Dodgers set to introduce Play Zone at Stadium

SAN FRANCISCO -- The Dodgers will have a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Dodger Stadium on Monday at 5:30 p.m. PT to mark the opening of the new Play Zone presented by Children's Hospital Los Angeles, located on the third-base side of the Reserve Level.

The Play Zone is one of the many new enhancements made to Dodger Stadium during the offseason and will offer fans an in-stadium area in which their children can play during games. The Play Zone features life-size bobbleheads and a scoreboard.

"The Dodgers are thrilled to have Children's Hospital Los Angeles as a partner for the 3rd Base Play Zone," said Michael Young, Dodgers Senior VP of corporate partnerships. "The Play Zone is one of the cornerstone elements of our stadium renovations to further enhance the family-friendly atmosphere at Dodger Stadium."

Children's Hospital Los Angeles will also be the presenting sponsor of the Dodgers Foundation Youth Camp, which will have its first session from June 25-28 and a second session from Aug. 12-14. CHLA will also provide 20 scholarships for underprivileged children so they can attend the camp, which is for ages seven through 12. Parents interested in signing their children up for camp can visit

Ken Gurnick is a reporter for This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.