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The Hey Vato! show’s Chuy and Smiley wonder if it’s possible to put away those childish things, like that Corinthian dude said, and enjoy an afternoon of beisbol with Los Doyers.

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When you root root root for Los Doyers, it’s better with the tacos, right? But are the tacos at Dodger Stadium in Chavez Ravine worth nine bucks for two? Jose Contreras@LosPonies on the Twitter — reports.

Baseball season starts Monday. For me, it means six months of praying and hoping that the Dodgers can turn their billion-dollar payroll into championship glory.

Those Dodger games can be expensive and explosive. There is nothing better than sitting through the United States’ answer to the soccer (including riots if you show up wearing the wrong cap.) So here is a guide to surviving your outing with Los Doyers.

TIP #1: Be prompt: The reason you want to be there is merely for seating. With the right kind of heart, you can treat the experience like an event with general admission. Do not get greedy.

If you have nosebleed ZZZ tickets, don’t try to sneak in to the A+ section behind luminary celebrities like Fred Savage or one of the Real Housewives. Row G is good enough. Most Dodger fans do not show until the fourth inning anyway. Do not get disheartened if you get kicked out by the real owner. Just pretend to be confused and act like my Tia Chicha trying to set up a DVR. Then be brazen and try to slide into Row F. [Mas…]

Variations on this particular meme have been going around the Internets for a while in online poster format (and for every ethnic, geographic, political and affinity group you can imagine.) Here’s a cool Mexican version re-imagined as a video.

However: A Yankees jersey? Everyone knows all cholas are fans of Los Doyers! From the good folks at BeingLatino.US