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Historic L.A. Dodgers Photos: A Look At The Past, Present & Future

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By Diego Rentería

The Los Angeles Dodgers opened the 2013 season at home April 1, showing off the newly renovated Dodger Stadium and hosting their archrival, the World Series champion San Francisco Giants. The Dodgers won their season opener 4-0, but dropped the following two games against the Giants. The Pittsburgh Pirates are next up for the Dodgers.

There is more than a recently renovated Dodger Stadium to look forward to this season. This is the first full season under newish owners Guggenheim Partners. The Dodgers made many personnel moves during the off-season, and we have to wait and see if the season goes our way.

For those fiending for a Dodger Dog and to root, root, root for the home team, here's the Dodgers' full regular season schedule. In interleague play news, the National League West plays the American League East this year, reigniting the historic Dodgers-Yankees rivalry (see photo seven in the above gallery).

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Click through the gallery for a celebration of Dodger history; here's to the new season!