The World Series Game last night was the longest game in World Series history lasting until the 18th inning before the Dodger’s Max Muncy ended it with a home run. When a game goes that long, it gives fans plenty of time to comment via Twitter on the historic game. Apparently, with the game going basically forever, it brought out the Twitterverse’s ‘A’ game. Here are a few examples.
A Love Story:
What a story. Max Muncy's parents met in the third inning of this game, fell in love, got married, had a family, and watched their boy grow up and become a #WorldSeries hero!
— Joe Sheehan (@joe_sheehan) October 27, 2018
Let’s do a time comparison:
Length of games. 👇
Game 1- 1:33
Game 2- 1:27
Game 3- 2:01
Game 4- 2:04
Game 3: 7:20
Yep. That game took longer than the entire 1939 World Series. I love it. 😂😂😁😁⚾🤓
— Johnsense 😈☯😇 (@Johnsense38) October 27, 2018
Here’s a relevant video game reference:
— Robert Flores (@RoFlo) October 27, 2018
And time passes and passes, and passes:
— Dylan (@DylansRawTake) October 27, 2018
And passes some more:
— Loni Love (@LoniLove) October 27, 2018
Lack of sleep
— Maya Segal (@_mayasegal) October 27, 2018
Sleep? Who needs sleep?
— El Paso Chihuahuas (@epchihuahuas) October 27, 2018
A pop culture marriage reference:
This game lasted longer than Kim Kardashian's marriage to Kris Humpries #WorldSeries
— Kevin John (@heykevinjohn) October 27, 2018
And it went on and on and on, kind of like the game last night. Not to worry though sports fans…game four starts in a few hours…or is it game five, considering last nights game was two games long. Were you one of those brave souls who stayed up for the entire game? If so you deserve the iron man award. If not, hey…at least you’re well rested. Share your stories with us at GVNation.
I am a 50 something child of the 70’s who admits to being a Star Trek/Star Wars/Comic Book junkie who once dove head first over a cliff (Ok, it was a small hill) to try to rescue his Fantastic Four comic from a watery grave. I am married to a lovely woman who is as crazy as I am and the proud parent of a 15 year old boy with autism. My wife and son are my real heroes.