The Los Angeles Dodgers are showing off a $100 million renovation at Dodger Stadium that includes new video boards and revamped clubhouses.
The Dodgers start the season Monday at home against the World Series champion San Francisco Giants. Dodger Stadium opened in 1962.
The massive makeover was done in five months and enlarged the locker rooms for both the Dodgers and the visiting team. Each club also will have indoor batting cages.
There will be new high-definition video boards above the pavilions in right and left field. The boards have had their original hexagonal shape restored.