creation that makes a splash on the internet and fans go crazy over it, and this might just be the best of the crop.
I mean, compare it to this stomach-wrenching Krispy Kreme jelly-filled donut dog from the Wilmington Blue Rocks:
That’s not something I’d be willing to try mostly because I respect my body too much to do that to it.
However, if I was ever to put my blood pressure into question, I would have to eat this churro dog that the Arizona Diamondbacks created for Chase Field in 2015:
Yeah, it looks like the big boys can compete with the minor league parks in food creativity.
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