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Marlins 8 Dodgers 6

The LA Dodgers fell to the Miami Marlins 8-6 on Wednesday night to slide to 11-12 on the season.  Clayton Kershaw had another rough outing where he walked an eye popping six batters.  Grandal and Kemp both knocked in two runs each for the Dodgers.

Dodgers 4 Nationals 0

The LA Dodgers blanked the Washington Nationals n Saturday 4-0.  The Dodgers got another excellent outing from Ryu.  Ryu is now 3-0 on the season with a 1.99 ERA.  Ryu went 7 compelete innings only yielding two hits while striking out 8.

First Basemen Bellinger hit a two run homer to pace the Dodgers offense.  

Dodgers 10 Padres 3

The Los Angeles Dodgers routed the San Diego Padres 10-3 on April 16th to marginally bump up their record to 6-9 n the season.  The Dodgers received a wonderful pitching performance from Hyun-jin Ryu in this ballgame.  Ryu went six fll innings giving up just two earned runs.  He did not walk a batter and he struck out 9 Padres.  The bullpen took command from there.

Yasmani Grandal knocked in a whopping five runs for the Dodgers and Matt Kemp had 3 RBI as well.  The Padres defense committed three errors and the Dodgers certainly took advantage of that.

The Dodgers and Padres battle for two more games and then the LA Dodgers return to Dodger Stadium for two series.  First they face the Washington Nationals and then they will take on the Miami Marlins.

Current Dodgers Offensive Rankings:

Hits/Game - 8th

Runs/Game - 16th

Batting Average On Balls In Play - 23rd

NL West Standings

1. Arizona 9-3

2. Colorado 6-7

3. San Francisco 5-6

4. Los Angeles 4-7

5. San Diego 4-9

As we can all see the NL West is a bit of a mess currently.  There is only one team with a winning record as we get into mid-April of the 2018 MLB season.  There is still a ton of baseball left and plenty of time for the Dodgers to make a strong move.  

Dodgers Schedule

Things may appear less than stellar currently for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but April's schedule presents the etam with tons of opportunity.  Currently the Dodgers have the Oakland Athletics at home for two more games in Dodger Stadium.  This is a great chance to grab two games here.

Then the Dodgers welcome the 1st Place Arizona Diamondbacks to Dodger Stadium.  The best way to gain ground in the division is to beat the first place team head to head.  There is a series against the Nationals this month as well and another set with the SF Giants along with a series against the San Diego Padres.  The record isn't pretty right now but April is far from over and the Dodgers can fatten up on some victories right here in April and get on track.

Justin Turner and Everything You Need to Know About the Third Baseman from LA

It would be a huge understatement to say that the third baseman for the Dodgers was a huge acquisition for the team. He has performed sublimely during the last few years. Turner is one of the most talented performers in the team. At the age of 33, he has played second base, shortstop, first base and would eventually settle in to third base.

Life History

Justin Matthew Turner was born to John and Betsy Turner on November 23, 1984. He was born in California and attended Mayfair High School. Turner also has a small sister and he was married to his long time girlfriend a few months ago in the December of 2017.


His early school life was reeking with awards and honors due to his amazing performance in league play with an average of .514. His alma mater was the California State University where he majored in kinesiology while playing for the Titans. Turner was drafted in the 2005 MLB Draft by the Yankees but he refused to sign. He made his MLB debut for the Baltimore Orioles in 2009. He stayed with them for about a year and then would eventually sign with the New York Mets. He played for them till 2013 and then he came to none other than the Dodgers.

Justin Turner became of a part of the LA Dodger’s roster four years ago in 2014 and he had a breakout year with the team. He played 109 games due to the injuries of Hanley Ramirez and Juan Uribe. He ended the season with a .340 batting average and would end up signing another contract with the Dodgers. In the next three years, Turner would have an average of .526 and .275 in 2015 and 2016 respectively.

