There are some that will claim that the LFP has that deserved reputation for rowdiness and fights, There may be some truth to that fact, but I’ll argue there are other sections of the stadium that have had their share of disruptive behavior as well. The opening up of the LFP to the rest of the stadium should change that and not spread the rowdy behavior as some would argue. It's best to release the masses and democratize the entire stadium. I'm surprised there weren't mass demonstrations and a "Mr. O'Malley, Tear Down This Wall," moment years ago. To be honest I'm disappointed in myself for not leading the charge.
Now all that is left is freeing the gluttons in the Right Field Pavilion to the rest of the masses.
Nah, forget it. "Let them eat Dodger Dogs!" They can stay there and engorge away. But that's another post for another day.
UPDATE: Over at DodgerInsider.com, (LINKED HERE), John Weisman interviewed Dodger Senior Vice President of Planning and Development, Janet Marie Smith and received a clear explanation of the construction beyond the pavilions. I was completely wrong, the Left and Right Pavilions will continue to be segregated from the remainder of the Stadium. Bullpen overhangs are being built with graded seating from the Field Level. There will be a lot of concourse walking space and concessions. To the rear of the Pavilions will be restaurants, team gift shops and seating areas with the Right Field side having a Tommy Lasorda themed Italian restaurant.
So with regard to the entire article mentioned above, as Emily Litella used to say: "Never mind."