Jaime Jarrín on an unforgettable Fernando Valenzuela moment in Chicago

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Los Angeles Dodgers Spanish-language announcer Jaime Jarrín helped Fernando Valenzuela communicate with the media and grew close to the pitcher. Here, he recounts a moment at Wrigley Field during the height of Fernandomania that reveals the pitcher’s broad popularity among baseball fans.EPISODES: Fernando, the hero - https://youtu.be/f5nQwnSKrcQ Fernando discovered - https://youtu.be/79ocO5FEghs Chavez Ravine ghosts - https://youtu.be/v1LvQvRpfvg ‘Mexican Sandy Koufax’ - https://youtu.be/xW5NZUwaD5U 1981 Opening Day - https://youtu.be/n7m1-qinXck A changed fanbase - https://youtu.be/YOAKbYU14H0 The screwball - https://youtu.be/ppLoI28yhv8 The media adapts - https://youtu.be/iQ7bbWzsCSM Meeting President Reagan - https://youtu.be/nfHkikIi9eQSUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS AND NEWS http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=losangelestimes https://www.latimes.com/subscriptionLET’S CONNECT: Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/latimes Twitter ► https://twitter.com/LATimes Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/latimes

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