Do you LOOOOOOOVE brats or ballpark hot dogs? If you really, really, totally love the whole ballpark sausage sandwich experience and it wouldn't feel like a game if you didn't have one, then go ahead and get whichever one of the two you love the most. (Or the nachos, if nachos are THE thing that makes a ball game a ball game for you.) I think the database here actually has some generic typical foods that you can find by searching for the word "ballpark." If not, just use any brand, the largest serving size. That's as close as you can get.
But if you're not 100% crazy about the food options, don't eat unhealthy food just because it's there. Take a healthy picnic instead-- sandwiches on nice whole-grain bread, or fruit and cheese and veggies, or a pasta or grain salad, or whatever. If the ballpark doesn't allow outside food and they check bags, you can tailgate in the parking lot during the seventh-inning stretch. But as MichelleXXXX pointed out, if you tell people that you've checked their menu and there's nothing that's safe for your special needs, they usually just wave you in. The only reason for banning outside food is to sell more concessions, and if you CAN'T buy and eat their food, there's no point in stopping you from eating your own.
It's fine to indulge in something less than healthy if you really want it. But don't "waste" your calories on unhealthy food that you don't love.
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