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7/16/14 – The Los Angeles Dodgers are making this season one to remember. At the halfway mark, the Dodgers own the National League’s best record (54-43) and just sent four players to the All-Star Game—the most in the league. Yasiel Puig and Dee Gordon made their first All-Star appearance, while unstoppable RHP Zack Greinke and the game’s best arm, LHP Clayton Kershaw, showed the world their fire from the mound. LA may be riding high, but the Milwaukee Brewers are just half a game behind them in the standings. Buy your Los Angeles Dodgers tickets now and be there when the Boys in Blue ensure their league supremacy.
7/3/14 - Today the Los Angeles Dodgers begin a six game road trip with the first four coming against the Colorado Rockies before traveling to Detroit to play the Tiger for a quick two game series. The Dodgers have dropped their last two games but are heading into the very hitter friendly ballpark that is Coors Field which should help to provide a little boost in offensive production as Rockies vs Dodger tickets are averaging under $60 for the series according to RazorGator.
7/2/14 - The Los Angeles Dodgers hope to rebound today against the Cleveland Indians after dropping yesterdays game 10-3 after the Dodgers won the series opener on Monday. This will now turn todays matchup the rubber match of the series as Dodger tickets are going for under $20 on average when they send out Hyun-Jin Ryu to the mound today.
6/23/14 - The Los Angeles Dodgers have been riding high as of lately having won five of their last six games with one of those wins being Clayton Kershaw’s no-hitter last week against the Colorado Rockies. Today Los Angeles will travel to Kansas City to pay the Royals as Zack Greinke will take the mound to play against his former team as Dodger tickets are averaging $35.
6/9/14 - In his major league career, Yasiel Puig has now played in 161 games – a game shy of a full regular season – and the numbers he has put up in that time frame are quite impressive: a slash line of .325/.406/.554 for an OPS of .960; 37 doubles and 30 homers among his 194 hits; 99 runs scored and 82 RBI; even 17 stolen bases. In terms of last year’s batting leaders, this would have put Puig among the leaders last season: second to Michael Cuddyer in batting average; third in OBP, first in slugging and OPS, 10th in doubles, tied for third in homers, second in hits, and sixth in runs; in short, not bad for a career start.
6/3/14 - It should be noted that Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Zack Greinke was not particularly awful in giving up four earned runs for the first time in 26 starts spread over two seasons; he allowed just five hits and two walks total over his six innings of work. However, three of those hits – a pair of doubles and a home run – came from the same player, Pittsburgh’s Andrew McCutchen, the reigning National League MVP. Greinke took just his second loss this season, a day after the Dodgers plated 12 runs in support of Hyun-Jin Ryu’s sixth win. The Dodgers are in second place in the National League West, watching the hated San Francisco Giants pull out to a 7 ½ game lead in the division.
5/27/14 - It was almost a truly historic weekend for the Los Angeles Dodgers over the long Memorial Day weekend. The Blue Crew took two out of three at Philadelphia, the second victory being Josh Beckett’s no-hitter in a 6-0 decision. But that’s not all! The following night, lefty Hyun-Jin Ryu came off the disabled list and tossed seven innings of perfect baseball before giving up a ringing double to Cincinnati’s Todd Frazier. If Ryu had managed to negotiate the last six outs successfully, it would have been a first for Major League Baseball – the first time no-hitters had been tossed by the same team on back-to-back days. (Interestingly enough, the Reds were involved in the last time no-hitters had been pitched on consecutive days by opposing teams. In 1969, they exchanged no-nos with Houston, who was then in the National League.) On top of that, outfielder Yasiel Puig has been on a real tear at the plate. The second-year Cuban defector has raised his batting average to .345, good for second in the NL behind Colorado’s Troy Tulowitzki; Puig’s slash line of .345/.440/.616 has also risen in the charts, with his OPS now standing at 1.055, also good for second in the NL behind Tulowitzki’s 1.200 and just ahead of Miami’s Giancarlo Stanton at 1.027.
5/19/14 - Yasiel Puig finally had his hitting streak broken at 16 games by Arizona on Sunday, but during that span he crushed six homers, giving him nine on the season; and raised his season batting average to .322, tops among Dodger hitters and seventh in the National League, going a long way to proving that last season’s breakout performance was no fluke. Puig’s complete slash line for 2014 is .322/.411/.586 for a second-in-the-NL OPS of .997. On the mound, it was a tale of two pitchers this weekend – Zack Greinke moving to 7-1 on the season, with 61 strikeouts and a 2.03 ERA, all Dodger bests this season; while erstwhile ace Clayton Kershaw was seriously roughed up the next night by Arizona, allowing seven runs, all earned, on six hits in just 1 2/3 innings, taking the loss in the 18-7 loss to the Diamondbacks.
