My boyfriend is a steadfast Dodgers fan. He grew up in LA, following the team his entire life. He always shares memories with me of watching them. His favorite: the 1988 World Series.
His love for baseball extends past the Dodgers; he loves the history of the game. Never having the opportunity to go to many ballparks, I took him on a SoCal baseball tour for his 35th birthday. We started out at Petco Park. This San Diego ballpark is home to the Padres. Lucky for us the Dodgers were in town to play!
Even better, they were in town to win! It was a close game, but the Dodgers took it by one run! Petco Park was an impressive ballpark. Their assortment of beers was endless (SD is known as the capital of craft beer). The park was located right in the city with amazing views of the ocean! And their food selection was superb.
Next up Angel Stadium. This classic ballpark is one of the oldest, but far less impressive than Petco Park. We enjoyed getting to see one of the best players in the MLB hit a homer!
Last up, our favorite, Dodger Stadium. We may be bias, but nothing beats Dodger Stadiums food, fans and team!
Outside of San Diego's Petco Park.
Angel Stadium's famous halo.
Kershaw's on deck!
The coolest seats in Petco Park!
Walking into Angel Stadium.
The inside of Dodger Stadium.
The view from outside of the park.
“His favorite memory is the 1988 World Series.”
Watching the Dodgers play.
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