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How 19 Giant Earthmovers Carved Dodger Stadium Out of a Mountain

They literally moved mountains to create Dodger Stadium. Between 1959 and 1962, an army of construction workers shifted eight-million cubic yards of earth and rock in the hills above downtown Los Angeles, refashioning the rugged terrain once known as the Stone Quarry Hills into a modern baseball palace. » 5/06/14 6:02pm 5/06/14 6:02pm

Dodgers Game Marred By Giants Fan Trying To Interrupt The "Don't Stop…

The blog "Vin Scully Is My Homeboy" started its Friday off with a post titled, "Giants fan tries to disturb 'Don't Stop Believin' Guy,'" with DSBG being somewhat of a Chavez Ravine Idol contestant who performs Journey for his fellow attendees. The horror. And at the last home game of the season, no less! » 9/24/11 11:15am 9/24/11 11:15am

Report: Bryan Stow Beating Suspect Exonerated, Two New Suspects Arrested

Per the Los Angeles Times, "Los Angeles police have arrested two men on suspicion of beating baseball fan Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium and have concluded the suspect they took into custody in May was not responsible, a law enforcement source familiar with the investigation told The Times on Thursday. » 7/21/11 9:32pm 7/21/11 9:32pm

Armless Man To Throw Ceremonial First Pitch At Tonight's Dodgers Game

As part of his "Pitch for Awareness" national tour, Tom Willis will throw out the first pitch at tonight's Dodgers/Padres game. He'll do so with one of his feet, on account of the fact that he was born without arms. ("I don't have the greatest pitching speed in the world. My style is heave it and pray.") » 4/30/11 8:30pm 4/30/11 8:30pm