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Dodgers Dreamfields

The Dodgers Dreamfields program is one of the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation's cornerstone programs under its Sports + Recreation pillar. The goal of the Dodgers Dreamfields program is to provide baseball and softball fields where youngsters can learn the game of baseball in an organized program that is administered by the City or County in a safe environment while learning the importance of playing team sports and key characteristics like sportsmanship, ethics and fair play.

As of September 2016, the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation has completed 44 fields, with a long-term goal of completing 50 Dreamfields. Key partners of the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation on the Dreamfields program include the LA84 Foundation, City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks and the County of Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation.

Investment in these new Dreamfields varies depending on the need at each location, but typically include: upgrades to the backstops, addition of roofs over the dugouts, bench upgrades, irrigation improvements, re-grading to insure smooth and consistent playing surfaces, new infield mix, new bases, home plate and pitching rubbers, new outfield fencing, renovation of field turf or, where necessary, installation of new sod, new signage and a new scoreboard.


Darby Park - April 2017

  • First in partnership with the City of Inglewood
  • Two Dreamfields
Dodgers Dreamfields Locations Dedication Date
Algin Sutton Recreation Center January 10, 2003
Montecito Recreation Center May 2, 2003
Bishop Canyon Recreation Center May 18, 2003
Cheviot Hills Park July 21, 2003
Gilbert Lindsay Recreation Center April 2, 2005
Evergreen Recreation Center May 6, 2006
Seoul International Park September 16, 2006
Culver Marina Little League May 12, 2007
Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club February 2, 2010
Northridge Recreation Center February 15, 2011
James D. Kreigh Park, Oro Valley, Arizona in memory of Christina-Taylor Green April 1, 2011
Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center April 2, 2011
Pecan Recreation Center May 14, 2011
Lemon Grove Recreation Center June 11, 2011
Pan Pacific Park July 23, 2011
Valley Plaza Park August 13, 2011
Mona Park November 14, 2011
Ritchie Valens Recreation Center - Two Dreamfields November 19, 2011
Toberman Recreation Center December 19, 2011
Normandie Recreation Center February 8, 2012
Harbor City Recreation Center March 24, 2012
Lennox Park April 26, 2012
Athens Park - Two Dreamfields April 28, 2012
Reseda Park January 12, 2013
Highland Park - Two Dreamfields April 20, 2013
Rancho Cienega Recreation Center - Two Dreamfields September 28, 2013
Roy Campanella Park December 14, 2013
Jesse Owens Park - Two Dreamfields January 31, 2014
Ted Watkins Memorial Park July 12, 2014
Franklin D. Roosevelt Park - Two Dreamfields October 18, 2014
Leland Recreation Center November 8, 2014
Baldwin Hills Recreation Center Universally Accessible August 15, 2015
Mary M. Bethune Park September 19, 2015
John Muir High School March 9, 2016
Bud Bender Park - Two Dreamfields May 21, 2016
Belvedere Park - Two Dreamfields June 18, 2016

The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation accepts public nominations for future Dodgers Dreamfield sites. Please email David Brennan at with your contact information, name of the park and address of the park.