Ballpark Menus Vary Between Rangers, Giants

The Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants are in the same World Series but have different ballpark cultures. In San Francisco, you can buy a ChaCha rice bowl, a crab sandwich or sushi. There is no sushi in the Rangers' stadium. But there is the Ranger Tater: a fully-loaded baked potato with brisket on top.

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The Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants are in the same World Series but have different ballpark cultures. If you attend a series game in San Francisco, you can buy a ChaCha rice bowl, a crab sandwich, or sushi. Texas takes a different approach. There is no sushi in the Rangers stadium. But you can pay $9 for a half pound hot dog. You can also buy the Ranger Tater, described as a fully-loaded baked potato with brisket on top.

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