Mariners fans love their foot longs, burgers and grass-fed barbecue beef brisket but they also enjoy their fair share of meat-free food.

In PETA’s latest ranking of the most vegetarian-friendly ballparks in the country, Seattle’s Safeco Filed came in at number two, topped only by Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia.

PETA Associate Director Chris Holbein cited Safeco’s IchiBan veggie dog, which is loaded with teriyaki-glazed onions, nori and vegan dressing, as one of its most delicious meat-free options.

"Ichiro is a legend in Seattle, in Japan, and around the world—and many of Safeco Field's vegetarian options, including the IchiBan veggie dog, the Seattle chili veggie dog, and the Bombay veggie dog, have international appeal as well," Holbein said. "With so many great new vegetarian options, it's no wonder that Safeco Park moved up in PETA's vegetarian-friendly ballpark standings."

Other Safeco menu items noted by PETA are the veggie dogs with vegetarian chili, the grilled vegetable Panini, the vegan soup and veggie burger.

Citizens Bank Park’s barbecue-pit-­style vegetarian beef and faux-chicken sandwiches helped it capture the number one spot.

The rest of PETA’s top ten vegetarian-friendly ballparks are:

3.  Detroit Tigers' Comerica Park

4.  Oakland Athletics' Coliseum

5.  Los Angeles Dodgers' Dodger Stadiu

6.  New York Mets' Citi Field

7.  Los Angeles Angels' Angel Stadium of Anaheim

8.  Washington Nationals' Nationals Park

9.  Pittsburgh Pirates' PNC Park

10.  Minnesota Twins' Target Field