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The Los Angeles Dodgers look to continue their success in the NL West and the playoffs as a new MLB season begins. Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw will continue to lead the Dodgers rotation as one of the MLBs best starting pitchers. Find the cheapest Los Angeles Dodger tickets on Rukkus today to catch a game at Dodger Stadium!

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What makes Dodger Stadium special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Dodger Stadium is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you walk into the stadium, you will notice its size. Dodger Stadium as it stands today is the third oldest stadium in the MLB, but also holds the title as the largest capacity stadium in the MLB. One of Dodger Stadium’s greatest features is its lack of rainouts for MLB games. In its entire history, Dodger Stadium has been host to less than twenty rainouts total over more than fifty years.

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2016 Dodgers Outlook

The Los Angeles Dodgers are hoping that 2016 will finally be the year that they bring home a World Series title. The Dodgers were eliminated in the 2015 NLDS but look to go all the way this season. The Dodgers still feature elite starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw but the departure of Zack Greinke and other key players could potentially hurt the Dodgers in 2016.

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Nothing can match the incredible experience of a Los Angeles Dodgers game. The Dodgers play fast-paced, thrilling baseball with a lineup full of star players. Dodger Stadium provides an electric atmosphere for live baseball with its friendly fans and beautiful venue. This is an event you do not want to miss. Grab your Dodgers tickets today!

The Dodgers are one of the most revered teams in all of Major League Baseball. Their roster boasts many well-recognized names and they are capable of dominating any opponent. The pitching staff has a host of powerful arms that dazzle the opposition. At the plate, homeruns and extra-base hits come in bunches as the Dodgers crush the baseball. Claim your seats at Dodgers Stadium to see the action for yourself. Get your tickets now!

Since moving to Los Angeles in 1958, the Dodgers have won the hearts of countless fans throughout California. Fans wearing blue and white jerseys and hats with the universally recognized “LA” logo can be seen everywhere in SoCal. Adding to the fun environment is the amazing Dodgers Stadium facility. As one of the oldest ballparks in the country, this venue has hosted thousands of exciting baseball games. Come be a part of the fun and pick up your Dodgers tickets right away!

If a night of action-packed baseball sounds like your kind of event, don’t hesitate and head down to Dodgers Stadium. “The Boys in Blue” always put on a good show with their speed and power at the plate. Experience the passion of Los Angeles baseball with some of the best fans in the world. Grab your Dodgers tickets now!

Dodgers Franchise History

The Dodgers and Los Angeles seem to be synonymous. However, the foundation of one of baseball’s regal franchises began in Brooklyn. The origin of their present-day team name was derived from the residents of the New York City borough who had to avoid the prevalent number of trolleys that occupied area.

This team was tagged with several nicknames after its creation in 1883 – Atlantics, Robins, Bridegrooms, Superbas and Trolley Dodgers – before eventually settling on their current moniker in 1932.

The name, of course, became permanent. Their home didn’t. With a long-standing tradition of excellence and relevancy – spanning 110 years and two major cities – the Dodgers are a unique baseball brand.

But it wasn’t so excellent at first. More often than not, the club languished at the bottom of the standings over the first half-century – earning them the nickname “Dem Bums.” The exceptions were 1916 and 1920, both resulting in World Series appearances. Brooklyn lost both, and the fans that packed Ebbetts Field would become accustomed to disappointment in the years to come.

Under the toxic duo of belligerent general manager Larry MacPhail and manager Leo “The Lip” Durocher, the Dodgers became a contender again. Their squabbles didn’t prevent them from winning the National League crown in 1941.

A “Subway Series” with the New York Yankees ensued, with the men in pinstripes defeating the Dodgers in five games. The ’41 pennant run was a surprise to baseball. It would soon become commonplace.

From 1947 through 1953, the Dodgers appeared in four World Series. Each time, they faced the Yankees. Each time, they lost. “Wait ‘til Next Year” was the motto of Brooklyn rooters.

It also applied when the Dodgers let the 1951 pennant slip away to the New York Giants by way of Bobby Thomson’s “Shot Heard ‘Round the World.”

