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Texas Rangers Introduce Wild New Concession-Stand Items for 2015 Playoffs

via @darrenrovell
Kyle NewportFeatured Columnist IVDecember 5, 2016

As if watching the American League West champions play in the postseason wasn't a good enough reason, the Texas Rangers have introduced new concession-stand items that should draw fans to Globe Life Park this October.

ESPN's Darren Rovell and David Duitch of the Dallas Morning News tweeted out pictures of the Rangers' new food items, and Sarah Blaskovich of GuideLive reported what the prices will be. Anyone who is a fan of combining different foods and trying new things should keep reading.

Perhaps the craziest new item is the "Sweet Spot Cotton Candy Dog" ($10), a hot dog packed with sugar. No ketchup or relish is needed because it is topped with "cotton candy-infused mustard" and cotton candy.

Although that crazy combination alone would get some fans interested, the Rangers didn't stop there.

Putting another spin on hot dogs, the Inside Out Hot Dog ($26) will be served with a pretzel roll:

But wait, there's more. Ladies and gentlemen, the Elvis Jabberdog brownie ($26):

Per Blaskovich, there is also an Elvis Jabberdog Junior ($13), which is half the size of the original.

Last but not least, the one-pound Top-n-Go Cheetos ($26):

That's a bag of Cheetos filled with cheese, meat, sour cream and jalapenos.

It's safe to say Rangers fans won't go hungry at the ballpark this postseason. They may go broke, though.

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