Dodgers fans have rightfully been up in arms this offseason. After it was revealed that the Houston Astros cheated in the 2017 World Series, there was plenty of outcry to have the title stripped from Houston and given to Los Angeles.
But since that isn't going to happen, the fans have decided to do the next best thing: head to Anaheim and boo the daylights out of the Astros in the Angels' home opener.
That's right, the Angels have actually agreed to sell up to 800 tickets to Pantone 294, a Dodgers fan group, to let the Astros hear it at the start of 2020. And frankly, it's beautiful.
Though it might not bring them their long-desired World Series title, it at least gives the Astros a fitting punishment for their crimes. They won't be able to escape the hatred of the fans.
Each jeer that rains down from the bleachers will serve as a reminder to the absurd havoc that the Astros have wreaked on the baseball world.
Incessantly hounding Houston to start the season isn't going to take away the agony of losing in 2017, but it will at least give Dodgers fans a chance to let loose their anger on the team