Seat view from loge box section 112 at Dodger Stadium, home of the Los Angeles Dodgers

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0 #2 Matt 2014-02-27 07:10
There are many Loge Boxes on the 2nd level; many of them that offer one of the premier views of the field in the entire stadium. Section 112 is one of them. The closer you are to row A here, the more prime your seats are going to be in regards to seeing what's going on at the plate. We could see the deepest depths of the field and were close enough to still distinguish one player from the other. On our left and right were the newly improved big screens in the outfield. They're now bigger and brighter.
Each seat is roughly 19 inches wide according to an usher I spoke with. The room you get for your knees is average and on par with what you'll find at other MLB ballparks. Don't worry about having to hold onto your beer during the game, every seat has it's own cup holder. There is a lot I like about this stadium but what I don't like is the shady crowd that it can bring. With that said... PAY GOOD MONEY FOR YOUR SEATS!!!


After the 2012 renovations, I began to see more concession and game items geared towards the Dodgers Asian fan base. (There are a lot of Asians in California). If you're a beer enthusiast, check out 'Hite Beer'. You'll see it at a number of concessions throughout the stadium. I think they're $10 per beer.
Parking is a hassle at all stadiums but it's especially a hassle at this one! I've found the greatest asset to be the Dodger Express Bus that leaves from Union Station downtown. It's free to ride and although it gets crowded and drops you off behind the pavilion seats, it will save you a lot of time. It's an essential option for the fans in town staying at the hotels in downtown LA (there are no hotels adjacent to the stadium).
0 #1 John M 2013-08-09 00:27
To give you an idea what the view of the field is like from section 112, here is a Youtube video shot from there during a Dodgers game at Dodger Stadium.

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