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It was another successful weekend in Phoenix for the Los Angeles Dodgers, who ran their record versus the Arizona Diamondbacks to a perfect 5-0. The victory gave the Dodgers a 9-4 record and first place in the National League West. The loss sent the reeling Diamondbacks to 4-11 and last place in the division. For a season that started with big expectations the Diamondbacks have the look of a potential 90 loss team. With the San Francisco Giants having the look of contenders once again the Diamondbacks will face an uphill battle in the division. The Diamondbacks have the New York Mets coming into town, with three must win games, before they head back to Los Angeles to face the Dodgers in an extremely important weekend series. If the Diamondbacks struggles continue manager Kirk Gibson may find himself on the hot seat.

The three game sweep was marked by solid pitching by the Dodgers, specifically Hyun-Jin Ryu, and an offensive tear by first baseman Adrian Gonzalez. The Dodgers first baseman hit another home run on Sunday, a tape measure shot, giving him five on the season. Gonzalez has now hit twenty-seven home runs at Chase Field, tops among visiting players. Gonzalez, in a performance that will surely win him National League Player of the Week, hit three home runs and drove in ten during the weekend series. The Dodgers outscored the Diamondbacks 22-11 over the three game series.

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The Dodgers roughed up the Diamondbacks pitching staff, a common occurrence this season. After losing Patrick Corbin to Tommy John surgery during spring training the Diamondbacks are moving forward without their ace. Fellow starters Wade Miley and Trevor Cahill have been pedestrian at best, leaving a huge hole in the Diamondbacks rotation. The Diamondbacks pitching struggles are confounded by the fact that they traded young lefthander Tyler Skaggs to the Los Angeles Angels as part of the Mark Trumbo trade. A move designed to add power to the roster, Trumbo’s acquisition came at a high cost. The Diamondbacks traded two of their top three prospects, Adam Eaton and Skaggs for Trumbo. The big power hitter had a strong start to the season before cooling off over the weekend. He has tremendous power numbers, but is a marginal player at best on defense. Eaton is off to a strong start in Chicago, hitting .354 with nine runs batted in, while Skaggs has put together two solid starts with the Angels, giving up just four earned runs in fifteen innings pitched. Arizona then traded third base prospect Matt Davidson, off to a strong start in Chicago, for White Sox closer Addison Reed. Reed is a solid young closer, but in the long run giving up Davidson may turn out to be a mistake.

The moves were predicated on the belief that the Diamondbacks are a contender this season, a belief held by GM Kevin Towers and the rest of the Diamondbacks front office. The truth is the Diamondbacks are at best a .500 team (which they have been each of the past two seasons), who just lost their top starting pitcher. With an inconsistent batting lineup, a middle-of-the-road starting rotation and a league average at best bullpen the Diamondbacks could be in for a long season. This past weekend was another reminder of the uphill battle the club continues to face in Phoenix. The weekend crowds were large, but that included a massive number of Dodgers fans. Judging by the applause of the fans it was difficult to tell at times who the home team was.

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Arizona will head to Los Angeles next weekend needing to turn things around versus the Dodgers. Arizona had their way with the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium in 2013, largely due to the performance of slugger Paul Goldschmidt. Since then the series has been extremely one-sided. If the Dodgers manage another convincing series win next weekend you have to wonder if manager Kirk Gibson could be on the hot seat.

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The smell of the fresh cut grass, a cold drink, nacho’s, salted peanuts, carnation ice cream, cracker jacks and a world famous hot dog all go hand in hand at Dodger home game at Dodger Stadium. To start off you season right Barry’s Tickets would like for you to enjoy a Dodger Dog on us. Just use the Promo Code below to save $5.00 (the cost of a Dodger Dog) on Dodger Tickets! Hurry though, the sale ends Wed April 2nd. Here is a look at the Dodgers upcoming April schedule at Dodger Stadium which includes rivals the Giants as well as the Tigers, Phillies, Diamondbacks and the Arizona Diamondbacks.

