Dodgers: Julio Urías’ Dad Gets a World Series Tattoo Featuring His Son
Julio Urías’ performance in the playoffs and World Series will always be remembered in Dodgers history. Urías was almost untouchable all postseason in 2020, most notably in Game 6 of the World Series against the Rays.
Julio came in against Tampa Bay in the 7th inning with the Dodgers clinging to a 1-run lead. He shut them down for 2.1 innings and struck out 4 batters, including Willy Adames to end the title drought in Los Angeles.
To commemorate that moment. Urías’ dad got a tattoo featuring his son and a World Series trophy. Matthew Demeke of am570 tracked down the work done by Andres Ortega Rojas that was done with the Dodgers pitcher present.
Urias enters the 2021 season with the potential to be the final arm in the starting rotation. He could also potentially rotate in and out of the Dodgers bullpens to keep arms fresh along with Dustin May and Tony Gonsolin.
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The Dodgers will start their first Spring Training without Tommy Lasorda in a very long time. After his passing in January, the team has been doing everything they can to honor the late Hall of Fame manager. Most recently, they set up a locker for Tommy at Camelback Ranch in Glendale.
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That’s one proud dad. (As he should be). Maybe Julio can get him a second championship tattoo on his other arm.
Dodgers will repeat and price needs to proove he’s better than May or Gonsolin which I don’t believe he is. He’s washed up and not getting younger May will take his place in second month cause roberts will give price time cause of his contrac.Julio,May and Gonsolin all 3 are better than price right now.