Dodgers Stories: 6 Decades in LA (featured graphic)

Hollywood Celebrities Star as Dodgers Players

The Hollywood Stars minor league, which played in Los Angeles from 1926-1957, started a tradition to host an annual game featuring celebrity players, coaches and cheerleaders. Although the team stopped playing, the Dodgers continued hosting the game into the 2000s. A fan favorite, the annual game has brought out stars such as Frank Sinatra, Robin Williams, and Jamie Foxx.  

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Dodgers Stories: 6 Decades in LA

"Dodgers Stories: 6 Decades in L.A." celebrates the boys in blue and their fans. Combining archival photos and films with new interviews, this local special features a variety of Dodgers players and people who worked behind-the-scenes to bring the team to Los Angeles. Roz Wyman, James Hahn, Tommy Lasorda, Justin Turner, Steve Garvey, Bill Russell, Ron Cey, Steve Yeager, Manny Mota, Billy Bean, Kenny Landreaux and Dave Roberts are all featured.

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