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April 4-6 San Francisco Giants: The Dodgers kick off the home portion of their schedule with a three game series against the arch-rival Giants. After a disappointing defense of their 2012 World Series title in 2014 the Giants are primed to compete with the Dodgers for the 2014 National League West title. After missing his start versus the San Diego Padres in the United States portion of the Dodgers season opener, lefthander Clayton Kershaw should make a start during the Dodgers home opening series. If the Giants rotation holds true to the Dodgers should see San Francisco’s top two starters, Madison Bumgarner and Matt Cain. Bumgarner has won 29 games the past two seasons while Cain, who had a subpar season by his standards in 2013, is still one of the top right-handed pitchers in baseball. Saturday’s game, a 1:10 Saturday start will feature a pre-game performance by Robin Thicke, while the first 15,000 fans under the age of 14 at Sunday’s game (April 6) will receive a Yasiel Puig Fathead.

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April 8-9 Detroit Tigers: Following the Giants series the Dodgers welcome in perennial AL Power Detroit, led by two-time defending American League MVP Miguel Cabrera. The slugging first baseman, who won the Triple Crown in 2012, just signed the largest contract in the history of major league baseball, a ten-year $292 million extension. In addition to Cabrera the Tigers feature one of the top starting rotations in all of baseball, featuring last two winners of the American League Cy Young, Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer. The first 40,000 fans at Tuesday’s game (April 8) will receive a hooded zip-up Dodgers sweater.

April 18-20 Arizona Diamondbacks: After two key early season road trips to Arizona and San Francisco the Dodgers return home for another series with the Diamondbacks, their third in less than a month. The series will be the culmination of seventeen division games the first nineteen games played, a crucial early test that will give the Dodgers a key opportunity to build an early lead. Although they clinched the division on the road in Phoenix the Dodgers struggled at Dodger Stadium versus the Diamondbacks in 2013. Friday’s game (April 18) will feature the traditional Friday Night Fireworks, while those attending the April 19th game will receive a Dodgers welcome matt. Sunday’s game (April 20th) will include the Viva Los Dodgers pre-game celebration, followed by the traditional Kids Run the Bases, following the game.

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April 21-24 Philadelphia Phillies: Immediately after the Diamondbacks series the Dodgers welcome in the Philadelphia Phillies led by Ryan Howard, Jimmy Rollins and Chase Utley. After a disappointing 2013 season the veteran Phillies will be looking to rebound in 2014. Beyond the afformentioned veteran sluggers the Phillies feature two of the more talented left-handers in baseball, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels. The first 40,000 fans at Tuesday’s game, April 22, will receive a fleece Dodgers blanket. In the series finale on Thursday night the Dodgers will have their first bobblehead giveaway of the season, the highly anticipated Clayton Kershaw “Cy Young” bobblehead.

April 25-27 Colorado Rockies: The Dodgers wrap up their April home schedule on April 25 when they begin a three game series versus Troy Tulowitzki and the Colorado Rockies. The Rockies have struggled the past two seasons in a tough NL West, but feature a solid lineup led by Tulowitzki, Carlos Gonzalez and Michael Cuddyer. Friday’s game (April 25) includes the weekly Friday Night fireworks while those attending Saturday’s game (April 26) will get the opportunity to view a post-game screening of the Kevin Costner classic film Field of Dreams.

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The Dodgers Are Ready Is Yasiel?

