What’s the one thing we’ve seen just once at Dodger Stadium in the historical park’s 56-year resume? That would the all-star game of course. And according to multiple sources on the internet, we might be seeing its return to Dodger Stadium in the near future.
The Dodgers front office is fighting hard to secure the game for 2020 at Dodger Stadium. The last and only time the midsummer classic as they call it has been hosted by the Dodgers was back in 1980. That was the year that the Dodgers also unveiled the brand new state of the art diamond vision above the left field pavilions. Ah sweet diamond vision I’ve missed you, but I digress.
The Dodgers are so hyped about bringing the all-star game back to Chavez Ravine that they’re willing to pay 100,000 dollars for it. The Los Angeles City Council has to authorize a contract between the two sides first. Which they already did. There’s an all-star game selection committee that decides on where the future games will be held. That means MLB officials have to inspect and approve Dodger Stadium first before the game is played there.
But what officials would ever disapprove Dodger Stadium? It’s the most beautiful park in baseball. The sights and sounds, the pavilions, the Los Angeles view, the pristine field, and the classic design. The place is dripping with history and Montejo beer. There is no better place for an all-star game than Dodger Stadium.
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