The Los Angeles Dodgers announced tickets to all possible National League Division Series and NL Championship Series games at Dodger Stadium officially sold out. The club encourages fans to visit Dodgers.com/postseason for links to trusted ticket partners on the secondary market.
Fans are still eligible to receive rights to postseason tickets with the purchase of 2019 season tickets. The Dodgers at minimum are due to play two home games in October.
Monday’s victory over the Colorado Rockies clinched a sixth consecutive NL West title, which extended their franchise record. It also set a matchup with the Atlanta Braves in the NLDS for a second time since 2013. Los Angeles won that series in four games.
Game 1 of the 2018 NLDS is set for 5:37 p.m. PT on Thursday, and Game 2 is scheduled for Friday with a 6:37 p.m start time. The series then shifts to SunTrust Park for Game 3 on Sunday (5:07 p.m. start). If necessary, Game 4 will be played in Atlanta on Monday, with a potential Game 5 on Wednesday, Oct. 10.
While Dodgers manager Dave Roberts suggested Clayton Kershaw would start Game 1, followed by Hyun-Jin Ryu in Game 2, the club announced the opposite. By aligning their rotation as such, both Ryu and Kershaw will start on an extra day of rest.
Furthermore, Kershaw would be available to pitch in a possible Game 5 on normal rest.