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Brainstorming Other Names For Penn State Baseball’s ‘Dollar Dog Night’

Spring has sprung, which means Penn State baseball season is officially underway. The Nittany Lions are 11-6, but the season has yet to reach its best times.

The best of times will come when Penn State plays Tuesday games at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park this season. Specifically, when hot dogs will be served for just one dollar — a seasonal tradition Onward State holds close to the heart.

This glorious day is called “Dollar Dog Night,” which sums it up pretty well. However, we decided to brainstorm some names that could rival the alliterative title.

Low-Fund Frank Night

Frankfurters, or franks for short, is just a fun word to substitute for hot dogs. Since these franks don’t require much funding on Tuesdays, “Low Fund Frank Night” portrays the event well and still has some of the catchy alliteration found in the current name.

Wealthy Weiner Night

Spending only one dollar on a hot dog will definitely make you feel wealthier than you are. So, get out there, feel wealthy, and enjoy some weiners at “Wealthy Weiner Night'”

Low-Payment Link Night

Similar to “Low-Fund Frank Night,” this one shows off the true low cost of hot dogs. Although it may be a bit unspecific, “Low-Payment Link Night” still proves to be cheap and enjoyable.

Almost-Moneyless Medlar Munchie Night

Medlar Field at Lubrano Park provides some great food options, but on any day that isn’t Tuesday, a bite to eat can come at a steep cost. Since these munchies only cost a single dollar on Tuesday nights, what better way to describe the games than “Almost-Moneyless Medlar Munchie Night?”

GoFundMe Glizzy Night

When you purchase a hot dog for a dollar, it almost feels like someone set up a GoFundMe to make you happy. Enjoy that feeling of throwing back cheap glizzies because it only comes on Tuesdays or “GoFundMe Glizzy Nights.”

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Michael Siroty

Michael Siroty is a freshman from Westfield, New Jersey, majoring in broadcast journalism. When he isn't writing articles or making TikToks for Onward State, Siroty is either taking a peaceful walk around Beaver Stadium or at his summer day camp job. You can contact him to discuss your sushi order or music taste on Instagram and Twitter @msiroty or by email at [email protected].

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