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Dodgers Take Out Ad In Houston Chronicle Congratulating Astros

Oct 24, 2017; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts (30) and Houston Astros manager A.J. Hinch (14) shake hands before game one of the 2017 World Series at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

The Los Angeles Dodgers are a class act. After losing Game 7 of the World Series to the Astros, the Dodgers took out an ad in the Houston Chronicle to congratulate them.

The ad shows a picture of Dave Roberts and A.J. Hinch hugging, which is significant considering the two became close friends after working for the San Diego Padres organization together. Check it out below!

The Dodgers also took to Twitter to congratulate the Astros by responding to their World Series champions tweet with this:

Congratulations to the @astros on winning the #WorldSeries. We’ll see you next season. #Respect

The loss hurt like no other, but it’s good to see the Dodgers organization responding with class and congratulating the Astros organization. Plus, it will feel much better to take care of business and get some revenge on the field in 2018!

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Written by Alex Perez

Whittier College Alumnus.
Editor In Chief of Dodgers Nation.
Lifelong Dodgers fan.

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  1. I will not ever congratulate Houston Astros. Dave Roberts needs to apologize to Clayton and the rest of the Dodgers team for his choice of starting pitcher in game 7 of the WS. They would have won 1 LAD to 0 Astros. Once Darvish was done, the other pitchers shut Astros out.

  2. They surely are a Class Act! They are all to be congratulated on what they accomplished this last year! They made it to the 2017 World Series and the seventh game! They gave us the most exciting games ever to watch as every Dodger fan I know were on pins and needles. Can’t wait for next season! Thank you each and everyone of you.

  3. Many thanks to the LA Dodgers. Was an awesome series, the World Series of the Century for two great teams; it was a fight!
    We’re excited here in Houston with the Astros first title!
    Many respects back to LA. Kudos!

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