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Column: They ran out into Dodger Stadium to remind L.A. of a dark moment in Latino history. But fans booed

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It was the top of the seventh inning, and the three would-be Latino ghosts from the Dodgers’ past sat near the right and left field foul poles. Suddenly, Edin Enamorado, Wendy Lujan and Panchebel Manahuiatlakatl ran onto the field, holding banners with the names of the barrios that once stood on …

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