The Los Angeles Dodgers may be a part of more controversy for jumping in the pool at Chase Field after beating the Arizona Diamondbacks 7 to 6 on Thursday.
Sports reporter Tony Jackson posted on his blog Dodgerscribe.com that after their win, one of the Dodgers who went for a swim later bragged about urinating in the pool.
Jackson mentioned in his blog there are indications that multiple players urinated in the pool but has yet to confirm this.
"It's just what I've heard," he wrote.
The reporter also notes the majority of the Dodgers players opted out of jumping into the pool.
Jackson, who has exclusively covered the Dodgers since 2004, finishes his post by stating "the only people these players really disrespected was themselves."
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