Jake Goldsbie is best known for his role as Toby Isaacs on Degrassi: The Next Generation — the dorky younger brother of Jimmy Brook's onetime girlfriend, Ashley. And while life has yet to mimic art and put him in the running to be Drake's brother-in-law, the Toronto-born actor is doing rather well for himself.
He currently co-hosts a podcast called Sportsfeld, and like any good sports-loving Torontonian, he's a regular attendee at Jays games. The team's home ball park, the Rogers Centre (formerly known as the Skydome), has a policy that allows guests to bring their own outside food into the stadium during games, and Goldsbie has been testing the limits of the rule in style lately.
Earlier this season, he brought an entire pizza to his seat.
We brought a whole pie to the Dome. pic.twitter.com/5uVqoAOK9Q— Jake Goldsbie (@JGoldsbie) June 9, 2016
For the next game he attended, a whopping 6.5 pounds of chicken wings from home were on the menu.
Today we brought 6.5 pounds of wings. pic.twitter.com/9L5ZDrLhCg— Jake Goldsbie (@JGoldsbie) June 10, 2016
Then there was a burrito.
SECURITY GUARD: What's in the bag?— Jake Goldsbie (@JGoldsbie) July 29, 2016
ME: A burrito
SECURITY GUARD: R-really? pic.twitter.com/xR4g13TkEM
His most recent food-related feat was by far the most impressive, though, taking things up a notch and arriving with a full-on charcuterie board in tow last weekend.
Honestly, if you're not making a charcuterie board at a baseball game, what are you even doing with your life? pic.twitter.com/UjpVwDhXD2— Jake Goldsbie (@JGoldsbie) August 12, 2016
The Jays are currently on the road, but who knows what hilarious and delicious treats Goldsbie will return with when his team steps back on to home turf.
Clearly the sky is the limit for this savvy sports fan — well, as long as the dome is open.
Thanks to Buzzfeed for the tasty tip.