The Los Angeles Dodgers finished last season with a 94-68 record although they we knocked out in the NL Division round by St Louis Cardinals the Dodger Nation was still there to support their boys in blue on a nightly bases at Dodger Stadium as it ranked first in attendance with 3, 782,337 fans going to the Stadium.
Dodger Tickets Prices
The cheapest Dodgers tickets last season were $2.00 per ticket while the most expensive Dodgers tickets were in the Dugout Club at $2,250.00 per ticket. Throughout the regular season the average price of Dodgers tickets on the secondary market was $19.00 on the low end and $95.00 on the high end.
Here is a guide to the 2015 Dodgers Ticket Prices for their Home Games at Dodger Stadium, Opponent and one of the most important factors the Promotion or Giveaway for that night.
ANGELS Vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $17.00 | Low Price $14.00
Although no giveaways or promotions when the Angels come to Dodger Stadium this season the cross town rivalry can keep Angels vs Dodgers ticket prices on the higher side still the average price per ticket is cheaper for Dodger Stadium games than the $40.00 per ticket average to see them play at Angel Stadium.
ATHLETICS Vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $29.00 | Low Price $8.00
The Dodgers vs Athletics Wednesday July 29th game will feature a bobblehead giveaway so prices for that game could end up being a bit higher than for the Tuesday the 28th. .
BRAVES Vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $33.00 | Low Price $12.00
Dodgers vs Braves ticket prices for their May 25th and May 27th games at Dodger Stadium will be higher due to the promotional giveaway of the Dodgers Garden Gnome on the 25th, and Coaster Set on the 27th. Braves vs Dodgers on giveaway nights average ticket price is $37.00.
BREWERS Vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $31.00 | Low Price $11.00
Last season the Dodgers only won once in the six times they played. The Saturday night game on July 11th is Bobblehead night #5 while the Sunday game on July 12th is Kid’s Hamper giveaway.
CARDINALS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $30.00 | Low Price $15.00
The Dodgers vs Cardinals games will see three giveaway nights at Dodger Stadium in the four games played. The June 4th Bobblehead #3 giveaway and June 6th Kids Cereal Bowl will both be big games.
CUBS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $32.00 | Low Price $22.00
When the Cubs come to Dodger Stadium in August two of the games will be promotional nights with the Aug 29th game being Collectors Pin for Cy Young winner Orel Hershiser. Dodgers vs Cubs ticket prices will be higher because the Cubs only play three times in LA, the games are on the weekend as well as two being giveaway nights.
D-BACKS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $25.00 | Low Price $10.00
The Diamondbacks and Dodgers will play ten times at Dodger Stadium with five o f the games being giveaway nights including the last bobblehead giveaway night on Sept 24th, Sleeved Blanket, Dodgers Tote Bag, T-Shirt giveaway and Yasiel Puig Replica Jersey giveaway. DBacks vs Dodgers ticket prices tend to be higher on the giveaway and promotional nights Average ticket price is $36.00 per ticket and Low Price is $14.00 per ticket on average.
GIANTS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $47.00 | Low Price $20.00
Besides winning the World Series the Giants vs Dodgers ticket prices have always been on the high side do to the rivalry. The 2013 average ticket price for a Giants vs Dodgers game at Dodger Stadium was the lowest in years at $24.00 per ticket. If you went to see them play at AT&T Park the average ticket price $74.00. The Giveaway nights which include Cy Young Collectors Pin of Don Drysdale, Fleece Blanket, Fathers Day BBQ and Bobblehead number #8 will have a higher average ticket price and higher low end price by 10 to 20% depending on the game.
MARINERS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $45.00 | Low Price $14.00
There will be much stronger demand for the Mariners vs Dodgers tickets on the April 15th Wednesday night game will have due to the Adult Jackie Robinson Replica Jersey giveaway night. Low end ticket prices can start around $20.00 per ticket.
MARLINS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $20.00 | Low Price $10.00
The Marlins vs Dodgers game on May 12th will feature the first bobblehead giveaway night of the 2015 regular season. Once announced the lower end ticket price can raise as much as 110% percent to around $20 per ticket and average ticket price for that game is $39.00 per ticket.
