The Dodger Dog is a hot dog named after the Major League Baseball franchise that sells them (the Los Angeles Dodgers). It is a 10 inch pork wiener wrapped in a steamed bun. The hot dog is sold at Dodger Stadium located in Los Angeles, California. According to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, the projected number of 2011 season hot dogs sold at Dodger Stadium was 2 million—establishing Dodger Dogs as the leader in hot dog sales of all those sold in Major League Baseball ballparks.There are two lines for Dodger Dog vendors: steamed or grilled. The vendors of the grilled dogs are typically located near the back wall of the stadium so that the smoke doesn't overwhelm the baseball fans. The grilled Dogs are considered the "classic" version. On May 10th 2021 the Dodgers announced that a multi-year partnership with Vernon based Papa Cantella's was made to supply Dodger Stadium with Dodger Dogs and its premium sausages. "The Dodger Dog is synonymous with Dodger baseball, and a ballpark tradition that has been enjoyed with generations of fans," said Lon Rosen, Dodger Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. "It has and always will be an iconic part of the Dodger Stadium experience and we're proud to entrust the legacy of the Dodger Dog to Papa Cantella's, a family-owned, local manufacturer with a reputation for superior quality products." Dodger Dogs continue to be one of the best-selling concession items in professional sports.