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Los Angeles Dodgers Details

The Dodgers were a founding member of the National League and played for the first time in 1883. The team got its start in Brooklyn, where they played at the famous Ebbets Field. Jackie Robinson, who broke Major League Baseball’s color barrier and became the first black player in the major leagues, played his whole career for the Brooklyn Dodgers (1947-1956). Robinson’s number 42 is honored by every major league team.

By the late 1950s, the Dodgers were looking for a new home to replace the aging Ebbets Field. They were not able to get a stadium built in New York, so the Dodgers moved across the country to Los Angeles for the 1958 season.

The Dodgers — including both the Brooklyn and Los Angeles incarnations — have won 23 National League Pennants and six World Series titles. Their most recent World Series championship came in 1988 under manager Tommy Lasorda.

The Dodgers and Astros combined for an MLB record 25 home runs in the 2017 World Series, setting an MLB record. The Astros ultimately defeated the Dodgers in seven games.

How to buy Los Angeles Dodgers tickets

SeatGeek is the best way to browse, find, and buy Los Angeles Dodgers tickets.

  • Browse the above listings of Dodgers games to find a game you would like to attend. Once you find the perfect date and matchup, click on the green button on the right hand side of the screen to see all available tickets for that game.
  • Next, explore all available tickets on the left hand side of the screen. Filters at the bottom of the page allow tickets to be sorted by price, or by SeatGeek’s Deal Score feature, which ranks tickets by value and tells you exactly how good of a deal you're looking at. On the right hand side, you can explore SeatGeek’s interactive stadium and arena maps to find the perfect seating section, and to get a preview of what a view from a seat in that section will look like.
  • To buy a ticket, click the ticket listing and you will be directed to SeatGeek’s checkout process to complete the information fields.
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When do Dodgers playoff tickets go on sale?

If the Dodgers make the MLB Playoffs, playoff tickets should go on sale shortly after, typically in September or October.

Los Angeles Dodgers schedule

For a list of upcoming Dodgers games, feel free to browse the game listings above.

How much do Dodgers tickets cost?

SeatGeek has the widest selection of tickets on the web, offering Dodgers tickets for every fan at every price point. Typically, Dodgers tickets start at about $13.

When do the Dodgers play the Giants?

Please see out Dodgers vs. Giants page for a full list of upcoming matchups.

Dodgers fandom extends far beyond the California borders

Based on an analysis of SeatGeek data published prior to the 2019 MLB season, Dodgers "fandom" covers 60 counties in total, 49 of them outside of California. The San Francisco Giants are currently the most popular team in 45 California counties, while the Dodgers are the top team in 11 CA Counties. That said, the Dodgers’ counties are much more dense from a population standpoint -- they rank third overall for that statistic, compared to ninth for the Giants.

The Oakland A’s and San Diego Padres control one California county apiece, each in their home territory (Alameda County for the A’s, San Diego county for the Padres).

For a look at additional data and trends, you can find our full blog post on MLB fandom here.

Los Angeles Dodgers Ticket Prices

SeasonLocationAverage Ticket Price
2019
$44
2018
$41
2017
$25
2016
$18
2015
$21
2014
$20
2013
$26
2012
$34
2011
$30
2010
$39

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