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How Dodgers Players Spent Their Day Off

September 25, 2016; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Kenta Maeda (18), starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw (22), catcher Yasmani Grandal (9) and catcher Carlos Ruiz (51) celebrate after shortstop Charlie Culberson (6) hits a walk off solo home run in the tenth inning against the Colorado Rockies at Dodger Stadium. With the victory the Dodgers clinch the National League West title. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Before the Dodgers get back to business, some of the players had a little fun. The season is long and the players don’t get very much time to stop and relax. With the season ending on Sunday, they finally got a chance to have some fun.

Jose De León and Yasiel Puig did what a lot of L.A. natives on their day off: they went to Universal Studios.

Josh Reddick, Justin Turner, and J.P. Howell had a different approach to their day off. Rather than a relaxing day at an amusement park, they decided to head over to WWE Monday Night Raw. After receiving their own NL West championship belt, they wanted to show it off.

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Had a blast @wwe Monday night raw! Had a blast as always!

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Most of the rest of team stayed under the radar and spent time with their family and friends.

The Dodgers are heading back to work to prepare for game one of the NLDS against the Washington Nationals on Thursday.

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