The entire Dodgers bench was excited about Cody Bellinger's RBI double
With his double off Charlie Morton in the seventh inning of the Dodgers' 6-2 win over the Astros in Game 4 of the World Series, L.A. rookie Cody Bellinger recorded his first hit of the Fall Classic, snapping an 0-for-13 start. He followed that up with another double in the ninth that scored Corey Seager from second base to give the Dodgers a 2-1 lead. His teammates couldn't have been happier for Bellinger. Their ace, Clayton Kershaw, was happier than just about anyone:
Fellow youngster Joc Pederson and manager Dave Roberts both showed their appreciation the same way -- by throwing their hands in the air:
Of course, no one could be happier than Bellinger himself. First, he flipped his bat on the way to first base:
Then, he did the best he could on second base, where his position didn't allow him to jump or run around:
The Dodgers had been waiting for Bellinger's bat to wake up in the World Series. Well, it woke up in a big way in Game 4 to help them tie the Fall Classic at 2-2. Tune in to Game 5 of the World Series presented by YouTube TV on Sunday, 8 p.m. ET on FOX.