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#BarrysSELFIE Contest with Vin Scully mic

HOW TO ENTER:

1. Follow @BarrysTickets on Twitter.

2. Take a selfie with you (or you and your friends/family) WITH the free Vin Scully mic at the Dodgers Game tonight (7/29/2014).

3. Tweet to us @BarrysTickets with your uploaded picture AND include this hashtag: #BarrysSelfie

You will then be entered for a chance to win $50 Barry’s Bucks!

We will pick the winner by 5pm PST, 7/30/2014.

Barry’s Tickets does not claim responsibility for any content submitted/uploaded in relation to this sweeptakes. Barry’s Tickets also reserves the right to reuse photos for marketing purposes. By submitting photos you are consenting to the rules of the contest.
Winners will be chosen at random the following day after the game.

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By submitting a selfie to Barry’s Tickets, you grant Barry’s Tickets the permission to use your likeness in a photograph in any and all of its publications, including outside billboards and websites, without payment or any other consideration.

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You hereby irrevocably authorize Barry’s Tickets to edit, alter, copy, exhibit, publish or distribute these photographs for purposes of advertising, marketing, and publicizing Barry’s Tickets’s programs or for any other lawful purpose. In addition, you waive the right to inspect or approve the finished product, including written/physical or electronic copy, wherein my likeness appears. I also waive any right to royalties or other compensation or considerations arising or related to the use of these photographic materials.

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May Specials On Dodgers Tickets

Clutch Mother Day

MOTHERS DAY

May 8-11 San Francisco Giants: The Dodgers kicked off the month of April, and their 2014 home opener, by hosting the San Francisco Giants. They’ll host the Giants again in a big four game series to start the month of May. After a disappointing 2013 the Giants have the look of contenders again and after losing two out of three in each of the first two series between the two teams this season, the Dodgers will be looking for a convincing series victory in the four game series. The series will be the first Dodgers home series in nearly two weeks, on the heels of a nine game road trip that brought the Dodgers to Minnesota, Miami and Washington. Dodgers fans attending the series should get the opportunity to see reigning Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw, currently rehabbing a pulled muscle in his back. Fans attending the Thursday night game will receive an inflatable Dodgers chair. Those attending Friday night will get the opportunity to enjoy the postgame Friday night fireworks. Saturday features a Dodgers pennant giveaway as well as the annual Old Timer’s game as fans will get a chance to see past Dodger greats return to the field. The finale of the four-game series on Sunday includes the giveaway of a Mother’s Day Clutch. Dodgers Vs Giants Tickets are on Sale Now. Dodgers Vs Giants Tickets start at only $9.00 per ticket.

Dodgers Yasiel Puig Bobblehead

PUIG

May 12-14 Miami Marlins: Following the key four-game Giants series the Dodgers will welcome in the Miami Marlins for a three game set starting on Monday, May 12th. After a difficult 2013 season in which they had the worst record in the National League the Marlins are fielding a competitive team thus far in 2014. Miami is led by two of the most talented young players in the game in slugging outfielder Giancarlo Stanton and pitcher Jose Fernandez. Stanton, a Southern California native, is off to a big start at the plate and leads the National League in runs batted in. Fernandez won the Rookie of the Year in 2013 and is a leading 2014 Cy Young candidate. Those attending Tuesday night’s game will receive a Yasiel Puig bobblehead, one of the most anticipated promotions of the 2014 season. Dodgers Vs Marlins Tickets start at only $5.00 per ticket. Score Dodgers Vs Marlins Tickets today.

Hyun-Jin Ryu Bobblehead Dodgers

RYU

May 26-28 Cincinnati Reds: After a nine game road trip that takes them to Arizona, New York and Philadelphia, the Dodgers return home to wrap up the month with home series versus the Reds and Pirates. The Reds are currently in contention in a tough National League Central. Dodgers fans will get the opportunity to see one of the top first basemen in the game of baseball in Joey Votto, and one of the fastest players in the history of the game in rookie Billy Hamilton. The Reds pitching staff is led by Johnny Cueto, currently leading all NL starters in earned run average. Those attending Monday night’s game will receive an Andre Either BBQ apron, while Tuesday’s attendees will receive a Hyun-Jin Ryu bobblehead. View Dodgers Vs Reds Tickets now. Starting at only $5.00 a tickets Dodgers Vs Reds Tickets are a steal for a great day out at Dodger Stadium.

Dodger Stadium League Of Their Own

LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN

May 29-31 Pittsburgh Pirates: After hosting the Cincinnati Reds for three games the Dodgers welcome in the Reds fellow NL Central Division mates, the Pittsburgh Pirates. After years of struggles the Pirates broke through in 2013, earning one of two National League wild cards. Pittsburgh is led offensively by Andrew McCutchen, one of the best outfielders in all of baseball. Francisco Liriano and former UCLA pitcher Gerrit Cole lead a deep Pirates rotation. Those attending Thursday night’s game will receive an All-Star fan vote T-shirt. Friday night includes the traditional Friday Night Fireworks, while Sunday’s game includes a postgame screening of the classic Tom Hanks baseball move “A League of Their Own”. Purchase Dodgers Vs Pirates Tickets today. Dodgers Vs Pirates tickets start at only $9.00 per ticket.

Use our special discount code on Dodgers Tickets and save $10.00 when you spend a total of $100.00 or more on Dodgers Games at Dodger Stadium in the Month Of May! Use promo code MAYDODG at the Checkout.

Barry's Tickets Testimonals

WHAT OTHERS SAY ABOUT BARRY’S TICKETS

Barry’s Ticket Service has Dodger Tickets starting at just $5.00 a ticket with No Service Fees or Hidden Charges. We are open from 9am till 9pm and sell tickets to all events past starting time or while supplies last.

