As reporter Tony Jackson writes in his weblog, new information coming to light relating to the Los Angeles Dodgers taking their NL West-clinching celebration into the Chase Field pool this past week takes the story to “a whole completely different place.”
Jackson says that not less than one Dodgers participant urinated within the pool and loudly boasted about it. Jackson additionally says indications are that “a number of” players peed in the neo-iconic pool, which is just past the outfield fence in right center and actually ties the stadium together.
Gee, wiz, guys. Actually? Dodger blue, not Dodger yellow.
After reportedly asking the Dodgers beforehand to not rejoice outdoors of the visitor’s clubhouse, the Diamondbacks raised a fuss about the pool party. A group of Dodgers, perhaps 10-15 — probably realizing that the Supreme Court docket has roundly rejected prior restraint — defied the request. Afterward, D-backs utility man Willie Bloomquist, without even getting into any attainable micturating, stated the Dodgers acted “classless.” Just a few locals in the lapdog portion of the media agreed and, on the whole, the D-backs appeared like whiners.
As an alternative, now it is the Dodgers who look bad. And all of them have urine on themselves, even if they didn’t take part within the Nice Chase Discipline Tinkle. Like a disillusioned dad or mum may with their youngster, Jackson shamed the heck out of them:
Any Dodgers participant or gamers who urinated in the Chase Discipline pool on Thursday also defaced the Dodgers name. They might have thought they have been pissing all around the Diamondbacks, however really, they had been pissing everywhere in the Dodgers, and every little thing the Dodgers are supposed to be about. They have been pissing all around the legacy of this franchise and the jersey they put on every evening, though apparently they don’t put on it quite as proudly as a few of their predecessors from previous generations, or as proudly as a few of their teammates still do right this moment. They have been pissing all over the legacies of Sandy and Jackie and the Duke.
He is right. Despite the fact that it does not take a lot of an creativeness to have guessed all alongside that somebody may need peed within the pool, boasting about it — to the purpose that peeing in the pool turns into the purpose you dived in to begin with — is disgusting. Figuratively and actually. Marking territory in that approach needs to be for animals.
Hopefully the joke is on the Dodgers, and the pool’s filters have been turned off whereas the sport was still going on, so they acquired little child urinary sediment all over themselves. It would serve them right. By peeing within the pool, the Dodgers ruined what gave the impression to be a spontaneous celebration. Not cool, guys.
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