[CLOSED] Dodger Ticket Giveaway

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[This contest is now closed. Congrats to our winner, lacharite.]

It's time for Dodger baseball!

We have a family 4-pack of tickets to giveaway for the Monday, Aug. 6th Dodgers vs. Rockies game at Dodger Stadium.

These section 44RS tickets can be yours if you leave a comment below sharing a Dodger memory with us. Tell us about the first time you went to Dodger Stadium, the afternoons you spent watching the games on T.V., or even meeting your favorite Dodger.

One random winner will be picked Friday, July 20th at 5PM.


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When I was a kid I went to a Dodger game with my Girl Scout troop, to this day I still love going to games on Girl Scout night!

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My favorite Dodger memory is catching my first foul ball! I think I was around 12. My family had season tickets when I was young, but I haven't had the chance to catch many games in recent years.

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Summer time in LA is Dodger time! Nothing better than enjoying a True Blue game with my three boys!!! I want to go to Dodger Stadium, pretty please!

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Go Dodgers! Please enter me in the contest. Thank you!!

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Would love to take my son, daughter and wife to a game. Never been to a baseball game in my life.

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The first time I went to a Dodger game, I was 9 years old. I had never been to a big event like that and I was astounded. After that, my parents would take me to a Dodger game if I got good grades at the end of the school year.

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Havent been to a game since I was a kid...always had fun -- especially miss those Dodger Dogs!

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my dad worked the swing shift in 1988 so we couldn't watch that post season together. i would call him with updates during the series against the Mets not realizing that he was watching at work the whole time.

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I am a Dodger Fan!, and my Buddy lives in Colorado but is also a Dodger Fan!!! would be great for us to go to this game. My Bday is in August 17th too! =-) Love♥ KCET and Love our Los Angeles ♥Dodgers!

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My husband has been working 7 days a week, 14-24 hour days to support our family. This would be a great gift to him once he goes back to a normal schedule come August! He beyond deserves a day out at the ballpark!!!!

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My husband has been working 7 days a week, 14-24 hour days to support our family. This would be a great gift to him once he goes back to a normal schedule come August! He beyond deserves a day out at the ballpark!!!!

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True Blue! I love that the start of the LA Marathon has been at Dodger Stadium for the past few years. Two of my fave things combined! Being in the stadium that morning and stepping up to the start line while "I Love LA" blasts on the speakers, it just pumps you full of motivation and determination.

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KCET - bring on the Dodger tickets! Go Blue!!!

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I have so many magical memories at the dodger stadium. It wasn't until last year when I experienced my first dodger game and fell in love with the game, fans, and experience. This past summer I got the chance to take my younger sister thanks to my boyfriend who also instantly became a fan and now bleeds dodger blue. Now, we hope to one day take our dad who has been a BIG baseball fan since the Sandy Koufax days. This would be his first ever sporting event he would ever go to. To be able to give him the gift of dodger tickets would be amazing since he has given me so much. It would be an amazing opportunity to do so. Arriba Los Doyers! :)

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My dad and I were Sandy Koufax fans and have loved the Dodgers for many many years. I haven't been to a Dodger game since my dad passed away in 1998. If I got these tickets this would be in honor of him, Sandy Koufax and every Dodger player that ever lived. I would so love to see them play KCET!

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Dodger memory of going to night games as a kid with my Lincoln Heights friends, as the blast of the stadium lights hit us as we came over the Academy entrance, we all got excited as kids do and one night my friend Joseph went chasing a homerun ball in left-field pavillon down the stairs, and then watching it replayed on TV, Joseph my childhood friend on the 11 O'Clock Channel 7 News!

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It must have been about 100' that day with my Dad at Dodger stadium. We were in "peanut heaven" as he called it and my icecream was melting faster than I could eat it. I had no idea what was going on in the game that day I was only about 6 .But it was one of the best days I ever had with him. 37 years I'm still yelling "GO DODGERS!!!" with Daddy in my heart :)

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I've never been to Dodger Stadium! Looking forward to finally entering the gates this season - getcher dodger dog!

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Love Friday Night Games at Dodger Stadium followed by awesome fireworks! Would love to take my 3 kids again:)

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Dodger games are one of the most exciting events to go to in town. We always go when we can.

