It would figure that this would be posted on a night following a loss but the Dodgers discovered a way to move on from the Pirates sweep earlier this week by introducing “Club Dub” in the clubhouse after wins.
“When Mookie first signed here, he had talked about bringing his (turn)tables in and DJing in the clubhouse,” Turner said to OC Register’s Bill Plunkett.
“I remembered that he had mentioned that in ‘20. Then Covid and everything happened and it didn’t happen. So when I started ordering all this stuff, I asked if he would bring his tables in and he was like, ‘Absolutely.’ Now he says he’s going to teach me how to DJ so I can do it.”
This form of celebration should get plenty of use since the team won’t play Pittsburgh again this season.
- Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic looks into how much the Dodgers have “raised the floor” in terms of their depth this season and also how Walker Buehler talked about his struggles of late and how he is trying to fix it.
- Scott Miller wrote in the New York Times about Gil Hodges being the “Iron Steel Cable” between the Dodgers and Mets as the Dodgers honored Hodges this weekend.