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Hot Dog Kayak Serves Giants Fans In McCovey Cove Outside AT&T Park (PHOTOS)

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A game of baseball without a hot dog? Not if pro kayaker London Van Der Kamp can help it.

For Sunday's Los Angeles Dodgers game against the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park, Van Der Kamp posted up in a hot dog kayak, serving boaters in San Francisco's McCovey Cove, the small bay just behind the stadium, where boaters gather during games to catch wayward baseballs. Sponsored by ESPN, the floating concession stand was outfitted with a hot dog warmer, standard hot dog condiments and a classic red-and-white umbrella.

Unlike ballpark hot dogs, which are infamous for their steep price, Van Der Kamp handed out his for free -- just don't complain if some of the buns were a bit soggy. And according to MLB.com, ESPN had a second boat in the cove, this one loaded with extra hot dogs, just in case the hot dog kayak ran low on supplies.

But where's the beer guy? Don't worry, teases USA Today: He's on his way.

PHOTOS of the hot dog kayak in action:

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