Matt Damon and Jimmy Kimmel Keep Up Their Fake Feud at the World Series (Photo)

Matt Damon had the last laugh over Jimmy Kimmel on Sunday night when his Boston Red Sox beat the L.A. Dodgers in Game 5 of the World Series.

The pair sat next to each other in the stands at Dodger Stadium wearing matching “I’m with stupid” shirts, with Boston native Damon in red and Los Angeles-resident Kimmel in blue.

The late-night host and the “Bourne Identity” star have had a long-running fake feud that has spread from the set of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” to the Oscars and “SNL.”

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Kimmel most recently trolled Damon on his 48th birthday as he told his viewers the actor was turning 60.

“This year for his birthday, Matt wished for the same thing he wishes for every birthday — talent,” Kimmel said during his opening monologue earlier this month. “Sorry buddy, maybe next year.”

“I feel bad because I know he’s probably at home blowing out candles by himself,” he added.

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Kimmel and Damon were joined by fellow Bostonians Ben Affleck and Bill Simmons on Sunday night, with Simmons joking that they were working on “Good Will Hunting 2.”

“Instead of seeing about a girl, Will sees his fourth World Series title in 15 years,” The Ringer founder wrote on Instagram.

Dodgers Stadium was packed with high-power stars on Sunday to witness the culmination of the 2018 MLB season. Jason Batemen, Kobe Bryant, Billy Cudrup, Magic Johnson, Jennifer Garner, Charlize Theron and Rob Lowe were all spotted in the crowd.

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Powered by a dominant performance by David Price, who pitched into the seventh inning of Game 5, and clutch hitting from first baseman Steve Pearce, the Red Sox won the series in five games. Chris Sale stuck out Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado to clinch the series.

The Red Sox rebounded from losing a marathon 18-inning game on Friday night that bled into Saturday morning, by winning the next two games to capture the Commissioner’s Trophy. Pearce, a late-season acquisition from Toronto, was named World Series MVP.

Red Sox manager Alex Cora — who won a World Series title as a player in Boston — joins John Farrell and Terry Francona to win the championship since the team famously broke the “Curse of the Bambino” in 2004. Coincidentally, Cora, Farrell and Francona all won a title in their first year on the job.

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Matt Damon had the last laugh over Jimmy Kimmel on Sunday night when his Boston Red Sox beat the L.A. Dodgers in Game 5 of the World Series.

The pair sat next to each other in the stands at Dodger Stadium wearing matching “I’m with stupid” shirts, with Boston native Damon in red and Los Angeles-resident Kimmel in blue.

The late-night host and the “Bourne Identity” star have had a long-running fake feud that has spread from the set of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” to the Oscars and “SNL.”

Kimmel most recently trolled Damon on his 48th birthday as he told his viewers the actor was turning 60.

“This year for his birthday, Matt wished for the same thing he wishes for every birthday — talent,” Kimmel said during his opening monologue earlier this month. “Sorry buddy, maybe next year.”

“I feel bad because I know he’s probably at home blowing out candles by himself,” he added.

Kimmel and Damon were joined by fellow Bostonians Ben Affleck and Bill Simmons on Sunday night, with Simmons joking that they were working on “Good Will Hunting 2.”

“Instead of seeing about a girl, Will sees his fourth World Series title in 15 years,” The Ringer founder wrote on Instagram.

Dodgers Stadium was packed with high-power stars on Sunday to witness the culmination of the 2018 MLB season. Jason Batemen, Kobe Bryant, Billy Cudrup, Magic Johnson, Jennifer Garner, Charlize Theron and Rob Lowe were all spotted in the crowd.

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Powered by a dominant performance by David Price, who pitched into the seventh inning of Game 5, and clutch hitting from first baseman Steve Pearce, the Red Sox won the series in five games. Chris Sale stuck out Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado to clinch the series.

The Red Sox rebounded from losing a marathon 18-inning game on Friday night that bled into Saturday morning, by winning the next two games to capture the Commissioner’s Trophy. Pearce, a late-season acquisition from Toronto, was named World Series MVP.

