The 2014 Dodgers look to finish what they started in 2013! With a monster roster including Yasiel Puig, Carl Crawford, Andre Either, Matt Kemp, Adrian Gonzalez, Hanely Ramierz, Zack Greinke, Josh Beckett, Brian Wilson and of course Clayton Kershaw the Boy’s in Blue look to bring the World Series Trophy back to Los Angeles!
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The Dodgers have a great schedule coming up including the San Francisco Giants, Miami Marlins (with Yasiel Puig Bobblehead Night), Cincinnati Reds (with Hyun-Jin Ryu Bobblehead Night), Pittsburgh Pirates, St Louis Cardinals (with Fan Vote Bobblehead & Kids Adrian Gonzalez Replica Jersey) and much more. You can view all 2014 Dodgers Giveaways and Promotional Nights here.
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No matter if you only bleed certain team colors or just a avid sports fan in Los Angeles you can’t beat this time of year with the Clippers and Kings about to be in the playoffs, the Lakers still have some great playoff teams coming in, the Dodgers about to start their 2014 season at Dodger Stadium and the Galaxy and Chivas USA filling your soccer fix before the CUP. Here is a look at what’s coming up for LA Sports Teams around So Cal!Clippers Tickets – With just five games left at the Staples Center and the 5.5 games back from the Spurs the Clippers look like they could hold home court for the first round of the playoffs if they can hold off the Rockets. The Clippers face the Mavs 4/3, Battle for LA against the Lakers on 4/6, a must win against the Thunder on 4/8 and the Kings 4/12 followed by the last game of the regular season 4/15 against the Nuggets. Clippers Tickets are available for all these games as well as the Playoffs. Lakers Tickets – Although out of the playoffs this year the Lakers have seven games left at the Staples Center which include some playoff bound teams including the Blazers 4/1, Mavericks 4/5, Grizzlies 4/13 Warriors 4/11 and the return one more time of Dwight Howard and the Rockets on April 8th. The Lakers could end up helping out the Clippers with wins against Houston, Portland and Golden State or could end up with a better lottery pick if they lose. Kings Tickets– With a shoot out win against the Caps last night the Kings remain 5 points in front of the Wild. LA has just four home games left at the Staples Center in the regular season the Kings cant let up and coast into the playoffs. The Winnipeg Jets fly into LA on 3/29, followed by the Minnesota Wild 3/31 (Stick up for animal rights night), Phoenix Coyotes 4/2 (season ticket member appreciation night) and end their season against their rival Anaheim Ducks (team photo giveaway
night) 4/12 at 7:30pm at the Staples Center. Dodgers Tickets – With the Dodgers 2014 season looking to pick up where they left off last year coming back from down under with two wins notched in their belt already. They play the Angels at Dodger Stadium in two exhibition games March 27th & 28th then their Opening Day weekend starts off against the San Francisco Giants on April 4th Opening Day, Robin Thicke performs April 5th, and Yasiel Puig Kids Fathead on April 6th. 2013 Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers follow up by coming to Dodger Stadium on April 8th and 9th and with tickets starting as low as $6.00 it’s a great way to see the 2013 MVP for cheap. LA Galax Ticketsy – Landon Donovan Omar Gonzalez and the rest of the LA Galaxy have a light schedule in April and May at the Stubhub Center. On Saturday April 12th the Vancouver Whitecaps come into Carson to play the Galaxy in this MLS regular season game followed by FC Dallas the next month May 21st. Chivas USA and the Galaxy meet at the Center June 8th. In July the Galaxy have three home games which include July 4th against the Portland Timbers, July 12th Real Salt Lake and July 16th the New England Revolution. Chivas USA Tickets – Chivas USA has a busy upcoming schedule at the Stubhub center for those who need to get their soccer fix before the World Cup begins. On April 6th the LA Galaxy and Chivas meet up at 12:00pm at the Center in this Chivas USA home game followed by the Seattle Sounders on April 19th at 7:30pm. The month of May sees the Houston Dynamo on May 3rd, Portland Timbers on May 28th and the Phiadelphia Union ending out the month on May 31st.
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The Dodgers take on the Angels at Dodger Stadium every year for the last two home games of their preseason called The Freeway Series. Reserve Level Tickets can start at just $5.00 per ticket but depending on how many tickets are left they can drop down to $3.00. There isn’t any other sporting event in Los Angeles where you can go and enjoy a night or day out for 3-4 hours for just $3.00 per ticket and see super stars like Karl Crawford, Clayton Kershaw, Yasiel Puig and more.
