2 fans just leveled up the homemade baseball snack game at Orioles-Rays

Two fans attending the June 17 game between the Baltimore Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays brought Ziploc bags filled with spaghetti inside Camden Yards.

At a baseball game, you are bound to see some unique snacks that are sold inside of an MLB stadium. But one couple decided to get a little bit creative inside Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles.

During Baltimore’s June 17 game against the Tampa Bay Rays, a couple was photographed taking in the game while eating spaghetti from Ziploc bags!

Fans eat spaghetti from Ziploc bags at Orioles game

It’s straight out of  the show, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” which begs the question — what is the spaghetti policy at Camden Yards? Apparently, Ziploc bags filled with spaghetti are allowed at Camden Yards, considering they were able to bring it inside of the stadium.

The photo circulated across social media, and it even received a shoutout from the Orioles Twitter account!

As for the game, Baltimore pulled off the 1-0 victory after rookie catcher Adley Rutschman hit a single to center field in the seventh inning, allowing designated hitter Ryan Mountcastle to score.

Looking for a snack to eat while watching a baseball game? Give spaghetti a try.

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