I don't know what tickets go for these days but I'll bet the price of a Loge Box is a tad more than $3.50.
I became a HUGE Dodgers fan due in no small part to my Dad's love of the game. We would actually sit next to the radio, listening to the play by play from the great Vin Scully and Jerry Doggett, and Dad would have a baseball diamond diagram on a piece of paper and proceed to mark every single hit, strike, ball, base hit, home run, etc. with lines, arrows, and little "tic" marks. I don't know what he did with them after the game was over or even WHY he did it. He's still a big baseball fan although he forsook the Dodgers long ago for the Atlanta Braves (maybe because they're both from Milwaukee, WI).
When Dad took me to a game, we'd usually wind up at Julie's Restaurant/Lounge afterwards, where I'd have a cheeseburger and Dad would do a little cocktailing. I saved a placemat and dated it--Wed. August 24, 1960:
Of course, it's a rare day in LA when you can't eat outside, and Julie's had a great patio with a pool!