This out of context video of Dodgers vs. Braves is the perfect timeline cleanser

This out of context video of Dodgers vs. Braves is the perfect timeline cleanser

Out of context video from Saturdays Braves-Dodgers game the ultimate timeline cleanser.
Totally random, yet hilarious.
The Dodgers took the very first game of their three-game set on Friday night by the score of 9-5. Atlanta held a 1-0 for almost four innings following Freemans solo house run in the bottom of the. Nevertheless, the Dodgers scored eight runs in the top of the 5th inning, capped off by a three-RBI double by 2nd baseman Chris Taylor.

Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves, Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers. (Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports).
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Many are questioning what was the context of this video from Saturdays Los Angeles Dodgers-Atlanta Braves video game.
This weekend of MLB action included a rematch of this past seasons NLCS in between the Atlanta Braves and the defending World Series champions in the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Braves held a 3-1 series lead in the postseason, however the Dodgers got better to take the staying 3 games. Now, the Braves had their opportunity to have some revenge in the 2021 regular-season.

Throughout the game, an out of context video surfaced (thanks to The Athletics Fabian Ardaya) of an interaction between the Dodgers dugout and Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman. While the context is missing out on, it does work as an ideal timeline cleanser.