As COVID-19 numbers continue to improve in Los Angeles County, the Dodgers will start to add to their current capacity. They started the season at 20 percent capacity and have slowly been able to add on since then.
There is some good news for Dodgers fans hoping to get out to the stadium this weekend against the Padres. The team very quietly opened up more tickets to put on sale for the weekend, and there are still plenty available.
The Dodgers are also selling single-pod tickets, something that had not done in the previous series. That means a single fan could potentially get out to the game Sunday for as cheap as $45 per person. That is the current price to sit in the reserve section.
Dodgers fans looking to make it out to the series against the Padres can go here to purchase. There are tickets available in pods of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 for the moment. The mid to larger-sized pods have been selling out at a much faster rate.
The Dodgers and Padres played last weekend in San Diego in what turned out to be the most exciting series of the young season. Playing 4 games this weekend, there should be a lot of really good baseball on the horizon.
The Dodgers will throw Walker Buehler against LHP Ryan Weathers on Thursday night. Clayton Kershaw will go Friday, Trevor Bauer pitches Saturday, and either Julio Urias or Dustin May are supposed to pitch on Sunday. Doc mentioned in a pregame press conference this week that it could be Urias.