I love the PawSox and I love pointing out people's mistakes.

McCoy Stadium ranked number nine on this list of the Top Ten Vegetarian-Friendly Minor League Ballparks. While I was typing that, I realized it sounds like a stupid, arcane list, but it means something to some people.

I take a little xception to this. Yes, that's right, xception. Sex-ception, if you're a catalog writer. The one-sentence explanation includes the fact that McCoy serves veggie dogs and veggie burgers. Wow, that's really funny. You almost never can get those.

The truth is, there is only one stand that sells veggie dogs and veggie burgers and I have never seen it open. It could be open on weekends, but I never go to weekend games so I don't know. Why can't they sell that stuff at the other stands? I cannot answer this. All I can say is that I have been unable to buy either a veggie burger or veggie dog this season.

So that being said, this is what's vegetarian friendly: hummus, fruit salad, veggie platter, and salad. It lists green bean straws, but I haven't seen those. In other words, BFD. I was just at the IronPigs park and they had way more choices. Veggie burgers... Grilled, not microwaved like they are at McCoy. Burritos! If I could get a burrito at McCoy Stadium I would spend so much more money.

Then again, you can't go wrong with popcorn or french fries. I can't recommend the little cheese pizzas, which are hot circles of garbage.

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