Dodgers Opening Day: Dodgers Vs Giants Tickets
Generally Dodgers Opening Day is the most expensive tickets for the regular season and playing their rivals like the Giants makes it even stronger of a game. Tickets can run from $90 for Top Deck Tickets, Right Field Pavilion all you can eat start at $120ish per ticket. Dodgers Field Box 21 can run $500.00.
Vs Giants regular season games are much cheaper. Reserve Levels can start as low as $5.00 per ticket. Field Box Tickets just $35 per ticket and all you can eat reserve tickets around $40 per ticket.Vs Braves Tickets start at $5.00
Reserve Level tickets start at $5 per game for a section 58. All you can eat pavilions around 35 per ticket and loges in-between $50 per ticket. The Dodgers play the Braves three times this year all weekdays but two of the nights are giveaways, one Vin Skully 65th anniversary and one 300 homerun bobblehead.
Vs Brewers Tickets start at $10
With Braun back the Brewers are expected to pick up where they left off last season as a playoff off contender. Reserve levels begin at $10 per ticket Outfield Field Boxes start at $30 per ticket. The Brewers are in town Friday August 15th, Sat August 16th and Sunday 1pm game August 17 which is also Kids Lunch Box giveaway.
Vs Cubs Tickets start at $10.00
Chicago has a strong fan base of transplants in the Los Angeles area so tickets for the Cubbies vs Dodgers tend to be a bit higher. Reserve levels start at about $10.00 per ticket, Pavilions $45 per ticket and top decks behind home plate $16 per. The Cubs are in town for only three games all are considered weekends (Friday, Sat and Sunday) one night Friday Night is a fireworks night.
The DBacks are in town for nine games at Dodger Stadium, all but one game have some sort of giveaway or special night including Welcome Mat, Father Day sports bag, Tommy Lasorda Bobblehead night, Headphone giveaway night and fireworks nights.Reserve level start at $6 per ticket, all you can eat around $30 per ticket, Loges at $16 per ticket and left field pavilion just $10 per ticket.
Vs Indians Tickets for Dodgers start as low as $3.00
The Indians are in town on a Monday, Tuesday and Wed this year with no real giveaways on any game. Dodgers Vs Indians tickets start at only $3.00 per ticket, right field pavilions $35 per ticket left field $10 per ticket. Dodgers Dugout seats are around $350.00 per ticket and great field box tickets only $90 per ticket.
Vs Marlins start at $6.00
The Dodgers go fishing for Marlins for three game series at Dodger stadium and only one game on May 13th is a giveaway night Yasiel Puig Bobblehead night. Reserve level and top deck both start at $6.00 per ticket, loges at $19 per ticket and field boxes $30 per ticket.
Vs Mets Start at $14.00
New York based teams tend to have a rather large strong LA fan base even the Mets who are only in town for three games this season Aug 22-24th and August is Matt Kemp Figurine night. Top Deck tickets behind home plate start at $14 per ticket while outfield reserves start at $16 per ticket.
Vs Nationals start at $6.00
The Nationals come into town Sept 1st – Sept 3rd with the game on Sept 2nd a Magic Johnson Bobblehead giveaway. Section 6TD and 58RS both begin at $6.00 per ticket, left field pavilion section 311 is just $13 per and loges in between the bases $50 per.
The Padres and Dodgers square off 10 times at Dodger Stadium with five of the games being giveaway games Hello Kitty, Pee Wee Reese, Zack Greinke Bobblehead, Babe Ruth Bobblehead and Portable Speaker night. On average Dodgers Padres start at $6.00 per ticket for both Top Deck and Field Box seats, Loges $20 per ticket and Field Boxes $20 per ticket.
Vs Phillies start at $6.00
The Phillies are another team with a strong following where ever they go. They come to LA for a four game series from April 21st – April 24th all weekdays with two giveaway nights a Fleece Blanket and Clayton Kershaw Bobblehead night. Tickets start as low as $6.00 per ticket mostly because all games are on weeknights. Field Boxes and Loges both start at $17 per ticket.
Vs Pirates start at $6.00
The Pirates play four games in Los Angeles Thursday through Sunday May 29th – June 1st with three nights being promotional ones Fan Vote T Shirt, Fireworks and Kids Batting helmets. Top Decks begin at $6.00 per ticket with field boxes at $20 per ticket.
