LOS ANGELES – The Dodgers will hold their annual Alumni Game on Saturday, June 1, as part of Alumni Weekend presented by Security Benefit, when the club will welcome back over 30 fan-favorite players to Dodger Stadium.
The Alumni Game lineups will include Dave Anderson, Billy Bean, Nomar Garciaparra, Shawn Green, Kevin Gross, Jerry Hairston, Jr., Orel Hershiser, Lee Lacy, Kenny Landreaux, James Loney, Dennis Powell, Nick Punto, Dave Roberts, Jerry Royster, Steve Sax, Derrel Thomas, Ismael Valdez and Jose Vizcaino. The event will also feature appearances by Billy Ashley, Ron Cey, Tommy Davis, Steve Garvey, Rick Honeycutt, Tommy Lasorda, Davey Lopes, Rick Monday, Manny Mota, Bill Russell, Fernando Valenzuela, Maury Wills and Steve Yeager.
Fans are encouraged to arrive early for Saturday’s game to take in alumni batting practice at 4:00 p.m., introductions at 5:00 p.m. and the Alumni Game at 5:15 p.m. prior to the Dodgers’ 7:10 p.m. game against the Philadelphia Phillies.
Steve Garvey will be inducted into the Legends of Dodger Baseball during pregame ceremonies Saturday starting at 6:40 p.m., and first 40,000 fans in attendance that night will receive a Garvey Bobblehead presented by Security Benefit.
Alumni Weekend continues on Sunday, June 2, when fans will have autograph and photo opportunities with alumni at Dodger Stadium entrances on the Left Field Plaza, Right Field Plaza, Club Level, Stadium Club and Left Field Reserve prior to the club’s 1:10 p.m. game. Young fans can also take part in Kids Run the Bases following Sunday’s series finale.
More information on Alumni Weekend presented by Security Benefit can be found online at Dodgers.com/AlumniGame, while tickets for the rest of the Phillies series can be purchased by visiting Dodgers.com/Promotions or by calling 866-DODGERS.
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