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Dodger Stadium

The home of the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012, making it the third oldest baseball stadium in the Major League. With a seating capacity of 56,000 fans, it's also the largest baseball-only stadium in the world. Set in Sulfur Canyon's Chavez Ravine in Downtown L.A., Dodger Stadium affords views of the Downtown skyline, Elysian Park and the San Gabriel Mountains.

The stadium sits on the site of a 10-year struggle between Latino Angelenos and L.A. city planners called "The Battle of Battle of Chavez Ravine." In the early 1950s, Chavez Ravine was still Mexican-owned land and home to dozens of low-income, Spanish-speaking residents, and liberal politicians sought to create on-site public housing for them.