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Barry’s Tickets is located just minutes from Dodger Stadium!
1020 S. Figueroa, Los Angeles, CA 90015
(across from the Staples Center inside the Luxe City Center)
Open 7 days a week, 9am – 9pm, for pickups.
213 749 0057

Prices on Dodgers Tickets are good while supplies last and may fluctuate. BY: Chris M.

NLCS Preview Los Angeles Dodgers Vs St Louis Cadinals

NLCS Dodgers Vs Cardinals

Dodgers Vs Cardinals

With the St. Louis Cardinals defeat of the Pittsburgh Pirates the National League Championship is set and will begin Friday at Busch Stadium in St. Louis with the Cardinals taking on the Los Angeles Dodgers. Down 2-1 in the NLDS the Cardinals won consecutive elimination games behind dominant starting pitching by Michael Wacha and Adam Wainwright. The matchup between two of the most storied franchises in all of baseball is the first postseason series between the two clubs since the Dodgers swept the Cardinals in the 2009 NLDS. The two franchises boast seventeen combined World Series titles, with the Cardinals second all-time with eleven.

Here are three things to watch in the NLCS:

Elite Starting Pitching: The Los Angeles Dodgers boast arguably the top 1-2 pitching combination in all of baseball in Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke. The Dodgers twenty-five year-old lefthander Kershaw is the odds on favorite to earn his second Cy Young Award in four seasons.  Greinke, who the Dodgers acquired via free agency this offseason, has long been one of the dominant right-handers in the game and won 15 games this season against only four defeats with an outstanding 2.63 ERA.  In the Dodgers 3-1 series victory over the Braves in the NLDS Kershaw had two outstanding starts, striking out 18 batters in just thirteen innings pitched with just one earned run given up. Due to the Dodgers decision to start Kershaw in game four of the Braves series the Dodgers will start Greinke in game one, followed by Kershaw on Saturday.

The Cardinals have their own trio of outstanding starters in veteran ace Adam Wainwright and rookie Michael Wacha. Wainwright closed out the Pittsburgh series with a dominating start in game five. He’s joined in the rotation by Wacha who pitched seven perfect innings in Pittsburgh in game four before giving up a solo home run in the seventh inning. Wacha exited the game with just one hit allowed and one earned run in an incredibly boisterous road environment.  The twenty-one year- old was a late call-up who nearly pitched a perfect game during the regular season. The remainder of the Cardinals postseason roster is to be determined, with a choice between Joe Kelly, Lance Lynn and Shelby Miller.

The Season Series: The Dodgers took five of seven from the Cardinals this season including taking three of four in St. Louis in early August.  In the August series the Dodgers received outstanding starting performances from Ricky Nolasco, Hyun-Jin Ryu and Zack Greinke.  Ironically the lone Cardinals victory was the one game started by Clayton Kershaw. Kershaw gave up just two earned runs but the Dodgers were unable to provide their starter much run support, ending the Dodgers club record fifteen game road winning streak. In the first game of the series Greinke out-dueled Wainwright in a tight battle.

For the Dodgers to prevail they’ll need Nolasco and Ryu to recapture the form they showed during the late summer Dodgers hot streak. After being acquired by the Dodgers from the Marlins Nolasco was outstanding, but struggled at the end of the season, perhaps due to throwing so many innings this season. Ryu, the Korean rookie, had a strong regular season but struggled in game three of the Braves series. The playoff schedule may allow the Dodgers to go with a three-man rotation, but it’s likely they’ll have to start Nolasco in game four back in Los Angeles.  They’ll need the right-hander to recapture the form he showed right after his acquisition.

The Cardinals Lineup:  The Cardinals don’t have the superstar they once had in Albert Pujols, but do have one of the deepest and most efficient batting lineups in baseball. The Cardinals are third in baseball in runs scored and on base percentage and fourth in batting average. The Cardinals had five players drive in at least seventy-five runs this season, with four regulars batting over .300. Second Baseman Matt Carpenter led the NL in hits, batting .318. Superstar catcher Yadier Molina hit .319 with 80 runs batted in.  Molina is on track for his seventh gold glove. Allen Craig led the National League in batting average with runners in scoring position, hitting .315 with 97 runs batted in. Both Matt Holliday and Carlos Beltran hit near .300 with between 22 and 24 home runs and 80 runs batted in. The Cardinals lineup will be a big challenge to the Dodgers pitching staff. One bright spot for the Dodgers is the Cardinals inconsistent offensive showing in the NLDS.  After leading the Cardinals all season in batting Carpenter hit just .067 in the NLDS with David Freese, Matt Holliday and John Jay also struggling at the plate.

The biggest key to victory for the Dodgers is getting off to a strong start in St. Louis, just like in Atlanta. If Greinke and Kershaw can be their dominant self the Dodgers have a strong opportunity to reclaim home field advantage upon their return to Los Angeles. The Cardinals are a battle tested club with significant postseason experience.  The spotlight won’t be too big for them and the Dodgers will face a hostile environment this weekend in St. Louis. With Wainwright starting game five the Dodgers have the luxury of avoiding the Cardinals ace in St. Louis. Wainwright will likely start game three in Los Angeles. The Cardinals game one and two starters are still to be announced but likely will be either Joe Kelly, Shelby Miller or Lance Lynn in game one and Michael Wacha in game two. Lynn struggled in game two versus the Pirates and Kelly and Miller both have very little postseason experience. The veteran Dodgers club may have an advantage versus the very young Cardinals rotation as the pressure gets ramped up even more in the NLCS.

Prediction: The Dodgers ride Kershaw and Greinke into the World Series, out-dueling the young Cardinals rotation. Dodgers win 4-2.

By:Chris Michaels