The creator of Mookie Betts’ viral T-shirt has a message for Black and Latino L.A.

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Airbrushed in Dodger blue and white, the paint lay fresh on a black T-shirt as clothing designer Kacey Lynch whipped out his phone to snap photos of his new creation.

About one week later, Los Angeles outfielder Mookie Betts would step onto the Dodger Stadium field for MLB All-Star Game batting practice, taking swings and fielding interviews while wearing Lynch’s shirt, which carried a bold message: “We Need more Black People at the Stadium.”

Lynch, owner and founder of Bricks & Wood, a streetwear brand created in his native South-Central Los Angeles, grew up going to Dodgers games with his grandfather. Lynch’s colleague, Malik Coney, who at one point interned for the Dodgers, also grew up a baseball fan in L.A.

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