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Two games in and the Los Angeles Dodgers couldn’t have asked for a better start. Traveling to Australia without Zack Greinke, Carl Crawford and Matt Kemp they outpitched the division rival Diamondbacks for two games to start the season 2-0. Even though the games were played in Australia they were technically “home” games for the Diamondbacks, giving the Dodgers two key road victories versus their fierce rivals. Clayton Kershaw was solid as usual in the first game, while Hyun-Jin Ryu threw five shutout innings in the second game. The Dodgers bats woke up in game two, scoring seven runs behind solid hitting performances from Yasiel Puig, Dee Gordon, Andre Ethier and Juan Uribe. The four players combined to go 9 for 18 and drive in five runs. Upon returning home the Dodgers have the annual Freeway Series with the Angels before they kick off the regular season on Sunday night in San Diego. You can purchase Dodgers Tickets for as low as $3.00 per ticket.

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Just when it seems things couldn’t be better in the Dodgers camp controversy surrounding Yasiel Puig has started up again, after just two games. After a tough spring and an 0-fer in the first game in Australia, Puig went 3-5 in the second game, driving in two runs. At the plate he looked like the same player that tore up June, July and August last season. In classic Puig fashion the controversy came in the game where he registered three hits. While Puig looked locked-in at the plate he was an absolute disaster on the base paths, making two big base running errors that led to outs, one killing a potential larger Dodger scoring outburst. The second base-running error led to what was described as an intense discussion with Dodgers veteran first baseman Adrian Gonzalez. Later on, during his last at bat, Puig swung and missed at a pitch and seemed flung his bat as though injured, prompting Manager Don Mattingly to question whether or not he was actually injured. Puig’s penchant for feigning an injury after a swing and miss, combined with his wild base-running is indicative of what Yahoo! Sports has referred to as his “maddening duality”. When engaged and playing error free baseball Puig is a potential superstar with Bo Jackson type athletic ability. During his rookie season the novelty of Puig helped energize and inspire the team. This season, one where the Dodgers have major expectations, his act may be wearing a little thin.

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So what to do with Puig? At a certain point will his antics outweigh his contribution on the field? The answer is likely no, or at least a bit more nuanced than many media members would insist. If Puig is hitting, like last season, he most likely has a spot in the lineup. The added element that wasn’t present last season though is the potential return of Matt Kemp. Kemp’s season-long injury issues coincided with the arrival and success of Puig. With the Dodger start center-fielder potentially returning soon the Dodgers have a full outfield of Kemp, Puig, Andre Ethier and Carl Crawford. If Kemp returns and produces, and Ethier continues to hit like he did in spring training, Mattingly will have a choice in who he inserts in the lineup. If Puig’s production suffers he just may find himself coming off the bench a bit more than expected. Chris Michaels.

The Dodgers return to on April 4th for a three game series against the San Francisco Giants starting with their Home Opener on April 4th, Robin Thicke singing on April 5th and Kids Yasiel Puig Fathead for the Sunday 5:00pm game. You can purchase Dodgers Vs Giants Tickets today.

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Dollar for Dollar you still can’t beat the entertainment value of a Dodgers game at Dodger Stadium especially now with the excitement and momentum going into the 2014 season. Strictly looking at Dodgers Ticket prices and not food, parking, souvenirs there is no better value. All Dodgers Tickets are “ALL IN” prices. Barry’s Tickets has no service fees so the price you see is the price you pay.

The Dodgers take on the Angels at Dodger Stadium every year for the last two home games of their preseason called The Freeway Series. Reserve Level Tickets can start at just $5.00 per ticket but depending on how many tickets are left they can drop down to $3.00. There isn’t any other sporting event in Los Angeles where you can go and enjoy a night or day out for 3-4 hours for just $3.00 per ticket and see super stars like Karl Crawford, Clayton Kershaw, Yasiel Puig and more.

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Generally Dodgers Opening Day is the most expensive tickets for the regular season and playing their rivals like the Giants makes it even stronger of a game. Tickets can run from $90 for Top Deck Tickets, Right Field Pavilion all you can eat start at $120ish per ticket. Dodgers Field Box 21 can run $500.00.

Vs Giants regular season games are much cheaper. Reserve Levels can start as low as $5.00 per ticket. Field Box Tickets just $35 per ticket and all you can eat reserve tickets around $40 per ticket.

