The Associated Press reports that a man sued the Kansas City Royals baseball team claiming that he was injured when the team’s mascot, Sluggerrr, threw a hot dog into the stands that hit him in the eye.  The plaintiff is asking for damages exceeding $25,000.  Clearly Sluggerrr should have cut the hot dog into pea-sized pieces before throwing it into the stands, which is what the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends.  See “Food Police’s Next Target – Hot Dogs.”  See also “Dog-Flinging Mascot Blamed for Eye Injury.”  Here’s the plaintiff’s complaint.  I am sure there are some people who would say that Sluggerrr would not have throw the dangerous missile and the injury would not have occurred if the hot dog had a warning label on it that said, “do not throw hot dog at fans at a baseball game – could cause injury.”