5/14/14 - Since the start of May, the National League West leading Los Angeles Dodgers have struggled collectively somewhat; after sweeping Minnesota to start the month, the Blue Crew have lost two of three to the Marlins in Miami, two of three to the Nationals in Washington, and three of four to the rival Giants back home in Chavez Ravine. Clayton Kershaw made a triumphant return to the rotation in Washington, while Dan Haren is 2-1 in his three starts since the beginning of the month, and Zack Greinke continued his strong performance collecting the lone win against the Giants on May 10. Offensively, Cuban phenom Yasiel Puig is on a tear; Puig has a MLB career long 12 game hitting streak working. For the season so far, Puig is hitting .318 (second to Dee Gordon) with seven home runs (second to Adrian Gonzalez) and a team high 29 RBI; Gordon has been a real spark at the top of the Dodger lineup, hitting ,324 and leading the majors with 24 stolen bases.
4/29/14 - Even though he is not thrilled about the prospect, Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw will make one more rehab start this week, for Chattanooga in the Class AA Southern League against Tennessee. Kershaw threw a bullpen session this past weekend in Colorado, after which the lefthander said he felt normal; Kershaw had been wanting to make the immediate jump back into his spot in the rotation facing major league hitters, but team officials said that they wanted Kershaw to build up his pitch count so that he could give the team 90 to 100 pitches when he finally does come off the disabled list. Kershaw had been sidelined with an inflamed back since after his start in last month’s Opening Series in Australia. The Dodgers’ series-opening game with Minnesota was postponed due to inclement weather, which gives the Blue Crew’s workhorse reliever, Kenley Jansen, a much-needed day off.
4/17/14 - The Dodgers prepare for a midweek three game set with their rivals from up the coast, the San Francisco Giants, with the Dodgers setting a game ahead of the Giants in the current standings. The Blue Crew come into this series on a hot streak, having just claimed a weekend sweep of Arizona in Phoenix. Starters Hyun-Jin Ryu (2-1), Zack Greinke (3-0) and Dan Haren (2-0) claimed the wins for the Dodgers over the Diamondbacks; Greinke has one quality start in his three outings, but stands second in strikeouts with 21 to teammate Ryu’s 22 whiffs. The starting rotation will have to work hard to fill in while Clayton Kershaw remains out, but so far they’ve been up to the task. With the bat, Adrian Gonzalez has provided the power, having launched a team high five longballs, and a slash line of .280/.339/.680. Matt Kemp is playing catchup in a big way though; he currently has three homers, while Hanley Ramirez has blasted a pair of big flies. Dee Gordon (currently at .400) and Juan Uribe (.358) have been the top contact men for the Dodgers.
4/9/14 - Having gotten off to a solid start in 2014, the Los Angeles Dodgers welcomed back outfielder Matt Kemp over the weekend, and Kemp made a big splash, cracking a pair of longballs against rivals San Francisco over the weekend. Since coming off the disabled list, Kemp started all three weekend contests against the Giants, as phenom Yasiel Puig was first late for Friday’s game to earn a benching, then missing a pair of games on Sunday and Tuesday with a strained thumb. The Dodgers sit just a game back of the Giants in the National League West Division. More good news for the Blue: After missing the trip Down Under for the Opening Series against Arizona, pitcher Zack Greinke has bounced back strongly, with a pair of wins in his first two starts. Greinke has allowed four earned runs and eight hits, while striking out 13 and walking just two in 11 innings pitched.
4/1/14 - Word out of the Dodger Stadium clubhouse is not good with regards to Los Angeles Dodgers ace lefty Clayton Kershaw. Kershaw has an inflamed upper back according to Dodger team officials, who announced on April 1 that the pitcher would be out at least two to three weeks. The Dodger team doctor reviewed an MRI and advised the team that a “submaximal throwing” rehab program would be indicated; ESPN.com reports that manager Don Mattingly said that Kershaw would need to be put on a rehab progression that would end up in a minor-league start before returning to the starting rotation. After sweeping the Diamondbacks in Australia to open the season, the Blue Crew took part in yet another opener, this time falling 3-1 to the San Diego Padres on ESPN’s Opening Night on March 30. Hyun-Jin Ryu tossed seven strong innings, allowing no runs three hits, three walks and seven K’s before yielding to reliever Brian Wilson, who gave up three runs, two earned, in the bottom of the eighth inning.
3/25/14 - Behind the strong pitching of starters Clayton and Hyun-Jin Ryu, the Los Angeles Dodgers have started the Major League Baseball regular season in style, with a two-game Sydney sweep of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Kershaw struck out seven in 6 2/3 innings of work in the season opener at the Sydney Cricket Ground, while Scott Van Slyke was the hitting star, going 2-for-3 with a two-run homer in the fourth inning. In the second game, it was Cuban phenom Yasiel Puig’s turn to shine at the plate, going 3-for-5 with a double, a run scored and two RBI’s; however, after a strikeout in the ninth inning, Puig failed to come out to the field for the bottom half of the inning, claiming a back injury. The early exit was not overlooked by Dodger skipper Don Mattingly, who told ESPNLosAngeles that Puig “grabs something every time he swings.” An MRI on Puig’s back showed no damage.
