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Dodgers vs Mets Tickets 2024

The Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets have an important baseball history between the two ball clubs that stretches back to the first time they played in 1962. Over the decades since that first Dodgers win, these two coastal teams have played each other more than 625 more times. Those games occurred in the regular-season and MLB playoffs. They were split between games in Dodger Stadium in L.A. and Citi Field in NYC. The demand for Mets vs Dodgers tickets ranks up their with some of their best home series for each team. For the Dodgers, the Mets games this season are on-par with their big games against the Braves and Cubs, so just a bit less intense than their rivalry games with the SF Giants. For the Mets, their fans roll out the red carpet with L.A. comes to town, just like they do for the Cubs, Nats and Cardinals. One thing is certain, the Dodgers vs Mets is a key series for both teams in 2024. The winner of the series will give themselves a leg up in the NL playoff chase.

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Dodger Stadium Information

  • Location: Los Angeles, California
  • Address: 1000 Elysian Park Avenue
  • Capacity: 56,000
  • Preceded By: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
  • Year Opened: 1962
  • Occupants: Los Angeles Dodgers

After moving from Brooklyn in 1957, the Dodgers came to Los Angeles and began play at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, a stadium which had hosted sports ranging from football to track and field at the 1932 Olympic Games. Ironically, the Dodgers' first game in Los Angeles was against the San Francisco Giants, which joined the ballclub's exodus from New York City. After a few years at the Coliseum, the team moved into their sparkling new home, Dodgers Stadium, in 1962. The 56,000-seat venue is still the largest ballpark by seating capacity in Major League Baseball and the third-oldest active venue behind Wrigley Field and Fenway Park.

Over 125 million spectators have come to visit Dodger Stadium since it opened, and it is one of the most treasured landmarks in Southern California. The massive ballpark is spectacularly maintained, with more than 3,400 trees planted over a span of 300 acres. While the facade of the park resembles the glory days of baseball, the field itself is a technical marvel. In 1995, the Dodgers installed a natural grass field developed by Motz Group, which uses state-of-the-art irrigation techniques to control moisture. The grass is grown in pure sand, which is located over a water-tight plastic layer and houses a vacuum chamber. This can forcibly remove water during heavy rains and reduce ballplayers' risk of injury.

The aesthetics of Dodger Stadium has an enduring quality that continues to be breathtaking. The south-facing view from the stadium gives fans a gorgeous glimpse of downtown Los Angeles, and the entire area is nestled into a hillside that overlooks the city. The ballpark also features a slew of modern restaurants and amenities that keep the venue modern and satiate the needs of hungry fans. While there is plenty of parking available, there are also shuttles that run from downtown Los Angeles to the stadium for those who don't feel like making the trek.

In 2008, the Dodgers announced that they would stay in Dodger Stadium for the next 50 years, with a few improvements along the way. With the ideal climate, a beautiful landscape and one of the largest seating capacities in the Major Leagues, Dodger Stadium will remain a fixture in the National League for years to come. With division championships in 2008 and 2009, the Los Angeles Dodgers are rising stars in the NL West playoff race and look to capture another World Series title in the coming years.

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Few venues in baseball are as iconic as Dodger Stadium. Each season we sell more Dodgers tickets than just about any other team in MLB. We offer tickets to Dodgers regular-season games, Dodgers playoff games and all of the other events that play Dodger Stadium. One of the top requests we receive is for Dodgers Stadium parking.

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Citi Field Information

  • Location: Flushing (New York), New York
  • Address: 126th St. & Roosevelt Ave., Flushing, New York 11368
  • Capacity: 41,800
  • Parking: Parking passes are available for purchase
  • Year Opened: April 2009
  • Occupants: New York Mets
  • Prohibited Items: Items larger than 16 "x16 "x8 ", coolers (hard-sided), cans, glass bottles, beverage containers, open containers, commercial audio/video equipment, alcoholic beverages, illegal substances, laser pointers, noisemaking devices, fireworks, animals (except for assistive purposes), weapons, food items and the like.

The New York Metropolitans (Mets) played their first game in 1962, and their orange and blue color scheme was influenced by the two departed New York teams, the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants. The Mets were initially going to be part of a new baseball league formed by attorney William Shea, dubbed the Continental League and New York was to receive a team as one of its charter members. The National and American League felt threatened by this change and opted to take two of each of the new franchises, one of which would become the Mets. In honor of this new era of expansion, the Mets named their new ballpark Shea Stadium and began play in 1962.

In 2006, after many great years in the old ballpark, the Mets tore down the structure and began building Citi Field in the parking lot adjacent to the former venue. The new ballpark was inspired by the classic structure of Ebbets Field, with a brick rotunda and a contoured seating arrangement to give fans clear sight lines all around the stadium. With a capacity of approximately 45,000, the ballpark is surprisingly intimate and designers added wider seats and increased space between rows to improve comfort and leg room. One of the greatest features of the new ballpark are the extremely wide concourses that span the entire perimeter of the stadium. Since Citi Field opened in 2009, fans can feasibly walk all around the venue and visit the building's many concessions without having to miss a minute of the action.

Along with all of the standard amenities fans have come to expect, Citi Field also features multiple sit-down restaurants and bars. One of the highlights of the ballpark is the Shake Shack - a New York City burger joint that has become a Big Apple institution that stadium planners felt compelled to include. Additionally, the stadium features Fan Fest family entertainment areas with interactive baseball games, as well as a Mets museum that pays homage to the greats that have worn a Mets uniform.

Ever since the Mets' magical run to a World Series title in 1986, the team has made numerous postseason appearances as well as a trip to the Subway Series in 2000 against their cross-town rivals, the New York Yankees. In a very competitive division like the NL East, fans will have no shortage of big-time games to look forward to in the future.

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