Jorge Castillo is a sports enterprise reporter, with a focus on baseball, for the Los Angeles Times. He joined The Times in 2018 after spending four years at the Washington Post. A native of Worcester, Mass., he graduated from Yale.
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Playing against the Braves for the first time since leaving Atlanta to sign with the Dodgers, Freddie Freeman shows plenty of love for his old teammates.
Stardom has long been projected for Hunter Greene, who played at Sherman Oaks Notre Dame High. On Saturday, he will pitch at Dodger Stadium for the Cincinnati Reds.
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