Red Sox manager Alex Cora — who won a World Series title as a player in Boston — joins John Farrell and Terry Francona to win the championship since the team famously broke the “Curse of the Bambino” in 2004. Coincidentally, Cora, Farrell and Francona all won a title in their first year on the job.

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Burst Pipe Floods Dodger Stadium With Sewage, Ends Final Preseason Game (Video)

A pipe burst during Tuesday night’s Los Angeles Dodgers game, flooding the field with sewage. Yeah, it was gross, and the maintenance issue ended the preseason contest.

The sewage leak occurred during the bottom of the 5th inning, with the Dodgers leading their crosstown rivals the Angels 4-3. That’s where the game would end.

Tonight’s game has been called. #DodgersWin!

FINAL: #Dodgers 4, Angels 3 pic.twitter.com/CZUufV3NR5

— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) March 28, 2018

It was the final game of the so-called Freeway Series — and of the entire preseason.

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“Apparently there was a pipe backup on two different levels of the stadium,” Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten said after the game. “We don’t know exactly where the backup was, or what caused it. It had something to do with a main pipe here, as well as main pipe outside the stadium.”

ABC 7 reporter Curt Sandoval was on-site, and he utilized Facebook Live to share what he saw — and to try to explain the horrific smell.

Watch Sandoval’s report here:

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The Dodgers (and their now-gross stadium) are scheduled to open the regular season tomorrow afternoon at 4:08 p.m. PT, when the defending National League Champions are supposed to host the San Francisco Giants. No word yet if that’s still happening.

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A pipe burst during Tuesday night’s Los Angeles Dodgers game, flooding the field with sewage. Yeah, it was gross, and the maintenance issue ended the preseason contest.

The sewage leak occurred during the bottom of the 5th inning, with the Dodgers leading their crosstown rivals the Angels 4-3. That’s where the game would end.

It was the final game of the so-called Freeway Series — and of the entire preseason.

“Apparently there was a pipe backup on two different levels of the stadium,” Dodgers president and CEO Stan Kasten said after the game. “We don’t know exactly where the backup was, or what caused it. It had something to do with a main pipe here, as well as main pipe outside the stadium.”

ABC 7 reporter Curt Sandoval was on-site, and he utilized Facebook Live to share what he saw — and to try to explain the horrific smell.

Watch Sandoval’s report here:

The Dodgers (and their now-gross stadium) are scheduled to open the regular season tomorrow afternoon at 4:08 p.m. PT, when the defending National League Champions are supposed to host the San Francisco Giants. No word yet if that’s still happening.

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See How Sports Illustrated Predicted Astros Win 3 Years Ago

What Sports Illustrated jinx?

The Houston Astros capped off a thrilling World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday night, winning the franchise’s first title in its 56-year history with a subdued (for this matchup) 5-1 victory — and in doing so, validating SI’s 2014 cover story proclaiming the ‘Stros the 2017 champs.

That’s right, the magazine called it three years in advance with its “Your 2017 World Series Champs” headline, and even pegged the right guy for the cover. Center fielder George Springer spent the last week tormenting L.A. pitchers, pelting five home runs during the seven game series — tying “Mr. October” Reggie Jackson and now seldom used Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley for the most dingers in a World Series.

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Ben Reiter, the SI columnist who penned the story, couldn’t hold back tweeting the cover on Wednesday night. (Can you blame him?)

THE JINX IS DEAD pic.twitter.com/d4OVj1BFcR

— Ben Reiter (@BenReiter) November 2, 2017

Still, SI didn’t stick with Reiter’s bold call, even on the eve of the 2017 championship: Eight out of nine writers picked the Dodgers to win the series before it started. Reiter was the one scribe still willing to stand by H-Town.

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So why did the magazine make such a prediction years ahead of its time? The magazine’s editor-in-chief Chris Stone told USA Today’s “For The Win” writer Ted Berg about it:

“I spoke to Ben and said, ‘What does the future hold for this program? Do you believe in their plan?’ And from what I could understand, he did. To sell it, we needed to say something, so we came up with ‘Your 2017 World Series champions,’ which seemed plausible in light of some other transformations we had seen in the previous decade. Remember how quickly the Rays pivoted in 2008? It didn’t seem implausible that a team with smart people running it, with a plan, could turn things around in three years.”