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I've never had an opportunity to take my children to the Dodger Stadium. Although I am from L.A. I've only been here twice. Really should go one of these days... (hint hint) :)

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OMG, Aug 6 is my birthday and what a great wqy to spend it at Dodger Stadium root toot rooting for Either, Kemp, Kennedy and the gang! Go Dodgers! (Did I mention my car is Dodger Blue and that is for a reason) ;)

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I live in OC and sometimes we'd go to Angel games but I've always considered the Angels the "B" team. The Dodgers have always been my team since the Garvey, Lopes, Russell, & Cey days. Even when the Angels have a better team, my allegiance has never wavered. Plus, Vin Scully is worth 10 Albert P.'s.
I try to make it to one game a year but I always watch on TV or listen on the radio.

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My father use to take me to Dodger games all the time when i was little. I even got to meet my idol Ron Cey #10 at a game once. Ever since i can remember that number was on the back of every jersey i wore playing sports growing up. Haven' t seen them play the Rockies live so that would be a treat. Thanks KCET for the giveaway!!!

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I've been a fan for years, but I had been living in Austin, TX. Lasy year I moved back to SoCal and was able to go to my first game at Dodger stadium. Baseball is my favorite thing in the world. I watch every game on TV, but it would be nice to go a game this year.

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last time I went someone bought me a dodger dog. it was great. doesnt take much to make me happy at a dodger game!

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Please let me watch los Doyers beat the Rockies! Please! :)

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Nothing like taking my son and his great grandpa to their first opening week dodger game together, and watching them giggle together in excitement! They also share the same birthday August 9th!

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i love dodgers and i really want to see them again, my first baseball game was Dodgers vs Padres

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I've never been to a Dodgers game! Would love for a chance to go! :D

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I still remember watching Dodger games on tv on Sunday afternoons when I was a kid. Vin Scully and the smell of fresh cut grass, so vivid in my mind. Then Sesame street and Mr.Rogers on KCET....you guys ROCK!

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GO DOYERZ! Haven't been to a game since I was a child. So...15 years ago? I just remember it being the family tradition. My father was a Dodgers fan when he was living in his native Mexico. When he came to the US, no matter how broke he was, working 4 jobs and trying to save up to bring my mother (his new bride) over here, and create a family and life together, he ALWAYS made it a point to go to a game, and one day would be able to bring his future family to the games as well. Years later, he started living the American dream through hard blue collar work and muscle. Five kids later...we looked forward to the summer for Dodger dogs, t shirts, and fireworks. Haven't experienced that in so long...

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We LOVE the Dodgers!!! The last game we went to my husband caught a ball. We were ecstatic! The ball has been proudly displayed on our mantle ever since. We haven't been able to get to a game this year and we'd love to win!

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I've never been to a Doyer game. Gimme, gimme.

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Still remember the overcast day that was Clayton Kershaw's debut. Sitting infront of the TV with the boyfriend (who bleeds Dodger blue) watching this kid wonder try to keep his emotions in as he struck everyone out. GO BLUE!

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Two of my fondest Dodger game memories involve me dad. He always enjoys listening to the games via radio broadcast. Sometimes he leaves on the radio but mutes the television. The first time I went to a Dodger game was when I was seven years old. A foul ball went into our section and my dad reached out his hand to catch the ball. He stopped the momentum with his fingertips enough for the people behind us to catch the ball. The funny part about this experience was that the person who caught the ball behind us was so excited that he dropped his hot coffee all over himself. The next day I saw him at the dentist. What a small world.

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i remember my dad taking me when i was 4 in 1981... we got nose bleed tickets behind the plate... i felt like if i took a wrong step that i would fall onto the field... i know have a 3 year old son that has yet to see his first dodger game...

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GO Dodgers!!! Please enter me in the drawing! Thanks!

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I've never been to a Dodger game..but would LOVE to go!!! I hope i win these tickets! Thank You! :D

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Go Dodgers!!

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My most memeorable memory would be parking in the lot the first time I drove myself being in a hurry because we were late, leaving forgetting where I parked and having a attendant on a mule drive me around looking for it lol

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I never went to the Dodgers games, I would like to go with my husband and my kids. thanks for the opportunity! And good luck to everybody!

