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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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Dodgers select contracts of Alvarez, Beaty, Rios, Ruiz and Sborz

The Los Angeles Dodgers selected the contracts of right-handed pitcher Yadier Alvarez, infielder Matt Beaty, infielder Edwin Ríos, catcher Keibert Ruiz and right-handed pitcher Josh Sborz on Tuesday.

Alvarez, 22, spent the majority of the 2018 campaign with Double-A Tulsa, going 1-2 with a 4.66 ERA (25 ER/48.1 IP) in 17 games (eight starts) and was also selected to the Texas League Mid-Season All-Star team. The hard-throwing right-hander also struck out 52 batters in 48.1 innings with the Drillers and limited the opposition to a .211 average. The native of Cuba, who was signed as a non-drafted free agent on July 2, 2015 by the Dodgers, has posted a 9-11 record with a 3.83 ERA in 54 career games (42 starts) over three professional seasons.

The Los Angeles Dodgers selected the contracts of right-handed pitcher Yadier Alvarez, infielder Matt Beaty, infielder Edwin Ríos, catcher Keibert Ruiz and right-handed pitcher Josh Sborz on Tuesday.

Alvarez, 22, spent the majority of the 2018 campaign with Double-A Tulsa, going 1-2 with a 4.66 ERA (25 ER/48.1 IP) in 17 games (eight starts) and was also selected to the Texas League Mid-Season All-Star team. The hard-throwing right-hander also struck out 52 batters in 48.1 innings with the Drillers and limited the opposition to a .211 average. The native of Cuba, who was signed as a non-drafted free agent on July 2, 2015 by the Dodgers, has posted a 9-11 record with a 3.83 ERA in 54 career games (42 starts) over three professional seasons.

Beaty, 25, posted a .277/.378/.406 slashline with 10 doubles, one home run and 12 RBI in 31 games with Triple-A Oklahoma City in 2018. The corner infielder saw majority of his time at first base (16 games) with the OKC Dodgers, but also played in four games at third base and four games at second base along with appearing in five games in left field. Beaty, who was a 12th round draft pick by the Dodgers in the 2015 First-Year Player Draft out of Belmont University, has posted a career .309 batting average with 79 doubles, three triples, 31 home runs and 199 RBI in 342 games over four professional seasons.

Ríos, 24, appeared in 88 games with Triple-A Oklahoma City last year and posted a .304/.355/.482 slashline with 25 doubles, 10 homers and 55 RBI. Defensively, he spent majority of the season at third base (38 games), but also saw time at first base (28 games) and in left field (17 games). In 346 career games over four professional seasons, Ríos has batted .302 with 92 doubles, 64 home runs and 235 RBI along with a .879 OPS. He was selected in the sixth round of the 2015 First-Year Player Draft out of Florida International University.

Ruiz, 20, spent the entire season with Double-A Tulsa and hit .268 with 14 doubles, 12 home runs and 47 RBI in 101 games. The switch-hitting backstop appeared in 86 games (85 starts) behind the plate, posting a .995 fielding percentage (4 ER/740.1 INN) and throwing out 26% of would-be base stealers (25/90). The Venezuelan native, who is ranked as the Dodgers No. 2 prospect by MLB.com, has posted a career .309/.357/.401 slashline with 67 doubles, six triples, 23 homers and 165 RBI in 302 games over four professional seasons. He was signed as a non-drafted free agent on July 20, 2014.

Sborz, 24, split last season with Double-A Tulsa and Triple-A Oklahoma City, combining to go 4-2 with six saves and posting a 3.88 ERA (23 ER/53.1 IP) in 46 relief appearances as he made his transition into the bullpen. The right-hander, who was selected in the Competitive Balance Round B (74th overall) of the 2015 First-Year Player Draft out of the University of Virginia, has appeared in 113 career games (46 starts) over four professionals seasons, going 20-17 with a 3.35 ERA and has collected nine saves.

To create room on the 40-man roster, the Dodgers designated right-handed pitcher Erik Goeddel, left-handed pitcher Zac Rosscup and infielder/outfielder Tim Locastro for assignment, while also giving right-handed pitcher Tom Koehler his unconditional release.

The Dodgers have a complete 40-man roster.