Wednesday night’s World Series win was the culmination of Houston’s investment in home-grown talent, with shortstop Carlos Correa and likely American League MVP Jose Altuve helping form one of the best offensive arsenals in MLB history. Oh yea, and adding ace pitcher Justin Verlander and his fiancé Kate Upton at the trade deadline didn’t hurt, either. I’m now obligated to include an Instagram picture of Upton cheering on the Astros.

GO ASTROS!!! #earnhistory⚾️ @astrosbaseball @justinverlander

A post shared by Kate Upton (@kateupton) on

It was a long way back from baseball hell for the Astros, who were drawing a 0.00 Nielsen rating only four years ago due to their dreadful play. Now they can blast all the Geto Boys and Travis Scott they want, because they’re the champs. The city announced on Thursday morning it’ll hold its championship parade on Friday afternoon.

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(If you got through this entire post without thinking it was written by an emo Dodgers fan, mission accomplished.)

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What Sports Illustrated jinx?

The Houston Astros capped off a thrilling World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday night, winning the franchise’s first title in its 56-year history with a subdued (for this matchup) 5-1 victory — and in doing so, validating SI’s 2014 cover story proclaiming the ‘Stros the 2017 champs.

That’s right, the magazine called it three years in advance with its “Your 2017 World Series Champs” headline, and even pegged the right guy for the cover. Center fielder George Springer spent the last week tormenting L.A. pitchers, pelting five home runs during the seven game series — tying “Mr. October” Reggie Jackson and now seldom used Dodgers second baseman Chase Utley for the most dingers in a World Series.

Ben Reiter, the SI columnist who penned the story, couldn’t hold back tweeting the cover on Wednesday night. (Can you blame him?)

Still, SI didn’t stick with Reiter’s bold call, even on the eve of the 2017 championship: Eight out of nine writers picked the Dodgers to win the series before it started. Reiter was the one scribe still willing to stand by H-Town.

So why did the magazine make such a prediction years ahead of its time? The magazine’s editor-in-chief Chris Stone told USA Today’s “For The Win” writer Ted Berg about it:

“I spoke to Ben and said, ‘What does the future hold for this program? Do you believe in their plan?’ And from what I could understand, he did. To sell it, we needed to say something, so we came up with ‘Your 2017 World Series champions,’ which seemed plausible in light of some other transformations we had seen in the previous decade. Remember how quickly the Rays pivoted in 2008? It didn’t seem implausible that a team with smart people running it, with a plan, could turn things around in three years.”

Wednesday night’s World Series win was the culmination of Houston’s investment in home-grown talent, with shortstop Carlos Correa and likely American League MVP Jose Altuve helping form one of the best offensive arsenals in MLB history. Oh yea, and adding ace pitcher Justin Verlander and his fiancé Kate Upton at the trade deadline didn’t hurt, either. I’m now obligated to include an Instagram picture of Upton cheering on the Astros.

GO ASTROS!!! #earnhistory⚾️ @astrosbaseball @justinverlander

A post shared by Kate Upton (@kateupton) on

It was a long way back from baseball hell for the Astros, who were drawing a 0.00 Nielsen rating only four years ago due to their dreadful play. Now they can blast all the Geto Boys and Travis Scott they want, because they’re the champs. The city announced on Thursday morning it’ll hold its championship parade on Friday afternoon.

(If you got through this entire post without thinking it was written by an emo Dodgers fan, mission accomplished.)

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Party Report in Pictures: Inside Fergie, Nicki Minaj, Ashton Kutcher’s Fashion Huddle (Photos)

The front row always matters, even if it’s not a fashion show. Influential fashion trade the Daily Front Row lived up to its name with a knockout lineup at it’s 4th annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards at the Sunset Tower on April 2.

