Everybody knows about the Fenway Frank, but the Texas Rangers ballpark has introduced a menu item that is on an entirely different level.
After offering a hot dog that weighed half of a pound during this past World Series, the restaurant staff wanted to up the ante, according to a story on ESPN.com
Casey Rapp, the manager of concessions at the ballpark claims the massive hot dog probably has somewhere between 2,000 and 3,000 calories in it and is meant to serve four people. Nicknamed the "Boomstick" after Nelson Cruz, the hot dog sells for $26.
This isn't the first time that the Rangers have sold concessions of the giant variety. Last season, a three-pound pretzel was introduced and was actually a pretty big success in Arlington
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