Last updated: 12:00 PM ET, Wed April 01 2015

Minor League Stadium's Doughnut Dog May Be Hazardous To Your Health, is Delicious

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | April 01, 2015

Minor League Stadium's Doughnut Dog May Be Hazardous To Your Health, is Delicious

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We have to warn that merely looking at one stadium’s latest offering will result in heavy meat sweats and shallow breathing.

But darn it looks delicious.

That there is the Doughnut Dog, available at Wilmington Blue Rockets games this season. The Blue Rockets are a minor league team based in Delaware that are determined to deliver solid play on the field and patients for area cardiologists off of it.

Thanks to Uproxx, we now have a destination when visiting the area this summer, because a hot dog wrapped in a donut, and topped with bacon sounds like a great idea.

OK, it sounds like a horrible idea, but the kind of horrible idea that puts a smile on your face the moment you touch that sweet delicacy to your lips.

Just cancel any important plans you have for the remainder of the day, because this is liable to cause sudden on-set napping.

Twitter gives us a closer look at this monstrosity:

The team’s website offers a bit more information on the worst thing to hit the ballpark since Chuck Knoblauch’s accuracy: “Fans will be able to purchase a hotdog that comes in a bun made of a traditional glazed doughnut. If that's not distinctive enough for your taste buds, there will also be a hot dog inside a traditional glazed doughnut bun with bacon and raspberry jelly drizzled on top.”

This actually helps us out, because we so hated having to go through the trouble of having dinner before dessert. Taking care of a full meal all at once saves us time to scour the stadium for cotton candy.

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