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The leaves may not turn brown, yellow, and red as they fall off the trees and the winds may not bring in a chill that forewarns of winter, but the end of summer still brings the excitement of the postseason. Playoff tickets to the division series are still on the minds of Dodgers fans as the pennant race comes to an end and the winners become clear.

The Los Angeles Dodgers are making a play for the 2012 MLB playoffs thanks to an incredible pitching staff. Los Angeles Dodgers tickets are being purchased for the rest of the season at Dodger Stadium by the rabid fans of the franchise who expect absolutely nothing less than a chance to attend a ball game well into the fall. The TicketSpecialists have those seats to enjoy this incredible run live for cheap.

The Dodgers have enjoyed those playoff tickets since their days back in Brooklyn and have since managed to win 21 National League pennants in the process. Those pennants have not been as easy to convert into World Series victories. With only six World Series victories in the long history of the franchise the Dodgers have seen their early efforts thwarted by the domination of the New York Yankees.

The Los Angeles Dodgers made a great run to come from behind and catch the Arizona Diamondbacks and win the NL West title. They destroyed the Chicago Cubs in the first round. They even kept the NL Championship Series losses close. Still they ended up losing in a mere five games. Much of these accomplishments last season are thanks to the mid-year trade for Manny Ramirez.

In 2009, there will be no more Manny though. Jeff Kent, absent for a large chunk of last season is now retired, too. What will the Dodgers do without the dynamic outfielder to jumpstart the offense? It seems that the Dodgers fate lies in the hands of right fielder Andre Ethier, center fielder Matt Kemp, first baseman James Loney, catcher Russell Martin, and third baseman Casey Blake. Apart from Blake, all these guys are young and the next generation of Dodgers payers.

The move to the Los Angeles in an attempt to emerge from the shadow of Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, and the Yankees started the change in fortune for the franchise. Winning four of their World Series on the West Coast, the Dodgers have ended the chant of wait till next year. Under the management of Walter Alston and Tommy Lasorda, the Dodgers shone in the California sun. The Giants, the Padres, and the rest of the National League has had to play catch up as the Dodgers and the Cardinals have dominated the postseason and the playoff tickets from the beginning of the modern baseball era.

This year’s club is under the direction of Joe Torre and the Dodgers are hoping that his talent for taking talented teams to the World Series will be come through in his first season on the other coast. Playoff tickets will be worth it to see the hitting of Manny Ramirez as he pumps life into the offense that sputtered through the first half of the season. The bullpen has continued to be excellent, but the starters need to pitch a little better to give the bullpen a game to hold.

They need to make that jump that star players make to take control of this team. Left fielder Juan Pierre will do his best to throw the pitcher off by threatening to steal second when he is on base, but these guys have to grow up and make the addition of a Manny-type player needless.

The pitching was perhaps the best in all of MLB last season. The only trend-setting starter they have left is Chad Billingsley and Hiroki Kuroda. While the front office is still pursuing other free agent pitchers, young pitchers Clayton Kershaw and James McDonald and veteran Jason Schmidt are penciled in as the rest of the rotation.

Playoff tickets at Dodger Stadium and road games are going to be available for the entire postseason schedule with the Ticket Specialists. The unique combination of low prices and a huge selection make the site the only place to go see the Los Angeles Dodgers play live in the playoffs.

Jonathon split time as closer last season, but looks to be the main guy this year. The rest of the bullpen looks pretty strong, especially with Hong-Chih Kuo and Corey Wade as the leading left-handed and right-handed options. For this Dodgers squad to repeat in the postseason at Dodger Stadium the front office will need to find another pitcher or two and somebody will have to emerge among the young batsman.

The pitching staff has certainly been hurt by the additions of Ted Lilly and Chad Billingsley to the DL, but the trio of Chris Capuano, Clayton Kershaw, and Aaron Harang has managed to remain a formidable front of the rotation. Capuano has an incredible 13 quality starts in 19 games with a 2.75 ERA and a 1.14 WHIP. Kershaw has an incredible 13 quality starts in 19 games with a 2.84 ERA and 1.08 WHIP. Harang has an acceptable 11 quality starts with a 3.53 ERA and a 1.37 WHIP. Right now Nate Eovaldi and Stephen Fife are populating the back end. Eovaldi has not been great, but he has hardly been unacceptable. Fife has a single start so far and has been decent. The bullpen has been great as well. Ronald Belisario, Scott Elbert, and Josh Lindblom have been terrific set up men for Kenley Jansen. The closer has 16 saves along with a 2.11 ERA and 0.80 WHIP. Add a 13.50 K/9 and Jansen is the closer for the rest of the season.