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My very first baseball game that I ever went to was at Dodgers Stadium in 1998 and yes I was 38 years old! got to see a few that year as my boss had season tickets and could not often go. Have not been since sadly. HAve been un-employed for 2 1/2 years but just started a job on June 30 - WOOHOO!! Going to a game would be a great way to celebrate. Thanks for all you do KCET

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I was too young to remember when was the first time, I think it was the early 80s world series. I do have great memories of sitting near first base all the time, and then being there for Fernando Valenzuelas' only no-hitter. I also have fond memories of seeing bands like Depeche Mode and U2 at Dodger Stadium

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Ahh Chavez Ravine!! I was a senior in High School and I just got out of school. My dad scooped me up and right away we took off to Dodger Stadium, its a 20 mile drive so when we got there it was already the 1st inning and we didn't even have tickets. We went to the box office and luckily for us we were able to get two tickets, last row, last two seats for the World Baseball Classic. The Atmosphere was electric, Japan vs Korea, the people were banging, they had drums, singing national anthems, you could see sections just filled up with Koreans and other sections people rooting for Japan. I am from neither country but to see Ichiro play I had to get a shirt and root for Japan and also I was surrounded by red so It was even more fun! They were going back and forth and every time something happened the Stadium went nuts, it was glorious for baseball, and it was magical for Chavez Ravine.

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Growing up watching the Dodger games was a family affair. We all got together to cheer on the boys in blue. Now that I have my own family I'm trying to keep the tradition going.

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When I was in elementary we used to take field trips to Dodger games and walk there. That really helped shape my view of the Dodgers with watching greats like Eric Karros, Raul Mondesi, Mike Piazza and Brett Butler, to name a few. My little brother and I also a part of the kids fan club where we got some of our first real merch. Those were the good ol' days

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It's all about the BLUE! My familys favorite team!

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12 years ago this September, my husband took me to a Dodger game on our first date. He was trying to impress me so he took me out to dinner at a nice restaurant before the game. I was disappointed because I had been looking forward to Dodger Dogs for dinner all day. LOL I gave him another chance and we are raising two adorale Dodger (and Dodger dog) fans today.

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YEA!!!!! LETS GO! :)

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Best dodger moment was meeting vin scully in the elevator before the game. Ill never forget it. Go Dodgers!

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I would love these tickets!

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My grandpa would take me to the games and my grandmother would pack us the best lunch ever bean and potato burritos the Dodgers team is than just a base ball team it's a family!! That brings other families together and what makes beautiful memories GO DODGER BLUE!!!!!!!

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I've never been to Dodger Stadium but would love to go! I remember watching the Dodgers and Giants duke it out on TV when I was a kid and feeling the intensity of their rivalry.

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My favorite Dodger memory is meeting Tommy Lasorda on picture day when I was a little kid!

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When I was growing up we didn't have a lot of money. One thing my mom & aunt would do was take my brother, my cousins & me to sit in the outfield seats where we could bring our own goodies & enjoy the game. Happy memories.

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My husband romanced me at Dodger Stadium. We were season ticket holders for a couple years many years ago. When those who remain un named purchased them and everything changed it broke our hearts..and we stopped going. It is a special place for us. So excited with the new ownership and that the heart will return to this beloved place. Please enter me in the drawing I would so love to surprise my husband the life long fan. He was born the same year the Dodgers won their first World Series!

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I can remember being in elementary school and Rick Monday came to visit my school. I was one of only a few girls who stood in the line to get his autograph out on the playground that day, but I wasn't going home without it. That autograph along with Mike Piazza's are among my most treasured possessions!

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My favorite memory at Dodger Stadium was last year when I accompanied my brother and his wife to a game on Fireworks night. I had never been to a Friday night game. It was organized very well and the jazz they played brought me so much joy, I really wish my boyfriend had joined us that night. We have been trying to go to a game together, but our busy schedules haven't allowed us to do so. Our anniversary is next month and I would love to spend it with him at a Dodger game.

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I would REALLY love to take my son and his friends to the game for his birthday!!!! His birthday is on the 5th. :-) thanks!

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Ive been a fan since I was born in 82 and ive loved the sport since. My fondest memory is going to a Dodger game with my friends about 3 years ago for a Giants vs Dodgers game and having a blast. We were in the left field pavilion. It was an amazing experience. Definitely something ill remember for a long time.

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I would love to take my 3 youngest children to a game! My son asks about going every year, but being a single mom it never makes the cut! Go Dodgers!!

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I was born and raised in LA and I"ve never ever, ever! been to a Dodgers game. I've always wondered what it feels like to be a huge stadium just watching the crowd yell and chant and rutting for their favorite baseball player. AND the best part the food! I've yet to experience a so called "Dodger Dog"mmm. From what i hear they're out of this world. Give a dodger virgin a chance : )

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Let's GO DODGERS!

