According to USC assistant professor of clinical finance and business economics at USC Robert Bridges, "Dodger Stadium is certainly one of the prime locations in the city."
Quoted in the Los Angeles Times by Bill Shaikin and David Wharton, Bridges also says that the stadium could add restaurants and shops, as L.A. Live has done, and they could build a hotel or a baseball museum.
Bridges also says: if the Dodgers ever decide to move to another part of the city, the property "is relatively easy to develop..."
The new ownership and Frank McCourt would have to approve the new construction, according to Shaikin and Wharton.
The authors of the article do not mention any required city planning approval that might be needed for hotels, restaurants, shops, etc., in land zoned for agriculture that operates as a stadium pursuant to the City's Conditional Use Ordinance.