Are the Dodgers Blue?

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When the Dodgers moved into Chavez Ravine forty years ago, Los Angeles lost an historic neighborhood. In the next 30 years, the team managed to generate enormous measures of civic pride. But a lot has changed since then, and recently, it just hasn-t seemed the same. Stability, tradition and mystique have been replaced by rapid turnover and big money. Are the Dodgers still a civic tradition or just another baseball team? With another Dodger season about to begin, we join former LA Times writer Jesse Katz and author Steve Delsohn for a look at the good old days, the more recent past, and the future prospects.
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