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Byline: -- Tom Hoffarth According to those who know such things, Vin Scully, Tommy Lasorda, Joe Torre, Fernando Valenzuela, Don Newcombe, Maury Wills, Eric Karros, Russell Martin, Ron Cey .
Dodger Fernando Valenzuela blazed a trail in the 1980s, Mexicans have been regarded as natural pitchers above any other position.
Exemplars: Tim Wakefield, knuckleballer; Fernando Valenzuela, screwballer; and Stu Miller, slow and slower.
Roberto Clemente, Sammy Sosa, Fernando Valenzuela, Lee Trevino, Roberto Duran , Pele, and Diego Maradona are all Latinos that have made a profound impact on Sports in the US and all over the world.
Fernando Valenzuela, Rick Monday and Jerry Reuss, who are around a lot anyway as Dodgers broadcasters.
Playing with former Dodgers great Fernando Valenzuela, who's a two- handicapper, can actually elevate your game.
Fernando Valenzuela started playing golf while pitching for the Dodgers in 1986.
Former Dodger Fernando Valenzuela, a left-handed golfer, believes it's easier to find clubs, but not necessarily every club you want.