1. Baseball players are third from the bottom on the list of athletes I would like to see celebrating in a swimming pool.
2. Let the "tradition" of celebrating in the pool stop at two. Did Curt, Randy & Gonzo have to celebrate in the pool after beating the Yankees? In the World Series!? No. (BTW: How many of the ringleaders of the original party are still around?)
4. Asking the Dodgers to refrain from returning the field, if true, was a stupid dare and a moral outrage. After committing this atrocity--along with the abominations of pitching Puig inside, plonking Greinke, asking some fans to cover their shame in front of the camera, and SB 1070--we are lucky the Dodgers didn't burn down Chase in righteous fury.
5. If by some miracle the Nats clinch a wildcard berth next weekend we should let them celebrate in the pool and the kiddie playground behind left behind left field. Let's face it. What's really annoying about the celebration was that it was Dodgers doing the celebrating. The Dodgers are annoying. They get huffy over a few inside pitches, and then throw at the DBacks as if they were milk bottles at the state fair. Dodger fans are annoying. Fans of other teams at Chase are nice, old people or ASU students who come to a game with a roommate. Dodger fans are numerous and visible in their Blue. Dodger fans are loud. Dodger fans can't stop telling you that LA has it all. Except for jobs and affordable housing; which is why they are here.
Next time you have to listen to an insufferable Dodger fan you can console yourself here.