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Among the big changes at Dodger Stadium during the off-season was the conversion of the right field pavilion into a $35 all-you-can-eat bonanza loving termed the Pigvilion. The acids in my GI tract started churning just at the thought of it. I vowed never to sit there.

Oh but I did Monday night.

A friend convinced me and eight others to buy tickets so we too could bask in the luxury of stuffing ourselves full of hot dogs and nachos. I decided why not. It would be an experience.

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I got to the game late because I had to pick up my keys to my new apartment and plug in my stove and fridge. I finally made it through the gates during the second inning. I got myself situated and decided to brave the lines at the top of the third inning while the Diamondbacks were batting.