Views From Inside the 2021 Dodgers Home Opener

Few fans were able to score the golden ticket to attend today’s game. Here’s what those who were there in person saw.

Friday’s Dodgers home opener against the Washington Nationals marked the first time fans have attended a game at the stadium since October 9, 2019. (The opponent at that final game? Also the Nationals.) And while many baseball lovers were eager to get back in the stands, strict capacity limits meant only a small fraction of the stadium’s seats could be filled.

As if being present for the pandemic milestone wasn’t excitement enough for fans, the game also marked the Dodgers first home appearance as the defending World Series champions. Before the game began, members of the 2020 winning team were celebrated and presented with their commemorative rings.

The stadium has recently undergone some renovations which debuted to the public today as well, including some new concession stands, upgraded sound systems, and the new Centerfield Plaza.

If you weren’t among the lucky 15,000 to attend the Dodgers home opener in person, here’s what the day looked like on Instagram.


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