The Texas Rangers might have spent as much time acquiring new players as they did making their new ballpark menus this offseason. Prince Fielder and Shin Soo-Choo will be joined by frozen beer and “The Choomongous” sub this year at Globe Life Park.
“The Choomongous” continues the Rangers’ tradition of selling super-long items, such as the famous Boomstick hot dog.
— Richard Durrett (@espn_durrett) March 26, 2014
The frozen beer is an even better idea. Games during the summer can be tough to enjoy due to the sweltering temperatures. Especially when your cold beverage becomes lukewarm in a matter of minutes.
Frozen beer is at Rangers games too. pic.twitter.com/sctVSecDwR
— Anthony Andro (@aandro) March 26, 2014
According to Fox Sports Southwest’s Anthony Andro, this new concoction will cost $7.75 and be served at 20 degrees cooler than a normal beer.
The most popular addition will probably be bacon on a stick, though. A piece of thick Hungarian smoked bacon, roughly three-quarters of an inch, will be dipped in maple syrup and served on stick. This treat will cost $7.00.
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) March 26, 2014
The Rangers enhance their game experience by mixing up their ballpark food every year. The creativity and variety of choices gives the fans even more reasons to return to Globe Life Park. The type of food at concession stands may not be the reason people attend baseball games, but it’s certainly a plus in Arlington.
Unless you’re going on diet, of course.