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    Dodgers: A Farewell to Dodger Great Bill Buckner

    As fans settled in for an extended weekend of baseball on Memorial Day, one of the game’s unsung heroes passed on. Bill Buckner, a native of Vallejo, CA who played with the Dodgers in 8 of his 22 seasons, passed away aged 69 from dementia. Not even 70 years old … farewell, Bill Buckner. https://t.co/YDXiQqn8qs […] More

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    Dodgers: Is The Hall of Fame Door Now Open For Steve Garvey?

    Steve Garvey played for the Los Angeles Dodgers from 1969 to 1982, garnering much fanfare and even some Hall of Fame credentials. However, Garvey’s chance at Cooperstown has looked grim. That is until recent when Harold Baines was selected by the current committee. MLB Network’s roundtable including Chris Russo, Bob Costas, and Roberto Alomar weighed […] More

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    Dodgers To Open Pop-Up Museum Presented By Mastercard

    Are you in Los Angeles for Thanksgiving weekend and looking for something Dodgers related? We just might have the thing for you. The Dodgers will host their third annual Pop-Up Museum presented by Mastercard beginning this Saturday (November 24th). The event will take place on the Left Field reserve level of the ballpark. Tickets for […] More

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    Dodgers: Justin Turner Nominated for Arguably the League’s Best Award

    The good news just keeps on coming for the Dodgers lately. After winning a series over the rival Diamondbacks and temporarily taking first place this weekend, they received some more good news. Justin Turner was on the receiving end of player of the month award. More importantly, JT will be the Dodgers nomination for the Roberto […] More

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    Join AM570 to Raise Money for Paralyzed Veterans of America and Win Great Dodger Prizes

    Dodgers Radio Station, AM 570, is holding their 9th Annual Paralyzed Veterans of America Radio-thon on Thursday, Nov. 10 from 12p to 7 p.m. Donations will offer support, therapy and care for paralyzed veterans. The Paralyzed Veterans of America’s mission is to change lives and build brighter futures for the heroes that risked their lives for […] More

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    Dodgers Fandom: The Casual and The Passionate

    My parents couldn’t name 3 current Dodgers right now for a billion dollars.  Couldn’t tell you who owns them, no clue who manages them, and there is NO WAY they know where they sit in the standings, etc.  That’s ok, they’re human. I can’t hold that against them. Well, as you can tell, I am […] More

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    A Blue Mother’s Day

    Here at Dodgers Nation we love to hear from fans and their Los Angeles Dodgers stories. In honor of Mother’s Day, Dodger fan Aaron Polanco shared his story about his beautiful mother, Ana, and Dodger great Steve Garvey. Thank you Aaron for sharing. Below is her story, written in his words: A Blue Mother’s Day: Part […] More

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