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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Baseball greats from the first Phillies team to win a World Series are returning to South Philadelphia for Alumni Weekend festivities. It will be Pete Rose’s first time taking the field at Citizens Bank Park since he was banned from Major League Baseball.

There will be a Wall of Fame induction on Saturday and a pregame ceremony on Sunday honoring the 1980 World Series champions.

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Former General Manager Ruben Amaro Jr. recounts his time as a Phillies batboy in the 80s and how these players helped shape his career.

Amaro Jr. is now a color commentator for the Phillies.

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Phillies public address announcer Dan Baker is also celebrating a milestone. He makes 50 years on the microphone.

“Dad as a first base coach and me being around that team, that was really at age 15 for me, was really the reason why I wanted to become a Major League Baseball player, being around all those iconic players,” Amaro Jr. said.

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He will be celebrated before Friday night’s match-up against the Nationals.

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Change Ad Consent Do not sell my data The First Vegan Food Bank Launches in Los Angeles

Gwenna Hunter, an activist and advocate, has launched the very first vegan food bank in Los Angeles to tackle food insecurity while ensuring equality and food worthiness.

The food bank, Vegans of LA, launched in a collaboration with Hope On Union Food Bank and are partnering with vegan food companies to help provide plant-based products. Instead of plant-based food companies destroying intact but imperfect packaged items, Vegans of LA Food Bank will give them to individuals and people in need. They are also focused on fresh fruit and vegetables to bring food to people who may lack access due to their zip code.

Source: Paige Parsons Roache/Vegans of LA

Gwenna experienced a lack of accessibility to healthy foods growing up, and she knew that she wanted to help others have access to these things.

“Food worthiness is a human right. In providing plant-based foods to communities in need we empower them with new food choices and in turn we create a more sustainable world,” said Gwenna Hunter.

Vegans of LA will serve between 350 and 400 people in a single day, once a month, on the third Thursday morning at Hope On Union. To contact Gwenna Hunter to make contributions and donations, visit

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