Raze announcers share a laugh over shocking breakfast choice

Tampa Bay Rays helmets and pads in the dugout during the game of a doubleheader against the Baltimore Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on June 27, 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland.  The Rays won 5–2.
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“Taco Tuesday” is a favorite among many people around the world.

The feeling is mutual in the sports world as well.

It is a famous celebration of serving tacos and everyone gets a chance to enjoy it.

However, Tampa Bay Rays broadcaster Andy Freed made a questionable choice for this recent Taco Tuesday.

During a Rays game against the Oakland Athletics, field reporter Tricia Whitaker called out Freed for putting ketchup on his tacos and freaking out everyone else in the room.

Freed admits to doing so and professes his love for ketchup on tacos.

The lighthearted video exchange can be seen in the tweet below.

Ketchup on tacos?

It sure is new.

Freed and fellow announcer Brian Anderson both discussed the “ketchup on tacos” fiasco and compared it to NFL quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ own Taco Tuesdays.

But Whittaker made sure to expose Freed for his decision to put ketchup on his tacos instead of salsa.

It’s certainly an interesting choice by Freed, but to each his own.

However fans, players, journalists, or broadcasters want to enjoy their tacos too, they can.

Either way, Raze announcers shared a good laugh at Freed’s questionable food choice on Tuesday, and Freed even admitted to earning everyone around him his own unique way of celebrating.

Even in baseball among announcers, it is a popular day of the week and should be celebrated.

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