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Dodgers To Close Out Spring Training With Freeway Series Against The Angels
We still have a few days to go until the Dodgers play their home opener against the Padres on April 3, but the end of spring training will see a freeway series between the boys in blue and the Angels beginning tonight.
Game 1 starts tonight at 7:07 p.m. at Angels Stadium down in Anaheim. Game 2 will also be played in Orange County, with the series closer happening Saturday back home at Chavez Ravine at 6:10 p.m.
If you need a quick and easy way to Dodger Stadium, Metro's Dodger Stadium Express will begin service Saturday. Shuttles are free with a ticket to the game, and will run from Union Station and the South Bay.
Saturday should see a high of 80 degrees, which will cool off the during game and should make for a perfect start to the baseball season (re: shoveling Dodger dogs into your face along with the new Stumptown coffee ice cream floats).
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