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Bologna lollipops at the ballpark?

Feb. 24, 2011 at 4:00 AM   |   Comments

COMSTOCK PARK, Mich., Feb. 24 (UPI) -- The West Michigan Whitecaps baseball team is allowing Web site visitors to vote on potential ballpark menu items including bologna lollipops.

Officials set up an online poll at the team's Web site, web.minorleaguebaseball.com/index.jsp?sid=t582, to allow visitors to vote on menu items for the 2011 season at Fifth Third Ballpark in Comstock Park, a suburb of Grand Rapids.

Items on the poll, which closes March 4, include the bologna lollipop, a 5-inch diameter, 1-inch-thick slice of fried bologna on a stick, as well as a hot dog topped with duck meat and frog legs, a bacon-topped hamburger on a honey bun, a burrito containing hamburger meat with macaroni and cheese, a meat and potato parfait, a meat salad, a bacon-wrapped "Sonoran dog," and a 5,630 calorie-meal featuring spaghetti and meatballs spread on a 16-inch loaf of garlic bread.

The poll also includes one healthy dish, the "Chicks with Sticks" meal featuring fresh vegetables cut into sticks with ranch dressing or hummus for dipping.

"The Whitecaps have always provided unique food items at Fifth Third Ballpark along with the standard ballpark fare. For the second year we are letting you, the fans, help us choose a new food item to serve up for 2011," the team said on the Web site.

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