Dodger Stadium. The 3rd oldest ballpark in the country celebrates it’s 50th anniversary this year and we were along for the ride. Although historic value alone would be enough to visit this park, we were going to try and knock off a few Windows Phone Bucket List items that accent the stadium’s rich history. The park was actually built in Chavez Ravine in Los Angeles and was the first west coast ballpark erected in 1962. Although there’s no shortage of parking in the lots, because of the huge differences in elevation around the park, it could be more than difficult to find your gate entrance or will call. The stadium is very basic in aesthetics and what it lacks in appeal makes up for with a throwback to the mod days of circular architecture. The pale yellow seats are the stadium’s staple, but one can’t help but think of a weathered Fisher Price plastic toy when looking at them. Overall the park is in great condition considering it’s age, but now that Magic is in the picture maybe its time for a facelift to compete with the much more fan friendly, less likely to get shanked, blonde bombshell of a stadium more »
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