With Time Warner Cable not being able to reach a deal with other cable providers, many Los Angeles Dodgers fans need to go to Dodger Stadium to see the team play.
The organization is attempting to help those fans out, as they are offering discounted tickets to the game on Wednesday, April 29, against the San Francisco Giants. Starting Tuesday, April 21, at 10:00 a.m., and continuing through Thursday, April 23, the Dodgers will offer a limited number of $22 Reserve Level tickets. This special offer will provide a discount of up to 54 percent off the regular price of these tickets.
In addition, the first 40,000 fans in attendance will receive a Clayton Kershaw fleece blanket presented by Security Benefit. The blanket features Kershaw’s accomplishments from the 2014 season, when he won the National League MVP award and his third Cy Young. Kershaw posted a 21-3 record with a 1.77 ERA in 2014, while striking out 239. He also threw his first career no-hitter on June 18, and he went through a stretch in the middle of the season where he threw 41 consecutive scoreless innings.
The ticket sales at Dodger Stadium is already off to a record pace, with three million tickets being sold before the season even started. The Dodgers have led Major League Baseball in attendance 26 times since coming to Los Angeles, including in 2014. The Dodger Stadium single season attendance record is 3,857,036, which was set in 2007, but that record is in danger of being broken this year, especially if the Dodgers continue to win games the way they have. They went 6-0 on their recent home stand, sweeping both the Seattle Mariners and Colorado Rockies.
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