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Dodger Stadium
Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium

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1000 Vin Scully Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
(866) 363-4377
https://www.mlb.com/dodgers/ballpark
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Dodger Stadium in a baseball stadium in Los Angeles that is home to the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball. It is known colloquially as Chavez Ravine in reference to the neighborhood that ... Read more
was demolished in order to build the stadium in the early nineteen sixties. The stadium is the largest by seating capacity and the third oldest among Major League Baseball’s thirty. Though old, the stadium offers state of the art amenities including the upscale Dugout Club which offers patrons a free restaurant and waiters who deliver to seats. The stadium has played host to multiple world series, but not since nineteen eighty-eight, as the Dodgers have consistently fallen short.

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Great atmosphere but I’m still a New York yankee fan ! Great to see dodger history

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Zapopan

Great family day and good game, we always eat the famous Hot dog and enjoy with all Dodgers fans

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Local from Torrance, California, USA

Great place to catch a game. Just be prepared for traffic getting in and out!

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Foster City, California, USA

I’ve been here once back in the 1990’s when I drive to LA. Stadium is ok, nothing special but then again you’re asking a Giants fan ;-)

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Amazing places to visit for locals and tourist. Great atmosphere for friends and family

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Fun time! We had to go... We're from Texas and since the Astros beat them in the World Series my husband wanted to go represent!

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Ottawa, Canada

Fun with Family & friends.
Lots of places to eat here, but you can't go to Dodger Stadium without having a dodger dog and a drink !

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Old staduim with lots of baseball histroy. They have updated which makes it nice, but you can tell between and old and new staduim. Grew-up going to Dodger stadium, would not change it becuase of the history.

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Littlerock

If you love baseball obviously this is the place to go. Great place to drink and watch a game. You can take your family as well.

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Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York State

Catch a ball game or an epic concert, anyone from Beyonce to Guns 'N Roses. And you don't even need a car- it's a 7 minute walk over the hill from our home.

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Ottawa, Canada

a great visit if baseball is your thing. especially a summer night game. can't beat the weather. give yourself plenty of time to get to the stadium via Sunset Blvd. will take you an hour anytime from 3pm onward. a quick 20 minute drive home. takes you through Silver Lake and Echo Park, two of LA's most trendy areas. LA's gentrification story.

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Southborough, Massachusetts

Classic baseball stadium with a lot of history. You've got to have a dodger dog. Best ballpark dogs in my opinion

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The San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA

I've been to serval games here when I was younger. The weather is great and is a fun atmosphere.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

My very first Dodger game, and my very first cheers, not to the Dodger but to the Giants. I know, I must have been at the wrong game, but it was still fun because I was mutual to both teams.

Overpriced food, but the darn garlic fries got me to say yes! Beers were overly priced as well, $14 per pint if you want the souvineer, $3 more, that wasn't worth it. The field was big, the crowd was loud... it's bound to see fights in the crowd if alcohol is involve.

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Tustin, California, USA

Not the most updated baseball stadium in America but has a long standing history that is woven into local culture. They offer tours of the stadium during the day that give you a great overview of the history of the Dodgers.

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Local from Los Angeles, California

Dodger Stadium's ideal location and distinctive mid-century design sets it apart from other ballparks. This is truly Blue Heaven on Earth.

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New York City, New York State

Saw my first Dodgers game. It was fun hanging out with the crew, but the nuances of the sport is completely lost on me. I had no idea what was going 90% of the time. The legendary Dodgers dog wasn't that impressive either. The movie screening after the game was a cool idea though. For non-baseball fans, this is still a good way to kill some time if you are on a budget.

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Local from Los Angeles, California, USA

Home the Dodgers, and located in Chavez Ravine. Come early and see the players warm-up.

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Fun to go see an awesome game. Do a quick look up on craigslist to find tickets.

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I recommend night games—cause they're way cooler than baking in the hot sun. I also recommend sitting in the area that gives you all-you-can-eat junk food along with your very cheap ticket. I mean, lets face it, you're NOT going there for a sophisticated experience, right? You're going there to act like an animal, scream and yell for your team, and have a food fight or two, right?

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