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Dodger Stadium Elevator Malfunctions During NLDS Game Two

Fire department on the scene for the save at Chavez

Dodger Stadium outside view - ticket booth.

While attending a game at Dodger Stadium – especially a postseason contest – a fan should come away with a lifetime memory. In this case, it may be a memory you don’t envy for a few unfortunate individuals who went through the turnstiles.

However, a few Los Angeles Dodgers fans attending game two of the NLDS against the Washington Nationals were part of a Dodger Stadium elevator malfunction.

Credit this news item to some hefty work by our sleuth department. Furthermore, this comes to us from ‘Alexvnews’ on twitter. Notably, there’s video of the incident below.

Without a doubt, one of the worst things that could ever happen to me is to be stuck in an elevator. First off, I’m claustrophobic. Then there’s the whole missing part of a playoff game element to add to this nightmare.

With all that being said, there is a somewhat positive note to report. The local fire department came to the scene at Chavez Ravine, and first responders were able to rescue the fans from the elevator.

Unfortunately, the fans did not return to their seats to see a Dodgers’ rally. However, ‘Alexvnews’ was able to get a quote while reporting on this event. He asks the trapped fan while being taken away from the malicious machinery how it felt ‘in there’. Simply, the fan told of his experience.

“Hot, very hot.”

Certainly, bigger things took place on Friday evening; like the possible news of Clayton Kershaw tipping his pitches. However, some fans getting trapped in a (very hot) elevator is something that doesn’t happen every day. Especially at a gleaming facility like the best ballpark in all of baseball.

This is all part of the night that was game two of the NLDS at Dodger Stadium. Finally, credit the local fire department with the save in this one.

Written by Clint Evans

Clint lives in Ohio, and played collegiate baseball. He loves the Dodgers due to his first memories of Chavez Ravine when he was nine years old. The voice of Vin Scully has been a staple in his life since he was a kid. No amount of baseball talk is ever enough, and he wishes the regular season was year round. He has written about baseball online since 2007.

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  1. This was an Illuminati ritual like when they cut the lights at stadiums. It’s meant to symbolize the team floundering

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