The D Backs Had Police On Horseback Guard The Chase Field Pool After The Dodgers Won

Monday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers completed the NLDS sweep of the Arizona Diamondbacks to punch their ticket to the NLDS (LAD 3, ARI 1). It is the third NLCS trip in the last five years for Los Angeles.

Game 3 was played at Chase Field, and after the Dodgers clinched the NLCS berth, the D-Backs had police mounted on horseback (!) guard the ballpark's trademark swimming pool beyond the right-center field wall. Check it out:

MLB: NLDS-Los Angeles Dodgers at Arizona Diamondbacks
Mounted police guarded the Chase Field pool after Game 3. USATSI

Here are some more photos COMING FROM INSIDE THE HOUSE:

Protecting the pool. pic.twitter.com/rSjzQcaNgi

— Dylan Hernandez (@dylanohernandez) October 10, 2017

It is 12:09am and the horses and police are still guarding the Chase Field pool pic.twitter.com/WQffbUtxyc

— Eric Stephen (@truebluela) October 10, 2017

It wasn't until 12:11am PT, roughly two hours after the final out was recorded, that the mounted police left the ballpark and left the pool unattended.