…And that’s saying something because baseball is weird to begin with.

Anyways: let’s start at the top. First and foremost, we learned that the Kansas City Royals may or may not be attempting to poison their fans by serving moldy, poo poo hot dogs.

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The picture you see above was taken by a Royals fan, who was in attendance for Friday’s game at Kaufman Stadium — and was reported today by KCTV 5.

What makes this even worse is that the Royals advertised and served two different types of hot dogs that night:

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On top of the photo, you will find what appears to be a delicious/normal looking hot dog. Yum!

Below it, you will find the Hot Dogs that the Royals were giving away as a part of their “Dollar Hot Dog Night” — catered by AramarkYes, the same Aramark that was busted just a few months ago for selling terrifying rotten food to fans. As an avid hot dog fan and consumer, this makes me sad and — I don’t know if I can eat another one again…

Speaking of near-death experiences at the stadium, this extremely-scary moment happened tonight at PNC park during the Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Chicago Cubs game…

WTF? How does that happen?

What you just saw was a fan walking behind the home plate netting, and getting struck in the back of the head by a foul tip off the bat of the Cubs’ Starlin Castro — which appeared to … go through/under/around/teleport through the netting without losing momentum? The Pirates are claiming that the ball did NOT go through the net, but, that may be a smokescreen statement preparing the franchise for some serious legal issues they may soon encounter via the victim. Ultimately: the game was delayed for 23 minutes, in the top of the second inning, as the fan was attended to by medical personnel and put onto a stretcher.

According to the Pirates, the woman was taken to a local hospital where she is conscious and alert. Thank God, and let’s hope she’s okay … I know I’d still be face first in the cement steps, so, props to you girl — you’re a hell of a lot tougher than I am or will ever be.

And finally: we arrive at the main story of the day, Cincinnati Reds Manager Bryan Price — who decided to go nuclear on the Cincinnati media when he learned of reports that catcher Devin Mesoraco was not with the team for Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Cardinals.

What followed was a 5+ minute expletive-filled tirade, centered around his disdain of sharing information with the media that could be used to his opponent’s advantage.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wROe2dzJDqY In case you missed one of his 77 uses of the “F” word, or, 11 references to feces — here’s the transcript…

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Long story short: 4/20 was a weird day — as it always is…

…Never change baseball, you are perfect just the way you are.