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‘FERNANDOMANIA @ 40' DOCUSERIES
Everybody wants to have a hero | Fernandomania @ 40 Ep. 1
The Unknown Dodgers Prospect | Fernandomania @ 40 Ep. 2
Why the Dodgers are haunted by Chavez Ravine ghosts | Fernandomania @ 40 Ep. 3
Before Fernando Valenzuela, the Dodgers needed a 'Mexican Sandy Koufax' | Fernandomania @ 40 Ep. 4
How Fernando Valenzuela’s 1981 Opening Day happened | Fernandomania @ 40 Ep. 5
Fernandomania changed the Dodgers fanbase forever | Fernandomania @ 40 Ep. 6
What made Fernando Valenzuela's screwball so unhittable | Fernandomania @ 40 Ep. 7
How the media had to adapt to Fernando Valenzuela | Fernandomania @ 40 Ep. 8
How immigration policy changed once Ronald Reagan met Fernando Valenzuela | Fernandomania @ 40 Ep. 9
How Fernando Valenzuela's mound artistry inspired other artists | Fernandomania @ 40 Ep. 10
The World Series game that turned the tide for the 1981 Dodgers | Fernandomania @ 40 Ep. 11
Growing up, I can remember hearing my grandfather and uncles singing his songs during summer visits in Anaheim. Although I am not fluent in Spanish, the feeling was conveyed in the way Vicente sang it, and I was able to connect.
— Ryan Reta, artist