The West Michigan Whitecaps are ready for the fans to tell them what they want to eat at the ballpark this season.
The ninth-annual fan voting contest to determine Fifth Third Ballpark’s new menu item is underway.
The list has been narrowed down from several hundred entries to just 10 dishes.
Click through this photo gallery to see the top 10 finalists and descriptions:
PHOTOS: West Michigan Whitecaps Fan Food Vote 2018
Here's a snack you can really sink your teeth into. Take one of the greatest inventions ever, tater tots, and cover them in, wait for it - alliogator meat. Don;t let anyone tell you this is a bunch of croc.
This time, we've brewed up a pocket of dough that's complemented by a round of beer - you can choose between Founder's Dirty Bastard or Perrin Black - and then, you guessed it, deep fried. Never let anyone tell you something can't be deep fried.
This one is a real catch. The double-play combination of buffalo chicken and mac 'n cheese are stuffed into a waffle cone with maple syrup drizzled over the top. Diamond gems are rarely this tasty.
Flaming Hot Cheetos have inspired memes, doughnuts and even a potential feature-length film (seriously!). We're taking a footlong corn dog and rolling it in this pop-culture phenomenon. Bring the heat!
We want a freshly fried falafel ball topped with lettuce, tomato, cucumber and pepper on warm pita bread and covered with hummus, not a belly itcher! (This will be the new Sandlot taunt, right?)
Here is why breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Take a grilled bratwurst, top it with a generous serving of sausage gravy, maple syrup and bacon and then fold it into a waffle like a taco. Talk about a five-tool prospect.
Did you know that marathon runners drink pickle juice during races to help with cramps? Now, we're bringing it to the ballpark, this time soaked in fruit punch-flavored Kool-Aid. As the Kool-Aid Man would say, "Oh yeah!"
Ready for a little culture? Mochi is a traditional Japanese cake made of pounded sticky rice that is then be formed around an ice cream filling. The ice cream will provide flavor while the Mochi adds sweetness and texture. Konnichiwa!
Batter up! … down, around and all over a quarter ear of corn that will then be deep fried on a stick. Even the Georgia Peach would approve. Or so we assume.
This is for volcanic appetites. Two gigantic onion rings will be layered first with mac 'n cheese, then boneless chicken and topped with bacon, green onions and beer cheese. You're going to lava it.
Voting is open through Friday, March 9. To vote for your favorite, click here. The winner will be announced later in March.
The Whitecaps open their 25th season on Thursday, April 5, against the South Bend Cubs at 6:35 p.m.
For complete 2018 schedule and ticket information, visit www.whitecapsbaseball.com.
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