Janet Marie Smith

Dodgers' senior vice president of planning and development

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What better way to enjoy a summer night in LA than at Dodger Stadium?   
  Now the owners want it to get even better. Last week Dodgers president Stan Kasten announced a $100 million…

Dodger Stadium upgrades, and the evolution of ballparks

What better way to enjoy a summer night in LA than at Dodger Stadium?  Now the owners want it to get even better. Last week Dodgers president Stan Kasten announced a $100 million…

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