At the beginning of each baseball season, stadiums reveal new menu additions. This year, stadiums have added a number of strange concoctions, such as apple pie nachos and a burger topped with a hot dog.
The Diamondbacks unveiled their original Churro Dog a couple years ago — a churro inside a Long John doughnut, topped with frozen yogurt, whipped cream and chocolate sauce. The new version at Chase Field includes Oreo cookie crumbs and strawberry topping.
Kansas City shows off its barbecue prowess at Kauffman Stadium with a pulled pork melt that includes onions, cheese, bacon, jalapeños and a bun made of funnel cake.
A few years ago, the Rangers began selling a Texas-sized hot dog that came on two feet of bun. Globe Life Park is now home to the M.V.T., which features the 2-foot hot dog stuffed in a tamale and covered in Texas Chili, nacho cheese and sour cream.
New at Citizens Bank Park, this sandwich includes house-made pita, lettuce, English cucumber, bell peppers, tomatoes and sesame mint yogurt sauce.
The Seattle Mariners added an item to their menu that perplexed fans: toasted chili and lime grasshoppers. Chapulines, as they are known in Spanish, are eaten in certain parts of Mexico.
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Dodger Stadium was already famous for its Dodger Dogs. Now you can order a burger that includes a grilled Dodger Dog on top. The burger consists of an Angus patty, a Dodger Dog, battered jalapeños, caramelized onions, tomato and barbecue sauce on a Pullman bun.
A bowl of apple pie nachos is shown at Coors Field in Denver. The $6-bowl consists of cinnamon-covered nacho chips, apple pie filling, cheddar cheese, topped with whipped cream and then drizzled with caramel sauce.
Citi Field, the home stadium of the New York Mets, has begun serving cookie dough from DO Cookie Dough Confections, a recently-established shop that has drawn large crowds.
In an area famous for its crabs, Oriole Park at Camden Yards offers pork rinds topped with cheese sauce, crab meat, Old Bay seasoning and scallions.