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Dodgers: A List of Every Song Played at the Stadium to Make Fun of the Astros

The Dodger Stadium team really went hard on those cheating Astros.



The Dodgers’ in-stadium entertainment might be one of the best in baseball, if not in all of sports. The combination of DJ Severe playing music and Dieter Ruehle on the organ has proved time and time again to be unmatched. Add in announcer Todd Leitz and the entire crew at the Ravine and you’ve got the best in the business. 

This week, the crew had something special planned with the Houston Astros coming into town. Whether it was subtle or blatantly obvious, Dieter and Severe spent all weekend trolling Houston with their song choices. Here are some of the songs the Dodgers entertainment crew rolled with to get under their skin. 

My personal favorite was Cry Me a River by Justin Timberlake played for Carlos Correa. The Dodgers team is truly unmatched in what they are able to do on a daily basis at Chavez Ravine. We can’t wait to be back out there next year so we can experience it along with them! 

Up Next for the Dodgers

The Dodgers will kick off perhaps their biggest series of the year tonight in San Diego. The Padres are just 2.5 games down and on one heck of a streak, winning 7 in a row. With just 13 games left in the regular season, the race in the National League West looks like it will come down to the wire. 

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Written by Brook Smith

Brook is the Senior Editor of Dodgers Nation, with several years of experience in sports journalism. He is an avid Dodgers and Lakers fan, and can be spotted fairly often at Dodger Stadium and Staples Center.

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  1. If you want to make fun of the Astros, win the world series. Then show them your rings and tell them “These are real.”

    • Good thinking. I think a lot of this is infantile and could hurt the team’s post-season focus. Turning up the volume on the recorded crowd noise to drown out Correa’s TV interview was immature.

  2. To change the conversation, I noticed the Holograms at the stadium and I said to my wife Hey! I thought up that idea! I remember sending a message about it when a bunch of other people were coming up with their suggestions of what to when the dodgers started putting up those cardboard fans. I said what about holograms on the seats. I’m not saying someone stole my idea it just seems funny, but not funny. give credit where credit is due I always say. Congratulations whoever turn that in.

  3. I love it. Someone has to do something. MLB did virtually nothing. These players should be suspended for at least a year. A couple wild pitches and a pouty face receives an eight game suspension. Cheating throughout an entire season (at least) receives no player suspension at all. It is not infantile, it is just a desire for some kind of consequences. The commissioner failed those who love the integrity of the game. Boo them in Dodger stadium until not a single player from that team remains. Greet them with trash cans and plane flights every time. And play music that mocks them every time. It is the least we can do. And if they change uniforms…give them the same treatment on their new team.

  4. On Monday night, the Dodgers started to play the biggest series of the year. I just do not understand why Dave Roberts would bat two players third and fourth who are both hitting well below the Mendosa line. One of them, Pedersen, has never hit third during his entire major league career. It appears to me that there are some really strange decisions being made recently. Maybe Roberts just doesn’t want to “panic” us.

  5. I have been a Dodger fan since I was 10
    Years old. My entire family has cheered for our Dodgers since they arrived here in 1958. I am at a loss for words to describe my frustration with Dave Roberts at this critical time in the season. First he leaves Jantzen in to pitch when it is evident he is not on his game and allows a 5-1 lead totally gone. Then he takes him out. Secondly last night Kershaw was pitching an amazing game with the score tied 1-1 against San Diego. He pulls Kershaw out against Claytons assurance that he feels fine and would like to stay in the game. Instead of bringing in a reliable reliever, he brings in Baez, who has not pitched in 10 days and leaves him in to allow the Padres to take the lead and beat the Dodgers 7-2. It is disgusting what this man is doing to the Dodgers 2020 season.

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