The 2016 Major League Baseball postseason has featured some tremendous games. We’re not even into the Championship Series yet, and we’ve already experienced a dramatic walk-off slide, some crazy bullpen usage and Clayton Kershaw as a closer. For all the excitement the games have brought, the celebrations following them have been a huge disappointment.
Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Josh Reddick changed all that after Thursday’s 4-3 win over the Washington Nationals in Game 5 of the National League Division Series. Once Reddick got back to the clubhouse, he changed out of his uniform into something a little more … uh … comfortable.
Just in case you needed a clearer look:
— SportsGrind (@SportsGrind) October 14, 2016
Yes, that’s Reddick wearing a ref t-shirt with American flag Speedos. Reddick wasn’t interviewed on television, sadly, so all we have are excellent screen caps, and some professional photos, of him in the background of the team’s celebration.
— Morgan Murphy (@morgan_murphy) October 14, 2016
And just in case you feel like you haven’t seen enough of Reddick’s outfit, here’s the last revealing shot we’ll share with you. We apologize in advance.
Josh Reddick has the right idea about pants pic.twitter.com/cPDncf8glk
— Ted Berg (@OGTedBerg) October 14, 2016
Up until this point, the best celebration video of the 2016 postseason was Denard Span getting beer poured down his pants. Considering Reddick wasn’t even wearing pants, we’re going to give him the championship belt for now.
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