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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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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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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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Kourtney Turner just might be the most supportive partner in all of baseball, based on all of the photos she's been posting in support of the Los Angeles Dodgers as they rally through the postseason.

The podcaster and wife to Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner has completely devoted the past few months of her Instagram account to cheering on the boys in blue.

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The World Series kicks off tonight between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Tampa Bay Rays, but we're here to talk about a DIFFERENT kind of sport: love.

That's right, folks — the boys in blue might be baseball champions, but these three players, in particular, are ALSO champions in their love lives...and isn't that what really matters?

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