Don't stop me if you've heard this before, but the Dodgers really, really plan to have their new Wi-Fi system up and running for 2014.
New antennas are being installed throughout
Of course, the Dodgers promised the same thing last year and it never fully happened.
"For the second consecutive year, I have been promised it will be here on Opening Day," team president Stan Kasten said Monday night.
The Dodgers said theirs will be a state-of-the-art system, making it the best-wired stadium in the country, for now anyway.
"We expect it will give fans a new experience here," said team marketing vice president Lon Rosen. "They'll be able to use multiple mobile devices while still watching the game."
He said the system may take some initial tweaking once the ballpark is filled with crowds of 50,000, but the fine-tuning should be completed by the end of April.