The Los Angeles Dodgers staved off elimination against the Atlanta Braves in Game 5 to force the National League Championship Series back to Truist Park this weekend.
While the Dodgers may not return to Dodger Stadium, the team is again hosting NLCS watch parties in the center field plaza. Tickets are priced at $50 and include free parking, a Dia de Los Dodgers bobblehead, and $20 food and beverage credit to be used at open concessions.
Among available entertainment during the NLCS watch parties include pitching and batting cages, Dodgers dugout augmented reality experience and big screens for the game broadcast.
Limited seating is available at the overlook bars in the outfield and plazas on a first-come, first-serve basis. The majority of ticketed guests will have standing room access. Face coverings are required for all guests regardless of vaccination status and must be worn at all times, except when actively eating or drinking.
The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation will have their Homebase location open in the center field plaza, where fans can purchase $10 t-shirts and autographed memorabilia while supplies last.
Gates open one hour prior to the start time. First pitch of Game 6 is set for 5:08 p.m. PT due to the Houston Astros closing out the Boston Red Sox to advance to the World Series a third time in the past five seasons.
If the Dodgers manage to force the NLCS to a Game 7, first pitch on Sunday is scheduled for 4:38 p.m.
Dodgers without Scherzer
After relying on a bullpen game to avoid elimination, the Dodgers took confidence in their NLCS odds with Max Scherzer being scheduled to start Game 6, and Walker Buehler in line for a winner-take-all matchup.
However, Scherzer has since been scratched due to lingering arm issues that cut his start in Game 2 short. Buehler instead takes the mound on short rest.
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