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We all enjoy idiosyncratic ballparks, right? So why don't baseball stadiums try using distinctive names for their concession offerings? For example, any team that Fred McGriff ever played for should be selling "Crime Dogs" instead of hot dogs. Here are some suggestions for team food concessions that get a little more creative than 'Dodger Dogs' do:

Boston Red Sox - Fenway Park:
Chicken Fingers = "Wade Boggs' Fingers"
Miller Lite = "Mueller Lite"
A Soft Pretzel = "An Eric Hetzel"

Chicago Cubs - Wrigley Field:
Root Beer = "Charlie Root Beer""
Bag of Peanuts = "Bag of Lowrey"
Cheese Fries = "Cheese Freys"
New Ice Cream Flavor: "Rocky Cherry"

Chicago White Sox - US Cellular Field:
Dippin' Dots = "Dippin' Dotsons"
Hot Dog = "A Calderon"

Cincinnati Reds - Cinergy Field:
Grolsch Beer = "Heinie Grohlsh Beer"

Cleveland Indians - Jacobs Field:
Lemon Chill = "Bob Lemon Chill"

Colorado Rockies - Coors Field:
Any stand that serves grilled food = "Bichette's Inferno"
Souvenir Stand = "John Vander Wal-Mart"

Detroit Tigers - Comerica Park:
Busch Beer = "Donnie Busch Beer"
ATM = "Norm Machine"
Lemon Chicken = "Chet Chicken"

Florida Marlins - Dolphins Stadium:
Barbecue Beef = "Barberie Q Beef"

Kansas City Royals - Kauffman Stadium:
Nachos = "Chip Ambres with Cheese"
Budweiser Beer = "BudBlacker Beer"

Houston Astros - Minute Maid Park:
Fried Fish = "Battered Kevin Bass"
Taco Stand = "Derek Bell Express"

Los Angeles Dodgers - Dodger Stadum:
Pizza = "Pepperoni Piazza"
Rum and Coke = "Mike Morgan and Coke"

New York Mets - Shea Stadium:
Hamburgers = "Ambiorix Burgers"
Any adjacent hotel = "Howard Johnson"

New York Yankees - Yankee Stadium:
A Pepsi = "a large Pepsitone"
Spaghetti = "Righetti and Meat Balls"

Oakland Athletics - Network Associates Coliseum:
Grape Juice = "Bob Welch's Juice"
Frozen Custard = "Jack's Custard"

Pittsburgh Pirates - PNC Park:
Bratwurst = "Simon's Prey"

San Francisco Giants - Willie Mays Field:
Cracker Jacks = "Cracker Clarks"
Snow Cones = "J.T. Cones"

St. Louis Cardinals - Busch Stadium:
Bread choice = "white, wheat, or multi-Joe Magrane"

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