You can catch a ballgame and a movie at Dodger Stadium this summer as two new dates were announced.

There are no tickets required for the movie as long as you have a ticket to the game. Fans who are sitting in the left and right field pavilions will be invited out onto the field to watch the movie.

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Catch the classic Top Gun on July 9th following the game against the Padres and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off on August 13th after the game against the Pirates.

Each movie will be shown 15 minutes following the final out. The Padres game begins at 4:15 p.m. and the Pirates game at 1:05 p.m.

1986 was the year when both Top Gun and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off were released and it was also the same year in which Fernando Valenzuela had one of his best seasons with the Dodgers. El Toro went 21-11 and racked up 242 strikeouts, while being named an All-Star for his 6th and final time.

 

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