Too bad there are so many people still trying to get in. You can see a long line of cars streaming into the lot off Camelback Road. Hey, it IS a Dodgers’ home game, so might as well have it be just like Dodger Stadium, right? All in all, the day has been a success so far. A few glitches here and there, a few parking-lot attendants with attitudes, already a clogged toilet in the press box. But the stadium looks really nice from where I sit. You can’t even tell that a lot of the place is still a construction zone. And with all the cars in the lot, you can’t even tell that the lots are unpaved. … White Sox didn’t score in the top of the first, although Laynce Nix had a double. … If you have never been to a spring-training game, one thing they always announce is the temperature here and the temperature in the home cities of the teams. It usually means nothing for the Dodgers, who play in perpetually warm Los Angeles (today, the temp here is 81 at game time, 80 in L.A.). But they also just announced that it is 19 in Chicago.