April 21, 2021

Dodgers Build Playhouses and Assemble Activity Kits for Pediatric Patients (Dodgers Nation)



The off-season is certainly a time for players to perfect their craft and find ways to improve on the field, but they also enjoy finding time to improve the lives of those in their community off the field.

On Thursday, the Dodgers, along with the Dodgers Foundation, took part in a service day for the Los Angeles community. Multiple Dodgers players, including right-handers Dustin May and Tony Gonsolin and infielder/outfielder Matt Beaty, took part.

According to the Dodgers, the players built playhouses for underserved children in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles. They also were kind enough to aid in the assembly of activity kits for hospitalized pediatric patients.

Moreover, it is fantastic to see that the three players who are pictured are all young players who were getting their first tastes of the big leagues in 2019. The Dodgers continue to find not…

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