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Dodgers announce Spring Training broadcast schedule

SNLA to air all weekend games among its 20 total broadcasts

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced their Spring Training broadcast schedule with 20 games on SportsNet LA, 17 games on AM 570, eight games on Spanish radio and an additional five webcasts on Dodgers.com. Between SNLA, AM 570, KTNQ 1020 and the webcasts, fans will get to enjoy a broadcast on all but two Dodger Spring Training gamedays.

SportsNet LA will televise live Dodgers games every Saturday and Sunday throughout spring training, including matchups against the White Sox (Feb. 23, March 16, March 23), Angels (Feb. 24), D-backs (March 2), Rangers (March 3), Mariners (March 9), Rockies (March 10) and Brewers (March 17) in an NLCS rematch. SportsNet LA will also televise all three of the "Freeway Series" exhibition games against the Angels from March 24 - 26.

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced their Spring Training broadcast schedule with 20 games on SportsNet LA, 17 games on AM 570, eight games on Spanish radio and an additional five webcasts on Dodgers.com. Between SNLA, AM 570, KTNQ 1020 and the webcasts, fans will get to enjoy a broadcast on all but two Dodger Spring Training gamedays.

SportsNet LA will televise live Dodgers games every Saturday and Sunday throughout spring training, including matchups against the White Sox (Feb. 23, March 16, March 23), Angels (Feb. 24), D-backs (March 2), Rangers (March 3), Mariners (March 9), Rockies (March 10) and Brewers (March 17) in an NLCS rematch. SportsNet LA will also televise all three of the "Freeway Series" exhibition games against the Angels from March 24 - 26.

SportsNet LA's live Dodgers Spring Training studio programming kicks off tonight at 7:00 p.m. with the network's flagship program, Access SportsNet: Dodgers, showcasing all the latest Dodgers news, highlights and exclusive interviews with Dodgers players, coaches and staff throughout spring training. Access SportsNet: Dodgers will again be hosted by John Hartung and Alanna Rizzo, with feature analysis from Orel Hershiser, Nomar Garciaparra, Jerry Hairston Jr. and Ned Colletti. Rizzo will be onsite in Arizona to provide daily analysis, special reports and exclusive interviews from Camelback Ranch.

AM 570 LA Sports' Spring Training Dodgers programming will once again include Dodger Talk, which will air each weeknight hosted by David Vassegh and will showcase all the latest Dodgers news, key highlights and exclusive interviews with Dodger players and coaches. Vassegh will be onsite in Glendale, Arizona providing daily analysis, special reports and exclusive interviews throughout Spring Training to other AM 570 LA Sports shows including Dodgers pre-game with Tim Cates, Lunchtime with Roggin & Rodney (noon-3 p.m.) and the Petros & Money Show (3 p.m.-7 p.m.).

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UCLA, USC to square off on March 10 in Dodger Stadium College Baseball Classic

Tickets on sale Thursday at 10:00 a.m. for doubleheader, which also features Oklahoma State vs. Michigan

LOS ANGELES -- Three of college baseball's top 20 ranked teams will take the field at Chavez Ravine on Sunday, March 10, 2019 in the Dodger Stadium College Baseball Classic, featuring 17th-ranked University of Michigan vs. 18th-ranked Oklahoma State University at 10:30 a.m. followed by the annual local matchup of UCLA (#5) vs. USC at 3:00 p.m. 

Tickets for the doubleheader will go on sale Thursday at 10:00 a.m. at Dodgers.com/Classic, and start at just $12. Students of participating schools and children under 14 can purchase tickets for only $5 (excluding dugout, baseline and Field MVP locations), which are available in advance only at the UCLA and USC box offices or at Dodger Stadium on the day of the event. Parking is $10 and available only at the gate on the day of the event. 

LOS ANGELES -- Three of college baseball's top 20 ranked teams will take the field at Chavez Ravine on Sunday, March 10, 2019 in the Dodger Stadium College Baseball Classic, featuring 17th-ranked University of Michigan vs. 18th-ranked Oklahoma State University at 10:30 a.m. followed by the annual local matchup of UCLA (#5) vs. USC at 3:00 p.m. 

Tickets for the doubleheader will go on sale Thursday at 10:00 a.m. at Dodgers.com/Classic, and start at just $12. Students of participating schools and children under 14 can purchase tickets for only $5 (excluding dugout, baseline and Field MVP locations), which are available in advance only at the UCLA and USC box offices or at Dodger Stadium on the day of the event. Parking is $10 and available only at the gate on the day of the event. 

USC, UCLA, Michigan and Oklahoma State have combined for 53 College World Series appearances and 15 College World Series Championships.

Below are the all-time results of the Dodger Stadium Baseball Classic:
2010: Vanderbilt def. Oklahoma State, 7-6; UCLA def. USC, 6-1. 
2011: Georgia def. St. Mary's, 3-0; USC def. UCLA, 2-0.
2012: Pepperdine def. UC Irvine, 3-2; UCLA def. USC, 7-2. 
2013: Notre Dame def. Oklahoma, 6-5 (11 innings); UCLA def. USC, 6-1.
*Played at UCLA's Jackie Robinson Stadium due to construction at Dodger Stadium.
2014: Event did not take place.
2015: TCU def. Vanderbilt, 4-2; USC def. UCLA, 8-4.
2016: Oklahoma State tied Mississippi State, 5-5; UCLA def. USC, 5-3 (14 innings).
2017: Michigan def. San Diego, 3-1; USC def. UCLA, 4-3 (10 innings).
2018: Vanderbilt def. TCU, 7-4; USC def. UCLA, 3-2.

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Dodgers sign A.J. Pollock

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced the signing of free-agent outfielder A.J. Pollock to a four-year contract with a player option for an additional year.

Pollock, 31, hit a career-high 21 home runs in just 113 games for the Arizona Diamondbacks last season and was named National League Player of the Week for April 30-May 6, as well as NL Player of the Month for April after slugging .670 with nine homers and 24 RBIs.

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced the signing of free-agent outfielder A.J. Pollock to a four-year contract with a player option for an additional year.

Pollock, 31, hit a career-high 21 home runs in just 113 games for the Arizona Diamondbacks last season and was named National League Player of the Week for April 30-May 6, as well as NL Player of the Month for April after slugging .670 with nine homers and 24 RBIs.

Pollock's best season came in 2015 when he was named to his first All-Star team and batted .315 with 20 homers while collecting 39 stolen bases. Following that season, the center fielder won a Rawlings National League Gold Glove.  

In 105 starts in center field last year, Pollock made just one error and his .996 fielding percentage tied for second-best among NL outfielders.

The Connecticut native has a career .281 batting average with 74 home runs, 264 RBIs and 103 stolen bases in 637 Major League games after being selected in the first round of the 2009 First-Year Player Draft out of Notre Dame.

The Dodgers now have 40 players on their 40-man roster.