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Vs Braves Tickets start at $5.00
Reserve Level tickets start at $5 per game for a section 58. All you can eat pavilions around 35 per ticket and loges in-between $50 per ticket. The Dodgers play the Braves three times this year all weekdays but two of the nights are giveaways, one Vin Skully 65th anniversary and one 300 homerun bobblehead.

Vs Brewers Tickets start at $10
With Braun back the Brewers are expected to pick up where they left off last season as a playoff off contender. Reserve levels begin at $10 per ticket Outfield Field Boxes start at $30 per ticket. The Brewers are in town Friday August 15th, Sat August 16th and Sunday 1pm game August 17 which is also Kids Lunch Box giveaway.

Vs Cubs Tickets start at $10.00
Chicago has a strong fan base of transplants in the Los Angeles area so tickets for the Cubbies vs Dodgers tend to be a bit higher. Reserve levels start at about $10.00 per ticket, Pavilions $45 per ticket and top decks behind home plate $16 per. The Cubs are in town for only three games all are considered weekends (Friday, Sat and Sunday) one night Friday Night is a fireworks night.

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Vs Diamondbacks start at $6.00
The DBacks are in town for nine games at Dodger Stadium, all but one game have some sort of giveaway or special night including Welcome Mat, Father Day sports bag, Tommy Lasorda Bobblehead night, Headphone giveaway night and fireworks nights.Reserve level start at $6 per ticket, all you can eat around $30 per ticket, Loges at $16 per ticket and left field pavilion just $10 per ticket.

Vs Indians start at $3.00 per ticket
The Indians are in town on a Monday, Tuesday and Wed this year with no real giveaways on any game. Dodgers Vs Indians tickets start at only $3.00 per ticket, right field pavilions $35 per ticket left field $10 per ticket. Dodgers Dugout seats are around $350.00 per ticket and great field box tickets only $90 per ticket.

Vs Marlins start at $6.00
The Dodgers go fishing for Marlins for three game series at Dodger stadium and only one game on May 13th is a giveaway night Yasiel Puig Bobblehead night. Reserve level and top deck both start at $6.00 per ticket, loges at $19 per ticket and field boxes $30 per ticket.

Vs Mets Start at $14.00
New York based teams tend to have a rather large strong LA fan base even the Mets who are only in town for three games this season Aug 22-24th and August is Matt Kemp Figurine night. Top Deck tickets behind home plate start at $14 per ticket while outfield reserves start at $16 per ticket.

Vs Nationals start at $6.00
The Nationals come into town Sept 1st – Sept 3rd with the game on Sept 2nd a Magic Johnson Bobblehead giveaway. Section 6TD and 58RS both begin at $6.00 per ticket, left field pavilion section 311 is just $13 per and loges in between the bases $50 per.

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Vs Padres start at $6.00
The Padres and Dodgers square off 10 times at Dodger Stadium with five of the games being giveaway games Hello Kitty, Pee Wee Reese, Zack Greinke Bobblehead, Babe Ruth Bobblehead and Portable Speaker night. On average Dodgers Padres start at $6.00 per ticket for both Top Deck and Field Box seats, Loges $20 per ticket and Field Boxes $20 per ticket.

Vs Phillies start at $6.00
The Phillies are another team with a strong following where ever they go. They come to LA for a four game series from April 21st – April 24th all weekdays with two giveaway nights a Fleece Blanket and Clayton Kershaw Bobblehead night. Tickets start as low as $6.00 per ticket mostly because all games are on weeknights. Field Boxes and Loges both start at $17 per ticket.

Vs Pirates start at $6.00
The Pirates play four games in Los Angeles Thursday through Sunday May 29th – June 1st with three nights being promotional ones Fan Vote T Shirt, Fireworks and Kids Batting helmets. Top Decks begin at $6.00 per ticket with field boxes at $20 per ticket.

