Despite their claims of a difficult financial year, the Dodgers are not raising ticket or parking prices for 1993.
"Quite frankly, I am concerned about the economic problems of baseball--we are going through a very troubled time," said Peter O'Malley, Dodger president, in a statement. "However, raising ticket prices is not the answer."
Ticket prices will remain $11 for box seats, $8 for reserved seats, $6 for general admission and $3 for general admission for children and senior citizens on the day of the game. Parking is $4.
The Angels announced on Monday that they would not be raising prices.