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Los Angeles Dodgers stars Adrian Gonzalez and Yasiel Puig signing autographs on posters making fun of them prior to Friday night's NLCS Game 6 in St. Louis.
The Adrian Gonzalez sign showed him with Mickey Mouse ears on top of Dumbo, with the caption "Dumbo and Dumber". The other sign showed Puig next to the Cardinals "Rally Squirrel" that became famous back in 2011, with the caption "Our Squirrel, Your Squirrel".
If nothing else, you can't say that Gonzalez and Puig don't have a good sense of humor.
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