Love going to Dodger games and special events here but the traffic to get in is madness and the only thing crazier than that is how much they charge for parking! $30! For a concert is insane!
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- The Los Angeles Dodgers have won 10 division titles, 21 National League pennants and six World Series Championships. The organization is a team of administrators, coaches and professional athletes in Major League Baseball. The Los Angeles Dodgers are a member of the West Division of the National League. The team has produced several MLB Hall of Fame players, such as Roy Campanella, Don Drysdale, Sandy Koufax, Tommy Lasorda, Pee Wee Reese, Frank Robinson, Duke Snider and Jackie Robinson, the first African American to play in Major League Baseball. The Dodgers have also produced several winners of the Cy Young Award the top prize for pitchers such as Don Drysdale, Orel Hershiser, Sandy Koufax, Mike Marshall and Fernando Valenzuela. The Dodgers were founded in 1883 as a member of the minor Inter-State League, and moved to the American Association in 1884. In 1890, the team moved to the National League. The team settled on the name the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1932 and moved to Los Angeles in the 1950s, the same decade that saw their New York rivals, the Giants, move from Manhattan to San Francisco.
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I had the opportunity to go visit Dodger Stadium with my son last summer and it was amazing. We did the stadium tour and the only way it could have been better is if they let me throw a pitch off the mound. So cool to share that experience with my son.
A great place to see a game. The ravine setting is unique and the sightlines are great. The vending, as you'd expect, lives up to the high standards of Los Angelinos.
I love the new Dodger Stadium. The recently renovated park offers a much better experience. The new management really stepped it up on security as well. Go Dodgers!
06/15/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Well, I never ever thought I would make this decision nor write a review expressing my view. I just got back from the Dodger/Reds game last night. It was my first game of the season (and last for my life!).
I have been going to Dodger games for 50 years. I shared season tickets for 12 years. I have noticed a steady deterioration of the overall experience the last few years but I love the game and the Dodgers have been my team. After last night I will never go to a home game again! The experience was terrible starting from the entrance and got worse. Yes, the fan base rivals that of a Raider game! Yes, the stadium is aged and unappealing. Yes, the prices are outrageous and the lines are unacceptable slow. But, what drove me over the edge was the obvious lack of concern to provide any sense of giving the paying customers any value what so ever for their money! The crowd was small and they cared less about providing service. Having to stand in line for two innings (this after missing almost two innings while parking!) to get something to eat. If this was a sellout I could understand, but they did not even have all their food stands open! Really! How about paying the players a million or so less per year and hire a couple more employees to provide service to the paying fan! Let's see........ make the average fan miss 20-40% of the game that they paid to see so we (The Dodgers) can save an extra $1,000.00!
The whole experience for me was disappointing to the point where I will never return! I will see if I can catch an away game some time. As mad as I am I feel very sorry for Mr. Scully. It must crush him to see the destruction of the organization from all points.
04/03/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Most of the people who have written positive reviews are living in the O'Malley past when the Dodger organization was the class of the Majors! Under the recent owners Dodger Stadium on game night is one of the most dangerous places to be in the city, as civiilzed people have their first encounter with uncivilized gang members from the time they are in the parking lot to the time they sit down! Nothing but loud, obnoxious drunks, swearing , assaulting, and harrassing every one they see! Dont bring your wife or children!! This should be the number one stop on the Gangland Tour Bus!