The Los Angeles Dodgers were established in 1883 and the New York Mets were founded in 1962. To date, the Dodgers have won six MLB World Series Titles and the Mets have won two. 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 Mets only began playing their home games at Citi Field in 2009, and before that played at Shea Stadium for the majority of the teams history. Now you can order your Dodgers vs. Mets tickets through our site by selecting the game you would like to attend and clicking "view tickets".
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Dodger Stadium Address and Box Office are located at:
1000 Elysian Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Dodger Stadium Seating Chart
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Dodgers Vs Mets History:
The Dodgers and Mets have had some spirited battles over the years, with both clubs making several deep playoff runs over the past twenty years. The two clubs have had a bit of a kindred connection due to the fact the Mets were essentially an expansion team that was created to help fill the void left by the Giants and Dodgers leaving New York in 1958 for the West Coast. An interesting Mets fact that relates to the Dodgers is that their blue and orange uniforms are based on the two primary colors of the Mets and Giants. Although the Mets have always been based in Queen's they captured the support of many fans who were Brooklyn Dodgers supporters but couldn't imagine themselves going over to support the hated Yankees. The original Mets manager was Casey Stengel, a former Dodger player and manager and one of the most colorful characters in baseball history. Over the years a Dodgers visit to New York, and vice versa, has always brought a tremendous amount of fan interest from the fans that grew up watching the Dodgers in New York and the transplanted New Yorkers in Southern California.
The Dodgers and Mets have met twice in the postseason. In 1988 the Dodgers defeated the Mets four games to three behind a dominant shutout performance by Orel Hershiser in the deciding game. 1988 was the year that Hershiser broke the all-time record for consecutive scoreless innings in a season with 59. The Dodgers would go on to win the World Series in 1988, propelled by Kirk Gibson's famous home run off of A's closer Dennis Eckersley. In 2006 the Mets would return the favor and defeat the Dodgers 3-0 in the Division Championship series.
Several notable players have played for both the Mets and Dodgers including Mike Piazza, Todd Zeile, Daryll Strawberry, Duke Snider, Hideo Nomo, Roger McDowell, Ramon Martinez and Pedro Martinez, Gil Hodges and Orel Hershiser.
By: Chris Cabrera