Word of God says that they went through a McDonalds drive-thru on the way out to the field, and Jake, because he's a nice guy and has the best-paying job of any of them, bought a bagful of McMuffins, sausage biscuits and hash browns for breakfast for everybody.
He bought plenty- especially considering the girls, being somewhat calorie-conscious, didn't eat as many as he thought- and so there are still three or four sitting in the bag in the car.
Sandy was kinda hoping he'd eat it anyway. She knew she was going to burn off plenty of calories during the day, but still didn't want to pack on any more artificial-sausage grease than she had to.
There's a cooler of sandwiches, water and sports drinks in the trunk.
Oh, and for practice, they all brought some cheap Flying Furball paint, the economy brand made by Ursa, a company of whom Doc owns close to 15% of their stock. Neither Pirta nor Sandy can tell the difference, but Tawny has noticed it doesn't shoot as well as Fuzzball or even Ursa Premium. She's thinking of going over to the target range between games and trying a different size barrel back.
There's also a CD of Steely Dan's Gaucho in Jake's car stereo, which is only there due to some confusion that occurred on one of Jake and Pirta's first dates, when a convoluted conversation wound up with both of them thinking the other liked it.
Also, the left front tire of Jake's car is slightly low. He should get that checked.