Dodger Stadium

Park Name: Dodger Stadium

Tenants: Los Angeles Dodgers (National League)

Opened: 1962

Address: 1000 Vin Scully Way, Los Angeles, California 90012

Dimensions: 330' (L), 395' (C), 330' (R)

Former Names:

Chavez Ravine {Alternate Name} (1962-1965)

Former Tenants:

Los Angeles Angels (American League) 1962-1965

California Angels (American League) 1965

The upper deck entrance at Dodger Stadium.

Retired number statues line the plaza in front of the upper deck entrance.

Downtown Los Angeles, as seen from the parking lot in front of the stadium.

Landscaped stairs lead between the different entrances outside the park.

Dodger Stadium is the only major league ballpark with a working gas station in the parking lot.

The view from behind home plate at Dodger Stadium.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Dodger Stadium, as seen from the right field corner of the park.

The pressbox sits above the second level, with two upper decks above it and a tower behind home plate.

The seating levels at Dodger Stadium are color coded and give the impression of a blue wave crashing on a tan beach.

Box seating behind the backstop.

Tan field level seats feature extra padding on the seats.

Dodgers retired numbers sit on the upper deck facade in the left field corner of the park.

Banners celebrating the Dodgers' World Series wins sit on the front of the Stadium Club in the right field corner.

Outfield bleacher pavilions at Dodger Stadium feature an iconic wavy sun shades.

The view from the upper deck at Dodger Stadium, with the hills of Chavez Ravine in the background.

The upper concourse.

A children's play area on the lower concourse.

The outfield wall is a uniform curve as it wraps around the field.

Hexagonal scoreboards are a signature feature of Dodger Stadium and stand over each of the outfield pavilions.

The Los Angeles Dodgers on the field during a game at Dodger Stadium.