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Dodgers: New Changes at the Stadium to Look Out For This Year



Dodgers fans have to be excited to get back out to the stadium this year. After the early playoff exit in 2021 and the excruciatingly long MLB lockout, getting to the Ravine has to be at the top of every fans list in Los Angeles this year. 

The Dodgers will also be featuring a few new look to the stadium this year. With the 2022 MLB All-Star Game set to take place here, the team has changed a few things up. So let’s dive into some of those upgrades to be on the lookout for!

Shoutout to our friends over at am570 for compiling this list of the new changes out at the stadium this year!

Jackie Robinson will not be the only statue out in the centerfield plaza this season with the Dodgers set to introduce Sandy Koufax’s in June. The bronze statue will forever stand there to commemorate one of the greatest pitchers to ever play the game. 

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There will also be new memorabilia and murals throughout the stadium. The Dodgers had new murals put up in left and right field with the 60th-anniversary logo of Dodger Stadium. There is also a Jackie Robinson mural, perfect timing for the 75th anniversary of Jackie breaking MLB’s color barrier. 

The club seating will also feature some changes this year, and fans will want to know about them. The Dugout Club is now being called the Yaamava’ Dugout Club by San Manuel. The Baseline Clubs have newly upholstered seats and upgraded food options. And the Homerun Seats in the outfield will now be called the Coca-Cola Home Run Seats.

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