Tiger Woods shows up to 2017 World Series Game 2 in Dodgers gear
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Tiger Woods shows up to 2017 World Series Game 2 in Dodgers gear


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Tiger Woods was in Los Angeles on Wednesday night for Game 2 of the 2017 World Series to take in his beloved Dodgers take on the Houston Astros a night after the boys in blue took down the 'Stros by a 3-1 count.

Woods was shown on the jumbotron in the stadium, and reports suggest the crowd wasn't really aware the 14-time major champion was a Dodgers supporter. However, Woods did show up to the 2013 National League Championship Series at Dodgers Stadium as well, so showing up to postseason games isn't anything new.



Based on a paparazzi fan who spotted Woods walking into the stadium, it didn't seem like Woods was really looking to be spotted. Woods was wearing a hat donning the lowercase a logo of Albany Golf Club in the Bahamas, where he has a home, is a member and has done design work.


Woods fans know the Big Cat is a fan of several Los Angeles sports teams. Woods roots for the Lakers, as well the Oakland Raiders, which were once in Los Angeles. That's how Mack Daddy Santa was born.

Despite spending nearly half his life now in Florida, Woods never really adopted Orlando-area or broader Sunshine State teams as his favorites.

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