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Dodgers fever intensifies as the World Series returns to Dodger Stadium

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Tfw your love for the Dodgers is as big as Justin Turner's beard

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As the Dodgers return to Los Angeles to head into the sixth game of the World Series, Dodger fandom has gone into overdrive around town.

There are only “extremely limited tickets” left to the game at Dodger Stadium tonight, but that doesn’t seem to be a problem for Angelenos, many of whom have found other ways to root for Los Doyers.

Everyone from city buses to unfinished skyscrapers to bridges near the stadium are decked out in Dodger blue to show their support for the team, which hasn’t been in the World Series since 1988.

We’ve pulled together some of the most prominent examples of Dodger fandom across the city’s built environment, from Koreatown to South LA.

The bridge by the Stadium Way exit to the 110 Freeway is painted Dodger blue:

The #bridge to #DodgerStadium is painted #blue for the #WorldSeries

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DASH buses across the city are rooting for the home team:

Pink’s took a break from its signature color:

Under-construction buildings are showing their Dodger pride:

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The First Congregational Church of Los Angeles in Koreatown is not hiding its loyalties:

One very enthusiastic Angeleno went all out:

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Even City Hall is getting letting their fan flag fly:

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And so is the opera: