Barry’s Ticket Service
1020 S. Figueroa Los Angeles,CA 90015
Mon-Sun 9am - 9pm
Choose the Cardinals Vs Dodgers game of choice above and click "view tickets"
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Stop by any of our Los Angeles based ticket offices and buy them in person
Barry's Tip: With an office just 4.2 Miles (15 Minutes) from Dodger Stadium you are able to
pick up tickets as well as buy Dodgers tickets if still available up until game time and sometimes
even after the game starts. You can buy Day of the Game Dodgers Tickets from us for most home games.
Buy coming into our office, you can pay by cash or credit card in a safe environment
and know that the tickets your getting are 100% authentic.
Receiving Your Tickets
• If available Cardinals Vs Dodgers tickets can be downloaded straight to your computer.
• You can pick up your tickets at one of our three locations (Downtown, Calabasas, Costa Mesa).
• Your tickets can be Federal Expressed to you.
Dodger Stadium Address and Box Office are located at:
1000 Elysian Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Dodger Stadium Seating Chart
Click on here for the Dodger Stadium Seating Chart. This is designed to assist you in finding the seats you want, or locating the Dodger Stadium seats you already have.
Feel free to call us regarding any questions you have about your tickets on our Dodger Stadium Seating chart.
Dodgers Vs Cardinals History:
The Dodgers and Cardinals are two of the most historic teams in the National League and both clubs have a rich postseason history. Since baseball expanded to divisional play in 1969 they've met three times in the postseason, 1985, 2004 and 2009. Back when there were no divisions and an all out battle for the pennant and World Series berth the two clubs had many a battle for the NL pennant, several years going down to the wire. Back in the 1940's when the Dodgers weren't representing the NL in the World Series (typically versus the Yankees) the Cardinals were. These 1940's Cardinal clubs included baseball greats such as a young Stan Musial, Enos Slaughter, and Marty Marion. The regularly battled with Dodgers clubs that included the likes of Pee Wee Reese, Pete Reiser, Carl Furillo, and Ralph Branca.
The first postseason Cardinal versus Dodgers matchup was in 1985 when the Ozzie Smith and Willie McGee led Cardinals knocked off the Dodgers 4-2. The Cardinals would go on to lose the "I-70" Series to their instate rivals the Kansas City Royals, with the Royals helped by the famous blown call at first base by umpire Don Denkinger. The two clubs would not meet again in the postseason until 2004 when the Cardinals defeated the Dodgers 3-1 in the NL Division Series. The Cardinals would go on to famously lose to the Boston Red Sox in the 2004 World Series, the Sox first World Series title since 1919. The last postseason matchup was in 2009 when the Dodgers defeated the Cardinals 3-0 in the division series behind a dominating performance by the Dodgers pitching staff. The Dodgers gave up only six runs in the three game series. In all the two clubs have 88 players in the Hall of Fame, 46 former Dodgers and 42 former Cardinals.
By: Chris Cabrera