Dodgers Raise Price on Every Season Ticket, Parking

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Fans cheer during the National League Championship Series at Dodger Stadium on Oct. 19, 2016. (Credit: Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

The Dodgers raised the price on every season ticket Thursday, stunning some fans hit with double-digit increases for a second consecutive year.

The Dodgers also increased parking prices for season-ticket holders by as much as 27%.

In each of the four full seasons under the ownership of Guggenheim Baseball Management, the Dodgers have won the National League West and led the major leagues in tickets sold. The Dodgers have capped season sales at 35,000 tickets and expect to hit that level again next year, said David Siegel, vice president of ticket sales.

The Dodgers also have led the majors in payroll the last three seasons, although they are expected to cut that number for a second consecutive year. Ticket prices are a function of supply and demand, not player salaries.

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