But “next year “came in 1955. After falling behind the Yankees two-games-to-none, the Dodgers won three straight. A Game 6 clincher wasn’t to be, leaving it up to a winner-take-all in the Bronx. Johnny Podres pitched the game of his life, Sandy Amoros made a series-saving catch in the seventh inning, and Pee Wee Reese threw out Elston Howard in the ninth to preserve Brooklyn’s long-awaited title.

The loyal Dodger supporters rejoiced – only to experience the ultimate heartbreak two years later. Owner Walter O’Malley wanted a new stadium to replace Ebbetts Field. Brooklyn’s brass refused. And, thus, O’Malley moved the Dodgers out to the untapped market of Los Angeles.

An era had come to a close – one that had witnessed many significant moments in the sport’s history. None more so than when Jackie Robinson made his big league debut on April 15, 1947 and, thus, broke baseball’s color line. Causing unprecedented impact in society, as well as baseball, Robinson won Rookie of the Year in ’47, the NL Most Valuable Player award in 1949, and brought a new and exciting style of play – all the while paving the way for a flood of African-Americans and minorities to follow in his footsteps.

Robinson did not move with the team to the West Coast. But many that did were key players in the Dodgers’ run to a second World Series trophy in 1959. This time, the vanquished opponent would be the Chicago White Sox, who were beaten in six games.

The team drew a whopping amount of fans – both in the regular season and in that World Series – to spacious Los Angeles Coliseum. This would be the Dodgers’ temporary home for their first four years in L.A.

In 1962, they settled into pristine Dodger Stadium – just a few miles away from downtown. Thanks to renovations and cosmetic adjustments, its age isn’t apparent today. And with the legendary franchise that plays in it at least 81 times a year, it still remains one of the landmarks of baseball and a must-see for fans.

Around the time Dodger Stadium opened its doors, Sandy Koufax developed into the most dominant left-handed pitcher of his time. After years of control problems, Koufax found accuracy – to go along with velocity. The result was stretch (from ’61-1966) in which he threw four no-hitters, won three Cy Young Awards, led the league in earned run average five times and strike out more than 300 batters on three occasions.

Behind Koufax, and fellow Hall of Famer Don Drysdale, the Dodgers won 101 regular season games in 1962 – only to wind up tied for the National League’s top spot with the San Francisco Giants. Continuing a rivalry that stretched back to when the Giants also occupied New York, the two faced off in a three-game playoff to decide the World Series participant. And just like the result was in 1951, the Giants won the pennant.

Los Angeles would bounce back, sweeping the Yankees in 1963 as Koufax fanned 15 in Game 1. Koufax came to the rescue again in 1965 – limiting the Minnesota Twins to just two hits in a Game 7 triumph.

The Dodgers were swept by Baltimore the next year. More discouraging news came in the offseason, as Koufax, at age 30, announced his retirement – citing an arthritic condition.

After a few years in the wilderness, the Dodgers emerged as a threat by the early 1970s.

The 1974 club, while manned by longtime skipper Walter Alston, was filled with many talented young players. Among them was an infield that would remain intact for nearly a decade. The durable Steve Garvey was at first base, speedy Davey Lopes at second, Bill Russell occupied shortstop, and Ron Cey played third.

This inexperienced roster, while able to win the NL pennant, wasn’t able to get past an Oakland A’s dynasty, and lost a five-game World Series.

By 1976, Alston had exited – and colorful Tommy Lasorda entered. Once the third base coach and, prior to that, their AAA manager, Lasorda didn’t need to establish a relationship with his players. It showed instantly. The Dodgers defeated the Philadelphia Phillies to win the National League Championship Series in both 1977 and 1978. But they were turned away in consecutive World Series by Reggie Jackson and the New York Yankees.

Sweet revenge was in store for 1981. Rookie Fernando Valenzuela took the city – and the league – by storm during a split regular season that was interrupted by a player’s strike. When they were playing, Valenzuela dazzled. Becoming the first pitcher to win both the Cy Young and Rookie of the Year in the same season, the Mexican sensation won 13 games, had 11 complete games and posted eight shutouts.

The Dodgers fed off the 20-year-old wonder with a string of stirring comebacks. First came the recovery from a two-games-to-none hole against the Houston Astros in the Division Series. Then came the rally from a 2-1 deficit to beat the Montreal Expos – culminating in Rick Monday’s ninth inning homer.

