The Los Angeles Dodgers are a Major League Baseball team, who play in the National League Western Division. The Dodgers have a long and storied history in baseball, most of which did not come while playing in Los Angeles. From 1932 through 1957, they were known as the Brooklyn Dodgers playing in New York’s most populous borough. There time in Brooklyn even stretches far before 1932, when they were known by many different names, but it was as the Dodgers that New York fans began their love affair with the team. The most important moment in team history, and sports history, was when Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier as a member of the Dodgers. From his first game through today and into the future that momentous moment will be remembered.
When the team moved to the West Coast, they had to re-establish a fan base and did that by winning on the field. Players like Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, Kirk Gibson and Fernando Valenzuela helped grow the team in L.A., but during times with less than stellar star-power, the team did not sell tickets as well in the celebrity-driven town. But in 2008, the Dodgers got the celebrity that brought fans to the park in Manny Ramirez. Sales for the team and the secondary market will undoubted get a Manny-bump over the life of his contract.
Once again, World Series games top the chart for best-selling tickets. The five remaining games take the top spots, save for a Foo Fighters show that broke the hold at No. 5 today for a show in Dallas. Foo Fighters’ Concrete and Gold tour dates also takes Nos. 7,... Read more
In a time of year when baseball, football, and basketball seasons collide, it’s no surprise that sports events account for over half of all sales on the Top 20. The Top 5 spots are dominated by the World Series- as of last night, Dodgers and Astros are tied 1-1.... Read more
Today’s Number One spot goes to tonight’s World Series Game 2 at Dodger Stadium. Be there to see if the Dodgers hold their lead. Broadway shows make a comeback today, with performances of Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen, and Springsteen on Broadway seeing several spots on the Top 20. Other... Read more
The World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros starts tonight at Dodger Stadium- the No. 1 spot on today’s Market Heat Report- followed by Games 2-6 in assorted order and Game 7 coming in at No. 20. In other sports, the 2018 Masters Gold Tournament next... Read more
With the World Series just one day away, the seven final games of the season are the top seven best-selling events on the TicketNetwork marketplace. Get your tickets now while you still can! Yesterday’s NFL games were among the top sellers, as well as today’s Philadelphia Eagles vs. Washington... Read more
Today’s Top 10 is dominated completely by either the remainder of baseball season or the next big tour stops from Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood at Prudential Center. Dodgers fans who have been buying TBD tickets all week predicted correctly; their team will play the 2017 World Series facing... Read more
After the obvious domination of the Top 5 by MLB postseason games, a couple stop on next summer’s country music tour from Kenny Chesney, Thomas Rhett, Old Dominion, and Brandon Lay stole three spots on the chart today. The Cubs won their first NLCS game against the Dodgers last... Read more
With less than a week away from game one of the 2017 World Series, just under half of Top 20 sales went to last night’s games, remaining Championship Series games, and predictions for the World Series. LA fans are still most sure their team will be there, taking the... Read more
The countdown to the World Series continues and Los Angeles Dodgers fans are still most hopeful about their team’s prospects. TBD Home Games 1, 2 & 3 for a Dodgers’ hosted World Series are Nos. 1, 3 & 18 on today’s chart, showing how willing LA fans are to... Read more
As the 2017 World Series approaches, LA Dodgers fans have made clear their confidence through ticket sales, with potential Home Games 1 & 2 of the championship series at Dodger Stadium at Nos. 3 and 5 on today’s Market Heat Report. Tonight and tomorrow’s series games between the Yankees... Read more