Fans, Ticket Holders Turned Away From Sold Out Dodger Stadium Parking Lots

LOS ANGELES ( — As tough as a ticket to the upcoming NLCS, featuring the Los Angeles Dodgers, may be to get, finding a parking space at the stadium may be even more difficult.

The Dodgers are heading to the National League Championship Series after defeating the Atlanta Braves three games to one in the Divisional Series, and the club’s post-season popularity is skyrocketing.

Following the Dodgers’ series-clinching 4-3 comeback victory over the Braves in Game 4 on Monday night, the parking lots were absolutely jammed with cars trying to leave the stadium.

It was the overcrowding of the lots before the game, however, that posed the bigger issue.

“They said lot was full, sorry, turn around and try somewhere else,” Game-4 ticket-holder Preethi Chand said.

Chand, like a number of fans, was turned away from parking at the stadium, as the lots were already occupied to maximum capacity. She eventually found a spot some 20 minutes later in a nearby residential area.

Read more on the story on CBS LA.

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