Over the past few months the Los Angeles Dodgers have clawed their way to top of the National League West standings and have had fun with their success.
During their stretch of improved play, a bubble machine became a mainstay in the dugout and is seen spewing out bubbles as Dodger players dance and celebrate a home run.
Unfortunately on Wednesday, news surfaced that the fun in the dugout with the bubbles was ordered by MLB to no longer take place.
However, despite being instructed to cease use of the bubble machine, it was used in the celebration of Matt Kemp’s home run in Wednesday’s win over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
MLB has not stated why they banned the bubble machine and word has yet to surface as to whether or not the Dodgers would face any form of disciplinary action for using it in Wednesday’s game.
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