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.
Playing rock, paper, scissors with Joe Kelly. ? pic.twitter.com/E7o7ATqnqI
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) June 3, 2021
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