The Dodgers are going to be adding another special day to their schedule this year. The Pups in the Park games are always a hit with fans, an opportunity to bring your furry friends along with you to take in a ballgame. And even if you don’t have a dog to take along with you, it’s plenty of fun to take in the game with them around you.
Today, the Dodgers announced that they would be adding a second Pups at the Park game on September 5th when they take on the San Francisco Giants, at 7:10 p.m. Fans will be able to purchase a ticket package for the right-field pavilion to bring their dog out to the game. Before the game starts, they will be able to parade their fluffy friends on a walk around the warning track.
The Dodgers announced the new date after selling out their first scheduled Pups in the Park on May 14th. Both games will be led by Macho the dog during the parade portion. Macho set the Guinness World Record for the fastest dog touching all the bases at an MLB park back in 2021.
Dodgers fans can purchase their tickets through dodgers.com/pups and a waiver must be signed. The first 40,000 fans attending the May 14th game will also receive a Don Drysdale bobblehead night, which was already on the schedule.
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