Best Ballpark Hot Dogs Forget apple pie—nothing goes with baseball like these By Will McCahill, Newser Staff Posted Apr 10, 2010 3:24 PM CDT 10 comments Comments A blanket of cheese hides Cincinnati's delicious Skyline Chili. (Wikimedia Commons) (Newser) – Baseball season’s in full, ahem, swing, and in that spirit, Delish runs down the best ballpark hotdogs. Some highlights: Georgia Dog, Turner Field, Atlanta. A blanket of cole slaw and some sautéed Vidalia onions make this a winner. Arizona Dog, Chase Field, Phoenix. Southwest rules this foot-long—chorizo, nacho cheese, tortilla strips. Chicago-Style Dog, Wrigley Field. Windy City fave topped with sautéed sweet onions, “sport” peppers, diced tomatoes, briny kosher pickle spears, yellow mustard, neon-green relish, and a dash of celery salt. “Most Wanted” Dog, Minute Maid Park, Houston. Top this thing with Texas’ beloved beef brisket barbeque sauce. Padres Sonoran Dog, Petco Park, San Diego. Kiri Tannenbaum describes: “A hearty roll stuffed with an all-beef hot dog spiraled with bacon is then topped with a choice of pinto beans, grilled onions and peppers, tomatoes, relish, tomatillo salsa, mayo, mustard, ketchup, and cheese.” For more mouthwatering goodness, click here.