3/18/14 - It’s a historic venue, the Sydney Cricket Ground in Australia, and the Los Angeles Dodgers are ready to make their own history this weekend – although, reports ESPN.com, the infield will likely feel familiar to the Boys in Blue, the clay which makes up the SCG infield having mostly been imported from SoCal. The Dodgers arrived just days ago in Sydney, and are getting acclimated to the SCG, normally (as it says in the name) a home for the game of cricket, which is Australia’s “summer game.” Cricket has been played on the location of the SCG, actually located in the suburb of Moore Park southeast of the downtown central business district, since the middle of the 19th century; once the Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks return Up Over, it will revert to its normal winter use as the home ground of the Sydney Swans of the Australian Football League, a code of football which is neither America’s (or even Canada’s) gridiron game, nor rugby, nor even soccer.
3/13/14 - The Los Angeles Dodgers this past weekend announced the starters for the Opening Series later this month at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney, Australia. Lefty Clayton Kershaw will have the honor of taking the first trip to the mound against the Arizona Diamondbacks on March 22; followed by second-year hurler Hyun-Jin Ryu on March 23. For Kershaw, this will be his fourth consecutive season opening start; Ramon Martinez was the last Dodger pitcher to have that honor, from 1995 through 1998. Ryu will replace Zack Greinke, who is recovering from a calf strain in his first spring start. Another injured Dodger, outfielder Matt Kemp, is close to making his return from offseason ankle surgery.
3/5/14 - Manager Don Mattingly revealed on March 3 that pitcher Zack Greinke would not pitch in either of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ two Opening Series games, later this month in Sydney, Australia. Greinke strained his right calf in his first appearance this spring for the Boys in Blue, and this injury has thrown the righthander off his training schedule. Greinke raised some hackles Down Under with some controversial comments late last month, saying he had “zero enthusiasm” for the trip to Australia. Another key cog in the Dodgers’ starting rotation, lefty Clayton Kershaw, is having difficulty finding his rhythm; he told reporters, “I’m searching for answers right now,” after giving up seven hits and eight runs in his first two outings of the spring.
2/26/14 - The Los Angeles Dodgers have become a haven for Cuban baseball exiles. After Yasiel Puig arrived on the scene last June to electrifying success, the Dodgers signed infielder Alexander Guerrero to a four year, $28 million deal; and just this week, announced the signing of another young Cuban infielder, Erisbel Arruebarrena, to a five year, $25 million deal. The Dodgers were one of the first squads to begin training for the 2014 season, as they will be headed Down Under for Major League Baseball’s first Opening Series in Australia, a two game set with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
2/18/14 - The Los Angeles Dodgers are all accounted for at Camelback Ranch in Arizona, and Spring Training has started off as exciting as ever. Forget our young superstars donning the blue and white, legendary pitcher Sandy Koufax is gracing the field at Glendale, AZ! The icon has been giving priceless tips at the training facility and scouting players himself, including Puig and "protégé" Kershaw, in his role as special adviser and consultant. Since his arrival, Koufax has been "an autograph magnet," so why miss your chance to get your memorabilia signed by one of the sport's greatest players of all time? Lock in Los Angeles Dodgers tickets for their first Spring Training game against the Diamondbacks (2/27) for an affordable $15.
2/11/14 - The Dodgers will welcome Matt Kemp back from injury, which means LA boasts another loaded outfield this season, with Yasiel Puig, Carl Crawford and Andre Ethier worthy of starting. Though the players are paid a high salary, this talented depth provides needed relief, because there's no guarantee for a healthy season even as a youngster. Most Dodgers are already down in Glendale, AZ though their first official workout isn't until Feb 14. See LA's high-profile players take on their first Spring Training opponents, the Arizona Diamondbacks, for a mere $7!
1/28/14 - This offseason Los Angeles Dodgers were pretty quiet, resigning the bulk of the roster and their manager Don Mattingly—quiet except for making the biggest splash in MLB pitching history! The Dodgers signed two-time Cy Young winner, and the face of the franchise, Clayton Kershaw, to a $215 million seven year contract, the richest deal for a pitcher in MLB history. Los Angeles Dodgers tickets are cheap for Spring Training, averaging just $32 at Camelback Ranch. Come see this high-profile team in action for pre-season!
10/11/13 - The Dodgers are looking to win their first NL pennant since 1988. After beating the Braves in the NLDS in four games, LA will take on St. Louis in the best of seven series. Dodgers NLCS tickets in Los Angeles are averaging $330, $15 more than NLCS tickets in St. Louis.
