What's New for 2014 at Dodger Stadium
A look at some of the new features fans can expect at one of the league's oldest venues
A general view during the national anthem before the Los Angeles Dodgers take on the Atlanta Braves in Game Four of the National League Division Series at Dodger Stadium on October 7, 2013 in Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Dodgers will play their home opener Friday against the San Francisco Giants, providing fans with their first look this season inside the team's 52-year-old stadium after another round of renovations.
Dodger Stadium is the third oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball behind Boston's Fenway Park and Chicago's Wrigley Field, but the team invested in several upgrades over the past two seasons.
Dodger Stadium Upgrades:
- Expansion of the entries at the field level, enabling all fans with pavilion, dugout, field, loge and club tickets to enter at entrances in the north side of the stadium.
- Two 25,000-square foot plazas in right and left field. A fenced walkway will enable fans to move between the right and left field plazas.
- Seating and lounging areas at bars and drink rails overlooking the bullpens in the outfield.
- A dedicated pedestrian entrance at the stadium's main entrance at Sunset Boulevard, with new lighting, designed to encourage fans to use parking lots 13 and 14 along Stadium Way and the route 2 and 4 buses along Sunset Boulevard.
- A team store in the left field plaza; a New Era cap store in the right field plaza; areas to buy Hello Kitty merchandise in both outfield plazas; a Nike store on the loge level; Majestic jersey stores in the left field reserve level and the Lexus Dugout Club lobby.
- What the team describes as a "state of the art" wireless system.
- Additional parking spaces.