Every party has a pooper, that's why we invited you, party pooper, party pooper …
Ah, some of the
And isn't that just too bad?
“They clinched the division this year so if that’s how they’re going to act and be classless, that’s their clubhouse,” said Diamondbacks infielder
Yes, the Dodgers violated that age-old unwritten baseball rule: Never pee the other team's pool.
“I would expect them to act with a little more class than they did,” Bloomquist said. “I doubt the
Listen, the Dodgers earned the right to celebrate. Win and you party. Wherever you are. They climbed the outfield wall, jumped in the pool and acted like a bunch of 12-year-olds. I thought it was great. Is that pool some kind of hallowed Diamondbacks ground -- or water?
If the Diamondbacks are really going to get their panties in a bunch over this, then I have two suggestions: 1) Don't build a pool in your ballpark, and 2) don't let the other team clinch on your field.
The Dodgers seemed too busy making merry to worry about the great indignity of jumping in the pool.
“I’m sorry they feel that way,” said
Not all the Diamondbacks were offended. Arizona right-hander
A regular voice of reason. Maybe the Diamondbacks can sear the image of the Dodgers' celebrating in the