When the Rangers come home on Sunday, they're hoping fans come out to cheer them on while trying some of their bizarre new culinary creations.
The most bizarre of them all might be the "Sweet Spot Cotton Candy Dog." The $10 concoction is a hot dog with cotton candy-infused mustard. It's then topped off with even more cotton candy.
"When you first look at it, because that mustard is green, it's that whole green eggs and ham thing," Casey Rapp, general manager for Delaware North Sportservice at Globe Life Park, tells the Dallas Morning News. "But as soon as you taste it, you'll definitely want to eat the whole thing."
If sweet and savory isn't your thing, then the "Inside Out Hot Dog" might work for you. The $26 treat is a hot dog stuffed inside a pretzel roll. You can then get it topped with either mac and cheese or mashed potatoes and then your choice of brisket, chili or chicken.
The hot dog is eight-inches long but about three-inches wide. Those who have tried it say you'll want to grab extra napkins. A lot of extra napkins.
Need something even bigger to fill your appetite? Then the "Top-n-Go Cheetos" will be your go-to item. It's a one-pound bag of Cheetos that's filled with cheese, meat, sour cream and jalapenos. It's so heavy, it comes with its own carrying box.
Rapp suggests you eat this $26 bag of goodness with a fork. She also suggests you ask your friends to help you finish the whole thing.
And for those with a sweet tooth, there's the "Elvis Jabberdog brownie." It's a brownie that's then rolled in Rice Krispie treats. That whole thing is then dipped in funnel cake batter before being deep fried to perfection and topped with whipped cream and chocolate sauce.
If you're really hungry, you can get the two-foot long brownie for $26. If you're just slightly hungry, the foot-long version will set you back $13.