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Posted: Tuesday July 20, 2010 11:08AM ; Updated: Tuesday July 20, 2010 11:20AM
The All-Star Ballpark Menu
Item Comment Est. Calories Price
BBQ Chicken Nachos Toronto Blue Jays
BBQ Chicken Nachos (Rogers Centre)

"Located in the Muddy Market in section 109 of the Rogers Centre, the BBQ chicken nachos are a cut above the standard chips and cheese sauce. Served in the midst of foods ranging from sushi to traditional Mediterranean, the Nachos are a fantastic example of Toronto's fine offerings."-- Lee Feiner, SI.com

513 $9.00
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BBQ Stuffed Baked Potato Houston Astros
BBQ Stuffed Baked Potato (Minute Maid Park)

"Smothered with cheese and stuffed with renowned Texas-style beef brisket, the barbeque stuffed baked potato is topped with onions and jalapeno peppers for a finishing touch."-- Brett LoGiurato, SI.com

761 $8.00
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Camacho Nachos Los Angeles Dodgers
Camacho Nachos (Dodger Stadium)

"Adding pinches of flavor to the usual stadium nachos, the Camacho Nachos are topped with guacamole, pico de gallo and sour cream. Choose chicken or carne asada."-- B.L., SI.com

650 $8.50
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Cleveland Pops Popcorn Triple Mix Cleveland Indians
Cleveland Pops Popcorn Triple Mix (Progressive Field)

"New in 2010, the Indians offer gourmet-flavored popcorn in three tastes: traditional, caramel and cheese. Or, there's the option of choosing the flavor-blasted mix of all three different kinds."-- B.L., SI.com

200 $7.50
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Corn off the cob Chicago White Sox
Corn off the cob (Cellular Field)

"The White Sox offer a few healthier selections, including the grilled 'corn off the cob.' The corn is cut off the cob and served in a bowl with a choice of lime, red pepper, and for the more indulgent, cheese or mayonnaise on top."-- L.F., SI.com

386 $4.50
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Crab Fries Philadelphia Phillies
Crab Fries (Citizens Bank)

"A confusing name: The crab fries are so named for being coated in spices consisting primarily of Old Bay seasoning; they're 100 percent seafood free! Invented at the famous south Philadelphia sports bar Chickie's and Pete's, the crab fries are accompanied by cheese dipping sauce."-- Peter, aka "Whole Camels", The Good Phight Phillies Blog

700 $6.00
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Gilroy Garlic Fries San Francisco Giants
Gilroy Garlic Fries (AT&T Park)

"AT&T Park's signature food item is a tray of fries smothered in a mixture of garlic (fresh from the city of Gilroy, aka the garlic capital of the world), olive oil, parsley, salt, and pepper. You'll think you don't want any, then someone next to you gets an order, you get a whiff of all the mouth-watering garlic, and then somehow you've finished two orders of them yourself before the end of the 5th inning. They're that good."-- Dave Tobener, Golden Gate Giants

500 $7.00
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Ichiroll Seattle Mariners
Ichiroll (Safeco Field)

"Eating sushi at ballpark for the first time feels odd. Yet, it's common-place to see fans all around eating Ichirolls in the stands. The roll itself is less flamboyant than the man it's named after. It's a standard spicy tuna roll combination that's extra spicy and has a bit of wasabi to provide some kick that's prepared in front of you by real sushi chefs. It's a tasty sushi roll with good flavor and a light alternative to typical artery-clogging ballpark foods."-- Ryan Divish, Seattle News Tribune

295 $10.00
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North Side Twist Chicago Cubs
North Side Twist (Wrigley Field)

"The Northside Twist is something never seen at a Chicago ballpark before last year. It is, at first glance, just a giant soft pretzel, complete with salt and three sauces -- nacho cheese, a couple of choices of mustard, and a 'sweet' frosting type sauce, which is supposed to be your 'dessert.' You likely won't have room for that dessert."-- Al Yellon, Bleed Cubbie Blue

1480 $15.00
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Rocky Mountain Oysters Colorado Rockies
Rocky Mountain Oysters (Coors Field)

"It takes cajones to eat the Rocky Mountain Oysters at Coors Field. There's a regional spirit to the item -- but it's hard to get past the obvious: you are eating a bull's testicles. The taste depends on who you ask. As with anything fried, the batter overloads the senses. It compares loosely to calamari or even oysters. It's not for everyone. It takes a big set of, um, courage."-- Troy Renck, The Denver Post

190 $7.50
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Shake Shack Milk Shake New York Mets
Shake Shack Milk Shake (Citi Field)

"Described as what happens when soft serve 'shacks' up with premium ice cream, the Shake Shack frozen custard at Citi Field has already become a staple in the park's second year. Hand-spun vanilla, chocolate, black and white, caramel and peanut butter shakes dot the menu."-- B.L., SI.com