Vs Reds start at $6.00
Only in town for three games May 26th – May 28 the Reds play on two promotional nights Memorial Day BBQ Apron and Hyun-Jin Ryu Bobble head night. Top Deck and Reserve levels start at $6.00 per ticket and go to around $20 per ticket. Behind home plate field boxes $78 to $115 per ticket.

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Vs Rockies start at $6.00
There are nine games against the Rockies three in April, June and September including Fan Appreciation Day September 28th. Tickets for their Monday night game June 16th start at $6.00 per ticket while Friday Night Fireworks September 26th night starts at $12 per ticket.

Vs Tigers start at $6.00
The AL Tigers and Cabrera play two games at Dodger Stadium this year April 08th which is Zip Up Hooded Sweatshirt night and April 9th. Behind home plate top decks begin at $6.00 as well as outfield reserves. Loges at $17 and Field Boxes at $20 and Outfield Pavilions $16 for left field and $40 for right field.

Vs White Sox at $6.00
Chicago comes to Los Angeles June 2nd – 4th with no giveaway nights. Chicago and LA Fans will be able to get in for $6.00 top deck and reserve level seats, all the Dodger Dogs you can eat begin at just $30 per ticket and Loges start at only $11 per ticket.

The Cheapest Dodgers Tickets games or time: Preseason, Beginning of season, weeknights, non giveaway nights.

Note:

  • Weekend Games especially Sundays can be higher priced
  • Giveaway Nights tend to be higher with Bobblehead Nights usually the most expensive of the giveaway nights.
  • Rivalry games such as Giants can be a more expensive.
  • American League Teams – Sometimes depending on the teams (Yankees, Red Sox) run higher priced because of the demand since they rarely play the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium.
  • Large Transplants of Fans – The Cubs, Giants, Phillies, Mets have large fan bases in Los Angeles which can drive up prices on tickets.
  • Dodgers Ticket prices are based on date of post and can fluctuate throughout the season.

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    Anaheim Ducks Keep On Flapping

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    The roll continues for the Anaheim Ducks. After starting the week with an uncharacteristic home loss to the Winnipeg Jets, their first loss at Honda Center this season, the Ducks swept consecutive games with their Southern California rivals, the Los Angeles Kings. Thursday night’s win at Honda Center and Saturday’s victory in the first ever outdoor game at Dodger Stadium has given the Ducks a seven point lead on the Chicago Blackhawks for the top overall record in hockey. Anaheim has just six games before the near month-long break for the Sochi Olympic games, all but one at Honda Center. Ducks Tickets for all games at the Honda Center are on sale now.

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    Week Recap: The Ducks returned home Tuesday night after a tough road swing to face the scrappy Winnipeg Jets. Cam Fowler opened the scoring for the Ducks just four minutes into the first period, only to see Winnipeg storm back on goals by Blake Wheeler, Andrew Ladd and Evander Kane to take a 3-1 lead. Nick Bonino would score his 16th of the season to pull the Ducks within a goal, but Anaheim was unable to solve the Jets further. The loss was the first home defeat of the season for the Ducks. Repeating the form they’ve shown all season the Ducks swept consecutive games versus the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday and Saturday. The Saturday game, the first ever outdoor game at Dodger Stadium, was won by the Ducks 3-0. Jonas Hiller shut out Los Angeles for his 20th career shutout while Corey Perry, Matt Beleskey and Andrew Cogliano scored for the Ducks, with Perry scoring his 28th goal of the year. The win was the 21st victory in 24 games for the Ducks, who’ve taken a commanding lead in the Pacific Division.

