Recap of Dodgers celebrating their 1st NLCS win since 1988 (field, clubhouse, interviews)

The Dodgers are heading to their first World Series since 1988, where they’ll play either the Yankees or the Astros, but we’ll save the analysis for later. Today is the day to celebrate, and while we’ve already covered the adventures of Yasiel Puig (here) and Enrique Hernandez (here), the rest of the team were no slouches either.


First things first, right? Have to end the game and get that celebration.

Closeups are important, folks.

Team picture time!

One normal celebratory one…

…and then one after Puig yells at everybody to stick their tongues out.

Dodgers fans took over Wrigley Field after the game, as is becoming tradition.

Hell, even the Lakers-Clippers game at the Staples Center got hype for the Dodgers going to the World Series.

I kinda hate the formalities of trophy presentations like for winning the NLCS, but hey, I’m not complaining about anything at this point.

Especially true if Chris Taylor and Justin Turner are being presented with the NLCS MVP.


As for the locker room celebration, this time it was Enrique who was tasked with the speech.

Amusingly enough, it interrupted Dave Roberts‘ interview on TBS.

Drink out of the trophy, dammit.

JT seemed to enjoy doing just that.

He also provided an outstanding picture.

Meanwhile, Andre Ethier seemed to be enjoying the mood…

…as did Clayton Kershaw

…but Hyun-Jin Ryu? Eh.

He is the best.

They also poured one out for Corey Seager, who is apparently now dead.

They didn’t forget Adrian Gonzalez either.


Kershaw, baby! Getting emotional and shit.

He also got jokes.

A full interview and stuff.

Cody Bellinger‘s interview.

Ethier’s interview.

CT3’s interview.

Roberts’ interview.

JT and CT3’s interview.

Kenley Jansen‘s interview.

Andrew Friedman‘s interview.

Magic Johnson‘s interview.


Vin Scully and his family are keeping track of things.

CK played with his kids on the field after the win.

Yu Darvish sneaked a pic of Kenta Maeda, then told him to check Instagram for a picture.

Maeda is more than game for this.

Finally, Los Angeles Times.


This is good and they should win the World Series, IMO.

About Chad Moriyama

Avatar photo
"A highly rational Internet troll." - Los Angeles Times