Chavez Ravine Dodger Stadium

Dodger Stadium: Stop By Chavez Ravine Today!

Baseball season is here and Clayton Kershaw’s Dodgers look like a contender again. Here’s a few fun facts about Chavez Ravine Dodger Stadium you may not have known about:

– Dodger Stadium was opened in 1962. Prior to its construction, the Dodgers played their first few seasons in Los Angeles at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum after moving to the city from Brooklyn before the 1958 baseball season.

– As of the 2014 Major League Baseball season, Dodger Stadium had a maximum seating capacity of approximately 56,000. Last season over 3,782,337 fans enjoyed an MLB baseball game at Dodger Stadium.

– Notable events at Dodger Stadium over the years include a Beatles concert during their final United States tour, Sandy Koufax’s perfect game against the Los Angeles Dodgers Chicago Cubs on September 9, 1965, Frank Sinatra singing the National Anthem on Opening Day in 1977, the 1980 Major League Baseball Game, Kirk Gibson’s memorable game-winning home run in the 1988 World Series tickets against the Oakland Athletics Game tickets, and numerous no-hitters.

– Dodger Stadium is the third oldest major league baseball stadium still in use behind only Chicago’s Wrigley Field and Boston’s Fenway Park. You can also checkout our Best and Worst MLB Stadiums.

– Dodger Stadium has the advantage of being located in sunny Los Angeles, where rainouts are rare. In fact, as of April 7, 2015, the Dodgers were on a streak of over a thousand games without a rainout on their home turf; only 17 total rainouts occurred from the stadium’s opening in 1962 through 2015.

– Dodger Stadium is home to the “Dodger Dog”, a distinctive 10″ long hot dog invented by Thomas G. Arthur.

Upcoming Los Angeles Dodgers Games

Full schedule of upcoming Dodgers Games at Chavez Ravine Dodger Stadium

Dodgers Promo Code

We’re a Los Angeles-based ticket provider in business since 1984. Contact us to get your seats at Chavez Ravine Dodger Stadium to enjoy an action-packed game today. Barry’s Tickets offers great deals on all MLB game tickets for all teams.

Barry’s Ticket Office is located 3.7 Miles from Chavez Ravine Dodger Stadium
Barry's TicketsBarry’s Tickets is located minutes from Chavez Ravine Dodger Stadium. Our downtown office next to the Staples Center makes it fast, easy and convenient for picking up or purchasing LA sports tickets even after the game starts Barry’s Tickets Los Angeles office is open from 9am – 9pm seven days a week inside the Luxe Hotel.

Barry’s Tickets has been the go to ticket broker for all LA Dodger Tickets as well as all Dodgers Playoff tickets and all Los Angeles Baseball Tickets for over 30 years.

Barry’s Tickets

(213) 749-0057

1020 S. Figueroa

Los Angeles

CA

90015

2015 MLB Allstar Game Prospects

2015 MLB Allstar Game Prospects

The first month of this year’s baseball is done, and while the All-Star game is still a little while off, it’s never a bad idea to look at some 2015 MLB All-Star Game prospects who might be taking the diamond for the Midsummer Classic in Cincinnati on July 14th. We’ve selected our top prospects based on mostly on the numbers they’re posting this year, although their track record is definitely a factor, too.

Lets start with the American League:

  1. Miguel Cabrera (1B, Detroit Tigers)
    – There’s no reason that Cabrera should not keep his starting spot from last year’s game. He’s posting solid numbers (.333 BA, .438 OBP, .601 SLG), and is yet to make an error this year. He’s an absolute no-brain inclusion in the AL side.
  2. Hanley Ramirez (LF, Boston Red Sox)
    – Although struggling a bit recently, he’s posting acceptable numbers when you take into account his power (10 HR in the first month), and that Boston are going through a rough patch, batting sub-.200 as a team this month. We predict that both he and the Red Sox will find their feet soon, and you’ll see Hanley take the field in the run-on side in Cincinatti
  3. Jose Iglesias (SS, Detroit Tigers)
    – Despite stellar numbers this year in a strong Tigers side, Iglesias is perhaps a little fortunate with his timing. With last years retirement of the incumbent Jeter, and nobody really putting their hands up and staking a claim on this role, Iglesias’ .345 BA (highest in AL), .400 OBP, .445 SLG could win him the job. Don’t be surprised if he’s standing there at Shortstop when the Midsummer Classic rolls around.
  4. Michael Brantley (LF, Cleveland Indians)
    – Without a doubt, Brantley has been the best hitter in the Cleveland Indians lineup. Take into account that Brantley is carrying a back injury with him which is restricting his power, and his .336 BA, .416 OBP and .546 SLG becomes even more impressive. His power is slowly coming back, evidenced by quadrupling his home run count inside May, and we think he’ll be at full power by July, and will be really pushing Ramirez for that starting LF slot. Either way, we’re confident that Brantley will feature in the game.
  5. Jose Altuve (2B, Houston Astros)
    – At the start of the year, if you asked me to pick one person that was a certainty to maintain his spot in the AL side, I would have picked the evergreen Robinson Cano. However, both he and his Mariners are off to a so-so start to the season, and it’s hard to argue with the bat of Jose Altuve – at one point in the season he was hitting well over .350, and now has cooled a little, but you just can’t argue with a guy sitting on 24 RBIs from the leadoff slot. Unless Cano steps up his game significantly, we’re picking Altuve to make his debut in the run-on side in July.l
  6. Sonny Gray (RHP, Oakland Athletics)
    – Instead of making the usual early prediction mistake of trying to shoot the moon and pick the breakout star who becomes the surprise inclusion, we’re gonna take a shot at picking the guy that’s going to be walking out onto the mound in the first inning for the AL. We believe there’s no better candidate than Sonny Gray. Leading the league in ERA, WHIP, and sitting in the top 10 for Wins, Innings Pitched and Strikeouts, we feel that the only other possibility is Felix Hernandez himself. As it stands right now though, there is no going past Sonny Gray to start that game in our opinion.