Turner’s 2017 in Review

Justin Turner’s 2017 was much better than his earlier seasons. He was the most profitable hitter for the team in 2017 and managed to bat a .322/.415/.530 and become the first Dodger in the past 16 years with a .400 percentage and .500 slugging percentage. In the post season, Turner would hit a .286/.420/.536 including four home runs and a record 14 RBI for the Dodgers in 15 games.

But, Turner’s year wasn’t exactly all good for the guy. He missed 19 games due to a hamstring injury in May and June. He missed almost a month and a half and even with that, we can say that the year was the best he had ever had.

After he returned from his injury, he more than made up for the loss with .377/.473/.582 slash line with 10 home runs and 37 RBIs. Turner’s performance slightly fell but he still managed to end the season with the third best batting average in the NL with 20 home runs and 71 RBIs.

Justin Turner still has three years left on his four year contract. He is one of the best leaders in the team and will inspire the Dodgers with his experience. The presence of Turner significantly improves their chances of winning their first World Series since 1988.

Clayton Kershaw Stats

Kershaw is currently 0-2 in three games started for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2018.  Kershaw's ERA however is 1.89 right now.  The main issue for Kershaw has been walks and the long ball.  Kerhsaw has walked three batetrs and given up three home runs.  This is not typical of Kershaw.  If the LA Dodgers can get their offense going look for Kershaw to start racking up a lot of wins for Dodger fans.  

Dodger Offensive Ranks Currently:

Hits/Game - 25th

Runs/Game - 26th

Batting Average On Balls In Play - 29th

It is quite clear that the slow start to this season for the Los Angeles Dodgers is due to their offensive struggles.  There is lots of baseball left this season so we shall see how things even out over the course of the season.

Matt Kemp – A Dodgers Veteran

Matt Kemp isn’t new to the Los Angeles Dodgers. He has been with the team for over 12 years and he started there fairly young. It would be a great insult to say that the team wouldn’t be half as good if they were missing Kemp. In his MLB career, he has spent the majority of the time with the Dodger.. As loyal fans to the Dodgers, we really hope we can say the same thing till the day he hangs that number 27 jersey for the last time.

Life History

Matt Kemp or Matthew Ryan Kemp was born on September 23, 1984 in Midwest City, Oklahoma to Carl Kemp and Judy Henderson. His parents were never married and he was raised by his mother and grandmother. He also had a step-brother but he died at the age of one.

Kemp attended the local Midwest City High School where he earned quite a name in baseball and basketball. He was a teammate with Shelden Williams as well. He would eventually receive a basketball scholarship to play for the Oklahoma Sooners which he would eventually leave.

Probing deeper into the personal life of Kemp, you can find some pretty interesting stuff. He and three other basketball teammates were accused of raping a 19 year old woman in Columbus. That’s why he had to leave the Sooners because of this. In 2008, his ex-girlfriend would file a restraining order against him on account of domestic abuse. On a lighter note, Kemp has dated Rihanna in the past.

Career with the Dodgers

Kemp started 2006 with a minor league team AA Jacksonville Suns and would end it with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He made his MLB debut against the Washington Nationals. He hit his first homer four days after his debut against Gavin Floyd from the Philadelphia Phillies. Kemp has seen his high and lows in his career. He even fell back into the minor leagues at one time and played for an AAA team but would make his way back to the major. It’s been a rough ride for the fellow, but he has earned his place in the Dodger.

Kemp performed outstanding well in 2011 and 2012 and won the All-Star Award in both consecutive years. He has also won two Gold Glove Awards and two Silver Slugger Awards.

Review of 2017

In 2016, Kemp was traded to the San Diego Padres where his performance took a steep decline. The team would eventually trade him off to Atlanta Braves. His performance as a Brave was decent, but he was again sold in December of 2017 and this time back to the Dodgers. He spent his entire year with the Braves and didn’t play a single game for Dodgers.

In 2017, Kemp did miss quite a few games due to injuries. However, his reconciliation came in the form of a three home run game. He became the first brave to do so since Mark Teixeira since 2008.

At the end of the season, he batted .276/.318/.463 and hit 19 home runs. However, it was a shame that for the first time in his career, he wasn’t able to steal any bases.

