Head to Hennessey’s Tavern in Manhattan Beach for the viewing party when the Galaxy travel to San Jose to face the Earthquakes! Edson Buddle will be at the viewing party signing autographs and snapping photos with fans.
June 30th, 2012
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Dodgers and Grammy Award-winning rock band Linkin Park will offer a ticket package, a first-of-its-kind for the Dodgers and Linkin Park, that includes a game ticket (June 29 vs. NYM, 7:10 p.m.) and a digital copy of the band’s fifth studio album “LIVING THINGS” out on June 26 on Machine Shop Recordings/Warner Bros.
The $23 package includes an Infield Reserve ticket and upon purchase, fans will receive a redemption code and a digital copy of “LIVING THINGS” will be available for redemption starting on June 26.
“LIVING THINGS” was co-produced by Rick Rubin (Adele, Metallica) and Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda. Shinoda, a Southern California native and Dodger fan, will attend the June 29 game against the Mets and participate in pre-game ceremonies. Friday Night Fireworks will be set to a Linkin Park soundtrack that night as part of the partnership.
In addition to the release of their fifth studio album, Linkin Park will be co-headlining the 2012 Honda Civic Tour with Incubus starting on August 11. More information on Linkin Park can be found by visiting www.linkinpark.com.
Dodger fans can purchase their Linkin Park ticket packages for just $23 exclusively at www.dodgers.com/LinkinPark.
I like Ethier contract a whole lot more when I compare it to Jayson Werth's deal. Fewer years, younger age, less $, longer track record.Ethier currently leads the NL in RBI's with 52. I noticed during this season that Ethier has been hustling and running out every ball he hits. He's been doing a lot more since it was his contract year. Frank McCourt was the main reason Ethier didn't want to stay in LA, but I don't blame him. Now that McCourt is gone and there's new ownership, why would anyone want to leave? Maybe the Dodgers can try to trade for Dustin Pedroia, who happens to be Andre Ethier's best friend.
Los Angeles Dodgers Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda suffered a mild heart attack Monday while in New York for the Major League Baseball 2012 First-Year Player Draft. Lasorda, 84, was taken to New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center for treatment.
Doctors inserted a stent to correct a blocked artery in Lasorda’s heart. He is resting comfortably and in stable condition.
“The doctors confirmed I do bleed Dodger Blue,” Lasorda joked. “I’m looking forward to being back at the stadium to cheer on the Dodgers.”