The Los Angeles Dodgers are red-hot.
This team is off to an 11-4 start, which amounts to the second-best record in the National League as they hold a slim lead over the rival San Francisco Giants in the NL West.
Their fans travel pretty well too when they’re on the road.
On Sunday afternoon during their series finale against the San Diego Padres, a video surfaced of a different camera angle of one of Cody Bellinger‘s two home runs.
The angle showed a whole section of Dodgers fans cheering as their team rolled to a 10-2 blowout victory.
The fans went nuts on Bellinger’s home run and had plenty of other reasons to cheer as well.
Friendly reminder that this is a “road game” for the Dodgers pic.twitter.com/9bgvvqgmtS
— Blake Harris (@BlakeHarrisTBLA) April 24, 2022
Home Away From Home
It doesn’t matter where the Dodgers go.
Their fan base will always follow.
It’s almost like they weren’t even on the road.
The fans began chanting “CODY-CODY-CODY!” as Bellinger rounded the bases.
When watching the video, one might almost feel like it’s just another game at Chavez Ravine.
But no, it’s at Petco Park in San Diego, the home of one of the Dodgers’ biggest division rivals.
Dodger fans travel well and show their support, even when they may be outnumbered by the opposition.
It’s almost like a home away from home.
To be fair, San Diego and Los Angeles aren’t too far apart from each other, so it’s easy for Dodgers fans to travel there.
But still, these fans showed up in full force and made it seem like the Dodgers were just playing another game at home.
The team sure played like they were at home, and surely they felt the overwhelming support from the fans who made their way out to San Diego to cheer them on.