NL West Standings

1. Arizona 8-2

2. Colorado 5-6

3. San Francisco 4-5

4. Los Angeles 3-6

5. San Diego 3-8 

Los Angeles Dodgers – How Are they Doing in 2018?

The Dodgers, undeniably, had one of the best seasons the team has ever seen in 2017. The season was the 128th for the team and their 60th season in Los Angeles, California. The team finished the season with the most wins in the history of the team. The team managed to snag their fifth straight National League West championship. They were able to advance to the National League Championship Series for the third time in five seasons. The team was able to conquer the Chicago Cubs in five games and advanced to the World Series for the first time since 1988 where they well mercilessly put down by the Houston Astros in no less than seven games.

Before the 2018 season, the Dodgers lost the greater part of their roster when Yu Darvish, Brandon Morrow, Tony Watson, Chase Utley, Curtis Granderson, Franklin Gutierrez, Andre Ethier and O’Koyea Dickson became free agents. They would eventually rehire Utley to a $2 million, two year deal.

But, no one expected the Dodgers to get used to the major roster changes so quickly. And well, everyone was right. As of today, Dodgers have just two wins under their belt even though they’ve played 7 matches.

Overview of their 2018 Season

The Dodger line-up took the blunt of the impact when Ton Koehler and Justin Turner were put on the shelf due to severe injuries. Koehler suffered a strained shoulder and Turner suffered a non-displaced fracture of his left wrist due to being hit by a pitch. There isn’t a timeline to their return but they did start the season on the disabled list.

The Dodgers roster on opening day included the following talent:




Chris Taylor

Center fielder

Corey Seager


Yasiel Puig

Right fielder

Enrique Hernández

Second baseman

Cody Bellinger

First baseman

Matt Kemp

Left fielder

Yasmani Grandal


Logan Forsythe

Third baseman

Clayton Kershaw

Starting pitcher

The season for the Dodgers started off with a loss to the San Francisco Giants on March 29, 2018. Kershaw was starting off his eight consecutive match on Opening Day and was only able to score 1 run in six innings with seven strikeouts. This was the first time the Dodger lineup failed with the Opening from Kershaw. They ultimately lost and the second match was quite a similar story. They lost their second consecutive match due to a staggering offensive line up. This was the first time the Dodgers lost two starting games since the 1968 season andthis is the first time they lost two consecutive games in any season since 2000.

Kenta Maeda struck out 10 from the Giants in five innings and the offense from the LA boys was finally able to put some runs on the board – Finally winning the first game of the season.

The Dodgers' April was slightly better. They ended the series with the Giants on the 1st of April with a 9-0 victory and a split of the series. Rich Hill struck out five in six innings and Cody Bellinger hit his first homer of the season.

The Dodgers set off on April 2 to face the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field. The batting from Dodgers seemed decent as compared to their previous performance against the Giants but who knew their demise was to be continued. Yasmani Grandal and Logan Forsythe earned the lead for the Dodgers with their homers in the 9th. Chris Owings took the game into extra innings and in the 15th inning, Jeff Mathis’ pinch hit single proved to be the winning run for the Diamondbacks with 8-7. In the next game, Clayton Kershaw allowed 2 homers with six strikeouts but the bullpen impoded walking four batsmen into the seventh and the Diamondbacks claimed another match. Dodgers were defeated in a clean sweep as they fell piece by piece in the third match. By losing five of their seven matches, this is the worst start for them in the last twenty years (since 1998).

Current Record

The current record of the Dodgers seems terrible and it would be a huge understatement to say that it would be the worst season in the history of Los Angeles if their offense continues to be as unreliable as it currently is. They’ve lost 5 out of their seven matches. They were able to snag some dignity from the Giants by securing two out the five matches. But, the clean sweep to Diamondbacks was nothing short of a disgrace for the team. We hope to see the roster recovering in the upcoming matches against the Athletics and the Diamondbacks, but with the current record of 2-6, it doesn’t seem highly likely that they’ll be the ones making a comeback.

The season will grind on and the Los Angeles Dodgers have plenty of time to get things cranking.  They made it all the way to the end of a thrilling seven game World Series last year so the talent is definitely there.  They lost that World Series after having their Ace of Baseball on the mound in Game 5 and giving him a big lead that he blew.  The Experience no doubt created a hangover effect that happens in sports all the time.  This Los Angeles Dodgers team can get it going and there is plenty to be optimistic about overall.

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Dodgers vs Giants Friday Night

Game 1 of a three game set with the SF Giants starts tonight for the Dodgers as they look to rebound.  Kenta Maeda takes on D. Holland in the pitching duel as both teams look to get something going in what has been a disappointing season so far.

NL West Standings

1. Arizona 5-1

2. Colorado 4-3

3. San Francisco 3-3

4. Los Angeles 2-5

5. San Diego 1-6

The Dodgers are off to a rough start so far.  There is a big series underway with the SF Giants.  The issue is he lack of offense so far.  The Dodgers rank in the bottom third of most offensive categories.  The pitching has been great.  The Dodgers have a team ERA of 2.58.

The Los Angeles Dodgers battle the Giants now followed by two home series against the Oakland Athletics and the Arizona Diamondbacks.  

Dodgers News - 3/23

Yasiel Puig continues to swing the batw ell as the Dodgers move towards Opening Day.  The Dodgers now have just a few more roster spots to finalize and leave a few folks behind.

Puig hit another home run the other day and nw has seven extra base hits and a .317 average this spring.  The Los Angeles Dodgers certainly find that encouraging and hope that continues.

Chase Utley has been tossing around the idea of not finishing out the entirety of his two year contract.  Let's see what happens.

Dodgers News - 3/13

Los Angeles Dodgers SS Corey Seager finally started playing shortstop in real game action this past weekend.  The right elbow of SS Corey Seager has been a major concern for fans of the Dodgers all offseason.  Seager played five innings at shortstop and made a couple plays in his first game in the field.

He indicated that things felt fine and he will see where things go from here.  Seager was already swinging the bat quite nicely this spring so hopefully the elbow strengthens and he can play the infield consistently.

Dodgers News - 3/6

Kemp happy and healthy, but will he be around for the long haul?  After an offseason of trade expectations and weight loss, Matt Kemp seems perfectly happy and productive in left field for the Dodgers.  It's no secret the Dodgers looked to move him over the Winter but there didn't appear to be much interest.

Kemp is playing well enough in left field currently and swinging the bat nicely hitting above .300 with a couple home runs.  Are the Dodgers dressing him up for a trade?  Will he stay with the team throughout 2018?  We shall see.

Dave Roberts – Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers

Life History

Born David Ray Roberts on the 31st of May, 1972, Dave Roberts is an American outfielder who formerly played in the MLB-Major League Baseball. Dave was born in Naha, Okinawa to an African American father, a Japan stationed US Marine. He spent a large part of his childhood moving with his parents from one military base to the next. They ultimately settled in San Diego, California. He has a sister known as Melissa who is younger to him. As a freshman, Dave attended Vista High School and played MVP for the junior varsity baseball team. The following year, Dave transferred to Rancho Bueno Vista High School after its opening. At the institution, Dave was a standout in baseball, basketball and football.

Joining the Bruins baseball team in the position of walk-on outfielder, Roberts attended UCLA where his speed and enthusiasm impressed the coaches. He was such as exceptional player and got drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 1993 MLB-Draft’s 47th round. Although the drafting did not meet his expectations, he improved his game and made some achievements for the team. In 1995, Dave graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.

Baseball Career

Dave Roberts commenced his professional baseball career as a member of the Jamestown Jammers. This was after the Detroit Tigers selected him in the 1994 MLB Draft’s 28th round. He signed with them on the 9th of June of the same year. The Jammers were a short season class “A” team of the Detroit Tigers in the New York – Pennsylvania League. His amazing skill and enthusiasm contributed to the team’s success, seeing the Jammers win the division title with a record of 42-32. During the season, Dave hit .292 with 12 steals. The following year, Dave got promoted to join the Lakeland Tigers in the Florida State League. While playing for this side, Roberts hit .303 with 30 stolen bases in just 92 games, making his record one of the best in the entire league.

