Opening Day at Dodger Stadium went off without a hitch in the fan safety department," according to a Dodgers spokesperson.

No major problems were reported as the Dodgers beat the rival San Francisco Giants 4-0 on Monday.

"Everything was fine," said Dodgers spokeman Steve Brener, adding there were usual issues but nothing significant.

Amid all the renovations going at Dodger Stadium to enhance the fans game-day experience, the club remains resolute in ensuring the safety of their customers as well.

"It's our top priority," Brenner said.

And with Monday's season opener marking the ominous anniversary of the Bryan Stow incident, Dodger Stadium was well protected with a noticeable - although not over-bearing - park security and Los Angeles Police Department presence.

Dodgers security, the LAPD and Los Angeles Fire Department provided security Monday.

Stow, a Santa Cruz paramedic and Giants fan, attended Opening Day in 2011 at Dodger Stadium and was severely beaten in the stadium parking lot after the game.

In the aftermath, the Dodgers made significant changes in security protocol, parking-lot lighting and uniformed and undercover police presence to ensure better fan safety.

On Monday, the stadium security force reflected the sold-out opening day crowd and the significance of the event, and kept with the Dodgers more detailed attention to fan safety since the Stow incident.