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Welcome to Dodgers Dreamteam with the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks!




Algin Sutton Recreation Center

Baldwin Hills Recreation Center 

Central Recreation Center

Cypress Recreation Center

Denker Recreation Center

Evergreen Recreation Center

Gilbert Lindsay Recreation Center

Harbor City Recreation Center

Highland Park Recreation Center 

Jackie Tatum Harvard Recreation Center

Lincoln Park Recreation Center

Lou Costello Recreation Center

Montecito Heights Recreation Center

Normandie Recreation Center

Pecan Recreation Center

Ramon Garcia Recreation Center

Rosecrans Recreation Center

Ross Snyder Recreation Center

St. Andrews Recreation Center

Wabash Recreation Center

Wilmington Recreation Center


Dodgers Dreamteam (formerly Dodgers RBI) is a comprehensive sports-based youth development program that uses the power of sport to provide critical resources and services to communities who are experiencing social injustices. The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) works in partnership with 14 Affiliate Partners to deliver sports-based programming and wraparound services for 11,000 youth and to support communities and families across the city. With growing interest in Dodgers Dreamteam programming from the community, LADF aims to serve 25,000 youth annually by 2030.

Dodgers Dreamteam registration includes equipment, uniforms, Dodger Days, Fitness and Nutrition Education, Coaches Trainings, Player Development Trainings, College & Career Accelerator Workshops, Science of Baseball, Baseball and Softball Clinics, Dodgers Reading Champions Challenge, PlayerFest and more!


Program Goals

  • To provide an inclusive, barrier-free sports-based youth development program that is typically reserved for the elite.
  • To deliver programs, services, and resources that address basic needs, education, and health care.
  • To train parents and coaches to create a youth sports environment that fosters social and emotional learning opportunities.
  • To increase participation of underrepresented groups, specifically Black youth, girls, and teenagers.

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