Barry’s Ticket Service
1020 S. Figueroa Los Angeles,CA 90015
Mon-Sun 9am - 9pm
Dodgers Vs Marlins 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.
Dodgers Vs Marlins May 13th is Yasiel Puig Bobblehead Night at Dodger Stadium
May 13th 2014 at Dodger Stadium is Yasiel Puig Bobblehead Night. Yasiel Puig Bobbleheads are given out to the first 50,000 in attendance or while supplies last. You must have a Dodgers Vs Marlins ticket for May 13th and one will be given to you upon entering Dodger Stadium.
Dodgers Vs Marlins
After spending big in free agency leading into the 2012 season, and the opening of a new park, the Miami Marlins had a disappointing season that resulted in a fire sale and the dealing of the vast majority of their veteran roster. The depleted Marlins roster lost 100 games in 2014, and made limited moves in the 2014 offseason. The Marlins are led by two of the elite young talents in major league baseball in slugger Giancarlo Stanton and right-handed pitcher Jose Fernandez. Stanton, from Southern California, hit 24 home runs in 2013, thirteen fewer than in 2012. The big slugger, known for his tape-measure shots, has been rumored as a potential Dodgers target when he enters free agency after the 2016 season.
Fernandez, a Cuban refugee, put together one of the best rookie seasons for a starting pitcher in years in 2013. Fernandez won 12 games with a 2.19 ERA, striking out 187 in 172 innings pitched. Fernandez edged out Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig in the National League Rookie of the Year voting, and finished third in the National League Cy Young voting. The Dodgers bullpen is led by a capable closer in Steve Cishek, who saved 34 games and posted a 2.33 ERA in 2013. Cishek, who'll be arbitration eligible in each of the next two seasons may be a mid-season trade target for a contender if the Marlins decide to continue their small payroll tendencies. Young starters Henderson Alvarez, Nate Eovaldi and Jacob Turner have solid upside potential and with Fernandez could give the Marlins one of the better young rotations in baseball.
The Marlins did make a few moves in the offseason, namely signing catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia from the Boston Red Sox, and Garrett Jones to play first base. Neither of the signings can be classified as major moves but both have the potential to improve the Marlins dreadful batting lineup.