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2019 Dodgers single-game tickets go on sale tomorrow at 11:00 a.m.

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced Thursday that single-game tickets for the 2019 season will go on sale tomorrow, Friday, January 25 at 11:00 a.m. exclusively online at Dodgers.com. 

At that time, fans can purchase individual tickets to all 2019 regular season games with the exception of Opening Day and the Yankees series, which will only be available through the purchase of select mini plans or full season ticket plans. More information on season ticket offerings can be found at Dodgers.com/seasontickets.

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced Thursday that single-game tickets for the 2019 season will go on sale tomorrow, Friday, January 25 at 11:00 a.m. exclusively online at Dodgers.com. 

At that time, fans can purchase individual tickets to all 2019 regular season games with the exception of Opening Day and the Yankees series, which will only be available through the purchase of select mini plans or full season ticket plans. More information on season ticket offerings can be found at Dodgers.com/seasontickets.

The Dodgers' 2019 home schedule features marquee matchups against the Giants, Angels, Cubs and Yankees, who will visit Dodger Stadium for the first time since 2013 during a three-game weekend series Aug. 23-25. Dodger Stadium will once again be the place to celebrate summer holidays, with home games on Mother's Day (May 12 vs. Nationals), Memorial Day (May 27 vs. Mets), Father's Day (June 16 vs. Cubs), Independence Day (July 4 vs. Padres) and Labor Day (Sept. 2 vs. Rockies). The Dodgers will also join Major League Baseball in celebrating Jackie Robinson Day on April 15, when they host the Cincinnati Reds. Fans are also encouraged to visit Dodgers.com/promotions to make sure they don't miss out on a full slate of promotions, including fan-favorite bobblehead nights, fireworks shows and $1 Dodger Dog games. 

Single-game tickets as well as season ticket plans will also be on sale Saturday at Dodger Stadium from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. during FanFest. 

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Dodgers Love L.A. Community Tour presented by Bank of America launches Monday

Week of service opens Monday with Dave Roberts serving as the Grand Marshal of the Kingdom Day Parade

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Dodgers will hold their 16th annual community service week from Monday, Jan. 21-Friday, Jan. 25 during the Dodgers Love L.A. Community Tour presented by Bank of America, the official Bank of the Los Angeles Dodgers. This week of community outreach and fan appreciation will include nine events and feature Dodger players, coaches, alumni and broadcasters as well as Bank of America employee volunteers making visits throughout the Southland. 

This year's Dodgers Love L.A. Community Tour presented by Bank of America highlights the team's commitment to the many different communities it serves, visiting with fans throughout the area from South Los Angeles (Kingdom Day Parade) to West Los Angeles (Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and Bob Hope USO) to Thousand Oaks, where the team will honor the memory of victims and host those affected by the Borderline tragedy for lunch. The Dodgers will also visit City Hall for a special proclamation, host events for the area's brave firefighters and military at Dodger Stadium, surprise and delight at a local Smart & Final and pose for photos with four-legged fans. 

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Dodgers will hold their 16th annual community service week from Monday, Jan. 21-Friday, Jan. 25 during the Dodgers Love L.A. Community Tour presented by Bank of America, the official Bank of the Los Angeles Dodgers. This week of community outreach and fan appreciation will include nine events and feature Dodger players, coaches, alumni and broadcasters as well as Bank of America employee volunteers making visits throughout the Southland. 

This year's Dodgers Love L.A. Community Tour presented by Bank of America highlights the team's commitment to the many different communities it serves, visiting with fans throughout the area from South Los Angeles (Kingdom Day Parade) to West Los Angeles (Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and Bob Hope USO) to Thousand Oaks, where the team will honor the memory of victims and host those affected by the Borderline tragedy for lunch. The Dodgers will also visit City Hall for a special proclamation, host events for the area's brave firefighters and military at Dodger Stadium, surprise and delight at a local Smart & Final and pose for photos with four-legged fans. 

The full schedule is below, with a week of events leading up to the team's annual FanFest presented by Coca-Cola and San Manuel Casino on Saturday, January 26 at Dodger Stadium. Members of the media interested in attending any Dodgers Love L.A. Community Tour presented by Bank of America events should contact the Dodgers' Public Relations department by replying to this email or calling (323) 224-1301.

Monday, January 21
11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Kingdom Day Parade
Dave Roberts will serve as the grand marshal of the 34th annual Kingdom Day Parade. The three-mile route will begin at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Western Avenue and proceed west on King to Crenshaw Boulevard and then south to Vernon Avenue, where a post-parade festival will be held at Leimert Park.
  
Tuesday, January 22  
10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Justin Turner Day at City Hall
In recognition of Justin Turner's impact on the local community, the Los Angeles City Council will proclaim Tuesday, January 22, 2019 as Justin Turner Day in Los Angeles. 
Los Angeles City Hall

12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Enlistment Ceremony
Justin Turner and the Dodgers will host an enlistment and re-enlistment ceremony at Dodger Stadium for all branches of the military. Bank of America volunteers will provide a helping hand and Jason Gietter, U.S. Navy Veteran and Consumer Banking & Merrill Edge Region Executive, will address the enlistees. Following the ceremony, the new enlistees will be treated to lunch.
Dodger Stadium

Wednesday, January 23
11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. California Wildfires First Responders Luncheon/Batting Practice
Dodger players will host over 350 firefighters who battled wildfires in Southern California for lunch and batting practice. In addition, Bank of America executive Garrett Gin will give remarks and will be joined by Bank of America volunteers. 
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2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Smart & Final Surprise
Dodger pitcher Joe Kelly will surprise customers at a local Smart & Final location. 
Contact Dodgers PR for location

Thursday, January 24
2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Blue's Pet Family Photo Day
Joc Pederson will take photos with fans and their dogs, who will receive a Dodger dog t-shirt. Bank of America volunteers will support the event.
Sepulveda Basin Off-Leash Dog Park, 17550 Victory Blvd, Van Nuys, CA 91406

2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. USO Surprise
Austin Barnes, Kiké Hernández and Bank of America volunteers will surprise military members and their families traveling to/from deployment through Los Angeles International Airport's Bob Hope USO, delivering snacks and goodies.
Bob Hope USO at LAX, LAX Theme Building, Los Angeles, CA 90045

Friday, January 25
10:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m. UCLA Health visit at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital
Dodger players (listed below) will visit with patients at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital.
Event restricted to media, footage to be provided to media.

12:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. Dodger players will visit with those affected by the Borderline tragedy in Thousand Oaks, honoring the memory of those lost, comforting survivors and thanking the brave first responders. Midge Campbell-Thomas, Bank of America Market President, Ventura & Santa Barbara Region, will address the gathering, and Bank of America volunteers will provide support.
Lundring Event Center at California Lutheran University, 130 Overton Ct.

