Not only can the Los Angeles Dodgers say that they are moving on to the National League Championship Series, but they can also say that they partied with actor Rob Lowe.
There is no question that Rob Lowe is a well-known Dodgers fan. But what he is perhaps best known for is his current role on the Fox drama 9-1-1: Lone Star. Lowe plays the role of Owen Strand, the firefighter captain from New York City who was diagnosed with lung cancer as a result of being a first responder to the September 11 terrorist attacks.
But on Thursday night, Lowe made his way to Oracle Park not as a famous actor but simply as a baseball fan. It was there in San Francisco that he watched his beloved Dodgers beat the Giants in a winner-take-all Game 5. That means that the Dodgers and the Atlanta Braves will meet up in the NLCS for the second straight year.
Dodgers Party with Rob Lowe
As you can probably imagine, advancing to the NLCS is something that is always worth celebrating. But doing it against a hated rival with the series on the line just makes it all the better. Based on some of the pictures and videos we’ve seen surface on social media after the win, it looks like the Dodgers were definitely up to the moment.
The celebration started off with a speech from Dodgers star play Cody Bellinger. And not long after that was when 9-1-1: Lone Star actor Rob Lowe showed up. And it’s safe to say that he completely changed the vibe in the locker room. It was almost like something out of a movie. He posted a picture to his official Instagram account showing him getting doused with booze.
“Closest I’ve been to alcohol in 30 years. Go Dodgers!!”
Meanwhile, Rob Lowe’s fans and followers definitely got a kick out of him partying with Los Angeles players. That goes double for Lowe’s son, Johnny Lowe.
If you follow Rob Lowe closely, then you probably know that he has an adorable bond with his sons. But that close relationship often leaves him open to some hilarious criticisms from the young boys.
His son Johnny left a comment joking around on the picture of his dad partying with Dodger’s players.
“Time for an AA meeting,” he joked.
Other fans were a little bit more straightforward and congratulated Lowe on his incredible 30 years of sobriety.
“Love your sense of humor. Congrats on your 30 years of sobriety,” one person wrote.
“Saw you and your family in the stands @roblowe,” another fan said. “Go Dodgers! Congratulations on your sobriety.”