METS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $31.00 | Low Price $15.00
The July 4th game between the Mets and Dodgers will have a higher low end price due to the game being on a Saturday Night as well as July 4th and a fireworks show. The lower price can run for that game can start around $27.00 per ticket.
NATIONALS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $29.00 | Low Price $15.00
The Nationals vs Dodgers ticket prices for the August 8th game will tend to have a higher “get in” price of $17.00 and average ticket price of $32.00 due to the Fernando Valenzuela Cy Young Collectors pin giveaway.
PADRES vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $29.00 | Low Price $15.00
The Padres vs Dodgers ticket prices for the April 6th game which is the Dodgers Opening Day game for the 2015 regular season will have a higher average ticket price range from as well as a higher “Get In” lower end price due to the demand for Opening Day Tickets. The lower price range for the other four promotional giveaway games which include Replica Dodgers Pullover Jacket, Bobblehead #2 and closing day of the regular season which is fan appreciation day can average $21.00.
PHILLIES vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $42.00 | Low Price $17.00
The Phillies vs Dodgers ticket prices for the July 6th game which is bobblehead giveaway #4 can have a higher “Get In” price of $20.00 per ticket as well as the July 8th Hello Kitty Plush giveaway away night. The Hello Kitty giveaway nights are one of the strongest promotional nights year to year at Dodger Stadium.
PIRATES vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $25.00 | Low Price $14.00
The Pirates vs Dodgers ticket prices will be higher on average for their Saturday September 19th game by about 20% due to being late in the season as well as a weekend game. The September 20th game is honoring Clayton Kershaw and attendees will receive a Cy Young Collectors Pin. Both the average price and get in price for this game will be about 20-30% higher than normal and if Clayton is pitching on that day price averages can go higher.
RANGERS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $25.00 | Low Price $12.00
The Rangers vs Dodgers game on Thursday June 18th will be slightly higher than the June 17th game do t the Collectors Cy Young Pin for honoring Dodgers Mike Marshall. Lower end Get Ins for that game can start about $17.00 per ticket.
REDS vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $34.00 | Low Price $13.00
The Reds vs Dodgers ticket prices will vary for each game due to the promotional giveaway and being played on a weekend. The Aug 13th Thursday is bobblehead #7 giveaway and ticket prices can start around $20.00 per ticket. The Saturday night game can start around $14.00 per ticket and the Sunday game is a promotional giveaway and possible day game can start around $15.00 per ticket.
ROCKIES vs DODGERS
Avg Price: $45.00 | Low Price $13.00
The Rockies vs Dodgers ticket prices can fluctuate 30% or more on both the average price range and low end get in the door price range depending on the giveaway night or weekend game. While the April 17th game can have $10.00 to $11.00 “Get in” price the May 14th game honoring Sandy Koufax can average $14.00 Get In the door price and the May 16th Rockies vs Dodgers game attendees receive a 1965 World Series Replica ring bringing the average lower end Get In up to $26.00 per ticket.
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It was another successful weekend in Phoenix for the Los Angeles Dodgers, who ran their record versus the Arizona Diamondbacks to a perfect 5-0. The victory gave the Dodgers a 9-4 record and first place in the National League West. The loss sent the reeling Diamondbacks to 4-11 and last place in the division. For a season that started with big expectations, the Diamondbacks have the look of a potential 90 loss team. With the San Francisco Giants having the look of contenders once again the Diamondbacks will face an uphill battle in the division. The Diamondbacks have the New York Mets coming into town, with three must-win games before they head back to Los Angeles to face the Dodgers in a critical weekend series. If the Diamondbacks struggles, continue manager Kirk Gibson may find himself on the hot seat.
The three-game sweep was marked by solid pitching by the Dodgers, specifically Hyun-Jin Ryu, and an offensive tear by first baseman Adrian Gonzalez. The Dodgers first baseman hit another home run on Sunday, a tape measure shot, giving him five on the season. Gonzalez has now hit twenty-seven home runs at Chase Field, tops among visiting players. Gonzalez, in a performance that will surely win him National League Player of the Week, hit three home runs and drove in ten during the weekend series. The Dodgers outscored the Diamondbacks 22-11 over the three-game series.
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The Dodgers roughed up the Diamondbacks pitching staff, a common occurrence this season. After losing Patrick Corbin to Tommy John surgery during spring training the Diamondbacks are moving forward without their ace. Fellow starters Wade Miley and Trevor Cahill have been pedestrian at best, leaving a huge hole in the Diamondbacks rotation. The Diamondbacks pitching struggles are confounded by the fact that they traded young left-hander Tyler Skaggs to the Los Angeles Angels as part of the Mark Trumbo trade. A move designed to add power to the roster, Trumbo’s acquisition came at a high cost. The Diamondbacks traded two of their top three prospects, Adam Eaton and Skaggs for Trumbo. The big power hitter had a strong start to the season before cooling off over the weekend. He has tremendous power numbers but is a marginal player at best on defense. Eaton is off to a strong start in Chicago, hitting .354 with nine runs batted in, while Skaggs has put together two solid starts with the Angels, giving up just four earned runs in fifteen innings pitched. Arizona then traded third base prospect, Matt Davidson, off to a strong start in Chicago, for White Sox closer Addison Reed. Reed is a solid young closer, but in the long run giving up Davidson may turn out to be a mistake.
The moves were predicated on the belief that the Diamondbacks are a contender this season, a belief held by GM Kevin Towers and the rest of the Diamondbacks front office. The truth is the Diamondbacks are at best a .500 team (which they have been each of the past two seasons), who just lost their top starting pitcher. With an inconsistent batting lineup, a middle-of-the-road starting rotation and a league average at best bullpen the Diamondbacks could be in for a long season. This past weekend was another reminder of the uphill battle the club continues to face in Phoenix. The weekend crowds were large, but that included a massive number of Dodgers fans. Judging by the applause of the fans it is hard to tell at times who the home team was.
Arizona will head to Los Angeles next weekend needing to turn things around versus the Dodgers. Arizona had their way with the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium in 2013, largely due to the performance of slugger Paul Goldschmidt. Since then the series has been extremely one-sided. If the Dodgers manage another convincing series win next weekend you have to wonder if manager Kirk Gibson could be on the hot seat.
Two games in and the Los Angeles Dodgers couldn’t have asked for a better start. Traveling to Australia without Zack Greinke, Carl Crawford and Matt Kemp they outpitched the division rival Diamondbacks for two games to start the season 2-0. Even though the games were played in Australia they were technically “home” games for the Diamondbacks, giving the Dodgers two key road victories versus their fierce rivals. Clayton Kershaw was solid as usual in the first game, while Hyun-Jin Ryu threw five shutout innings in the second game. The Dodgers bats woke up in game two, scoring seven runs behind solid hitting performances from Yasiel Puig, Dee Gordon, Andre Ethier and Juan Uribe. The four players combined to go 9 for 18 and drive in five runs. Upon returning home the Dodgers have the annual Freeway Series with the Angels before they kick off the regular season on Sunday night in San Diego. You can purchase Dodgers Tickets for as low as $3.00 per ticket.
Just when it seems things couldn’t be better in the Dodgers camp controversy surrounding Yasiel Puig has started up again, after just two games. After a tough spring and an 0-fer in the first game in Australia, Puig went 3-5 in the second game, driving in two runs. At the plate he looked like the same player that tore up June, July and August last season. In classic Puig fashion the controversy came in the game where he registered three hits. While Puig looked locked-in at the plate he was an absolute disaster on the base paths, making two big base running errors that led to outs, one killing a potential larger Dodger scoring outburst. The second base-running error led to what was described as an intense discussion with Dodgers veteran first baseman Adrian Gonzalez. Later on, during his last at bat, Puig swung and missed at a pitch and seemed flung his bat as though injured, prompting Manager Don Mattingly to question whether or not he was actually injured. Puig’s penchant for feigning an injury after a swing and miss, combined with his wild base-running is indicative of what Yahoo! Sports has referred to as his “maddening duality”. When engaged and playing error free baseball Puig is a potential superstar with Bo Jackson type athletic ability. During his rookie season the novelty of Puig helped energize and inspire the team. This season, one where the Dodgers have major expectations, his act may be wearing a little thin.