Scott Alexander, Matt Beaty, Cody Bellinger, Walker Buehler, J.T. Chargois, Dylan Floro, David Freese, Rocky Gale, Kenta Maeda, Adam McCreery, Edwin Rios, Keibert Ruiz, Dennis Santana, Josh Sborz, Jaime Schultz, Brock Stewart, Ross Stripling, Chris Taylor, Justin Turner, Alex Verdugo and Dave Roberts are expected to attend Friday's events. 

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Dodgers announce 2019 Minor League coaching staffs

On Wednesday, the Los Angeles Dodgers announced the coaching staffs for their minor league affiliates for the 2019 season:

Triple-A Oklahoma City     Season with Dodger Organization (as coach)
Manager - Travis Barbary             25th  
Pitching Coach - Bill Simas             9th 
Hitting Coach - Scott Coolbaugh           1st 
Coach - Jeremy Rodriguez             3rd   

Double-A Tulsa 
Manager - Scott Hennessey             3rd  
Pitching Coach - Dave Borkowski           2nd 
Hitting Coach - Adam Melhuse           2nd  
Coach - Pedro Montero             3rd 

On Wednesday, the Los Angeles Dodgers announced the coaching staffs for their minor league affiliates for the 2019 season:

Triple-A Oklahoma City     Season with Dodger Organization (as coach)
Manager - Travis Barbary             25th  
Pitching Coach - Bill Simas             9th 
Hitting Coach - Scott Coolbaugh           1st 
Coach - Jeremy Rodriguez             3rd   

Double-A Tulsa 
Manager - Scott Hennessey             3rd  
Pitching Coach - Dave Borkowski           2nd 
Hitting Coach - Adam Melhuse           2nd  
Coach - Pedro Montero             3rd 

Single-A Rancho Cucamonga
Manager - Mark Kertenian             3rd 
Pitching Coach - Connor McGuinness           3rd 
Hitting Coach - Dustin Kelly             2nd 
Coach - Elian Herrera             1st 

Single-A Great Lakes
Manager - John Shoemaker             43rd
Pitching Coach - Luis Meza             3rd
Hitting Coach - Justin Viele             3rd
Coach - Jason Bourgeois             1st

Rookie-advanced Ogden
Manager - Austin Chubb             4th
Pitching Coach - Dean Stiles             2nd
Hitting Coach - Seth Conner             2nd
Coach - Cordell Hipolito             1st

Rookie-level AZL Dodgers
Manager - Jair Fernandez             4th
Pitching Coach - Stephanos Stroop           1st
Hitting Coach - Jarek Cunningham           3rd
Coach- Chris Gutierrez             2nd

Dominican Summer League Dodgers
Managers -Keyter Collado/Fumi Ishibashi          7th/9th
Pitching Coaches - Ramon Troncoso/Roberto Giron         2nd/6th
Hitting Coaches - Johermyn Chaves/Sergio Mendez         1st/4th
Coaches - Pedro Mega/Antonio Bautista/Dunior Zerpa       19th/12th/2nd

Two Dodger minor league managers return, while new skippers are in place for Triple-A Oklahoma City, Single-A Rancho Cucamonga, Rookie-advanced Ogden, Rookie-level AZL and the Dominican summer league team. John Shoemaker will manage the Loons in his 43rd season in the Dodger organization, Travis Barbary will become the skipper for the OKC Dodgers, Mark Kertenian will become the manager for the Quakes after leading the AZL Dodgers to the Arizona Rookie League Championship, and Austin Chubb will lead Rookie-advanced Ogden after spending four seasons as one of the Dominican summer league managers.

Barbary enters his first season as the manager for Triple-A Oklahoma City and Bill Simas will remain on the OKC Dodgers staff as pitching coach, while Scott Coolbaugh and Jeremy Rodriguez start their first seasons with OKC. Coolbaugh had a four-year Major League career with Texas, San Diego and St. Louis and the Binghampton, NY native served as hitting coach for the Baltimore Orioles for the last four seasons. Rodriguez, 29, enters his third season with the Dodgers and his first year with OKC after spending the last two seasons as the Ogden skipper. The Southern California native played in parts of five minor league seasons (2011-15) in the San Diego organization after being selected by the Padres in the 16th round of the 2011 Draft out of California State University, Bakersfield.

Hennessey, 48, enters his third season with the Drillers after leading the club to the Texas League Championship for the first time in 20 years last season. Prior to being named the skipper, Hennessey served as an amateur scout in the Dodger organization from 2007 to 2016. Dave Borkowski will also remain on staff as the pitching coach for his second season. Prior to joining the club in 2018, the former Major Leaguer spent the past eight years as a pitching coach in the Astros' system (2010-17) and was also the pitching coach for Peoria in the Arizona Fall League in 2013. Borkowski appeared in 181 big league games (21 starts) over seven seasons, going 13-20 with a 5.87 ERA with the Tigers (1999-2001), the Orioles (2004) and the Astros (2006-08). Adam Melhuse will round out the staff as he joins the club as the newest hitting coach. Melhuse spent 2018 as the hitting coach for OKC, was the manager for the Los Angeles Angels' Single-A Burlington Bees (2016-17) and was an advanced scout with the Chicago Cubs. The Santa Clara, California, native and former UCLA Bruin played eight Major League seasons (2000-08) with the Dodgers, Rockies, Athletics and Rangers, appearing in 311 games and hitting .234 with 24 home runs and 98 RBI.  


Kertenian, 38, enters his third season with the organization and will manage the Single-A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes after managing the AZL Dodgers in 2018 and the Ogden Raptors in 2017. Connor McGuinness returns for his third season as pitching coach with the club while Dustin Kelly returns for his second year as the hitting coach. 

Shoemaker, 62, will embark on his 43rd season in the Los Angeles organization and 26th season as minor league manager. Drafted by the Dodgers in the 35th round of the 1977 draft, Shoemaker has been with the club ever since, as a player (1977-80), manager, coach and coordinator and, in 2015, he was appointed as the Dodgers' "Captain" of Player Development. Meza enters his fourth season with the Dodger organization as a pitching coach and his first year with the Loons after spending 2018 with the AZL Dodgers. Justin Viele enters his third season with the Dodger organization and his first year with Great Lakes. 

Chubb, 29, begins his fourth season with the Dodger organization and his first year at the helm of Rookie-advanced Ogden. Chubb spent the last two seasons as the manager for the DSL Dodgers 2. In 2017, Chubb became the first American manager in the history of Campo Las Palmas and prior to becoming the skipper, he entered the coaching ranks as Rookie-advanced Ogden's hitting coach. Dean Stiles enters his second year with the Dodgers as the pitching coach, and Seth Conner begins his second year coaching with the Dodgers. The 25-year-old Missouri native played five minor league seasons in the Blue Jays organization (2011-14, 16) and posted a .244 batting average with six home runs and 76 RBI in 187 career games.

