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WHAT:           The Dodgers’ 2011 Community Report is now available for download on, and by clicking the link below:
MISC:             In 2011, the Dodgers and the Dodgers Dream Foundation helped more than 5,000 organizations, from Southern California all the way to Africa, with the team’s community efforts touching all four bases of the Dodgers Dream Foundation community diamond, which focuses on youth sports and recreation, education, health and the environment. Dodger players were familiar faces in the Los Angeles community as they helped feed the hungry, bring smiles to patients in local hospital rooms, clean the Santa Monica beach and the L.A. River, dedicate 10 new Dodgers Dreamfields and raise thousands of dollars for collaborative cancer research through the team’s official charity, ThinkCure!. Last year, the club donated more than 100,000 tickets to the community and people of all ages had their lives enriched through donations, visits to Dodger Stadium and other experiences.
                        For more information on the Dodgers’ efforts in the community, please visit
The Los Angeles Dodgers, pioneers in sport and world culture, have won more games than any other club in the National League since moving to Los Angeles in 1958.  Since the start of the modern era in baseball, the Dodgers of Brooklyn and Los Angeles, combined, have won six World Series titles and 21 National League pennants with a cumulative attendance of more than 190 million, the highest total in the history of baseball or any other sport.
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