Twitter reacts to World Series Red Sox-Cardinals Game 3
Game 3 of 2013 World Series ended, without exaggeration, like no other World Series game before it. Let's see what Twitter had to say about that.
As you're surely aware by now, the Cardinals prevailed over the Red Sox by a score of 5-4 in Game 3 of the World Series and did so via umpire Jim Joyce's obstruction call -- Rule 7.06 -- in the bottom of the ninth. Here's some action-news footage of the walk-off tumble ...
So in summary ...
First time a #WorldSeries game has ever ended on an obstruction call. Ever. As in, never before. Crazy, crazy night.— Scott Miller (@ScottMCBS) October 27, 2013
In order to achieve a the proper perspective on what just happened, we'll need to turn to the incubator of high-minded reflection that is Twitter. So now let us dip deeper into media sociale and witness onlookers progressing from the coherent to the addled and back to the coherent again -- all because of the play you just saw ...
This is insane.— David Cameron (@DCameronFG) October 27, 2013
WHAT IS HAPPENING. CARDINALS DEVIL MAGIC IS HAPPENING.— Amanda Rykoff (@amandarykoff) October 27, 2013
What the ffffffffff— Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur) October 27, 2013
LOLOLOLOLOLOL BASEBALL HAM— Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) October 27, 2013
fdsagsdkgodjsaglkndsaklgdsjgdklsagjkdsaklgjdsklagjdslakgjdslkag— Eric Freeman (@freemaneric) October 27, 2013
David Ortiz is standing in the middle of the field with his hands on his hips. He isn't moving.— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) October 27, 2013
Now to the Department of Sick Burn, 3rd Floor ...
Cardinals official's observation: "maybe (the red sox) shouldn't throw to 3b." True, it's cost them 2 straight games.— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) October 27, 2013
BOSTON piss about the call.!! What u should be piss about is ""Y NDA HELL DID HE EVEN THROW THE BALL DOWN 2 3rd n the 1st place." dejavu— Nelly_Mo (@Nelly_Mo) October 27, 2013
Now let's check on the conspiracy fetishists ...
— STOP THE ILLUMINATI (@Illuminati_Stop) October 27, 2013
The official responses ...
Cardinals win on a walk-off obstruction call! Will Middlebrooks trips Allen coming off third base! Cardinals win 5-4!— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) October 27, 2013
FINAL: Cardinals 5, @RedSox 4— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) October 27, 2013
And finally, from the rule itself ...
Rule 7.06 > Infield Fly Rule. #winning— Rule 7.06 (@Rule706) October 27, 2013
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