This year’s version of the Los Angeles Dodgers loves to play around and have fun. If you have watched a Dodgers game recently, I’m sure you have seen their bubble machine. Anytime someone on the Dodgers hits a home run, the team gathers around the dugout and does a dance with the machine.
Well during Tuesday’s game against the Angels, the machine was nowhere to be found. The machine reappeared yesterday but some wondered where it went. According to Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times, the MLB told the Dodgers to get rid of their bubble machine.
Before Tuesday’s game against the Angels at Dodger Stadium, Joe Torre, Major League Baseball executive vice president, advised the Dodgers to stop using the machine.
That’s just like the MLB to come in and shut something down. Sometimes I really think these executives want to take the fun out of the game.