This Massive Sandwich Is the Size of a Baseball Base

When it comes to stadium food, this is anything but minor league.

The Salt Lake Bees, a minor league baseball team, really cover their bases when it comes to ballpark food. The team has unveiled the 6-4-3 Double Play Sandwich, which is the size of an actual base on the field.

Monstrous enough to serve four very hungry people, it's named for a double play from the shortstop to the second baseman to the first baseman — named for their numbered positions on the field — so in tribute, it uses six meats, four vegetables and three cheeses.

The weighty combination halves a whole sheet of focaccia bread to fill with two different aiolis, 14 slices each of salami and capicola, eight slices of pepperoni, three slices each of roast beef, ham and turkey, three slices of provolone, six slices of cheddar, 20 slices of jack cheese and 16 tomato slices, along with a final layer of lettuce, onion and carrots. That's some major-league eating.

The sandwich is sold as a combo pack with four ballpark tickets for, fittingly, $64.32. See how it's made on the team's Twitter page.

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