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Let's GO DODGERS!

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My favorite Dodger moment was when I got a group of friends and family to go all together through a ticket deal at work. We had an entire row! Dodgers won the game in the bottom of the 9th with a walkoff hit by Ethier and icing on the cake was we all got to go on the field after for Friday night fireworks. Dodger stadium grass is perfect!

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My first Dodgers game was actually when I was growing up in Philadelphia! My Aunt and Uncle had come out to visit and the Dodgers just happened to be playing the Phillie that week.....The biggest joke was that they had traveled 3000 miles to watch the Dodgers lose lol, now I live in Southern California and my sons little league team is the Dodgers :)

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A couple years ago I went to see my boys in BLUE in a Limo with a Jacuzzi and ended up in Dodger jail for the entire game. Where I was beat up and treated like I never have been before all by 2 thug security guards while cuffed with my friends dad. In no way has this changed my love for the Dodgers and hope to be there cheering under this new ownership! LA BABY

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Lets go Dodgers!!!! I remember my uncle taking me to Dodger Stadium when I was a lil dodger....I want my 5 year old to have the same memories!

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I went to my first Dodger game two years ago. Dodgers vs. Padres. Dodgers won. But the real winner? My Dodger Dog and beer stuffed gut.

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I've lived in LA all my life, not once have i gone to a Dodger game so i reeeally want these to expirience a Dodger game.

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I've been stuck at home all summer watching the Dodger games on tv. I broke my ankle at the start of the summer, and now that I'm able to walk around, I would love to finally go to a game in person without dealing with the complications of crutches and a wheelchair!!:) I'm a die hard Dodger fan and this would be awesome:)

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I am a Los Angeles native, and I can't even remember when my first Dodger game was. The Dodgers have been a part of my life, and a staple of summer. If I don't get to a game early on in the season- then it just isn't summer.

Also, I have been known to dye my hair Dodger blue: https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/305005_10150273386536482_6636443_n.jpg

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!!! I've been two times to the dodgers stadium , once for a game which was a while back ago and it was with the love of my life my puppy love ,he took me the seats weren't all that but the fact that i was with him It couldn't be better :) , Nevertheless that ended lol . years later .And the second time was for a job fair. So intresting enough it would be AWESOME to go again Dodgers 2012" Im An L.A Girl" so am all for it.. GOOD LUCK TO ME. thanz KCET

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Ive Been Wanting to Go But With Economy So Crazy Cant afford a nice day out anymore But Good Luck To the winner!!! Lets Go DODGERS!!!!!

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The first time I went to the LA Dodger game was with my sister. It was a day I will never forget. Going to the Dodger game for the first time is not the only first I experienced that day. I experienced my first Dodger Dog; one of the best hotdogs I have ever tasted. How can I forget my first human; I couldn’t wait for the wave to come right back to me so I can stand up once more. Getting to touch and sit on the field where the Dodgers played that day and watch fireworks was breathtaking. Last but not least the first time when I sang the "Take me out to the ball game" with the entire stadium. It was a day to never forget, especially that the Dodgers won that night! I am hoping I get to experience the same feeling once more for the first time with my whole family together.

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Haven't been to a Dodger Game in years, would love to go and enjoy the game, fans and Dodger dog!

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I would love this opportunity. I recently move to Los Angeles and vowed to myself to experience everything Los Angeles has to offer, so having a chance to see the Dodger play would rock my world. I hope I'm picked.

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Haven't been to a Dodger Game in years, would love to go and enjoy the game, fans and Dodger dog!

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We went with the scouts and sat in the left field bleachers. My son and I went to the bathroom and a fight broke out. No security anywhere. This was a few years ago.

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My first Dodger game was an A-student night against the Pirates. My only chance to see Roberto Clemente. He made a great catch against the right-field bullpen gate and the Dodgers won. And I got the first of many, many grilled Dodger dogs.

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I would very much love the chance to go to that dodger game I need some good LA feelin to start the next month =]

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Take me out to the ball game... please??

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I've been going to Dodger games with my family since I was in elementary school. I was lucky enough to find a husband who shared in the joy of cheering on the Dodgers and going to games. We've been to many games together but one of the best memories was attending the Bark in the Park game two years ago with both of our dogs. What a thrill it was to walk around the field with our dogs and then to watch the game with them in our laps. What a fantastic memory!

