Dodge baseball stadium must go to Los Angeles as a baseball fan. It's better to buy good tickets online beforehand. On the day of the game, most of us all enjoy the game together. It's very lively. The snacks and drinks here are not expensive, and the taste is very good.
In commemoration of the first baseball game in my life, I would like to thank my brother and sister Zheng for their real-time explanations and tireless answers to questions and puzzles about get baseball rules, and look forward to the next attack of the Blue Hat team, Dodgers WIN.
I'm a baseball fan, so generally speaking, as long as I go to Los Angeles, I'll go to the Dodgers'game and have another Dodger hotdog or something. There's a lot of history about the Dodgers and Los Angeles, and it's a great experience to visit. If you're a baseball fan, be sure to come here once to meet your life's wishes.
It's a great honor for every baseball player to hang a round sign with the player's number and name on the stands outside Dodge Stadium.
My wife once told me that when she was a little girl, she lived in Korea Street, where she could see Dodge Stadium, but she never had a chance to enter the stadium to watch the game. So we are very happy to have this opportunity to enter the stadium to watch her home team play. It happens that the rival team is San Francisco. We just left the city yesterday. Parking is a nightmare. Traffic is very heavy. But as long as we squeeze through the gate and get some food to sit in our position, it's very easy. We're sitting behind the first base. My wife is very excited, which is also a pleasure for me. Because the Old Yankee Stadium and the Dodge Stadium left over from the 1960s are the two most iconic stadiums in the world. Best of all, the Dodgers won in the end!
I'm not a baseball fan. I prefer cricket, but I'm following. We have good tickets and parking spaces. Driving to the stadium is not as difficult as you think. Traffic is not too bad, though it's crowded, as usual in Los Angeles. The atmosphere is good, snacks are delicious, hot dogs are general. I had a good time. But it should be the halo of the Dodge Stadium itself. It's worth it.
If I had to pick only one location that reminded me of home the most, it would the historic ball park in Chavez ravine. Nothing is more #2LA then chilling at Dodgers game with a Dodger Dog, under the bright lights, and listening to Vin Scully called the game with the pocket radio your brought with you (or App on your phone if you prefer lol!). Last but not least, one of the best spots to peep a incredible view of Downtown LA. Before you say it, yes I know, the parking lot is like being in a Demolition Derby, but it's a small price to pay. Plus, it doesn't beat in my humble opinion, the WORST situation for an event in the city, The Rose Bowl, lol!
Maybe I'm a little biased since I did grow up in LA but I love Dodgers Stadium, especially the Dodger Dogs! Built into the hill, so you enter from the upper area and work your way down to your seats if you are sitting lower. I've been lucky enough to take the "back stage" tour with my work and you get to see some amazing pictures from the Jackie Robinson era to the Steve Garvey days. I know Dodgers Stadium gets a bad rep because of the violence that happened to the Giants fan but as long as you mind your own business others will mind there’s (plus they've up'd security a lot since the incident occurred)
I am lucky in that I have often gotten free tickets to the Stadium Club from friends. Otherwise, there is zero chance I would have ever gone, as tickets are absurdly expensive. Once in, ticket holders are treated to a free gourmet restaurant. Hand tossed wings, grilled sausages, carved meats, pasta, deserts...the list goes on. Waiters will even bring food and drinks out to your seat. And the seats, right behind home plate or next to the dugout; can't go wrong with that.