The Dodgers need some support from the offense and luckily center fielder Matt Kemp is back in time for a pennant chase. Kemp has just played 40 games in 2012 and he has a .355 batting average and a .435 OBP with 12 homeruns. He is going to be a major factor, perhaps lifting some of the pressure off right fielder Andre Either. Either is hitting .297 with a .363 OBP and has been the only other source of power with 11 homeruns and 23 doubles. The addition of left fielder Bobby Abreu has helped the collective OBP, but has not added any power. Once shortstop Dee Gordon returns, Los Angeles will have its speed back, as he stole 30 bases before landing on the DL.

Los Angeles is currently in second place in the NL West, trailing the San Francisco Giants by 3 games. The Dodgers are also trailing the Pirates and Braves by 2.5 games. For the team to breakthrough, the offense is going to have to pick up the pace and the rotation needs a fourth starter. The TicketSpecialists has the Los Angeles Dodgers tickets to catch the remainder of the season llve.

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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Chicago White Sox Mar 4, 2015
Wed 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Chicago White Sox vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Mar 5, 2015
Thu 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Milwaukee Brewers vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Mar 6, 2015
Fri 1:05PM
Maryvale Sports Park
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Seattle Mariners Mar 6, 2015
Fri 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Cleveland Indians vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Mar 7, 2015
Sat 1:05PM
Goodyear Ballpark
Goodyear, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Milwaukee Brewers Mar 8, 2015
Sun 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: San Francisco Giants vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Mar 9, 2015
Mon 1:05PM
Scottsdale Stadium
Scottsdale, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Colorado Rockies Mar 10, 2015
Tue 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Chicago Cubs vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Mar 11, 2015
Wed TBA
Cubs Park
Mesa, AZ
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Spring Training: San Diego Padres vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Mar 12, 2015
Thu 1:05PM
Peoria Stadium
Peoria, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Cincinnati Reds Mar 13, 2015
Fri 7:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Cleveland Indians Mar 14, 2015
Sat 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Seattle Mariners vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Mar 15, 2015
Sun 1:05PM
Peoria Stadium
Peoria, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Oakland Athletics Mar 16, 2015
Mon 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Texas Rangers vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Mar 17, 2015
Tue 1:05PM
Surprise Stadium
Surprise, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Chicago Cubs Mar 18, 2015
Wed 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Mar 19, 2015
Thu 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Oakland Athletics vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Mar 20, 2015
Fri 1:05PM
Hohokam Park
Mesa, AZ
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Spring Training: Colorado Rockies vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Mar 21, 2015
Sat 1:10PM
Salt River Fields
Scottsdale, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Cleveland Indians Mar 22, 2015
Sun 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Arizona Diamondbacks Mar 23, 2015
Mon 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Diego Padres Mar 25, 2015
Wed 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Chicago White Sox vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Mar 26, 2015
Thu 1:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Francisco Giants Mar 27, 2015
Fri 7:05PM
Camelback Ranch Stadium
Phoenix, AZ
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Spring Training: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs. Los Angeles Dodgers Mar 28, 2015
Sat 1:10PM
Tempe Diablo Stadium
Tempe, AZ
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The leaves may not turn brown, yellow, and red as they fall off the trees and the winds may not bring in a chill that forewarns of winter, but the end of summer still brings the excitement of the postseason. Playoff tickets to the division series are still on the minds of Dodgers fans as the pennant race comes to an end and the winners become clear.

The Los Angeles Dodgers are making a play for the 2012 MLB playoffs thanks to an incredible pitching staff. Los Angeles Dodgers tickets are being purchased for the rest of the season at Dodger Stadium by the rabid fans of the franchise who expect absolutely nothing less than a chance to attend a ball game well into the fall. The TicketSpecialists have those seats to enjoy this incredible run live for cheap.

The Dodgers have enjoyed those playoff tickets since their days back in Brooklyn and have since managed to win 21 National League pennants in the process. Those pennants have not been as easy to convert into World Series victories. With only six World Series victories in the long history of the franchise the Dodgers have seen their early efforts thwarted by the domination of the New York Yankees.

The Los Angeles Dodgers made a great run to come from behind and catch the Arizona Diamondbacks and win the NL West title. They destroyed the Chicago Cubs in the first round. They even kept the NL Championship Series losses close. Still they ended up losing in a mere five games. Much of these accomplishments last season are thanks to the mid-year trade for Manny Ramirez.

