Like serving on a jury, attending a baseball game requires patience, careful observation, and the self-restraint to not throw peanuts at the bench. Root, root, root for justice with this GrouponLive deal.
Choose from Six Options
- $18 for one ticket for infield reserve seating in sections 1–11, 15–16, or 19–20 (up to a $30 value, depending on the game chosen)
- $60 for one ticket for infield box seating in sections 26–39 (up to an $85 value, depending on the game chosen)
Both options also include a 10% discount on purchases at the team store. For either option, choose from the following games against the Arizona Diamondbacks:
- Friday, August 31, at 7:10 p.m.
- Saturday, September 1, at 6:10 p.m.
- Sunday, September 2, at 1:10 p.m.
As special promotions, fireworks will follow the game on August 31, and kids can run the bases after the final inning on September 2.
When you click "Buy," you'll be redirected to dodgers.com to complete your transaction. This Groupon applies toward the face value of tickets, but you'll still need to pay all dodgers.com fees and taxes in full.
The Scouting Report
As both teams find themselves near the top of the standings in the NL West, the Dodgers continue their summer-long battle for a playoff spot when they clash with the D-backs during a crucial three-game series. An injury sidelined him for the entire month of June, but centerfielder Matt Kemp has returned with a vengeance, clubbing 17 home runs in just 73 games while tracking down pop flies with the grace of a cheetah on a motorized scooter. Kemp and the offense may be overshadowed by the Dodgers pitching staff, though, which has one of baseball's best ERAs, thanks largely to reigning Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw.
Los Angeles Dodgers
The story of the Los Angeles Dodgers begins in 1884 in Brooklyn, New York, where the team tried out such names as the Bridegrooms, the Superbas, and the Robins before finally settling on the Dodgers in 1932. A scant 15 years later, the club played a vital role in the American civil-rights movement, as Jackie Robinson became the first African American to don a Major League uniform.
When Robinson retired after the 1956 season, players such as Don Drysdale and Duke Snider picked up the torch and, along with owner Walter O'Malley, led the team on a cross-country move to Los Angeles in 1958. The club settled into its new home four years later, erecting the stadium in which it's since won four World Series titles. Unlike most modern fields, which use giant green screens to appear surrounded by city skylines, Dodger Stadium sits in the shadow of the real San Gabriel Mountains, and the 56,000-seat ballpark was selected by MLB players as the best stadium in baseball in a 2003 Sports Illustrated poll.