But I still got my bratwurst fix this past weekend, when one of my friends scored a bunch of tickets to an Arizona Fall League game. A group of us took a trek out to the westside, to Camelback Ranch in Glendale -- during Spring Training, this is the home of the Dodgers and the White Sox. The food options were pretty limited, but a bratwurst, soft pretzel, and Bud did the trick. Three of us girls shivered under a blanket, inhaled our food, and enjoyed a really good view.
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