Los Angeles Dodgers Tickets are now on sale! The Dodger dogs are sizzling, the palm trees are swaying, and Los Angeles Dodgers Tickets are hotter than ever. 2016 is definitely the year to scoop up some Dodgers Tickets. This season will have another round of the classic rivalry with San Francisco as well as an interleague series with the Angels. Hopefully the third time will be the charm for the Dodgers if they end up playing those Phillies for the pennant again. This summer, every weekend home game is followed by a fireworks display and now that the free Dodger Express Bus is back, parking at Dodger Stadium isn’t an issue either.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers, led by a superb effort from starting pitcher Rich Hill, were able to defeat the Chicago Cubs in game 3 in a 6-0 shutout of the Chicago Cubs. Rich Hill only allowed two hits over six innings and Yasmani Grandal provided the offense with a two-run home run in the fourth inning. After that the bullpen took care of business with Kenley Jansen finishing things off with a strong effort in the ninth inning. The Dodgers will look to build on momentum as they host game 4 later tonight. The Dodgers will deploy rookie pitcher Julio Urias, all of 20 years old, against the Cubs’ John Lackey, 37. John Lackey started game 7 for the 2002 champion Angels and knows what it’s like to be thrust in the spotlight early, “Sometimes, it’s good to be young. You don’t know what you’re getting into. You can just go out there and let your talent take over. And, obviously, he has a lot of that.” The Dodgers are only two wins away from the World Series so secure your tickets today!
Clayton Kershaw pitched one of the best games of his post-season career last night, sealing a Game 2 win over the Cubs and tying the series at one apiece. Adrian Gonzalez provided the lone run as he belted a home run early in the game. Kenly Jansen provided the final outs as the all-star closer sealed the game for the Dodgers.
In an incredible game that exemplified the very best of postseason baseball the Dodgers beat the Nationals in game 5 of the NLDS to advance to the NLCS and a date with the Chicago Cubs. After closer Kenley Jansen came into the game in the 7th inning it was up to Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw to close the game. He did so in spectacular fashion, lifting the Dodgers into their first NLCS appearance since 2013.
The Dodgers will be facing off against the Nationals tonight in a winner-take-all game 5. Rich Hill will take the mound for the Dodgers while the Nationals will have Max Scherzer throwing the heat for them. “This will probably be the biggest start of my career,” Scherzer told reporters in Los Angeles. “I’ve said that a few times in my life, but I think this will be it. You’re going to get the absolute best out of everybody on both teams.”
The Dodgers had their season on the line last night and Clayton Kershaw with Chase Utley delivered. Pitching on 3 days short rest Kershaw was able to go 6 2/3 innings, striking out 11. Chase Utley singled home the tiebreaking run in the bottom of the eighth and the Dodgers go to Washington in a winner-take-all game 5.
John Lackey will be attempting to put the Giants away as he takes the mound for the Chicago Cubs tonight in San Francisco. The Giants will counter with left-hander Matt Moore. John Lackey actually eliminated the Giants last as a member of the Angels when they won the championship in 2002.
Clayton Kershaw will take the mound for the Dodgers today in a must-win game 4. The Nationals have a 2-1 lead in the best of 5 series and the Dodgers will have to bring their A-game in order to stave off elimination. Joe Ross will pitch for the Nationals.
Due to excessive and heavy rain Game 2 of the NLDS was postponed to a Sunday start. Rich Hill and Tanner Roark will be taking the mound for the Dodgers and Nationals, respectively.
Yasiel Puig is NOT in the starting lineup as the Dodgers take on the Nationals in game 1 at Nationals Park today. Andrew Toles will be starting for the first time since September 28th.
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts is enjoying his rookie year success as the boss of the Dodgers. Roberts told the Dodgers official site that he enjoys the privileges of the job, speaking of upper management, “These guys have given me mas much autonomy as I want. More times than not, I find myself calling them to come down and talk, and they are more of staying out of my way.”
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts surprised many when he announced that there would be 3 catchers on the postseason roster but pitcher Alex Wood would be excluded. Dodgers president Andrew Friedman was quoted by the Dodgers official site as saying, “Barnes’ versatility certainly plays into it. He’s got some foot speed, especially relative to catchers, but also it frees up Ruiz. It frees him up for potential big spots against left-handed relievers. It just felt like overall it helped complete our roster.”
Manager Dave Roberts states after the disappointing ending to the season the Dodgers are hitting the reset button ahead of game 1 of the NLDS. Speaking to the Dodgers’ official website, Rogers said, "We played a team with its back against the wall and they played like it. They won three games they needed to win. We tried to play the middle, get guys rested and line up the rotation and things like that, get certain guys seen, and it's against what we've done all year. The workouts this week will allow us to focus. I just don't want any carryover from this past road trip."
