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Dodgers 2020 Season Updates

As of 07/06/2020

MLB ANNOUNCES 60-GAME SCHEDULE

The Dodgers recognize that our great fans have a variety of questions. However, given the unprecedented nature and fluidity of what is taking place, we appreciate your patience as we diligently work through the many aspects and details of this continually evolving situation.

When updated official information becomes available, the Dodgers will communicate it to fans promptly and through a variety of channels, including Twitter (@dodgers) and on Dodgers.com, including www.dodgers.com/updates.

We thank you for your understanding as we collectively navigate through this challenging time.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will the season start?

'Summer Camp' is underway, and the Dodgers will begin their 2020 60-game season on Opening Day presented by Bank of America on July 23 vs. the Giants. Los Angeles will play three exhibition games prior to the start of the season on July 19 and 20 vs. the D-backs and on July 21 vs. the Angels.

I have tickets to games scheduled at Dodger Stadium, what now?

Based on the health circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic along with governmental directives prohibiting large gatherings, Dodger Stadium will be unable to host fans at the start of the season. At this time, the Dodgers are providing ticketholders with an account credit for 2020 tickets, parking and All-Star Week events, which along with a 10% bonus credit can be applied towards tickets and prepaid parking through the 2021 season. More information will be sent to ticketholders, including instructions on how to request a refund. The organization remains optimistic, and should circumstances change to allow fans at Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers will announce a ticketing policy at that time.

Ticketholders can contact the Dodgers by reaching out to their account representative or by calling 866-DODGERS and selecting option 6.

What's the status of the All-Star Game?

Major League Baseball has cancelled the 2020 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard, which was scheduled to be hosted by the Los Angeles Dodgers and the City of Los Angeles. With the Atlanta Braves already named as host of the 2021 All-Star Game in Atlanta, the Dodgers will host the next available Midsummer Classic in 2022.

Are the Dodger Stadium Offices open?

Dodger Stadium is closed to the public. Our Dodgers representatives remain available for fan inquiries. If you have questions, please email us at [email protected] or email your Dodgers representative directly. Given the unprecedented nature and fluidity of what is taking place, we appreciate your patience as we diligently work through the many aspects and details of this continually evolving situation.

Are Dodger Stadium Tours still operating?

Dodger Stadium Tours are currently unavailable. For further questions, please feel free to email [email protected].

Is the Dodger Stadium Ticket Office or Team Store open?

In the interests of the health and safety of our fans, staff, and everyone in our community, the Dodger Stadium Ticket Office and Top of the Park Team Store are closed. We intend to reopen as soon as possible.

What about Minor League Baseball?

Minor League Baseball has announced the cancellation of its 2020 season.

We thank you for your understanding as we collectively navigate through this challenging time being faced by the worldwide community.

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