Jair Fernandez begins his third season with the Dodgers organization and first as a manager for the AZL Dodgers. Fernandez spent the past two seasons with Single-A Great Lakes as the hitting coach. Stroop embarks on his first minor league coaching position after serving as a pitching coach for Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge. Cunningham will enter his third season as the AZL Dodgers hitting coach. He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 18th round of the 2008 First-Year Player Draft out of high school and played eight seasons as second and third baseman.

Collado and Ishibashi enter their seventh and ninth seasons in the Dodger organization, respectively. Giron enters his sixth season as the pitching coach, while former big leaguer Ramon Troncoso returns for his second season as pitching coach. Troncoso spent five years in the Majors (2008-11, 2013), including four seasons with the Dodgers (2008-11), going 8-8 with six saves and posting a 3.92 ERA in 175 relief appearances. Mendez will return for his fourth season, Mega in his 19th season, Zerpa in his second, and Bautista will also return to the Campo Las Palmas staff in 2019.

In 2018, Dodger affiliates posted a .547 (452-374) combined winning percentage, which was the best among MLB clubs, with the club's top six affiliates advancing to the postseason. Double-A Tulsa (Texas League), Single-A Rancho Cucamonga (California League) and the Arizona League Dodgers all won their league championships.

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Dodgers acquire Russell Martin

Four-Time All-Star heads back to Los Angeles, where he starred from 2006-10

LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Dodgers today acquired catcher Russell Martin and cash considerations from the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for minor league right-handed pitcher Andrew Sopko and minor league infielder Ronny Brito. 

Martin, 35, began his big league career as a Dodger in 2006 after being selected by Los Angeles in the 17th round of the 2002 First-Year Player Draft. With the Dodgers, Martin was an All-Star in 2007 and 2008 and helped lead the club to three Postseason appearances in his five seasons. The upcoming season will be Martin's 14th in the Major Leagues and he owns a career slashline of .249/.349/.399 with 185 homers and 751 RBI with the Dodgers (2006-10), Yankees (2011-12), Pirates (2013-14) and Blue Jays (2015-18). 

LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Dodgers today acquired catcher Russell Martin and cash considerations from the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for minor league right-handed pitcher Andrew Sopko and minor league infielder Ronny Brito. 

Martin, 35, began his big league career as a Dodger in 2006 after being selected by Los Angeles in the 17th round of the 2002 First-Year Player Draft. With the Dodgers, Martin was an All-Star in 2007 and 2008 and helped lead the club to three Postseason appearances in his five seasons. The upcoming season will be Martin's 14th in the Major Leagues and he owns a career slashline of .249/.349/.399 with 185 homers and 751 RBI with the Dodgers (2006-10), Yankees (2011-12), Pirates (2013-14) and Blue Jays (2015-18). 

Overall, Martin's teams have made the Postseason nine times in 13 years and he has caught 1,519 games (1,455 starts), which ranks third among active players, trailing just Yadier Molina (1,836) and Brian McCann (1,529). He won both the Silver Slugger and Gold Glove awards in 2007, and in 2013 and 2014, he was named the Wilson Defensive Catcher of the Year.  
 
In 2018, Martin made 89 starts behind the plate and at third base for the Blue Jays, slashing .194/.338/.325 with 10 home runs and 35 RBI. 

Sopko, 24, was selected by the Dodgers in the seventh round of the 2015 MLB Draft from Gonzaga and has a career 27-17 minor league record with a 3.61 ERA (158 ER/394.1 IP) and 363 strikeouts against 112 walks over four minor league seasons. 
 
Brito, 19, signed with the Dodgers as an international free agent from the Dominican Republic on July 2, 2015 and has a career minor league slashline of .259/.339/.418 with 15 homers and 104 RBIs over three minor league seasons. 

The Dodgers currently have 39 players on their 40-man roster.

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Dodgers acquire Jaime Schultz

The Los Angeles Dodgers today acquired right-handed pitcher Jaime Schultz from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for minor league right-handed pitcher Caleb Sampen.

Schultz made 22 appearances (one start) with the Rays in 2018, going 2-2 with a 5.64 ERA (19 ER/30.1 IP) while striking out 35 batters against 17 walks. In six minor league seasons, the Albany, New York native has a record of 22-17 with a 3.57 ERA (169 ER/425.2 IP) while limiting hitters to a .230 batting average. The 27-year-old was originally selected by the Rays in the 14th round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft out of High Point (NC) University.

The Los Angeles Dodgers today acquired right-handed pitcher Jaime Schultz from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for minor league right-handed pitcher Caleb Sampen.

Schultz made 22 appearances (one start) with the Rays in 2018, going 2-2 with a 5.64 ERA (19 ER/30.1 IP) while striking out 35 batters against 17 walks. In six minor league seasons, the Albany, New York native has a record of 22-17 with a 3.57 ERA (169 ER/425.2 IP) while limiting hitters to a .230 batting average. The 27-year-old was originally selected by the Rays in the 14th round of the 2013 First-Year Player Draft out of High Point (NC) University.

Sampen, 22, pitched in 13 games (11 starts) for Rookie-level Ogden in 2018, where he went 0-2 with a 5.04 ERA (17 ER/30.1 IP), striking out 43 batters and issuing nine walks. He was selected by the Dodgers in the 20th round of the 2018 First-Year Player Draft.

The Dodgers currently have 38 players on their 40-man roster.

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2019 Camelback Ranch - Glendale single-game tickets on sale Monday

Tickets for all Spring Training games at Camelback Ranch-Glendale available online or by phone

Camelback Ranch-Glendale (CR-G), beginning its second decade as the spring home of the defending National League champion Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox, announces single-game tickets for 2019 go on sale online and by phone at 9:00 a.m. PT on Monday, January 7.

To order single-game tickets online, visit dodgers.com/spring, whitesox.com/spring or camelbackranchbaseball.com.

Camelback Ranch-Glendale (CR-G), beginning its second decade as the spring home of the defending National League champion Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox, announces single-game tickets for 2019 go on sale online and by phone at 9:00 a.m. PT on Monday, January 7.

To order single-game tickets online, visit dodgers.com/spring, whitesox.com/spring or camelbackranchbaseball.com.

To order single-game tickets by phone, call 800-905-3315.

Single-game tickets start at just $10 per game, and fans save by purchasing single-game tickets in advance.

Season Tickets, Suites, Mini-Plans & Groups - Season tickets and mini-plans plus group tickets, including suites, the Budweiser Legends Deck and All-You-Can-Eat Patio, remain available for purchase. Visit CamelbackRanchBaseball.com or call the CR-G ticket office (623-302-5099).

Budweiser Legends Deck - At 17 Feature and Premium priced games, ballpark food and non-alcoholic beverages are included with the game ticket in the fully shaded Budweiser Legends Deck. The inclusive experience features a deluxe menu served when the stadium opens until the end of the sixth inning. Snacks, soft drinks and bottled water are available throughout those games.

