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.
There were no fans in the stands, and thus, no booing of the Astros at Dodger Stadium. But @DieterRuehle and @djsevere went in on them with their music choices this weekend. Their troll songs … pic.twitter.com/AYPJH3GMxk
— Alden Gonzalez (@Alden_Gonzalez) September 14, 2020
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.