LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers today announced their promotional lineup for the upcoming 2022 season, in conjunction with Major League Baseball's revised schedule released earlier today. Promotional items will be given out to the first 40,000 ticketed fans in attendance, while supplies last, at the guest’s point of entry, unless otherwise noted on dodgers.com/promotions. Single game tickets will be available for public purchase on Friday, March 18. Tickets for Opening Day, presented by Bank of America, will be available for public purchase on Thursday, March 24. All tickets will be accessible on Dodgers.com/tickets.
The promotional schedule will include 26 stadium-wide giveaways and a series of themed nights and special celebrations, including six Viva Los Dodgers celebrations, 13 Taco Tuesday nights, 13 Friday Night Fireworks displays, and a special fireworks presentation on July 4 for Independence Day.
Highlighting some of the greatest players in Dodger history, the promotional schedule kicks off with a commemorative Jackie Robinson jersey that will be given out on April 15th. This year marks the 75th anniversary of Robinson’s debut, which broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball. Some of the greatest figures in Dodger history will be highlighted with a Legends of Dodger Baseball bobblehead series, which features Maury Wills (April 16) and Kirk Gibson (April 30). A Don Drysdale bobblehead will be passed out on May 14 and a special commemorative edition bobblehead spotlighting the Dodgers’ newest Hall of Fame inductee, Gil Hodges, is slated for June 4.
As previously announced, the Dodgers will also unveil a Sandy Koufax statue in the Center Field Plaza on June 18, and fans in attendance will receive a replica Koufax statue. Additionally, the Dodgers will also honor the retirement of legendary Hall of Fame broadcaster Jaime Jarrín with a giveaway on October 1.
The team’s 2021 All-Star members will be featured with bobbleheads of Max Muncy (May 12), Walker Buehler (May 16), Trea Turner (June 30), Chris Taylor (July 5), and Mookie Betts (Oct. 3) and a special Justin Turner jersey (June 2). Other exciting promotions include a Julio Urías bobblehead (May 31), a Clayton Kershaw bobblehead (July 26), the team’s first bobblehead for Will Smith (April 18) and Dustin May (Sept. 22), a hooded sweatshirt (April 19), a bucket hat (June 19), and a wristlet (July 2). Additional giveaway dates, with items to be named later, include August 10, 20, and 23, September 24, and October 4. The Dodgers’ full promotional schedule can be found at Dodgers.com/Promotions.
Fan-favorite special event ticket packs, which include an exclusive item with a purchase of a game ticket, will return with Star Wars (May 4), LGBTQ+ Pride (June 3) presented by Blue Shield of California, Hello Kitty (July 6), and Filipino Heritage (July 7), which are amongst the highlights prior to the All-Star break. Mexican Heritage (May 17), presented by Advance Auto Parts, will take on a new form this year, as it headlines the first split doubleheader ever played at Dodger Stadium, and fans can receive an exclusive jersey by purchasing a ticket pack for either game. The Día de Los Dodgers celebration, presented by Hornitos Tequila, will follow suit on September 20, the team’s other scheduled split doubleheader of the season. Additional ticket packs for dates after the Midsummer Classic will be announced at a later time. In order to receive the exclusive item, tickets must be purchased through Dodgers.com/TicketPacks.
Please visit Dodgers.com/schedule to view the full regular season schedule. All available images of promotional items, exclusive ticket pack items, and Taco Tuesday footage can be downloaded at this link.