Standing strong at the top of the National League West Division are none other than the Los Angeles Dodgers! With 90 wins on their record so far, they’ve not only earned a spot in the MLB playoffs, but have also managed to win their division outright—and there’s still a week left to play in the regular season. At this point, the Giants are their closest competition, followed by Colorado, San Diego and Arizona. Los Angeles has already played their final regular season games at home, but will be on the road this weekend in San Francisco. Check out the Dodgers against the Giants this Friday, Saturday, or Sunday by purchasing your tickets from us now! Prices start at $50.
It should come as little surprise to MLB fans that the Los Angeles Dodgers are heading back to the playoffs! The team has secured its position with an impressive overall record of 85 wins and 66 losses, trailing only the Chicago Cubs and Washington Nationals in the National League standings. Before they head into the postseason, however, Los Angeles will have to get through the Colorado Rockies, who are known for pulling out the occasional upset. Catch the final series of the season and all the excitement on Saturday, September 24. Tickets to the clash at Dodger Stadium are currently on sale and available for prices as low as $37.
The Los Angeles Dodgers stormed the New York Yankees field on Monday night, with high hopes for another win to add to their record. The game started off with a bang for the Dodgers, as they seemed to be unstoppable during the first three innings. The Dodgers scored six runs in those first inning alone and another two as the game went on. The Yankees weren’t able to answer to there high scoring, giving the Dodgers the 8-2 win over the Yankees. See what the Dodgers can do when they head home to take on the San Francisco Giants starting on September 19. Tickets start at and affordable $9 each.
Thanks to a late-season slide by the San Francisco Giants, the Los Angeles Dodgers have seized command of the NL West. Now, the Dodgers are in prime position to win the division and gain a favorable seed in the MLB playoffs. As of Sept. 8, the Dodgers boasted a record of 79-60, five games ahead of the Giants.
A hot start to September hasn’t hurt the Dodgers. LA won five of its first six games of the month, thanks largely to excellent pitching and fielding. In the six victories, the Dodgers didn’t allow more than four runs. Los Angeles travels to play at the New York Yankees, Sept. 12–14.
Even though they are still ranked at first place in the National League West, the Los Angeles Dodgers shouldn’t get too comfortable. They have recently lost the last four out of seven games played, including a disastrous road trip against the Colorado Rockies. Los Angeles did manage avoid the sweep while in Denver, however, as they won the final match 10 - 8. They had previously lost 0 - 7 and 1 - 7. Fortunately, the Dodgers will now be heading home to attempt to finish regular season on a strong note. They host the San Diego Padres tomorrow through Sunday. Tickets to tomorrow’s game are on sale for $3 and up.
The Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Phillies 15-5 in the first of a three game series on the 16. Chase Utley had two homers, including a grand slam, to help the Dodgers win. Yasmani Grandal and Howie Kendrick also hit home runs during the game. Adrian Gonzalez was hit by a pitch and Grandal and Joc Pederson walked to also bring in some runs during the seventh inning. Rob Segedin had an RBI single to help out the eight-run seventh inning as well. The two teams play again on the 17 and 18, and then the Dodgers head to Cincinnati to play the Reds. You can still get tickets for $19 and up.
After winning a three game series against the Phillies 201, the Los Angeles Dodgers went 1-2 in their latest three game series against the Pirates that started on August 12. After losing the first game 5-1, the Dodgers came back from behind to win 8-4 in game two. The Phillies had three errors, and the Dodgers made sure to take advantage of each one. Joc Pederson had a two run homer and went 3 for 4. Corey Seager had two RBI hits, and the team managed a total of 17 hits. They lost 11-3 in game 3. The Dodgers head to Philadelphia to play the Phillies for three games starting on the 16, and you can still get tickets for $19 and up.
The Los Angeles Dodgers went 2-1 against the Diamondbacks in their most recent three game series. The Dodgers took the first game, but then fell to the Diamondbacks in game two. The Dodgers left no doubt as to which team would win in game three, winning 14-3. The Diamondbacks were ahead 3-0 until the Dodgers finally found their groove and tied it up in the bottom of the fourth. Then, the Dodgers never let down, scoring in each subsequent inning. Yasmani Grandal, Corey Seager and Joc Pederson each had multi-run home runs to help out the offense. The Dodgers lost the first of three against the Rockies, and the teams play twice more on the 3 and 4. You can still get tickets for $13 and up.
