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Dodgers’ pop-up museum returns Saturday

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The Dodgers will host their third annual Pop-Up Museum, which starts on Saturday November 24. The event runs through February 2019, and tickets can be purchased at Dodgers.com/Museum.

This years exhibit will celebrate Jackie Robinson’s 100th birthday, as well as honor the inaugural class of inductees into the Legends of Dodgers Baseball. The inductees include Fernando Valenzuela, Steve Garvey, and Don Newcombe.

Earlier this year, the Dodgers announced they would recognize players who have left impacts with the franchise both on and off the field.

The exhibit will include:

  • Jackie Robinson game-used jersey and cap
  • Fernando Valenzuela game-used jersey and warm-up jacket
  • Don Newcombe’s 1956 Cy Young award
  • Steve Garvey’s 1974 MVP award

The exhibit will be open from 11 a.m until 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. There will be additional holiday openings daily, excluding Christmas New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, from December 24 until January 6.

Admission to the exhibit is $15, purchased at the museum doors or in advance. Visiting the museum will also be included in stadium tours.

It’s recommended fans allow at least 45 minutes to enjoy the entire museum. There will be interactive talks about the museum’s memorabilia, which will take place at the bottom of every hour, beginning at 11:30 a.m.