It seems as though Los Angeles Dodgers star Cody Bellinger was a tad bit too hyped after he hit the series-clinching HR against the Atlanta Braves on Sunday’s Game 7. After his HR, the former NL MVP ended up accidentally dislocated his shoulder while celebrating with his teammates.

“I’m good. I hit Kike’s shoulder a little too hard, and my shoulder popped out.” Bellinger said after the game (per Mike DiGionanna of LA Times). “I had to go back into the trainer’s room and they popped it back in so I could go play defense. It kind of hurt. I’m gonna use my left arm. I’ve never dislocated that one.”

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Bellinger had to come back out and play defense as the Dodgers ultimately secured a World Series berth after a tough seven-game series against the Braves. Bellinger had been struggling throughout the entire postseason before hitting this HR on Sunday. Before this, the former MVP only recorded just one HR the entire postseason for the Dodgers. This is probably the reason why Bellinger was almost way too excited after his solo home run in Game 7.

The league-leading Dodgers had a tough time in the NLCS as they saw themselves in a deep 3-1 hole against Atlanta. NLCS MVP Corey Saeger was crucial in the Dodgers’ impressive comeback as the shortstop hit five HRs in the series. And, thanks to Bellinger’s series-clincher, the Dodgers are set for their third World Series trip in four years.

Fortunately for the Dodgers, Bellinger seems to be doing okay. He would both of his arms healthy if he wants to help the Dodgers bring the World Series title back to LA.