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Steve Garvey: Doing My Annual Duty

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It has been more than 25 years since the Dodgers have won the World Series. It's easy for younger fans to forget that through the 80's the dodgers were in the thick of the race most years. That's when Steve Garvey was playing for the team.

On Tuesday, Steve Garvey comes to Good Day LA to talk baseball--past and present--and how you can get in on the conversation with Garvey himself, along with baseball legends Maury Wills and Tommy Davis.

This special question-and-answer session takes place on Jackie Robinson Day, and the three Dodger favorites are coming together in a rare appearance to honor Robinson: "The Rundown with Steve Garvey" with special guests Maury Wills and Tommy Davis will be at the Tommy Bahama Restaurant and Bar in Palm Desert on Tuesday, April 15th at 5:30pm:

Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar
The Gardens on El Paseo    
73-595 El Paseo
Palm Desert, CA 92260

For more information, you can call 760-836-0188

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