Kim Kardashian, Nicki Minaj, and Fergie made a close-knit troika. Minaj took selfies during the presentation of awards to stylists and trendsetters. Before the event, the Sunset Terrace was empty as the 200 VIPs in attendance gathered around the carpet in a new position at the Sunset Tower – over the pool.Fergie, and arguably one of the top 10 most famous women in the world, met up on the pool deck during the cocktail hour. The crowd was an ego-destroyer: a genetic seas of bones and height that makes the Oscar crowd look like Comic-Con.

The Fashion L.A. Awards huddled a group including stylists Karla Welch (presented by Busy Phillips), Samantha McMillen (presented by client Ashton Kutcher), Stephen Gan (honored eloquently by Lee Daniels, who was wearing red flip flops) and Minaj, who was honored as “Fashion Rebel”.

“When the person I know myself to be meets the person I want you to think I am, it’s called ‘vulberability’,” Kutcher said of his relationship and collaboration on his look with stylist McMillen.

Paris Jackson’s deb-ball year continues. After an apperance at the GLAAD Media Awards the night before, Paris was turning heads even in this room, posing here with Daily Front Row Editor-In-Chief Brandusa Niro.

Stella Maxwell (with host Nick Jonas and Lily Aldridge at the Mr. Chow after party) is first biological example of someone who disappears when they turn to the side.

I know nothing about high fashion except that her dress size has to be “one sheet of paper.”

Stella Maxwell (with host Nick Jonas and Lily Aldridge at the Mr. Chow after party) is first biological example of someone who disappears when they turn to the side.

I know nothing about high fashion except that her dress size has to be “one sheet of paper.”

The sellout crowd at Dodger stadium for an opening day demolition of the San Diego Padres (14-3) included Emily Ratajkowski perched up in the new “Bud & Burgers” suite.

A select group of L.A. foodie influencers (think: Vice, Thrillist etc.) got the first bites of the Dodger Dog’s new cousin…

The Official Burger of the L.A. Dodgers (it has a Dodger Dog inside, which solves the dilemna for those who can’t decide whether they want to throw a dog or a burger in their mouth while watching Clayton Kershaw throw heat.)

It’s $13.50 in the stadium. Also new, team specific Budweiser cans designed by local artists.

Over 300 leaders in Gen-Z female video gathered at Tubefilter’s meetup panel and townhall on “How Niche Female Programming is Capturing Big Audiences”.

From left, the panel included: Elyssa Starkman (Beautycon’s new Head of Content), Rachel Evans (of co-host Snarled and “The Dark Five”), Jason Ziemianski (Co-Founder/Chief Strategy Officer of Snarled), host/Tubefilter founder Drew Baldwin, Sarah Early (UTA), Gayle Gilman (Co-Founder/CEO Ripple Entertainment and Snarled), and Laci Green (leading YouTuber on Sex Education),

The conversation centered on Gen-Z video created by and for Gen-Z personalities and a sometimes awkward courtship with brands that seek access to that audience via outdated demographic data.

“Look at the census,” Beautycon’s Starkman said.  “(Brands) should not be programming to the part of America that is going to be the minority in America next year.”

The crowd at Tubefilter’s quarterly meetup series at Busby’s included execs from CBS Interactive, the MCN’s, PR firms, and independent creators.

“You have to thread that needle of being both ‘the influencer’ and a publisher,” Snarled’s Jason Ziemianski said.  “Otherwise, you’re just a content farm and you’re not going to develop the loyalty that we see in Laci (Green). .

Meanwhile in Vegas, Aluna George was one of the featured performers at the opening of the new W Las Vegas Hotel. It occupies one tower of the SLS on the north end of the strip.

Players rush in to a new casino on opening night hoping for good luck.  This crowd on Friday night (March 31) included Jesse Metcalfe, Cara Santana, NFL star Danny Amendola, and Olivia Culpo.

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The front row always matters, even if it’s not a fashion show. Influential fashion trade the Daily Front Row lived up to its name with a knockout lineup at it’s 4th annual Fashion Los Angeles Awards at the Sunset Tower on April 2.