In 1996, Dave Roberts got transferred to the California League side Visalia Oaks. He was frustrated a lot by his stay at the team for several reasons among them being that it was made up of members from various organizations. He was almost giving up on a career in baseball during his time with the Oaks but was encouraged by his father to stay. He played a number of games, recording remarkable performances before proceeding to play for Southern League’s AA Jacksonville Suns, Cleveland Indians, Los Angeles Dodgers Boston Red Sox, San Diego Padres and San Francisco Giants.

Time as Dodgers’ Manager

After Retiring from his baseball career, in May, 2009, Dave joined NESN where he was a studio analyst. On November 23rd, 2015, Dave Rodgers was named the new manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers. This appointment made him the first minority manager in the history of the franchise and the new head of the dodger schedule. He started off his career with success, leading his team into setting a Major League Baseball record and boosting sales of dodger tickets. In 2017, Dave led his team to the World Series, going down in history as the very first manager of Asian heritage to make it to the World Series. The dodger schedule

Other Interesting Info

  • He was also the manager of San Diego Padres
  • He played football as a starter quarterback

Dodgers Update – 2/16

Spring Training is off and running for the Los Angeles dodgers and all of Major League Baseball.  All of the teams are in either Florida or Arizona and everyone is dreaming of the World Series and taking a look at how they can make all the pieces of the puzzle fit together. 

One of the biggest pieces of news so far of course is the loss of pitcher Yu Darvish.  Darvish tested the free agency market and did sign a huge deal with the Chicago Cubs.  The Dodgers of course were well aware of Darvish’ options and that he could leave.  The team is quite satisfied with the arms it has and will plow forward with a solid starting rotation.

Other notes from early on in Dodgers Spring training include Matt Kemp’s renewed focus and energy on improving his defense and the platoon situation behind the dish.  Also of note is the fact that as it stands the Dodgers starting rotation has four of its five talking the hill left handed.  Will Kemp’s defense improve?  How will the platoon situation behind the plate work out?  Will the Dodgers get another right hander in the rotation or roll forward with the four left handers?  Tune in to find out as Dodgers Spring training moves on.

Clayton Kershaw – Los Angeles Dodgers

Life History

Born on the 19th of March, 1988, Clayton Edward Kershaw is an American baseball player who plays pro pitcher for the MLB – Major League Baseball side Los Angeles Dodgers. The starting pitcher has since 2008 participated in the major leagues. Left-handed, Clayton has had an amazing run throughout his career as a baseball player. Raised by his mother after the parents’ divorce in the late ‘90s, Kershaw was born in Dallas, Texas. As a child, he took part in youth sports leagues such as Little League Baseball.

For his education, Clayton Kershaw attended the Highland Park High School where he was a pretty active baseball player. He even played center for Mathew Stafford, the quarterback in the varsity football team.

Early Years of Playing Baseball

After developing his skills in the pitch and perfecting his talent, Kershaw built a reputation for himself in 2006 after posting a 13-0 record with an ERA –Earned Run Average of 0.77, recording 139 strikeouts in the 64 innings pitched. Kershaw further exhibited his talents during a playoff game in which his side faced the Northwest High School of Justin, Texas. In the game, he managed to pitch an all-strikeout perfect game, striking out all the batters (15 in number) he faced in the match.

Clayton Kershaw participated in the Pan Am Championship where he pitched for the Junior National Team of the USA Baseball. His amazing skills and unrivalled talent saw him get selected as the High School Baseball Player of the Year by USA Today. He was also named baseball’s Gatorade National Player of the Year.

Considered top high school pitcher there was, Clayton made it into the 2006 MLB – Major League Baseball draft. He was then selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the draft’s seventh overall pick. Although he had initially committed to the Texas A&M University, Kershaw turned down an offer of a scholarship to sign a contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers. The signing bonus for the contract was estimated to be $2.3 million, making it the largest bonus to any Dodgers draft pick at the time of its signing. It has however since been topped by the 2010 draft of Zach Lee.

