“The LA Dodgers won the World Series, but they probably won’t get a parade” links

The LA Dodgers won the World Series! Surely LA needs a masked-up parade/celebration for the Dodgers AND the Lakers? [Just Jared]
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Crystal Kung Minkoff is the newest housewife on RHOBH. [Dlisted]
Keanu Reeves has a buzzcut and the same lovely girlfriend. [LaineyGossip]
White House weddings: a rewind. [Go Fug Yourself]
Okay, so I watched Ep. 1 of The Undoing and I’m into it!! [Pajiba]
Keiajah “Kj” Brooks for President!! [Jezebel]
Defund all cops, but specifically these cops. [Buzzfeed]
Are NeNe Leakes & Cynthia Bailey feuding? [Starcasm]
Charlize Theron’s daughter gave her a makeover. [Seriously OMG]

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  1. Snuffles says:

    Congratulations to Meghan Markle’s “cousin”
    Mookie! 😜

  2. ATLMathMom says:

    Braves fan here, so I’m obviously a bit salty about the Dodgers in the WS. My daughter just sent me an article about Justin Turner getting a positive coronavirus diagnosis during the 2nd inning. By MLB rules, he was supposed to leave for quarantine. He refused and played an additional 6 innings while positive. So no, the Dodgers don’t deserve a parade. They and Turner individually deserve to be severely fined.

    • Hope says:

      There definitely needs to be fines.

      • (TheOG) Jan90067 says:

        Not just him, but Dodger MANAGEMENT! He wouldn’t have been out there unless they TOLD/WANTED him out there. The win was more important that health/safety. I realise they are “spaced” on a field, and it’s outside, but there is the player he’d have to be close enough to tag, and being in the dugout maskless.

    • Phyllis says:

      I came here to mention the same thing…then turner watched the last inning from the club house, after the win returned to the field (masked), but decided it was too much of an inconvenience and removed it. What a dick and I’m here for the massive fines for this guy.

    • Lexilla says:

      I am a lifelong Dodgers fan and have waited 32 years for this, and it’s now tainted by the behavior of Turner and anyone who let this happen. Even this one moment of something good is now… right on brand for 2020.

      • whatWHAT? says:

        also tainted by the fact they played just over 1/3 of the number of games that they normally play in a season.

        I mean, don’t get me wrong…I was rooting for LA, but you could LOSE 60 games in a season and it would still be considered a great season. I’m glad LA won but this entire season was a joke.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Don’t let ATLMathMom’s comment taint your perception of your team’s victory, because it isn’t truthful or accurate.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      yeah, that’s some bull.

      I’m a Mets fan (SHUT UP! lol) so I was rooting for LA, but sheesh. they (and Turner) need to be fined, for sure.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      That is not what I heard at all. I heard he got an “inconclusive” result in the 2nd inning, so they retested. It’s wrong to spread false information. Please reconsider your comment.

      They absolutely deserve a parade. They deserve 2 parades for having the 2017 World Series STOLEN from them when the Astros admittedly cheated.

      • Kkat says:

        he had a lot inconclusive the day before so they let him play, it came back positive and they pulled him.
        He should have gone into quarantine but instead hung out in the dug out maskless next to the manager that had had hodgkin’s lymphoma.
        He then went out on the field hopping around yelling and hugging people.
        Then he handled the trophy.
        All this after they had the positive result.

        So if people get sick and die what will happen.
        If I was on the other team or on the support crew I’d be PISSED this selfish asshole and the management decided that him oozing germs all over everyone was cool.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        No. Please don’t spread non-factual information. The inconclusive test result occurred in the 2nd inning. The did a quick re-test, and it came back positive later in the game and they pulled him immediately. He was not in the dugout during the game after he tested positive.

        I agree that he shouldn’t have been on the field AFTER the game, but to imply (or state out right as the OP wrote) that he tested positive and continued to play is simply a lie.

      • Kkat says:

        I don’t know what you were watching but I watched with my own eyes him sitting next to the manager that had hodgkins, maskless watching the rest of the game

      • Erinn says:

        I’m not sure how it makes it better in terms of the timing of his result when either way he didn’t go isolate and instead jumped on the field and sat next to a lymphoma survivor while massless AFTER getting his results

  3. Hope says:

    Considering Justin Turner tested positive during the game last night, was pulled midgame because of it and then went back out and celebrated with the team – hugging his teammates and then posing for photos without wearing a mask at times – I’d say the whole team needs to stay put where they are for the time being.

    • (TheOG) Jan90067 says:

      THANK YOU!!!! I wondered why he/they thought it was a good idea that he be out there MASKLESS!!! Did he/they think it wouldn’t matter at that point???? We were ALL excited by the win last night, but c’mon, these are NOT normal times!

  4. TIFFANY says:

    Keanu out here, minding his business and not being garbage.

    I’ll take it.

  5. Redgrl says:

    “World Series” with only one country in it……(laughs from the rest of the world)

  6. E says:

    @atlmathmom your saltiness might be clouding the facts. Turner wasn’t reported positive in the 2nd inning—that’s when his lab results for for samples taken the day before came back as inconclusive. They then rushed the samples taken earlier yesterday and when those came back positive, in the top of the 8th, he was pulled. Yes, he went back out on the field at the end of the celebration, that it itself is a problem, but don’t spin a tale to suit your “poor Braves” bit. Sure, a fine is in order, but to claim they don’t deserve a parade? One has nothing to do with the other.

    • ATLMathMom says:

      Not sure where you saw Poor Braves in my post – I was actually joking about my saltiness. The Braves were beaten fairly. I usually think that the Dodgers are fine, and my baseball-playing son is a big fan of both Clayton Kershaw and Cody Bellenger.

      This is from the article that I read: “According to MLB on Fox reporter Ken Rosenthal, Turner’s first positive test result came back during the game’s second inning, but he continued to play until the eighth inning, when a second test also came back positive and he was removed from the game.” First positive does not equal inconclusive.

      So I stand by my original post…Dodgers should be fined. Turner personally should be fined.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        Tweet from Jeff Passan, MLB Insider ESPN:

        “In the second inning tonight, the lab doing COVID tests informed MLB that Justin Turner’s test from yesterday came back inconclusive. The samples from today had just arrived and were run. It showed up positive. The league immediately called the Dodgers and said to pull Turner.”

    • Tiffany :) says:

      I totally agree, E.

      Here’s an article that says he first had an inconclusive test, and includes a tweet from MLB that says he was immediately removed when he tested positive.


      • Kkat says:

        And then he was sitting next to the guy who had had hodgkins, maskless ( SAW WITH MY OWN EYES) and then he was on the field hugging and breathing on everyone and handling the trophy. Disgusting

  7. ChillyWilly says:

    I reluctantly watched The Undoing and I’m into it too! It was surprisingly entertaining and I’m intrigued to see how it plays out.

  8. Judith says:

    I have to laugh everytime I see “world series”. How can they be a world series when 98% of the clubs are American and the other 2% of clubs are Canadian? So typically American.