The Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-3 Friday night at Dodger Stadium, but there were bigger happenings going on in the city at the same time. Not far from the stadium, the Los Angeles Kings won their second Stanley Cup in double-overtime over the New York Rangers.
Those fans in attendance watching the Dodgers did their best to track the hockey game however they could, and once Alec Martinez's goal clinched the Cup for the Kings, Dodger Stadium erupted and the legendary Vin Scully broke the news to the television audience:
Here's how the celebrations looked in the Dodger Stadium crowd just after the winning goal:
We're putting in a request right now for Vin Scully and Kings play-by-play man Bob Miller to co-call a game next season at Staples Center. It's too perfect.
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