This season has been great for the Dodgers all around. On the field, the boys in blue are the best in baseball. And this year, online has been great for fans. The Dodgers video production team put together some great commercials promoting giveaways at Dodger Stadium.
More recently, we’ve seen bobblehead spots from Freddie Freeman and Trea Turner featuring the players doing their best to play. Now the video team has really pulled off a real gem with some budding stars in the industry…
The Dodgers kids.
To promote the upcoming “Mystery Ring Night” giveaway coming to the ballpark, Freddie’s son, Mookie Bett’s daughter and Kershaw’s two oldest children are in the spotlight.
On Tuesday, August 23, the team is hosting one of its most popular giveaways to date by giving away replica championship rings. The first 35,000 fans will step into a 1955, 1959, 1963, 1965, 1981, 1988 or 2020 ring.
For this game, it is essential that the fans arrive early. Last season, patrons struggled to secure their rings with less than respectable attendees entering the park using multiple tickets to get their dirty hands on multiple rings.
Be sure to check out our guide to parking secrets and tips to make sure you have a ring in your hand!
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