Anthony Rizzo brought orange slices to the dugout for everyone to share
As any athlete who competes at the highest level knows, the most important part of sustaining peak performance is a healthy snack. At least, that's what mom always told us "scientists" said. This has been tested by 10-year-olds all over the country and now there's a study happening in the dugout at Wrigley Field.
Anthony Rizzo, who apparently moonlights as everyone's favorite sports parent from middle school, brought some orange slices to Wednesday's Reds-Cubs game:
No word on whether they all pretended to have monster teeth after they finished eating (or who had to ask their dad to open their Capri Sun for them).