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6 Deliciously Heart-Stopping Ballpark Foods

March 6, 2015

You can get these real foods at Major League ballparks…but you probably shouldn’t eat anything else for the rest of the week if you do.

  • Last year, the Arizona Diamondbacks made headlines with The D-Bat Dog—an 18-inch long corndog stuffed with bacon and cheese (at a price of a mere $25). This year, the concession stands at Chase Field have come up with something even more delicious and unhealthy: the Churro Dog. They take a chocolate long-john donut, split it down the middle like a dog bun, and place inside a cinnamon churro topped with caramel, chocolate sauce, and a few scoops of vanilla frozen yogurt. And it’s only $8.50!
  • At U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago (where the White Sox play), you can get a three-pound banana split. It consists of 12 scoops of vanilla, strawberry, and chocolate ice cream (four each), and is drizzled with caramel, strawberry sauce, chocolate sauce, cherries, and covers a couple of healthy bananas. It contains 5,000 calories and costs $17.
  • You can’t go to Baltimore without eating some of the local specialty, crab. You can even get it at Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles. The Walk Off is a foot-long sausage, wrapped in pretzel dough, baked, and then smothered in crab dip. (Cost: $15.)
  • The Closer is available at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. It’s a grilled cheese sandwich, but each piece of bread is an entire grilled cheese sandwich. Between the sandwiches are bacon, and nine different kinds of cheese.
  • Tropicana Field, home of the Tampa Bay Rays, has a challenge for you: the Fan vs. Food Burger. It’s four pounds of beef, cheese, bacon, and all the trimmings. It’s the size of a dinner plate and as tall as three Bathroom Readers (which you’ll probably need if you eat the whole thing). If you can finish the $30 burger (along with a pound of French fries), you get a free T-shirt, and two free tickets to a future Rays game.
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