One day removed from their victory parade through Downtown Los Angeles, the LA Kings paid a visit to Dodger Stadium Tuesday with the Stanley Cup in tow.

Prior to the Los Angeles Dodgers’ game with the Colorado Rockies, the Kings were out on the field participating in batting practice and shagging flyballs. As is the custom with the Cup, it made the rounds, with Yasiel Puig and Juan Uribe sure to take advantage of the photo-op.

Members from the Dodgers and Kings gathered behind home plate to pose for a group photo and some Kings players then threw out the first pitch. The honorary night was capped off with the Kings announcing the pre-game ritual of “It’s time for Dodger baseball” and Vin Scully got an opportunity to see the Stanley Cup when it was brought up to the press box during the game.

The Dodgers completed the evening with a second consecutive win over the Rockies.

[h/t to the Dodgers, Kings and Jon SooHoo for the photos]
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