Every once in a while, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) posts something on their website that really does appeal to people from all sectors — their list of the TOP TEN VEGAN-FRIENDLY BASEBALL STADIUMS – because even if you’re a carnivore yourself, you may have friends that are vegan or vegetarian that you like to hang out with.
And nobody ever said that those non-meat-eaters were banned from the ballpark.
Besides, any place that has decent vegan food is also likely to have a decent hot dog or other delicious meat-based product.
You’ll have to click through to see what PETA suggests you eat once you get there, but here are the list of the parks they wanted to draw attention to:
- San Franciso’s AT&T Park
- Philadelphia’s Citizens Bank Park
- Detroit’s Comerica Park
- Atlanta’s Turner Field
- Denver’s Coors Field
- Oakland’s County Coliseum
- San Diego’s PETCO Park
- LA’s Angel Stadium
- Houston’s Minute Maid Park
- Milwaukee’s Miller Park
Next thing you know we’ll be changing the lyrics to TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME to include the line “Buy me some tofu and vegetable wrap / I don’t care if I never get back”
Yeah, that can work. Web Watch may try this during our next 7th-inning stretch.
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