Any and all news related to Dodger Stadium, which opened in 1962. This includes any plans to renovate the stadium, or if the Los Angeles Dodgers plan to move to a different stadium downtown.
New Hall of Famer Gil Hodges will have his number 14 retired at Dodger Stadium on Saturday, June 4 before a game against the Mets.
The Dodgers ninth annual LGBTQ+ night at Dodger Stadium will include honoring Glenn Burke, the first openly gay MLB player. Details of the June 3 ceremonies within.
Dodger Stadium when it opened in 1962 was the first privately-financed MLB stadium in nearly four decades. We look back at some challenges over the final few months of construction at Chavez Ravine, and anticipation of the Dodgers new ballpark.
The Dodgers allowed fully vaccinated fans to sit in two Loge sections without distancing restrictions at Dodger Stadium on Saturday, with hopes to expand to other sections during the next homestand.
The Dodgers will open up two sections down the right field line for fully-vaccinated people 16 and older (and kids with proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours) on the Loge Level for Saturday’s game against the Padres.
Some new things for 2021 at Dodger Stadium, including healthy and safety protocols, and Dunkin’ Donuts now the official coffee and donut of the Dodgers.
A look at the Dodgers ticket plans with Dodger Stadium at 20-percent capacity for the start of the 2021 season.
Major League Baseball will almost certainly not have an All-Star Game in 2020, meaning Dodger Stadium will have to wait to host its first midsummer classic since 1980.
A book review of ‘Stealing Home: Los Angeles, the Dodgers, and the Lives Caught in Between’ by Eric Nusbaum, a wonderful chronicle of the history of Chavez Ravine and how Dodger Stadium came to be.
Construction at Dodger Stadium has slowed down but remains ongoing during the coronavirus shutdown. An update was provided by the team Friday, narrated by Hall of Fame announcer Vin Scully.
All 30 Major League Baseball teams agreed to contribute $1 million to help compensate their local stadium workers for games missed during the coronavirus pandemic hiatus.
An update on the construction at Dodger Stadium, with just over three weeks before opening day. "I do feel confident that we’ll have 56,000 fans here on March 26," said Dodgers head of planning Janet Marie Smith
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Highlights from the press conference making the official announcement of the 2020 All-Star Game coming to Dodger Stadium.
Information regarding opening day at Dodger Stadium, specifically parking and pregame scheduled plus national anthem and ceremonial first pitch info.
30 years later, the seat where Kirk Gibson’s home run landed gets its time in the spotlight.
More protective netting has been installed for Dodgers games in 2018, both at Dodger Stadium as well as their spring home at Camelback Ranch in Arizona.
Information on parking, national anthem, ceremonial first pitches, and pregame festivities at Dodger Stadium for the first two games of the National League Division Series.