Take a look at Vin Scully Bobblehead. Matt Kemp Returns. Infield Bobblehead giveaway tonight

Thursday August 30, 2012 is Vin Scully Bobblehead Day! The bobblehead will be given to the first 50,000 valid tickets. Here is the picture the Dodgers posted today:

From email from the Dodgers:
The only way to guarantee tickets to this game, and the Sandy Koufax Bobblehead game on Tuesday, August 7, is with a season ticket plan or the 10-game Flex Plan. Individual tickets will not be made available to the general public. The Flex Plan allows you to pick the games you want to attend during the remaining Dodgers home schedule, with tickets starting at just $11.

Dodgers dropped the first game with the Brewers 3-2. Harang took the loss and Marcum the win.

Is the Infield bobblehead tonight! looking forward to seeing the whole infield of Lopes, Garvey, Cey & Russell all together.

Fiers (0-0) goes against Eovaldi (0-0). Eovaldi was brought over because of Lilly going to the 15 day DL.

It is also the return of Matt Kemp! You can be sure Dodger fans will be chanting louder “MVP”

5 Comments

So which do you have? Is it a Flex Plan, or do you have season tickets? To this date, I have only purchased one team’s plan ever – a 6-game plan for the Mets this year- and judging by how that has gone so far, it may be my last time ever doing so.
-Mateo

http://mateofischer.mlblogs.com

Mateo,
I have had two season tickets for a while. Will miss two of the Mets games when I will be in Minnesota for the SABR convention but plan on being back in time for Sunday’s game. The game right now says “TBD” so it could be a 1 P.M. or 5 P.M. game.

I’m guessing you’re talking about the series in LA, right? I know the series at Citi Field is July 20-22 and I thought the SABR convention went into early July. Oh, and I pulled a comment you left on my blog out of the Spam folder. I really have no idea why it went there, though. I think the same happened when you commented on Zack Hample’s blog, too.
-Mateo

http://mateofischer.mlblogs.com

Mateo,
Yes, I am talking about the Mets series in LA. I noticed that in several blogs here when I include my blog link in the comment, it does not post. Guess it considerers

Maybe you’re just being too nice and posting comments on too many blogs, because there is a filter, but it is usually only if you include two links and the comment just gets held up for moderation.
-Mateo

http://mateofischer.mlblogs.com

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