The Los Angeles Dodgers released their 2023 first half promotion schedule on Tuesday. Freddie Freeman, Mookie Betts, and Julio Urias bobbleheads are amongst the promotions on the schedule. The Dodgers will also be having “drone shows” at Dodger Stadium each Friday, per Juan Toribio.

The Dodgers will honor legendary broadcaster Vin Scully, who passed away last year, with a Vin Scully jersey giveaway on April 18th.

There will be plenty of opportunities to get bobbleheads in 2023 as well. In addition to Freddie Freeman, Mookie Betts, and Julio Urias, other Dodgers with scheduled bobblehead nights include: Clayton Kershaw, Dustin May, Will Smith, Gavin Lux, and Tony Gonsolin.

The Dodgers have consistently been one of the most competitive teams in the National League in recent years. Although they had a fairly quiet offseason, LA still expects to compete. The team has some questions heading into 2023, but Dave Roberts and Co. have an idea of how the lineup will look come Opening Day.

Some fans are worried as a result of stars such as Trea Turner and Justin Turner departing from the ball club in MLB free agency. But the Dodgers unquestionably still feature enough talent to compete in the NL West. However, the San Diego Padres have made a number of significant upgrades. Winning the division will prove to be a challenge this season.

With that being said, Los Angeles will remain confident heading into the season. And this Dodgers' promotion schedule announcement will only excite fans even more heading into the 2023 MLB campaign.