Tomas Benitez

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Development Director at Plaza de la Raza, and an advisor to the Baseball Reliquary, a traveling museum and sports history group

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There's an air of excitement at  Dodger Stadium  that hasn't been there in decades, as the team with the highest payroll in Major League Baseball rolls toward the playoffs.

What about those Dodgers

There's an air of excitement at Dodger Stadium that hasn't been there in decades, as the team with the highest payroll in Major League Baseball rolls toward the playoffs.

from Which Way, L.A.?

The Dodgers played the Pittsburgh Pirates on this  50th Opening Day  in Chavez Ravine.  The Stadium was sold out, but the biggest single crowd may have been from the  LAPD , which was…

Looking Back as Dodger Stadium Celebrates Its Jubilee

The Dodgers played the Pittsburgh Pirates on this 50th Opening Day in Chavez Ravine.  The Stadium was sold out, but the biggest single crowd may have been from the LAPD , which was…

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