Bureau of Engineering employees, family, and friends decked out in Dodger fan gear at Dodger stadium.

Batter Up, BOE!

The first Bureau of Engineering Dodger Night was a homerun! On the evening of July 6, 2017, more than 100 employees from all divisions joined together to cheer on the Dodgers as they pulled out a ninth inning win against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The night was full of surprises, including lifelong Dodger fan, City Engineer Gary Lee Moore, who joined in the fun at one point and threw out treats to our group. We think Gary may have been a stadium vendor in a previous life! The final inning was incredibly exciting as shortstop Corey Seager hit a two-run single, tying the game, followed by Diamondbacks-pitcher Fernando Rodney intentionally walking third baseman Justin Turner, with outfielder Chris Taylor batting cleanup and winning the game for the Dodgers. The outing was a great way for Engineering employees to make new friends and spend a beautiful summer night together with their co-workers, friends and family members.