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Dodgers Schedule: Cubs and Giants Come to Los Angeles



Starting on Thursday, the Los Angeles Dodgers return home to Dodger Stadium for a key 5 game homestand. First, LA welcomes the National League Central leading Chicago Cubs for 4, then the rival Giants for 2.

The Cubs series will be the first time long time Dodger Joc Pederson returns to Dodger Stadium since leaving via agency over the winter. In all likelihood, the series will feature pregame festivities where Pederson will officially receive his 2020 World Series ring.

Giveaways and Events on this Homestand

  • Thursday vs Cubs: Cody Bellinger MVP Bobblehead
  • Friday vs Cubs: Friday Night Fireworks
  • Sunday vs Cubs: Viva Los Dodgers
  • Monday vs Giants: Snapback Cap
  • Tuesday vs Giants: Max Muncy Bobblehead

The Dodgers will once again welcome full capacity crowds to Dodger Stadium. Tickets are still available at Dodgers.com/tickets, so get out and support your world champs at home this week!

Full Dodgers 2021 Schedule: Dates, Opponents, Start Times, and More

Pro Tip of the day: buy parking ahead of time online to save at the gate. Be sure you have your MLB Ballpark App installed on your phone ahead of arrival to help mitigate wait times for all fans. Backpacks and other large bags are still prohibited at Dodger Stadium. Clear bags are welcome and should be purchased ahead of time for your own convenience. 

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  1. Beaty may have cost him a roster spot when Seager back though would need a lefty off the bench.

  2. The person that should be thrown under the bus is Roberts, he’s the guy that took McKinstry out of right and replaced him with Beaty. Zack ran a great route and made a nice play on a ball hit to right earlier in the game. He could have also put Taylor in right and and Muncy or McKinstry at 2nd with Albert at first if he had Max change positions if he thinks Matt is not “an elite” defender. It was just another example of Roberts ineptitude at managing a ball game yet he has the gall to “throw Beaty under the bus”, way to shift the blame, Roberts, lot of class.

  3. Absolutely NO excuses now! Playing @ home in front of your loyal fans, this 2 series w/ contending teams are must wins to prove your statue. Got to play smart championship baseball to turn the image of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Fans, the team really need your support now. Seems the “ BEAT LA” chant and “SWEEP—-SWEEP” @ Petco had beat the boys down mentally.

  4. So many questions of WHY. Roberts bats Bellinger with his 189 avg in the 4 spot. The entitlement coaching of Roberts is limiting this teams ability to prosper. Nobody fears Bellinger, nobody fears Pollock, nobody fears Smith. But Roberts continually bats them between 4 -5-6. Betts with his 250 avg doesn’t do any good at lead off right now either. Taylor should be lead off with with Muncy 2nd, JT 3rd , Pujols 4th .Then Betts 5th then Bellinger 6th Pollock 7th Lutz 8th. If Roberts had that Lineup they have to avoid pitching around anyone but putting Bellinger behind JT doesn’t allow JT to see his pitches. This lineup would have beaten the Padres at least once. It amazes me how over confident Roberts is and how he has no clue how to put pressure on anyone. This years Dodgers NEVER have the right guy up at the right moment . This years Dodgers have tons of base runners and tons of walks, that’s because they’re always walking our hitters to get to weak hitting players like Pollock,Bellinger, Lutz, D’souza, etc. Wake up Roberts, make line ups that will force the enemy to pitch to our sluggers instead of walking them or only throwing junk at them!!

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