Friday was travel day for the Dodgers as they head out to the MLB bubble in Texas. Notably, this was the first time all season long that players were finally able to travel with their families on the team plane.
Thankfully, the LAD social media team got all the travel fashion and chaos.
Time to take care of business in Arlington. pic.twitter.com/wktSPAH2eZ
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 3, 2020
The team will be in Texas for the next month as they look to bring a title back home to Los Angeles — perhaps alongside the Lakers. For many of the players, that means a whole lot of family… and stress.
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&&& just like that, our crew made it to Texas!! . . Blake & Crue’s 1st flight and 1st baseball games will definitely be ones for the books! I’m so proud of our little family (and my amazing sis/co-mom). Time to enjoy this postseason bubble with our baseball fam. Let’s get another ring JK!! GO DODGERS 💙⚾️❤️
So. Many. Babies.
Notably, after his 8 shutout inning gem, Clayton Kershaw was caught on mic asking Dodgers public relations people if there would be snacks for his kids and he and wife Ellen prepped for the bubble.
The Dodgers and Padres face off the in the National League Division Series at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. Los Angeles has the home seed advantage throughout the postseason. Should the team advance past San Diego, they would host the winner of the Marlins/Braves series in Arlington, along with real-life fans for the first time.
Game 1 is Tuesday night.