The Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants were both established in 1883. To date, the Dodgers have won six MLB World Series Titles and the Giants have won five. Originally based in Brooklyn, the Los Angeles Dodgers moved to California in 1958 and began playing their home games at Dodger Stadium in 1961. The Giants only began playing their home games at the AT&T Park since 2002. Now you can order your Dodgers vs. Giants tickets through our site by selecting the game you would like to attend and clicking "view tickets".
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Here comes the Thunder as the Giants come into town to face the Dodgers :
It's fitting that the Dodgers and the Giants kicked off the 2013 MLB season with a three-game series at Dodger Stadium. The two franchises are forever linked since the New York days and their joint move west in 1959. The rivalry between the two clubs is considered by many to be the greatest in all of baseball, and it's gotten even more heated in the past few years with the Giants winning two of the past three World Series titles. With the national experts virtually split down the middle on who will win the NL west in 2013 this year's season series will be a must watch.
Entering the 2013 season the Dodgers and Giants have played over 2300 times with the Giants holding a slight series advantage (by only twenty four victories). The two clubs played their first ever game way back in 1898. Since 1901 the Dodgers and Giants have played more head-to-head games than any other two teams in the history of Major League Baseball and if ranked by all time wins in the history of baseball the Giants are number one and the Dodgers are third (Cubs are second). It's one incredible rivalry that will only get more intense this season.
It's clearly a new era at Chavez Ravine. The Dodgers have invested heavily in building a team of stars around their existing superstars, Matt Kemp and Clayton Kershaw. With the signings of Zach Grienke and Hyun-Jin Ryu and the acquisition of Josh Beckett via trade the Dodgers have shored up their starting pitching. Kershaw is arguably the Dodgers most talented starting pitcher since Sandy Koufax and he's still only twenty-five years old. If Kershaw can continue his dominance and Zach Grienke can regain the form that's won him Cy Young's in the past the Dodgers may have a 1-2 combo to rival anything the Giants can run out onto the field. Offensively with a healthy Carl Crawford and full season from Hanley Ramirez and Adrian Gonzales they should significantly improve their offensive consistency from last season.
The Giants mini-dynasty over the past three years is built on a foundation that's made many baseball teams great over the years: strong starting pitching, a solid defense, a good bullpen and timely hitting. The Giants ace, Matt Cain, has quietly turned into one of the most dominant pitchers in baseball, winning sixteen games last season with an outstanding 2.79 ERA. He's been an absolute workhorse during his eight seasons in San Francisco, starting at least thirty-two games every year. In Madison Bumgarner the Giants have an elite young lefthander who won sixteen games last season at the age of twenty-three. If former Cy Young winner Tim Lincecum can recapture the dominance he showed prior to last season the Giants rotation could be the best in baseball. Lincecum was extremely effective as a reliever in last year's playoffs and may have regained the confidence that made him a superstar. Barry Zito has a solid season last year with a good playoff run and should be a more than adequate fourth starter. The Giants have a deep bullpen with a good closer in Sergio Romo. Offensively the best way to describe the Giants is that they just get it done. Buster Posey may be the best all-around catcher in baseball and in Pablo Sandoval and Hunter Pence the Giants have a clutch middle of the lineup.
In all the Dodgers and Giants will face each other nineteen times during the regular season.
By Chris Michaels!