The Houston Astros and Seattle Mariners reached the 13th inning last night. On the surface, there is nothing special about that fact. Unless you were paying attention to Twitter during the game which meant last night was a strange sliver of #WeirdBaseball.
The night began with the Rangers blowing a lead in the ninth inning and the gift of this very sad Rangers fan:
This may be a bit of an overreaction. Hopefully she just received unrelated terrible news. pic.twitter.com/PagdBGTa6f— Ben Rogers (@BenRogers) April 6, 2017
Another shot of Brian McCann and Evan Gattis (in that order if you were wondering)...
Don't talk to me or my son ever again.... pic.twitter.com/SO75a3mMz7— The Crawfish Boxes (@CrawfishBoxes) April 6, 2017
The game entered extra innings and #rallypups began:
And TCB’s own Max...
Here are a few other good ones...
Then the wooos started at the ballpark. Astros fans started the Ric Flair chant was heard loud and clear on the broadcast:
Who released Rick Flair in MMP?— The Crawfish Boxes (@CrawfishBoxes) April 6, 2017
Which apparently is a TCU baseball thing?
And this dancing fan came into our lives:
Shit goin off the rails over in Houston pic.twitter.com/vg7Rf2rmSe— Cespedes Family BBQ (@CespedesBBQ) April 6, 2017
Of course, George Springe ended the night with a home run.
Everyone is hyping up the Indians as the best team in the AL. Meanwhile the Astros are biding their time like pic.twitter.com/t8FqzzjCCa— Robert Breedlove (@Breedlovecam) April 6, 2017
And I end this madness of last night with the crown jewel of tweets that pulls it all together: