Dodgers celebration recap after winning the NL West (field, clubhouse, interviews)

As you likely know by now, the Dodgers won their fifth NL West title in a row yesterday. While that’s obviously not the final goal, after a long season, it’s still something to celebrate. Well, the Dodgers did exactly that, getting huts on the field and in the clubhouse, showcasing why I’d really love to see their celebration if they win the World Series.


First things first, here’s the Dodgers clinching and celebrating on the field with fans.

Because they are salt merchants, this news made the Diamondbacks announcing team petty as hell. Oh well.

Dave Roberts and Enrique Hernandez doing that weird celebration this team does after homers.

Trayce Thompson trying to give Rob Segedin a charley horse.

Kenley Jansen with his son, who is being cute.


The fireworks capped off the celebration on the field.


Of course, that was just the beginning, as the clubhouse was next, and everything was prepared.

Tommmy Lasorda was ready.


Everybody waited in the clubhouse until Kenley arrived and delivered a bit of a speech. After that, the celebration definitely popped off.

No celebration is truly a celebration without Yasiel Puig and his antics.

Speaking of antics, Clayton Kershaw trying to dance counts, and as always he doesn’t believe in goggles.

Enrique got his ass grabbed by his fiance and he enjoyed it.

Walker Buehler had sex … success in college.

Hyun-Jin Ryu was having himself a time.

Joc Pederson spraying champagne everywhere with a cigar in mouth.

Oh yeah, the clubhouse was a daycare center featuring children playing in a lake of champagne.

Logan Forsythe‘s kid had a nice shirt.

Meanwhile, Charlie Culberson was risking it all.


Finally there were a ton of quality interviews, including Andrew Friedman, Farhan Zaidi, Andre Ethier, Chris Taylor, Kershaw, Kenley, and Roberts.

All that matters now? Getting those 11 wins in the postseason.

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