The Biggest and Baddest Ballpark Foods

Fifteen-scoop sundaes, 4,900-calorie burgers--are your ballpark favorites on the list? (8 Photos)

Alex Berg on Jun 10, 2010 at 8:58AM

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The Biggest and Baddest Ballpark Foods

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A Soft Pretzel to Feed an Army

Coughing up $15 for a pretzel might seem ludicrous, but what about for a pretzel that weighs two pounds? At Chicago ball parks Wrigley Field and U.S. Cellular Field, and Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, fans can root for their favorite pinch hitter while noshing on the Victory Knot, a pizza-sized pretzel. Originally conceived at Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, the pretzel is meant to serve four and comes with chipotle mustard, beer cheese and spicy brown mustard dipping sauces. If a regular pretzel you get at the mall has more than 300 calories, we don't want to know how many calories this really has. It already sounds like a diet defeat.

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