That’s The (Season) Ticket

The Los Angeles Dodgers filed suit against comedian and club owner Jon Lovitz and others for allegedly failing to pay for three season tickets they signed agreements for to the tune of nearly $100,000. The breach of contract suit was filed May 24.

According to the Daily Breeze of Long Beach, Calif., Lovitz and others signed a contract with the baseball club in March 2008 for use of three Dugout Club seats for all games during the 2008-10 seasons, with annual 3 percent increases per seat for the second and third years.

Dugout Club seats are highly coveted field-level seats that include catering by Wolfgang Puck and VIP parking.

The lawsuit alleges the group refused to pay $95,400 for the 2010 season. The Dodgers canceled the agreement for non-payment but still want the money owed, according to the paper.

Lovitz isn’t alone in owing big bucks for baseball; filmmaker Steve Marlton was also sued by the Dodgers for season ticket non-payment. The team seeks $304,800 from the “Rescue Dawn” producer, according to the Daily Breeze.