Discounted Tickets for Military & Seniors - CR-G offers discounted tickets for active/retired military and seniors for all Sunday-Wednesday games based on availability. Discounted tickets only are available on game day at the box office.

Kids Run The Bases on Sundays - Children 12 and under receive a lawn seat to all Sunday games for just $5 based on availability. There is a limit of four (4) discounted lawn seats for each full-price adult ticket. The $5 lawn tickets are available on game day only at the ticket office. Following the game, Kids Run the Bases!

Seniors Stroll the Bases - Seniors can stroll the bases following every Thursday game.

Schedule - CR-G hosts a 30-game schedule in 2019 that features Cactus League baseball daily at The Ranch beginning Saturday, February 23 and concluding Sunday, March 24.

The Dodgers and White Sox face each other four times, beginning with their traditional Opening Day meeting at 1:05 p.m. on Saturday, February 23. Their three other meetings are Wednesday, March 13 (7:05 p.m.) and the schedule's final two Saturdays (March 16 and 23).

The hometown Arizona Diamondbacks visit CR-G twice as do the Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Angels and San Francisco Giants, rivals of the White Sox and Dodgers. The D-backs play at Camelback Ranch on Wednesday, March 20 (White Sox) and Friday, March 22 (Dodgers). The Cubs travel to Glendale to challenge the Dodgers on Monday, February 25 and the White Sox on Friday, March 15. The Angels and Dodgers tangle on Sunday, February 24; the Halos visit The Ranch again on Monday, March 4 to face the White Sox. And the Giants visit The Ranch on consecutive Mondays (March 11 and 18) to square off with the Dodgers and White Sox, respectively.

Rounding out the 2019 slate of games at CR-G are appearances by the Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians, Colorado Rockies, Kansas City Royals, Milwaukee Brewers, Oakland Athletics, San Diego Padres, Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers.

Parking - Parking is always free at Camelback Ranch-Glendale.

Box Office Hours - Single-game tickets also will be available for purchase at the Camelback Ranch-Glendale ticket office beginning at 10 a.m. on Monday, February 4. Ticket office hours prior to Opening Day are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. from Monday-Saturday. On game days, the ticket office remains open for 30 minutes following the conclusion of play.

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Dodgers acquire Jeter Downs, Josiah Gray and Homer Bailey in seven-player trade

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Dodgers today acquired minor league infielder Jeter Downs, minor league right-handed pitcher Josiah Gray and right-handed pitcher Homer Bailey from the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for catcher/infielder Kyle Farmer, outfielders Matt Kemp and Yasiel Puig, left-handed pitcher Alex Wood and cash considerations.

Downs, 20, was the Reds' first-round pick (No. 32 overall) in the 2017 First-Year Player draft and last year spent his entire season at Single-A Dayton, where he hit .257 with 13 homers, 23 doubles, 47 RBI and 37 stolen bases in 120 games. Last season, Downs appeared in 73 games at second base (71 starts) and 43 at shortstop (41 starts). The native of Colombia played his high school baseball in Miami Gardens, FL.

LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Dodgers today acquired minor league infielder Jeter Downs, minor league right-handed pitcher Josiah Gray and right-handed pitcher Homer Bailey from the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for catcher/infielder Kyle Farmer, outfielders Matt Kemp and Yasiel Puig, left-handed pitcher Alex Wood and cash considerations.

Downs, 20, was the Reds' first-round pick (No. 32 overall) in the 2017 First-Year Player draft and last year spent his entire season at Single-A Dayton, where he hit .257 with 13 homers, 23 doubles, 47 RBI and 37 stolen bases in 120 games. Last season, Downs appeared in 73 games at second base (71 starts) and 43 at shortstop (41 starts). The native of Colombia played his high school baseball in Miami Gardens, FL.

Gray, who turned 21 today, was Cincinnati's second round selection (No. 72 overall) in last year's draft. The right-hander spent his first year of professional baseball at Rookie-level Greenville in the Appalachian League and went 2-2 with a 2.58 ERA (15 ER/52.1 IP) in 12 starts. Gray struck out 59 batters and walked just 17 while posting a WHIP of 0.88. The New Rochelle, NY native attended LeMoyne college in Syracuse, NY.

Bailey, 32, was 1-14 with a 6.09 ERA last season in 20 starts for the Reds. In his career, the Texas native is 67-77 with a 4.56 ERA in 212 starts, all with Cincinnati.

Farmer, 28, was drafted by the Dodgers in 2013 out of the University of Georgia and made his Major League debut on July 30, 2017. In two seasons with Los Angeles, Farmer hit .250 (22-for-88) in 59 games, primarily at third base.

Kemp, 34, hit .290 with 25 homers and 85 RBI in 146 games last year, his first as a Dodger since playing in Los Angeles from 2006-14. Kemp was named to his third All-Star team in 2018 and homered in Game 1 of the 2018 World Series at Fenway Park.

Puig, 28, has spent his entire career in Los Angeles after being signed out of Cuba in 2012. The power-hitting right fielder hit .267 with 23 homers, 63 RBI and 15 stolen bases during the 2018 campaign, his sixth as a Dodger. In his career, Puig has batted .279 with 108 home runs and 331 RBI, while playing primarily right field. He finished second in the NL Rookie of the Year vote in 2013 and was named to his only All-Star team in 2014.

Wood, 27, was acquired by the Dodgers just before the 2015 trade deadline and went 31-20 with a 3.46 ERA (167 ER/434.2 IP) in 86 games (74 starts) for Los Angeles. He was named to his first All-Star team in 2017 and finished that season going 16-3 with a 2.72 ERA. He started Game 4 of the 2017 World Series and allowed just one run in 7.2 innings in two games during that Fall Classic vs. Houston. The North Carolina native pitched out of the bullpen for the Dodgers during the 2015 and 2018 Postseasons.

The Dodgers 40-man roster now stands at 38 players.

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Dodgers welcome Tim Neverett to broadcast team

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced the addition of Tim Neverett to their broadcast team on Monday. Neverett will call a select number of Dodger games on both television and radio, handling play-by-play duties on SportsNet LA during Joe Davis's national assignments and on AM 570 in place of Charley Steiner, who requested to cut back on his broadcast schedule. 

"We're excited to welcome Tim to our broadcast team, and know Dodger fans will appreciate his knowledge, passion and insight on the air," said Lon Rosen, Dodger Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. "The Dodgers are also thrilled that Charley will continue to be part of the team's broadcasts for years to come. We think the addition of Tim along with Charley, Joe and our talented group of analysts and reporters will continue to treat Dodger fans to one of the best broadcasts in baseball."

The Los Angeles Dodgers announced the addition of Tim Neverett to their broadcast team on Monday. Neverett will call a select number of Dodger games on both television and radio, handling play-by-play duties on SportsNet LA during Joe Davis's national assignments and on AM 570 in place of Charley Steiner, who requested to cut back on his broadcast schedule. 

"We're excited to welcome Tim to our broadcast team, and know Dodger fans will appreciate his knowledge, passion and insight on the air," said Lon Rosen, Dodger Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. "The Dodgers are also thrilled that Charley will continue to be part of the team's broadcasts for years to come. We think the addition of Tim along with Charley, Joe and our talented group of analysts and reporters will continue to treat Dodger fans to one of the best broadcasts in baseball."

The 52-year-old Neverett served as the radio play-by-play voice of the Boston Red Sox for the past three seasons following a seven-year stint as the radio and television play-by-play announcer for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Before joining the Pirates, Neverett spent four years working for FSN Rocky Mountain, including as a studio host for Colorado Rockies games during the 2008 season. He also served the network as a play-by-play announcer for Rockies games, college football, basketball, hockey, lacrosse, arena football, and track and field. In addition, Neverett hosted talk shows for both the nationally syndicated Sporting News Radio Network and ESPN 560 in Denver, Colorado, where he was named the 2005 Best Radio Sports-Talk Host by Westword magazine. Prior to his time in Denver, Neverett lived in Las Vegas, calling games on radio and TV for the Padres' and Dodgers' Triple-A teams as well as Las Vegas' International Hockey League team and the UNLV baseball and football teams. Neverett, who began his broadcasting career in 1985 with Pittsburgh's Double-A affiliate Nashua, also called baseball, softball, basketball, and soccer as well as hockey and skiing during four Olympic Games from 2002-2008. 

"I am honored and humbled to have the opportunity to join such an established and talented group of radio and television broadcasters, as well as the gifted production personnel with the Dodgers," said Neverett. "My family and I are thrilled to be able to be part of the Dodger family and be back in the National League. I am very much looking forward to getting started, renewing old acquaintances and making new ones."

The Dodgers also agreed to a contract extension through the 2021 season with Steiner, who is entering his 15th season as the club's play-by-play announcer. 

"I am thankful to Mark, Stan, Tucker and Lon for their understanding of my desire to cut back on my schedule and extending my contract to allow me to continue doing what I love," said Steiner. "Father Time, Mother Nature, and the road have never lost a battle. I'm just trying to keep pace with those three, and hopefully getting to call the final out of the Dodgers' next championship. Tim will be a great addition to the Dodger broadcast, and I am so thrilled to have him join the Dodger family."

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Dodgers reach multi-year agreement with Dave Roberts

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced that Dave Roberts has agreed to a four-year contract to manage club through 2022. The announcement was made by Dodger President, Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman.   

"Keeping Doc as our leader on the field was a top priority this offseason and now that we've accomplished that we are excited to collectively shift all of our focus to doing all we can to bring a World Championship to our passionate fans," said Friedman.  

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced that Dave Roberts has agreed to a four-year contract to manage club through 2022. The announcement was made by Dodger President, Baseball Operations Andrew Friedman.   

"Keeping Doc as our leader on the field was a top priority this offseason and now that we've accomplished that we are excited to collectively shift all of our focus to doing all we can to bring a World Championship to our passionate fans," said Friedman.  

Roberts, 46, has piloted the Dodgers since 2016, leading the club to three consecutive National League West division titles and back-to-back NL pennants in 2017 and 2018. Following his first season managing the Dodgers in 2016, he was named the National League Manager of the Year and last year became the first Dodger skipper to lead the club to the World Series in consecutive seasons since Tommy Lasorda in 1977 and '78. In 2017, the club won 104 games, tying the franchise record for victories in a season. Since joining Los Angeles, Roberts is 287-200 (.589) overall and his 287 wins are tied for the fourth most all-time among skippers in their first three full seasons. He is also the first Los Angeles Dodger manager to lead the club to the Postseason in each of his first three years.   

"When I was hired to lead this team three years ago, I said at the time that managing the Dodgers is truly the opportunity of a lifetime and I feel the exact same way today," said Roberts. "We've worked hard to develop a team and culture that will put us in position to win the World Series every season, but we still have yet to achieve our ultimate goal and that is what drives me each day. I want to thank Andrew, Stan Kasten and our outstanding ownership group for believing in me and keeping me in Dodger Blue, a uniform I'm so proud to wear." 

Roberts, who is of African-American and Japanese descent, became the Dodgers' first-ever minority manager and the 10th manager in L.A. history on Nov. 23, 2015. He is the fourth L.A. Dodger manager to play and manage for the franchise, joining Tommy Lasorda, Bill Russell and Glenn Hoffman. As a player, Roberts was the Dodgers' starting center fielder from 2002-04, but is best known for his dramatic steal of second base in the ninth inning of Game 4 of the 2004 ALCS for the Red Sox against the Yankees, which ignited Boston's historic comeback from a 3-0 series deficit. 

Roberts grew up in the San Diego area and graduated from UCLA, where he played baseball from 1991-94 and became the Bruins' all-time stolen bases leader (109). He and his wife, Tricia live in Southern California with their son, Cole, and daughter, Emmerson.  

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Dodgers announce 2019 coaching staff

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced their Major League coaches for the 2019 season, with pitching coach Rick Honeycutt (14th season), bench coach Bob Geren (fourth season), first base coach George Lombard (fourth season), bullpen coach Mark Prior (second season) and hitting coach Brant Brown (second season) all returning with Dino Ebel joining the field staff as the third base coach, Robert Van Scoyoc as hitting coach, Aaron Bates as assistant hitting coach and Chris Gimenez as the game planning coach.

Dave Roberts - Manager (fourth season)

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced their Major League coaches for the 2019 season, with pitching coach Rick Honeycutt (14th season), bench coach Bob Geren (fourth season), first base coach George Lombard (fourth season), bullpen coach Mark Prior (second season) and hitting coach Brant Brown (second season) all returning with Dino Ebel joining the field staff as the third base coach, Robert Van Scoyoc as hitting coach, Aaron Bates as assistant hitting coach and Chris Gimenez as the game planning coach.

Dave Roberts - Manager (fourth season)

Bob Geren - Bench Coach (fourth season)

Rick Honeycutt - Pitching Coach (14th season)

Robert Van Scoyoc - Hitting Coach (first season)

Brant Brown -Hitting Strategist (second season)

George Lombard - First Base Coach (fourth season)

Dino Ebel - Third Base Coach (first season)

Mark Prior - Bullpen Coach (second season)

Aaron Bates - Assistant Hitting Coach (first season)

Chris Gimenez - Game Planning Coach (first season)

Ebel, 52, returns to the Dodger organization as the third base coach following 14 seasons in the Angels' organization, including spending nine seasons as the third base coach on the Major League Staff (2006-14, '18) and four seasons as the bench coach (2005, 2015-17). Last year, Ebel was also the Angels outfield coach, a position he held previously from 2011-15, and in 2017 he handled infield coaching duties as well. Ebel joined the Angels organization in 2005 as the manager for Triple-A Salt Lake following 17 seasons with the Dodgers as a Minor League player, coach and manager. He started his coaching career in 1991, serving as a player-coach with Single-A Bakersfield until 1994. He then held the same role with Single-A San Bernadino in 1995 and then became a full-time coach in 1996. Ebel began his managerial career in 1997 with Single-A San Bernardino, then was the skipper for Rookie-level Great Falls in 1998, Single-A Yakima in 1999, once again for Single-A San Bernadino in 2000, then Single-A Wilmington in 2001 and was the manager for Double-A Jacksonville from 2002-04.

