OKlahoma City Dodgers
In 1904, pro baseball came to Oklahoma City for the first time with the formation of the Oklahoma City Metropolitans. The sport became a mainstay in the community and has been part of the landscape ever since.
2021 Season Information
- Tickets to Oklahoma City Dodgers games can be purchased individually or in packages online and will be distributed digitally.
- Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark will open at 50 percent capacity for May and June home games.
- Fans will be seated in pods of no more than six people and will be distanced from fans not in their party.
- The Oklahoma City Dodgers strongly encourage fans to wear facial coverings, even though they are no longer required at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. More on the health and safety policies in place for the ballpark can be found online.
- The ballpark's Clear Bag Policy allows each fan to bring in one clear bag (does not exceed 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches). Exceptions will be made for medically-essential items and diaper bags.
- Fan favorite promotions like Friday Fireworks and $2 Tuesdays return to the ballpark this year! Learn more about the Dodger's promotional nights here.
Gear up for the game at the Oklahoma City Dodgers team store located near the front entrance! Dodgers' shirts, hats, pennants and other baseball souvenirs can be purchased in the team store and also online.
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
Before the Oklahoma City Thunder arrived, the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark was the centerpiece of OKC’s Bricktown Entertainment District. It remains a downtown staple today and serves as home field for all Dodgers home games.
What makes the Bricktown Ballpark more than just a stadium is the historical value it adds to the community and city. Three statues of some of history's best baseball players stand guard over the park, all of whom have ties to Oklahoma. They include Mickey Mantle, Johnny Bench and Warren Spahn.