MLB Menus Offer Absurd Creations to Draw Fans

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.

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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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