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Dodgers' Pop-Up Museum presented by Mastercard returns Saturday

Unique exhibit to celebrate Jackie Robinson's upcoming 100th birthday and inaugural class of inductees into the Legends of Dodger Baseball

The Los Angeles Dodgers will host their third annual Pop-Up Museum presented by Mastercard beginning this Saturday, Nov. 24 on the Left Field Reserve. Tickets for the museum, which will run through February 2019, are available now at Dodgers.com/Museum.

This unique experience will celebrate the life and legacy of Jackie Robinson in honor of his upcoming 100th birthday as well as the Dodgers' inaugural class of inductees into the Legends of Dodger Baseball: Don Newcombe, Steve Garvey and Fernando Valenzuela. Starting in 2019, the team will induct Dodger greats into the Legends of Dodger Baseball in recognition of their impact on the franchise, both on and off the field. The pieces on display at the pop-up museum will come from Gary Cypres' world-renowned sports memorabilia collection as well as items on loan from the players' personal archives. 

The Los Angeles Dodgers will host their third annual Pop-Up Museum presented by Mastercard beginning this Saturday, Nov. 24 on the Left Field Reserve. Tickets for the museum, which will run through February 2019, are available now at Dodgers.com/Museum.

This unique experience will celebrate the life and legacy of Jackie Robinson in honor of his upcoming 100th birthday as well as the Dodgers' inaugural class of inductees into the Legends of Dodger Baseball: Don Newcombe, Steve Garvey and Fernando Valenzuela. Starting in 2019, the team will induct Dodger greats into the Legends of Dodger Baseball in recognition of their impact on the franchise, both on and off the field. The pieces on display at the pop-up museum will come from Gary Cypres' world-renowned sports memorabilia collection as well as items on loan from the players' personal archives. 

Exhibit highlights include:

• Jackie Robinson Game-Used Jersey and Cap
• Fernando Valenzuela Game-Used Jersey and Warm-Up Jacket
• Don Newcombe's 1956 Cy Young Award
• Steve Garvey's 1974 MVP Award

The exhibit will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., with additional holiday openings daily from Dec. 24-January 6, excluding Christmas, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. The Museum will also be open to fans on Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Jan. 21) and President's Day (Feb. 18).

Admission is $15, and fans can purchase tickets in person at the museum doors or in advance by visiting Dodgers.com/Museum. A visit to the pop-up museum will also be built into all Stadium Tours on exhibit dates. More information on Dodger Stadium tours can be found at Dodgers.com/Tours.

Fans are encouraged to allow for approximately 45 minutes to enjoy the entire museum and to sync up their visits to coincide with interactive talks about the museum's memorabilia with Dodger Stadium tour guides, which take place at the bottom of every hour starting at 11:30 a.m.

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Justin Turner, Dodgers to host veterans and active duty service members for special day Monday

The Los Angeles Dodgers will play host to approximately 400 pre-selected active duty service members and veterans from the U.S. Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard and their families for batting practice and lunch at Dodger Stadium Monday, November 12 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in honor of Veterans Day. 
 
Dodger third baseman Justin Turner, whose foundation supports veterans housing and military programing, will join Dodger alumni Ron Cey, Steve Yeager, Billy Ashley and Dennis Powell at Monday's event, where service members will have the opportunity to take batting practice on the field as well as enjoy a behind-the-scenes Dodger Stadium tour. Service members will receive family photos courtesy of Blue Prints, a Dodgers/Veterans Day t-shirt and lunch in the Lexus Dugout Club, and the Dodgers' 2018 National League Championship trophy will be on display for photo opportunities.  

Veterans Day Batting Practice at Dodger Stadium schedule:

The Los Angeles Dodgers will play host to approximately 400 pre-selected active duty service members and veterans from the U.S. Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard and their families for batting practice and lunch at Dodger Stadium Monday, November 12 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in honor of Veterans Day. 
 
Dodger third baseman Justin Turner, whose foundation supports veterans housing and military programing, will join Dodger alumni Ron Cey, Steve Yeager, Billy Ashley and Dennis Powell at Monday's event, where service members will have the opportunity to take batting practice on the field as well as enjoy a behind-the-scenes Dodger Stadium tour. Service members will receive family photos courtesy of Blue Prints, a Dodgers/Veterans Day t-shirt and lunch in the Lexus Dugout Club, and the Dodgers' 2018 National League Championship trophy will be on display for photo opportunities.  

