Originally published by DodgerBlue.com
Los Angeles Dodgers tickets for games on their 2024 schedule went on sale to the general public Friday morning. However, it did not include tickets for Opening Day at Dodger Stadium or the Seoul Series, which was made available to San Diego Padres season ticket holders.
Dodgers Spring Training tickets and mini plans for games at Camelback Ranch are currently available as well.
Season tickets, premium tickets, individual and group tickets for the regular season will be available for purchase during DodgerFest at Dodger Stadium on Saturday.
The 2024 Dodgers schedule is a second consecutive season under MLB’s return to a balanced approach. Prior to last year, MLB hadn’t had a balanced schedule since Interleague play was introduced in 1997.
That brought about various changes, including the Dodgers only making two visits to opposing National League West cities and playing a total of 52 divisional games (down from 76). Furthermore, each team now plays 46 Interleague games, which is an increase from 20.
The Dodgers’ first Interleague matchup this season is a road series against the Minnesota Twins from April 8-10.
Best games on 2024 Dodgers schedule
Among notable dates on the 2024 Dodgers schedule is a road series with the Toronto Blue Jays, who just signed Justin Turner to a one-year contract. The Dodgers visit Rogers Centre from April 26-28.
There also figures to be plenty of interest when the Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks play for the first time since the 2023 NL Division Series, during a three-game set at Chase Field from April 29-May 1.
After playing at Dodger Stadium last season, the Dodgers head to Yankee Stadium for weekend series June 7-9.
Shohei Ohtani gets his first look at the Los Angeles Angels during the Freeway Series at Dodger Stadium from June 21-22.
The 2024 Dodgers promotions schedule features bobblehead dates on March 30 (Freddie Freeman), April 13 (Brusdar Graterol), April 20 (Walker Buehler), May 16 (Ohtani), May 18 (Will Smith), May 21 (Mookie Betts), June 1 (Tyler Glasnow), June 13 (Yoshinobu Yamamoto), August 11 (Matt Kemp) and more.
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