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Published February 28, 2008
|Dodgers Raise Capacity Of Exhibition
Game At L.A. Coliseum To 115,000
FAREWELL TO FLORIDA: The Dodgers throughout Spring Training will honor their fans, legendary players, coaches, managers, execs and local officials as part of a month-long opportunity to say thanks for 60 years at Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Florida. During the seventh-inning stretch of each home game, the Dodgers will honor the longtime employees of Dodgertown, including five who have worked there for more than 25 years. A different Dodger legend will be honored during pregame ceremonies each game, beginning with '62 NL MVP Maury Wills, who will be honored prior to today's game against the Braves (Dodgers).