Once you all finally got settled after Mookie Betts Wedding Content, we regret to inform you that Walker Buehler Wedding Content just dropped, and it features an entirely different crew of familiar Dodgers faces.
Well, with one Chris Taylor crossover. Guess everybody loves CT3. Glad he stayed.
While Betts celebrated his nuptials with a money-shooter that rained dollar bills on Justin Turner, Kenley Jansen and Joe Kelly, Buehler brought along a 2018 reunion to celebrate his special day.
Photos began to leak out over the weekend that’ll make any Dodgers fan wistful for what used to be … at least, before some key players asked to branch out into the open market and secure themselves starting gigs, which we regret to inform you definitely worked out for them.
Not only was Taylor at this weekend’s event, but he was joined by Austin Barnes, Joc Pederson, Kiké Hernández, and even David Freese, who retired after the 2019 season but has remained vocal in recent months about LA’s various rivalries.
Dodgers ace Walker Buehler celebrated a beautiful wedding this weekend.
What a week it’s been for Buehler. First, the Dodgers added his former Vanderbilt teammate Carson Fulmer, and now he’s finally polished off his nuptials. Surely, those two things are on equal footing!
Buehler’s wedding looked like a stately and formal celebration, so we’re not sure how Joc and Kiké managed to control themselves. Did they lock themselves in a coat closet? Have CT3 cut themselves off from Shirley Temples until after the cake had been cut? Sit outside with the weird cousins?
Considering we haven’t heard about any major interruptions, it seems the pair of partiers both behaved until everybody was encouraged to throw down.
As for the ace? A picture’s worth 1,000 words, so we’ll keep this brief.
Two times in two weeks, Dodgers fans have been hit with a nostalgia burst because of an offseason wedding. First, Betts had the time of his life with Kenley and Kelly, two bullpen stalwarts who might be gone sooner rather than later. Then, Buehler partied with the Ghosts of Dodgers Champions Past two weeks before Christmas.
We’re not sad, there’s just fake cash from a Money Gun in our eyes.