Career with The Dodgers

On the 24th of May, 2008, Clayton Kershaw entered into a contract with The Dodgers and was immediately included in the Active Roster. His debut as a Dodger was one of the most anticipated pitcher starts in Dodger’s history and led to the sale of a considerable amount of Dodger Tickets. His debut was against St. Louis Cardinals on the 25th of May. His debut was a total success as he struck out the first batter he faced and proceeded to achieve seven strikeouts through the game. He pitched two innings for the game and facilitated two runs. At the time of his debut, Kershaw was MLB’s youngest player, a title that he held for a whole year.

On the 27th of July, 2008, Kershaw won against the Washington Nationals his first major league game. For the game, Kershaw pitched six-plus shutout innings. He struck out five, allowed four hits and a walk.

World Series with The Dodgers

On June 2nd, 2017, Kershaw struck Milwaukee Brewer’s Jonathan Villar making his 2000th career strikeout. This was quite an achievement on his side and a boost to his career as it made him the fifth youngest player in the history of the major league to hit the mark. It also made him the 2nd fastest pitcher to reach 2000 strikeouts achieving the feat in 277 games. During the 2017 World Series, Kershaw started the opening game for the Los Angeles Dodgers in which they faced the Houston Astros. Striking out 11 batters in the game, Kershaw allowed only one run without walking anyone. His performance in the game propelled his side to an amazing win. The 11 strikeouts he made in the game were the third most ever achieved by a Dodger pitcher.

Other Interesting Information

  • He relies on velocity changes, movement and deception for his pitching style.
  • He is active in volunteer work when he is not in the field.
  • Together with his wife, Kershaw rose the book Arise to help raise money for an orphanage in Zambia. 

Dodgers Update – 2/5

As expected free agent outfield Curtis Granderson has signed a contract elsewhere.  Acquired last season for the postseason push, Granderson made little offensive impact with the Dodgers in 2-17.  He signed a one year deal with the Toronto Blue Jays.

The progression of Chris Taylor in the outfield will be a big story to watch this season.  Taylor exploded onto the scene last year and ended up with 21 home runs and 17 stolen bases.  He should see a full season of playing time this season but also the sophomore slump potential as teams get to know him and his tendencies.  It should be exciting.

Dodgers Update – 1/30

The Dodgers obviously had an immensely successful 2017 campaign even though they fell in 7 games to the Houston Astros in the World Series.  The team continues to march forward and build a long term program in place that is lasting and sustainable.  The new ownership and TV money is certainly there to support this long term commitment to excellence on the field.

The offseason has included a handful of marriages for Dodger players and of course various rumors about trades and free agency.  Much of the talk centers on Yu Darvish and Matt Kemp.  There is also that issue of center field and whether Chris Taylor will be the everyday CF for the boys in blue this season.  With a long run all the way to Game 7 of the World Series the offseason is not all that long for the Dodgers.  Spring Training is merely a couple of weeks away at this point.

MLB Team Stats – 2017

Let’s poke around a little bit and take a look at where the Los Angeles Dodgers rank in some critical team stats for MLB.  This can help fans understand where the strengths and weaknesses are and what the Dodgers may be looking to improve via trades and free agency.

Plate Appearances:

1.      Astros

2.      Yankees

3.      Dodgers

4.      Cubs

5.      Red Sox

Run Differential:

1.      Indians

2.      Dodgers

3.      Yankees

4.      Astros

5.      Nationals

Isolated Power:

1.      Astros

2.      Diamondbacks

3.      Athletics

4.      Dodgers

5.      Rangers

Secondary Average:

1.      Dodgers

2.      Diamondbacks

3.      Indians

4.      Yankees

5.      Athletics

Some of these stats may seem off the wall and perhaps a bit crazy, but you will notice a trend.  These are team offensive stats and you do see the top teams in MLB from last season throughout these rankings.  There has to be something to that.  

