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The 5 most extreme ball park foods

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It's that time again! The time to eat our favorite snacks at the ball park while we cheer on our favorite team.

While Cincinnati likes to eat Skyline, these other teams like to snack on their own hometown favorites!

The top 5 most extreme ball park foods:

The Choomongous  - Texas Rangers fans chow down on an extreme chili dog during the games.

The Poutine Dog – The Detroit Dodgers like to watch the game with French Fries and gravy.

Bacon on a Stick – The Texas Rangers give a free shirt to anyone who eats this.  

The D-Bat – Arizona Diamondbacks fans eat 18-inch corn dogs during the game.

Fan vs. Food Burger – The Tampa Bay Rays eat an extremely large, messy burger during baseball season. Check out the video above to see it!

Do you know a team that serves an extreme food at their ball park? Tweet us @FOX19! 

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