550 $7.00
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Walleye Minnesota Twins
Walleye (Target Field)

"Always a popular food at the Minnesota state fair each year, the Twins decided to open their park with their state's fish. It's battered, fried and placed on a stick to give fans in the Twin Cities a hometown treat."-- B.L., SI.com

390 $11.00
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Arizona Dog Arizona Diamondbacks
Arizona Dog (Chase Field)

"This specialty dog is topped with nacho cheese, chorizo and tri-colored tortilla strips for a distinct southwestern flavor. 'This should come with a warning -- eat at your own risk,' cautions nutritionist Lona Sandon of its estimated 1,046 calories."-- Brett LoGiurato, SI.com

1046 $9.00
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Arthur Bryant's BBQ Ribs Kansas City Royals
Arthur Bryant's BBQ Ribs (Kauffman Stadium)

"No trip to Kansas City is complete without a trip to Arthur Bryant's BBQ on Brooklyn Avenue. A slab of ribs, slow cooked to perfection, is the perfect meal before a trip to Kauffman Stadium for a Royals game."-- Lee Feiner, SI.com

1150 $17.95
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Ball-tip sandwich Oakland Athletics
Ball-tip sandwich (Alameda Coliseum)

"Craving tri-tip? The Kinder's balltip steak sandwich is a must-try. Marinated and smothered in barbecue sauce, the sandwich comes on a French roll with lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise."-- Joe Stiglich, InsideBayArea.com

810 $8.50
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Big Dog Texas Rangers
Big Dog (Ballpark in Arlington)

"Everything's bigger in Texas, including this signature hot dog at the Ballpark in Arlington. A one-third pound hot dog is loaded with chili meat and nacho cheese and topped with grilled onions. 'Equals big waist and gut,' dietician Sandon said of this estimated 948-calorie meal."-- B.L., SI.com

948 $8.25
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Boog's BBQ Hickory Smoked Pork Sandwich Baltimore Orioles
Boog's BBQ Hickory Smoked Pork Sandwich (Camden Yards)

"The biggest compliment to Boog is that everybody wanted to send some of the kids out to get Boog's BBQ sent down instead of getting catered food. The stuff is really, really great. It's a nice signature item for our ballpark."-- Cal Ripken Jr., Orioles Hall of Famer and spokesman for the Cheerios "Do What You Love" contest at cheerios.com/love.

450 $9.00
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Bratwurst Milwaukee Brewers
Bratwurst (Miller Park)

"As Milwaukee's signature sausage, bratwurst even outsells hot dogs at Miller Park, making it the only stadium in which sausages unseat franks as the top dog."-- B.L., SI.com

432 $4.50
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Cha Cha Bowl San Francisco Giants
Cha Cha Bowl (AT&T Park)

"Cha Cha Bowl: "The Cha-Cha Bowl (named for Hall-of-Famer Orlando "Cha-Cha" Cepeda), mixes black beans, rice, jerk chicken, and pineapple salsa to form one of the most uniquely delicious ballpark foods in the country."-- Dave Tobener, Golden Gate Giants

777 $9.75
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Cheese Coney Cincinnati Reds
Cheese Coney (Great American Ballpark)

"The Skyline Cheese Coney is a Cincinnati original. What makes it unique is the finely ground 'Cincinnati Style' chili that contains a touch of cocoa. The spiciness of the chili is balanced by the massive pile of cool shredded cheddar cheese that tops it off. Add mustard or onions if you choose, and have your very own Queen City staple."-- Joel Luckhaupt, Red Reporter

340 $4.00
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Coney Dog Detroit Tigers
Coney Dog (Comerica Park)

"Not to be confused with the Flint-style Coney dog, this Detroit establishment is topped and smothered in chili and cheese and served throughout Comerica Park. Detroit's unique style of Coney dog is typified by a stronger presence of chili and cumin powders."-- B.L., SI.com

265 $5.00
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Dodger Dog Los Angeles Dodgers
Dodger Dog (Dodger Stadium)

"Whether classically grilled or steamed, the Dodger Dog is always a prominent item in Chavez Ravine. According to the National Hot Dog & Sausage Council's annual survey, about 1.2 million Dodger Dogs will be consumed this season."-- B.L., SI.com

240 $5.00
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Fenway Sausages Boston Red Sox
Fenway Sausages (Fenway Park)

"In the shadow of Fenway Park at the confluence of Yawkey Way and Brookline Avenue, the powerful aroma of flowing brew from the Lansdowne pubs wafts over to mix with the smell of sausages sizzling away with all the accoutrements on the griddles of an army of street vendors. If there was ever a vision of baseball heaven, a street sausage and a cold beer at the oldest stadium in the Major Leagues might be it."-- L.F., SI.com

