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Dodgers Ball Players Hit Home Run with Lake Ontario Salmon

Yasiel Puig and Adrian Gonzalez had big chinook salmon – not baseball – on their mind when they landed in Toronto to take on the Jays.

Arriving in Toronto on a 3:30am flight, most baseball players would relish the opportunity to spend the morning lounging in bed in anticipation of a game the very next day. That wasn’t the case for Dodgers players Yasiel Puig and Adrian Gonzalez, who instead were on the water and hooking into fish just four hours later.

The two teammates had a blast, catching multiple fish and tweeting out pics to their followers. Here’s Puig showing some excitement:

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And here’s a nice 24-pound chinook salmon for Adrian Gonzalez!

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Sounds like fish were on the menu for the boys, as #LetsEat and #Sushi were the hashtags used. Gotta love it!

For those keeping score, the Dodgers lost that Friday’s game 5 – 2. At least Puig and Gonzalez hit a few home runs each the day before.

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Dodgers Ball Players Hit Home Run with Lake Ontario Salmon