Between crushing the walk-off three-run homer and driving in all four of the Dodgers' runs during their 4-1 victory, Justin Turner had a pretty incredible Sunday night. It was not without its damages, though.
In the seventh inning, Turner batted against Pedro Strop, trying to break the 1-1 tie with Chris Taylor on first base and two outs. The National League Championship Series is presented by Camping World, so, in what we can only assume was a noble effort to draw some subtle attention to it, Turner fouled Strop's 0-1 pitch straight back into the Camping World sign behind home plate.
Perhaps it worked too well:
Just a little bit strong there, JT -- it's not "Campng World."
No need to worry, though! The company's CEO, Marcus Lemonis, saw it as a chance to give Turner some free gear:
The foul also left a bit of a mess where the remnants of the "I" were scattered:
Well, thanks to Kenley Jansen, at least Turner is used to cleaning up messes if he's needed.
With the Dodgers staked to a 2-0 series lead, the NLCS now shifts to Chicago. Tune in to Game 3, Tuesday, 9 p.m. ET/8 CT/6 PT on TBS.