Over 2500 Dilly Dogs were sold during Houston series
Following the conclusion of its first home series, Delaware North and the Texas Rangers announced Wednesday, April 4, that due to popular demand they are adding a second Dilly Dog stand at Arlington’s Globe Life Park.
The Dilly Dog was first introduced exclusively at Globe Life Park for the 2018 season.
Delaware North’s Sportservice Arlington, the concessionaire for the Rangers and Globe Life Park, sold almost 2500 Dilly Dogs during the four-game series against the Houston Astros, a news release said.
The Dilly Dog is comprised of a Best Maid dill pickle cored out and stuffed with an Angus Beef Jumbo Dog, that is then battered and fried to a golden brown.
The original stand is located at the State Fare Stand in section 41 and the second stand will be located at section 9 on the main concourse will sell Dilly Dogs beginning with Friday night’s game against the Toronto Blue Jays.
“We have been overwhelmed at the demand for the Dilly Dogs by fans at Globe Life Park,” Sportservice Arlington General Manager Casey Rapp said in the release. “As a result we are adding a second location where fans can purchase this tasty treat. This will allow our customers to buy their Dilly Dogs and get back to their seats to enjoy the game.”
The Rangers open a six-game homestand on Friday night at 7:05 p.m. versus Toronto, where the second stand will make its game-day debut.
Tickets for Rangers 2018 home games, and additional game times and dates can be found at texasrangers.com.