From "Dodgers tickets are going . . . cheap?" by Danny Knobler at CBSSports.com:
According to the website seatgeek.com, which tracks ticket prices on the secondary market, Dodger tickets are worth less this week than any other ticket in baseball. They're 30th out of 30. They're behind the Marlins, the Rays and the Pirates (although, actually, it's the Braves who are 29th).
The site says that tickets for Wednesday night's game against the Giants -- the arch-rival, world champion Giants -- can be had for as little as $8. The average ticket, it says, is going for just 46 percent of face value.
Don't know if it's apathy or an active repudiation of Frank McCourt, but does this mean Dodger fans are finally voting with their wallets? June is going to be an interesting month.