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Vin Scully to Narrate the Dodgers’ 2020 World Series Film

The legendary announcer comes out of retirement for a special occasion
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After a Year Like This One, L.A. Has Earned a Proper Post-Pandemic Party

2020 has been full of pain and uncertainty, but after a string of historic victories, Angelenos have plenty of reason to celebrate when the time is right
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Despite Pleas for a Parade, a Dodgers Victory Celebration will Have to Wait

The pandemic continues to put a damper on baseball season
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A History of the Dodgers in the World Series from 1916 to 2020

Take a quick look back at the team's history after Tuesday's big win
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Being the Voice of the Dodgers in 2020 Has Been No Walk in the Ballpark

For Joe Davis, taking over for Vin Scully was the first test—now he has pandemic baseball to contend with
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NBA Playoff Games Expected to Resume Following Player Protest

On Wednesday, pro athletes in the NBA, WNBA, and other leagues protested the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin by refusing to play
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Dodger Stadium Will Be the First MLB Ballpark to Become a Polling Place

The Dodgers are teaming up with LeBron James to create a safe (and iconic) in-person voting center
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How to Get a Taste of the Dodger Stadium Experience from Home

Sure, you can’t watch a game from your favorite seats, but here’s the next best thing
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Good News for Dodger Fans? Major League Baseball Will Be Back in July

Some involved in the sport worry that the plans in place leave too much room for error as pandemic conditions shift
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Even If Pro Sports Resume, It Could Still Be a Brutal Year for L.A. Fans

COVID-19 stands to crush at least three teams' title aspirations—and dampen the debut of a $5 billion stadium