Fernando Valenzuela

Legendary Dodgers pitcher Fernando Valenzuela joined nearly 8,000 Angelenos in the naturalization ceremony Wednesday. (Photo courtesy Dodgers.MLBlogs.com)

Dodgers Pitching Legend Fernando Valenzuela Becomes US Citizen

Nearly four decades after thrilling fans at Dodger Stadium, Dodgers legendary southpaw Fernando Valenzuela is officially living the American Dream.


CHICAGO, IL - JUNE 7: Pitcher Fernando Valenzuela #34 of the Los Angeles Dodgers is interviewed by his manager Tommy Lasorda #2 before the game against the Chicago Cubs on June 7, 1981 at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. (Credit: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Top 5 Most Dominant Pitching Seasons In Dodger History

Here are the top-five most dominant pitching seasons by a Dodger of all time.


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Former Dodgers Pitcher Bobby Castillo Dies At 59

Former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Robert “Bobby” Castillo died Monday after battling cancer. He was 59 years old.

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Dodgers Take On Yankees In Their 1st Old-Timer’s Game Since 1995

The Los Angeles Dodgers will host their first Old-Timer’s game since 1995 Saturday evening at Dodgers Stadium.


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Valenzuela To Be Inducted Into Carribbean Baseball Hall Of Fame

Former Dodger left-handed pitcher Fernando Valenzuela will be inducted into the Caribbean Baseball Hall of Fame (Pabellón de la Fama del Caribe) Sunday, February 3. at Universidad Sonora, Centro de Los Artes in Sonora, Mexico.