The latest trend in the sports and celebrity world has been the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and the Los Angeles Dodgers have not been strangers to it.

The challenge has seen countless people dumping buckets of ice water over their head in order to bring awareness to Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, otherwise known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease. Along with the dumping of ice water, the challengers are supposed to donate money to the ALS fun and then nominate three other people to do the challenge. If a nominee fails to respond, they are expected to donate at least $100.

On Sunday, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly and general manager Ned Colletti each participated. Colletti nominated former Dodger pitcher and current SportsNet LA broadcaster Orel Hershiser. The next day Hershiser responded with his own bucket dump.

Other Dodgers that have participated include Yasiel Puig, Dee Gordon and Adrian Gonzalez.

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  1. terry wiener

    Okay you guys, so you get ice water poured over you, but do you make a donation, that is more important

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