Melissa Lalum reports that some fans waited two hours in line to take a shuttle from Dodger Stadium to the
Mike Barraza, 30, of Los Angeles, has been a Dodgers fan ever since the
days of Fernando Valenzuela. But he wasn’t a fan of the Dodgers free shuttle service.
“I got in line at 5:30, I’m hoping to arrive by 8 p.m,” Barraza said.
“Very poor organization. The line is moving fast, but they’re
Ever seen a giant wave? About 115,000 fans at the Coliseum did the wave and it got around the stadium several times.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar threw out a pitch between innings, and let’s just say it’s a good thing he stuck to basketball. His first pitch was a one-hopper to the left of the bag. But when he jokingly used a hook shot to get the ball to home plate, he was almost right on the money to catcher Russell Martin, although Martin was a few feet in front of home plate.