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Photo: Dodgers Let The Lunatics Run The Asylum As Kershaw, Uribe, And Ramirez Coach Season Finale

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With the Dodgers clinching the National League West last week against their hated rivals the Giants and the final games of the season being essentially meaningless, skipper Don Mattingly and his staff decided to take the regular season finale off and let some of the team's stars take over coaching duties for the day.Third baseman Juan Uribe takes over managerial duties for Mattingly, shortstop Hanley Ramirez is serving as bench coach for Tim Wallach, and ace Clayton Kershaw is standing in for pitching coach Rick Honeycutt.

Uribe and Ramirez took these duties to heart, as Uribe and Ramirez went so far as to don the threads of the mean they're substituting for—Uribe wearing Mattingly's no. 8 jersey and Ramirez donning Wallach's no. 29.

However, as SB Nation pointed out, Uribe traded in his outfit for an upgrade in the middle of the game:

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