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Dodgers Players Share Holiday Greetings on Social Media



‘Tis the season to be jolly, reflect on the year that was and enjoy the time with loved ones. Thankfully, for many of us who spend more time during the year following our beloved team than we do with our blood relatives, we have social media to connect us with the team during the off-season.

Dodgers baseball provides us with countless on-field thrills, moments and memories, and it’s all made possible by the talented men who take the field night after night from April to October. One of the reasons I adore this team so much is because I genuinely believe they are the perfect representation of a professional, classy AND fun baseball team…and this is why seeing their social media posts along with family photos can put such a big smile on my face. When you spend so much time during the spring, summer and fall watching a team, hearing from them over the holidays can be just as (or more) special as seeing an old friend or reuniting with a family member.

Here’s a round-up of some of the Dodgers players’ social media holiday posts:

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Feliz Navidad!! #HasAnybodySeenMarianasHand

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Meet me under the mistletoe ?

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(#RelationshipGoals)

(Now THIS looks like a party)

And no Christmas season is complete without hearing from a few old friends:

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Merry Christmas from the Woods! ???

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Merry Christmas!??

A post shared by Matt Kemp (@therealmattkemp) on

And most importantly…

I don’t know about you, but I sure do miss all of these smiling faces and can’t wait to see them in uniform in less than two months.

Seasons Greetings, from all of us at Dodgers Nation!

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Written by Gail Johnson

Biggest Dodgers fan north of the border, living about 3,500 miles from my beloved Boys In Blue, in Moncton, NB, Canada. I think Dodger Stadium is the happiest place on Earth. I'll catch up on my sleep in the off-season.

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