If you were hoping to attend a Spring Training game this year, you’re in luck. Yesterday, the Dodgers announced updates to their Spring Training ticketing policy, schedule and procedures for games at Camelback Ranch over the next month.
In regards to capacity, the stadium will allow 2,400 socially-distanced fans per game, which is 18 percent of full capacity. Tickets will be sold on a single-game basis in pods of two, four and six tickets each. Each pod will be a minimum of six feet from each other.
All ticket sales will be single-game tickets and will go on sale to the public a week from today at 9:00 a.m. PT on Saturday, February 20. If you’d like to purchase tickets, you can go to (camelbackranchbaseball.com) or (dodgers.com/spring). Tickets will also be available for purchase by phone at 800-905-3315.
If you’re interested in attending, please take a look at the safety protocols.
- Social distancing will be enforced at all times.
- Appropriate masks will be required unless fans are eating or drinking in their ticketed seats. Neck gaiters, bandanas and masks with valves are not considered appropriate masks.
- Concessions and retail will be cashless and contactless operations.
- Hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout the ballpark.
- Practice fields will be closed to fans.
- No bags will be permitted except for those that are carried for medical reasons or manufactured diaper bags that accompany infants and young children.
- Yesterday, Major League Baseball also released a revised Spring Training schedule, with the Dodgers’ first game being pushed back a day
- Dodger pitchers and catchers report on February 17,
- Full squad reports on February 22
- First full-squad work on February 23.
- New 2021 Health & Safety Information, as well as new policies, can be found on camelbackranchbaseball.com.