The largest ballpark in terms of capacity, Dodger Stadium is also the cleanest. Chavez Ravine drew the Dodgers away from Brooklyn and it remains beautiful to this day thanks to the full time grounds crew. Dodger Stadium is also unique in that it does not have a traditional home plate gate entrance, fans enter at their seat level, and it is also home to one of the last remaining organists in MLB. All a part of the “Think Blue” culture of baseball in LA. Recent renovations to the 3rd oldest ballpark in MLB have modernized the fan experience without losing the classic Dodger Stadium feel.