Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Dodger Stadium looking like old times

The ticket machines were clicking away as a swarm of blue was coming into the stadium. As I sat at the box seats I couldn’t believe my eyes. It felt like it was 2009 again when there were fans cheering on their team and thanking the owners for a season they wouldn’t miss.

This 4th of July Dodger Stadium felt like old times. I sat there looked around and was surprised to see the seats filled from pavilion to top deck, but then again what would you expect with tickets being cheap as four dollars for top deck and reserved and field level at 27 dollars.

People came to the stadium because it was a cheap place to see fireworks, but for three hours it didn’t feel like that. There was the wave, making nose, beach balls landing on the field and chanting “lets go Dodgers” it was my blue heaven I missed.

It gave my friends and I hope that it may one day be like this again. I do hope this happens soon, but with Frank McCourt continuous battle to keep the team, who knows when Dodger Stadium will see its glory days again.


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