Vin Scully, Justin Turner, Dave Roberts & Rob Manfred Among Those Scheduled To Attend Ceremony At Dodger Stadium For Dodgers To Unveil 2020 MLB All-Star Game Logo

With commissioner Rob Manfred and several others scheduled to attend, the Los Angele Dodgers will unveil the 2020 MLB All-Star Game logo on Tuesday, as well as plans stadium renovations, which will include a new entertainment plaza in center field.

Joining Manfred will be L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti; L.A. City Councilman Gil Cedillo; Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten; former broadcaster Vin Scully; Hall of Fame broadcaster Jaime Jarrín; former manager Tommy Lasorda; former players Steve Garvey, Fernando Valenzuela, Ron Cey and Bill Russell.

Current Dodgers manger Dave Roberts and All-Stars Clayton Kershaw, Walker Buehler, Cody Bellinger, Hyun-Jin Ryu, Max Muncy, Justin Turner, Kenley Jansen and Joc Pederson are also scheduled to be in attendance.

The Dodgers were awarded the 2020 MLB All-Star Game in April 2018, and it was during that formal ceremony where Kasten first mentioned forthcoming renovations at Dodger Stadium.

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“The next two years will be very active for us,” Kasten said at the time. “I also think it will be a good time for us to maybe do our next set of upgrades, renovations and additions to Dodger Stadium.”

The Dodgers sent a contingent to observe how the Washington Nationals hosted the 2018 All-Star Game, and did so with the Cleveland Indians this year, to gain further insight into putting together the jewel event.

The Dodgers are hosting an All-Star Game for the fourth time in franchise history. It’s the third to be played in Los Angeles, second at Dodger Stadium, and first since 1980.

That year, the team unveiled ‘DiamondVision’ above the left-field pavilion, which at the time was a state-of-the-art video screen. It has since has been replaced with a 1080p video board, and an accompanying screen above the right-field pavilion.

In the years after completing their record $2.15 billion purchase of the Dodgers, the Guggenheim ownership group has invested more than $150 million toward Dodger Stadium upgrades.

There have been changes to the concourse levels, as well as to the visitor’s clubhouse complete with the addition of a weight room, and upgrades to the Dodgers’ weight room and side of the stadium.