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[[DRAFT]] Ball Park Foods Breakdown

Batter up! Summer means it's time to hit your nearby stadium and see a baseball game. Before you hurl yourself at the peanuts and Cracker Jacks, check out this breakdown after you

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Food Serving Size Calories Fat (g) Saturated Fat (g) Sodium (mg) Sugar (g) Carbs (g) Protein (g)
Hot dog 6.4 oz. dog 464 21 7 1,046 50 7 16
Corn dog 2.7 oz. dog 210 12 3.5 350 23 8 6
Pepperoni pizza 3.8-oz. slice 298 12.1 5.3 683 34 4.1 13.3
Roasted salted peanuts 30 large peanuts (1 oz.) 166 14.1 2 231 6.1 1.2 6.7
Cracker Jacks 1/2 cup 120 2 0 70 23 15 2
Nachos with cheese 40 chips and 4 oz. cheese 1,101 59 18.5 1,580 131.5 1 23.6
Soft pretzel 5.5 oz. 488 3.4 1 557 101 30.2 12.4
Beer 8 oz. cup 102 0 0 9 8.5 0 1.1
Soft serve ice cream 1/2 cup 191 11.2 6.4 52 19.1 18.2 3.5
Snow cone 3 oz. 270 0 0 0 68 - 0
Chili fries 4.3 oz 310 16 6 370 35 1 8

What do you normally eat when you watch a game?

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lizzylu49 lizzylu49 7 years
I get the 12 oz beer with double the calories (do they even serve 8 oz.?) I also usually have a strawberry shortcake, brats, or some garlic fries, but the food at the ballpark I go to is fantastic. Baseball games and delicious snacks go hand in hand. Not really the place to eat healthy for me.
SugarCat SugarCat 7 years
I'm glad I saw this now than before I went to the ballpark a couple of weeks ago! Nothing like a beer and a hot dog while watching some baseball. :)
lilkimbo lilkimbo 7 years
If you click on the "hot dog" link, it takes you to the site where fit got the numbers. And yes, it does look the the sugar and the carbs are switched.
opentypeA opentypeA 7 years
Holy crap -- you'd think a snow cone would have a lot LESS calories than an ice cream cone!!! :-O
insanitypepper insanitypepper 7 years
It looks like the columns for sugar & carbs have been switched. And that hot dog must include the bun...
lemuse20 lemuse20 7 years
Sounds like a corndog and beer would be the way to go. Funny because I would've gotten nachos, that is, before I saw this breakdown.
rodrive rodrive 7 years
I usually do a hot dog and popcorn!
Spectra Spectra 7 years
I never buy concessions at sports games because I refuse to pay the rip off prices for most of that crapola. I bring apples and bags of baby carrots to snack on. Much healthier and cheaper, too.
filmgirl81 filmgirl81 7 years
Toomskt, I notice that a lot of places that sell corn dogs, use chicken instead of beef for the dog part. I'm not sure why, but they do.
wolfjinx25 wolfjinx25 7 years
I only buy a hot dog and a bottle of water at the ballpark! A friend of mine and I, split the bag of roasted peanuts during the game.
filmgirl81 filmgirl81 7 years
I refuse to eat ball park foods because they're too expensive for the quality. And now I will never eat them seeing the nutritional data
Angelica Angelica 7 years
Not loving the numbers on the nachos ;)
kia kia 7 years
Fit, I am a little baffled. Doesn't sugar usually count as carbs on nutrition labels? So the carb label has a higher number to include sugars?
kscincotta kscincotta 7 years
It may not be good for me, but nothing is better than a hot dog and a beer at a ballgame.
Retro23 Retro23 7 years
Wow, those Nachos scare me! How do they still have that much protein though? Mustn't be basing it on the cheese-style-sauce that movie theatres, etc. serve...
Smacks83 Smacks83 7 years
how does a hot dog have that much sugar? yikes.
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