After a 3-3 road trip, the Los Angeles Dodgers now begin a six-game homestand complete with Interleague series against American League opponents in the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Yankees.
The Blue Jays are making just their third ever trip to Dodger Stadium and their first visit since 2007. The series overlaps with the much-anticipated Lakers Night on Tuesday. The annual event again is part of a special ticket pack in which fans can receive a custom jersey.
Anthony Davis will be on hand to throw out the ceremonial first pitch, following in the footsteps of Josh Hart, Luke Walton, Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball, among others. Of course, none remain part of the Lakers organization as each departed this past summer.
Wednesday calls for recently-added Social Media Night, with limited spots still available. The special ticket pack includes access to exclusive #DodgersSocialMediaNight pregame party in the loge terrace, catered dinner and refreshments, access to the Dodgers social media team and other employees for questions, photo/video booth, moderated Q&A with Rich Hill and custom #DodgersSocialMediaNight t-shirt.
Another winner will have a chance to win two passes to batting practice during a future game at Dodger Stadium.
Limited spots available for Social Media Night on August 21! Catered food, Q&A with Rich Hill, chances to win BP passes and on-field access and more when you purchase a special ticket pack!
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) August 20, 2019
Also on Wednesday, the first 40,000 ticketed fans in attendance will receive an L.A. Bleeds Blue Cap. For the series finale on Thursday, fans will receive a Kiké Hernandez bobblehead, and ticket pack is available for Cal State L.A. Night.
As for the historic meeting with the Yankees, it’s taking place during 2019 Players Weekend and an array of other highlights at Dodger Stadium. Scheduled are Friday Night Fireworks, Spouses Mystery Bag Event on Saturday and Viva Los Dodgers prior to the series finale Sunday.
Fans can purchase a mystery bag (each includes a player autographed baseball) in the left field plaza, club level and loge level behind home plate. Proceeds benefit the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation.
The Yankees’ visit to Dodger Stadium is their first since 2013. While they and the Dodgers own two of the more iconic uniforms, players will be in monochromatic looks and with their selected nickname on the back of their jerseys to commemorate Players Weekend.