After winning the World Series in 2020 and finishing just short of reaching it again last year, the Dodgers are back and ready to make another charge as favorites in the National League. LA did lose a big bat (Corey Seager) and arm (Max Scherzer), but the offense hums along with the acquisition of first baseman Freddie Freeman, and the rotation remains strong with Walker Buehler, Clayton Kershaw, and Julio Urias at the top. Also departing is longtime closer Kenley Jansen, but the team traded for Craig Kimbrel to fill that void, and setup men Blake Treinen and Daniel Hudson remain in a strong bullpen.
Dodger Stadium remains one of the most iconic places in the country to catch a ballgame, and up your experience with one of several premium seating options. The Yaamava Dugout Club puts you right up against the wall to the field behind home plate, from dugout to dugout. Inside the... MORE