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He made a name tossing peanuts at Dodgers games. That's a no-no now

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

LOS ANGELES - You can look up to the broadcast booth at Dodger Stadium, but you won't see Vin Scully there any more. Next year, you won't see Jaime Jarrín there.
You can buy a Dodger Dog, but Farmer John doesn't make them any more.
And, from the list of disappearing Dodger Stadium traditions, this just in: You can buy a bag of peanuts from Roger Owens, but he can't throw the bag to you any more.
This is an “Only in L.A.” story: the celebrity peanut vendor who can toss a bag of peanuts behind his back, or between his legs.
Owens has pitched peanuts at presidential inauguration festivities...
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