All in all it’s clear the Dodgers have a very competitive offense.  We can break that down by position later to see where the main weaknesses are on offense.


History: Dodger stadium is a major baseball park, located at the Elysian park very close to Los Angeles, Praeger-Kavanagh Waterbury did the architect, and it was built 56 years ago, and the construction lasted for three years or less between 1959-1962. The Dodger Stadium project took a huge cost of 23million US Dollars. It is the city’s significant league base. Dodger stadium has a capacity of 56,000 and sometime in the past, recorded an attendance of 57,000 persons. Presently, Dodger stadium is the oldest ballpark in MLB (major league baseball) and has the largest seat capacity. It is usually referred to as pitcher’s park. The land portion used for dodger stadium was formerly seized from individual owners and dwellers as at the 1950s by Los Angeles city with the plan of developing the Elysian park by building public housing projects, playground, schools and college. The project was then a difficult one not until June 3, 1958, when Los Angeles voters approved a taxpayer committee for ‘yes on baseball’, there was enough funds to acquire352 acres of Chavez Ravin from the city. Dodger Stadium was the first stadium to be built with private money.

Renovations: Dodger stadium has been undergoing an upgrade for a while now. This renovation began last winter and involves a lot of improvement activities such as a thorough expansion of the field level entrances and relocation of the visiting clubhouse. A mega plan has been tabled to the big city of Los Angeles, waiting for approval for the second phase of the project. The renovation is expected to be in time for regular season home opener.

The following is a list of improvement to be made;

•    Reasonable expansion of the field entrance to enable fans with loge, club tickets, dugout and pavilion to enter the stadium from the north side.

•    Upgraded food services with outdoor speciality fare where former players and hall of fame managers can spend some time with their fans.

•    Comfortable seating and lounging areas for drinking and relaxation.

•    A significant expansion of the popular reserve level ‘Taqueria’ very close to the kids plays area at the left field reserve entry.

•    Improving the electrical infrastructure of the stadium, designed to promote safety and provide fans with technology, comfort and relaxation.

•    Enhancement of the ballpark landscaping

The just made renovation took a whooping sum of 100million US dollars and was recorded as the most extensive renovation so far. It’s interesting that the stadium retained its original look and structure while adding the state-of-the-art amenities.

Parking: Dodger stadium has roughly 16,000 parking space, hence once dodger tickets are gotten, finding a parking space may not be a problem but for what price? The general rate for parking at Dodger stadium is 10$ in advance and 20$ at the gate. The normal speed limit of Dodger stadium parking is 1.4 miles per hour. Dodger stadium parking has a laydown rules which includes.

•    The target is to provide safe and convenient parking areas for all fans as people who purchase Dodger tickets, and Dodger Stadium parking passes in advance will be dedicated to prepaid lanes.

•    The purchase of Dodger Stadium parking in advance for lots 13 and 14 are usually offsite on stadium way and allows for easy entry and exit.

•    When leaving the environment, you are expected to exit from the same gate you entered

•    Once dodger tickets are gotten, provisions are made for disabled dodger stadium parking permit or license by parking cashiers and attendants.

•    Dodger stadium parking entrances are made open 2.5 hours before the scheduled game time.

•    Drinking of alcohol while driving is prohibited.

How to get there: The dodger stadium traffic is quite Hence many routes are made available for easy movement. The fastest route from union station to the stadium is through the china town and Downtown gate. The secret of getting to Dodger Stadium early includes

•    Avoiding early arrival

•    Biking is surely a reliable way of getting there fast

•    A walk from Chinatown gold line isn’t a bad idea, but may not be too favourable for hot days.

•    You could as well take a shuttle through the shortest and less congested route.

Memorable moments: A lot of memorable and indelible moments occurred in Dodger stadium, some of which are;

•    Kirk Gibson’s home run in 1988, he was inserted as surprise pinch hitter by Tommy Lasorda.

•    Clayton Kershaw’s no-hitter against Colorado Rockies on June 18, 2014

•    Dodger Stadium opened on April 10, 1962, after spending previous seasons at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and lots more.

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