This us what I grew up hearing, more or less -
Cesar Chavez -
Well, just add Cesar Chavez to the blank space..
Click on listen...
However, the LA Dodger's stadium used to be called SheVess Ravine by sports announcers.
So, I figure there are various usages out there. A lot of Spanish words used as Los Angeles street names, and for other reasons, were routinely massacred by all the folks from Iowa (who arrived around the 1880's), relatively late in settlement.
Not that my pronunciation is all so swell, with my tin ear.
The word I struggle with as an adult is 'debacle'. It's one of those words I learned by reading and guessed wrong. It's de- bahh' - cle, not deb' - a- cle.
On 'row', I have always taken it as sounding like 'hoe' - as embassy buildings tend to appear in major cities in 'rows'.