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Dodgers News: Team Provides Fans With New Stops On Stadium Tour

[new_royalslider id=”76″] With all the renovations and improvements made over the last two off-seasons at Dodger Stadium, there are new additions to the behind-the-scenes public tours for fans to enjoy.

On top of learning about Dodger history and visiting sites such as the Dodgers dugout, field, visitor’s clubhouse, Vin Scully’s press box and the Lexus Dugout Club where the team’s World Series trophies and other awards are, the 80-90 minute tour will now include trips to the new outfield plazas and bullpen overlook bars.

Fans will also be allowed early access to the Field Level to view batting practice for pre-game tours. The tours are held year-round, except on select holidays and are conducted three times daily at 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., and 1 p.m.

This season, the Dodgers also offer pre-game tours, which run three hours prior to first pitch on most game days. Tours start at the top of the park and end at the official team store at the top of Dodger Stadium.

Tickets for the stadium tour are $20 for adults and $15 for children age 14 and under, military personnel and seniors age 55 and older. Children under the age of three are free of charge. Pre-game tours are $30 and fans must present a game ticket and a pre-game tour ticket. A schedule for the tours can be found at

Private tours with special pricing for groups of 20 or more are also available and can be organized by contacting 323-224-1507 or by emailing [email protected].
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  1. I am extremely upset to learn that the Dodgers are planning on presenting an award to the group SPI (Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence). Baseball is a national past time where no one should be made fun of, put down, intimidated, or bullied! SPI is a group that mocks the Catholic faith. The actions of this group should be considered as totally intolerable by all who value every person on this earth! Presenting an award to the SPI would definitely be a black mark on the name of the Dodgers’ baseball team.

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