Dodger Stadium is one of a kind. It’s on top of a hill, with the best view of LA, the sunsets are undefeated, and the baseball field is the best in baseball. There is nothing like Dodger Stadium and the atmosphere during the game. The fans rock with their team through thick and thin, and no one roots for its players like Dodger fans.
It’s the best place to be during the spring, summer, and fall, and newly added/former Dodger Miguel Rojas will witness that firsthand.
Rojas joined the Chris Rose Rotation and discussed how he took the fans in Los Angeles for granted in his first go-around and how he won’t do that again.
Rojas’s first year in the big leagues was in Los Angeles in 2014. He first came in as a shoo-in for Juan Uribe but ended up playing the rest of the regular season and even made the playoff roster.
Dodger fans show up and show out in every game. The 81 games at Dodger Stadium are always different; anything and everything can happen.
LA has led in attendance in nine of the last ten seasons (2020 attendance information is unavailable due to the Covid pandemic), with 2022 having a total of 3,861,408 fans and an average of 47,671 fans in a span of 81 games.
Dodger fans are behind their players, and we can’t wait to see what this Dodger team has in store for us in 2023.