Posted on April 29, 2010 – 9:00 pm | Author: chrisolds
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Many a baseball fan has said that about their team when they face the likes of a Tim Lincecum or Roy Halladay.
But this? It might be considered one that’s half-baked … or perhaps it’s just one that will burn a few fans leaving them feeling a bit crusty.
The latest creation from Pangea Brands isn’t quite on the level as the famed “toaster toaster” that sci-fi fans loved a couple of years ago, but its new line of Pro Toast toasters literally lets baseball fans show their team pride in yet another way and takes team branding to new culinary heights.
Available for all 30 big-league teams, the Pro Toast toasters are officially licensed by Major League Baseball and carry a suggested retail price of $34.99.
But that’s not all! (Channeling my inner Don West here…) The two-slice toaster with has “adjustable settings for desired toasting levels, including a setting for frozen breads, too. This will work on white and wheat bread, as well as frozen waffles and English muffins.”
What’s next? Well, Pangea would be crazy not to look into NASCAR where wunderkind Joey Logano could be the perfect spokesman.
His nickname? Sliced Bread.
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