Guarantee to be Authentic and Delivered on time without any service fees. The 2014 season begins with Opening Day against the San Francisco Giants and Dodgers pitching ace Clayton Kershaw will be on the mound. You can purchase Opening Day Tickets and all other Dodgers Vs Giants games now.
Barry’s Ticket Service
1020 S. Figueroa Los Angeles,CA 90015
Mon-Sun 9am - 9pm
Dodgers Vs Giants Tickets Ordering and Receiving:
Online: You can order tickets online 24 hours a day even up until close to game time. Your tickets can be e-downloaded by at your connivance. We also offer Federal Express and Pick Up at our office as well.
Phone: You can call our office between 9am - 9pm and speak with a rep who has been to Dodger Stadium and can help you decide where the best seats for your budget are if you need help. Your tickets can be downloaded by you, Federal Expressed or Picked up by you even if you're on the way to the stadium.
Walk In: With an office only 4 miles from Dodger Stadium you can stop in to our office and order tickets even up until game time. You can pick up your tickets at the same time.
Dodger Stadium Address
Dodger Stadium Address is
1000 Elysian Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Dodgers Vs Giants Opening Day April 4th
The 2014 Dodgers MLB Season at Dodger Stadium Opening Day is agianst their Rivals the SF Giants. Dodgers Ace Clayton Kershaw will be on the mound. Opening day gametime is
at 1:00pm so with Los Angeles traffic and a sold out game you might want to leave early.
Dodgers Vs Giants
While the Dodgers vs. Diamondbacks rivalry has received major attention in recent years the chief Dodgers rival will always be the San Francisco Giants. The two teams are forever linked due to their combined New York City origins and the fact that both franchises moved west together in 1958. While the Dodgers dominated the 60s, 70's and 80s, the Giants have won two of the past four World Series titles. After winning the seventh championship in franchise history in 2012, the Giants had a down season in 2013, continuing their pattern of have down seasons in odd numbered years.
Heading into the 2014 season the Giants are banking on improvement from last year's roster, with outfielder Michael Morse the only real addition to the team. One key for the Giants is finding a way to better manage the health of star catcher Buster Posey. The Giants best player battled nagging injuries again and had a tough second half of the season, posting numbers well below those of his 2012 MVP season. The Giants plan to give Posey more rest this season in hopes that his overall production won't hit a dip in the second half of the season.
There is the potential for more production out of the Giants existing lineup. Hunter Pence is a consistent producers in the middle of the lineup while young first baseman Brandon Belt started to produce numbers that match his potential in 2013. The Giants should expect even better production this coming season. Pablo Sandoval had a strong 2013 and is in a contract year in 2014. If he can stay in shape and produce big numbers he's due for a big contract.
The Giants rotation will continue to be their strength. Even in a down year they produced the third best rotation ERA in the NL last season. Matt Cain is a proven superstar and Madison Bumgarner is an elite lefthander who produced a 2.77 ERA last season. At the back of the rotation the Giants signed veteran Tim Hudson to couple with former Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum. If the Giants can get solid innings out of both their rotation should once again be one of the best in the NL.
Order your Dodgers Vs Giants tickets are available for their April, May and September games at Dodger Stadium.-