What Is A Rockie Dog?

Hot dogs and sausages are frequently listed as the most popular foods to buy at concession booths at Major League Baseball stadiums around the nation. Fans return year after year to indulge in their time-tested favorites and try new, usually absurd, but always delicious, variations.

Chase Field’s adage is “go big or go home” when it comes to hot dogs. The stadium offers 18-inch long hot dogs and sausages including the Big Jalapeno Popper Dog and the All-Day Breakfast Dog, which is topped with a mound of fried eggs, country gravy, and other ingredients.

An 18-inch brat covered in a highly unique combination of toppings, such as green onion, jalapeno-apple coleslaw, fried mac & cheese, barbecue aioli, and house-cured beer pickles. The SI Cover Dog is what they call this brat.

The Big Jalapeno Popper Dog, an all-beef, one-foot-long hot dog manufactured by Schreiner’s Fine Sausage, is topped with crispy onions, bacon, roasted jalapeo cream cheese, and jalapenos.

The 18-inch Schreiner’s Fine Sausage hot dog used in the All-Day Breakfast Dog is placed on a bun that is 16 inches long and topped with hash browns, country gravy, Cheddar cheese, bacon, and fried eggs drizzled with Tapatio spicy sauce.