What Strange Way Is Game Five Going to End?
The MLB wanted to know, and Twitter had some predictions.
No doubt about it, this World Series has offered us some strange variations on ways a baseball game can end. Game Three concluded with an error. Game Four saw the first game-ending pickoff in playoff history. So with the World Series gods seemingly upping the absurdity ante with every passing day, the MLB had a question for its Twitter followers: “How will Game Five End?” What’s going to force that final out? Seriously, what on earth could top it? Does Bane have to make an entrance? Using the hashtag #HowGame5WillEnd, the funny folks of Twitter had some thoughts.
There were the traditional answers involving the invocation of a strange rule no one saw coming:
— travis rocha (@tcraggie2014) October 28, 2013
This one’s still hard to laugh at
Tuck rule #howgame5willend
— Edward Fitzpatrick (@FitzProv) October 28, 2013
The imagined scenarios grew increasingly unlikely
Big Papi throws a perfect bottom of the 13th. #howgame5willend
— Andrew C Gobeil (@andrewgobeil) October 28, 2013
Tomorrow’s game probably ends with a falcon catching ball in its beak and dropping it over fence for walkoff.
— Seth Meyers (@sethmeyers) October 28, 2013
Then things got really weird:
— Austin Lyons (@Lyons22) October 28, 2013
#HowGame5WillEnd Cardinals down to their last out get abducted by alien spacecraft, first game ever w/ extraterrestrial interference
— Drew Cataldo (@DrewCataldo) October 28, 2013
The Cubs will win the World Series #HowGame5WillEnd
— Total Cubs Move (@TotalCubsMove) October 28, 2013
Bruce Willis was a ghost the whole time #HowGame5WillEnd
— Matt Collins (@RedSox_Thoughts) October 28, 2013
But mostly, people just ragged on Stephen Drew.
Stephen Drew will get a hit, causing the world to implode #HowGame5WillEnd
— Olde Towne Team (@OldeTowneTeam) October 28, 2013
Stephen Drew hitting the baseball. #HowGame5WillEnd
— Ryan Hudson (@ry_hudson) October 28, 2013
— Jeremy Evanko (@JE7294) October 28, 2013