If you’re not down with the Dodgers, this fan has two words for you. After Los Angeles reliever Victor Gonzalez got out of an eighth-inning jam during the Dodgers’ World Series Game 5 win over the Rays Sunday night, the Fox broadcast cut to a very hyped
Author: Justin Tasch
Published: 2020-10-26 10:42 am
Nobody was more excited during Dodgers’ win than this crotch-chopping fan
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If you’re not down with the Dodgers, this fan has two words for you.

After Los Angeles reliever Victor Gonzalez got out of an eighth-inning jam during the Dodgers’ World Series Game 5 win over the Rays Sunday night, the Fox broadcast cut to a very hyped fan in a Hawaiian shirt who gave emphatic “suck it” crotch-chop gestures, to celebrate the Dodgers holding onto their two-run lead.

Fans weren’t allowed at MLB games during the shortened regular season because of the coronavirus pandemic, but MLB permitted fans to attend the ALCS and World Series at the playoff bubble in Arlington, Texas. World Series attendance was capped at roughly 25-percent capacity. And it seems fans who made the trip to the World Series are enjoying every second after being forced to stay away from ballparks all summer.

Gonzalez entered the game with one on and one out. He promptly walked pinch-hitter Mike Brosseau — the Rays utility man who crushed the Yankees’ hearts in the ALDS — before getting Randy Arozarena and Brandon Lowe out to end the threat.

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