Originally posted on CBS Los Angeles:
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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Baseball fans can look forward to a better game day experience in 2013 as the Los Angeles Dodgers Tuesday announced plans for improvements to their 51-year-old stadium.
“Dodger Stadium is a treasured piece of the Los Angeles community and we will respect that heritage while restoring and enhancing the venue for our fans in the 21st century,” team President and CEO Stan Kasten said. “When the improvements are completed, the stadium will retain its classic look, but it will have a more comfortable feel.”
Planned upgrades include:
• New High Definition video boards in left field and right field. Existing message boards, including ribbon boards at the Loge level and outfield wall, will be replaced with the new technology as well. The unique hexagon shape of both scoreboards will be restored.
• A new sound system directed to minimize echoes and…
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