Fan friend: Send your dog to Dodger Stadium for a cardboard cutout

At $149, baseball fans and dog owners can purchase a cardboard cutout of their pet for display at Dodger Stadium.

Your furry friends can support the Dodgers this season as a cardboard cutout at the stadium.

Fans can now purchase cardboard cutouts for themselves and their dogs to fill Dodger Stadium without fans during the season. Pups in the Park, presented by Lucy Pet Foods, is a special category for hair fans.

At 9 149, fans can see their dogs at Lodge Sections 143 and 145.

“The cutouts have been a great success and give the stadium a colorful boost,” said Nicole Whiteman, CEO of the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation. "Fans reflect the strength of the Dodger community as we raise funds for critical events to help Angelanos during these challenging times."

Proceeds from the cutouts will go to the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, according to the Dodgers statement.

Fan friend: Send your dog to Dodger Stadium for a cardboard cutout

Since its launch last week, the Dodgers have sold 4,500 blackouts and raised 800 800,000.

According to the Los Angeles Dodgers, all fan blackouts are standardized as games used by the MLB authentication program.

The cutouts are made of coroplast, a waterproof material that is 18 inches wide and 30 inches high.

All images of fans and dogs are subject to Dodgers approval.

Although Dodger Stadium was unable to host fans at the start of the season, they remain optimistic and have the right to replace or remove fan blackouts if conditions change.

All sales are final.

After a four-month delay, the Boys in Blue begin their 60th game season on Thursday night against the San Francisco Giants.

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