We want to hear your Dodgers Story! | KCET
We want to hear your Dodgers Story!
Thank you for your stories! Submissions are now closed.
PBS SoCal and KCET are currently producing a documentary about the history of the Dodgers in Los Angeles, and we want you to be a part of it. Right now, we’re collecting stories from people who love the Dodgers. We would love to hear your stories!
And not just your stories, we want to see the photos and watch the videos of the Dodgers moments that are most meaningful to you and your family.
Your story might even make it into the documentary!
You can share your stories several ways!
- Fill out the form below
- Email it to DodgersStory@pbssocal.org
- Share it on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #MyDodgersStory
We look forward to hearing, and possibly sharing, your stories!
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