Filed underOut And About LA
By Deb Flomberg
Grab some hot dogs and a few boxes of CrackerJacks, maybe an ice cold beer or two, and get ready to enjoy one the most American of all past times. A visit to Dodger Stadium is something that should be on the rotating schedule of family events for every family in California. So many great family memories start with that time dad took you to the ballpark, so start making some of your own memories there as well.
As the third oldest continually used park in Major League Baseball, Dodger Stadium is a favorite of many baseball fans throughout the country. Its been home to some truly spectacular historical events as well. From the 1984 Olympic Games to the 2009 Wold Baseball Classic Final, and even a Mass conducted by Pope John Paul II, there have been a lot of landmark moments at this historic park. More than 147 million baseball fans have walked through its doors since 1962, and there have been a lot of recent improvements to keep the park competitive and running smoothly for all the guests.
Today, when you enjoy a game at Dodger Stadium, you can also enjoy HD video screens, new scoreboards, expanded clubhouses and WiFi at the stadium. Plus there are some new concession items hitting the food stands this year. Try the new Brooklyn Dodger Dog, the Big Blue Burger or even Street Style Carne Asada Tacos. Food at Dodger Stadium is a treat it its own right, so bring your appetite when you go to your next game. And speaking of your next game, don’t forget to get ready to root for the home team, as the Dodgers have won four World Championships and many more titles throughout their legacy.
When you head out to enjoy this amazing ballpark, be sure to set out in the 2014 E350 Sport Wagon From Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You will have plenty of room for the whole family as you all arrive at Dodger Stadium in style while enjoying the luxurious and elegant interior. Then get ready to have some fun as a family, and make a lot of new memories spending a fun-filled day at one of the most historic parks in baseball history.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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