The “Twinkie Dog” Set to Invade West Michigan

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BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — The West Michigan Whitecaps aren’t the only baseball organization set to test the taste buds and caloric intake limits of fans this summer.

The Battle Creek Bombers have announced some new additions to its ballpark menu and highlighting those new additions will be the “Bombers Twinkie Dog.” It’s just like it sounds, where the hot dog bun is replaced by a Twinkie. The Twinkie is then split open, and the hot dog is placed in the middle

The Twinkie Dog will be available throughout C.O. Brown Stadium in Battle Creek during Bombers home games starting with the home opener on May 29th.

“One area we wanted to improve in this offseason was our food and beverage offerings,” said Bombers Assistant G.M. Anthony Iovieno.  “I believe this Twinkie Dog is a significant step in that direction.  We believe our fans deserve and want more than just popcorn and peanuts.  We’ve put together a plan I believe in, and I trust our fans will enjoy the variety of new offerings here at the ballpark, and that includes the Twinkie Dog.”

The Bombers also announced several other new items that will be joining the Twinkie Dog including Walking Tacos, Poblano and Jalapeno Poppers, Fried Mac and Cheese Bites, BBQ Boneless Wings, and Double Chocolate Fried Brownie Bites. The full ballpark menu will be released at a later date.

The Battle Creek Bombers play out of C.O. Brown Stadium as a member of the Northwoods League, one of the nation’s premier collegiate summer baseball leagues. For information on tickets call (269) 962-0735 or visit BattleCreekBombers.com.

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