Updated May 13, 2018 5:03pm PDT By Jonathan Borowitz ReporterThe Dodgers won five games in the World League championship series, but a record number of Dodgers fans still felt they were left out of the action.
The Dodgers and Yankees swept the World series in five games on Tuesday, ending a streak of eight World Series wins for the Dodgers and their fan base that has been going on for seven years.
On the Dodgers’ team bus at Dodger Stadium, the players waited for the news.
Dodgers President Peter Sciretta walked over to the reporters and said, ‘We’re going to win the World.
We’re not happy about it, but we’ll go to bat,” said catcher Yasmani Grandal.
The World Series was an emotional night for Dodgers fans, and the World Baseball Classic has been a special experience for the fans.
The 2017 World Series and 2016 World Series were played at Busch Stadium, a stadium that is owned by the Dodgers.
Fans who attended the World and World Series games in 2017 were able to watch the games on the Internet and pay for tickets through the Dodgers Fan Experience program.
The 2016 World Championship Game and the 2017 World Baseball Classics were played on the same day.
The 2018 World Series began in Anaheim, Calif., on April 1 and ended in St. Louis on Sunday, April 12.
Fans in St Louis watched the series on a large screen in the parking lot.
On Wednesday, May 12, the Dodgers faced off against the St. Paul Saints in Game 1 of the World Champions Series at Dodgertown Stadium.
It was the first time a Dodgers home game has been played on Dodger property since the World Cup in 2011.
After a win, Dodger fans left the stadium, and fans in St Paul left after a loss.
Some fans also took to the streets of downtown St. Peter to protest the series.
The St. Pete City Council voted unanimously to shut down the streets around Dodger Park for a week after the series, which was one of the most intense in recent memory.
The city is still working to reopen the streets, and a new street that connects the streets was opened in front of Dodger Field on Wednesday.
The City Council will decide next week if to re-open it, which could take weeks.