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This would be my first game at Dodger statium. I watch them all the time but haven't made it to a live game yet! Please please make my dream come true!!!!!!!!!!!

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Every time I go to a Dodgers Game I make a new memory :) By Far, 4th of July fireworks are my fondest memory of a Dodger Game.

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Take me out to the ball game !!! Please !!!

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One memory I have is going to a Dodgers vs. Giant's game, when Barry Bonds was close to breaking the home-run record. He went up to the plate and the crowd went wild, everybody hoping they would witness the historic moment. All I see is the lights dim slowly and all 50,000+ fans at Dodger stadium going crazy screaming and taking pictures. It was one of the most mesmerizing experiences seeing so many cameras flashing at once. Although Bonds didn't break his record during that game, witnessing the enthusiasm and the bright flashes of light will be a memory engrained in me forever.

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The memory that will last forever in my mind is when I met Campana in the elevator on the way to our seats..I was so thrilled I kept nudging my aunt..OMG! OMG! thats Campana..can you believe it! I was so excited and scared to ask for his autograph..I was just so thrilled to be in the same space as this famous Dodger.

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May not be the greatest memory, but I remember the first time a ball came right at me-scariest moment of my life but what a rush. Unfortunately, my friend I was with got hit right in the leg. She had a nice black and blue leg for a while. I still always feel at east at Dodger Stadium. No matter what's been going on, I can just enjoy the boys in blue!

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i ve had quite a few good and great experiences being a dodger fan, the best is being at church on a sunday , it was the 12 oclock mass, i was with my mom at a catholic church at the corner of olympic and grand, i cant remember the name of the church, my mom and i we seated listening to the priest sermon when in walked a man , alone , dressed in a dark blue suit , he was red faced and solemn looking , he walked alone to a pew and kneeled , prayed , then sat , i curiously stared at this kind looking man , middle aged , humble yet of a interesting and unique presence, i then suddenly realized who the man was, it was Vin Scully , he had stopped by to go to Sunday Mass before going to Dodger Stadium to announce a Sunday Dodger home game , i told my mom that Vin Scully was seated across from us , but my mom had not the foggiest idea who Vin Scully was, To this day i never forgot the humble and gentle man who walked in and prayed . A very humble man Mister Scully is . God Bless Vin Scully .

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My 2 favorite Dodger memories are: getting to stay up way past my bed time to watch the Dodgers beat the Astros in that 22 inning game (I was almost 12). It was just me and my dad...I felt like we were the only two people watching that night and our commitment meant everything to the men in BLUE.
The second would be the very first time I took my son to a Dodger game. He couldn't believe the size of the place or the fact that you could have people bring you food right to your seat. He became an instant DODGER fan!

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I never been to a Dodger game in my life I just have watch it on tv

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Dodger's Stadium was the first place I ever saw a ballgame. I didn't even know anything about baseball at the time, but I knew I was someplace really special the first time I saw that field. To this day, I still get that special feeling when I enter the halls of this classic ballpark. I've been a true blue Dodger fan ever since!

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How lucky I was to experience my first professional baseball game in Dodger Stadium at the age of 7 or 8. The baseball shaped street lamps in the parking lot, the Dodger logo above the upper deck seats, the peanut vendor chucking bags of peanuts, the smell of grilled Dodger dogs, my uncle catching a foul ball with his bare hand, and the souvenir white Dodger helmet left such an indelible impression upon my young mind that as I think back to that summer evening at Dodger Stadium a quarter of a century ago, all the sights, sounds, smells, and emotions come rushing back as if it was yesterday. I can't imagine my first experience watching professional baseball in person being any better than that!

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I used to watch Dodgers games on the TV with my sister and my grandpa. Though they were the super fans, I really enjoyed it too. I always loved Tommy Lasorada, I thought he was such a cute round man! In 2009 I saw my first game at Dodgers' stadium (with my sister and cousin). That was a lot of fun! I definitely enjoyed the Dodger Dogs =)

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I used to watch Dodgers games on the TV with my sister and my grandpa. Though they were the super fans, I really enjoyed it too. I always loved Tommy Lasorada, I thought he was such a cute round man! In 2009 I saw my first game at Dodgers' stadium (with my sister and cousin). That was a lot of fun! I definitely enjoyed the Dodger Dogs =)