9/24/13 - The Los Angeles Dodgers were the first team in the League to clinch a 2013 postseason berth. After coming from 9.5 games back in the NL West, the Dodgers clinched the Division. It was the earliest in the season the franchise had ever clinched a division title and the greatest deficit they had ever had to overcome to finish on top. NLDS tickets for the first home game at Dodger Stadium are averaging $143. Get in the gate for $51 and watch as the Dodgers begin their journey toward their seventh World Series title.
7/26/13 - Every few years, a rookie phenom comes along which sweeps Dodger Nation up in a hype-mania that befits a team in the Entertainment Capital of the World: Steve Garvey in 1974, Fernando Valenzuela in 1981, Hideo Nomo in 1995. 2013 sees a new name added to that list, that of rookie outfielder Yasiel Puig. The young right-handed slugger hit over .400 in his first month in the league and has propelled the team back into contention for NL West crown. While it remains to be seen whether Puig-mania will be strong enough – as will Puig’s own on-field performance – to last the entire season, there is no doubt that the Cuban defector has injected the Boys in Blue with a new-found enthusiasm and drive which has seen them come roaring out of the NL West cellar to take command of the division. Hope springs eternal at Chavez Ravine, and Dodger fans will be looking forward to adding another name to the great history that this proud franchise carries.
3/27/13 – Expectations are high in Los Angeles as they often are in Tinseltown. The Dodgers haven't reached the World Series since winning the title in 1988 and with their $200+ million payroll, all eyes will be on the Franchise to deliver. True Blue fans are just days away from seeing their star-studded roster play at Dodger Stadium. The team will be tested right out of the gate as the Dodgers open the regular season at home against World Series Champions – San Francisco Giants. Dodgers’ fans heading to the Opening Day game should expect to pay more than the average regular season game; tickets start at $74 in the Top Deck and Lower Reserve and peak at $1,300 directly behind the Dodgers’ dugout. Dodgers currently hold the third most expensive Opening Day ticket on the secondary market. But, April is a great month to catch the team in action; Dodgers tickets in April are the second cheapest in the League (avg. $33). Just Los Angeles Angels tickets this month are cheaper, averaging $27.
Los Angeles Dodgers 2014 Season
This offseason, the Los Angeles Dodgers were primarily focused on cementing two-time Cy Young Award-winner, philanthropist and pitcher, Clayton Kershaw, and his future within the organization, and keep him for as long as he’s throwing the ball. The Dodgers made headlines by agreeing to the richest deal for a pitcher in MLB history: a seven year $215 million contract to their franchise player. Further, manager Don Mattingly has signed a three-year contract extension after taking the Dodgers to the top of the NL West last season, before losing to the St. Louis Cardinals
in the NCLS.
Breathing a sigh of relief after both deals were set, the Dodgers entertained the idea of Japanese ace Masahiro Tanaka, who recently closed a deal with the New York Yankees. Los Angeles fans, expect to see Yasiel Puig again after his monstrous rookie season, Juan Uribe, bearded reliever Brian Wilson and J.P. Howell back for more action this year; though slugger Matt Kemp will reportedly not be available for the opening-day game against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Australia. Be there as this star-studded team makes another run at the world title with Los Angeles Dodgers tickets today!
The Los Angeles Dodgers, fueled by the incoming ownership team led by Magic Johnson, went on quite a spending spree at the trading deadline last season. Whether this rebuilding is done or whether the Boys in Blue still need more tinkering remains to be seen, as the Dodgers, who challenged for the National League West title for much of last season, fell off the pace and ultimately finished second to their hated Bay Area rivals, the San Francisco Giants.
A key question will be starting pitching — after perennial Cy Young candidate Clayton Kershaw, can starters Josh Beckett, Zach Greinke, and Chad Billingsley pitch up to their potential; and, is South Korean product Hyun-Jin Ryu ready for the bigs?
Read more Another question that needs a solid answer, is Matt Kemp healthy? If he is, the Dodgers will have their counterbalance to the Giants' Buster Posey offensively. Even with an injury-shortened 2012, Kemp led the Dodgers in longballs with 23. Right fielder Andre Ethier will need to pick up where he left off with his steady presence in the outfield, and shortstop Hanley Ramirez will need to pick up his power stats as well. Manager Don Mattingly will need to work on blending the seasoned vets with the newcomers if he expects to have a good time at Chavez Ravine in 2013. How much will Dodgers tickets cost in 2013? Los Angeles Dodgers tickets at Dodger Stadium average $50 — the fifth cheapest MLB tickets this season. The 2013 Dodgers schedule even features many home games with LA Dodgers tickets priced from $3 in the Top Deck and $8-$10 in the Infield and Lower Reserves.