After getting cancelled last season due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the seventh annual Los Angeles Dodgers All-Access event at Dodger Stadium returns Thursday night. Individual tickets and full tables (10 people) remain available for purchase.
Proceeds benefit the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission and Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation. The LADF continues to give back to the community through an array of initiatives, most notably with construction of Dodgers Dreamfields.
Along with Kershaw’s Challenge and in partnership with the city of Compton and MLB-MLBPA Youth Development Foundation (MLB-MLBPA), the LADF recently unveiled completion of phase one of a multi-million dollar Dodgers Dreamfields complex at Gonzales Park.
Dodgers All-Access includes dinner and multiple panels featuring members of the Dodgers front office, current and former players. In 2019, AJ Pollock, Joe Kelly, Corey Seager, Alex Verdugo, Austin Barnes, Chase Utley and Ron Cey were among those on hand.
Attendees will have a chance to throw off the bullpen mound, photo opportunities with players and World Series trophies, and get to experience a “Taste of Dodger Stadium” at new specialty restaurants located in the center field plaza.
The Dodgers completed their renovation of the area beyond the outfield fence, adding a kids’ play space, California Pizza Kitchen (CPK), Shake Shack and other food options and interactions.
Dodgers All-Access highlights
Over the past few years the players’ panel at Dodgers All-Access has produced several highlights as teammates ribbed each another and pulled back the curtain on the clubhouse and what can become a running joke on any given day during a long season.
Among the favorite topics discussed were Utley’s hair and Joc Pederson’s pants.
Have you subscribed to the Dodger Blue YouTube channel? Be sure to ring the notification bell to watch player interviews, participate in shows and giveaways, and more!