Thursday, April 15, 2010

Baseball and Hot Dogs, It's a Homerun

As the song says, "buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks..." but we all know what food goes best with baseball. There is absolutely nothing better to eat while watching the great American pastime than the great All-American hot dog.

Here is a little trivia. It is estimated that the ballparks around the country will serve more than 21.3 million hot dogs this season.

Okay, here is the question:
When it comes to hot dogs served at individual stadiums across the country, which baseball stadium will serve the most hot dogs during the 2010 season?

Post your answer as a comment at the end of this article. No prizes, just bragging rights.

I'll give you a hint...In second place for the most hot dogs to be served is Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs. Of course, the favorite at Wrigley Field is the Chicago Dog. When made with fresh ingredients, they really are amazing.

Frankly, we (will) serve the BEST dogs!


  1. I don't know which stadium will serve the most, but I can say Houston might serve the least. First, the Astros are terrible and no one really needs to see them loose in person. Second, the hot dogs are terrible. Just in case anyone was wondering.

  2. Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, will serve nearly 1.7 million hot dogs to devoted fans as they watch the Sox win another World Championship.
    The dogs they dish out will be either boiled or grilled, served on a New England, top split bun and topped with the choice of mustard and relish.
    If they buttered and griddled the buns and added a couple more interesting toppings, they could easily double their numbers.
    After the game, head north to Yank's Franks. We'll show you how a hot dog should be served.


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