The wait is finally over. For the first time since 1989, the Dodgers will unveil a championship banner and hand out championship rings at Dodger Stadium.
After opening up the first seven games of the season on the road, the Dodgers return home and will host the Washington Nationals for a three-game series. All of the ceremonies and championship celebration will take place today, and here is everything you need to know.
How to watch
If you’re not going to the game, you’ll be able to still catch the entire ceremony from home.
Opening Day pregame ceremonies will be televised exclusively in their entirety on Spectrum SportsNet LA, carried live on radio on AM 570 LA Sports and AM 1020 (Spanish) and streamed in HD on the free iHeartRadio app (search AM 570 LA Sports).
I know a lot of people have been asking whether or not it will be streamed on Facebook or Youtube, and unfortunately I don’t have an answer. Stay tuned for more updates.
Info for those going to the game
If you’re going to be at Dodger Stadium this afternoon, enjoy! Here are some key points to know for your day.
- Stadium gates and auto gates will open at 10:30 a.m.
- Fans are encouraged to be in their seats by 11:45 a.m. for pre-game ceremonies
- Parking must be purchases in advance online
- Masks are required to be worn at all times, aside from when eating or drinking
- No cash will be accepted at the stadium
- All food orders will be placed from your seat online at dodgers.com/food
- HAVE FUN!