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Dodgers Nation: How to Combat Social Distancing



One of the most interesting, entertaining and most surprising aspects of becoming a Dodgers fan is the ever-growing social media community that I’ve encountered over the last 7 years with its unique cast of characters, different perspectives and degrees of passion for our team. Human beings are not all built the same so the online opinions are often strong and varied, but there are two things we have all been able to agree on since the beginning of time: we all share a strong dislike for the Houston Astros and their cheating ways, and each and every one of us loves and misses baseball.

Here are some of the ways Dodgers fans are passing the time and adjusting to life without baseball:

We’re all in this together, Dodgers Nation. While we’re still in a period of unknown, let’s help each other find ways to pass the time, talk to each other to ease the anxious moments, and remember the wise words of the great Vin Scully: “…rest assured, once again, it will be time for Dodger baseball.”

Written by Gail Johnson

Biggest Dodgers fan north of the border, living about 3,500 miles from my beloved Boys In Blue, in Moncton, NB, Canada. I think Dodger Stadium is the happiest place on Earth. I'll catch up on my sleep in the off-season.

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