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    The Week Ahead: The Ducks have an opportunity to extend their league-leading record with three games at home this week, Tuesday versus Minnesota, Thursday versus the Philadelphia Flyers and Saturday versus the Dallas Stars. All three teams are either out of the playoff race or fringe playoff contenders. The Wild, who are currently in 7th place in the Western Conference, feature are led by forward Zach Parise and defenseman Ryan Suter. After a rough start the Philadelphia Flyers have rebounded and are currently tied for 8th in the Eastern Conference with the Columbus Blue Jackets. Philadelphia is led by Claude Giroux, one of the top centers in the league. Giroux leads Philadelphia with 47 points on the season. The Ducks play just one road game in their six games leading up to the Sochi Olympic games.

    Where they stand: With 83 points the Ducks have the top overall record in hockey, seven points up on the Chicago Blackhawks for top overall record in the Western Conference and the National Hockey League. Anaheim is nine points up on the suddenly hot San Jose Sharks in the Pacific Division. San Jose has won their last six games.

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    When the Anaheim Ducks and the Los Angeles Kings face off in an outdoor game at Dodger Stadium the two clubs will not only be making history with the first outdoor NHL game in Southern California, they’ll also be playing their second key game in three nights. Prior to the much anticipated game on Saturday, January 25 the Ducks and Kings will square off at Honda Center on Thursday, January 23. For the Kings it will be their first opportunity to face Anaheim with Jonathan Quick back in the lineup. The Kings goaltender is rounding into form after missing nearly two months with a pulled groin. If the Kings can slow down Anaheim they’ll be just the third team to beat Anaheim in the past six weeks. The Ducks are in the midst of the best streak in club history, winning 19 of their last 21.

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    With the success of the NHL Winter Classic, which this year pitted the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings in front of over one-hundred-thousand at the University of Michigan football Stadium, the National Hockey League has greatly expanded the number of outdoor games. This year the burgeoning tradition will include a unique matchup between the Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks at Dodger Stadium. The Southern California game will be held on January 25! You can purchase Kings Vs Ducks Stadium Series Tickets Now!

    Where is the best place to sit in Dodger Stadium for the Stadium Series Game?

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    Since there hasn’t been a hockey game at Dodger Stadium yet it’s a bit tough to say exactly where the best seating location for the Kings Vs Ducks game is. It is also a personal preference as to where you like to sit for a hockey game. Some people like to sit as close to the action as possible while others like a higher view as to be able to see actual plays develop. Others like the action coming at them so they prefer to sit behind the goal and just have too look forward the entire game.

    The the reserve level at Dodger Stadium will give you what seems to be a great overview of all the action going on. Loge should give you a great view as well. For people who like to be closer down of course Field Box is the way to go.

    The Dodger Stadium contest will feature the team with the best record in the National Hockey League, Anaheim, and the Los Angeles Kings, winners of the 2012 Stanley Cup. The red hot Ducks, behind the superstars Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry, lead the NHL with 75 points and are currently on a seven-game winning streak. Getzlaf and Perry are fourth and sixth in the NHL in scoring with forty-eight combined goals between them. They’ve helped lead one of the NHL’s most dynamic offenses and will be a stern test for Jonathan Quick and the elite Los Angeles Kings defense.

    The Kings have had a solid season fighting through several key injuries including losing their All-Star goaltender Quick for nearly two months due to a groin injury. Los Angeles boasts a deep roster of talent including one of the top defensive corps in the NHL. The catalyst for the Kings success is Quick who returned from his injury on January 8th. The Kings are currently sixth in the Western Conference with 61 points, well within striking distance of Chicago and Anaheim for the top seeds in the conference.
    Anaheim and Los Angeles will meet at the Honda Center on Thursday, January 23rd, two nights prior to the outdoor game. The doubleheader will give the Kings golden opportunity to make up ground on the Western Conference leaders immediately, adding additional intensity to the rivalry between the two Southern California teams.

