Dodgers busy improving aging stadium before season

Associated Press
Dodgers busy improving aging stadium before season

Construction workers stand by in front of hundreds of field level seats that are gone and a trench has been excavated, leaving only the Los Angeles Dodgers home dugout in place, as work continues on an estimated $100 million in improvements to Dodger Stadium, home to the National League baseball team since 1962, Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, in Los Angeles. Changes include a new home team clubhouse, expanded training and conditioning areas, and new batting cages for both teams under field-level seats. There will be a new high definition video boards, a new sound system and state-of-the-art Wi-Fi network and cellular antenna system, wider concourses and additional locations for wheelchair bound fans, and expanded and renovated restrooms.(AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

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