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Dodgers: Matt Beaty Gifted a Custom Made World Series Gift

Every Dodgers dad in the world is jealous.



The Dodgers World Series win is one worth commemorating. Not only did it come on the heels of back-to-back World Series losses to the Astros and Red Sox, but it also came after a very long drought. Adding in the difficulty of navigating the pandemic was just another added factor. 

Each guy got their very own ring to take home for life, and it was impressive. But Dodgers’ first baseman/outfielder Matt Beaty might be walking away with one of the coolest custom pieces. And every dad fan is going to go nuts when they see it. 

Beaty got this custom putter sent to him from Bettinardi golf, and it’s incredible. 

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Photo Courtesy of Matt Beaty’s Instagram

Othe Dodgers News

The Dodgers starting rotation is officially set for this weekend against the Rockies. They will have Julio Urias is going on Friday night followed by Walker Buehler on Saturday. They will wrap up the series on Sunday with David Price taking the mound as he moves into a hybrid starter role. 

Speaking of starters, the Dodgers will almost certainly go after one in the trade market. Andrew Freidman basically confirmed that this week when he said it was front of mind. But he also noted one more area of need they could go after. 

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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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