Celebration of the ballpark frank includes Hot Dog Race T-Shirt giveaway and Dollar Dogs throughout the ballpark
The Orioles will celebrate National Hot Dog Day on Wednesday, July 17, during their 7:05 p.m. ET game against the Washington Nationals. The first 20,000 fans in attendance will randomly receive a Hot Dog Race T-Shirt in the color of ketchup, mustard, or relish. Fans who wish to exchange their T-Shirt for a different color may do so with other fans if they so choose.
Additionally, all fans can enjoy $1 hot dogs throughout the game, available at all Camden Franks, O’ What a Dog, Baseline Burgers, Charm City Chicken Shack, and Roma Sausage locations throughout the ballpark.
To purchase a ticket for National Hot Dog Day at Oriole Park, or for a complete list of 2019 promotions, please visit Orioles.com/promotions.
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