What happens when you combine the Dodgers and Yankees — two of the most storied baseball franchises in history — with Tinseltown? More high-wattage celebrities than your Ray-Bans can handle, that's what.
When the New Yorkers, with what recently seems like a B-List roster, invaded Dodger Stadium Tuesday night, there seemed to be more A-List stars sitting in the blue seats than strutting on your typical red carpet — or at least a Lakers-Knicks game.
Chavez Ravine Tuesday was the place where big names from the world of sports, music and film got to chomp on Dodger Dogs and see up-and-coming Yasiel Puig and soon-to-be going Mariano Rivera in the flesh.
Spotted in the stadium crowd were Rob Reiner, LL Cool J, Chris Paul, Kevin Durant, Jay-Z, Dodger legend Tommy LaSorda and team co-owner Magic Johnson. But the brightest Klieg was reserved for, who else, Jack Nicholson.
Not a B-Lister among the lot. Hooray for Hollywood.