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The Best New Baseball Park Foods

The editors at Food Network Magazine checked out the food at all 30 Major League stadiums and picked nine standout bites — one for each inning. Eater up!
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Pulled Pork Pierogi Stacker at PNC Park (Pittsburgh Pirates)

PNC Park ran a contest in 2011 asking fans to designate a signature sandwich, and the Pulled Pork Pierogi Stacker won top honors. It's smoked pulled pork, onion jam and two boiled pierogi on a pretzel bun — all meant to honor the city's Polish and Eastern European residents.

 

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Sweet Spot Cotton Candy Dog at Globe Life Park (Texas Rangers)

Globe Life Park is famous for its over-the-top franks — the stadium sells 16 options in all. Inspiration for this cotton candy–topped dog came from a player: A concessions manager was brainstorming toppings when he spotted Rangers first-baseman Prince Fielder snacking on cotton candy. The sauce on top is blue cotton candy mixed with yellow mustard (hence the green color).

 

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S'mores Bacon on a Stick at Citi Field (New York Mets)

The Pig Guy stand at Citi Field sells three kinds of bacon on a stick, but the fan favorite is the one that's dunked in chocolate and rolled in a crushed graham cracker and marshmallow mixture. Yes, s'mores-flavored smoked pork belly sounds like a bad idea, but most people go from "That's gross" to "This is amazing" in less than a bite.

 

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Cleveland Caramel Fries at Progressive Field (Cleveland Indians)

This dish started with a Chopped-style challenge: The park's concessions manager asked his team to create a new menu item based on fresh-cut fries — and whatever else was in the kitchen. The result was deep-fried spuds drenched in caramel and chocolate sauce, with a heaping side of whipped cream. Word has it the staffers will sneak you a sample if you're skeptical.

 

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