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The Los Angeles Dodgers were established in 1883 and the Boston Red Sox were established in 1901. To date, the Dodgers have won six MLB World Series Titles and the Red Sox have won seven. 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 Red Sox have been hosting their home games at Fenway Park since 1912. Now you can order your Dodgers vs. Red Sox tickets through our site by selecting the game you would like to attend and clicking "view tickets".

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Dodger Stadium Address
Dodger Stadium Address is
1000 Elysian Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012

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Dodgers Vs Red Sox:
Due to the massive trade that brought Carl Crawford, Josh Beckett and Adrian Gonzalez to LA this past season the Red Sox and Dodgers will be inextricably linked over the next several seasons. The nine-player deal included the movement of nearly a quarter of a billion dollar in salaries. For the Red Sox the trade was an opportunity to move some Beckett and Crawford, who weren't working out in Beantown. For the Dodgers the trade was the opportunity to dramatically reshape their roster. It was also a clear sign to the fans from the new ownership group that the Dodgers want to win now.

When the Red Sox visit LA to take on the Dodgers in an interleague matchup in late August the massive trade will surely receive wall-to-wall coverage on the major sports networks. Ironically the two teams will meet August 23-25, nearly a year to the day from the big trade.

The move made sense for the Dodgers then and continues to make sense. In Adrian Gonzalez the Dodgers acquired one of the top ten hitters in baseball and a perennial gold glove candidate. Things did not work out in Boston for Carl Crawford, but if healthy he's one of the elite leadoff hitters in baseball. If Crawford can fully recover from shoulder surgery and regain the form he showed as a member of the Tampa Rays just two season ago the trade will be an absolute steal. The Dodgers also acquired veteran pitcher Josh Beckett and veteran utility infielder Nick Punto. It didn't end well in Boston for Josh Beckett, but he's been tremendous in the postseason throughout his career and should be an ideal fourth starter for the Dodgers. Gonzalez and Crawford will team with Matt Kemp, Hanley Ramirez and Andre Ethier to form one of the most dangerous lineups in baseball. Beckett? He'll be a nice addition to the starting rotation led by superstar Clayton Kershaw.

The AL East standings could be turned completely upside down this season with many experts picking the Red Sox to finish last in the brutal AL East. The Red Sox still boast some big names in their lineup, unfortunately through age and injuries they have quite a few question marks. David Ortiz may finally be reaching a point where his production suffers. Jacoby Ellsbury is one of the most exciting young players in baseball but has difficulty staying healthy. Dustin Pedroia is the consummate team leader and should give the Red Sox his usual production from the second spot in the order. Once you move past Pedroia though the Red Sox are relying on Daniel Nava, Jared Saltalamacchia, Will Middlebrooks, Mike Napoli, Shane Victorino and Jackie Bradley for production. It's a lineup that's a far cry from the great Sox batting orders of recent history. Pitching-wise the Red Sox still have the outstanding Jon Lester and solid Clay Buchholz at the top of the rotation. Past those two and there's little to get excited about for Red Sox fans. Ryan Dempster, Felix Doubront and perennial Red Sox whipping boy John Lackey round out the rotation. The Red Sox bullpen will remain a question mark until Andrew Bailey shows he's fully returned from injury. By: Chris Cabrera


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