In 2009, there will be no more Manny though. Jeff Kent, absent for a large chunk of last season is now retired, too. What will the Dodgers do without the dynamic outfielder to jumpstart the offense? It seems that the Dodgers fate lies in the hands of right fielder Andre Ethier, center fielder Matt Kemp, first baseman James Loney, catcher Russell Martin, and third baseman Casey Blake. Apart from Blake, all these guys are young and the next generation of Dodgers payers.

The move to the Los Angeles in an attempt to emerge from the shadow of Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, and the Yankees started the change in fortune for the franchise. Winning four of their World Series on the West Coast, the Dodgers have ended the chant of wait till next year. Under the management of Walter Alston and Tommy Lasorda, the Dodgers shone in the California sun. The Giants, the Padres, and the rest of the National League has had to play catch up as the Dodgers and the Cardinals have dominated the postseason and the playoff tickets from the beginning of the modern baseball era.

This year’s club is under the direction of Joe Torre and the Dodgers are hoping that his talent for taking talented teams to the World Series will be come through in his first season on the other coast. Playoff tickets will be worth it to see the hitting of Manny Ramirez as he pumps life into the offense that sputtered through the first half of the season. The bullpen has continued to be excellent, but the starters need to pitch a little better to give the bullpen a game to hold.

They need to make that jump that star players make to take control of this team. Left fielder Juan Pierre will do his best to throw the pitcher off by threatening to steal second when he is on base, but these guys have to grow up and make the addition of a Manny-type player needless.

The pitching was perhaps the best in all of MLB last season. The only trend-setting starter they have left is Chad Billingsley and Hiroki Kuroda. While the front office is still pursuing other free agent pitchers, young pitchers Clayton Kershaw and James McDonald and veteran Jason Schmidt are penciled in as the rest of the rotation.

Playoff tickets at Dodger Stadium and road games are going to be available for the entire postseason schedule with the Ticket Specialists. The unique combination of low prices and a huge selection make the site the only place to go see the Los Angeles Dodgers play live in the playoffs.

Jonathon split time as closer last season, but looks to be the main guy this year. The rest of the bullpen looks pretty strong, especially with Hong-Chih Kuo and Corey Wade as the leading left-handed and right-handed options. For this Dodgers squad to repeat in the postseason at Dodger Stadium the front office will need to find another pitcher or two and somebody will have to emerge among the young batsman.

The pitching staff has certainly been hurt by the additions of Ted Lilly and Chad Billingsley to the DL, but the trio of Chris Capuano, Clayton Kershaw, and Aaron Harang has managed to remain a formidable front of the rotation. Capuano has an incredible 13 quality starts in 19 games with a 2.75 ERA and a 1.14 WHIP. Kershaw has an incredible 13 quality starts in 19 games with a 2.84 ERA and 1.08 WHIP. Harang has an acceptable 11 quality starts with a 3.53 ERA and a 1.37 WHIP. Right now Nate Eovaldi and Stephen Fife are populating the back end. Eovaldi has not been great, but he has hardly been unacceptable. Fife has a single start so far and has been decent. The bullpen has been great as well. Ronald Belisario, Scott Elbert, and Josh Lindblom have been terrific set up men for Kenley Jansen. The closer has 16 saves along with a 2.11 ERA and 0.80 WHIP. Add a 13.50 K/9 and Jansen is the closer for the rest of the season.

The Dodgers need some support from the offense and luckily center fielder Matt Kemp is back in time for a pennant chase. Kemp has just played 40 games in 2012 and he has a .355 batting average and a .435 OBP with 12 homeruns. He is going to be a major factor, perhaps lifting some of the pressure off right fielder Andre Either. Either is hitting .297 with a .363 OBP and has been the only other source of power with 11 homeruns and 23 doubles. The addition of left fielder Bobby Abreu has helped the collective OBP, but has not added any power. Once shortstop Dee Gordon returns, Los Angeles will have its speed back, as he stole 30 bases before landing on the DL.

Los Angeles is currently in second place in the NL West, trailing the San Francisco Giants by 3 games. The Dodgers are also trailing the Pirates and Braves by 2.5 games. For the team to breakthrough, the offense is going to have to pick up the pace and the rotation needs a fourth starter. The TicketSpecialists has the Los Angeles Dodgers tickets to catch the remainder of the season llve.

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