First game at Dodger Stadium
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First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: Racing for seats on opening day at Dodger Stadium are brothers Mike, 9, and Ricky, 11, followed by their mother, Dori Martin.  (John Malmin / Los Angeles Times)
First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: Cincinnati’s Eddie Kasko smacks Johnny Podres’ second pitch for a double, the first hit at Dodger Stadium. Kasko later scored. (Ken Dare / Los Angeles Times)
First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: A panorama made from three 4-by-5-inch negatives of the parking lot during the first game at Dodger Stadium. (Los Angeles Times)
First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: Reds’ Gordy Coleman gets back to first as Dodgers’ Ron Fairly awaits the throw from Daryl Spencer.  (Los Angeles Times)
First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: The Dodgers’ Maury Wills is out on close play at first base. Reds’ Gordie Coleman takes the throw from pitcher Bob Purkey after Wills’ first-inning bunt. (Los Angeles Times / Los Angeles Times)
First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: Cincinnati second baseman Cookie Rojas gets off the throw over the sliding John Roseboro to complete a double play in the second inning.  (Los Angeles Times)
First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: Dodger first baseman Ron Fairly catches a foul popup by Frank Robinson during the sixth inning. (Al Monteverde / Los Angeles Times)
First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: A tighter crop of the previous image of Dodger first baseman Ron Fairly catching Frank Robinson’s foul popup near Cincinnati Reds dugout. On the right, Dodgers catcher John Roseboro ducks out of the way. Next to the Reds dugout is a photographers “pit.” I believe the photographer just to the right of Roseboro is The Times’ Art Rogers. (Al Monteverde / Los Angeles Times)
First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: Wally Post slams three-run home run in seventh, the decisive blow in Cincinnati’s 6-3 victory over the Dodgers. (Art Rogers / Los Angeles Times)
First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: The Reds’ Wally Post is congratulated by teammate Gordy Coleman (18) as he crosses home plate after swatting a three-run home run. (Art Rogers / Los Angeles Times)
First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: Dodger second baseman Jim Gilliam makes a stop on Daryl Spencer’s wide throw as Tommy Harper slides safely into second during the sixth inning. (Los Angeles Times / Los Angeles Times)
First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: Wally Moon takes a big cut only to foul the ball off for the Dodgers in the eighth inning. Staff photographer Art Rogers not only took this photo, he caught the foul ball. (Art Rogers / Los Angeles Times)
First game at Dodger Stadium
April 10, 1962: Manager Fred Hutchinson, (1), and his Cincinnati Reds leave the Dodger Stadium dugout after winning the first regular season game, 6-3. (Art Rogers)
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