The Los Angeles Dodgers clinched their second straight World Series berth Saturday night with a 5-1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers in Game 7 of the NLCS as they go for their first World Series win in three decades.
Which is why it was so perfect their manager from the last time they won the series was there to celebrate.
And that would be ninety-one-year-old Tommy Lasorda who was in Milwaukee celebrating with the Dodgers.
The former longtime manager, who has been a part of the franchise for 69 years, partied with the team. Lasorda had a poncho and goggles on and celebrated with the likes of Matt Kemp and Manny Machado.
Source: Larry Brown Sports