Prior to joining the coaching ranks, Ebel played six professional seasons with the Dodger organization after signing with the club in 1988 as a free agent. The infielder posted a career .255 batting average and a .331 on-base percentage, while also being named Gulf Coast League Player of the Year in his rookie season in 1988 with Rookie-level Sarasota.

Van Scoyoc (pronounced scoy-ak), 32, takes over as one of Los Angeles' hitting coaches after spending last season with the Diamondbacks' organization. This appointment will mark Van Scoyoc's first time on a coaching staff at the Major League level and returns to the Dodger organization after spending 2016-17 as the club's hitting consultant. The Santa Clarita Valley native has worked with Major League hitters as a private hitting instructor since 2011, most notably with two-time All-Star and three-time Silver Slugger award winner J.D. Martinez and Dodger infielder/outfielder Chris Taylor.

Bates, 34, is in his fifth season with the Dodger organization and will be appointed assistant hitting coach for the Major League club, his first time on a big league staff. In addition to his responsibilities at the Major League level, Bates will be involved with the development of the organizations' Minor League hitters. Following his playing career, Bates began his coaching career in 2015 as the Rookie-level AZL Dodgers hitting coach for two seasons. In 2017 he was the hitting coach with Single-A Great Lakes and last season he spent time as the organization's assistant hitting coordinator. Bates was selected by the Boston Red Sox in the third round of the 2006 draft out of North Carolina State University and spent eight seasons (2006-14) in the Minor Leagues as an outfielder in the Red Sox, Twins, Cardinals and Dodger organizations. He posted a .278 career batting average with 77 home runs and 358 RBI and also appeared in five big league games with Boston in 2009 in his only Major League action.

Gimenez, 35, joins the Dodgers as the game planning coach following a 10-year big league career with the Indians (2009-10, '14, '16), Mariners (2011), Rays (2012-13), Rangers (2014-15), Twins (2017-18) and Cubs (2018). Gimenez was drafted by Cleveland in the 19th round of the 2004 draft out of the University of Nevada-Reno and posted a .218 career batting average with 24 home runs and 89 RBI over 391 career Major League games. He spent the majority of his career as a catcher, appearing in 292 career games, but also saw time at first base, third base, left field and right field, while also making 10 pitching appearances.

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Dodgers acquire Adam McCreery

The Los Angeles Dodgers today acquired left-handed pitcher Adam McCreery from the Atlanta Braves in exchange for cash considerations.  

McCreery, 25, made one appearance with the Braves last season, making his Major League debut on Aug. 9 at Washington. The Southern California native split the majority of the year at Double-A Mississippi and Triple-A Gwinnett, where he combined to go 2-5 with a 3.62 ERA (22 ER/54.2 IP) in 42 games. The 6-foot-9 southpaw also struck out 71 batters in 54.2 innings while limiting hitters to a .242 average. 

The Los Angeles Dodgers today acquired left-handed pitcher Adam McCreery from the Atlanta Braves in exchange for cash considerations.  

McCreery, 25, made one appearance with the Braves last season, making his Major League debut on Aug. 9 at Washington. The Southern California native split the majority of the year at Double-A Mississippi and Triple-A Gwinnett, where he combined to go 2-5 with a 3.62 ERA (22 ER/54.2 IP) in 42 games. The 6-foot-9 southpaw also struck out 71 batters in 54.2 innings while limiting hitters to a .242 average. 

McCreery was originally selected by the Angels in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft and has gone 8-10 with nine saves and a 3.42 ERA in 133 relief appearances for six different teams in the Angels and Braves' organizations. In his five-year Minor League career, McCreery has struck out 243 batters in 189.2 innings pitched.    

To create room on the 40-man roster, the Dodgers designated relief pitcher Pat Venditte for assignment.

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Dodgers announce 2019 promotional schedule

Team also unveils season ticket plan options that include opportunities for Opening Day, bobblehead giveaways and popular Friday Night Fireworks

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced their promotional schedule and unveiled the team's season tickets options for the 2019 season. A total of 53 games will feature a promotion or event (full special event calendar to be announced at a later date), starting with the Dodgers' nationally-televised Opening Day game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Thursday, March 28 at 1:10 p.m.

In addition to hosting marquee matchups against the Yankees, Cubs, Giants and Angels, the Dodgers' home schedule will feature 12 bobblehead giveaway dates, the return of Friday Night Fireworks, the annual Alumni Game (June 1 vs. Phillies), and Kids Run the Bases following most Sunday home games. Dodger Stadium will be the place to be during the summer holidays in 2019, and the team will have themed events or promotions with home games on Mother's Day (May 12 vs. Nationals), Memorial Day (May 27 vs. Mets), Father's Day (June 16 vs. Cubs), Independence Day (July 4 vs. Padres) and Labor Day (Sept. 2 vs. Rockies). The Dodgers will also join Major League Baseball in celebrating Jackie Robinson Day on April 15, when they will give away a No. 42 Robinson jersey and host the Cincinnati Reds. The full promotional schedule, which additionally features $1 Dodger Dog games and t-shirt giveaways, can be viewed at Dodgers.com/promotions.

The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced their promotional schedule and unveiled the team's season tickets options for the 2019 season. A total of 53 games will feature a promotion or event (full special event calendar to be announced at a later date), starting with the Dodgers' nationally-televised Opening Day game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Thursday, March 28 at 1:10 p.m.

In addition to hosting marquee matchups against the Yankees, Cubs, Giants and Angels, the Dodgers' home schedule will feature 12 bobblehead giveaway dates, the return of Friday Night Fireworks, the annual Alumni Game (June 1 vs. Phillies), and Kids Run the Bases following most Sunday home games. Dodger Stadium will be the place to be during the summer holidays in 2019, and the team will have themed events or promotions with home games on Mother's Day (May 12 vs. Nationals), Memorial Day (May 27 vs. Mets), Father's Day (June 16 vs. Cubs), Independence Day (July 4 vs. Padres) and Labor Day (Sept. 2 vs. Rockies). The Dodgers will also join Major League Baseball in celebrating Jackie Robinson Day on April 15, when they will give away a No. 42 Robinson jersey and host the Cincinnati Reds. The full promotional schedule, which additionally features $1 Dodger Dog games and t-shirt giveaways, can be viewed at Dodgers.com/promotions.

