Pepe Yñiguez keeps wife’s memory with him every day
Usually before every Dodger game, Spanish-language broadcaster Pepe Yñiguez will have a conversation with his wife, Margarita.
He’ll tell her to look after their kids — two girls who earned their college degrees and flourished into accomplished women. He’ll ask her to give him the enthusiasm and energy to do his best.
Then he’ll tell her goodbye and leave Rose Hills Memorial Park to go to work.
“I’m always thinking of her,” said Yñiguez, now in his 19th season as a Dodger broadcaster and the play-by-play man to Fernando Valenzuela’s color for SportsNet LA’s Spanish broadcasts. “She would always tell me, ‘I know you can do it.’ ” …
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