Los Angeles Dodgers Tickets For 2023 Season On Sale To General Public

Los Angeles Dodgers tickets for games on their 2023 schedule went on sale to the general public Thursday morning. However, it did not include tickets for Opening Day at Dodger Stadium or the matchup with the New York Yankees, both of which will be made available at a later date.

Spring Training tickets and mini plans for games at Camelback Ranch are currently available as well.

Season tickets, premium tickets, individual and group tickets for the regular season will be available for purchase during FanFest at Dodger Stadium on Saturday.

The 2023 Dodgers schedule is the first that is part of MLB’s return to a balanced approach. MLB hasn’t had a balanced schedule since Interleague play was introduced in 1997.

Changes ushered in are the Dodgers only making two visits to opposing National League West cities and playing a total of 52 divisional games (down from 76). Each team will play 46 Interleague games, which represents an increase from 20.

The Dodgers’ first Interleague game this season is May 15, for the start of a three-game series against the Minnesota Twins.

The Yankees make their visit to Dodger Stadium from June 2-4. They last faced the Dodgers at Chavez Ravine in 2019 during Players Weekend, when the Yankees took two of three in what many believed was a World Series preview.

Best Dodgers games on 2023 schedule

Among notable home dates on the 2023 Dodgers schedule are a night start for Opening Day against the Arizona Diamondbacks (March 30), Cody Bellinger returning to Dodger Stadium with the Chicago Cubs from April 14-16, Jackie Robinson Day (April 15), New York Mets series (April 17-19), Trea Turner and Philadelphia Phillies coming to L.A. from May 1-3, and a National League Division Series rematch with San Diego Padres (May 12-14).

The first half of the 2023 Dodgers promotions schedule features bobblehead dates on April 1 (Freddie Freeman), April 3 (Julio Urías), May 1 (Dustin May), May 15 (Mookie Betts), June 13 (Will Smith), June 15 (Clayton Kershaw), July 3 (Gavin Lux) and July 6 (Tony Gonsolin).

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