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This Summer it’s going to cost You $$ NOT to be at a Dodgers Game

Yes, the Covid pandemic has affected summer sports, but have no fear, Dodger fans will now able to attend the shortened 2020 season.


You can purchase a cutout of yourself that will help fill the seats at Dodger Stadium.

The cutouts in the field and loge sections soon to be available at purchase at $149, while Dugout Club or the new Pavilion Home Run Seats will cost $299.

Take me out to the Ballgame….um?

Net proceeds from the cut-outs sales will benefit the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation.



The 2020 Major League Baseball season kicks off next week, but fans will not be permitted into Dodger Stadium or other ballparks around the country due to the ongoing pandemic.

“The electrifying energy of Dodger Stadium is rooted in the passion of our fans…

…While we are saddened that they will not be part of the live experience, the personalized cutouts will bring a bit of color to the stadium during these challenging times,” said Nichol Whiteman, CEO of the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation.

Fans can choose a seat in the section of their choice, subject to availability, but will not be guaranteed the row and seat.

Those looking to purchase a cutout are encouraged to act quickly at Dodgers.com/FanCutouts to reserve their seat, as only a limited number are available.

My Dodgers Members and Premium Clients will have access to presales as of Tuesday, and the sales will be open to the public at 10 a.m. Wednesday.


The Los Angeles Angels have also decided to off fans the option to purchase a cutout in the stands. Cutouts are $89 each for general fans and $49 each for A’s Access members.

Martin Teller
Martin Teller loves rock n' roll, cyber security and Vegas trade shows. He wishes those interests alone would get him a seat at the 'cool kids' table. Alas, so far no. If you need him, he's likely waiting in line at the Southwest boarding gate at Burbank Airport as he writes this.
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