The Dodgers won the National League West for the second consecutive year following a 9-1 victory over their rival the San Francisco Giants on #ClinchWithKershaw night at Dodgers Stadium. It was a close game through 5 innings until the Dodgers blew it open in the bottom of the sixth thanks to Cuban sensation, Yasiel Puig.

Puig is doing it all nowadays for the Dodgers. After throwing out Brandon Belt at the plate on Monday night at Chavez Ravine, he followed it up on Tuesday night with a benches clearing brawl that sparked the boys in blue to a 4-2 victory over Giants ace, Madison Bumgarner.

On Wednesday, for an encore, Puig decided to help the Dodgers clinch the NL West with both his bat and glove. The five-tool player hit a go-ahead two-run home run in the bottom of the 6th inning, and followed it up with another amazing defensive play in the top of the 7th inning. Puig threw out Giants' speedster, Gregor Blanco while he was trying to advance from first to third. 

Clayton Kershaw pitched another gem, going 8 innings, with 8 hits and 11 strikeouts. He threw a season-high 117 pitches en route to his league-leading 21st victory of the season. The crowd chanted "MVP!" every time Kershaw came up to the plate or ended the inning on a strike-out. Kershaw also helped his own cause with an RBI triple in the bottom of the 5th inning. 

In a twist of poetic justice, former Giants closer, Brian Wilson, now with the Dodgers, pitched a perfect ninth to vanquish his former team into the night and pop the cork on the champagne celebration.

There were 53,387 in attendance in what was being called #DodgersBlueOut. It was the most people in attendance for a MLB game all season. Puig and the Dodgers did not disappoint as they won the game, and clinched not only the NL West, but home-field advantage for what presumably will be a first round NLDS series with the St. Louis Cardinals. 

Take a look at the video of Puig's home run below as well as the reminder for all Major League players not to run on the Cuban phenom. His home run will be remembered for years as the home run that won the West.