DODGER HOME GUIDE Home park: Dodger Stadium

Location: 1000 Elysian Park Ave., Los Angeles, 90012

Phone number: (213) 224-1500

Seating capacity: 56,000

Year completed: 1962

1990 attendance: 3,002,396

Number of 1990 home dates: 81

1990 per game average: 37,067

Largest crowd, 1990: 48,686 (April 9, vs. San Diego)

Record crowd, regular season: 55,185 (July 28, 1973 vs. San Francisco)

Home run fences: Left and right field 330 feet, left- and right-center 385, center 395. Height of fence is 8 feet.

Ticket Information

Ticket office hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday at the stadium and at the Advance ticket office: 1750 Stadium Way, adjacent to Naval-Marine Center.

Telephone ticket orders: Dodger Ticket Office (213) 224-1400. TicketMaster (213) 480-3232 or (714) 740-2000. Tickets can be charged on Visa or Master Card. Tickets ordered 10 days before a game will be mailed to customer. Tickets ordered later can be picked up at Will Call Window.

Mail orders: Orders must be received at least seven days before the game. Include $3 per order for postage and handling. Mail orders to Los Angeles Dodgers, P.O. Box 51100, Los Angeles, 90051-0100.

TicketMaster: Tickets can be bought at Tower Record stores and several other locations. Call (213) 642-4242 for information.

Ticket Prices

Box seats: $10.00

Reserved seats: $ 7.00

General admission: $ 5.00

Children*: $ 3.00

*Children's general admission tickets (12-and-under) go on sale 2 hours before game time. Club level seating, shown in stadium diagram, is not available for general purchase.

Parking: $3

Dodger Promotional Dates

April 22--Sports Bag; 24--Bat and Batting Glove; 27--Baseball Card.

May 10--Autograph ball; 15--Fielder's Glove; 27--Baseball radio.

June 16--Oldtimers; 20--Beach towel; 22--Helmet.

July 5--Fireworks; 23-31--Think Blue week; 23--Cap; 28--Camera.

Aug. 15--Ball; 17--Hollywood Stars; 18--Trading cards; 20--Players' Family game; 29--Wristwatch.

Sept. 2--Backpacks; 22--Ring; 28--Team Photo/Commemorative Stamp; 29--Fan Appreciation.

Oct. 2--Fireworks.

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