Vs Reds start at $6.00
Only in town for three games May 26th – May 28 the Reds play on two promotional nights Memorial Day BBQ Apron and Hyun-Jin Ryu Bobble head night. Top Deck and Reserve levels start at $6.00 per ticket and go to around $20 per ticket. Behind home plate field boxes $78 to $115 per ticket.
There are nine games against the Rockies three in April, June and September including Fan Appreciation Day September 28th. Tickets for their Monday night game June 16th start at $6.00 per ticket while Friday Night Fireworks September 26th night starts at $12 per ticket.
Vs Tigers start at $6.00
The AL Tigers and Cabrera play two games at Dodger Stadium this year April 08th which is Zip Up Hooded Sweatshirt night and April 9th. Behind home plate top decks begin at $6.00 as well as outfield reserves. Loges at $17 and Field Boxes at $20 and Outfield Pavilions $16 for left field and $40 for right field.
Vs White Sox at $6.00
Chicago comes to Los Angeles June 2nd – 4th with no giveaway nights. Chicago and LA Fans will be able to get in for $6.00 top deck and reserve level seats, all the Dodger Dogs you can eat begin at just $30 per ticket and Loges start at only $11 per ticket.
The Cheapest Dodgers Tickets games or time: Preseason, Beginning of season, weeknights, non giveaway nights.
Dodgers Ticket prices are based on date of post and can fluctuate throughout the season.
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This Dodgers’ first division title since the Manny Ramirez-led 2009 edition, and if the season ended today the lead of 10 1/2 games would be the largest margin since they won by 13 ½ games in 1955. Dodgers Playoff Tickets are on sale now and if the playoffs opened now, the Dodgers (88-65) would face St. Louis (89-64) in the first round, with the Cardinals having the home-field advantage. The Braves (90-62) own the NL’s best record. A look forward to the possibilities of who the Dodgers top five American League Opponents might be in the World Series.
5. Oakland Athletics: The A’s have used their traditional formula to once again make a strong postseason run, good pitching, and timely hitting. The A’s roster is devoid of superstars but comprised of a young and talented pitching staff and fundamentally sound position players. Due to their penchant for getting on base the A’s are 7th in all of Major League Baseball in runs scored, even though their batting average is in the lower third of baseball. The A’s pitching staff is in the top ten across the board in all key statistical areas, including runs allowed, earned run average and opponents batting average.
4. Baltimore Orioles: The Baltimore Orioles are likely out of the race in the AL East, but are in a five-way battle for the two wild-card positions in the American League. The Orioles have an up and down pitching staff, but one of the top lineups in the American League with sluggers Chris Davis, Adam Jones, and Manny Machado. Davis, the Orioles slugging first baseman, has 48 home runs and 128 RBI’s on the season, with a .300 average. His all field power in the middle of the lineup is formidable and can change the game in an instant. Davis is joined by Adam Jones, another elite hitter with home run power. Jones is a top defensive center-fielder and offensively has hit 30 home runs and driven in 100 runs. The third part of the Orioles big three, Machado, is one of the top young hitters in baseball with a league leading 47 doubles on the season.
3. Texas Rangers: The Texas Rangers have made multiple deep postseason runs of late and are a battle-tested group with solid starting pitching and professional hitters. The Rangers starting rotation is anchored by Japanese import Yu Darvish, who has as dominant stuff as any pitcher in baseball. Darvish leads the American League with 240 strikeouts to go along with a 2.91 ERA. The Rangers have a solid bullpen, led by veteran closer Joe Nathan. Offensively former Dodgers Adrian Beltre leads the Rangers in nearly every offensive category.
2. Boston Red Sox: The Dodgers had a hard fought series with the Red Sox last month at home, losing two of three to the AL East leaders. After a tough year, last season the Red Sox have roared back to take command in the AL East. The Red Sox have the second best run differential in all of the baseball and are first in all of Major League Baseball in runs scored. Veteran stars David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia and Jacoby Ellsbury help pace the offense. See which Boston Red Sox Bobbleheads will be given away this season.
1. Detroit Tigers: The Detroit Tigers have the best hitter in baseball in Miguel Cabrera, and one of the top starting pitching units in the game. The Tigers have the top run differential in all of the baseball. Cabrera, the defending AL MVP, and Triple Crown Winner leads the American League in batting average (.356) and runs batted in (133). Along with Prince Fielder, Cabrera forms perhaps the most feared middle of the order combination in the game. The Tigers pitching staff is led by Max Scherzer, the leading American League Cy Young candidate. Scherzer is 19-2 on the season. Last year’s Cy Young winner Justin Verlander has had a down season by his standards but is the dominant pitcher in the game when in top form. Anibal Sanchez, with 12 wins and a 2.68 ERA gives the Tigers a 1-2-3 starting pitching combination that rivals the Dodgers rotation.
