Nobody Was Happer About Dodgers NLCS Win Than Franchise Legends Tommy Lasorda And Vin Scully (Pic + GIF)

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The Los Angeles Dodgers bludgeoned the Chicago Cubs 11-1 at Wrigley Field on Thursday night to win Game 5 of the National League Championship Series and advance to their first World Series since 1988.

After going 29 years without watching their team in the fall classic, Dodgers fans everywhere were jumping for joy. However, nobody was happier than two guys who were front and center for the last Dodgers World Series.

Legendary Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully, the voice of the Dodgers for 67 years who retired last season at the age of 89, was unable to make the trip to Chicago. However, he was watching Game 5 of the NLCS with his family back in California, and he looks absolutely delighted in a photo his daughter posted to Twitter:

Scully’s good friend, legendary Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda, is actually one year older than Scully. However, he apparently decided that he wasn’t going to let the fact that he’s 90 years old keep him from watching his Dodgers clinch their first World Series berth in a generation. He was right there in the front row when Charlie Culberson caught the final out, and he was in the locker room celebrating with the team afterward.

Take a look:

Personally, I kinda hope the Dodgers win the whole thing just so Scully and Lasorda can narrate the World Series Championship DVD.

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