As the sun sets, the lights come on at the newly remodeled Dodger Stadium Tuesday as the team prepares for its first night game of the season.
The Los Angeles Dodgers made huge improvements and additions to Dodgers Stadium for the 2013 season, and finished them just in time for the home opener.
Dodger CEO Stan Kasten says there will be continued improvements throughout the year. “With construction happening all through the ballpark in every area of the stadium, we are proud to say that we have accomplished what we set out to do this year and we will continue to work to make sure the L.A. fans have the best experience of any ballpark,” added Kasten.
The team has put $100 million into stadium improvements that include new scoreboards, LDS screens, restroom upgrades, wider walkways, new eateries, children play areas, larger than life bobble heads, and Dodger memorabilia everywhere you look.