Dodgers: Cody Bellinger and David Price Team Up With Player’s Alliance to Serve Phoenix
The Player’s Alliance has been making their way around the United States over the last few months, giving out baseball equipment and supplies to families and communities in need. Several Dodgers players have made appearances at some of their stops, with Mookie Betts helping in Nashville and Clayton Kershaw in Dallas.
This week, two more Dodgers players lent a helping hand with the Player’s Alliance in Phoenix. Cody Bellinger and David Price came out to the “Pull Up Neighbor” event held by the Alliance as they make their way across the country.
The Player’s Alliance has a mission of creating an inclusive and diverse community within the sport of baseball. One way that they are able to accomplish that is by helping serve Black communities around the country. Handing out baseball equipment to youth on the tour is just one of many ways they are able to help that cause. The next scheduled stop on the tour is in Las Vegas.
Other Dodgers News
The Dodgers will be without Pedro Baez next year, as the reliever moves on in his career. Baez signed a deal with the Houston Astros for two years and an option year that was added on.
With news that the Designated Hitter might return to the National League after all, the Dodgers could look to some big-name bats. One name that has popped up in recent days is Marcell Ozuna, who could very well be an option for LA.
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