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Mookie Betts Is Fine With Justin Turner Being On The Field After Positive COVID Test

He supports him.

Mookie Betts doesn't fault fellow Los Angeles Dodger Justin Turner for running onto the field and celebrating their World Series win, despite him having just tested positive for COVID-19.

In fact, Mookie reportedly said to "forget" all of that COVID stuff, focusing instead on that Justin is a "part of the team" and doesn't deserve to be excluded.

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The Dodgers Have Landed At LAX And Hopefully They Didn't Bring COVID With Them

Welcome home, winners.

The Dodgers have arrived back in Los Angeles, landing at LAX yesterday evening after being mass-tested for COVID-19 as a team following Justin Turner's positive diagnosis.

Justin Turner, who is currently under investigation by the MLB, was not on the plane with his teammates, as arrangements were made for him and his wife to be flown back on a private plane.

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Mookie Betts’ 15 Year Love Story With His Middle School Crush Proves Love Isn’t Dead

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Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Mookie Betts has a pretty long-lasting love story on his hands.

The right fielder has been dating his life partner, Brianna Michelle, for 15 years — and the two met all the way back in middle school. 

The longtime couple welcomed their daughter, Kynlee Ivory, into the world in November of 2018.

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Dodgers Pitcher Clayton Kershaw Is Over Here On Instagram Just Living His Best Dad Life

Including getting interrupted on work Zooms!

Clayton Kershaw may have just won the World Series with the Los Angeles Dodgers, but off the field, he is living that Dad Life™️ to the max.

Kershaw married his high school sweetheart, Ellen, in 2010 after proposing to her at just 21 years old, and the pair had three adorable children.

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Justin Turner Has 'No Symptoms' After Testing Positive For COVID & Holding The Trophy

He hugged a ton of people last night.

Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner spoke out last night after testing positive for COVID-19, saying in a tweet that he was not experiencing any symptoms.

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Wild Parties Raged All Night On Los Angeles’s Streets After Dodgers Win (VIDEOS)

Three decades of waiting = one huge party.

Dodger fans partied on the streets of Los Angeles into the wee hours of the night celebrating the team's first World Series win in three decades.

Whittier Boulevard in East Los Angeles was particularly lit up with huge crowds, people waving flags, cars honking, and fireworks just absolutely everywhere constantly.

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