The 2019 Los Angeles Dodgers gear up for another run deep into October. Last season, the Dodgers lost in the World Series but, once again, dominated the NL West for the sixth straight year. This season there will be some new faces in the clubhouse and a few key players no longer with the team. The most notable move in the offseason was the trade that sent Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp, and Alex Wood to the Cincinnati Reds. It was a cost-effective move for the Dodgers in which they also acquired promising prospects. The other exciting offseason transaction that has the Dodger fanbase buzzing is the signing of outfielder AJ Pollock.
While the Dodgers have their veteran stars to rely on like Clayton Kershaw and Justin Turner, the rest of the roster is filled out with promising young players. Third baseman Corey Seager is looking to pick up where he left off before missing last season due to an injury. Cody Bellinger, Max Muncy, and Joc Pederson all look to make big strides in their careers in 2019. Dodgers fans should also get an opportunity to see outfielder Alex Verdugo get his full shot as a starter. On the pitching mound, the Dodgers of course have Kershaw leading their rotation but pitchers like Walker Buehler and Ross Stripling look to cement themselves in the rotation for years to come.
Dodger Stadium will be rocking with cheers in 2019 and there won’t be a better spot in the stadium to cheer on the Dodgers than from a private luxury box. Suites at Dodger Stadium will accommodate groups of 20 or 30 people. With a suite for a Dodgers game, guests will receive VIP parking passes, a suite attendant and exclusive access to VIP Club areas within Dodger Stadium. All the 20-person BMW Club Suites will be located within the infield. All the 30-person suites start after first and third base to the foul poles. Dodger suite prices for 2019 will vary by the game but range from $5,000-$17,500. A 20- or 30-person suite will be the same price for any game.