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You'll Win, But Will The Dodgers? Team Drops Prices, Ups Perks for 2012 Season Tickets

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It's already a bargain by MLB standards, and now the Los Angeles Dodgers are making a good deal cheaper and upping the perks for 2012 season tickets.

The Dodgers announced today that the lowered prices and their related benefits will be available for 96% of the seats in Dodger Stadium. That means there will be over 35,000 seats in Dodger Stadium that will be up for grabs for $20 or less when purchased as a season ticket bundle.

Here's more from the Dodgers:

Several exciting new benefits will be offered in 2012 adding exceptional value to being a Dodger season ticket holder including the opportunity to enter the stadium one hour before the general public to watch Dodger batting practice. Season ticket holders will also be able to play catch on the field with friends and family after select games. Additional amenities include access to all levels of the ballpark, from the Top Deck to the Field level. MVP and VIP Field Level season ticket holders will also receive a complimentary Stadium Club membership to use throughout the season.

So if cheaper seats for the whole season mean more butts regularly filling seats, maybe when the Dodgers look up and see full stands they'll play better. Yeah?