Dodgers fete ’emotional’ Valenzuela, retire No. 34

Dodgers fete 'emotional' Valenzuela, retire No. 34

The Dodgers were set to retire Fernando Valenzuela’s No. 34 jersey before Friday night’s game against the Rockies, kicking off a weekend-long celebration of one of the most enduring and popular players in the team’s history.


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