‘FernandoMania’ lives on: Dodgers retire Fernando Valenzuela’s number, a long time coming

‘FernandoMania’ lives on: Dodgers retire Fernando Valenzuela’s number, a long time coming

Valenzuela wondered for decades if the Dodgers would ever retire his number. His long wait finally ended with a ceremony at Dodger Stadium.


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