The boy grew up to be a baseball player, then a big leaguer, then a Dodger, then the second Dodger to hit a walk-off playoff homer. On the 29th anniversary of Gibson’s home run, Justin Turner recognized the symmetry as he rounded second base. He decided against mimicking Gibson’s famed fist pump. Instead he hollered at his teammates assembled at the plate, tossed his helmet into the grass and disappeared inside the delirium of two dozen other Dodgers, a group two wins away from the World Series.
The noise inside the stadium felt volcanic. The ballpark shook beneath the weight of 54,479 fans stomping in the bleachers and shouting toward the sky. Dave Roberts emerged from the scrum and urged the crowd to raise the decibel level. Yasiel Puig did the same. The crowd obliged — because this ballpark may not host another game for more than a week.
Through 18 innings, the Dodgers have dined on the bullpen of the Cubs, a glaring weakness for an otherwise formidable opponent. In Game 2, the Cubs held firm until the bottom of the ninth, when veteran pitcher John Lackey fed Turner a 92-mph fastball at the belt, and Turner etched his name
Article source: http://www.latimes.com/sports/dodgers/la-sp-dodgers-nlcs-20171023-story.html
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