The best way to take advantage of these exciting matchups and promotions is with season tickets, and the team is offering full and half season plans in addition to four unique 20-game packages:

  • Weekend 20-Game Plan
    • 15 Friday/Saturday/Sunday Games
    • Six Fireworks Nights
    • Option to add Opening Day tickets
  • Collector's 20-Game Plan
    • Eight Bobblehead Games
    • Two Apparel Item Giveaway Games
    • Option to add Opening Day tickets
  • Marquee 20-Game Plan
    • Yankees, Cubs and 12 Divisional Games
    • Two Bobblehead Games
    • Option to add Opening Day tickets
  • Family 20-Game Plan
    • 14 Friday/Saturday/Sunday Games
    • Five Firework Nights & Mother's and Father's Day Experiences
    • Option to add Opening Day tickets

Full season, half season and 20-game plans include merchandise discounts, early entry for regular season games and the ability to purchase Postseason tickets. More information on all the Dodgers' season ticket offerings, including 20 and 10-game Flex Plans, can be found at Dodgers.com/SeasonTickets.

2019 Dodger Promotional Schedule

 

DATE

DAY

OPPONENT

PROMOTION

 
 

3/28

THURSDAY

DIAMONDBACKS

OPENING DAY 

 

3/29

FRIDAY

DIAMONDBACKS

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

3/30

SATURDAY

DIAMONDBACKS

BOBBLEHEAD

 

3/31

SUNDAY

DIAMONDBACKS

KIDS RUN THE BASES 

 

4/1

MONDAY

GIANTS

$1 DODGER DOGS

 

4/2

TUESDAY

GIANTS

 

 

4/3

WEDNESDAY

GIANTS

HOODED SWEATSHIRT

 

4/12

FRIDAY

BREWERS

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

4/13

SATURDAY

BREWERS

BOBBLEHEAD

 

4/14

SUNDAY

BREWERS

KIDS RUN THE BASES 

 

4/15

MONDAY

REDS

JACKIE ROBINSON JERSEY

 

4/16

TUESDAY

REDS

 

 

4/17

WEDNESDAY

REDS

 

 

4/26

FRIDAY

PIRATES

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

4/27

SATURDAY

PIRATES

BOBBLEHEAD

 

4/28

SUNDAY

PIRATES

KIDS RUN THE BASES

 

5/6

MONDAY

BRAVES

 

 

5/7

TUESDAY

BRAVES

$1 DODGER DOGS

 

5/8

WEDNESDAY

BRAVES

 

 

5/9

THURSDAY

NATIONALS

BOBBLEHEAD

 

5/10

FRIDAY

NATIONALS

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

5/11

SATURDAY

NATIONALS

APPAREL ITEM

 

5/12

SUNDAY

NATIONALS

MOTHER'S DAY ITEM & KIDS RUN THE BASES

 

5/14

TUESDAY

PADRES

 

 

5/15

WEDNESDAY

PADRES

 

 

5/27

MONDAY

METS

 

 

5/28

TUESDAY

METS

$1 DODGER DOGS

 

5/29

WEDNESDAY

METS

 

 

5/30

THURSDAY

METS

BOBBLEHEAD

 

5/31

FRIDAY

PHILLIES

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

6/1

SATURDAY

PHILLIES

ALUMNI GAME ITEM

 

6/2

SUNDAY

PHILLIES

KIDS RUN THE BASES 

 

6/13

THURSDAY

CUBS

BOBBLEHEAD

 

6/14

FRIDAY

CUBS

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

6/15

SATURDAY

CUBS

 

 

6/16

SUNDAY

CUBS

FATHER'S DAY CATCH ON THE FIELD

 

6/17

MONDAY

GIANTS

 

 

6/18

TUESDAY

GIANTS

BOBBLEHEAD

 

6/19

WEDNESDAY

GIANTS

 

 

6/20

THURSDAY

GIANTS

SUMMER ITEM

 

6/21

FRIDAY

ROCKIES

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

6/22

SATURDAY

ROCKIES

PLAYER T-SHIRT

 

6/23

SUNDAY

ROCKIES

KIDS RUN THE BASES

 

7/2

TUESDAY

DIAMONDBACKS

 

 

7/3

WEDNESDAY

DIAMONDBACKS

 

 

7/4

THURSDAY

PADRES

HOLIDAY FIREWORKS

 

7/5

FRIDAY

PADRES

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

7/6

SATURDAY

PADRES

PLAYER JERSEY

 

7/7

SUNDAY

PADRES

KIDS RUN THE BASES 

 

7/19

FRIDAY

MARLINS

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

7/20

SATURDAY

MARLINS

BOBBLEHEAD

 

7/21

SUNDAY

MARLINS

KIDS RUN THE BASES

 

7/23

TUESDAY

ANGELS

 

 

7/24

WEDNESDAY

ANGELS

 

 

8/1

THURSDAY

PADRES

 

 

8/2

FRIDAY

PADRES

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

8/3

SATURDAY

PADRES

 

 

8/4

SUNDAY

PADRES

 

 

8/5

MONDAY

CARDINALS

BOBBLEHEAD

 

8/6

TUESDAY

CARDINALS

 

 

8/7

WEDNESDAY

CARDINALS

 

 

8/9

FRIDAY

DIAMONDBACKS

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

8/10

SATURDAY

DIAMONDBACKS

 

 

8/11

SUNDAY

DIAMONDBACKS

KIDS BACKPACK

 

8/20

TUESDAY

BLUE JAYS

 

 

8/21

WEDNESDAY

BLUE JAYS

CAP

 

8/22

THURSDAY

BLUE JAYS

BOBBLEHEAD

 

8/23

FRIDAY

YANKEES

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

8/24

SATURDAY

YANKEES

 

 

9/2

MONDAY

ROCKIES

 

 

9/3

TUESDAY

ROCKIES

 

 

9/4

WEDNESDAY

ROCKIES

BOBBLEHEAD

 

9/6

FRIDAY

GIANTS

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

9/7

SATURDAY

GIANTS

 

 

9/8

SUNDAY

GIANTS

 

 

9/17

TUESDAY

RAYS

BOBBLEHEAD

 

9/18

WEDNESDAY

RAYS

 

 

9/20

FRIDAY

ROCKIES

FRIDAY NIGHT FIREWORKS

 

9/21

SATURDAY

ROCKIES

LA GRAN FIESTA

 

9/22

SUNDAY

ROCKIES

FAN APPRECIATION DAY

 

 

Giveaways are limited to 40,000 items (12,000 items for kids giveaways), unless otherwise noted and while supplies last at the guest's point of entry. Only one giveaway item per person will be given to the bearer of the ticket upon entering the stadium. Schedule subject to change without notice.

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