You know things are going well when teammates are pranking each other during games.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are playing good baseball right now and have already overcome an early-season deficit in the National League West. That means the players are loose enough that they can have some fun in the dugout.
As the Dodgers were closing in on a tie for first place in the division Sunday, the team pulled off the classic "hot foot" prank on outfielder Scott Van Slyke. To make this prank even better, legendary Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully was on the call:
Most of the guys in the dugout, including Dodgers manager Don Mattingly, were able to get a laugh at Van Slyke's expense.