Opening Day is less than two months away, which means it’s time to really start making your plans to be at Dodger Stadium during the first homestand of the season. Los Angeles opens the season at home on March 30 against the Diamondbacks. While Opening Day has traditionally been a day game, LA will be having Opening Night this year instead, with the season opener having a 7:10 pm start time like a regular Thursday night game.
Single-game tickets for the Dodgers go on sale on Thursday, February 2. Tickets for Opening Day and June’s series against the Yankees will go on sale separately at a later date. Tickets for all games are already available on the secondary market as season-ticket holders sell their extra inventory.
The Dodgers have already announced 15 giveaways for the first half of the season, including eight bobbleheads. The opening homestand will include bobbleheads for Freddie Freeman (April 1) and Julio Urias (April 3), a hooded sweatshirt on April 4, and the first drone show of the season on March 31.
The first homestand will pit the Dodgers against division rivals Arizona and Colorado. In the second homestand of the year, Los Angeles will celebrate Jackie Robinson Day and welcome Cody Bellinger back to LA as the Cubs come to town April 14-16.
Which series are you most looking forward to? How many times will you be hitting Dodger Stadium this season?
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