Veterans Day Batting Practice at Dodger Stadium schedule:

Monday, November 12
10:30 a.m. -- Check-in 
11:00 a.m. -- Welcome and introductions 
11:25 a.m. -- National anthem
11:30 a.m. -- Batting practice, program begins
3:00 p.m. -- Program ends

The Dodgers honor military personnel and veterans year-round with initiatives including an on-field recognition of a Military Hero of the Game at every home game and an annual Military Appreciation Night. For details on the Dodgers' military programs and ticket promotions, please visit www.dodgers.com/military.

This is a RSVP-only event and it has reached capacity. Members of the media interested in attending Monday's Veterans Day batting practice should reply to this email or contact the Dodgers' Public Relations department by calling (323) 224-1301.

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Dodgers re-sign Clayton Kershaw

The Los Angeles Dodgers and three-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw reached an agreement on a contract extension Friday that will keep the seven-time All-Star with the club through 2021.

Kershaw, 30, made 26 starts for the Dodgers this season going 9-5 with a 2.73 ERA (49 ER/161.1 IP) and striking out 155 batters against just 29 walks. He also held the opposition to a .227 batting average, while posting a 1.04 WHIP and collecting 20 quality starts. Despite missing some time with two different stints on the disabled list earlier in the season, the southpaw finished the 2018 campaign ranking among National League pitchers with at least 25 starts in strikeout-to-walk ratio (5.34, 3rd), ERA (4th), WHIP (4th), opponents' on-base percentage (.264, 4th), quality starts (T-6th), opponents' OPS (.630, 8th) and opponents' batting average (11th).

The Los Angeles Dodgers and three-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw reached an agreement on a contract extension Friday that will keep the seven-time All-Star with the club through 2021.

Kershaw, 30, made 26 starts for the Dodgers this season going 9-5 with a 2.73 ERA (49 ER/161.1 IP) and striking out 155 batters against just 29 walks. He also held the opposition to a .227 batting average, while posting a 1.04 WHIP and collecting 20 quality starts. Despite missing some time with two different stints on the disabled list earlier in the season, the southpaw finished the 2018 campaign ranking among National League pitchers with at least 25 starts in strikeout-to-walk ratio (5.34, 3rd), ERA (4th), WHIP (4th), opponents' on-base percentage (.264, 4th), quality starts (T-6th), opponents' OPS (.630, 8th) and opponents' batting average (11th).

The 2014 National League Most Valuable Player completed his 11th big league season with the Dodgers (2008-18) this past year and in 318 career games (316 starts), Kershaw has gone 153-69 with a 2.39 ERA and has struck out 2,275 batters against 557 walks. Since the start of the live ball era in 1920, he has the lowest all-time career ERA and WHIP (1.00) among starting pitchers with more than 1,500 innings pitched, while his opponents' batting average (.207) ranks third, behind only Nolan Ryan (.204) and Sandy Koufax (.205). Kershaw was originally selected by Los Angeles in the first round (seventh overall) of the 2006 First-Year Player Draft out of Highland Park High School (TX).

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Dodgers to host World Series games this weekend at Dodger Stadium

Fans encouraged to visit Dodgers.com/WorldSeries for ticket and parking information

LOS ANGELES -- Dodger Stadium will play host to its 10th World Series this weekend when the National League champion Los Angeles Dodgers and American League champion Boston Red Sox square off in Games 3, 4 and 5 (if necessary) of the 114th Fall Classic on Friday (5:09 p.m.), Saturday (5:09 p.m.) and Sunday (5:15 p.m., if necessary).

Fans are encouraged to visit Dodgers.com/WorldSeries for all gameday information, including the links to trusted ticket partners on the secondary market.

LOS ANGELES -- Dodger Stadium will play host to its 10th World Series this weekend when the National League champion Los Angeles Dodgers and American League champion Boston Red Sox square off in Games 3, 4 and 5 (if necessary) of the 114th Fall Classic on Friday (5:09 p.m.), Saturday (5:09 p.m.) and Sunday (5:15 p.m., if necessary).

Fans are enc