Dodger Stadium, the Los Angeles Dodgers’ stadium in downtown Los Angeles, is now a $300 million fund to support sports and entertainment across the country.
The fund, called Dodger Bonds, was created by the team to help fund the team’s “unrestricted spending” and to give fans access to the team, which plays games in its new home, according to a statement from the Dodgers.
It is the largest such fund in Major League Baseball history.
The $300-million fund is being used to fund the $5.9 billion stadium project and the $1.9 million in other expenses, according the statement.
The fund is expected to be completed by the end of 2019, the statement said.
The Dodgers have not revealed how much fans will receive in dividends, but in 2016, a new fund called Dodgems, or Dodger Fans, was launched to raise funds for the team.
The Dodgers have invested about $4.7 billion in the Dodgers since they purchased the team in 2002, according a Sports Business Daily article from 2016.