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Dodgers Players Show Off Their Halloween Costumes on Social Media

Players of the Los Angeles Dodgers showed off their Halloween costumes on social media and you'll love what some of your favorite stars dressed as.

The scares and spooks of Halloween may have come and gone, but that doesn't mean we still can't look back at some of our Southern California Sports heroes costumes.

Monday marked the end of the annual Halloween holiday, but a handful of players on the Los Angeles Dodgers took to social media to share off their costumes during and after the night of frights.

The Dodgers have plenty of time on their hands after their season came to an abrupt end at the hands of the Chicago Cubs last week, so they had plenty of time to work on their Halloween disguises.

Justin Turner dressed up like his doppelganger, Cole Beasley, of the Dallas Cowboys. Josh Reddick was a Dragonball Z character, Yasmani Grandal was some sort of scary spider guy and Adrian Gonzalez joined his family in a "Little Red Riding Hood," themed evening.

But the players were not the only ones who participated in the Halloween spirit, various fans of the mighty Blue Crew dressed up as Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully and their favorite players.

Take a peek at what your favorite players were doing on Halloween:

Justin Turner as Dallas Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley.


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Josh Reddick as Goku.

Adrian Gonzalez as the Lumberjack.

Yasmani Grandal as the Spider King.

Julio Urias as a Dodger cheerleader (not from Halloween).

Rookie day��! @18_maeken @dodgers

A photo posted by Julio Urias (@theteenager7) on Sep 11, 2016 at 2:40pm PDT

Rob Segedin is ready to pass out candy.

Joc Pederson took in an LA Galaxy playoff game on Halloween eve.

Thanks @lagalaxy for the hospitality.. playoffs let's gooo! #LAGalaxy #ThisIsLA

A photo posted by Joc Pederson (@yungjoc650) on Oct 26, 2016 at 8:28pm PDT

Yasiel Puig put on a Frankenstein Mask.

These fans dressed as broadcasters Alanna Rizzo and Vin Scully.

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