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Camelback Ranch: History in the Making

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Unlike Randy Wolf, I put a lot of stock in the sentimentality of Dodger history. To be fair, the newest Dodger starting pitcher and Southern California native clearly cherishes the memories of watching the 1970's Dodgers during his most formative baseball years as a teen pitcher at El Camino Real High School. But, when asked about the glaring lack of historical identification at the Dodgers new spring training complex in Arizona, Wolf is indifferent.

"Honestly, there's not a ton of value for me in all that [historical paraphernalia]," Wolf said Saturday. "But it makes sense to be in Arizona. For the Dodger fans, it's a lot better a commute. It's gonna be incredible."

In some respects it already is.