There wasn’t much to be happy about on Thursday night if you were a Dodgers fan in attendance. Los Angeles dropped their 4th consecutive game and they did it by getting no-hit by the Chicago Cubs. It wasn’t a lot of fun at the Ravine.
But fans out in the left-field pavilion got to see something special. Former Dodgers outfielder Andre Ethier was out there among the crowd all game taking in some baseball. Dre does a lot of work with am570 and David Vassegh, and the 2 were out there together in the homerun seats.
During the game, Ethier got some help from the crowd to mess with Dodgers outfielder Cody Bellinger a little bit. Watch as he gets the crowd together and waits until after the play to yell out to the former NL MVP.
Andre Ethier and the left field pavilion yelling, "Cody" to get Belli's attention during the game. ?
It's always awesome to see former Dodger greats mixing it up with the fans at Dodger Stadium. #Dodgers
— Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) June 25, 2021
Ethier was a member of the Dodgers from 2006 all the way through 2017. In that time, he was a fan favorite and one of the most clutch hitters Los Angeles has ever had. He tallied 162 homeruns and 687 runs driven in throughout his 12-year career, and fans still love him.
The Dodgers and Cubs are back at it again tonight in Los Angeles. Tony Gonsolin will get the ball facing off against Chicago’s Jake Arrieta.