The Los Angeles Dodgers will hold their second Dia De Los Dodgers celebration at Wednesday evening’s game against the Colorado Rockies, with fans encouraged to honor the spirit and memories of a beloved family member or friend who helped foster their love baseball and the Dodgers.
The team will have a Dodger-themed altar, similar to those used on Dia de los Muertos, behind Dodger Stadium’s Right Field Pavilion where fans can share their memories on notecards.
Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is celebrated throughout Mexico and Latin America to recognize and remember those who have died.
The Dodgers 3-2 10-inning victory over the Rockies Tuesday increased their lead over Colorado to a game-and-a-half in the race for the National League West lead. The Dodgers have 10 games left to play, one less than Colorado.
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