City: Oklahoma City, OK
Venue: AT&T Ballpark
Team: Oklahoma City Redhawks (AAA)
Address: 2 S. Mickey Mantle Drive, Oklahoma City, OK‎ 73104

With the zany promotions, local "celebrities" and obligatory dollar-beer nights, it’s hard to beat minor league baseball in terms of bang for the buck.

This year, the Oklahoma City Redhawks (AAA affiliate of the Texas Rangers) are going one better, bringing a "Taste of the Majors" to America’s heartland. Throughout the season, the Redhawks will highlight various major league cities during each homestand by offering various stadium food specialties native to that city. It will feature everything from Dodger dogs and Fenway franks to lobster rolls, garlic fries and The Schmitter.

Hope you have your cardiologist on speed dial.

The Redhawks already have a great product as one of the most fan-friendly teams out there and one of the best stadiums in the minors. Now they’re going big league with the food.


From the Oklahoma City Redhawks:

TASTE OF THE BIG LEAGUES SCHEDULE
April 17-24: New York Yankees/Yankee Stadium.
April 30-May 7: Chicago Cubs/Wrigley Field.
May 12-18: Philadelphia Phillies/Citizens Bank Park.
May 29-June 5: St. Louis Cardinals/Busch Stadium.
June 15-26: Los Angeles Dodgers/Dodger Stadium.
July 4-12: repeat New York Yankees/Yankee Stadium.
July 24-27: repeat Chicago Cubs/Wrigley Field.
Aug. 1-4, 14-21: Boston Red Sox/Fenway Park.
Aug. 31-Sept. 3: Best of the Best.

FEATURED FOOD ITEMS

NEW YORK

Baked ziti
Nathan's hot dogs
Italian meatball subs

CHICAGO
Chicago dogs
Old Style beer
Mother-in-law sandwich

PHILADELPHIA
Authentic Philly cheese steak sandwich
The Schmitter
Crab fries

ST. LOUIS
Bratzel
Toasted ravioli
Garlic-parmesan fries
Cajun season fries

LOS ANGELES
Dodger dogs
Gourmet pretzel
Garlic fries

BOSTON
Fenway franks
Lobster rolls
Italian sausages

4:41 PM | , | 2 comments »

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2 comments

  1. Ed The Sports Fan // May 14, 2009 at 9:23 AM  

    Makes me want to move back to Oklahoma, the Reds don't even have as good of food as Bricktown Ballpark...

    -Ed.
    http://www.edthesportsfan.com

  2. joseph burrell // June 18, 2013 at 6:14 PM  

    yeah I have a friend on Oklahoma who works for Hostpph.com and he told me that the ambient there is simply amazing and so different from years ago