Le Creuset hits a home run – with their new MLB collection
The cookware brand launches a pitch-perfect collection with the MLB that will leave everyone cheering
Baseball fanatics will tell you that when it comes to the baseball season that you should prepare for the unexpected. But we hadn't anticipated Le Creuset's latest dutch oven collaboration – with the MLB.
That's right: Major League Baseball has teamed up with the French cookware manufacturer to release four brand-new, limited-edition cast iron dutch ovens – it's a grand-slam, literally.
The collection is designed with a stainless steel knob on the lid, easy-to-clean and durable enamel that resists dulling, staining, chipping, and cracking, as well as a light-colored smooth interior enamel that allows easy monitoring of cooking progress.
And if you're wondering which teams Le Creuset is letting you bring to dinner this season? Continue scrolling below.
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1.The Chicago Cubs
Le Creuset x MLB Chicago Cubs Dutch Oven for $450, at Le Creuset
Show your support in style this season with the help of this Le Creuset Chicago Cubs dutch oven. Designed in the team's signature baby blue shade and equipped with all the bells and whistles, this dutch oven will be around for the long run — including extra innings.
2. The New York Yankees
Le Creuset x New York Yankees for $450, at Le Creuset
Sure, Yankee's slugger Aaron Judge might be struggling with an oblique issue this season, but this enameled dutch oven will ensure we 'all rise' to the occasion (or recipe) — Judge or not.
3. The Boston Red Sox
Le Creuset x Boston Red Sox for $450, at Le Creuset
Picture this: Taking the cover off of this lightweight cast iron, unveiling the most sumptuous meal, as Sweet Caroline plays in the background — the seventh-inning stretch has never been sweeter.
4. The Los Angeles Dodgers
Le Creuset x Los Angeles Dodgers for $450, at Le Creuset
Clayton Kershaw is not the only thing heating up this season — so is this cast iron. Designed to deliver superior heat distribution and retention, as the tight-fitting lids circulate steam and return moisture to the food, it's sure to blank any other dutch oven on the market.
Brittany Romano wrote for Homes & Gardens as a U.S. Shopping Editor. A graduate of New England College, Brittany started her career as a freelance fashion market assistant at Marie Claire. She later joined AMI, where she designed a highly profitable commerce vertical. Noted for her award-winning content, she's covered everything from celebrity beauty hacks to the most lavish home decor.
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