After collecting three runs through the first three innings, the Los Angeles Dodgers offense sagged through the middle frames of their Saturday tilt against the Kansas City Royals.
Thankfully, “rally granny” provided a lift.
During the mid-inning break in the seventh, an elderly woman was featured on the Jumbotron, showing off her dance moves.
The last one drew a rise from the crowd of 45,225—a flash of her white bra.
— Zach (@ztrujillo_28) July 9, 2017
She quickly earned herself a following, with several people within Dodger Stadium tweeting about the event.
— matt logelin (@mattlogelin) July 9, 2017
Los Angeles didn’t score in the seventh, but tied the game up an inning later on a Cody Bellinger home run. The Dodgers rookie then drove in the winning run in the bottom of the 10th when he drew a walk with the bases loaded for a 5-4 victory.
“It was the rally granny,” Bellinger said of the crowd’s audible gasp. “Some of my teammates were talking about it a little bit. You don’t see that much at a baseball stadium. I heard about it from some of my players and I guess they said I had a missed opportunity.”