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Today was my Select-a-Seat appointment at Dodger Stadium. I went hoping that the two seats next to me were available. The owner of those seats lives out of state so you always see different people there and I am always talking to my friends to the right over those two people. Anyway, no luck, the seats were already renewed.
There were alot of cars in the parking lot when I got there. The Dodgers also have free Dodger Dogs, chips, sodas and bags of peanuts on those days. As I was going up the escalator, I ran into Ben Platts from MLB. I told him “I LOVE this place!” He said “I know!” LOL
I went to the Top Deck so that I could sit in my seats! Ahhh. take a look at the view from there. So beautiful, so relaxing. You can see a little snow in the mountains.
Looking at another side from the Top Deck, you can see the Hollywood sign
Here is a view of the Top Deck from the field level. See the Dodger Logo? to the right are my seats against that wall where I put the tag so stop by and say HI if you are at the stadium.
Here a view from the Club level and the row of pictures down the hall. Here it starts with the Captain Pee Wee:
Here is the Duke (pic size 444 because of his number)
Vin Scully Press Box. The door was open but NO! I would not go in to sacred grounds!
One view from the Top Deck parking lot. Between the two palms to the right you can see City Hall (pointy building) where scenes from Superman, Dragnet and Adam 12 were filmed. It was built in 1923.
This to the right of mural. I like the tree here. Beyond you can see snow in the mountains. This is one of the entrances for the media. I am curious about that white wall and the indentations. I don’t know what is depicting.
from the dugout level. Players pass here on their way to the clubhouse. This wall has the name of every player that has played for the Dodgers. Don’t remember up to what year. Sandy Koufax and Jackie Robinson’s names are on this part.
On the other side of the player’s names wall are some pictures. Here is one of the longest playing infield of Ron Cey, Russell, Lopes and Garvey.
well, after all that I went to the gift shop! Great bargains there! The store has been having a 50% discount on the entire store since December. Some stuff is even cheaper now. Players jerseys no longer wtih the team are $20 to $30. I got other kind of t-shirts from $2.50 to $5.
Note: I am saving the pictures of Jackie Robinson to post on his birthday.