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The Dodgers are back and are looking to bring another World Championship to Los Angeles. With dominating pitching and emerging young talent, LA Dodgers tickets are in high demand for another run at a title. Fighting off the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for southern California supremacy, the Dodgers will also look to stem off rivals the San Francisco Giants and the San Diego Padres in their pursuit of a division crown and a National League Pennant. The other MLB teams are also fighting for the crown and will fill up the Los Angeles Dodgers schedule for the season. Grab your 2018 Los Angeles Dodgers tickets and head over to "Chavez Ravine" to be a part of your team's home field advantage.

There's not a bad seat in the house at Dodger Stadium, major league baseball's third-oldest park (behind only Fenway Park and Wrigley Field). Whether it be Friday night fireworks or sitting in the Dodgers all-you-can-eat bleacher section, Dodger tickets provide you with a great place to go and cheer on your favorite ball club!

History

The dodgers were established in Brooklyn, New York in 1883. It was not until 1958 that the team moved across the country to Los Angeles becoming the Los Angeles Dodgers as we know them today. They are a professional baseball team that competes in the National League West division. Previously they played at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum before they moved to Dodger stadium in 1962. The team has clinched the World Series 6 times. Their colors are blue, white and red. They have retied 10 numbers since the teams’ establishment.

Rivalry

The Los Angeles Dodgers have a long deep rooted rivalry against fellow California team the San Francisco giants. It is known as the oldest rivalry in all of professional baseball (MLB). As both teams happened to move from New York to California at the same time for the 1958 season. The Giants are currently beating the Dodgers in World Series wins.  

Jackie Robinson

Jackie was the first African American to play in the MLB. He broke the baseball color line when he started on the Dodgers. His first appearance in the league was on April 15, 1947. He earned the Rookie of the Year award, which since has been renamed the Jackie Robison Award in honor of Jackie.

Origin

Dodgers is rumored to have come from the term “trolley Dodgers”. This was due to the fact that Brooklyn was filled with trolley cars through the boroughs of Brooklyn.

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