After winning the first of three games against the Diamondbacks, the Los Angeles Dodgers lost the next two by just one run. In the first game, the Dodgers were able to get 13 runs, thanks to a five run fourth inning and a four run sixth. Chris Taylor had a grand slam, and Justin Truner also had a homer. Every starter for the team had at least one hit and one run throughout the game. After such an impressive outing, the Dodgers had to battle it out with the Diamondbacks for twelve innings before the Diamondbacks scored the winning run. The Dodgers head to Washington to play the Nationals on the 19, 20 and 21. You can still get tickets for $38.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are in the midst of a five game winning streak. Their latest victory was against the Orioles on July 4 in Los Angeles in the first of a three game series. The game was close, with the Orioles ahead 5-4 going into the sixth inning. The Dodgers were able to get a run per inning to get ahead 7-5 by the top of the ninth and then held the Orioles to take the win. Julio Urias started on the mound, but the rookie left after just 3 1/3 innings. This win was the Dodgers' tenth straight victory at home. The two teams play again on the 5 and 6. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $2.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have won their past four games. After losing by two to the Brewers in the first game of a four game series, the Dodgers won the next three. They started a three game series with the Nationals on the 20 and won that game as well. Clayton Kershaw started on the mound and only allowed one run during his seven innings. Kenley Jansen came in to finish and earned his 1162nd save to become the Dodger's all time leader. Joc Pederson and Justin Turner both had homers. The two teams meet again on the 21 and 22. You can still get tickets for just $2 and up.
The Los Angeles Dodgers swept their three game series against the Braves. The first game was on June 3. The Braves were on the board first, leading 2-0 until the Dodgers finally got a run in the fourth inning. Single runs in the fifth, sixth and eighth inning led them to a 4-2 victory. The Dodgers left no question to their next victory, shutting out the Braves 4-0. The third game started out with a tied first inning, but the Dodgers took control and ultimately won 12-6. Their next series is against the Rockies, of which they lost the first game. They play again on the 7 and 8, and you can still get tickets. Prices start at $2.
The Los Angeles Dodgers wanted to start their four-game series against the Angels on the right foot, especially since they are state and city rivals. On Monday, May 16, everything seemed to be going well for the Dodgers as they started the first two innings off with two runs against the Angels. However, by the fifth inning, the Dodgers had given up four runs and were playing catch-up the rest of the game. Between Albert Pujols and Mike Trout, five hits and five RBIs were completed for the Angels, leading them to the 7-6 win over the Dodgers. See what happens when the two Los Angeles teams face off again on May 18. Tickets start at $28 a pop.
A four-game homestand might be just what the doctor ordered for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The second-place Dodgers won just two of nine games between April 25 and May 4, including an 8-5 loss to Tampa Bay the day before Cinco de Mayo that left the team with a record of 14-14.
On May 9, 10, 11, and 12 the Dodgers entertain NL East foe New York Mets in critical series where L.A. hopes to regain some momentum. Tickets are available to these home games, starting at a mere $2. The Mets have bad a good season and won 17 of their first 26 games. This is the first meeting between the teams this season.
For the Los Angeles Dodgers, a Tuesday night loss to the Diamondbacks further exposed one of the team’s main weaknesses—a lack of depth in backup pitching. Neither the weakness of the bullpen nor the final score of 2-4 were what the team wanted to show the crowd at the game, which also happened to be the home opener. The series finishes up on Thursday, but another round against San Francisco is in the books for this weekend at Dodger Stadium. The Dodgers will look to redeem themselves for the home crowd, and you can be a part of the action! Get your seats from us today for either a Friday, Saturday or Sunday (April 15-17) game from us today for as little as $10!
The Los Angeles Dodgers have started the 2016 season off with two big shutout wins against the Padres. On Opening Day, the Dodgers beat the Padres 15-0, making for the largest Opening Day shutout in league history. Clayton Kershaw started on the mound and only gave up one hit during his seven innings. The next night, the Dodgers only managed three runs, but they still kept the Padres from scoring. Scott Kazmir only gave up one hit in his six innings on the mound. The Dodgers have one more game against the Padres before they head to San Francisco for a four game series against the Giants that starts on April 7. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $15.
The Los Angeles Dodgers started this preseason dominating the competition, taking 10 victories in 15 games and only losing three of those. Unfortunately, they have been struggling more recently, currently being on a disappointing seven-game losing streak. Fortunately, the preseason is the time to figure out the team dynamics and gain a footing before the official season kicks off. All fans are hoping the Dodgers turn it around before April 4th when the new season begins. Of course, fans are going to have to wait until April 12th for the Dodgers’ home opener before catching the Dodgers in action. They will host the Arizona Diamondbacks and tickets start at $83. Come out and show your support.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are still in the preseason, but they are already dominating. With nine victories so far, and just three losses, the Dodgers are setting themselves up for an incredible season. There is not much time left to wait as well. The Dodgers kick the new season off on April 4th by travelling to the San Diego Padres. Tickets for the home opener, which will be on April12th against the Arizona Diamondbacks, are available starting at $85. If you just can’t wait, be sure to attend a preseason game. Tickets for the upcoming matchup against the San Diego Padres on March 20th start as low as just $13.