2018 Dodgers Schedule
Over the last four seasons, the Los Angeles Dodgers have been incredibly consistent with at least 91 wins each year and a playoff appearance. They have also advanced to the National League Championship Series on two occasions, and although they have yet to advance to the World Series in recent years you really get the feeling that this team is right on the cusp. Last season’s defeat in the NLCS at the hands of the Chicago Cubs was disappointing, but if a few calls had gone differently or a few balls would have bounced differently it might have been a different story. To see how the 2018 Los Angeles Dodgers schedule turns out, buy your Dodgers baseball tickets now.
It might be hard to believe but Dodger Stadium is the third-oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, behind only Wrigley Field and Fenway Park. Of course Chavez Ravine is about 50 years “newer” than both of those, but it still has tons of history yet has held up remarkably well by today’s standards. It’s where legends like Sandy Kaufax, Don Drysdale and Kirk Gibson played, and where a new team of stars is emerging. It’s also the largest stadium in baseball with more than 56,000 LA Dodgers tickets available for each game, but that doesn’t mean they are easy to get. How do you buy Dodgers baseball tickets? All you need to do is pick out the games you want to see on the LA Dodgers schedule and order your Dodger Stadium tickets today.