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In this free browser game your object is to eat as many hotdogs as possible. Catch the hotdog the man working the hot dog stand is throwing up in the air. Eat hotdogs to gain points, and avoid mustard as it will cause you to loose points. Have Fun!
Do you enjoy to eat a good hot dog, and do you also like to play free online flash games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free online Hotdog Catcher game online right now. Am I right? ;)
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According to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council there are many fun hotdog facts. Americans purchase about 9 billion hot dogs each year. But the actual number of hot dogs consumed by Americans is probably much larger. It is difficult to calculate the number of hot dogs Americans may eat at sporting events, local picnics and carnivals. All hot dogs are cured and cooked sausages that consist of mainly pork, beef, chicken and turkey or a combination of meat and poultry. Meats used in hot dogs come from the muscle of the animal and looks much like what you buy in the grocer's case. Other ingredients include water, curing agents and spices, such as garlic, salt, sugar, ground mustard, nutmeg, coriander and white pepper. On Independence Day, Americans will enjoy 150 million hot dogs, enough to stretch from D.C. to L.A. more than five times.
According to WikiPedia a aatcher is a position for a baseball or softball player. When a batter takes his/her turn to hit, the catcher crouches behind home plate. Positioned behind home plate, the catcher can see the whole field, and is therefore in the best position to direct and lead the other players in a defensive play. The catcher typically calls for pitches using hand signals. The calls are based on the pitcher's mechanics and strengths, as well as the batter's tendencies and weaknesses. A catcher nearly always throws with his right hand. Since most hitters are right-handed and stand to the left side of the plate when batting, a catcher who throws left-handed is forced to take some time to sidestep. According to National Hot Dog and Sausage Council ballparks are expected to sell 18.5 million hot dogs this season. The baseball fans love of the hot dog is why all top ten hot dog consuming cities host MLB teams.