Although it has been a significant piece of the LA landscape since 1962, there are some things that even the most avid Dodger baseball fans may not know about the team’s home field. So before you go – or go back – here are a few key tips.
First, not all areas in Dodger Stadium are created equal. For instance, if you want to turn the game into a party, then you need to make your way over to Right Field Pavilion 302, because this particular section has been deemed as the most fun.
Yet, if you’re looking for more than just a hot dog and a beer to keep your stomach from growling, the all-you-can-eat pavilion may be better suited for you. Here your ticket will include an unlimited number of Dodger Dogs, as well as popcorn, peanuts, and nachos, along with water and Coke products to wash it all down.
The Southern California sun can get pretty warm – particularly during a day game at Dodger Stadium. So, if you tend to look like a lobster after being outside for long periods of time, there are some shady sections of the ballpark that will keep you somewhat cooler.
If the sun doesn’t seem to bother you all that much, though, then any seat will do – at least as far as seeing all the action. That’s because Dodger Stadium was specifically built with no pillars or posts. So, there really is no bad seat in the house!