A new Dodgers Dreamfield will open Jan. 12 morning at the Reseda Recreation Center on Victory Boulevard. The Dodgers Dream Foundation worked with the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks and the LA84 Foundation, which was created to manage money earned for the city during the 1984 Olympics, to revitalize the old field. The renovations included irrigation, new fencing, upgrades to the grass and a new digital scoreboard. The total cost between the Dodgers and LA84 Foundation was nearly $120,000. The opening event will feature famous Dodgers players from the past such as Fernando Valenzuela, Steve Yeager and Ramon Martinez. Children in attendance will be able to take part in clinics taught by the players including hitting, pitching, catching and throwing. Each child will leave with a Dodgers hat. Other attendees scheduled to attend include City Councilmember Dennis Zine and Los Angeles Dodgers President Stan Kasten. The event is open to the public and will take place at 18411 Victory Boulevard in Reseda at 10 a.m.