Los Angeles Dodgers rookies make coffee run before game

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Los Angeles Dodgers rookies Joc Pederson, Mike Bolsinger and Adam Liberatore bought the team coffee before their 1:20 p.m. game on Thursday.

The rookies took everyone’s orders and made the coffee run for the team to wake up after playing past 10 p.m. on Wednesday and turning around to play a day game.

The best part about the coffee run is the three Dodgers rookies went to Starbucks in full uniform and didn’t get harassed by Cubs fans.

Pederson, Bolsinger and Liberatore made it back to Wrigley Field with all the players’ Starbucks in time for the game.

Pederson leads the Dodgers with 19 home runs and an .389 OBP. The rookie center fielder is batting .200 against the Cubs including a home run off Jason Motte on Monday night.

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