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Dodgers Players Send Out Personal Congrats the Class of 2020



The Dodgers went out of their way for something pretty special on Saturday. While COVID0-19 has shut down the sports world, it’s also stopped a pretty exciting part of a student’s life from happening as well. Graduation ceremonies all over the country were called off, forcing families to get creative. 

But on Saturday, the Dodgers did something special. SportsNetLA tweeted out plenty of videos of players sending their congrats to the class of 2020 in what was a very special moment. 

Kiké Hernandez kicked things off by sharing his congratulations with students, sporting his very popular quarantine mustache. The Dodgers’ utility man encouraged students that times would get better soon and that there was plenty of hope for the future. 

Orel Hershiser was also a part of the ‘graduation ceremony’, giving students hope for a very bright future after their years of hard work. The Dodgers legend made sure to point out that the students’ years of hard work would not be in vain, and that the economy opening back up would get things going job-wise for students. 

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Written by Brook Smith

Brook is the Senior Editor of Dodgers Nation, with several years of experience in sports journalism. He is an avid Dodgers and Lakers fan, and can be spotted fairly often at Dodger Stadium and Staples Center.

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