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TBLA - Before The Sun Sets

The only Dodger news today is that the dream foundation is building another field in the impoverished area of Northridge, where the 1/2 million dollar homes have had a tough time with their little league programs. No Jamie this winter to give those witty speeches, so they are throwing the big guys at us including Hiroki Kuroda.  At the rate the Dream Foundation is building these fields in the poorest area's of Los Angeles, maybe it is a okay for the overhead to be the highest in the history of foundation work. I'm going to assume they already took care of East Los Angeles, Compton, and Cudahy, since they are now starting to build dream fields in the North West San Fernando Valley, well known for not having any sort of an organized hard ball program for the kids. Granada Hills and Chatsworth have long laughed at the Northridge program, but they will be laughing no longer when Cey comes to town.



Dodger pitcher Hiroki Kuroda will attend opening of Northridge Dreamfield

The Dodgers Dream Foundation, in partnership with the LA84 Foundation and the Los Angeles City Department of Recreation and Parks, will unveil a new Dodgers Dreamfield at Northridge Recreation Center .

Frank McCourt, Dodger Owner and Chairman, Greig Smith, 12th District City Councilmember, Patrick Escobar, LA84 Foundation Vice President of Grants and Programs, Jon Kirk Mukri, General Manager of the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation, Hiroki Kuroda, Dodger pitcher, Ron Cey, Steve Yeager and Lee Lacy, Former Dodgers

SATURDAY, November 20, 9:00 a.m

Northridge Recreation Center, 18300 Lemarsh St., Northridge, CA 91324

This past summer, the Dodgers Dream Foundation, the LA84 Foundation and the Los Angeles City Department of Recreation and Parks committed to creating nine new Dodgers Dreamfields in the Los Angeles area. The commitment will double the current number of Dreamfields to a total of 18. The Dodgers Dreamfield at Northridge Recreation marks the first of those nine and the first Dreamfield in the San Fernando Valley.