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The Los Angeles Dodgers are a Major League Baseball (MLB) team that plays games at Dodger Stadium in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The stadium was built in 1962 and has a seating capacity of 56,000. The Dodgers were originally founded in Brooklyn... ... read more

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Los Angeles Dodgers

The Los Angeles Dodgers are a Major League Baseball (MLB) team that plays games at Dodger Stadium in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The stadium was built in 1962 and has a seating capacity of 56,000. The Dodgers were originally founded in Brooklyn in 1883 but made the move to Los Angeles in 1958. Dodgers games are always a great source of entertainment in an entertainment rich town as they pit themselves against rivals in the West Division of the National League. The Dodgers are one of the most storied franchises in sports and winners of multiple World Series titles and Pennants. Famous Dodgers players include Tommy Lasorda, Duke Snider, Sandy Koufax, Roy Campanella, Jackie Robinson, and Don Drysdale. Dodgers tickets are always easy to come by as they can usually be purchased at the ballpark on game days.

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Jesse P. Jun 5, 2013
Watching the Dodger's play liver is a fun and entertaining experience. The Dodgers have two of the best and most exciting players in Major League Baseball in Clayton Kershaw and Matt Kemp. This season former Cy-Young award winner Clayton Kershaw recorded the fifth lowest ERA (Earned Run Average) amongst pitchers who have pitched at least 1,000 innings. Additionally at a Dodger Game you will get to have a good time with family and friends enjoy a beer and of course a world famous Farmer John Dodger Dog. Dodger Games are also a great venue for a family outing kids will get the opportunity to see their favorite players on the field and there are constantly free give-aways such as Dodger hats, player bobble heads, and other Dodger memorabilia.
Scott A. May 31, 2013
Is there a better way to spend a cool summer evening in Los Angeles than at the Chavez Ravine? Catching a game at the historic Dodger Stadium is not just a great opportunity to watch Dodgers baseball and follow some of the best players money can buy, but it is a fantastic experience for the entire family. From the breathtaking scenic views, to the absolutely delicious dodge dogs, to iconic the white and blue dodger uniforms, watching the boys of summer duke it out at one of the sports most historic venues is simply a treat for all. Under new management with one goal in mind, bringing a championship back to Los Angeles, the Dodgers front office has put together a team that has the fans and the city abuzz. So, if you are looking for a great way to spend the evening with the family, gather the kids and head down to Dodger Stadium and catch one of the sports most storied franchises.
Derek T. Apr 9, 2013
The historic Dodger Stadium has gotten even better as new management has created a family-friendly, fun-filled environment that everyone will enjoy. Some of the offseason renovations include: two new gigantic scoreboards in left and right field; a remodeled and widened stadium concourse so that you don’t have to take your eyes off the action even as you walk around the stadium; improved concession stands to facilitate getting your snacks as quickly as possible without having to wait in pesky lines and missing parts of the game; and a kid zone outside the stadium entrance for children to enjoy before the game begins! Aside from the stadium renovations, new ownership has also managed to fix some of the holes in the Dodgers lineup by acquiring some offensive threats, as well as some new arms for the starting pitching rotation. A healthy Matt Kemp and Carl Crawford, combined with the always-dominant Clayton Kershaw, offers high hopes for the Dodgers to win the NL West. 2013 is shaping up to be an exciting year for the Blue Crew that you do not want to miss out on it!
Alana K. Apr 3, 2013
It’s been a long winter for the Los Angeles Dodgers and I’m not just talking about the usual November-March baseball hiatus. The Frank McCourt winter has bloomed into a magical spring when Magic Johnson and the Guggenheim group showed fans what a whole new blue means. The screens were bigger, the food was better, the atmosphere happier, even the bathrooms were cleaner. The Los Angeles Dodgers and their stadium got a makeover and 2013 is looking like the year for the boys in blue. Clayton Kershaw took the mound in the first game only to throw a full game shut out AND hit the game winning homerun. Prior to that, the new ownership produced only what LA can do: a star filled montage welcoming back the fans to Chavez that ended with a previously elusive Sandy Koufax throwing out the first pitch. Showtime isn’t just for those 1980’s Lakers anymore. Spring is finally here!
Jonathan K. Nov 18, 2012
The Dodgers new ownership certainly showed last season that they are not afraid to go out and spend money. This season will be heavily scrutinized to see if the big name signings will pan out. Frankly, I think the Dodgers overpaid for their acquisitions (Carl Crawford, David Gonzalez, Josh Beckett). I think Carl Crawford is incredibly streaky & injury prone, Gonzalez needs hitters who get on base a lot, and Josh Beckett is a lazy, unmotivated bum. I am hopeful that the Dodgers can become a playoff team, but I think that ultimately depends on Kershaw remaining a top Ace and Kemp playing at his MVP-caliber level.
Sandy S. Oct 5, 2012
To be honest the only time the Dodgers evoked any sense of reaction from me was when they were bought by a consortium led by good ol' Magic Johnson for a massive $2 Billion dollars or so, I mean that amount really did manage to get my attention! It was more fun following the saga of the previous owner, Frank McCourt as to how his personal life was intertwined with the Dodgers....only in America can this happen! I have seen the Dodgers play only once until now and if I ever go back to see them it will only be for the passionate fans that they are lucky to have which makes watching their games at home such an amazing experience.
Anonymous Aug 15, 2012
The Dodgers now looked poised to make a deep run in the playoffs. I love what management has done to put some more bats in the lineup to bolster the teams offense. Hanley was a huge acquisition and Victorino is going to give the Dodgers a jolt of energy out of the lead off spot. Blanton is serviceable and League and Chiote are great for the bullpen. This in addition to the year that Ellis, Ethier, and Matt Kemp (MVP!) are having on offense and Kershaw, Billingsly, Harang, and Capuono look good pitching. I could see the Dodgers bringing another World Series championship to LA. GO DODGERS!!
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