If you go to a baseball game, it's almost sacrilegious (unless you are vegan) not to order a hot dog. It's just something you do, and they always taste better when you're at the ballpark. A Triple-A pitcher in the Yankees system knew that, which is why he gave a young fan a baseball for his hot dog in an underrated deadline deal. Take a look:
This Yankees AAA reliever traded a baseball for a hot dog. Who won the deal? (via Andrewsimoncelli88/IG) pic.twitter.com/LZybWCkJbs— 12up (@12upSport) April 29, 2019
Whether the ball was signed or not, this is a win for both parties. The kid gets a baseball from the game, something people usually fight over, and the pitcher gets to fill his stomach up with a delicious hot dog.
A regular ballpark hotdog for just a ball out of the bucket. Both win. I would have tried to have him sign it tho for a couple of ⚾⚾— JΛY (@Username__Jay) April 29, 2019
If you have to pick, though, the player probably won. It was most likely a random ball from the bucket, and in exchange, he got himself a hot dog he didn't have to pay for.
This is just another example proving that baseball and hot dogs simply...go together.