Keeping the momentum up after the $100-million makeover it wrapped up last spring, Dodger Stadium's embarking on the second phase of upgrades, which should be done by April—just in time for fans to enjoy them for the first game of the regular season, says the team's website. It's nothing too drastic (this guy won't have to change his head tattoo), but the plans should boost convenience and gluttony (like we needed help with that). The plans outline bigger entrances at the Field level, "enabling all fans with Pavilion, Dugout, Field, Loge and Club tickets to enter the convenient entrances on the north side of the stadium," more outfield seating just over the bullpen, and a ton of added snack options, including a "hot-off-the-grill BBQ ... where the Hall of Fame manager and other former players will spend time with fans."
Also planned are an expansion of the Reserve level's La Taqueria and the addition of an Italian concession stand named for Tommy Lasorda, a relocation of the visiting team's clubhouse so that it's closer to all the player facilities (conditioning room, training area) built in the last phase, and continued work on the electrical system in order to "provide fans with better technology" (more JumboTrons??)
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