Dodgers Rookies Dress Up As Wrestling Superstars (Photos And Video)

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports
Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

The Los Angeles Dodgers are currently on a three-game losing streak after getting swept by the last-place Colorado Rockies over the weekend. Following Sunday’s game the team boarded a plane bound for San Francisco with an important four-game series against the Giants on the horizon.

While all eyes are on the much-anticipated matchup between the two rivals, Dodgers rookies drew plenty of attention Sunday for another reason — it was their annual dress-up day. Ochestrated by veterans, players such as Yimi Garcia, Adam Liberatore, Scott Schebler and Corey Seager donned outfits of wrestling superstars.

Courtesy of the Dodgers is a group photo of the rookies prior to their flight:

Once on the plane, the rookies headed to the ring, er seats:

Once in San Francisco, SportsNet LA reporter Alanna Rizzo captured a close-up of The Ultimate Warrior (Seager) and Hulk Hogan (Schebler):

This isn’t the first time this season some of the rookies have had to deal with being hazed. Back in June when the Dodgers made a trip to Wrigley Field, Joc Pederson, Liberatore, and Mike Bolsinger all made a trip to Starbucks while in uniform.

Pederson was also the target of a prank when walk-up music was changed to boy-band songs. All Pederson could do was laugh it off and respond by hitting his first career grand slam.

The Dodgers look to be able to continue on with their smiles as they near the clinching of the National League West. They can accomplish that with just one win against the Giants this week.


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One Comment

  1. I wish the team would take winning as seriously as they do having fun. Win the frickin’ division and you can hace celebrate. It’s pissing me off that they have had 4 gmaes of sealing it up and now have not earned a playoff spot and lost home field advantage. When Colorado kicked our asses, that should have been a wake up call.

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