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Dodgers: Watch Joe Kelly Play a Game With a Young Fan From the Bullpen

Moments like this are what it’s all about.



Sometimes it’s hard to not get caught up in the wins and losses of a team. It’s difficult to remember that this is a game, and the love for it often starts at a very young age. If you’re a Dodgers fan born and raised in Los Angeles, you remember those first moments out at Chavez Ravine fondly. 

So every once in a while when something pure happens on the field, it’s worth highlighting. Dodgers reliever Joe Kelly provided that moment this week in a game against the Cardinals, and he did it from a distance. 

Kelly was caught on camera playing rock, paper, scissors with a young Dodgers fan. He did it all from the Los Angeles bullpen with the entire relief team watching. No word yet on who won the epic duel. 

Other Dodgers News

Dodgers catching prospect Diego Cartaya is making a name for himself at Low-A Rancho Cucamonga. The young backstop is crushing the ball and reminding everyone that he is a guy people think can take over the job behind the plate. When will that be? Probably not soon, but he’s got a bright future ahead of him. 

Have you voted for your favorite players to get them to the All-Star Game yet? Well, you better do it soon! You can vote daily here. Dodgers players such as Chris Taylor and Max Muncy are the early favorites to be starters for the NL team in Colorado this July! 

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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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  1. I agree with you Doug, I believe that Bellinger and Betts are about to explode with the bats. This great Dodger team is gonna come together at just the right time. I feel sorry for the rest of the league, because as bad as everyone thinks we have been playing, we are only 1.5 games from the best record in baseball. Thats scary folks. Now with Betts & Bellinger getting hot to go with Muncy, Turner, Lux & Taylor, the Dodgers will run away with the division. The Padres will have the 2nd best record in the MLB, but they will be 14 games behind LA… let the playoffs begin.

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