Jaime Jarrín

Spanish language Dodgers broadcaster

Spanish language Dodgers broadcaster

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Jaime Jarrín has been the Spanish language voice for the Dodgers over the last 64 years. He’s called thousands of games, and his retirement comes at the end of this season.

After Dodgers retirement, Jaime Jarrín will focus on getting kids to college

Jaime Jarrín has been the Spanish language voice for the Dodgers over the last 64 years. He’s called thousands of games, and his retirement comes at the end of this season.

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"There is no other segment of the population that supports baseball more than the Latinos, and the Dodgers know that," says Jaime Jarrín.

Dodgers’ Spanish language announcer is rounding the bases — Jaime Jarrín will retire after 2022 season

"There is no other segment of the population that supports baseball more than the Latinos, and the Dodgers know that," says Jaime Jarrín.

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