Kim Kardashian, Nicki Minaj, and Fergie made a close-knit troika. Minaj took selfies during the presentation of awards to stylists and trendsetters. Before the event, the Sunset Terrace was empty as the 200 VIPs in attendance gathered around the carpet in a new position at the Sunset Tower – over the pool.Fergie, and arguably one of the top 10 most famous women in the world, met up on the pool deck during the cocktail hour. The crowd was an ego-destroyer: a genetic seas of bones and height that makes the Oscar crowd look like Comic-Con.

The Fashion L.A. Awards huddled a group including stylists Karla Welch (presented by Busy Phillips), Samantha McMillen (presented by client Ashton Kutcher), Stephen Gan (honored eloquently by Lee Daniels, who was wearing red flip flops) and Minaj, who was honored as “Fashion Rebel”.

“When the person I know myself to be meets the person I want you to think I am, it’s called ‘vulberability’,” Kutcher said of his relationship and collaboration on his look with stylist McMillen.

Paris Jackson’s deb-ball year continues. After an apperance at the GLAAD Media Awards the night before, Paris was turning heads even in this room, posing here with Daily Front Row Editor-In-Chief Brandusa Niro.

Stella Maxwell (with host Nick Jonas and Lily Aldridge at the Mr. Chow after party) is first biological example of someone who disappears when they turn to the side.

I know nothing about high fashion except that her dress size has to be “one sheet of paper.”

Stella Maxwell (with host Nick Jonas and Lily Aldridge at the Mr. Chow after party) is first biological example of someone who disappears when they turn to the side.

I know nothing about high fashion except that her dress size has to be “one sheet of paper.”

The sellout crowd at Dodger stadium for an opening day demolition of the San Diego Padres (14-3) included Emily Ratajkowski perched up in the new “Bud & Burgers” suite.

A select group of L.A. foodie influencers (think: Vice, Thrillist etc.) got the first bites of the Dodger Dog’s new cousin…

The Official Burger of the L.A. Dodgers (it has a Dodger Dog inside, which solves the dilemna for those who can’t decide whether they want to throw a dog or a burger in their mouth while watching Clayton Kershaw throw heat.)

It’s $13.50 in the stadium. Also new, team specific Budweiser cans designed by local artists.

Over 300 leaders in Gen-Z female video gathered at Tubefilter’s meetup panel and townhall on “How Niche Female Programming is Capturing Big Audiences”.

From left, the panel included: Elyssa Starkman (Beautycon’s new Head of Content), Rachel Evans (of co-host Snarled and “The Dark Five”), Jason Ziemianski (Co-Founder/Chief Strategy Officer of Snarled), host/Tubefilter founder Drew Baldwin, Sarah Early (UTA), Gayle Gilman (Co-Founder/CEO Ripple Entertainment and Snarled), and Laci Green (leading YouTuber on Sex Education),

The conversation centered on Gen-Z video created by and for Gen-Z personalities and a sometimes awkward courtship with brands that seek access to that audience via outdated demographic data.

“Look at the census,” Beautycon’s Starkman said.  “(Brands) should not be programming to the part of America that is going to be the minority in America next year.”

The crowd at Tubefilter’s quarterly meetup series at Busby’s included execs from CBS Interactive, the MCN’s, PR firms, and independent creators.

“You have to thread that needle of being both ‘the influencer’ and a publisher,” Snarled’s Jason Ziemianski said.  “Otherwise, you’re just a content farm and you’re not going to develop the loyalty that we see in Laci (Green). .

Meanwhile in Vegas, Aluna George was one of the featured performers at the opening of the new W Las Vegas Hotel. It occupies one tower of the SLS on the north end of the strip.

Players rush in to a new casino on opening night hoping for good luck.  This crowd on Friday night (March 31) included Jesse Metcalfe, Cara Santana, NFL star Danny Amendola, and Olivia Culpo.

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#LALovesOctober: Stars Rooting for the Dodgers (Photos)

Ken Jeong

The “Dr. Ken” star is a self-possessed “lifelong Dodger fan,” and attends games regularly, including opening day and sometimes with fellow celebrity fans.

Jason Bateman

The “Arrested Development” star is such a “crazy fan for this team,” that he has never agreed to throw out a first pitch, but did prank the Arizona Diamondbacks once by throwing a pitch out in their stadium when the Dodgers were visiting.