That about wraps up the AL, we threw up a few guys that are a near surety to hold their slot, and a couple of guys whose selections may be somewhat of a surprise. Lets move onto the NL team:

  1. Buster Posey (C, San Francisco Giants)
    – An average April for Posey has turned into a far stronger May, hitting .321 since May 1st. The real clincher for Posey is the power threat that he represents, which is very unusual for a catcher. His .287 BA, .359 OBP and .474 SLG are good enough to earn the NL catching slot in the Midsummer Classic, and his 6 homeruns cannot be ignored. We expect a strong May to turn into a stronger June, and by the time July rolls around, this will seem like the most obvious choice in the world.
  2. Nolan Arenado (3B, Colorado Rockies)
    – With Aramis Ramirez unable to put up the numbers this year, we consider the NL 3B slot completely up for the taking this year. The strongest candidate at the moment appears to be Nolan Arenado. This 2x Gold Glover is a shining light in the Rockies lineup at the moment, bringing incredible power to the order. He currently sits 9th in the NL for slugging, at .531, and his power will be the key to making sure he’s running out with the NL side in Cincinnati.
  3. Dee Gordon (2B, Miami Marlins)
    – In our opinion there’s no player with more certainty of making an appearance in Cincinnati than Dee Gordon. Currently sitting on top of the NL in batting average (.406) and 2nd in the NL with 12 stolen bases inside the first month and a half, even Howie Kendrick cannot hope to push Dee Gordon out of that starting 2B slot.
  4. Matt Kemp (RF, San Diego Padres)
    – There’s no more highly respected veteran of the game than Matt Kemp. Even if the numbers don’t make him a surety to make an appearance (.273/.305/.377), he’s an excellent chance at taking a spot through the fan favorite vote. May hasn’t been a great month individually for Kemp, but he’s still definitely making his contribution to the team, having already posted a respectable 22 RBIs on the season. We’re confident at this point that Kemp will be running out for the NL side in July.
  5. Joc Pederson (CF, Los Angeles Dodgers)
    – May has been kind of slow for Joc, but seeing that 6 of his 10 hits on the month are homeruns, it’s clear that when he connects, he hits hard. Putting up 21 RBIs already is impressive, an 11 of those come this month, so the hits are coming when they really matter. So what do you get with a guy that can hit, and hit hard when it matters? A definite shot at an All Star appearance.
  6. Max Scherzer (P, Washington Nationals)
    – Max Scherzer got off to an unlucky start of the year – at one point he was 1-3 with the lowest ERA in the league and a WHIP under 1. His team has risen up behind him and he now sits at 4-3, which is much more representative of the incredible pitching performances he’s putting in (1.75 ERA, 0.92 WHIP). We think that Max Scherzer is a good shot at being the guy that NL turn to in order to start their game off right in Cincinnati.

We hope you enjoyed our early look at some potential prospects for the 2015 MLB All Star Game. Let us know below if there’s someone in there that really surprises you, or if you think we’ve really overlooked an interesting race for an All Star appearance!

Hollywood Bowl Concerts

Hollywood Bowl Concerts Perfect Way To Spend Summer Nights

Hollywood Bowl Concerts are a perfect way to enjoy the warm beautiful summer nights in Los Angeles. The Hollywood Bowl is great if you’re taking that someone special out on the town or with a group of friends looking to enjoy some great music, wine, food and more. There are over 50 Hollywood Bowl concerts a year giving with enough diversity for everyone’s musical tastes.

The Hollywood Bowl Concert schedule varies from year to year but has been the venue of choice for numerous concerts for many years such as the Playboy Jazz Festival, Mariachi USA, Smooth Summer Jazz festival and many others.

Upcoming Hollywood Bowl Concerts

Get tickets and view the entire Hollywood Bowl concert schedule!

If you have never been to a concert at the Hollywood Bowl now is a perfect time to knock it off your bucket list. You can use our special Hollywood Bowl concert promo code at get $20.00 off your tickets.

Hollywood Bowl Tickets Discount Code

Hollywood Bowl Concerts Trivia

John Williams has played the Hollywood Bowl more times than any other act as he has played 14 times at the Bowl. Elton John has held ten Hollywood Bowl concerts followed by Ray Charles who has played there nine times. The Dave Matthews Band, Sting and Aerosmith have all played the Hollywood Bowl four times as well.
As far back as August 14th 1943 when Frank Sinatra performed at the Hollywood Bowl with such songs as Dancing in the Dark, Night and Day, You’ll Never Know, the Song Is You, Ol’ Man River, It’s Always You, Embraceable You, She’s Funny That Way and All or Nothing at All the Bowl has been the synonymous with great music and legendary concerts.

Barry's Tickets

1020 S. Figueroa
Los Angeles, California 90015
United States (US)
Phone: 213 749 0057
Fax: 818 444 7077