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Dodgers Caravan will have a busy Tuesday

The Dodgers seventh annual Community Caravan makes several stops on Tuesday

Dodgerslogo At 1:45 p.m., they will visit the Trader Joe's in Hastings Ranch. At 3:15 p.m., the Dodgers will join youngsters from the Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club for the dedication of the ninth Dodgers Dreamfield in Los Angeles, followed by a clinic. Attending will be Andre Ethier and Hiroki Kuroda; former Dodgers Ken Landreaux, Rudy Law, Bobby Castillo and Tommy Davis; and Dodgers broadcaster Eric Collins. The dedication is open to the public.

The caravan ends they day at the ESPN Zone at L.A. LIVE across from Staples Center at 5 p.m. Autographs are available to the first 150 fans in two lines. The first 80 fans in line will also get the chance to have priority seating for dinner in the screening room where the autograph signing will be held.

Guests will be seated in groups of four. Diners must spend $20 each on food and beverages, will receive a $25 game card and be the first to get autographs at 5 p.m. Afterward, Ethier will drop the puck before the Kings-Rangers hockey game at Staples Center.

-- Houston Mitchell

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Today was a Tuesday I'll never forget. I work next door to the Trader Joe's where the Dodgers came to visit, and I couldn't believe it. There was Tommy Lasorda, an icon from my childhood (I'm let's say...30-something now). I was so happy to just be able to see him, I wasn't prepared to actually MEET him! I was just as amazed to meet Kenny Landreaux, one of my favourite players from back in the day. It was just so awesome. As I stood with my baseball to be autographed, I felt like I was 8 years old again. A truly awesome, amazing day! Thank you to the Dodgers!!!


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