The Toronto Blue Jays held their Home Opener last night and although they put up an amazing fight in Cleveland and won that series 2 -1, the end to last night’s Jays/ Red Sox game was not as thrilling. The game was going great with 21 year old Henderson
Alvarez having a great debut at the mound, some great defense by Colby Rasmus and
many good at bats. Things went south when we brought in our new closer Sergio Santos. I’m not going to be hard on Santos yet and frankly people comparing this blown save to all of lasts years disappoints by Rauch and Francisco and the sour memory of BJ Ryan is a little unfair at this point. Santos is a new pitcher, having been converted from short stop in 2010. The Jays didn’t bring him on as a miracle worker;
he is a work in progress closer. There are high expectations for him with the Jays but for now let’s give the guy a break.
Anyhow I could write this whole article on the Jays and would love every minute of it, however let’s get on target here. With every baseball season start it always reminds me how much I love hot dogs. Yes hot dogs. It is my favourite thing to have when I’m at a game. We all know that hot dogs are not that great for us but I have to say, if you’re at a game or wandering the streets of Toronto late at night then why not enjoy a hot dog, we know you want to. Everything in moderation! J However, if you are going to be serving hot dogs at home to your loved ones then I think it’s fair to say you should be
First off choosing a dog that is All beef and not a mix of strange meats is really important. Also try your hardest to get a dog that is without nitrates. Nitrates are in most cured meats, bacon, hotdogs and can be found in other meats as well.
It is a chemical that is added to processed meats to preserve colour and it is suppose to inhibit botulism to some degree. Life Choices has a great hot dog….check out this label.
Life choices also doesn’t contain MSM, which is mechanically separated meat.
HAPPY BASEBALL SEASON!!