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Ordering your Dodgers Tickets is as easy as 1, 2, 3 even just minutes before the game starts! All tickets can be E-Downloaded, Fed Ex'ed or even picked up at our office next to the Staples Center.
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 convenience. 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.
The Dodgers vs Cardinals NLDS will kick off on Friday October 3rd at Dodger Stadium with the highly anticipated pitching matchup of Clayton Kershaw versus Adam Wainwright. Kershaw is the best pitcher in all of major league baseball while Wainwright is arguably the second best pitcher in the National League. Clayton ended the regular season with a 21-3 record with a 1.77 era while Wainwright ended 20-9 with a 2.38 era.
The two hurlers dueled in last season's playoffs, with Wainwright getting the best of Kershaw. The loss to the Cardinals is one of a few minor blips on a remarkable resume that Kershaw has built during his young career. The lefthander is in line to win is third Cy Young Award in four seasons, and is the odds on favorite to win the National League MVP. This season Kershaw finished 21-3 with an incredible 1.77 ERA, putting up numbers that rival the great Sandy Koufax. After achieving a career worth of individual awards, Kershaw now sets his sights on postseason dominance. Both Kershaw and Wainwright will have more than ten days rest when they take the mound.
Game two on Saturday October 4th at 6:30pm and will most likely feature Zack Greinke pitching facing off against Lance Lynn for the Cards who went 15-10 with a 2.74 era. Lynn last pitched against the Dodgers on July 18th and walked off the mound with a W. Yasiel Pug ended the season with a .667 batting average against Lance where he went three at bats, two hits and got two runs off the righty.
With their aces pitching the first two games it's important the Dodgers jump out to a fast start in the short, five game series. With Hyun-Jin Ryu still returning from injury and not likely to start, the Dodgers will likely start Dan Haren in game three of the series in St. Louis on Monday night. The big question is whether or not skipper Don Mattingly will start Clayton Kershaw on three day's rest in game four in St. Louis if needed. Kershaw ended the regular season with an 11-1 record for away games. Mattingly's decision will likely hinge on how well the Dodgers do in the opening three games of the series. Kershaw started on three day's rest a year ago versus the Cardinals and didn't pitch well, giving up seven earned runs in just four innings pitched.
Barry's Ticket Office is located 3.7 Miles from Dodger Stadium
Located minutes from the Dodger Stadium Barry's Tickets has been the go to ticket broker for all LA Dodgers Tickets for over 30 years. Fast, easy and convenient for picking up or purchasing Tickets even after the game starts.
Barry's Tickets Los Angeles office is open from 9am - 9pm seven days a week inside the Luxe Hotel.
1020 S. Figueroa Los Angeles,CA 90015