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Which baseball stadiums have the best and worst concessions




 From left, brothers Kevin, 15, and Gino Sweet 19, of Culver City, Calif., eat hot dogs during the Los Angeles Dodgers' game against the Milwaukee Brewers at Dodger Stadium, in Los Angeles, in this Wednesday, May 23, 2007 file photo. Fans in Right Field Pavilion got all the hot dogs, nachos, peanuts, popcorn, sodas and water, they could eat with the purchase of their game ticket. In recent years, dozens of arenas, stadiums and tracks have launched
From left, brothers Kevin, 15, and Gino Sweet 19, of Culver City, Calif., eat hot dogs during the Los Angeles Dodgers' game against the Milwaukee Brewers at Dodger Stadium, in Los Angeles, in this Wednesday, May 23, 2007 file photo. Fans in Right Field Pavilion got all the hot dogs, nachos, peanuts, popcorn, sodas and water, they could eat with the purchase of their game ticket. In recent years, dozens of arenas, stadiums and tracks have launched "All You Can Eat" seating.
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Arguably, one of the best parts of a baseball game is the food: Peanuts, Cracker Jacks, beer, hot dogs. Whether your mouth is watering — or not — stadium food is a big part of the ballpark experience.

But when we get past the basic fare, what do we find?

Here to talk about the best and the worst food that baseball has to offer is Andrew Cieszynski from StadiumJourney.com.