It took less than an hour Friday for Dodger fans to scoop up all available tickets for three potential playoff games at Dodger Stadium, but a limited number of tickets still remain for other possible playoff matchups.
Tickets for National League Division Series and Championship Series games at Dodger Stadium went on sale to the public at 10 a.m. on the Los Angeles Dodgers website, Dodgers.com. According to the team, tickets for the first two possible Division Series games, as well as the first possible NLCS game, quickly sold out.
A limited number of tickets still remain for a possible third game in the Division Series and other NLCS games.
If the Dodgers have the best or second-best record of the league’s three division winners, they would open the Division Series at Dodger Stadium on Oct. 9, with Game 2 on Oct. 10. Game 5 of the best-of-five series, if necessary, would be played Oct. 15 at Dodger Stadium.
If the Dodgers have the worst record of the division winners, they would play host to Game 3 on Oct. 12 and Game 4, if necessary, on Oct. 13.
The National League Championship Series will begin Oct. 17. If the Dodgers advance and have a better record than their opponent or face the wild card team, they would play host to Games 1 and 2 Oct. 17-18, along with Games 6 and 7 (if necessary) Oct. 24-25.
If the Dodgers are a lower seed than their opponent, they would play host to Games 3 and 4, Oct. 20-21, and if necessary, Game 5 of the best-of- seven series on Oct. 22.
For all postseason games, tickets are not purchased for a specific date, but for a corresponding home game in each round. Times of the games will be announced later. Refunds will be issued for all games not played.
Parking can also be purchased today. Parking for the Division Series is $15 in advance and $25 for general parking. League Championship Series parking is $20 in advance and $35 at the gate. Parking can be purchased in advance at dodgers.com/parking.
Details regarding the public sale of tickets for the World Series will be announced later.
— City News Service