Dodgers: This is how Fernando Valenzuela Day was lived in Los Angeles

In the last couple of days there has been a mexican atmosphere in baseball MLB, since in addition to the players of this country commemorating the Independence Day, Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated Fernando Valenzuela Day at Dodger Stadium, an event that had great outstanding moments to highlight what the serpentine player did in his career.

Fernando Valenzuela is one of the greatest icons of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the most representative Mexican in the entire history of Mexicans in Major League Baseball.

That is why on the night of Wednesday, September 15, the commemoration of Fernando Valenzuela’s Day was held at Dodger Stadium and the full framework of the celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day.

The California organization celebrated their pitcher with a tribute and also launched the ‘Bubble Head’ with the face of the native of Sonora, Mexico, which they awarded to the fans who attended.

In case something was missing, this event was held the same night that Julio Urías got on the mound and in which he managed to get another win in the 2021 MLB Season with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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