Anyone as excited as I am? I'll be flying down to LA, to see the Giants open the season at Chavez Ravine. Pretty bummed they didn't get to start the season at home, but I guess it didn't hurt them in…Continue
Hey Evan. I hope you enjoyed your stay here in L.A., in spite of the unfortunate incident that happened on Opening Day. I just hope that unfortunate incident will not discourage you from ever coming back to Dodger Stadium as no fan should ever feel threatened to cheer for their team no matter where the game is. Again, I hope you had a great time and hope you will come back here again. I'm sure you and I will agree that those 2 cowards do not represent the rest of us Dodger fans. Take Care Evan.
I strongly recommend that you come decked in all Dodger Blue, your stay here in L.A. will be a lot more pleasant. Come dressed in Halloween colors, enter at your own risk....LOL...... Hey Evan, how's it goin ? Opening Day, the Thursday night game that YOU GUYS wanted to host, is always the hard one to get obviously, single game tix go on sale on the 26th @ 10AM. Though you can always register for the rights to buy Opening Day tix. As for the other 3 games, the Friday and Sunday night games will probably have big crowds because Friday night is fireworks night and the Sunday night ESPN game they're giving out those fleece sleve blankets ( You would look good in one...:) ). The best place for you to sit would be either the field, loge, or reserved levels. The top deck can be tough for a visitor, but you'll want to stay away from the left field pavillion, it's a fun place, but some ( OK, a lot of the fans ) out there tend to take their Dodger pride a bit above the extreme ( It would be like wearing anything but Silver and Black to a Raider game ) . If you want to venture around the stadium than you should get a field level ticket because they are very strict about fans moving down to lower levels if you dont have a ticket there. They'll let you move up, but if you dont have the proper ticket, you ain't movin' down. Oh yeah, where in L.A. are you planning to stay ? The reason I ask is because all the stories you've heard about L.A. traffic, they're all true. And if you're going to the Friday night game, you're going to be dealing with 1) Rush hour traffic 2) Dodger traffic and 3) Weekend traffic . Let me know if you need any more tips. Glad you enjoyed my blog.
True, but the funnier thing is that it actually messed up my plans for both Opening Days -- Home and Away. I'm just bummed that I missed Griffey's Opening Day last year, and will miss it again this year with Randy Johnson throwing out the first pitch. Oh well.
On the bright side, it looks like I will be able to take the family to our 3rd Tacoma Rainiers Opening Day!
LETS GO DODGERS !!! BEAT L.A. ? HAH ?.....LOL..... All rivalries , Great Rivalries aside, your Giants had a good year. The NL West was much improved this season and if the Jints, I mean, the Giants can improve their offense next year to compliment what they have in Lincecum and Cain, they could be a serious contender. ( I cant believe I said that ) Good season nonetheless for your team. OK, now back to playoff baseball. We'll continue this great rivalry next year.....GO DODGERS !!!!
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