The Dodgers moved to Dodgers Stadium in 1962. The first home run hit by a Dodger there was by Jim Gilliam off Moe Drabowsky of the Cincinnati Reds in the third inning of the game played April 11, 1962. The Dodgers won the game 6-2. It was the second game ever played at Dodger Stadium. The first home run ever hit at Dodgers Stadium was by Wally Post of the Reds the day before, April 10, 1962.
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Dodger Stadium is located in the Chavez Ravine, adjacent to downtown Los Angeles, California.
The LA Dodgers play their home games at Dodgers stadium which is actually near the beach. If you are going to Dockweiler Beach it takes 27 minutes. That is probably the closest beach near dodger stadium.
There are a couple of ballparks in Major League Baseball that have yellow seats. Miller Park (home of the Milwaukee Brewers) and Dodger Stadium (home of the Los Angeles Dodgers) both have yellow seats. Miller Park has them on the upper level, and Dodger Stadium have them on the lower level.
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Dodger stadium, home of the Los Angeles Dodgers, is the second oldest stadium in the National League, open in 1962.
Yes. When the Dodgers moved to Los Angeles, they played their home games for the first four seasons (1958-1961) at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. They moved to the new Dodger Stadium for the 1962 season.
I think it was Wally Post of the Cincinatti Reds.
31,525. The Dodgers drew 2,553,577 fans for 81 regular season home games.
mel ottCANNOT BE THE ANSWER, OTT DIED IN 1959 AND DODGER STADIUM OPENES IN 1962, MY GUESS IS DUKE SNIDER BUT I'M REASEARCING IT
It depends, during the the regular season the Dodgers play 81 games at Dodger Stadium, but they are in the playoffs so there will be at least two more home games but it could be more depending how far they make it in the playoffs.