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.
Avg Price: $17.00 | Low Price $14.00
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. .
Avg Price: $33.00 | Low Price $12.00
Avg Price: $31.00 | Low Price $11.00
Avg Price: $30.00 | Low Price $15.00
Avg Price: $32.00 | Low Price $22.00
Avg Price: $25.00 | Low Price $10.00
Avg Price: $47.00 | Low Price $20.00
Avg Price: $45.00 | Low Price $14.00
Avg Price: $20.00 | Low Price $10.00
Avg Price: $31.00 | Low Price $15.00
Avg Price: $29.00 | Low Price $15.00
Avg Price: $29.00 | Low Price $15.00
Avg Price: $42.00 | Low Price $17.00
Avg Price: $25.00 | Low Price $14.00
Avg Price: $25.00 | Low Price $12.00
Avg Price: $34.00 | Low Price $13.00
Avg Price: $45.00 | Low Price $13.00
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Bob Kelly Abreu or “Bobby” was born on March 11, 1974, in Maracay, Aragua, Venezuela. He is a professional Major League Baseball (MLB) right fielder player that was playing for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Abreu is nicknamed as “El Comedulce” and also “La Luche” and a two-time All-Star, won a Gold Glove Award and a Silver Slugger Award.
Bobby Abreu was signed by the Houston Astros as an amateur free agent in 1990 and he debuted in MLB on September 1, 1996 for the Houston Astros. Abreu played for the Houston Astros in 1996 to 1997, but traded to Philadelphia Phillies which he began playing in 1998 to 2006. He was traded again to the New York Yankees and played for two seasons (2006 to 2008).
Leading the league games was one of his greatest achievements. Bobby Abreu was major league leader in defense among active players in outfield assists. Abreu is also one of the active ballplayers in doubles, third in walks, at stolen bases he was in sixth and he was ninth in on-base percentage. He is also famous for his plate discipline when he led the American League in 2009 by his percent in pitches.
Bobby Abreu Awards and Recognition
- 1996 Houston Astros Minor League Player of the Year
- 1999 Venezuelan Winter League All-Star OF
- 1999 Venezuelan Winter League Player of the Year
- 1999 Philadelphia Phillies Player of the Year
- 2000 Philadelphia Phillies Player of the Year
- 2001 Philadelphia Phillies Player of the Year
- 2004 NL Silver Slugger Award (OF)
- 2004 MLB All-Star
- 2005 NL Player of the Month (April)
- 2005 NL Gold Glove Award (OF)
- 2005 MLB All-Star
- 2005 Winner of the Home Run Derby at the MLB All-Star game.
- 2009 AL Player of the Month (July)
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The Super Bowl is the final contest of the NFL professional football season and determines the league’s annual champion. Currently the Super Bowl routinely finishes among the all-time top 50 programs in television ratings, and the 2011 game was no exception, setting a new record for the biggest American TV audience for a single broadcast, some 111 million viewers.
Now probably the most important single-day sporting event in the United States, the Super Bowl had more modest beginnings, as did the sport itself. Football in America had its start in a game November 6, 1869, when Rutgers and Princeton played a college soccer football game. The game used modified London Football Association rules. During the next seven years, rugby gained favor with the major eastern schools over soccer, and modern football began to develop from rugby. At the Massasoit convention, of 1876, the first rules for American football were written. It was here that Walter Camp, who would become known as the father of American football, first became involved with the game.
In 1902, baseball’s Philadelphia Athletics, managed by Connie Mack, and the Philadelphia Phillies formed professional football teams, joining the Pittsburgh Stars in the first attempt at a pro football league, named the National Football League. The Athletics won the first-night football game ever played, 39-0 over Kanaweola AC at Elmira, New York, November 21.
All three teams claimed the pro championship for the year, but the league president, Dave Berry, named the Stars the champions. Pitcher Rube Waddell was with the Athletics, and pitcher Christy Mathewson a fullback for Pittsburgh. The first World Series of pro football, actually a five-team tournament, was played among a team made up of players from both the Athletics and the Phillies, but simply named New York; the New York Knickerbockers; the Syracuse AC; the Warlow AC; and the Orange (New Jersey) AC at New York’s original Madison Square Garden. New York and Syracuse played the first indoor football game before 3,000, December 28. Syracuse, with Glen (Pop) Warner at guard, won 6-0 and went on to win the tournament.
In 1903, the Franklin (PA) Athletic Club won the second and last World Series of pro football over the Oreos AC of Asbury Park, New Jersey; the Watertown Red and Blacks; and the Orange AC. Changes ensued over the next 6 decades — with names, teams, players, and conference alignments coming and going. And in 1967, Congress approved the AFL-NFL merger, passing legislation exempting the agreement itself from antitrust action, October 21.
That same year, the champions of the American Football League (which merged with the NFL in 1970) and the NFL met in what was called the AFL-NFL World Championship Game. The name was later shortened to Super Bowl, named after a child’s toy, the Super Ball. In this first game, the Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 35-10. The Los Angeles Coliseum, site of the game, fell far short of a sellout, although tickets were only $10 each.
The National Football League’s Super Bowl XLVI will take place on February 5, 2012, in Lucas Oil Stadium in Downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. It will be the NFL’s 46th annual Super Bowl.
Kick-off is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Eastern, 5:30 p.m. Central, 4:30 p.m. Mountain and 3:30 p.m. Pacific time.
Lucas Oil Stadium
Lucas Oil Stadium opened in August 2008. The normal seating for the stadium is 63,000 but will be increased to more than 70,000 for Super Bowl XLVI. The stadium cost approximately $720 million to construct and features a retractable roof and a unique large window at one end of the field.
Now’s the time to get your 2012 Super Bowl tickets! Super Bowl XLVI takes place at the Lucas Oil Stadium, and it marks the first time that Indianapolis has played host. Super Bowl tickets are never around for long, so score yours now and watch NFL history in the making!
Super Bowl Tickets for the Giants Vs Patriots rematch on Feb 05, 2012 are on sale now.