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After clinching an NL Wild Card berth, the D-backs threw a wild Chase Field pool party

Arizona Diamondbacks' Adam Rosales, facing, celebrates with teammate in the Chase Field pool after clinching a National League Wild Card playoff spot after a baseball game against the Miami Marlins Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017, in Phoenix. The Diamondbacks defeated the Marlins 3-2. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) (Ross D. Franklin/AP)

When clinching a postseason spot or division crown, most teams celebrate in a similar fashion: Jumping up and down, yelling and spraying champagne all over the clubhouse.
The D-backs, who clinched a National League Wild Card berth on Sunday, began the festivities like so after the game (Get your Arizona October gear here). But then, somebody remembered that Chase Field has something no other stadium has: A pool. It was time to have a pool party.

Adam Rosales seemed excited:

It looked like a lot of fun:

Paul Goldschmidt was, of course, the last one in.

Please invite us next time, D-backs.