Dodgers finally add to championship tally: Explore the history of the World Series in augmented reality

Mark Townsend
·Yahoo Sports Contributor
·2-min read

The Los Angeles Dodgers’ championship drought is finally over.

After topping the Tampa Bay Rays in six games in the 2020 World Series, Dodgers fans are celebrating for the first time since Orel Hershiser, Kirk Gibson and Tommy Lasorda brought home the Commissioner's Trophy in 1988. Overall, the Dodgers have won seven World Series titles, which only falls behind the New York Yankees (27), St. Louis Cardinals (11), Boston Red Sox (nine), Oakland Athletics (nine) and San Francisco Giants (eight).

It's a triumph that will resonate for generations to come. Not only did this Dodgers team end over three decades of waiting, it culminated eight seasons of dominance that had been soured by disappointment. It rewrote narratives, reshaped legacies and, with the pressure of not winning now gone, may have finally launched the dynasty many believe this team is capable of becoming.

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Even as certain Hall of Famer Clayton Kershaw advances in his career, the Dodgers still have the strongest foundation in MLB. With superstars like Mookie Betts, Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager anchoring the lineup, Walker Buehler emerging as an elite-level ace, and several prospects poised to contribute, a decade of dominance may be in store. A dynastic run could see Los Angeles soar past Boston and Oakland, and challenge St. Louis' 11 titles.

The 3D experience can be viewed on both desktop and mobile.

For desktop:

  • Click on “View in 3D” above

  • Use your mouse to zoom and rotate the object

For mobile (optimal experience):

  • Click on “View in 3D” above

  • Tap on the camera icon in the upper right-hand corner of the browser

  • Press “allow” (this prompt should come up multiple times)

  • Place the object in your space, use your fingers to resize and rotate in augmented reality

  • To take a photo of what you’re seeing, tap on the screen and a camera icon will appear