Los Angeles Dodgers Tickets
Los Angeles Dodgers Background
The Dodgers compete in professional Major League Baseball as a member of the National League West Division. The team was established in Brooklyn, New York, in 1883 and moved to Los Angeles before the start of the 1958 season. The team won six World Series' titles and also won six consecutive National League Western Division titles through the 2018 season. The Dodgers played a significant role in the history of Major League Baseball by breaking the color barrier and playing Jackie Robinson in his first major league game on April 15, 1947. Today, the Los Angeles Dodgers’ primary rivals are the in-state San Francisco Giants and the cross-country New York Yankees.
Where can I buy Los Angeles Dodgers' tickets?
You can buy tickets for all the games on the Los Angeles Dodgers' schedule at StubHub. You can review the season's schedule and find that both home and away game tickets are easy to purchase at stubhub.com.
Where do the Los Angeles Dodgers play their home games?
When the Los Angeles Dodgers' game is at home, they play at Dodger Stadium, which is located at 1000 Elysian Park Avenue, Los Angeles. Their stadium is well known and beloved throughout the U.S.
What can I expect when I attend a Los Angeles Dodgers home game?
Dodger Stadium has parking that must be paid for online in advance of arriving for the game. There is also public transportation to the ballfield on the Dodger Stadium Express. Once you arrive at Dodger Stadium, you will be in the world's largest baseball stadium based on number of seats; Dodger Stadium has room to seat 56,000 fans. The stadium has a wide variety of food choices to enjoy during the game — nachos, pulled pork sandwiches and bratwursts to name a few. The Dodgers frequently sponsor fan specials and giveaways.
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