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What? No tater tot hotdish?
Instead, how about something that actually tastes good like Smack Shack, Nate Dog's, World Street Kitchen, or one of the many other food truck options that the Twins won't let get anywhere near the stadium and have made absolutely no effort whatsoever to collaborate with...I am really happy I can finally get a baked potato at the ballpark on hot summer day...
And will the potato go for $12.00 to match up with the $8.00 beers. Bring your Gold Cards!
I don't understand this ballpark food appeal. Why would you spend big money to buy tickets then pay to eat food you could eat for 1/4 price (with better quality) if you were not at the game. Are people incapable of going 3 hours without eating?
Sweet Martha's Cookies. Just imagine it.
That's an old photo. Morneau batting and no scoreboard in right field?
Is it just me, or is everyone else sick of seeing Joe Mauer on just about every page of the Sunday coupons?
@jacerk: It's for the novelty. I am willing to bet a fair amount of fans attending only go once or twice a year (especially after last year's dismal season). If you are visiting from Fargo, they are going to go for the "full experience."
Pearson's salted nut rolls are awesome. I am glad they will be available this summer.
Looking forward to pounding a few Surly's at the old (new) ball park this year. That right there is the bee's knees.
I would trade all the saturated fat in the world for Joe Nathan, Matt Garza, Nick Punto, Wilson Ramos, Jesse Crain, cutting of Matt Capps and Yoshi.... Basically an undo of any roster move made under the insufferable Bill Smith. Hopefully the food will compensate for the mediocre product on the field.
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