The boys in blue are set to open the month of July on Tuesday. Tomorrow is an off-day as they prepare for an important series on the road Tuesday against the Colorado Rockies. The Dodgers finish up the month of June with a record of 14-13, their best month of 2013 so far. A big part of that has been Yasiel Puig, this guy is breaking all kinds of rookie records. The next two weeks are the most critical games the Dodgers have played this far, despite being in last place in the NL West, the Dodgers are only four games out in the NL West.
The Dodgers open up a three game road trip against the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday. Then Friday a three game road trip against the San Francisco Giants. Then they go to Arizona to take on the first-place Diamondbacks, then they go back home to take on Colorado again before the All-Star break. The Dodgers better enjoy their day off tomorrow because they don’t have a scheduled off day for two weeks on July 15th when the Dodgers get the four day All-Star break. With all of the next 13 games against rival NL West teams the Dodgers have a huge opportunity before them to gain some ground in the standings, it’s not far-fetched for the Dodgers to leap from last to first place in the NL West in two weeks time.
Tickets for the pivotal four-game series against the second-place Colorado Rockies that opens up on July 11th are still available. All four games are promotional giveaway games. Dodgers Tickets are going up and fast since the phenom Yasiel Puig arrived in Dodgertown. Don’t miss out on the chance to see him tear up the NL West.
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