Tuesday, February 06, 2018

My 2018 Dodgers FanFest Recap - Photos and Links

I thought I would borrow the lyrics of a famous song and mutilate it.
"Lines, Lines, Everywhere there's Lines"
It was packed that Saturday. More packed than a can of sardines in the the middle of a pallet of canned sardines. Moving around from the concourse to the field and back to the concourse was an almost impossible task. Everywhere you went you ran into a line for this or that. In fact, it was so crowded I've heard rumblings that this was the least enjoyable of all the FanFests held thus far.

Nevertheless, I am certain that an majority thought differently. Most, it seemed, were just happy to be back at "Blue Heaven on Earth," and eager for the 2018 season to begin. I know, I am. BTW, there were over 35,000 Dodgers fans at the stadium -- a new record.

As for the event itself, it was set-up almost exactly as last year -- with the exception of the stage being relocated to behind second base. In prior years it had been placed along the right field line. Also, the area behind the pavilion seats (in the parking lot area) was expanded and enlarged.

Before I show you all of my pics from FanFest, I thought I would provide links to some other sites that include some great photos, videos and recaps from the afternoon.  If I missed anything please let me know. Check them out below:
There are also a ton of great videos on YouTube to check out. Below is just a sampling of what's available. If there is a video you think I should be listing below please let me know. 

BTW, for a look back at my past post of this event check out the links below.  There are plenty of photos to look through, and links to other sites with their stories and photos.
And now, below are my photos. Click on any pic to embiggen.

Above is an entrance into the rear area of FanFest. There were a whole bunch of kids activities, the garage sale and other stuff happening back there. The below pics mostly look at what the inside of the stadium looked like.

These next group of pics are from the Dodgers Foundation garage sale. The large painting you see above and below was painted by Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson, and was being sold through a raffle. Also, left of that painting are advertising posters that had been signed by the daughter of Jackie, Sharon Robinson.

I stood in line for a good hour, or so, and came away with two Dodger caps (at $20 a piece) and a Dodger CD filled with recordings of famed Dodger games.

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  1. Can you tell us more about the CD with the famed dodger games? I never knew that existed.

    1. Yeah... It is called "Dodger Stadium's Greatest Hits" and is narrated by Vin Scully. What he does is provide highlights from 4 decades - from the 60's to the 90's.


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