Years after dominating Major League Baseball, ex-Dodgers great Orel Hershiser may have a future on the Strip.
Hershiser was a secret guest star on this week’s edition of the Frankie Moreno virtual residency that is being played in front of a sea of empty chairs but streamed live on Facebook from Craig’s Ranch Regional Park in North Las Vegas.
Moreno, a four-time Las Vegas “Headliner of the Year” winner, has been playing at the park’s amphitheater, dubbed “The Amp”, all in an effort to entertain audiences who have been stuck inside since early March. This was the second show out of the six the entertainer and his band have planned.
The three-time All Star, former NL Cy Young Award winner and Las Vegas resident ran on stage in a Dodgers jersey to join Moreno as the two discussed their friendship and the fact that Hershiser was donating signed memorabilia that would benefit the COVID-19 Response Fund.
Moreno explained that he was 12-years old when he first met the 1988 World Series MVP at a pro-am golf event at Pebble Beach. Since that time the two have stayed close, celebrating Christmas and New Year’s with each others families.
Vegas Sports Daily contributing writer Jeremy Long is a part of the video production crew helping to facilitate the live stream for the musician’s Facebook audience and provided the featured image.
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