ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Albuquerque Isotopes were faced with 15,000 hot dogs on their hands and no one to eat them. Monday, the storm that hit Albuquerque late in the afternoon forced the team to cancel the game, which also happened to be the popular $.50 hot dog night.
Isotopes didn’t let those hot dogs go to waste. They donated them to those in need.
“Well they went to a couple of different places: Noonday ministries. They went to the Roadrunner Food Bank. And the Roadrunner Food Bank in turn is supplying them to Joy Junction,” said John Traub, General Manager of the Isotopes.
Due to last night’s game cancellation, the Topes are playing a double-header Tuesday night.