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How LA Celebrated The Dodgers' First World Series Win In 32 Years

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The Dodgers brought home their first World Series win in over 30 years, beating out the Tampa Bay Rays during Game 6, 3-1. This is the team's first World Series win since 1988, and their 7th overall. The victory marks two very big, very welcomed wins in the past two months, making 2020 just a little more bearable for the people of L.A.

While the Dodgers won't be officially celebrating their victory any time soon because of the pandemic, fans celebrated hard. Car horns blared throughout the night declaring victory, chants to the Dodgers filled the air, and fireworks erupted above the city. Fans hit the streets despite urging from Mayor Garcetti to withhold from congregating. The night ended in confrontations between crowds and the police.

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