Some time after the Dodgers clinched the NL West, the Arizona Diamondbacks turned into a collection of old men who wanted you damn kids off their lawn.
The Dodgers celebrated on the field and then in the visiting locker room. When all the fans had departed, a group of players then went and dove into the pool in the outfield.
Sure, it wasn't a good look to party it up in the opponent's pool, but there isn't really an unwritten rule about this stuff.
And really, you lose your "sanctity of the game" card when you build a pool in the outfield.
I know I'm right because Skip Bayless completely disagrees via this tweet, "Shameful splash party by Dodgers in Dbacks' pool. What ever happened to Dodger Blue class? Somewhere Koufax is rolling his eyes."
Ah, there is nothing as vindicating as knowing you are on the opposite side of Bayless' opinions.
Oh, and senator John McCain took time out of his busy schedule to offer up an opinion. Stating via tweet, "No-class act by a bunch of overpaid, immature, arrogant, spoiled brats!"
Yes, the Dodgers pool party was bush, but the outrage behind a silly stunt is far more annoying.