Dodger Stadium History
Dodger Stadium has been the perfect backdrop for Major League Baseball for a long time,
dating all the way back to 1962 and becoming a major staple of the Los Angeles sports scene in the process over the decades.
Dodger Stadium has been the home to four Los Angeles Dodgers Championship teams and 11 National League West Division title
teams. Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda, along with Don Sutton, Sandy Koufax, Mike Piazza and Orel Hershiser are just a
few of the baseball icons who have called Dodger Stadium their home. Dodger Stadium isn't just about baseball, though, as
it's also a great place to catch a concert featuring some of the best musicians you'll find anywhere, with past shows including
Fleetwood Mac, The Jacksons, Pavorotti and plenty of other A-list music superstars. It even had a papal event when Pope John
Paul II came through town and gave a blessing in 1987.
Dodger Stadium Events
The biggest attraction at
Dodger Stadium is what else but when Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball. The Dodgers have a rich history of winning
games, and they currently compete in the National League West. That means the Dodgers often see divisional foes such as the
San Francisco Giants, San Diego Padres, Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies visit. Fans love a good rivalry game, but
there are plenty of other great matchups coming to the City of Angels this season. This venue is known for incredible concerts
as well, and Beatles member Paul McCartney will be on hand on August 10th for what should be a legendary performance. Make
sure to peruse the schedule to see what's happening at Dodger Stadium.
Los Angeles, California
Stadium is located in Los Angeles, CA. The City of Angels has too much rich history to get into unless you're planning on
writing a novel, but everyone knows that sports helps drive the bus when it comes to entertainment. Sure, we all know that
Hollywood is a big deal, but that's also why you should make it out to the Greek Theatre to see just who might pop up at in
the stands. L.A. has been the backdrop for great films like Chinatown; it saw the rise of legendary rapper/musician actor
Tupac Shakur; it has an unbelievable coastline that people travel from all over the world to see, and this is just barely
scraping the surface. But even though there are plenty of things to do around L.A., it doesn't get any better at all than
getting out to Dodger Stadium to see a big game that has been the talk of the town leading up to the opening pitch.
Dodger Stadium Seating Layout
Dodger Stadium is a legendary place to catch a ball game, and you're sure to have
a great view of the action on the field from any seat in the place. This venue can accommodate 56,000 fans, and you'll see
a packed house for all of the biggest games of the season. The atmosphere at this stadium is simply electric when there is
a rival team in the visitor's dugout, and you can see that for yourself this season when you head to a game. Don't miss out
on the chance to see top-notch baseball from your very own seat in the stands.
Dodger Stadium Trivia
Cy Young-winning pitcher is currently the ace of the Los Angeles Dodgers pitching staff?
The answer is Clayton Kershaw,
who is unquestionably one of the most dominant hurlers in Major League Baseball right now.