Attending a baseball game in Dodger Stadium was a surprising experience. It was all about expectation and location. I expected a normal stadium (it isn’t) and I expected a urban local (not even). Living in LA means sitting in your car a lot. Hopefully, moving in your car, but most likely just sitting. I lived in the high desert of San Bernardino County, so it was a good hour drive from my home to Chavez Ravine. After so much start and stop, I exit the 5 onto Stadium Way which then winds through Elysian Park past the Chavez Ravine Arboretum. While driving through a park I saw families eating picnic lunches. I began to question if I was in the right place. At that point the trees opened to provide a view of one of the most unusual stadiums in baseball. From the parking lot the Think Blue sign is large and sets a very Hollywood sign tone for the experience.
Dodger Stadium is a unique stadium for so many reasons. It is one of the few MLB stadiums along with Kaufman Stadium that seems to exist in a Continue reading “Review: Dodger Stadium”