The grilled all-beef hot dog served with chili nacho cheese, chopped tomatoes, onions and jalapenos was a nod to the team's Spanish-language fans.
This Sunday at the team's Jewish Community Day, observant fans can also buy kosher hot dogs at Dodger Stadium.
But that will be the only time this season.
Some Dodger fans have been trying to change that for a while.
Rebuffed by Frank McCourt, they see signs that Stan Kasten, president of new Dodger owner Guggenheim Partners, may have heard them.
Kasten tweeted recently that he was working on the issue.
“We are really just a group of people who feel very strongly that the second-largest Jewish community in the country should have the ability to eat a Jewish hot dog at a ballgame — given that so many other ballparks around the country have that option,” attorney Stuart Tochner told the Jewish Journal.
Meantime, Tochner and others will have to content themselves with the new kosher items the park started stocking this season.