    The NHL will utilize technology first used during an outdoor game in Las Vegas in 1991. The Kings also played in the Vegas game in 1991 and despite temperatures that reached 85 degrees the ice held up the warm conditions. Like in Las Vegas the game will be played at night to mitigate temperature issues. Over the past several years the league has perfected the technology behind their portable refrigeration equipment they use for the outdoor games. The game at Dodger Stadium will reportedly be able to seat as many as 70,000 people, creating unique memories for Los Angeles hockey fans.

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    2014 Dodgers Bobblehead Giveaways and Promotions

    2014 Dodgers Bobbleheads

    2014 Bobbleheads

    Here is a look at the 2014 Dodgers Bobble Head Giveaway Nights as well as Dodgers Promotions and Giveaways. According to the Dodgers “promotions and giveaways are while supplies last and for the FIRST 50,000 fans in attendance at Dodger Stadium. Only ONE Giveaway or Promotion item will be given per person to the bearer of the ticket upon entering Dodger Stadium and as always the schedule of Dodgers promotions and giveaways are subject to change. You can purchase Dodgers Tickets for anyone of these bobblehead, promotional and giveaway nights now. Having a ticket in hand does not guarantee you a promotional item so get to Dodger Stadium Early!

    2014 Bobblehead Nights Schedule Dodger Stadium
    Clayton Kershaw “Cy Young” Bobblehead Night Thurs April 22nd Vs Phillies
    Yasiel Puig Bobblehead Night Tues May 13th Vs Marlins
    Hyun-Jin Ryu Bobblehead Night Tues May 27th Vs Reds
    Hello Kitty Mini Bobblehead Night Tues June 3rd Vs White Sox
    Tommy Lasorda Bobblehead Night Sat June 14th Vs D-Backs
    Fan Vote Bobblehead Night Thur June 26th Vs Cardinals
    Pee Wee Reese & Roy Campanella Bobblehead Night Sat, Jul 12 Vs Padres
    The Original 30HR Club Bobblehead Night (Baker, Cey, Garvey, Smith) Thu, Jul 31 Vs Braves
    Zack Greinke Bobblehead Night Wed, Aug 20 Vs Padres
    Magic Johnson Bobblehead Night Tue, Sep 2 Vs Nationals
    Babe Ruth Bobblehead Night Sep 9 Vs Padres

    2014 Giveaways
    Kids’ Yasiel Puig Fathead ^ Sun, Apr 6 Vs Giants
    Zip-Up Hooded Sweatshirt ++ Tue, Apr 8 Vs Tigers
    Welcome Mat ++ Sat, Apr 19 Vs D-Backs
    Fleece Blanket ++ Tue, Apr 22 Vs Phillies
    Kids’ Hanley Ramirez Replica Jersey ^ Sun, Apr 27 Vs Rockies
    Inflatable Chair ++ Thu, May 8 Vs Giants
    Memorial Day BBQ Apron ++ Mon, May 26 Vs Reds
    Kids’ Batting Helmet ^ Sun, Jun 1 Vs Pirates
    Adult Don Newcombe Replica Brooklyn Jersey ++ Tue, Jul 1 Vs Indians
    Hello Kitty Item Thu, Jul 10 Vs Padres
    Vin Scully 65th Anniversary Commemorative Item ++ Tue, Jul 29 Vs Braves
    Kids’ Back to School Backpack ^ Sun, Aug 3 Vs Cubs
    Cap Nights Aug 4 & 5 Vs Angels
    Kids’ Lunch Box ^ Wed, Aug 20 Vs Brewers
    Figurine ++ Sun Aug 24 Vs Mets
    Headphones ++ Sat, Sep 6 Vs D-Backs

    As always the 2014 Dodgers Promotions and Giveaways at Dodger Stadium also include Friday Night Fireworks,
    Viva Los Dodgers and Kids Run The Bases.

