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Dodger Stadium Address
1000 Elysian Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Dodger Stadium Seating Chart
Click on here for the Dodger Stadium Seating Chart. This is designed to assist you in finding the seats you want, or locating the Dodger Stadium seats you already have.
Feel free to call us regarding any questions you have about your tickets on our Dodger Stadium Seating chart.
Dodger Stadium Parking:
There are two types of Dodger Stadium parking: General Admission and Season Ticket Holder If you are looking for General Parking, please be sure to arrive early as General Parking will sell out. Depending upon which gate you enter through, you will be directed to park in a specific spot, and you must leave using the same gate you used to enter. If there is a particular area of the Dodger Stadium parking lot you prefer to be in, just be sure to use the corresponding gate for that area.
If you are a season ticket holder you may enter and exit through whichever Dodger Stadium parking gates you choose.
Note: If you are at the Dodger Stadium, station 1610 AM will give live parking updates before and after the game.
Feel free to call us regarding any questions you have about Dodger Stadium Parking
Hockey is coming to Dodger Stadium?
For the first time ever the NHL will play an outdoor game at Dodger Stadium.
The LA Kings will play the Anaheim Ducks at Dodger Stadium Jan 25th 2014.
You can see more informaiton at Kings Vs Ducks Tickets Dodger Stadium.
About Dodger Stadium
Home to the Los Angeles Dodgers since 1962, Dodger Stadium is one of the most iconic ballparks in all of major league baseball. Located just adjacent to downtown Los Angeles, in an area known as Chavez Ravine, the stadium is now the third oldest ballpark in all of major league baseball, behind Fenway Park and Wrigley Field. Construction on the stadium started in 1959, just one year after the Dodgers moved west from Brooklyn. It took three-years and $23 million dollars to construct Dodger Stadium, with the Dodgers playing at the LA Coliseum during the construction period. The stadium is unique in the fact that it's one of the few stadiums in major league baseball to be built through 100% private financing. In fact Dodger Stadium was the first stadium to be built with private funding since the original Yankee Stadium was built in the early part of the 20th century. The largest ballpark in the world, with a capacity of 56,000, Dodger Stadium was originally planned to include a potential expansion to 85,000 seats, a project that was never completed.
Over the years the stadium has hosted the 1980 MLB All-Star game and eight World Series, the last one in 1988. In addition to MLB events the stadium also hosted the semifinals and finals of the 2009 World Baseball Classic and the baseball games in the 1984 Olympics. Following the 2005 the Dodgers made major renovations to the stadium including replacing nearly all the seats in the stadium and adding "box seating" along the baselines. Other stadium improvements included massive LED replay displays and the eventual construction of a number of museums, shops and restaurants around the stadium. Since Dodger Stadium was built prior to the 1970's "multi-purpose" stadium craze, it still holds up as a unique baseball only stadium. One of the innovative design features of the stadium is the dugout level seats behind home plate, a design recommended by Dodgers owner Walter O'Malley. O'Malley saw a similar design during an offseason trip to Japan. Retired numbers mounted below the pavilion roofs beyond the outfield fenced include Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, Pee Wee Reese, Jackie Robinson, Duke Snider, Tommy Lasorda, Jim Gilliam and Roy Campanella.
Dodger Stadium has long been known as a "pitcher's park" with ten no-hitters being thrown in the stadium, including perfect games by Sandy Koufax and Dennis Martinez of the Montreal Expos. Four home run balls have been hit completely out of Dodger Stadium, including a massive 507 home run by Pirates great Willie Stargell in 1969. Five-years later Stargell would again hit a ball completely out of the stadium, a 470 foot shot off of Dodgers ace Andy Messersmith. Former Dodgers great Mike Piazza is the lone Dodger to hit a home run out of the stadium, a 470 foot blast versus the Colorado Rockies in 1997.
By: Chris Cabrera
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