"I'm looking forward to us hopefully beating those guys," Sax said.
Sax was drafted by the Dodgers, and he spent the first eight years of his 14-year career with them. From 1981-88, he was a part of two World Championship teams, won the National League Rookie of the Year Award and appeared in three All-Star Games.
Monday will mark the first time he has returned to Los Angeles as a coach, and from other times he has been there over the years, he knows there will be plenty of familiar faces.
"It's amazing how many guys stay intact," Sax said. "Last time we went to LA, the same guys are doing the escalators, the same guys are doing the elevators, the same people work in the food area. It's funny how that stays the same. I think it's a great park still, and I think it's better now that the amenities have been fixed up and it's been brought up to date. I think it's a great place to watch a game and I have a lot of good memories there."
After he retired following the 1994 season, Sax focused on business endeavors, including doing motivational speaking.
Sax's former teammate with the Dodgers, Kirk Gibson, hired him this winter to replace Eric Young as first-base coach.
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