The “Arrested Development” star is such a “crazy fan for this team,” that he has never agreed to throw out a first pitch, but did prank the Arizona Diamondbacks once by throwing a pitch out in their stadium when the Dodgers were visiting.
The actor attends multiple home games with his LA hat on, and the Dodgers even alerted fans that they could find themselves sitting next to the “Neighbors” star at some point.
The famous director is not only a massive fan of the Dodgers, he’s knowledgeable too, and will talk about the team’s moves when he shows up to do interviews about his movies.
From attending a plethora of games to palling around with legendary manager Tommy Lasorda, Longoria is such a close friend of the Dodgers organization she even hosted a charity softball game at the stadium with first baseman Adrian Gonzalez.
The legendary broadcaster is a huge Dodgers fan and not shy about his opinions of the organization’s moves. Last year, he had strong thoughts about the team losing pitcher Zack Greinke to the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The “Charmed” star is such a die-hard Dodgers fan that she started an entire fashion line after not being satisfied with the official team merchandise available to her, and has rituals for when she attends games, like any true fan.
The comedian is one of the most famous Dodgers fans around and once wrote a long essay detailing exactly how and when he became a fan.
It was hard to tell who was more star-struck when the actor, wearing a #7 jersey, walked onto the field and hugged Dodgers player Nick Punto after a winning game in 2013.
“I’m a big, big Dodger fan. Have been all my life. My first Dodger game I was 5 years old,” the “Breaking Bad” actor once said. This year, Cranston narrated the documentary entitled “Dodgermentary: The Lasorda Chronicles.”
The “Saved By the Bell” star and “Extra” host loves the Dodgers so much he appeared in a video congratulating the 2016 on its successful season, alongside some other famous fans.
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