Dodgers News: Steve Garvey Hosting ‘Way We Were’ At Dodger Stadium Prior To Cubs Series Opener
Steve Garvey, 2018 World Series, Dodger Stadium
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After going 4-4 on their road trip, the Los Angeles Dodgers are back at Dodger Stadium on Thursday for the start of an 11-game homestand. It begins with four games against the Chicago Cubs, who won two of three when the teams met at Wrigley Field back in April.

Coinciding with the Dodgers and Cubs beginning their series is Steve Garvey hosting the second “Way We Were” session of the 2019 season. Starting at 6:15 p.m. PT at the King’s Hawaiian Grill located in the Dodger Stadium left field plaza, Garvey and another Dodgers legend will take questions from fans.

The fan-friendly setting makes for a perfect opportunity to enjoy offerings from King’s Hawaiian Grill while listening to moments in Dodgers history.

Among the items available at the Grill are pulled pork sliders served on King’s Hawaiian original Hawaiian sweet rolls, smoked pork nachos, big island lava wings and a Hawaiian BBQ Dodger Dog that’s served on a King’s Hawaiian hot dog bun and topped with pulled pork and the company’s original sweet pineapple BBQ sauce.

The King’s Hawaiian Grill was added to Dodger Stadium at the start of the 2017 season and has been one of the more popular dining options for fans since. In addition to the “Way We Were” Q&A series, Garvey also hosts a “Grillin’ With Garv” series at the location.

Garvey was on hand for the fifth annual Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation Blue Diamond Gala during the team’s off day and returns to Dodger Stadium less than two weeks after being inducted into the inaugural class of “Legends of Dodger Baseball.” He was honored with an on-field, pregame ceremony and a plaque that was installed on the top deck at Dodger Stadium.

Garvey played 14 of 19 seasons with the Dodgers, was a member of four National League pennant-winning teams and the 1981 club that won the World Series. Additionally, Garvey was named MVP of the 1978 NL Championship Series and was recognized for his work in the community as the 1981 winner of the Roberto Clemente Award.

Garvey ranks among the all-time Los Angeles leaders in hits (1,968; second), doubles (333; first), home runs (211; third), RBI (992; first) and games played (1,727; third).