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Aaron Michael Harang
The Los Angeles Dodgers now have the unbelievable talent and experience of veteran starting pitcher Aaron Harang in their rotation as they start their 2012-2013 Dodgers Season campaign. Despite having been sidelined in recent years by various health issues that put him on the disabled list multiple times, the veteran right-hander is coming off a rebound season, going 14-7 with a 3.64 ERA in 170.2 innings pitched.
The Dodgers are hopeful that Harang can stay healthy and keep up his performance as they finally landed the prolific pitcher late last year after having pursued Harang heavily in the past. The 33-year-old was signed to a 2-year, $12 million, free-agent contract with a mutual option for 2014 to help fill in the team after the departure of Hiroki Kuroda, slotting in as the Dodgers’ fourth starter.
“It made it more enticing, knowing it wasn’t something just spontaneous, like, ‘Let’s just go after this guy,'” Harang said. “It’s been in the back of my mind that they’ve wanted me a while. That made it an easier decision, knowing people want you and have been working at something for multiple years.”
For Harang, one of the added attractions of signing with the Dodgers was the proximity to home and playing at the Los Angeles Dodgers Stadium. The San Diego native was born on May 9, 1978 in San Diego, California and continues to reside in the area with his family. While pitcher-friendly Dodger Stadium is not quite as spacious as Petco Park – or as much as a veritable oasis for pitchers of any quality – the 6-foot-7, 260-pound right-hander is confident that his addition to the Dodgers rotation is a good fit and believes there is a very good chance that the Dodgers will contend this season.
“I’m excited about the opportunity I have here. This is a really good ballclub here. We definitely have a shot to be there at the end.”
Harang was first drawn into professional baseball after being selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 22nd round of the 1996 MLB Draft (661st overall) but he did not sign with the team, opting to finish college. Following his graduation from San Diego State University, Harang was drafted and signed by the Texas Rangers in the 6th round of the 1999 MLB Draft (195th overall), kicking off a solid career that has seen him soar into the Major Leagues and develop into a top-caliber pitcher.
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Timothy Scott Elbert was born on August 13, 1985, in Joplin, Missouri. He is a left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball for the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium. He attended the High School in Seneca, Missouri and was a standout in football and baseball where he played running back and as a junior and he led the state in rushing yardage and rushing touchdowns and was named as an All-State selection. He had an impressive record of 0.94 ERA, 433 strikeouts, 29 complete games, and 238.0 innings.
In 2004, Elbert was selected in the 1st round by the Dodgers- it was his first time playing professional sports. He struck out 45 batters in 49.2 innings when he made his professional debut.
Then in 2005, he went 8-5 with a 2.66 ERA in 24 starts where he played for Ogden Raptors and With the Single-A Columbus Catfish.
He pitched for the Vero Beach Dodgers in 2006 and earned Florida State League midseason All-Star honors. He was even promoted to the Double-A Jacksonville Suns, where he went 6-4 with a 3.61 ERA and was ranked as the #3 prospect in the Southern League by Baseball America.
In 2007, Elbert had a shoulder injury.
In 2008, he played as a reliever at Jacksonville where he earned his first trip to the Majors when the Dodgers called him up from the minors. This is also the year where he made his MLB debut where he pitched two thirds of an inning against the Arizona Diamondbacks in 10 games finishing the season with 0-1 with an ERA of 12.00.
In 2009, he was selected as the Dodgers “Minor League Pitcher of the Year” after finishing a combined 4-4 with a 3.84 ERA in 18 starts for Double-A Chattanooga and Triple-A Albuquerque. He finished the season with 2-0 with a 5.03 ERA and appeared in relief in Game 3 of the 2009 National League Championship Series.
In 2010, he started to pitch for Albuquerque and was promoted to the Dodgers on May 28, 2010. He was optioned back to AAA after he walked three left-handed hitting batters in that game. Then later that year he was selected to the “Rising Stars Game”.
He started 2011 in the bullpen for Albuquerque and was called up to the Los Angeles Dodgers on May 11. He pitched in 47 games for the Dodgers, mostly he used this left hand the most. He then finished the Major League Baseball Season with a 2.43 ERA in 33.1 innings with 34 strikeouts and also saved two games.