Chavez Ravine history still painful to displaced Hispanic Community

November 8, 2017

By Kevin Gonzalez The Los Angeles Dodgers are in the spotlight after finally playing in the World Series for the first time since 1988 and many fans have come forth. Ready to pledge their allegiance without knowing the genesis of the team. According to the MLB attendance report, the Dodgers saw an increase in attendance of more than 62,000 people compared to 2016. Los Angeles County is 47 percent  to…

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Dodger fan thanks Vin Scully

September 29, 2016

By Dan Gudino  After 67 years as the voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Vincent Edward “Vin” Scully gave his final home performance at Dodger Stadium Sunday afternoon. Scully referred to us as friends and not fans. His gratefulness and humbleness refused to use the word fan because it stems from the word fanatic. Instead he always made sure we were having, “A pleasant good evening, to wherever you may…

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Former baseball player slides home

By Carlos Alvarez Head varsity baseball coach at Roosevelt High School and former East Los Angeles College baseball standout Ramon Ruiz continues to share his experience of what it takes to make it to the major leagues. “I have always taken pride in the community and try to give back anyway I can.  It’s an honor to coach at my high school alma mater,” Ruiz said. Upon graduating from Roosevelt…

March 21, 2012
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