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Justin Turner had a different celebration with every teammate after his NLCS Game 2 home run

Justin Turner didn't have the best NLCS Game 1. In the Dodgers' 6-5 loss to the Brewers, Turner went 0-for-5 with four strikeouts including the game-ending K with a runner on third. 
He made up for it in Saturday's Game 2. Trailing, 3-2, in the eighth inning and with a runner on first base, Turner mashed Jeremy Jeffress' offering high over the left-field wall and held his bat aloft before he started his trot. It was a fitting time to celebrate as his home run gave the Dodgers a crucial 4-3 lead.
When the Gritty doppelganger got back to the dugout, he was ready with a custom celebration with each teammate. 

By our count, that's a Rockettes-style leg kick with Joc Pederson, a side-five with Manny Machado, the fake selfie with Yasiel Puig, some kind of swirling hand thing with Matt Kemp and a friendly face slap with Cody Bellinger. How he manages to remember all those moves and not mix them up is amazing.