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All-Star Bowl Comes to L.A. This Week

Jul 13, 2022

On July 16 and 17, get ready for the Los Angeles All-Star Bowl at Cal Bowl in Lakewood, California.

Dodgers Legend Steve Garvey and Lakers Legend Byron Scott have invited some of the greatest Dodgers and Lakers stars to compete alongside LA sports fans in a once in a lifetime celebrity bowling tournament at Cal Bowl in Lakewood to raise money for charity and celebrate the MLB All Star Game being in Los Angeles.

Fans who purchase tickets will bowl on a team (or directly next to a team) with a Dodgers or Lakers legend and compete together to win the tournament Grand Prize: Tickets to the 2022 All Star Game at Dodger Stadium!

Among the events:

  • VIP Cocktail Party on Saturday July 16th  4pm -6pm at Westin Bonaventure Hotel Brewing Company (Downtown LA) for a Meet & Greet with the athletes and celebrities in attendance. 
  • 2022 All Star Bowl on Sunday July 17th  12pm – 4pm at Cal Bowl (Lakewood) to compete on teams with their favorite Dodger & Lakers players for a trip to the 2022 All Star Game at Dodger Stadium.

Probable attendees include the following:

  • Steve Garvey (Dodgers)
  • Fernando Valenzuela (Dodgers)
  • Orel Hershiser (Dodgers)
  • Bill Russell (Dodgers)
  • Davey Lopes (Dodgers)
  • Ron Cey (Dodgers)
  • Mike Scioscia (Dodgers
  • More Dodgers TBA
  • Byron Scott (Lakers)
  • James Worthy (Lakers)
  • Mychael Thompson (Lakers)
  • AC Green (Lakers)
  • Michael Cooper (Lakers)
  • Norm Nixon (Lakers)
  • Kurt Rambis (Lakers)
  • More Lakers TBA

About the host, Steve Garvey:

As one of the most successful MLB players of all time, Steve Garvey is the reigning National League "Iron Man", 17 years following his retirement from baseball. Garvey, who played in 1,207 consecutive games, now utilizes that same drive and leadership to motivate audience around the world to become the best and most successful people or corporation they can be.

Steve spent eight years as the corner stone of the Los Angeles Dodgers, "Fabulous Four" infield that included Davey Lopes, Bill Russell and Ron Cey. To this day, they are the longest standing and most successful infield in MLB's history, leading Dodgers to a World Series title in 1981. The magic did not change when Garvey signed with the San Diego Padres. In 1984, he brought the Padres from the brink of playoff elimination with a dramatic game winning home run, which took Padres to their 1st World Series.

Steve Garvey is a ten time MLB all-star and a four time Gold Glove winner. He holds the record for the highest career fielding percentage by a first baseman and is the only player in history of baseball to have an errorless season at first base. Garvey was named as NL MVP in 1974, the all-star game MVP in 1974 and 1978, playoff MVP in 1974, 1977 and 1984, and on April 18th, 1988 his #6 was retired by the San Diego Padres.

Since leaving baseball, Steve's lifetime achievements include business, philanthropic work, volunteer and most importantly a devoted family man. Garvey understands there is a great necessity of being a man of honor, integrity, and quality. Giving back is an important Steve Garvey trademark. He succeeded Frank Sinatra as the National Campaign Chairman of the Multiple Scleroses Society and serves on the board of directors for UCLA division of Neurosurgery and was part of the effort to bring the famous Guatemalan conjoined twins to UCLA Medical Center where they were separated.

CHARITY OF CHOICE: “Fans For the Cure”

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