Here is the Bobblehead. To me the actual Bobblehead looks like Chan Ho Park. Here is also a picture of Chsm Ho Psrk & Ryu.
This picture fron Billingsley is from yesterday. He was in the bullpen when I got to the stadium as soon as the gates were open.
Initiated for the first time on April 15, 2004, Jackie Robinson Day is celebrated each year on that day. In 2004, The Dodgers were playing in San Diego. but starting in 2005, the Dodgers have been celebrating Jackie Robinson Day at Dodger Stadium. That tradition has been broken as the Dodgers will be in San Francisco on April 15, 2014.
I had taken it for granted that the Dodgers would always play at Dodger Stadium on April 15. Needless to say I am disappointed at the people who create the schedule and at the Dodgers that they did not push for this day to always be played at Dodger Stadium.
Just like many other Dodger fans, we will miss celebrating at Dodger Stadium. On that day, through Dodger Stadium, you could see fans sporting their Jackie Robison jerseys or t-shirts. One year I spotted the guy below wearing a Pasadena College jersey with Jackie’s number in the back. I also spotted a similar jersey from UCLA
We are very proud that Jackie Robinson went to Pasadena College and that he went to UCLA. Also that he broke the color barrier wearing a Brooklyn Dodger uniform.
I will wear my Jackie Robinson jersey at work since I won’t be going to San Francisco.
As a member of the Baseball Reliquary, I am proud that I voted for Dr. Frank Jobe in 2012. He was elected to the Baseball Reliquary Shrine of the Eternals that year on July 15, 2012. The day before, Dr. Frank Jobe was at Dodger Stadium with Tommy John throwing out the first pitch
pictures at Dodger Stadium taken by me.
At the Baseball Reliquary Induction Day July 15, 2012
Mudcat Grant was also inducted into the Baseball Reliquary Shrine of the Eternals.
Tommy John introduced Dr. Frank Jobe.
Rest in peace Dr. Frank Jobe. I think The Hall of Fame should have done something for Dr Jobe a long time ago. Dr. Jobe was the greatest man of Sport medicine. Nobody else has contributed as much to the sport as he has. Thank you Dr. Jobe.
Who remembers when Trader Joe’s and the Dodgers had the “Fearless Fan of the Day” At Dodger stadium? I remember that day during batting practice I was walking with a Trader Joe’s bag in the field level when a lady stopped me and asked me if I wanted to be the “Fearless fan of the day”. she said “you get to go on the field, but you have to wear this”. The this was a Dodger Hawaiian shirt. She had me at “you get to go on the field”. What I can’t remember is what year that was.
Here is the video from that day;
One early morning on my way to the Glendale train station to catch up with my train, I noticed this mural that included Dodger Stadium. I did not have a chance to stop but the next time that I took the train there, I made sure to stop and take pictures.
It is located at the LAPD Northeast division on San Fernando Boulevard. It shows Dodger Stadium, the Police Academy that is next door to Dodger Stadium. In this picture too is the Los Angeles Zoo.
Here is another part of the mural
And here is another part of this long beautiful mural that measures 21’X16′. The mural was designed and painted by more than a dozen young artists.
I just read this week’s Workpress Photo Challenge https://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/01/24/photo-challenge-juxtaposition/comment-page-4/#comment-300964 and right away I thought of the pictures I took today at Dodger Stadium. The juxtaposition of the elements at Dodger Stadium with tonight’s hockey game.
Hockey game at a Baseball Stadium? Yes! LA The Kings will meet the Anaheim Ducks. The San Gabriel mountains in the background.
pictures taken by me in the Top Deck of Dodger Stadium. My Dodger purse showing
Hockey sticks and other merchandise are being sold at Dodger Stadium to commemorate this historical hockey game.
I saw this on the Metrolink website at http://www.metrolinktrains.com/news/promotions_detail/title/stadium_series_2014
from the website:
Stadium Series – Kings vs. Ducks
Ride Metrolink from Orange County to Dodger Stadium
The National Hockey League is hosting a special Stadium Series hockey game between the LA Kings and Anaheim Ducks at Dodger Stadium. Metrolink is promoting the use of either Amtrak or Metrolink from Orange County to LA Union Station to attend the game. For Metrolink schedules, click here.
Metro will operate the Stadium Express shuttle with pick up on the Patsaouras Bus Plaza adjacent to the east portal of Union Station. The bus will continue to Dodger Stadium via Sunset Blvd. and Cesar Chavez Avenue. Service will be provided starting 90 minutes before the beginning of the game and will end 45 minutes after the end of the game.
The return trip back to Orange County is only available on Amtrak 796 departing from L.A. Union Station at 10:10 p.m.. For this game only, Amtrak will hold the train up to 45 minutes in the event the game goes into overtime. If you ride Metrolink to L.A. Union Station, you must purchase a separate Amtrak ticket one-way for the return trip from the ticket vending machine. One-way Amtrak tickets start from $12. Visit amtrak.com for more information.
NOTE: Amtrak does not stop at the Metrolink Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs, Buena Park, Orange, Tustin, Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo or San Clemente stations.
Dodger Stadium Express
Metrolink riders can board the Dodger Stadium Express at Bay 3 of the Patsaouras Transit Plaza at Union Station.
- Service leaves L.A. Union Station every 10 minutes, starting 90 minutes before game and operating every 30 minutes during the game.
- You’ll be dropped off inside Dodger Stadium behind Center Field.
- Return service on the Dodger Stadium Express runs until 45 minutes after the final period. For details, click here.
For those fans who want to experience a pre-game dinner near Union Station, here is a list of restaurants within a 10-minute walking distance of the station.