PRESS RELEASE – The off-season taste testing is complete, and the Toledo Mud Hens are introducing a wide array of new food and beverage options for fans at Fifth Third Field. Here are the new menu items fans can enjoy beginning Opening Day on April 4.
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During “#NewFoodWeek” across the team’s social media channels, the Lehigh Valley IronPigs introduced the new items that will be available around the Coca-Cola Park concourse, as well as items exclusive to the club-level menu. Read more here.
The Minnesota Twins and Delaware North Sportservice — the team’s exclusive food, beverage and retail partner — have announced Target Field will now offer select concessions at family-friendly prices during the 2019 season. Included in the new pricing will be:
• Schweigert™ Hot Dog – $4
• Nachos – $4
• Soft Pretzels – $4
• Peanuts – $3
• Popcorn – $3
• 16oz Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew or Sierra Mist – $2
• 12oz Budweiser or Bud Light – $5
Check out our Waffle-Battered Chicken Sliders and the @PizzaLogs Apple Pie Logs that made it on @LastWeekTonight with @iamjohnoliver and their roundup of new ballpark foods across the country! https://t.co/OQcZRQGTY9
— Buffalo Bisons (@BuffaloBisons) April 2, 2018
Ahead of the Minnesota Twins’ Opening Day game against the Kansas City Royals on Monday, a local alt-weekly publication takes a look at and ranks the new eats at Target Field. Read more here.
Over the past few years, baseball teams have battled for the most outrageous food items. It’s a race that continues into the 2017 season. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
The Milwaukee Brewers will provide an official media preview March 29 of the team’s $20 million food-and-beverage-concession upgrade at Miller Park, but stadium district board members Tuesday took their own tour of the progress on the project. Read more and view slideshow here.
Greg Hernandez, general manager of hospitality services, and Tait Guthrie, executive chef, manage the food service for the Sugar Land Skeeters at Constellation Field, home of the Sugar Land Skeeters (Independent Professional, Atlantic League). Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
Major League Baseball’s opening day is just a week away, and the big parks across the country have introduced new food items that will bust your gut (and probably your wallet too). We have posted few links to some of them, but there are more. The Texas Rangers’ $27 “Wicked Pig” is just ridiculous. Read more and view photos here.
PRESS RELEASE – Corvallis Knights games have always been about more than just baseball. There’s running the bases after the game, photographs with Mack the Knight and Lil’ K (now Lil’ King), and participating in the many on-field promotions that have made a trip to Goss Stadium “Affordable Family Fun” for the past eight summers. Continue reading
Take bigger crowds, add higher average spending per person and the result is enough hot dogs, beer and sodas sold to triple what the Triple-A Charlotte Knights (International League) did last season. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – Ovations Food Services is pleased to announce the lineup of local eateries that will operate as concessionaires at Southwest University Park. They are Chihua Raspas, Leo’s, Peter Piper Pizza, Slush ‘AE, Southwest Kettle Corn and Triple Play Turkey Feast. Continue reading
The Columbus Clippers baseball team is expected to decide by year-end who will feed many of its fans next season after the food-service provider Sodexo ends its contract at Huntington Park in December. Read more here.
The site Webstaurantstore.com has put together a graphic illustrating the range of prices fans pay for tickets, beer, and hot dogs a MLB Ballparks. Read more here.
While hot dogs and hamburgers remain the bedrock foodfare at ballparks across america, teams are doing more to cater to the variety of tastes and demands of today’s fans. Venue operators are now offering local flavors, gourmet and heathier creations, and engaging cuisine to drive sales and enhance the overall ballpark experience. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
RESS RELEASE – Delaware North Companies, which serves fans at major sports venues around the world, knows how crucial a diverse food lineup is to your Super Bowl party. Continue reading
Travel Channel’s Man vs. Food series took their show on the road to three minor league ballparks, including the West Michigan White Caps, Charleston RiverDogs, and Gateway Grizzlies. Host Adam Richman gobbled up tasty ballpark eats, like the RiverDog’s Homewrecker Dog. Read more and view promo here.