The Dodgers continue their charity work throughout Los Angeles this winter on Saturday with their next DreamField dedication. This one will take place at Reseda Park, located in the San Fernando Valley in Southern California. The Dodger’s Dream Foundation is a charity based organization dedicated to building, and or rebuilding city park Baseball fields for inner city youths to play Baseball at. The foundation either builds brand new ballparks, or rebuilds aging parks. This gives the youngsters a diamond to play Baseball at, when they might otherwise not have one.
The Dodger’s Dream Foundation is partnered with the LA84 foundation, and the city of Los Angeles recreation and parks department. Many former Dodger players, current prospects, and others will be on hand for the dedication. Dodger’s president Stan Kasten will be on hand, as will former Dodger players, pitcher Ramon Martinez, Fernando Valenzuela, former catcher Steve Yeager, Lee Lacy, and Al Ferrara. Dodger prospects, Onelki Garcia, Matt Magill, and Joc Pederson will be there, and Dodger broadcaster Charley Steinier will also be there as well.
Attending from the LA84 Foundation will be president Anita DeFrantz Also attending will be City Councilman Dennis Zine, and the general manager of the Los Angeles parks and recreation department Jon Kirk Mukri.
Reseda Park is located at 18411 Victory Blvd, in the City of Reseda’s Mid Valley district. The dedication ceremonies will begin this Saturday at 10 AM.