Zac Efron

The actor attends multiple home games with his LA hat on, and the Dodgers even alerted fans that they could find themselves sitting next to the “Neighbors” star at some point.

Ron Howard

The famous director is not only a massive fan of the Dodgers, he’s knowledgeable too, and will talk about the team’s moves when he shows up to do interviews about his movies.

Eva Longoria

From attending a plethora of games to palling around with legendary manager Tommy Lasorda, Longoria is such a close friend of the Dodgers organization she even hosted a charity softball game at the stadium with first baseman Adrian Gonzalez.

Larry King

The legendary broadcaster is a huge Dodgers fan and not shy about his opinions of the organization’s moves. Last year, he had strong thoughts about the team losing pitcher Zack Greinke to the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Alyssa Milano

The “Charmed” star is such a die-hard Dodgers fan that she started an entire fashion line after not being satisfied with the official team merchandise available to her, and has rituals for when she attends games, like any true fan.

George Lopez

The comedian is one of the most famous Dodgers fans around and once wrote a long essay detailing exactly how and when he became a fan.

Danny Devito

It was hard to tell who was more star-struck when the actor, wearing a #7 jersey, walked onto the field and hugged Dodgers player Nick Punto after a winning game in 2013.

Bryan Cranston

“I’m a big, big Dodger fan. Have been all my life. My first Dodger game I was 5 years old,” the “Breaking Bad” actor once said. This year, Cranston narrated the documentary entitled “Dodgermentary: The Lasorda Chronicles.”

Nick Jonas

The former Jonas Brothers band member attends games in Dodger blue, and cheers on the team on social media.

Mario Lopez

The “Saved By the Bell” star and “Extra” host loves the Dodgers so much he appeared in a video congratulating the 2016 on its successful season, alongside some other famous fans.

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Ken Jeong

The “Dr. Ken” star is a self-possessed “lifelong Dodger fan,” and attends games regularly, including opening day and sometimes with fellow celebrity fans.

Jason Bateman

The “Arrested Development” star is such a “crazy fan for this team,” that he has never agreed to throw out a first pitch, but did prank the Arizona Diamondbacks once by throwing a pitch out in their stadium when the Dodgers were visiting.

Zac Efron

The actor attends multiple home games with his LA hat on, and the Dodgers even alerted fans that they could find themselves sitting next to the “Neighbors” star at some point.

Ron Howard

The famous director is not only a massive fan of the Dodgers, he’s knowledgeable too, and will talk about the team’s moves when he shows up to do interviews about his movies.

Eva Longoria

From attending a plethora of games to palling around with legendary manager Tommy Lasorda, Longoria is such a close friend of the Dodgers organization she even hosted a charity softball game at the stadium with first baseman Adrian Gonzalez.

Larry King

The legendary broadcaster is a huge Dodgers fan and not shy about his opinions of the organization’s moves. Last year, he had strong thoughts about the team losing pitcher Zack Greinke to the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Alyssa Milano

The “Charmed” star is such a die-hard Dodgers fan that she started an entire fashion line after not being satisfied with the official team merchandise available to her, and has rituals for when she attends games, like any true fan.

George Lopez

The comedian is one of the most famous Dodgers fans around and once wrote a long essay detailing exactly how and when he became a fan.

Danny Devito

It was hard to tell who was more star-struck when the actor, wearing a #7 jersey, walked onto the field and hugged Dodgers player Nick Punto after a winning game in 2013.

Bryan Cranston

“I’m a big, big Dodger fan. Have been all my life. My first Dodger game I was 5 years old,” the “Breaking Bad” actor once said. This year, Cranston narrated the documentary entitled “Dodgermentary: The Lasorda Chronicles.”

Nick Jonas

The former Jonas Brothers band member attends games in Dodger blue, and cheers on the team on social media.

Mario Lopez

The “Saved By the Bell” star and “Extra” host loves the Dodgers so much he appeared in a video congratulating the 2016 on its successful season, alongside some other famous fans.

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