10-Year-Old's Smoothie Recipe Distributed at Wrigley

By Steve Bryant
|  Wednesday, Sep 2, 2009  |  Updated 7:56 PM CDT
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Anthony Davis Jr. -- just 10 -- got to hand out his winning smoothie recipe and smoothie cups to fans entering Wednesday's Cubs game at Wrigley Field.

Anthony Davis Jr. -- just 10 -- got to hand out his winning smoothie recipe and smoothie cups to fans entering Wednesday's Cubs game at Wrigley Field.

He's a smooth one, alright.

A 10-year-old's winning smoothie recipe was tucked into 10,000 cups being passed out at Wrigley Field today.

Anthony Davis Jr. won a July tasteoff for the Midwest Dairy Council's "Perfect Game Smoothie Contest" for a yogurt, pineapple and banana creation called "The Riot," in honor of Cubs shortstop Ryan "The Riot" Theriot.

Davis, a member of the Inner-City Little League, beat out several other finalists to win the honor.

To win, Davis blended his smoothie for Theriot, Cubs Athletic Director Mark O’Neal, and a representative of the National Dairy CouncilEach taste tester "sipped and scored" the three finalists' concoctions before declaring Davis the winner.

Below, footage from the taste testing event.

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