So what to do with Puig? At a certain point will his antics outweigh his contribution on the field? The answer is likely no, or at least a bit more nuanced than many media members would insist. If Puig is hitting, like last season, he most likely has a spot in the lineup. The added element that wasn’t present last season though is the potential return of Matt Kemp. Kemp’s season-long injury issues coincided with the arrival and success of Puig. With the Dodger start center-fielder potentially returning soon the Dodgers have a full outfield of Kemp, Puig, Andre Ethier and Carl Crawford. If Kemp returns and produces, and Ethier continues to hit like he did in spring training, Mattingly will have a choice in who he inserts in the lineup. If Puig’s production suffers he just may find himself coming off the bench a bit more than expected. Chris Michaels.
The Dodgers return to on April 4th for a three game series against the San Francisco Giants starting with their Home Opener on April 4th, Robin Thicke singing on April 5th and Kids Yasiel Puig Fathead for the Sunday 5:00pm game. You can purchase Dodgers Vs Giants Tickets today.
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After a double-header that saw the Dodgers compete in split squad games versus the San Diego Padres and the Chicago White Sox the team is off for the long trip to Australia for next weekend’s season opening two-game series versus the Arizona Diamondbacks. With the early opener just a week away, here are some Dodgers notes.
For the past several years Major League Baseball has worked hard to advance the interest in baseball around the globe. This includes kicking off the regular season with games in Mexico and Japan. This coming season the league will extend their outreach with the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks kicking off the 2014 regular season in Sydney, Australia.
The decision to start the season in Australia has found quite a bit of support but also a significant amount of opposition from the two teams fan bases. The Dodgers and Diamondbacks will be loyal to the MLB cause and probably won’t complain too much, but traveling over 7000 miles to kick off the regular season could have obvious impact on the club’s ability to acclimate upon their return, due to the obvious jet lag. Like in years past MLB will give the clubs adequate time to recover before they set off to play the bulk of their regular season schedule. The two clubs will leave spring training early and then play a two game weekend series in Sydney, March 22-23. The Dodgers will then have a full week off to recover prior to heading down to San Diego to kick off the domestic portion of their schedule on March 31. The early game will give the Dodgers a slightly shorter Spring Training as in years past. The good thing for Dodgers fans is that both games in Australia will be Diamondback home games, giving Los Angeles the full 81 game schedule at Dodger Stadium for the upcoming season. It will also protect the Dodgers traditional home opener, which will take place Friday, April 4th versus their longtime rival San Francisco Giants.
Australia has long been and up and coming market for baseball talent with many current and former players from down under including former Dodgers Craig Shipley, Jeff Williams and Trent Oeltjen. Australian fans will get the opportunity to see what is quickly becoming one of the hottest rivalries in all of baseball. Although the Diamondbacks finished a distant second to the Dodgers last season the rivalry was amped up with a bench clearing brawl this past June. A massive fight ensued after Dodgers ace Zack Grienke was hit by a pitch. The two teams continued their war or words all season with several Diamondback players taking umbrage with the playing style of Yasiel Puig. The distaste between the two teams was amped up even more when the Dodgers clinched the divisional title in Phoenix and proceeded to celebrate in the pool Arizona has behind the right field fence. Beyond the dislike the clubs have for each other is the fact that they’ll be competing for the division title again this season and the two opening games in Australia can help set the tone of the coming regular season. The Dodgers will likely start with Clayton Kershaw and Zack Grienke on the mound, giving Aussie fans a glimpse of perhaps the best one-two rotation combination in baseball. If Los Angeles can sweep the two games down under they’ll have two road victories versus Arizona and an instant leg up in the division.
The Dodgers open the 2014 MLB Season at Dodger Stadium on April 4th against the SF Giants! You can purchase Dodgers Opening Day Tickets Now.