Dodgers fans have long to see it. For more than 30 years, Dodger Stadium featured the banners from 1955, 1959, 1963, 1965, 1981, and 1988. While the banner for 2020 will be raised before the home opener on Friday, April 9, there are already new reminders about the club’s latest championship.
Courtesy of the legendary Dodger photographer Jon Soo Hoo, here’s a first look at the new artwork posted at Dodger Stadium to commemorate the seventh title in franchise history.
Fans will be welcomed back to the ballpark after spending a season away due to the pandemic. As a reward for all of our patience, the Dodgers brought home a World Series crown and will get the rings to prove it on April 9th before playing the Washington Nationals.
Almost by fate, the last time fans watched the Dodgers play in person at Dodger Stadium, the Nationals stunned them in the 2019 NLDS, so there will be some form of poetry to that.
In less than two weeks, we can finally start to see all sorts of new things at the ballpark. Be stoked.
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