There is more tweaking than major renovation scheduled to take place at Dodger Stadium this off-season, not that the 52-year-old ballpark won’t undergo some noticeable changes.
The most significant upgrade, however, will go unseen by the fans. After spending more than $100 million on stadium improvements last season that included a new Dodgers clubhouse, this season the visitors’ clubhouse gets a makeover.
The Dodger Stadium visiting clubhouse was the smallest in the majors, but now visiting teams will have a new clubhouse behind the dugout that will be adjacent to the batting tunnel and training areas built last season.
The most conspicuous physical change to the stadium will be the bullpen overlooks previously reported by The Times. They are scheduled to have seating and lounging areas with a view of pitchers as they warm up.