640 $6.75
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Fish Taco San Diego Padres
Fish Taco (Petco Park)

"Rubio's famous Baja-style fish tacos are served at Petco Park, where the flavors of crispy beer-battered fish, shredded cabbage, salsa and tangy white sauce combine on a soft or hard flour tortilla."-- B.L., SI.com

270 $4.00
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Half Smoke Washington Nationals
Half Smoke (Nationals Park)

"Coming from local D.C. spot Ben's Chili Bowl, the Nationals' signature dog is a half-smoke sausage covered with chili, shredded cheese, diced onions and mustard."-- B.L., SI.com

900 $6.75
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Halo Dog Los Angeles Angels
Halo Dog (Angel Stadium of Anaheim)

"Major League Dogs, a new concession stand, features five new hot dogs, including the Halo Dog. The Halo is a footlong dog wrapped in bacon and piled high with jack cheese, charro beans and Anaheim peppers. Amazing."-- Jeff Overley, Orange County Register

653 $6.50
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The Hammer Atlanta Braves
The Hammer (Turner Field)

"Packed between two lightly toasted waffles is a southern-fried, boneless, chicken cutlet, covered in fried onion straws, two strips of bacon, pepper jack cheese, and a lightly sweet, maple mayonnaise, combining together to create a sandwich with a myriad of flavors and a satisfying crunch, in every bite."-- Danny Hong, Talking Chop Braves Blog

1094 $14.00
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Juicy Lucy Burgers Minnesota Twins
Juicy Lucy Burgers (Target Field)

"Inside the Town Ball Tavern behind the left-field foul pole at brand new Target Field in Minneapolis you'll find Juicy Lucy Burgers. This Minnesota institution features a hamburger with the cheese inside the beef."-- L.F., SI.com

600 $12.00
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Lobel's Prime Beef Sandwich New York Yankees
Lobel's Prime Beef Sandwich (Yankee Stadium)

"Lobel's, an Upper East Side staple since 1840, has taken its wares to Yankee Stadium. They have a carving station in the stadium, and the meat is then cooked to a juicy medium rare before stadium employees stack it high on an onion bun. The meat melts in your mouth, and while a horseradish topping is available, the sandwich is definitely flavorful enough without the added spice."-- Ben Kabak, River Ave. Blues

464 $15.00
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Paella Florida Marlins
Paella (Sun Life Stadium)

"Complete with fresh steamed seafood and spicy chorizo, traditional seafood, sausage and vegetable paellas mark the signature food item at Sun Life Stadium. Started during Miami's hosting of the Super Bowl in February, the item has carried over into the baseball season with success."-- B.L., SI.com

660 $10.00
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Primanti Bros. Sandwich Pittsburgh Pirates
Primanti Bros. Sandwich (PNC Ballpark)

"Cole slaw. And French fries. Right in the middle of your sammich. That's when differentiates Primanti Bros., or, as it's pronounced in 'Pittsburghese': Permanny's. The inner-city original, which Michael Jordan never missed the moment he flew into Pittsburgh, has spread around the city and was a logical choice for PNC Park. The smell of the grilled meats, not to mention the fries, wafts through the right-field stands. Wonder if Lastings Milledge ever gets a hankering?"-- Chuck Finder, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

1200 $7.50
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The Schmitter Philadelphia Phillies
The Schmitter (Citizens Bank Ballpark)

"Imagine a classic Philly cheesesteak crossed with a Reuben, and you're sort of close. Thin-sliced rib-eye steak on a round Kaiser roll with three slices of cheese, fried onions, sliced tomatoes, a slice of grilled salami, and a "special sauce" that bears a suspicious resemblance to Russian dressing. The salami and the sauce provide a tangy bite that perfectly complements the onions and meat."-- Peter, aka "Whole Camels," The Good Phight Phillies Blog

906 $8.50
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Toasted Ravioli St. Louis Cardinals
Toasted Ravioli (Busch Stadium)

"Made famous in St. Louis, it's only fitting that toasted ravioli would make an appearance in Busch Stadium. There, the ravioli come nine to an order, breaded, toasted and topped with cheese and served with marinara dipping sauce."-- B.L., SI.com

377 $9.00
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Ybor City Cuban Sandwich Tampa Bay Rays
Ybor City Cuban Sandwich (Tropicana Field)

"Origins may go back to Cuba, but the Cuban sandwich is truly a Tampa specialty. The Cuban sandwich at Tropicana Field is a solid representation - ham, pork, Swiss cheese and mustard on pressed Cuban bread. And good."-- Mark Topkin, St. Petersburg Times

700 $5.00
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