"But you know what makes this team great is the fact that it comes from different places. You just don't know," ownership partner Magic Johnson told Scott Miller of CBS Sports.
"It's so easy to love him, whether he hits the homer or not," team chairman Mark Walter said of Juan Uribe to Alyson Footer of MLB.com. "I'm so happy for him and for our fans."
Uribe on Monday "became the first player in MLB history to hit a game-winning home run in the 8th inning or later in two different series-deciding postseason games," wrote Wendy Thurm at FanGraphs.
"If you’ve ever felt like you’ve been failing, it is an inspiration," wrote Jon Weisman at Dodger Thoughts. "I’ll never be Clayton Kershaw, the best in the world. But I might be Juan Uribe. I might have my moment."
Mike Petriello flew out from New York to be at both Games 3 and 4 of the NLDS and the euphoria still hasn't worn off, he wrote at Mike Scioscia's Tragic Illness.
Manager Don Mattingly has earned the right to celebrate, writes Anthony Castrovince of MLB.com.
The seventh inning has been a problem for the Dodgers, writes Mike Hiserman of the Los Angeles Times.
Dodgers photographer Jon SooHoo posted several photos of Monday's game and celebration on his blog.
Timothy Burke at Deadspin asked a lipreader to try to figure out what Kimbrel, waiting in the bullpen when Uribe homered, said.
Grant Brisbee at Baseball Nation wondered why we were denied Yasiel Puig vs. Kimbrel.
The New York Post reported that Braves players, angry that Chipper Jones predicted on an Atlanta radio station before the series that the Dodgers would win the NLDS in four games (he was right!), refused to catch Jones' ceremonial first pitch before Game 1 in Atlanta, and the future Hall of Famer was forced to throw to the team mascot.
Enjoy this MLB.com clip of Vin Scully calling Don Larsen's perfect game in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series.
Or you can bid $299 to have Vin Scully record a personal message, in an effort to raise money for Autism Speaks.
In MLB coaching news today, the Phillies have hired former Dodgers third base coach Larry Bowa as bench coach, and former Dodgers second baseman Steve Sax will not return to the Diamondbacks in 2014 after one year as first base coach.
Hensley "Bam Bam" Meulens and his amazing journey are profiled by Leander Schaerlaeckens in a long form piece at SB Nation.
Want a different view of Uribe's home run? Thank Matt Leinart: