3 Non Baseball Things That Stole Game 5
The 2019 World Series has been great. Every single road team has won so far in the Fall Classic-- there has never been a World Series where the home team lost every single game.
Game 5 had it's share of moments on the baseball diamond, including 3 Houston Astros home runs, but the most important was the 3 things that had little to nothing to do with baseball. Take a look at these...
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES GOT BOOED BY THE WASHINGTON NATIONALS CROWD.
Donald Trump was in attendance for the game and when the crowd of 40,000 plus so the Commander In Chief on the jumbotron, they booed him. And then followed that up with a chant, "LOCK HIM UP!" The POTUS did not react well when he realized he was getting booed.
MAN USES HIS BELLY TO CATCH/DEFLECT HOME RUN BALL INSTEAD OF DROP HIS DOUBLE FISTED BEERS
During the second inning of the series game at Washington’s Nationals Park, Nats fan Jeff Adams used his chest to deflect Yordan Alsonso's home run instead of dropping his Bud Light aluminum cans. He set down the drinks and picked up the ball all the while never spilling a drop of suds.
Now Bud Light wants to honor Jeff Adams. According to Darren Rovell, the media value was $7.2 million dollars.
FINALLY, 2 LADIES LOOKING TO PUSH THEIR ONLINE MAGAZINE FLASHED GERRIT COLE ON NATIONAL TELEVISION AND GOT LIFETIME BANS FROM THE MLB.
Twitter and Instgram personalities, Julia Rose and Lauren Summer, made it on national TV and flashed their boos to the camera. Rose and Summer are the founders and brand managers for ShagMag said they did it to raise breast cancer awareness.
Unfortunately, they got banned for life from Major League Baseball games. In a lighter note, they don't care.
The World Series has been great and will continue to be so but Sunday night made missing Max Scherzer on the mound still a must see TV.