Only the Yankees stood in their way. And after two losses in New York, another defeat to the Bronx Bombers was staring them in the face. However, Valenzuela showed resolve in winning Game 3 at Dodger Stadium. L.A. took the next two at home and Game 6 in the Big Apple to complete its quest.

Lasorda was establishing himself as a manager that was not just entertaining and boisterous, but also supremely successful. In a 20-year career on the bench, Lasorda won 1,599 games, eight division titles and four pennants.

His last one (and most memorable) came in 1988.

Orel Hershiser won 23 games and the Cy Young Award. But his year will be most remembered for the way he finished it – a scoreless inning streak that reached 59 and surpassed the major league record previously held by Drysdale.

The Dodgers weren’t given much of a shot to beat the New York Mets in the National League Championship Series. Hershiser and a scrappy lineup defied the odds. Los Angeles won Game 7 at home behind Orel’s shutout performance (resulting in the series MVP award).

Kirk Gibson had won the NL MVP for his regular season efforts. However, it was unlikely he would play in the World Series. An injury in Game 5 against the Mets cast serious doubt on his health.

Minus Gibson, the Dodgers were again heavy underdogs against the 104-win Oakland Athletics. Behind 4-3 in Game 1 at Dodger Stadium and a runner on first with two out in the ninth, Gibson hobbled to the plate as a pinch-hitter. On a 3-2 pitch from Dennis Eckersley, Gibson let fly with one of baseball’s most dramatic home runs.

It was proof that destiny was on the side of the Dodgers in 1988. Hershiser earned complete game victories in Game 2 and 5. The latter a 5-2 win that made them the unlikely champions.

It’s hard to believe that was the last World Series appearance for this franchise – as the team has missed out on the Fall Classic ever since.

Despite a sequence of Rookie of the Year winners that went from 1992-96 (Eric Karros, Mike Piazza, Raul Mondesi, Hideo Nomo, and Todd Hollandsworth), Los Angeles wasn’t able to get past the Division Series.

In fact, there wouldn’t be an NLCS appearance until 2008. That year, and the next, it would end in a loss to the Phillies.

While those two October trips ended prematurely, it did restore a consistent winning tradition that was the make-up of this franchise for many decades.

It’s doubtful that won’t continue in the years ahead – with Yasiel Puig maintaining his thrilling play and showmanship, three-time Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw as the dominant pitcher in baseball, and Adrian Gonzalez as one of the game’s top power hitters.

The Dodgers have been, and will be, a premier attraction in this country’s most glamorous city. Loyal fans and visitors alike can take pleasure in a winning ball club, accompanied by the irreplaceable voice of Vin Scully – continuing to wonderfully call games after 65 years.

As Vin says prior to each broadcast, “it’s time for Dodger baseball!” And Dodger baseball has been quite special.

Los Angeles Dodgers Lineup

  • Pedro Baez
  • Josh Beckett DL60
  • Chad Billingsley DL60
  • Kevin Correia
  • Daniel Coulombe
  • Jose Dominguez
  • Scott Elbert
  • Stephen Fife DL60
  • Carlos Frias
  • Onelki Garcia DL60
  • Yimi Garcia
  • Zack Greinke
  • Dan Haren
  • Roberto Hernandez
  • J.P. Howell
  • Kenley Jansen
  • Clayton Kershaw
  • Brandon League
  • Matt Magill
  • Paul Maholm DL60
  • Jarret Martin
  • Chris Perez
  • Paco Rodriguez
  • Hyun-Jin Ryu
  • Brian Wilson
  • Chris Withrow DL60
  • Jamey Wright
  • Drew Butera
  • A.J. Ellis
  • Tim Federowicz
  • Erisbel Arruebarrena
  • Darwin Barney
  • Adrian Gonzalez
  • Dee Gordon
  • Alex Guerrero
  • Hanley Ramirez
  • Miguel Rojas
  • Justin Turner
  • Juan Uribe
  • Roger Bernadina
  • Carl Crawford
  • Andre Ethier
  • Matt Kemp
  • Joc Pederson
  • Yasiel Puig
  • Scott Van Slyke

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$667.00NLCS: Los Angeles Dodgers at Chicago Cubs - Game 2 - Home Game 2 — 10/16/2016
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