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Show us how much you know about these all-American favorites and you just might find yourself in the Nathan's trivia hall of fame.
A frigid day in 1901 forced stadium concessions owner Harry M. Steven to change up the menu. He served hot dogs instead of this other stadium treat.
Easy to eat. Hard to spell. As legend has it, New York sports cartoonist, Tad Dorgan, coined the term hot dog in 1901 after he couldn’t spell this word.
How many hot dogs did ballgame-goers eat during the 2016 MLB season?
Finish this quote by legendary Hollywood star Humphrey Bogart - A hot dog at the ballgame is better than a _______.
Residents of which big-league town ate the most hot dogs in 2016? The answer might surprise you!
When he's not crushing world records at the Hot Dog Eating Contest, where are you most likely to find Joey Chestnut this summer? (Besides Nathan’s Famous, of course.)
It took 1,916 hot dogs to set a Guinness World Record for the longest line of hot dogs. If the average hot dog is 6 inches long, how many times could that line round the bases?
Fully loaded with piping hot, mouthwatering goodness, about how many pounds does a stadium vendor’s hot dog bin weigh?
Hot dogs take the title of fan-favorite food at ballgames. Which of these classic snacks ranks second?
Curveball! According to former President Barack Obama, which of these toppings should NOT grace the hot dog of anyone over the age of 8?
You're in the minors. Don’t give up! Brush up on your facts and step up your game.
Not bad. Get some practice and give it another swing!
Way to step up to the plate, slugger. Just a little ways to go until you’re batting a thousand!
Whoa — a perfect score. You’re officially in the big leagues now!