Texas Ranger’s New $26 Hotdog Proves Everything Really is Bigger in Texas

Gavon Laessig  says: Look at these photos… I dare you not to drown in your own slobber. This 2-foot monster is slathered in grilled onions, chili and cheese — weighing well more than 2 pounds — and will set you back $26. Only available at the stadium of the Texas Rangers, 191 Boomsticks were sold on opening day. This is my BOOMSTICK!


A vendor grills onions and a two-foot (0.6 m), one pound (0.45 kg) hot dog called the Boomstick, in honor of Texas Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz, which costs $26, before the start of the MLB American League opening weekend baseball game between the Texas Rangers and the Chicago White Sox in Arlington, Texas April 6, 2012.

(Reuters / Mike Stone)

(Reuters / Mike Stone)

(Reuters / Mike Stone)

Martin Mendoza tackles the Boomstick.

(Reuters / Mike Stone)

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