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Nothing says baseball like a hot dog, except maybe a hamburger


Nothing says baseball like a hot dog, except maybe a hamburger


Diet Pepsi, Pepsi and then back there constructing hamburgers and making sure you put the right stuff on the right thing."Brewster has been volunteering at the main concession stand for three years now and says they go through a lot of food. "The re-fill of the pop," said Brewster. "That's what we see most often." Happy Days Catering Director Tobe Finch said last year the concession stand alone sold close to 1,600 dogs and close to 800 orders of french fries. You won't find Cracker Jacks on the menu at Harris Field, but fans are getting every munchy they need to get them through the games."I like cheeseburgers and Warrior dogs, the great big long ones," said Dan Harries. "The hamburgers and the hot dogs," said Kim Sanders. "We liked both of them. They were both good.""See, that's what you get paid," said Brewster.

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