If you're a baseball fan, yesterday was nirvana: Three playoff games decided by only one run, a near-no-hitter from the Cardinals' 22-year-old Michael Wacha, a come-from-behind thriller in Tampa Bay. The Dodgers got shit done in L.A., advancing to their first NLCS in four years on the strength of a Juan Uribe bomb in the 8th inning. (Which in and itself was kind of a funny play: Uribe was supposed to bunt, couldn't get it down, then ended up just winning the game.) And based on the noise level in Dodger Stadium, it appeared most of the fans actually stayed 'till the end!
A typically understated Craig Sager interviewed Uribe after the game. He came close to getting an answer to the first question, but everyone was soon ruined by the Dodgers' gleeful rookie, Yasiel Puig, and a bucket of water. The only problem? Puig hit TBS' cameraman too, briefly turning the feed into a psychedelic mess: Combining the distorted picture with Sager's suit made the whole thing look like a late-60s Beatles video. Take a look:
And here's a Vine from the Dodgers' official account that shows a different view of the attack:
In Puig's defense, Cuba doesn't have cameras.