Baseball games, to me at least, require the consumption of a hot dog (or Premio sausage sammich). But the folks in Milwaukee who tailgated outside Miller Park before Opening Day on Friday -- Good Friday! -- were stuck in a quandary.

Should they observe the Catholic teaching and not eat meat on Friday during Lent? Or, should they observe baseball tradition and tailgating's social mores of slapping meat on a grill, cooking it, then eating it?

Keep in mind, this is a city and stadium that gives us the "Famous Racing Sausages" every game.

What to do, what to do? Here's a interesting video produced by the AP that seeks the answers to these questions.

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