    ~ Special ticket required
    ++ First 40,000 fans
    + First 20,000 fans
    ^ First 15,000 ticketed kids 14 & under in attendance

    2014 Dodgers Promotion Nights

    2014 Dodgers Promotion Nights

    The Yasiel Puig Bobblehead Night, Clayton Kershaw “Cy Young” Bobblehead Night and Babe Ruth Bobblehead Night will definitely be big nights at Dodger Stadium I suggest you get there as early as possible to make sure that you get a bobblehead. The Original 30HR Club Bobblehead Night(Baker, Cey, Garvey, Smith) should also be a good one and a cool bobblehead the previous Cey, Russell, Lopes and Garvey “The Infield” Bobblehead is one of my favorite in my collect.

    Some of the cool 2014 Giveaway and Promtional Nights at Dodger Stadium this year will be the Sunday April 6th Kids’ Yasiel Puig Fathead Night against the Giants. With it being early in the Dodgers Season, the draw of Yasiel Puig and of course their hated rivals the Giants it makes for a trifecta night of goodness and dont forget the Dodger Dogs. Vin Scully 65th Anniversary Commemorative Item Night on Tuesday July 29th against the Braves has the potential to be a bit of a tear jerk-er with lots of memories from the 65 years that Vin Scully has been with the Dodgers. Zip-Up Hooded Sweatshirt Night on Tues April 8th against the Triple Crown winner Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers is another game and giveaway I am looking forward to. By:Chris Michaels.

    Images above are not the actual images of the giveaway or promotional items they are used for representation of them.

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    Dodgers Increase Ticket Prices

    Los Angeles Dodgers

    Dodgers

    After a dynamic regular season that saw them advance to the National League Championship Series the Los Angeles Dodgers will be one of the favorites to win the World Series in the 2014 Major League Baseball season. Season tickets are now on sales for the 2014 regular season. With one of the most talented rosters in baseball included two-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw and National League Rookie of the Year runner-up Yasiel Puig the Dodgers will again be one of the premier sporting attractions in Los Angeles.

    More than half of the season tickets will cost less than $20 per game, many less than $12, and for the first time in nearly three decades the club is setting aside tickets on the reserve level as little as $5 per game. Affordable ticket prices and one of the legendary home fields in baseball history makes Dodgers season tickets one of the greatest values among large-market Major League Baseball clubs. Dodger Stadium and the Los Angeles Dodgers offer families one of the best Los Angeles entertainment experiences with a range of options that will fit nearly every budget.

    Here are the highlights of the 2014 Dodger season ticket offer:
    • More than 45,000 seats will increase by $3 or less.
    • 58 percent of the 56,000 seats at Dodger Stadium will have season tickets available for $20 or less.
    • More than 24,000 seats are available for $12 or less.
    • For the first time in 28 years there will be tickets on the Reserve level priced as low as $5. There is no increase more than $2 on this level.
    • Front-row seats between the bases will increase by $30 per game. Rows two through eight will increase by $20. Some Field-level seats are available for less than $20 per ticket, per game, which is less than in 2006.
    • The price for Loge MVP seats will remain the same. There is no increase more than $3 per game on this level.
    • Tickets on the Top Deck start as low as $7 per game.
    • Left-field pavilion tickets will increase by either $1 or $2 per ticket, per game. Tickets in the right-field pavilion were increased by $2 per ticket, per game.
    • There will be no increase for general admission season parking, while premium season parking will increase by $300 to $400 for the 2014 season.

    Team President and CEO Stan Kasten on the exceptional Dodgers season ticket values: “Most Dodger tickets have not increased in price the last two seasons as we looked to first prove to our fans that this ownership group was committed to putting the best possible team on the field, providing a first-class fan experience at the stadium,” said Kasten.

    The new ownership group has succeeded in meeting the expectations they created when the club was purchased. The Dodgers have one of the deepest and most talented lineups in baseball and the club has proven time and time again that they are willing to make whatever moves necessary to bring a World Series title back to Dodger Stadium for the first time since 1988.

    Barry’s Ticket Service has been buying and selling Dodgers Tickets since 1985.By:Chris Michaels