March 11, 2006

Baseball's Best Burger: The Grizzlies and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts have teamed up to create "Baseball’s Best Burger." The burger, which was introduced at Gateway’s December 10th sale, consists of a thick and juicy burger topped with sharp cheddar cheese and two slices of bacon. The burger is then placed in between each side of a Krispy Kreme Original Glazed doughnut.

Following the 2005 "Swiss Brat" and the 2004 "Best Hotdog" the new burger will contain roughly 1,000 calories and 45 grams of fat.

posted by justgary to baseball at 12:15 AM - 21 comments

Isn't that a Luther Burger?.....p.s. ...I hope you all have a pop up blocker.....

posted by Grrrlacher at 12:37 AM on March 11, 2006

Thought I heard of that before too.....just wish I could get my mouth on one....mmmmm

posted by gfinsf at 12:43 AM on March 11, 2006

Hmm, I can't believe they didn't give luther credit.

posted by justgary at 12:45 AM on March 11, 2006

I don't know about that. Sounds kinda yucky to me. Must be a pretty good ball club if they need burgers to fill seats. Then again, I have never had a burger at a ball game. I am from Philadelphia where you only geta burger at a greasy spoon-bar. Don't mess with my cheesesteak!! Props to Luther, isn't he in a coma or something? Nope, just checked, he's dead. A stroke due to a high-fat diet perhaps?

posted by GoBirds at 03:24 AM on March 11, 2006

Kinda yucky? That's an abomination.

posted by rcade at 05:34 AM on March 11, 2006

Geez, ruining Krispy Kreme that's a crime.

posted by stockman at 07:33 AM on March 11, 2006

If you're ever in the St. Louis area, taking in a Grizzlies game at GMC Park is highly recommended. The stadium is state-of-the-art, including hot tubs in the outfield. As for fannies in seats, GoBirds, the team pulled in more than 200,000 last season, or roughly the same number of drunk fans arrested at your average Eagles game.

posted by wfrazerjr at 08:34 AM on March 11, 2006

Doesn't sound as good as the Roethlisburger. But maybe because I am one of those folks (in the minority, I know) who think Krispy Kreme sucks.

posted by scully at 09:35 AM on March 11, 2006

hot tubs in the outfield???just how low will st.louis sink to fill the seats?? i guess any form of entertainment is better than none

posted by flyersfan_2 at 10:28 AM on March 11, 2006

ew gross.

posted by jerseygirl at 12:28 PM on March 11, 2006

Imaagine what must be floating in those hot-tubs....shudder to think.

posted by GoBirds at 02:16 PM on March 11, 2006

why put it on a doughnut? weird combo....maybe have a few glazed ones after the burger...

posted by metswhiz69 at 02:29 PM on March 11, 2006

How stoned was this guy? Does he also work for Taco Bell research and development?

posted by Sailor at 02:34 PM on March 11, 2006

If the good burger stuff is between slices of a glazed doughnut, is the quality material going to end up as 'greezee lap doings'?

posted by jaygolf at 03:08 PM on March 11, 2006

As Homer Simpson would say: "Donuts--is there anything they can't do?"--Although this could benefit from a savory olive tapenade.

posted by THX-1138 at 04:23 PM on March 11, 2006

Just a thought: if this "food" item is supposed to bring people out to the ballpark and put them in the seats, once they have eaten said burger, how does one propose removing the overstuffed fan from the seat?

posted by THX-1138 at 04:33 PM on March 11, 2006

how does one propose removing the overstuffed fan from the seat? You don't. Their only choice is to buy season tickets.

posted by DrJohnEvans at 04:38 PM on March 11, 2006

Would hate to be a plumber at the place...or worse the mop-guy.

posted by GoBirds at 05:01 PM on March 11, 2006

Don't mess with my cheesesteak!! mmmm...cheesesteak.... /stomach growls Oh, man. They have those out here but it's nothing like the real thing. GoBirds, FedEx me a large cheesesteak w/ fried onions, green peppers and mushrooms.

posted by njsk8r20 at 06:17 PM on March 11, 2006

Uhh Yeah that is gross, I'm a fat guy and i wouldn't even go near that thing, and I have eaten some strange things.

posted by silentclerk at 07:53 PM on March 11, 2006

Rumor has it the Windy City Thunderbolts are trying to create a jelly-filled sesame seed bun and market it as Baseball's Best Doughnut. Why in the hell would you want a doughnut to even touch ground beef on purpose?

posted by gdvbranz at 10:30 AM on March 12, 2006

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