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Dodgers auctioning special experiences for Hollywood stars game on June 21
06/09/2008 7:15 PM ET
LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles Dodgers are auctioning unique and memorable experiences for the 50th annual Hollywood Stars Game on Saturday, June 21. Fans are invited to be part of the action when honorary team captains Russell Martin and James Loney work alongside top celebrities in film, television, music, and theater. The packages will offer fans the opportunity to take part in pre-game and in-game festivities, with proceeds from the auction benefiting the Dodgers Dream Foundation.

More than 30 celebrities are expected to participate in the game, including Christian Slater, David Arquette, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, James Van Der Beek, Sean Astin, Tom Arnold, Garry Marshall, Cristian de la Fuente, George Thorogood, and many more. The game will be hosted by popular E! personalities from E! News and The Daily 10 and will feature special performances by the Blue Man Group. The Hollywood Stars Game will begin shortly after the conclusion of the Los Angeles Dodgers-Cleveland Indians game that day, which starts at 12:55 p.m.

Fans can vie to be an honorary photographer, an honorary coach, or an official Hollywood Stars batkid. Additional auction winners will read the celebrity team lineups or take the field with a celebrity at the start of the game and receive their autograph. Each package includes four baseline box or field level tickets to the Dodgers-Indians game. Many of the experiences are open to adults and children of all ages. Bidding is now underway online and will continue until 2 p.m. PDT on Tuesday, June 17. Full details of each package are online at dodgers.com/ticketauction.

Founded in 1998, the Dodgers Dream Foundation (DDF) was created to provide educational, athletic and recreational opportunities for the youth of the Greater Los Angeles community. In 2007, the Dodgers and the Dodgers Dream Foundation assisted more than 5,000 local youth organizations by renovating baseball fields in the community, through player appearances, and by donating more than 100,000 tickets, autographed memorabilia, donation of used equipment and much more. Last season, the Dodgers Dream Foundation affected an estimated 250,000 local youth through its various programs.

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