The Rangers' Rossome Nachos: The Glamour Shot Series

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Earlier this week Scott Reitz told us about the Rangers' new culinary treat, the Totally ROSSome Nachos, named after rookie relief pitcher Robbie Ross.

The Rangers finally got the shipment of big pink helmets, which serve as the nacho holder and sent over a picture.

The nachos are made with Mission tortilla chips, queso blanco, pico de gallo and either shredded beef, pulled pork or pulled chicken, all topped off with Nacho Cheese Doritos.

The nachos will make their debut in "the show" at the Taqueria stand behind center field Friday.

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