Astros’ third baseman Alex Bregman will see his salsa bought at his place of employment.
From the movie-like YouTube videos to meet-and-greets, Alex Bregman has pushed his new salsa line, Breggy Bomb Salsa, in full force. The Houston Astros‘ third baseman remained busy during his time on the injured list, as his salsa was sold online and at local H-E-B grocery stores in the Houston area.
Now, the All-Star will see his salsa sold at Minute Maid Park, starting Friday, Sept. 10 against the Los Angeles Angels. The menu item features blue and orange chips with a side of Breggy Bomb Salsa:
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A price has not been set, but every fan will have the opportunity to enjoy Breggy Bomb Salsa starting Friday, as the Astros continue their homestand against the Angels. The three-game series will conclude on Sunday, while the team travels to Arlington.
"“So excited that fans will now be able to enjoy Breggy Bomb Salsa at Astros games,” Bregman said. “What a great way to enjoy Astros wins!”"
The salsa might say “Not as Hot,” but that doesn’t describe Bregman himself. The right-hander is slashing .385/.407/.654 in his last seven games (26 at-bats) with two ‘Breggy Bombs.’
Although taking games off for work load, Bregman has bounced back mightily from his injury with two late-game home runs electrifying Minute Maid Park.