Cody Bellinger's 5 most unforgettable moments with the Dodgers

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Cody Bellinger's Los Angeles Dodgers career is officially over and it still does not feel real. It was just yesterday that Bellinger was a rookie on the 2017 pennant-winning team with two decades of Dodgers baseball ahead of him.

Instead, Bellinger witnessed a fall from grace that led to the Dodgers non-tendering him. This opened the door for Bellinger to sign a one-year prove-it deal with the Chicago Cubs, ending his Dodgers career with a whimper.

While his career in LA did not go as planned, Bellinger will still go down as one of the most memorable players to put on the Dodger blue. He had plenty of great moments in LA, but there are five, in particular, that stand out above the rest.

Cody Bellinger's 5 most unforgettable moments with the Dodgers

5. Absolute Madness

Bellinger hit multiple walk-offs in the regular season that could have snagged the five spot on this list, but this moment holds a special place in Dodgers fans' hearts. Bellinger wasn't even the one that delivered the final game-winning hit but his role in this moment, as a young rookie, was the start of a special Dodgers career for the outfielder. 

Bellinger was playing in just his fifth game on the big-league club after Joc Pederson suffered an injury against the San Francisco Giants. In this particular game against the Philadelphia Phillies, Bellinger slugged his first of 152 home runs for the Dodgers and he did not stop there. 

Down 5-2 in the bottom of the ninth, the magical 2017 Dodgers put together perhaps their best come-from-behind win of the season. Kickstarted by Yasiel Puig, the Dodgers hit back-to-back-to-back home runs to tie the game in the ninth. Adrian Gonzalez would deliver the game-winning hit with a poke to left field to complete the ninth-inning comeback.

Bellinger hit the second of those three home runs — a towering drive that clanked off the right-field foul pole — for his second home run of the game. A pinch-hitting Justin Turner banged the third home run in a row, giving Joe Davis his first of many iconic calls with the Dodgers. Absolute madness.